Lenovo V110 Laptop. i5-7200u 128gb SSD  4GB  Wn 10 £368.99 @ ebuyer
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Lenovo V110 Laptop. i5-7200u 128gb SSD 4GB Wn 10 £368.99 @ ebuyer

£368.99Ebuyer Deals
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Edited by:"Jocky.Balboa"Found 23rd Oct
Seems to be a pretty good deal considering the 7th Gen i5 and ssd.

Screen resolution only downside

Processor

  • Intel Core i5-7200U 2.5GHz
  • Turbo boost up to 3.1GHz
  • 3MB cache
  • Dual Core
Memory

  • 4GB soldered RAM (onboard)
  • 1 x DDR4 2133MHz SO-DIMM slot (free)
Hard drive

  • 128GB SSD
Optical Drive

  • DVD burner
Software

  • Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64bit
Display

  • 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal LED-backlit, Anti Glare
  • Resolution: 1366 x 768
Graphics

  • Intel HD
Audio

  • Dolby Audio
  • Speaker , microphone
Input Devices

  • Touchpad and keyboard
Networking

  • Wireless: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165
  • Bluetooth 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
  • LAN: 10/100 Ethernet
Power Supply

  • Input: 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz
  • Output voltage: 20 V DC
  • Power: 45/65 W
  • Li-Ion Battery
Dimensions

  • Width 38 cm
  • Depth 26.2 cm
  • Height 2.29 cm
  • Weight 2.1 kg
Interfaces

  • 1 x USB 3.0
  • 1 x USB 2.0
  • 1 x HDMI™
  • 1 x RJ-45
  • Combo Microphone and Headphone Port
Expansion

  • 4in1 card reader (SD Card, MultiMediaCard, SDHC Card, SDXC Card)
Warranty / Misc

  • 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • 0.3MP Camera

Top comments

I have been looking to buy a laptop now for the past month or so. It's always tough knowing when to pull the trigger and over the years I've missed out on some great deals. I've also had some amazing ones, but what is it with this recent elitist group of people over tech these days.

I have an Acer Aspire 5733, bought in 2011, it has no SSD, has 2gb of RAM, runs windows 10 fine, and has a 720p screen. Yet for some reason people seem to think 2gb of RAM isn't enough, that it won't run Windows 10.

That a 720p screen is a blurred mess, and that standard HDD will take hours to load. It doest, and the screen is fine ( I have a 4k OLED TV so I know about resolution ).

Honestly if you're in the market for a new laptop and ones comes up cheap, pull the trigger if YOU think it's a good deal, otherwise you'll leave it to late.

Yes the majority of people on here are here to help, and some great advice is given, but there's the small minority who seem to hang around the tech section that just nit pick everything on every single post.

Original Poster

Hardawan6 m ago

Laptop with no full hd is always cold for me as i can not stand less than …Laptop with no full hd is always cold for me as i can not stand less than full hd for laptop screen so its cold for me sorry


No worries. Was wondering when the Full HD crowd would arrive.
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Crossbow1 m ago

£30+ cheaper here but voted cold...Decent Lenovo laptop Lenovo V110 …£30+ cheaper here but voted cold...Decent Lenovo laptop Lenovo V110 £334.91 @ SaveOnLaptops




That's not the same laptop. Fail!!!

Laptop with no full hd is always cold for me as i can not stand less than full hd for laptop screen so its cold for me sorry

Original Poster

Hardawan6 m ago

Laptop with no full hd is always cold for me as i can not stand less than …Laptop with no full hd is always cold for me as i can not stand less than full hd for laptop screen so its cold for me sorry


No worries. Was wondering when the Full HD crowd would arrive.

I have been looking to buy a laptop now for the past month or so. It's always tough knowing when to pull the trigger and over the years I've missed out on some great deals. I've also had some amazing ones, but what is it with this recent elitist group of people over tech these days.

I have an Acer Aspire 5733, bought in 2011, it has no SSD, has 2gb of RAM, runs windows 10 fine, and has a 720p screen. Yet for some reason people seem to think 2gb of RAM isn't enough, that it won't run Windows 10.

