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Lenovo explorer mixed Reality headset and motion controllers - £199.99 @ Lenovo
Found 8th Dec 2018Found 8th Dec 2018
Not as good as the previous £150 deal. But this is the best price I've found since (apart from eBay sellers, who I presume bought from the last deal to sell on for a profit judging… Read more
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Just a small update on VR and Elite, they have recently updated it and and it is a lot smoothers to play, but the biggest updated seems to b that in VR, even on the Rift, you can now read the text, i fixed my Rift recently and gave ED another go and yeap, you can now read almost everything, there is the odd bit of really small text that you might need to lean towards in VR, but everything else is can now be read a lot better, so a big bonus here for all us VR users. :)


LOL ok.


That's y is not worth £199


That was a one off though wasn’t it ? A code which worked for a short time on BF.


I got this for £110 so don't buy at £199

Lenovo TAB 4 8 Plus Full HD IPS Tablet - (Sparkling White) (Qualcomm MSM8953 2 GHz, 3 GB RAM) - £129.99 @ Lenovo (Plus 6% Quidco)
Found 5th Dec 2018Found 5th Dec 2018
Fantastic tablet for the price. The black one is available for £10 more. Top features: - Impressive performance with room to add more storage - Full HD display provides images… Read more

It's a Christmas present for my daughter, so I'm looking for a girlie case. Preferably one with glitter, but no luck so far. (excited)


Thanks! did you order a case? which one?


I ordered mine on Wednesday and it's being delivered today, so you should be okay. (y)


How long did it take to arrive? Have ordered this morning, need it for wednesday I am cutting it fine :D


Does the case fit the Lenovo Tab 8 Plus? It says is for the ideatab 3? Also how long did the case take to come?

Moto G6 32GB (Dual-SIM) Deep Indigo @ Lenovo.com - £139.99
Found 5th Dec 2018Found 5th Dec 2018
Seems like a really good price for the G6.

Sold out and showing as £179 at the moment.




Advice please, Is this the same phone as John Lewis for 179£.


lol ! yes your right , i just realised that. "In short, the Moto G6 has a sharper screen, a higher-end build, a bit more power, an extra camera lens and potentially more storage than the Moto G6 Play, but its battery is smaller and it costs more, while the screen size, software and general look of the phonesis similar or identical. "


At this price, an absolute steal for a budget phone that is powerful enough for all the everyday smartphone tasks barring any heavy gaming. Won't get a better camera on a phone for this price too and the speakers are surprisingly loud & quite good. I'm using the G6 Plus but there's not that much of difference for the now bigger price difference. Barring that the G6 Plus is 64 bit, which this isn't, which lets me run the modded Pixel camera app without worries.

Best Deals for Light 2 in 1 Laptops Compilation from £599 to £1579, Specs range from i5 8GB RAM 256GB SSD to i7 16GB RAM 1TB SSD
Found 25th Nov 2018Found 25th Nov 2018
For items being sold at HP use code SAVE15 For items being sold at Dell use code BLACK15 except for Inspiron 13 7386 with i5 - use code BLACK12 For AO.com orders use c… Read more

Great thread. OP, can you please update this list to reflect post boxing day/new year prices?


The aim was to get thin and light laptops that weren't too heavy to be actually used in tablet mode and carried around one handed, with decent build quality (preference for all metal chassis). SSD was a must, with NVME PCIE preffered (as they are the fastest). I was also looking for a quad core processor (i5 at least or AMD equivalent) and 8GB of RAM as I feel anything lower can get laggy under slightly heavy loads. They also seem to provide the best bang for your buck; especially the i5. I don't know what specs the yoga 310 has but I feel sure that I would be making too many compromises for my taste.


Why only from £600? I was looking for an affordable convertible and bought a Yoga 310 for £199.


Great effort. Thank you and heat added.


I've got a Surface Pro 4 i5 - would some of these in the 600-700 region be a viable upgrade? Obviously the 8gb RAM would be worthwhile and the dedicated graphics on the HP would be useful but would it be a step down in build quality, screen etc over my SP4?

Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges £99.99 @ Lenovo
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
I've been keeping my eye out for a decent price for these and now they've introduced local multiplayer lightsaber battles. Multiplayer bundle (basically 2 separate boxes) can also… Read more
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Back to £99.99


Updated. Thanks for the heads up. :)


The single player edition has dropped to £79.99 now. Must have been people complaining about the American deal lol.


Nice. Ordering the multiplayer pack made them £75 each for me but much better offer for a single unit if you only want one!


There should be a section at the bottom of the description page with a list of compatible phones! If it isn't on there you could always contact them and ask!

L24q-10 - 23.8" Quad HD IPS Monitor £129.99 direct from Lenovo
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Great price direct from Lenovo. Best price previously was £139.99 from Currys.

You can tweak the RGB levels when selecting the relevant menu options combination. Once you set it to the levels you want, and then turn it off at the end of the day, it's got the annoying foible of not storing your customised set-up. I have to say, for the £130 - I'm reasonably chuffed with it. It's consumer as opposed to a prosumer monitor. Factor in another £7 to £10 for a DP cable that they chose to not include in the box (they provide it only with an HDMI cable). Brightness & contrast need adjusting, it's quite punchy out of the box. I think it would be fine as an inexpensive photo editing monitor.


