(Prime Members) Lenovo FLEX 10 10.1-Inch Multimode Touchscreen Notebook (Intel Celeron N2840 2.16 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 320 GB HDD, WLAN, Windows 8.1) £129 @ Amazon
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(Prime Members) Lenovo FLEX 10 10.1-Inch Multimode Touchscreen Notebook (Intel Celeron N2840 2.16 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 320 GB HDD, WLAN, Windows 8.1) £129 @ Amazon

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Found 15th Jul 2015
Dual-mode - instantly switch between Laptop and Stand modes
Lenovo VeriFace Pro face recognition software for fast and secure login
Greater accuracy and ease-of-use with a 10-point multitouch display, optimised for Windows 8
AccuType keyboard with individual rounded keys for comfortable and accurate typing
Lenovo Energy Manager protects the long-term durability of the battery and uses advanced energy-saving technology to increase time spent between charges

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Seems like a good price for a backup laptop or something for just using in the bedroom or living room.

Thankfully Parcelforce couldn't be bothered delivering the one I ordered from Argos outlet on eBay yesterday and have emailed em to tell em I don't want it so bought one of these instead n will be refusing delivery of the other one if they try to actually deliver it at some point if it isn't too much trouble for them...

Why is this expired? It's still there at that price... You just click 'deal of the day' and it comes up that price xx

mazziem28

Why is this expired? It's still there at that price... You just click … Why is this expired? It's still there at that price... You just click 'deal of the day' and it comes up that price xx



​Yup, available all day or until you buy one. Unexpire!

This or a Lenovo miix 3?

£10 cheaper than the recent Argos refurb deal. Bit too small to be my main device but ordered one to use netbook style for browsing, viewing media etc. Ideal for travelling and holidays etc. Swapping out the conventional HDD for a much faster SSD is not difficult, which will speed things up significantly. It may void the warranty but at this price I'm not too bothered.

looks like something the kids can play frisbee with

topazz

£10 cheaper than the recent Argos refurb deal. Bit too small to be my … £10 cheaper than the recent Argos refurb deal. Bit too small to be my main device but ordered one to use netbook style for browsing, viewing media etc. Ideal for travelling and holidays etc. Swapping out the conventional HDD for a much faster SSD is not difficult, which will speed things up significantly. It may void the warranty but at this price I'm not too bothered.



​It's not only cheaper but also a better spec than the argos one.

topazz

£10 cheaper than the recent Argos refurb deal. Bit too small to be my … £10 cheaper than the recent Argos refurb deal. Bit too small to be my main device but ordered one to use netbook style for browsing, viewing media etc. Ideal for travelling and holidays etc. Swapping out the conventional HDD for a much faster SSD is not difficult, which will speed things up significantly. It may void the warranty but at this price I'm not too bothered.




I thought was no way to access the HDD on these? I may be wrong.

JHL

I thought was no way to access the HDD on these? I may be wrong.



Look at this youtube video here CLICK HERE. Also google it to find lots of user forum threads discussing how to do it. The physical installation appears quite straight forward. The tricky bit may be cloning The 'Win 8.1 with Bing' to work on the new SSD but there's plenty advice out there. I'm no expert but i'm going to give it a go as the benefits are worth the effort.

I'm a novice wanting to buy a tablet/laptop for my even more novice husband! I'd be grateful for advice as to whether this would be suitable for a birthday present. He just does the following: email, surf the web and shop a little, Internet banking, use MS Word and PowerPoint. He occasionally uses Iplayer to watch TV programmes he missed (we also have Amazon prime but usually watch moves via a fire stick on our TV). He does not download music or play games. Any advice appreciated.

Nenen

I'm a novice wanting to buy a tablet/laptop for my even more novice … I'm a novice wanting to buy a tablet/laptop for my even more novice husband! I'd be grateful for advice as to whether this would be suitable for a birthday present. He just does the following: email, surf the web and shop a little, Internet banking, use MS Word and PowerPoint. He occasionally uses Iplayer to watch TV programmes he missed (we also have Amazon prime but usually watch moves via a fire stick on our TV). He does not download music or play games. Any advice appreciated.



This machine is more than sufficient to complete those everyday tasks
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