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LENOVO IdeaPad S340 14" AMD Ryzen 7 3700U Laptop RAM: 8 GB 512 GB SSD, Grey £449.99
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LENOVO IdeaPad S340 14" AMD Ryzen 7 3700U Laptop RAM: 8 GB 512 GB SSD, Grey £449.99

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Posted 4th Dec 2019

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AMD Ryzen 7 3700U Processor
RAM: 8 GB
Storage: 512 GB SSD
Full HD display
Win 10s
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Will never get the TN hate on this websites. Yes they aren't the best but they aren't as bad as people make them out to be. No one sits at an angle most of the time while using a laptop.

£449 for a Ryzen 7 3700U is already a crazy deal. A spacey SSD and this is a really sweet deal. Easily the most value laptop I've seen at this price, even at full price.
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IPS panel?
Scott_Land04/12/2019 16:30

It is the same screen as …It is the same screen as https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-ideapad-s340-14-windows-10-laptop-amd-ryzen-5-3500u-8gb-256gb-ssd-32499-delivered-using-code-at-ebaylaptop-outlet-3355697 this deal with is a TN panel.


TN = Cold
Who told you this is the best deal?
Not a good deal if you will be staring at a TN screen all the time. May be ok for college but not for home users as much.
Will never get the TN hate on this websites. Yes they aren't the best but they aren't as bad as people make them out to be. No one sits at an angle most of the time while using a laptop.

£449 for a Ryzen 7 3700U is already a crazy deal. A spacey SSD and this is a really sweet deal. Easily the most value laptop I've seen at this price, even at full price.
Jacinto_Fernandes04/12/2019 18:26

Will never get the TN hate on this websites. Yes they aren't the best but …Will never get the TN hate on this websites. Yes they aren't the best but they aren't as bad as people make them out to be. No one sits at an angle most of the time while using a laptop.£449 for a Ryzen 7 3700U is already a crazy deal. A spacey SSD and this is a really sweet deal. Easily the most value laptop I've seen at this price, even at full price.


Would you say this laptop is good for an engineering student(CAD and programming)? Would a TN panel be much of an issue?
mangekyoumusa04/12/2019 23:21

Would you say this laptop is good for an engineering student(CAD and …Would you say this laptop is good for an engineering student(CAD and programming)? Would a TN panel be much of an issue?


Not for programming. I don't think for cad either unless it includes colour sensitive work. A ryzen 3700U will be perfect for heavy applications like Cad. Will perform much better than a top of the line i7 too
Jacinto_Fernandes04/12/2019 18:26

Will never get the TN hate on this websites. Yes they aren't the best but …Will never get the TN hate on this websites. Yes they aren't the best but they aren't as bad as people make them out to be. No one sits at an angle most of the time while using a laptop.£449 for a Ryzen 7 3700U is already a crazy deal. A spacey SSD and this is a really sweet deal. Easily the most value laptop I've seen at this price, even at full price.


Hey Jacinto...

My budget for a new laptop was sub £400 and preferably toward £350.

But then since seeing most good buys more in the region of £425 I've started to consider spending a little more if it made real spec to price sense.

If I was to stretch to £450 it would have to be a great deal. Do you think this is pretty much as good as it gets for £450 then, despite the TN screen?

My usage is typically multiple browsers and tons of tabs, multiple spreadsheets/word docs open, football manager and watching videos etc. I use my current laptop a lot. So whilst my usage isn't necessarily intensive programs, due to the amount of stuff I keep open I would like decent processing power/ram. And with all of my TV type viewing done on a laptop I'm wondering what I should be considering other than TN vs IPS, say resolution and anything else.

Cheers!
ExpertFenceSitter07/12/2019 02:27

Hey Jacinto...My budget for a new laptop was sub £400 and preferably …Hey Jacinto...My budget for a new laptop was sub £400 and preferably toward £350. But then since seeing most good buys more in the region of £425 I've started to consider spending a little more if it made real spec to price sense. If I was to stretch to £450 it would have to be a great deal. Do you think this is pretty much as good as it gets for £450 then, despite the TN screen?My usage is typically multiple browsers and tons of tabs, multiple spreadsheets/word docs open, football manager and watching videos etc. I use my current laptop a lot. So whilst my usage isn't necessarily intensive programs, due to the amount of stuff I keep open I would like decent processing power/ram. And with all of my TV type viewing done on a laptop I'm wondering what I should be considering other than TN vs IPS, say resolution and anything else.Cheers!


I can confidently say this is the best laptop for the spec I've seen below £500. It's going to perform like a £600-700 laptop.

However if you would sacrifice the power and spec for better quality screen and build quality I would go down and find a ryzen 5 laptop with an IPS screen which you could find with a bit of hunting

In my experience I haven't had any issues with TN. Sure the viewing angles (say if the screen is at another angle, the colours can get weird) can be annoying but I have learnt to live with it.

For your use case, I would even go with a modern i3/Ryzen 3 CPU as long as it has 8GB of RAM and an SSD as these new modern chips perform plenty well and are even better than older high performance chips.

As long as you're going with an Intel i3/i5 8xxx/9xxx (model numbers, which you should find in the descriptions) and Ryzen 3/5 series should be what you should get in your budget.
ExpertFenceSitter07/12/2019 02:27

Hey Jacinto...My budget for a new laptop was sub £400 and preferably …Hey Jacinto...My budget for a new laptop was sub £400 and preferably toward £350. But then since seeing most good buys more in the region of £425 I've started to consider spending a little more if it made real spec to price sense. If I was to stretch to £450 it would have to be a great deal. Do you think this is pretty much as good as it gets for £450 then, despite the TN screen?My usage is typically multiple browsers and tons of tabs, multiple spreadsheets/word docs open, football manager and watching videos etc. I use my current laptop a lot. So whilst my usage isn't necessarily intensive programs, due to the amount of stuff I keep open I would like decent processing power/ram. And with all of my TV type viewing done on a laptop I'm wondering what I should be considering other than TN vs IPS, say resolution and anything else.Cheers!


To add to this, I found a few laptops that fit your budget and will be plenty powerful for you. These two laptops have the same spec however you're paying £75 for the IPS Screen

This has a TN Panel and costs £324 hotukdeals.com/dea…697

Someone in the comments made a video/photo series on what a TN Panel is like,
hotukdeals.com/com…258

Here is the same laptop spec + IPS Panel, also more storage which is pretty good. £399
hotukdeals.com/dea…494

So it's upto you, the TN panel is something you could get used to, or you could spend the extra cash on a better screen.
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