Do you know it will be good for photo editing? Apparently it has 99% (some say 100%) sRGB coverage?


3 years warranty according to a screen shot of the same model displayed on Amazon.co.uk where the guy that posted a review indicating it was available for £98 back on the 13th July '18, although camelx3 and keepa.com haven't got any reference to that pricepoint.I bought one yesterday, it's on its way for delivery on Monday. I'm keeping the screenshot as a customer services persuader/aide in the event anything goes wrong after year one. Then I can sue them or an out of court settlement.According to their websitehttps://pcsupport.lenovo.com/gb/en/products/monitors-and-projectors/lcd-monitors/lenovo-l24q-10-monitor/parts/PD105078WARRANTY AND SERVICE INFORMATIONWARRANTY PERIOD: Three/One yearsWARRANTY SERVICE: Customer Carry-in or Mail-in using Rapid Replacement Service.If warranty service is required, call the Customer Support Center. The Customer Support Center will assist with problem determination and initiate shipment of a replacement unit, if needed, to the customer's location by express delivery. For calls received by 5:00 p.m. customer's time, in most cases, the replacement unit will arrive within two business days (excluding holidays). The replacement unit becomes the property of the customer in exchange for the failed unit, which becomes the property of Lenovo. Pack the failed unit into the shipping carton that contained the replacement unit and return to Lenovo. Transportation charges, both ways, are paid by Lenovo. Failure to use the carton in which the replacement unit was received could result in charges incurred by the customer for damage to the failed unit during shipment.


Yes it is 1440p as the maximum resolution is 2560x1440. (y)


Is this 100% 1440p?

Lenovo tab 4 plus 10 inch - £199.99 @ Lenovo
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Good price for quality tablet Normally £249.99
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I find scrolling up and down a webpage a bit slow, don't know why.


It's not the plus version according the description? :/


It is indeed a quality tablet (I bought mine for this price in November 2017 at John Lewis) - smooth, responsive and has good battery life. However - I would not buy another Lenovo product, their Android update cycle is very slow and their attitude to their customers is appalling. This tablet, keeping in mind it is the top spec in the range, is not getting the Oreo update yet the regular Tab 10 and the Tab 8 Plus are getting it. The update is due this month so that shows you how long it's taken to even get an idea of Oreo being deployed to these devices. Hopefully someone can get the Tab 10 ROM working on the Plus, because for Lenovo to just not bother is quite disgraceful really.


Argos 149.99 - was 169.99 previously. https://www.argos.co.uk/product/7155477 Scrap that, their numbering is whack. This is a decent price for the 10" Tab 4+ (PLUS).

Lenovo Y27 FreeSync - 27" Full HD 144Hz VA DP & HDMI Connections Curved Gaming Display, £149.99 at Lenovo
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Delivery included in price. Maximum Resolution1920x1080 ConnectionsDP,HDMI 1.3Display TypeFHD Wide LCD Aspect Ratio16:9 StandLift Tilt Swivel Refresh Time4Milliseconds Screen Illum… Read more

same as you


Absolutely depressing. I ordered when it was back in stock. Received no updates until today when my order was cancelled and refunded. Any update on yours?


Mines on backorder oddly just had dpd turn up with a foc uk power cable to go with my monitor that hasnt dispatched yet why they feel the need to pay £15 send me a cable before dispatch of the monitor is beyond me


Order cancelled for me... ( Did order on Friday)


its back in stock just ordered one

Lenovo Explorer Windows Mixed Reality VR Headset and Wireless Motion Controllers £149.99 @  Lenovo UK
Refreshed 25th Nov 2018Refreshed 25th Nov 2018
Update 1
Now £109.99

Click get deal, type in password BLACKFRIDAY, select the headset and checkout, will then discount to £109.99!

EDIT: Ignore the Update, price is £149.99 - The previous code to bring price to £109.99 has expired. Good price with free delivery directly from the manufacturer. Seems to be a Bl… Read more

OK thanks well I was only using it for short periods as I kept swapping goes with my children so it shouldn't have been too long. It's like i've got eye strain today as staring at my computer screen all day for work isn't helping so might have to leave it a bit before I try it again.


Ah right, well I guess it depends how long you were using it for. If you use it for a while, your eyes will focus on the near screens, due to the restrictive surrounding light and close focus it will cause eye strain and tiredness after a while and when you remove the headset it will take a little time for your eyes to refocus. I actually found that after removing the headset after over an hour, I felt a little dizzy while my eyes readjusted. I think there is a general recommendation to take a 10-15 minute break every 30 minutes, the advantage of the Lenovo is that the screen can be flipped up rather than completely removing it for short breaks.


Thanks, yeah the motion sickness I was expecting to happen but not the blurry vision afterwards basically where my eyes are trying to refocus after using the vr headset. Could that be the ipd being way out for me?


