Pc Specialist Lafite II 13.3" Full HD - intel i7, 250GB SSD -  £599
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Pc Specialist Lafite II 13.3" Full HD - intel i7, 250GB SSD - £599

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Found 13th Jan 2016
Special offer for clicking through a review link from techRadar

Spec is:

Intel® Core™ i7 Dual Core Processor i7-6500U (2.50GHz, 3.1GHz Turbo)
8GB Ram
INTEL® HD GRAPHICS 510 [Pentium] | INTEL® HD GRAPHICS 520 [Core™]
250GB Samsung SSD drive
Backlit Keyboard
Windows 10

Full review here
techradar.com/rev…w/1
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Strange, why the battery is so short for an Ultrabook???
May as well save 40 and get the 5th gen Intel almost same performance single channel graphics memory make this a no for me
antonywhite37

May as well save 40 and get the 5th gen Intel almost same performance … May as well save 40 and get the 5th gen Intel almost same performance single channel graphics memory make this a no for me



You can't customise the CPU with the 5th gen anymore by the looks of it
drasim

You can't customise the CPU with the 5th gen anymore by the looks of it


you can if you are making your own but as its a review model its fixed
if you spec your own with i5 its 582
speccing the review spec gives 661 so a little less than 10% off really


Edited by: "brilly" 14th Jan 2016
drasim

You can't customise the CPU with the 5th gen anymore by the looks of it


urg lost my reply

as its a review model you cant change the spec

you can customise your own though, if you create spec of op its 661 - with i5 its 582
so saving a little under 10% buying through this link
Got the missus one of these for xmas. Couldn't find an i7, 8gb ram, 256 gb ssd ultrabook for less at the time. Nice screen, backlit keys. Thin and light. Can't fault it.

Was pleasantly surprised to find it plays Diablo 3 on low. 50-70 fps at 1200x720. and just about holds 30fps at 1920x1080.

Battery only lasts about 2 hours on Diablo but 10-11 hours working/browsing.
brilly

urg lost my replyas its a review model you cant change the specyou can … urg lost my replyas its a review model you cant change the specyou can customise your own though, if you create spec of op its 661 - with i5 its 582so saving a little under 10% buying through this link



Apologies, when I said 5th gen I was referring to the original Lafite (which I think anthonywhite37 was referring to)
The CPU was customisable until recently, and now it only has the option of Pentium
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