That a 720p screen is a blurred mess, and that standard HDD will take hours to load. It doest, and the screen is fine ( I have a 4k OLED TV so I know about resolution ).

Honestly if you're in the market for a new laptop and ones comes up cheap, pull the trigger if YOU think it's a good deal, otherwise you'll leave it to late.

Yes the majority of people on here are here to help, and some great advice is given, but there's the small minority who seem to hang around the tech section that just nit pick everything on every single post.

Original Poster

pelaquin4 m ago

I have been looking to buy a laptop now for the past month or so. It's …I have been looking to buy a laptop now for the past month or so. It's always tough knowing when to pull the trigger and over the years I've missed out on some great deals. I've also had some amazing ones, but what is it with this recent elitist group of people over tech these days.I have an Acer Aspire 5733, bought in 2011, it has no SSD, has 2gb of RAM, runs windows 10 fine, and has a 720p screen. Yet for some reason people seem to think 2gb of RAM isn't enough, that it won't run Windows 10.That a 720p screen is a blurred mess, and that standard HDD will take hours to load. It doest, and the screen is fine ( I have a 4k OLED TV so I know about resolution ).Honestly if you're in the market for a new laptop and ones comes up cheap, pull the trigger if YOU think it's a good deal, otherwise you'll leave it to late.Yes the majority of people on here are here to help, and some great advice is given, but there's the small minority who seem to hang around the tech section that just nit pick everything on every single post.


My thoughts exactly. Bravo!

I got this for a relative, nippy performance, 4gb fine for daily chores, screen ok if you can live with the resolution, was surprised the mono speaker was mounted on the bottom and sounds worse than any smartphone let alone laptop.

But for a decent performance for a person that knows nothing of screen resolution then this is fine.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 23rd Oct

I am looking to buy a laptop for my child. For similar sort of budget. But confused whether to get this sort of laptop or just get a cheap Chromebook like the rx11. Have never used a Chromebook but a colleague swears by them and has one himself and a few for his kids. Was looking for more feedback on why I've should go for a cheap laptop instead of a Chromebook

It's not the starship USS Enterprise - so obviously cold. No transporters. I want transporters for £400!

Jocky.Balboa58 m ago

No worries. Was wondering when the Full HD crowd would arrive.

They'll always come along quickly - they get really quite vocal about it too

I'm guessing the onboard graphics won't cut the mustard as a games machine?

  • Resolution: 1366 x 768

Fine for a 11.6" laptop but a ridiculous resolution for a 15.6" in 2017. Crappy TN panel as well.

Brick like 2.5kg weight inc charger.

Crappy battery life. Spongey keyboard. Rubbish trackpad.

COLD.
Edited by: "Picard123" 23rd Oct

Can someone find a laptop with similar specs and price but with full hd screen?

pelaquin1 h, 57 m ago

Acer Aspire 5733, bought in 2011, it has no SSD, has 2gb of RAM, runs …Acer Aspire 5733, bought in 2011, it has no SSD, has 2gb of RAM, runs windows 10 fine, and has a 720p screen. Yet for some reason people seem to think 2gb of RAM isn't enough, that it won't run Windows 10.That a 720p screen is a blurred mess, and that standard HDD will take hours to load. It doest, and the screen is fine ( I have a 4k OLED TV so I know about resolution ).


It's not "fine" - it's crap for 2017.

You're just used to it that's all. It's not elitism, its reality. 7 years ago there's wasn't much of a choice (without paying megabucks), but the market has moved on MASSIVELY since then.