Motion sickness is normal for first time on VR. Speaking as someone who never really had motion sickness before, first go on PSVR with Dying Light and just standing still in game I felt a bit queezy. The natural shaking motion in game when I am still is a little disorienting. I found that a good starting point though as when I had adjusted to that stationery wobble, I then moved about and felt motion sick but that passed quickly and then I got to enjoy the game. I would say try to start with a game where you can start moving slowly and then increase speed so you can gradually adjust. Minecraft should be good for that I would have thought but never played myself, just ease yourself into it. The worst thing you could do is start with something fast paced like a racing game I would say. I read a review online which I think perfectly explains the motion sickness (sorry for no citation but can't remember where I saw this stated), imagine being on a train in the train station and looking out the window at another train, then that train pulls away. You can see it moving and for a few seconds your brain doesn't know which train is moving, that one or your one, but your body hasn't felt the train move. VR is kinda like that, and if you have ever felt it you know what to expect in a slow moving VR game.


Couldn't get mine to work with a GTX 950 so had to stump up for new PC with GTX 1070TI. Cost me a bit this deal :(

Lenovo Ideapad 720s 14 inch / Silver / i5 8250u / 8GB ram / 256GB SSD / NVidia GeForce MX150 at Lenovo for £649.99
Found 22nd Nov 2018Found 22nd Nov 2018
Seems like a good price to me for the specs, and generally positive reviews. Potential 6% Quidco cashback would bring it down to £610.99 i7 8550u and 512GB SSD version available … Read more
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Any version without the graphics card? Don’t game at all and might save me loads of battery


Ordered this morning, was considering xps 13 but this fits the bill nicely and 350 quid less. Thanks OP (y) 🏼


Received mine this morning - ordered Thursday. Never received an email confirmation though - they claimed I had misspelled my email address.


Also, from what I have researched this comes with the full speed mx150 (25w Vs 10w) which can make it up to 40% faster. See here


Be aware that if you buy the warranty upgrade it doesn't come preactivated. You have to fill in an irritating web form and provide proof of purchase - even when bought from them :( I have purchased one - had my eye on for weeks so bought last night when it went down - but their customer service is not brilliant. I went for the on-site warranty service as don't want the faff of sending it to them. "Lenovo warranty registration portal: The website link is: https://lenovoemea.secure.force.com/emeaservices/wreg 1. Select 'Base warranty change / Purchase date update' from the 'Request' drop-down menu. 2. Fill in all information regarding yourself, and the product. Your product's S/N: **** and Machine Type Model: **** (which could be found at the bottom of your device on a sticker) 3. Attach the proof of purchase in the 'Related Files' 4. Then click 'Submit' Then you can register your warranty upgrade by repeating the same procedure but choosing a different menu option: 1. Select 'Register warranty upgrade' from the 'Request' drop-down menu. 2. Fill in all information regarding yourself, and the product. Your product's S/N: **** and Machine Type Model: **** (which could be found at the bottom of your device on a sticker) 3. Attach the proof of purchase in the 'Related Files' 4. Then click 'Submit' Once this has been submitted, the change will normally be visible within one week."

Lenovo Ideapad 720S 13" UHD Laptop - Intel i7-8550U / 512GB SSD / 8GB RAM / USB C Ports / Fingerprint Reader £699.99 @ Lenovo
Found 19th Nov 2018Found 19th Nov 2018
Okay, so I've just come across this model now which looks great considering it's an 8th Gen i7 and has a UHD IPS Screen. It's only the Champagne colour one at this price. If you're… Read more

Charging the battery from 10% to 100% while not using it takes around 2 hours, at 60% brightness and in better performance mode around 5 hours screen time.


How is battery life on them? Does it have fast charging?


Mine has arrived too and I must say the gold colour is rather nice :) fantastic buy thx op


Mine arrived today - unbelievably light laptop! I take back what I said about the champagne gold colour - it's not too bad at all.


Ordered on the 19th and still waiting for delivery :(

Ideapad 720s 13" Laptop R7 2700U / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD £699.99 @ Lenovo
Found 19th Nov 2018Found 19th Nov 2018
Lovely looking machines on offer as part of Lenovo's Black Friday Sale again. The CPU here is the Ryzen 7 2700U Which is a 4 Core / 8 Thread chip with a base clock of 2.2Ghz / Max … Read more

Yh, it's on the us Amazon site for roughly £440 , sold by Amazon with UK shipping but not sure about the import tax and returns just incase of potential issues. Don't have experience purchasing from us so not going to risk it when there's alot of good intel deals. https://www.amazon.com/Huawei-Kepler-MateBook-14-Mystic/dp/B07G7GSM29/ref=mp_s_a_1_fkmr1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1542582519&sr=8-1-fkmr1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=huawei+laptop+ryzen Also similar model rebranded to honour magic book from gearbest for less than £500 https://www.gearbest.com/laptops/pp_009535618227.html


The one Ryzen laptop that seems well-done in all respects is the Huawei Matebook D, only that's not available in this country. I share your disappointment with manufacturer support, would it be so hard to give us a Dell XPS 13 or other well-made laptop? No, but it would be risky.


Also RAM is soldered on and in single channel configuration, so no upgrades in the future and they stuck it in without a chance of dual channel mode in this day and age. Lenovo engineers seriously dropped a ball on this one.


