Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 13.3" Core M, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Quad HD, £799 (£999 - £200 Cashback) Potentially £725 on O2 Priority @ Currys/PC World
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Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 13.3" Core M, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Quad HD, £799 (£999 - £200 Cashback) Potentially £725 on O2 Priority @ Currys/PC World

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Found 17th May 2015
Looks like a good deal in comparison to some of the other Core-M offerings i.e. The New Macbook.

Lenovo's latest from the yoga range, with the precision made hinge (looks like a premium watchband) The colour available is the orange and black version

Specs:
- Intel® Core™ M-5Y70 Processor
- 8GB RAM
- 256GB
- Quad HD 3200 x 1800 Resolution
- Touch Screen
- Up to 9 hours battery life

On the site are the details about the £200 cashback. That makes it £799.99 (instore and online) The cashback is directly from Lenovo offer ends 22/6/2015

* O2 Priority can only be used in store! *
If you're on O2 then you can make use of the £75 off £1000 spend. So I guess buy something really cheap that is like £1 or on special. That would bring the price when paying down to £925, then after cashback is £725.

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Looks like a good find, on a technical level I can't understand why Lenovo have designed a laptop with such a high resolution screen. My TV is 32 inches and is a lowly 1920 x 1080! Seems like overkill on 13 inch screen, or am I missing something?

JTW8W

Looks like a good find, on a technical level I can't understand why … Looks like a good find, on a technical level I can't understand why Lenovo have designed a laptop with such a high resolution screen. My TV is 32 inches and is a lowly 1920 x 1080! Seems like overkill on 13 inch screen, or am I missing something?


Yes you sit much closer to a laptop screen.

People paid lot of money for this model after Christmas, like 1299£
They must be angry if found out these deals .

I would recommend spectre x360 over this laptop but all down to preference £900 for similar specs with i5 5200u and has 9 hours battery compared to lenovo 6 hour battery life test (http://www.laptopmag.com/reviews/laptops/hp-spectre-x360-13t).

very.co.uk/hp-…Aew
Edited by: "questiontime102" 17th May 2015

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questiontime102

I would recommend spectre x360 over this laptop but all down to … I would recommend spectre x360 over this laptop but all down to preference £900 for similar specs with i5 5200u and has 9 hours battery compared to lenovo 6 hour battery life test (http://www.laptopmag.com/reviews/laptops/hp-spectre-x360-13t).http://www.very.co.uk/hp-spectre-x360-13-4001na-intelreg-coretrade-i5-processor-4gb-ram-256gd-ssd-storage-wi-fi-133-inch-touchscreen-2-in1-laptop/1458132712.prd?aff=google&affsrc=acquisition&cm_mmc=google-_-PLA+-+Electricals-_-Electricals+-+Computers+-+Laptops-_-_63938667418&k_clickid=3cfa11fd-ed1f-431d-97df-229a68fe75f2&kpid=16967440&gclid=CP_j0P-SycUCFSnMtAods2kAew



I actually agree with you on this, the spectre x360 is fully metal to. But posted the deal because its a potential £275 saving - and its not easy to save £275 these days. I still think that the laptop is still on the very high end though. Unless one needs a laptop for high end graphic tasks, then the spectre is better suited for them.

mikhaelnaidoo

I actually agree with you on this, the spectre x360 is fully metal to. … I actually agree with you on this, the spectre x360 is fully metal to. But posted the deal because its a potential £275 saving - and its not easy to save £275 these days. I still think that the laptop is still on the very high end though. Unless one needs a laptop for high end graphic tasks, then the spectre is better suited for them.



The downer with the x360 is that it's pretty heavy for what it is - almost 1.5kg. That's a bit of a lump for a supposedly thin/light 13.3" ultrabook. The YP3 feels like a feather in comparison as well as incredibly thin.

Unless you absolutely need a flippy touchscreen, I'd take the XPS13 over both of them. Currently £899 for the i5/8gb/256ssd version.

dell.com/uk/…/pd
Edited by: "Picard123" 17th May 2015

Have called Lenovo & Currys, cashback cannot be used in conjunction with o2 priority moment. It one or the other.

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dealslenovo

Have called Lenovo & Currys, cashback cannot be used in conjunction with … Have called Lenovo & Currys, cashback cannot be used in conjunction with o2 priority moment. It one or the other.



Well you still get it for £799. Alternatively you could still benefit from getting something for £75 for free since you're spending £999.99, buy something worth £75 which would make it £1074.99 and get £75 off with o2 priority - in this case you didn't get anything off the price of the laptop and paid the full £999 for it which means Lenovo didn't lose anything extra. Win win?!
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