I hate to say it but your laptop is just a dog compared to any modern (and more cutting edge) laptop. Fine staying at home and browsing basic web pages, sending a few emails, and MS Word, but not for anything that's even remotely demanding, using it as a portable device, or media consumption.
Edited by: "Picard123" 24th Oct

bubblesmoney1 h, 38 m ago

I am looking to buy a laptop for my child. For similar sort of budget. But …I am looking to buy a laptop for my child. For similar sort of budget. But confused whether to get this sort of laptop or just get a cheap Chromebook like the rx11. Have never used a Chromebook but a colleague swears by them and has one himself and a few for his kids. Was looking for more feedback on why I've should go for a cheap laptop instead of a Chromebook


I have a Lenovo Yoga 710 (work) and an Acer Chromebook C14 and I can tell you that if I'm only browsing, skyping or doing anything not heavy on cpu/graphics, I grab the chromebook every time. It's obviously not for photo/video editing or gaming, but if it's for a child don't even think twice. Go for the chromebook (preferably one that has or is scheduled to have Google Play support, so you can run any Android app on it).

Hardawan6 h, 16 m ago

Laptop with no full hd is always cold for me as i can not stand less than …Laptop with no full hd is always cold for me as i can not stand less than full hd for laptop screen so its cold for me sorry


I wish there was a hot & cold button to vote on comments. Trust me, your comment would've been colder than Antartica in December!

Picard1234 h, 38 m ago

Resolution: 1366 x 768Fine for a 11.6" laptop but a ridiculous resolution …Resolution: 1366 x 768Fine for a 11.6" laptop but a ridiculous resolution for a 15.6" in 2017. Crappy TN panel as well.Brick like 2.5kg weight inc charger.Crappy battery life. Spongey keyboard. Rubbish trackpad.COLD.


I feel sorry for your partner (if you have one) or your future partner (if you can find one with the kind of whinging attitude you have, which every one on here can see). Stop complaining FFS! No one is forcing you to buy one or using your money to buy this, alright?

Hardawan23rd Oct

Laptop with no full hd is always cold for me as i can not stand less than …Laptop with no full hd is always cold for me as i can not stand less than full hd for laptop screen so its cold for me sorry


Don't buy it then? Ok?

I can't stand cold people like yourself, who can't post any good deals, yet always come along to make fun of other's deals. Please go & freeze in the Arctic!
Edited by: "no_Sunshine" 25th Oct

Mmm. Lots of good deal on at the moment... I picked up a barely used Lenovo 710s (i7, 256GB model) for £520, but starting to see that as a little on the expensive side with all these deals flying around.

128gb ssd? God thats just TIGHT

Original Poster

Picard1239 h, 43 m ago

Resolution: 1366 x 768Fine for a 11.6" laptop but a ridiculous resolution …Resolution: 1366 x 768Fine for a 11.6" laptop but a ridiculous resolution for a 15.6" in 2017. Crappy TN panel as well.Brick like 2.5kg weight inc charger.Crappy battery life. Spongey keyboard. Rubbish trackpad.COLD.

This is the last deal I will ever post thanks to you. So hurtful.

Jocky.Balboa14 m ago

This is the last deal I will ever post thanks to you. So hurtful.


It's a computer (and a crap one at that) - plastic and metal, not one of your children.

no_Sunshine5 h, 49 m ago

I feel sorry for your partner (if you have one) or your future partner (if …I feel sorry for your partner (if you have one) or your future partner (if you can find one with the kind of whinging attitude you have, which every one on here can see). Stop complaining FFS! No one is forcing you to buy one or using your money to buy this, alright?


The wife has a 2015 Macbook w/Retina (2304 x 1440).

She wouldn't buy a hulking big 15.6" laptop but with with only 1024x768 resolution. Not in 2017. Not when you can buy a laptop with 1080p IPS panel from £160 and upwards.

forums.lenovo.com/t5/…619

"just purchased a v110 151sk
the screen is appalling
the words are pixellated
images are blurred with really poor colouring
if you angle the screen just a couple of degrees out the image goes reraaly dark reall quickly."
Edited by: "Picard123" 24th Oct

no_Sunshine5 h, 45 m ago

I wish there was a hot & cold button to vote on comments. Trust me, your …I wish there was a hot & cold button to vote on comments. Trust me, your comment would've been colder than Antartica in December!


It wouldn't be cold because it would be spot on. The wholesale panel cost difference between a 1024x768 TN panel screen and a vastly superior 1080p IPS panel is about $10-15 to Lenovo, and yet they still dump old stock into their laptops? Why? Because they can get away with it because people like you don't know any better.