Better of getting the i7 8th gen model for same price as @CampGareth stated, most Ryzen mobile laptops have throttling issues and poor driver support/updates. Great on paper but a pain in real life because of poor heating solutions and manufacture support. Was tempted my self to get a Ryzen because of the VFM but reading reviews and Reddit posts from owners of Ryzen mobile laptops it's not worth the trouble. Better of paying a bit more for intel equivalent but in this case it's the same price so better of with that. Plus it's got thunderbolt on one usb c, so well worth the price.


This model has really bad throttling issues which ruin the performance unfortunately: https://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenovo-IdeaPad-720s-13ARR-Ryzen-7-2700U-RX-Vega-10-Laptop-Review.318604.0.html This is the relevant passage: "We also tested the extent to which our test device can maintain boosted clock speeds by running Cinebench multithread benchmarks on a continuous loop for 30 minutes. The results are poor. Our test device initially scored 550 points, but this dropped to 356 points by the third benchmark pass. Our test device then maintained this score for the remaining tests. This is a 36% clock speed drop after just three passes. The turbo clock speed is hardly used in the first two passes, but it is no longer active by the third test. The clock speed even drops below the base clock speed to 1.6 GHz. "

Ideapad 720 15 Laptop - i5 / FHD IPS / 8GB RAM / RX 560 4GB / 256GB SSD £549 (i7 version £599.99) @ Lenovo -  More Black Friday Deals in OP
Refreshed 26th Nov 2018Refreshed 26th Nov 2018
Update - Looks like the i7 model with an RX 560 2GB is £599.99 now too, also on the get deal link Lenovo have dropped a few prices ahead of Black Friday, including the Ideapad… Read more

Thanks for the explanation! I was just wondering if I’m buying a gaming PC for work I’ll be buying the wrong thing. But as it looks, it’s just like I’m buying 10 metre of rope when I only need 3, which isn’t end of the world. Having said that, I think this should serve my needs, thanks.


Graphics card used, amount of RAM provided, and CPU version inside. And in some cases, even the rigidity of the keyboard provided on there too, etc. (Some, if not allllll the above would be different). There's probably other quirks different also, but those are the main one's I'm assuming?. (Maybe others can add to it too?). Either way, the price 'tag' of a gaming laptop will DEFINITELY be 'different' ... ''Different' by almost double, or so? (if not considerably MORE?!), as some can easily go for upto £1000+? (whereas a bog standard laptop can currently be had for around the £300-£400+ mark?, easy). The choice is yours ... (as the saying goes?, lol). :-)


for 850 you want to be looking at a better graphics card than the 1050


So the Ideapad looks good but I started looking at the next thing up, the legion...which John Lewis have £50 cheaper than Lenovo for the same thing (not idea pad). Is it worth the extra cash? https://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-legion-y520-laptop-intel-core-i7-8gb-ram-1tb-hdd-128ssd-nvidia-gtx1050-15-6-full-hd-black/p3260960?sku=237012024&&s_kwcid=2dxLIA&tmad=c&tmcampid=2&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIwpyssojz3gIVjpTtCh28yA2nEAQYASABEgKytPD_BwE


Excuse my ignorance. But what’s the difference between a gaming laptop and a regular laptop?

Lenovo IDEACENTRE 620S 03 - SILVER tower PC, £579.99 at Lenovo(NVIDIA®  GeForce® GTX 1050Ti 4 GB)
Found 9th Nov 2018Found 9th Nov 2018
Lenovo IDEACENTRE 620S 03 - SILVER tower PC, £579.99 at Lenovo(NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050Ti 4 GB)
ProcessorIntel® Core™ i5-7400T (2.4 GHz) Memory8GB (1 x 8GB DDR4) + 16GB Optane Memory Storage1TB HDD (7200 rpm) GraphicsNVidia® GeForce™ GTX 1050Ti (4GB GDDR5)

The 1050 does not have a separate power cable as it is powered directly from the motherboard. I don't think the 1070 would even fit into this case even it was possible as this is built to a very tight spec.


I have never heard of this and googling it didn't show up much. Looks interesting, but wish the HDD was SSD (understandably should be lass than 1tb).


hasn't this been the price for a while ?


Is it possible to replace the 1050 with a 1070 ti? Will the power supply cope?


Good for the price

Lenovo Explorer Mixed Reality Headset + Controllers £199.99 w/code @ Lenovo (1 Day Flash sale / See OP)
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Lenovo Explorer Mixed Reality Headset + Controllers £199.99 w/code @ Lenovo (1 Day Flash sale / See OP)
£199.99£399.9950%Lenovo UK Deals
Good to see these dropping! It's part of their Flash Sale (ends midnight) The code here also drops upto 12% off a load of laptops and desktop PCs, so might be worth a look the… Read more

Hi guys, could you pls let me know how this type of glasses usually connect to the PC, is it just via a standard HDMI input? And does this model (or do you know of any other model), which supports 3D Side-by-side input so that the image displayed in the headset is converted in 3D?


The oculus and Vive are the more premkum headsets and this is more a budget option. And you use Steam to download and run VR games from which mostly gives you cross compatibility between games from other headsets


I imagine that it'll lag pretty bad though.


Can you use this in a different room to the PC if using Steam Link?


Half the resolution, uncomfortable, different lenses, not as good tracking, no controllers, doesnt really =75% of the experience.

