LENOVO IP 320s-14IKB 14" i3 Laptop - Grey *FHD* 4GB RAM 128GB SSD @ Currys eBay @ £329.99 + 5% Quidco
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LENOVO IP 320s-14IKB 14" i3 Laptop - Grey *FHD* 4GB RAM 128GB SSD @ Currys eBay @ £329.99 + 5% Quidco

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Found 9th MarEdited by:"RiverDragon8"
  • Windows 10
  • Intel® Core™ i3-7100U Processor
  • RAM: 4 GB / Storage: 128 GB SSD
  • Full HD display
  • Optical disc drive: No
  • Battery life: Up to 7 hours
  • Weight: 1.69 kg

Online Purchase via eBay 5% cashback. So potentially £313.50 + 330 nectar points.
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Looks like a good deal IMO. SSD, 7th Gen i3, Full HD, TCB, PayPal protection and free returns if its turns out to be crap. Voted hot
Of course I appreciate the benefits of an SSD but I can't help wondering how limiting 128Gb of storage would be. I suppose I'm like loads of people who fill up their hard disks with photos, music, etc. I know, I know, cloud storage, dropbox, external drive and the like... but all of those options seem like just adding more hassle.
SFJnet1 h, 9 m ago

Of course I appreciate the benefits of an SSD but I can't help wondering …Of course I appreciate the benefits of an SSD but I can't help wondering how limiting 128Gb of storage would be. I suppose I'm like loads of people who fill up their hard disks with photos, music, etc. I know, I know, cloud storage, dropbox, external drive and the like... but all of those options seem like just adding more hassle.


It's only a hassle if you make it a hassle, other people have no problems adding extra storage or using the cloud.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 9th Mar
SFJnet11 m ago

Of course I appreciate the benefits of an SSD but I can't help wondering …Of course I appreciate the benefits of an SSD but I can't help wondering how limiting 128Gb of storage would be. I suppose I'm like loads of people who fill up their hard disks with photos, music, etc. I know, I know, cloud storage, dropbox, external drive and the like... but all of those options seem like just adding more hassle.


I deliberately restrict myself to 128gb on a home drive to stop me hoarding and cluttering up a home drive - it forces me to be more organised and also share stuff between machines easily. It works for me, YMMV.

As a caveat I should say, i don't use windows, so i don't know how doable it is with that.
SFJnet18 m ago

Of course I appreciate the benefits of an SSD but I can't help wondering …Of course I appreciate the benefits of an SSD but I can't help wondering how limiting 128Gb of storage would be. I suppose I'm like loads of people who fill up their hard disks with photos, music, etc. I know, I know, cloud storage, dropbox, external drive and the like... but all of those options seem like just adding more hassle.


Straight forward trade off between speed (SSD) and capacity (HDD). Best solution is spend a bit more and get a laptop with both. Forced to chose one, unless i needed the capacity for data hungry applications, i'd go for speed as once you've experienced an SSD, you won't want to go back. Should be doing external backups of valuable data anyway. Not doing so is waiting for Sod's law to happen.

Decent deal BTW considering the Full HD screen.
Bought this laptop recently for a relative to use for document editing, odd bit of web browsing and it’s a nice little machine. Could probably use something similar myself. Regarding the 128gb SSD. That’s down to about 100gb useable on a vanilla system with just windows installed.
topazz5 h, 8 m ago

Straight forward trade off between speed (SSD) and capacity (HDD). Best …Straight forward trade off between speed (SSD) and capacity (HDD). Best solution is spend a bit more and get a laptop with both. Forced to chose one, unless i needed the capacity for data hungry applications, i'd go for speed as once you've experienced an SSD, you won't want to go back. Should be doing external backups of valuable data anyway. Not doing so is waiting for Sod's law to happen. Decent deal BTW considering the Full HD screen.


33407146-zwn64.jpgYou can have both HDD and M.2 SSD. Lenovo ideapad manual p36.
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Just buy a 1TB 2.5'' HDD if you need extra storage.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 9th Mar
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