You probably still ride to work on a horse.

Picard12310 h, 44 m ago

It's not "fine" - it's crap for 2017. You're just used to it that's all. …It's not "fine" - it's crap for 2017. You're just used to it that's all. It's not elitism, its reality. 7 years ago there's wasn't much of a choice (without paying megabucks), but the market has moved on MASSIVELY since then.I hate to say it but your laptop is just a dog compared to any modern (and more cutting edge) laptop. Fine staying at home and browsing basic web pages, sending a few emails, and MS Word, but not for anything that's even remotely demanding, using it as a portable device, or media consumption.


You're absolutely right when you say:

"Fine staying at home and browsing basic web pages, sending a few emails, and MS Word, but not for anything that's even remotely demanding, using it as a portable device, or media consumption"

It's entirely likely the typical buyer of this will do exactly that and very little else.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 24th Oct

spannerzone1 m ago

And you're absolutely right when you say:"Fine staying at home and …And you're absolutely right when you say:"Fine staying at home and browsing basic web pages, sending a few emails, and MS Word, but not for anything that's even remotely demanding, using it as a portable device, or media consumption"It's entirely likely that the typical buyer of this will do exactly that and very little else.


What's the "typical buyer of this"?

Picard1235 m ago

What's the "typical buyer of this"?



I'd say somene that will browse the web, write some emails, facebook, maybe watch some youtube or iplayer, and clearly someone that doesn't know about screen resolutions otherwise they'd avoid it.

anyway we're just going around in circles like the last deal, let's accept you hate these deals and vote cold and I might vote hot.

spannerzone55 m ago

I'd say somene that will browse the web, write some emails, facebook, …I'd say somene that will browse the web, write some emails, facebook, maybe watch some youtube or iplayer, and clearly someone that doesn't know about screen resolutions otherwise they'd avoid it.


If that's the usage profile, they'd be better off buying something like the EZBook 3 Pro and saving £200...

Buying something like this is like a buying 4x4 with V6 petrol engine to go to the City Centre shops and navigate the densely packed multi-storey.

The choice of laptop should be based on the buyer's specific usage profile. Unlike say 10 years ago, there's enough choice at every price point these days for people not to have to put up with a hulking big laptop that isn't ideal for their usage profile.
Edited by: "Picard123" 24th Oct

no eyes should have to look at this screen resolution

Original Poster

fiqqer57 m ago

no eyes should have to look at this screen resolution

No eyes should have to look at your comment

Jocky.Balboa5 h, 33 m ago

This is the last deal I will ever post thanks to you. So hurtful.


There there, don't let some silly troll bring you down. I find your deal to be really good & the 317 degrees of heat suggest many others do too. So, cheer up & please keep posting good deals like this & pay no attention to silly buggers!

Ps. Go through this guy (Picard's) old deals & you'd be laughing your back side off. Full of non-branded, non-hd, cheap, plasticy laptop & other deals - Now that's what's called hypocrisy!!

Some examples:32303152-b2qSc.jpg

Jocky.Balboa4 h, 26 m ago

No eyes should have to look at your comment



My comment is not about your deal - it is a good deal - it is about screen resolutions of cheap laptops in general.

10 years ago the resolution may have been fine - I have ancient old IBM T42 and 43 computers with this resolution. There is absolutely no excuse to produce laptops with these resolutions. What is the price difference of a HD screen to manufacture - £5?. And its not as if this is old stock. new laptops are being produced with these resolutions. They should not be allowed to get away with it.

no_Sunshine2 h, 44 m ago

There there, don't let some silly troll bring you down. I find your deal …There there, don't let some silly troll bring you down. I find your deal to be really good & the 317 degrees of heat suggest many others do too. So, cheer up & please keep posting good deals like this & pay no attention to silly buggers!Ps. Go through this guy (Picard's) old deals & you'd be laughing your back side off. Full of non-branded, non-hd, cheap, plasticy laptop & other deals - Now that's what's called hypocrisy!!Some examples:[Image]



The EZB Pro 3 is an all aluminium build, not plastic (like this Lenovo), so you clearly don't have a clue what you're talking about. They also have full HD 1080p IPS screens so you're wrong on that as well. Those screens blow the crappy 1024x768 fuzzy TN Panel in this Lenovo out of the water and demonstrate how much of a rip of it is Lenovo dumping some ancient low-res fuzzy panel onto consumers who don't know any better. You really don't have any clue about laptops in 2017. You seem to be stuck in 1985 when it comes to technology and you still probably ride to work on a horse!