ThinkPad Sale @ Lenovo
Found 13th Oct 2018Found 13th Oct 2018
ThinkPad Sale @ Lenovo
If you've always wanted a custom spec'd ThinkPad, now's maybe the time. Ends 14th October 2018. Save £250 on all configurable ThinkPads over £2000 and £100 for all configura… Read more

It seems to be a bit misleading, it says 'on all configurable ThinkPads'....it shows a discount on the P72 but not on the P1 or X1 Extreme for example.

Lenovo Google Smart display 8" £159.99 @ Lenovo
Found 8th Oct 2018Found 8th Oct 2018
Lenovo Google Smart display 8" £159.99 @ Lenovo
Now available to order from Lenovo at an introductory price of £159.99 instead of £179.99. Expect the anticipated Google Home Hub to be very similarly priced but without a camera … Read more
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actually got mine shipped a couple of days ago. Was comparing the device to like other smart device and came to a conclusion that this would be best for the price range, especially since it has better speakers, more features, and a bigger screen than most smart home devices out there. Currently have it connected to a few hues, couple home minis and a ring doorbell.


Will any of these allow Spotify browsing or is it just voice commands?


Looks fab. Reviews for the Home Hub dropped today and they all say poor sound quality!


Looks good, has great sound and sharp images/video. Only thing that isn't quite right is that the plug looks like it's sideways, but that's nothing really to worry about.Im glad I waited :)


Be sure to post some photos of it's final resting place!

A full hd Lenovo Ideapad 320 laptop with 8GB ram and SSD for £281.00 @ Lenovo.com
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A full hd Lenovo Ideapad 320 laptop with 8GB ram and SSD for £281.00 @ Lenovo.com
Updated: now under £281.00!!! Even better deal!!!I have been looking for a decentish laptop for under £300 and took the plunge on an HP laptop that I posted on here which got s… Read more
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Lenovo cancelled order today despite it being placed when "in stock" and despite taking money!! They've now said they can't supply it and have given a refund - no apology and no credit voucher for taking money and not providing goods!


Mine arrived earlier this month but I left it in the box as I planned on giving it to my son for Xmas. Well I thought I best check it out today, glad I did... there was no dedicated Radeon 530. :( It came with the much inferior R8 M535DX. I have got back in touch with Lenovo and they said they gave me a ticket number and said they will get back to me within 1-2 business days. Sounds like he was just trying to fobb me off. Very disappointed :( Anyone else order the A10-9620p Version with the Radeon 530?


No, I got the A10 9800p with R7 graphics


Yeah nice, a bargain price


Yeah that’s the one I got it arrived a few days ago really good price I’m just waiting for the DVD/HDD (£12) to turn up and plan on replacing the main HDD with a 120gb SSD (£19) and then putting the original HDD in the DVD/HDD Caddy.:)

ideapad 720S 13 (Core i5 / 4K Screen / 8GB / 256GB SSD / Fingerprint reader) £659.99 Delivered using code @ Lenovo
Found 14th Sep 2018Found 14th Sep 2018
ideapad 720S 13 (Core i5 / 4K Screen / 8GB / 256GB SSD / Fingerprint reader) £659.99 Delivered using code @ Lenovo
£659.99£749.9912%Lenovo UK Deals
Nice price drop on this Lenovo 720s. If you aren't familiar with this particular model, it's a 'feather light' ultrabook, with an Intel Core i5, 4K screen and 8GB of RAM Be sure t… Read more

All other things being equal, 4K over 1080p is a pointless resolution for a 13" device.


People know how to search - you fail to understand people can’t time travel. Happy for you to prove me wrong and google is my friend to link with instructions on how to go back in time. Regards the asus you suggested it lacks 4K screen. Have a google search, you will be able to then understand there is a significant cost difference between laptops that have UHD and laptops that have FHD screens. I did a google search and found some general principles for comparing things, which in the spirit of helpfulness I share with you as follows: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apples_and_oranges


Have a Google search. They've been as low as £649.


Have a search. They've been as low as £649.


The asus is £999 at UK Asus website. The asus doesn’t have a 4k screen Comparative Lenovo with MX150 and non-4K screen is cheaper on the UK Lenovo site

Lenovo YOGA 530 14, 4GB 128GB SSD Full HD IPS - Black £449 @ Lenovo
Found 3rd Sep 2018Found 3rd Sep 2018
Lenovo YOGA 530 14, 4GB 128GB SSD Full HD IPS - Black £449 @ Lenovo
My wife is after a 2in1 (convertible) and we came across this as being the best option under £450. Same one at Curry's but with the standard HD display is £479! We investigated th… Read more
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True, things like video watching / streaming, drawing, web browsing etc. will be fine. Though even light gaming is pretty much impossible and I wouldn't even bother trying. Biggest issue I can see right now is 4GB of RAM. It's just about enough for what I mentioned above, but in the future it will definitely be bogged down with background applications.


Yes I myself am not sold on the 2 in 1 form factor but I suppose it's ideal for a majority of use being light recreational use.


Eeeh, not too sure about this one, I suppose if you really want a 2-in-1 this would be good


Light gaming yes, the only game I've played on it is Star Trek Online and it will play it acceptably at 1080p with just above low settings, all those games are older so I would wager they will all play better, when it's working hard you can hear the fan working but at all other times it's silent.


It's roughly £50 for one stick retail but on trade I can get it around £20 brand new. Oh yeah it's definitely worth it but there's a mental limit on how much we want to spend. From the looks of it the bezel is smaller on the 530, it's probably thinner and lighter too. I don't expect there to be much else apart from the fingerprint reader and better battery management.

Lenovo ** FLASH SALE ** 15% OFF for 15 HOURS with code @ Lenovo UK
Found 30th Aug 2018Found 30th Aug 2018
Lenovo ** FLASH SALE ** 15% OFF for 15 HOURS with code @ Lenovo UK
Random selection of Lenovo Laptops, Netbooks, Desktops, All-in-Ones, Tablets etc etc with 15% off the sale prices for 15 Hours! Free Delivery & Free Returns included! https… Read more

simply expensive . i bought Alienware i7 , 1060 GTX 6gb , 16gb GB RAM, 4k 17 inch screen for 1100 pounds last month


It is why I posted it, a LOT of potential buyers, love all the old IBM based thinkpads and builds, to some the prices are expensive, but to most that want newer versions of what they have had for years and years with no issues, they are cheap!! Yes the support is pants, but it always has been at Lenovo, for everything they do! (highfive)


For £1k- expect as a minimum: 16gb ram, 256gb SDD, GTX 1070 8GB!


364° for expensive lenovo stuff .. better off buying from other places ...


I got i5, 8GB Ram, 256 GB Microsoft Surface Laptop from AO.com for £760... I like Lenovo but i think the Surface offers better value.

Save 10% on Configurable Lenovo Thinkpads
Found 25th Aug 2018Found 25th Aug 2018
Save 10% on Configurable Lenovo Thinkpads
A useful deal for some - especially if you have been thinking about one of the desirable and expensive X Series. The offer does not just apply to builds you configure yourself but … Read more
Bank Holiday Sale (e.g. Tab 3 Essential £39.99 / 24.5" FreeSync Monitor £179.99 / Yoga Tab 4 £149.99) now live @ Lenovo
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Bank Holiday Sale (e.g. Tab 3 Essential £39.99 / 24.5" FreeSync Monitor £179.99 / Yoga Tab 4 £149.99) now live @ Lenovo
£39.99£69.9943%Lenovo UK Deals
Just got the word that starting midnight, Lenovo are launching their Bank Holiday sale, with up to £300 off Laptops / Tablets and phones. Some of the items in the sale have alread… Read more

Store is called "Public".


Slightly OT as I assume nothing here..can I get s recommendation for a7/8 inch tablet to replace nexus 7?? Unfortunately small hands means 10" too big....


There is no Yoga 930 yet.


So that Lenovo Tab 4 with 720p screen and 2GB of RAM was at some point £249? Wow.



Lenovo thinkpad E580 15.6" laptop at Lenovo for £529.99
Found 13th Aug 2018Found 13th Aug 2018
Lenovo thinkpad E580 15.6" laptop at Lenovo for £529.99
comes with good reviews and can't find it anywhere near as cheap as this on other sites. review: https://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenovo-ThinkPad-E580-i5-8250U-UHD-620-SSD-Laptop-Rev… Read more
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Wouldn't bother. £530 for just 4GB of RAM and such a low end CPU, with a poor battery to top it all off. Not too sure where the money went in this laptop (maybe the fingerprint reader broke the bank? (lol) )


'Specs are poor, but the system is good...' (lol) (lol) (lol)


May as well pay the extra £50 and get the i5-8250u: https://www.ebuyer.com/825490-lenovo-thinkpad-e580-20ks-laptop-20ks006guk And FWIW, this model is actually only £515 on eBuyer: https://www.ebuyer.com/826703-lenovo-thinkpad-e580-20ks-laptop-20ks007euk

Lenovo 520s i5 laptop £340 @ Lenovo Via Perkbox
Found 12th Aug 2018Found 12th Aug 2018
Lenovo 520s i5 laptop £340 @ Lenovo Via Perkbox
Never posted before but was looking for a laptop for my daughter to start college...came across this one which was available through Perkbox with extra discount...thought I would s… Read more
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Well done to OP and person sharing PERKBOX code! Not only deal is gone, but any genuine perkbox user cant get acces to discounted website! Well done MODS, for ingnoring my report of this deal!


Hi, I did manage to get one and am really pleased with it. My DD is also looking for something similar and came across this one at Currys https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/lenovo-ideapad-330s-14-intel-pentium-gold-laptop-128-gb-ssd-blue-10180843-pdt.html?awc=1599_1534541741_526b32b0083befae9aca3ff3f13cc3e7&srcid=369&xtor=AL-1&cmpid=aff~HotUKDeals~Communities%20%26%20UGC~47868&awid=47868 Currently on sale at £299 but a further £50 off if trading in old laptop. I know the specs aren't as good as 520S but could someone advise if the Currys one is a good buy at £249 for browsing and saving essays/school work? Cheers


Damn. Massive shame as I was going to get it for uni. But regardless, thank you for letting me know. Will just have to keep on searching!


It's not


They are pretty good. Take a long time as you have to email some info, then they take a few days to accept it and send you a TNT collection link. From there it's very good.