Look at the Gearbest stereo tat with crap sound quality and dodgy screen that you posted only the only the other day would be great in your XR3i but not in anyone else car!

hotukdeals.com/dea…240

Or the crappy quality £259 49" flat screen TV you posted earlier. Your eyes will be shot to pieces after watching TV on that piece of garbage!

hotukdeals.com/dea…703

Or the even worse £17 "Full HD camera" from Gearbest.

hotukdeals.com/dea…238

You Sir, are the pedlar of utter tat with no understanding of laptops!
Edited by: "Picard123" 24th Oct

fiqqer18 m ago

My comment is not about your deal - it is a good deal - it is about screen …My comment is not about your deal - it is a good deal - it is about screen resolutions of cheap laptops in general. 10 years ago the resolution may have been fine - I have ancient old IBM T42 and 43 computers with this resolution. There is absolutely no excuse to produce laptops with these resolutions. What is the price difference of a HD screen to manufacture - £5?. And its not as if this is old stock. new laptops are being produced with these resolutions. They should not be allowed to get away with it.


Someone who actually knows what they're talking about and understands the technology market!

Original Poster

Picard1239 m ago

Someone who actually knows what they're talking about and understands the …Someone who actually knows what they're talking about and understands the technology market!

Unlike you.

Jocky.Balboa6 m ago

Unlike you.


You're just sour that you've posted a deal for a laptop with a junk screen, crap battery life etc.

Picard1234 h, 59 m ago

You're just sour that you've posted a deal for a laptop with a junk …You're just sour that you've posted a deal for a laptop with a junk screen, crap battery life etc.


Sore or sour?

Picard1235 h, 40 m ago

The EZB Pro 3 is an all aluminium build, not plastic (like this … The EZB Pro 3 is an all aluminium build, not plastic (like this Lenovo), so you clearly don't have a clue what you're talking about. They also have full HD 1080p IPS screens so you're wrong on that as well. Those screens blow the crappy 1024x768 fuzzy TN Panel in this Lenovo out of the water and demonstrate how much of a rip of it is Lenovo dumping some ancient low-res fuzzy panel onto consumers who don't know any better. You really don't have any clue about laptops in 2017. You seem to be stuck in 1985 when it comes to technology and you still probably ride to work on a horse!Look at the Gearbest stereo tat with crap sound quality and dodgy screen that you posted only the only the other day would be great in your XR3i but not in anyone else car! https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/7-touchscreen-car-audiovideo-media-player-with-reversing-camera-bluetooth-usb-mic-3820-gearbest-2816240Or the crappy quality £259 49" flat screen TV you posted earlier. Your eyes will be shot to pieces after watching TV on that piece of garbage!https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/blaupunkt-49-full-hd-smart-led-tv-259-instore-tesco-aldershot-2816703Or the even worse £17 "Full HD camera" from Gearbest.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/car-wifi-mini-dvr-full-hd-camera-1757-gearbest-2816238You Sir, are the pedlar of utter tat with no understanding of laptops!


Were these not so long ago, non-hd, refurbished products - posted by you, the high class, full hd freak?
32305994-QxESf.jpg

Wow. Spirited debate! I can recall the days of 600 x 480 vga displays and when 800 x 600 svga came in these debates raged then! Times have moved on and people have to make choices based on their needs and budget. I drive a Mercedes Estate not a Trebant or a Ferrari. I have ordered one as I will not be using it for more than people suggest it should be used for. Thank you for the post.
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