Lenovo Thinkpad Weekend Sale
Found 12th Aug 2018Found 12th Aug 2018
Lenovo Thinkpad Weekend Sale
" This Weekend Save 10% on configuring your ThinkPad > £1000 , & Save 15% on configuring > £2000 " No coupon needed - reduction clearly applied and shown. If you are a… Read more

Typos corrected - apologies to all.


I love the weekned. I save up all my couplons for it. Clealry awesome.

Lenovo Legion Y520T 25 - Black​ £399.99 @ Lenovo
Found 3rd Aug 2018Found 3rd Aug 2018
Lenovo Legion Y520T 25 - Black​ £399.99 @ Lenovo
£399.99£59933%Lenovo UK Deals
effectively my first deal posted :) hopefully not a terrible one £599.99 normally, so of course its £699 on curry's website, but found this for £399, Just bought this as a not … Read more

If anyone has a link for something similar around same price I’d really appreciate it, need a system like this with a decent clock speed not bothered about heavy gaming etc


£899 one is very different spec to the OP, have expired the deal now as it seems OOS


Showing at £899 now, am I missing something??


Back in stock!


;) i read somewhere that it might struggle a little with a triple screen 4k setup on crisis 3 max settings - wonder if it would be the cpu or gpu that might bottleneck performance in this scenario

LENOVO IdeaPad 720S 13.3" AMD Ryzen 5 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Platinum £749.98 @ Lenovo
Found 2nd Aug 2018Found 2nd Aug 2018
LENOVO IdeaPad 720S 13.3" AMD Ryzen 5 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Platinum £749.98 @ Lenovo
Thought this was a good price for the AMD Ryzen equivalent of the Lenovo Ideapad 720s. 8GB of Ram as well as 256GB SSD in a nice slim form factor, with Radeon Vega 8 Integrated gra… Read more

How ryzen vs nvidia gpus


Have to agree with the above comment the cooling is pants, The ryzen cannot stretch its legs this performs below the i5 version and only just better then the i3. Such a shame this has throttling issues as the build quality is good at the price range


I have an older version of this laptop but the chassis looks largely the same. It's a good laptop and performs well, but on mine the fans are quite loud when they come on and it gets quite hot underneath. Battery isn't great either, that is probably less applicable to this newer model though. Don't waste your money on Lenovo's supposed warranty either - it's an absolute joke.


This laptop has awful cooling, the 2500u in this performs half as well as other similar laptops with 2500u. They are charging a premium for power you can't use.


Love Lenovo but dislike amd, love 256ssd but would prefer 16gb ram, over all tho, pretty hot machine mate

Lenovo Ideapad 520s 141kb - £399.99 @ Lenovo
Found 27th Jul 2018Found 27th Jul 2018
Lenovo Ideapad 520s 141kb - £399.99 @ Lenovo
Full Spec: Processor - Intel® Core™ i3-7100U Operating System - Windows 10 Home (64 bit) Display Type - 14.0" Full HD IPS AntiGlare Memory - 8GB (1x8GB DDR4) Storage - 128GB SSD W… Read more
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Did anyone go for this? I received mine but the battery life was awful so I'm sending it back


And you can pay for it over 12 months rather than upfront.


Yes, should be fine for your requirements. You will notice a big difference of speed if this is your first time moving to Solid State storage.


Depends what you use it for i3 to i5 is pretty considerable difference. I5s can be on par with some i7s however, but naturally i7s will extend much further and better


I disagree, 128gb is plenty for Windows and most apps, most people will now use cloud storage or external drives to store extra stuff. Plus, you can add an extra hdd or ssd in the sata slot if you have a spare drive

Lenovo yoga 720 13  i5-8250U £529.99 @ Lenovo
Found 24th Jul 2018Found 24th Jul 2018
Lenovo yoga 720 13 i5-8250U £529.99 @ Lenovo
Looks like a great price for an 8th gen i5 laptop that's well reviewed with good battery life, a decent screen and an SSD. Go through Quidco for 6% cashback and if you're a stude… Read more
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You are full of rubbish and negativity. I recently bought the Yoga 920 after using I have the Yoga 700 for 3 years with a 6500u processor which is pretty much half the performance of the 8250u. The Yoga 700 is very very decent and battery life is still very good. There is a price premium on the touch screen and fold able mode. The tablet mode would be useful for presentations etc, don't use it much, but the touchscreen is a feature I don't want to live without anymore it's simply brilliant and takes so much strain away from your hands. It is a mid level premium laptop and doesn't suffer half of what you accuse it off.


I bought mine last blackfriday, I did not have any of the problems you are reporting. wifi drops if tou connect a all metal usb to the right port, but that is a common problem on ultrabooks. i had no issues with colour or hinges, but my panel is lg (LGD04BF) Thunderbolt works great connected to a HPomen accelerator


Not sure, I don't think so, but then I probably wouldn't notice. Have you thought about looking at one in Currys or John Lewis if you think yours isn't right.


Does the LG panel have a warm/yellow tint?


Sorry for the delay. I am now on my third laptop. Was happy with second but after a few days the screen backlight started flickering/flashing like crazy. Was definitely hardware rather than driver as it was doing it on the bios screen also. 2nd and 3rd both LG panels, no idea on the first one. Fingers crossed for this one as it's a nice bit of kit.

Lenovo Ideapad 310 15" Multimedia Laptop - £299.99 @ Lenovo. I3 processor, 8gb ram, 1tb HDD.
Found 20th Jul 2018Found 20th Jul 2018
Lenovo Ideapad 310 15" Multimedia Laptop - £299.99 @ Lenovo. I3 processor, 8gb ram, 1tb HDD.
No expert in the way of laptops but have a 300 pound budget. Saw this for 299. I3 processor and 8gb of ram with a 1tb hard drive. What do you guys think? Good for the money or cou… Read more

I paid for mine 190£ back in december..but mine is full hd and 4gb instead of 8..still a bit slow, even with an SSD ..


I disagree.An IPS FHD screen is much better I just returned the HP pavilion as it was full HD but with a TN screen. The brightness and viewing angles were appalling


Thanks for the info I think I will go with the one from EBay Argos as it comes with a 12 month warranty.


The OP's Lenovo Laptop is a very decent Laptop, for very little money. :-)


Well, the Acer Laptop in your eBay link is definitely built from a better 'engine', lol. But it's not as to you as new though, as it's refurbished ... So it pretty much depends on as to how you feel about buying used Products in the first place really?. Otherwise the OP's Deal Laptop should be more than fine (on 'basic' setting), for the average user. (Which from what you initially asked, your son will be). :-)

Lenovo Ideacentre 620s tower pc- Nvidia 1050Ti , £449.99 @ Lenovo
Found 18th Jul 2018Found 18th Jul 2018
Lenovo Ideacentre 620s tower pc- Nvidia 1050Ti , £449.99 @ Lenovo
£449.99£529.9915%Lenovo UK Deals
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050Ti 4 GB, 128-bit GDDR5 ProcessorIntel Core i5-7400T Operating SystemWindows 10 Home (64 bit) Memory8GB (DDR4) Storage1TB HDD (7200 rpm)

Picked up the 349 deal. Have changed/upgraded a few bits. Runs sweet. Picked up an i7 from ebay. 8gb more ram and a nvme 128gb m.2 ssd . Boots in seconds and plays all games on ultra. Happy days. Can be a pain when you first open it . Not as simple as the instructions make out. The memory and ssd are on the back of the motherboard . So everything has to come apart😥


Back in stock once again.


Back in stock (y)


My 620S is due to be delivered on Monday but the lack of a cooling fan on the GPU is giving me some reservations. Whilst not especially power hungry I'd imagine a decent cooling solution (large heatsink / fins etc,) would still be required for the 1050Ti if run passively. Considering just returning it unopened for a refund and self-building, although the very small form factor of the 620S does appeal. Wondered if anyone had received theirs and was able to share some impressions ? Particularly for gaming - how are you finding temps after a couple of hours heavy load? Any thermal throttling or concerning temps etc.? Thanks!


Thanks for the impressions. Installing an SSD and upgrading RAM does look like a bit of an adventure! Have you done any monitoring of the CPU / GPU temps by any chance? Would be interested to see how hot they run as I'd imagine airflow is fairly limited in such a confined space.

Lenovo v330 15” £519.99 @ Lenovo
Found 15th Jul 2018Found 15th Jul 2018
Lenovo v330 15” £519.99 @ Lenovo
Seems a good deal with good specs any thoughts ? Processor Intel Core i5-8250U Processor ( 1.60GHz 2400MHz 6MB ) Operating System Windows 10 Home 64 Display Type 15.6”FHD LED Back… Read more
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How about the one? Good battery life and 8GB RAM. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Acer-Aspire-A515-51-50Y5-15-6-Inch-Notebook/dp/B078KG7B62/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1531685571&sr=8-5&keywords=Acer+aspire+5


Battery life is supposed to be awful but apart from this is it worth the money ?


I imagine they'll use the same basic motherboard for a variety of model ranges, so they solder 4GB in production then add more sticks if a specific model requires it, of which varies depending on what they can get cheapest at a given time.


£510 at laptops direct. https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/lenovo-v330-intel-core-i5-8250u-8gb-256gb-ssd-15.6-inch-windows-10-laptop-81ax00cbuk/version.asp?refsource=LDadwords&refsource=ldadwords&mkwid=sDbrZKM9b_dm&pcrid=184842784033&product=81AX00CBUK&pgrid=46259009011&ptaid=pla-479333348317&gclid=CjwKCAjw4avaBRBPEiwA_ZetYqaQPwE-Pk4P1o5VwA4XeD6egD_I8iUDHYfXp2YChbZEuqJMArlleRoClHEQAvD_BwE


2 cell battery will give you s*d all battery life. It is portable in name only IMPO. Lenovo is renowned in putting older non MIMO wireless chips in their laptops which can give you intermittent or slow connections if you have multiple devices connecting to your router.

Lenovo ideacentre 620S 03 tower PC - Silver, £349.99 at Lenovo
Found 14th Jul 2018Found 14th Jul 2018
Lenovo ideacentre 620S 03 tower PC - Silver, £349.99 at Lenovo
£349.99£599.9942%Lenovo UK Deals
NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1050Ti (4GB GDDR5) Intel Core i3-7100T 1TB HDD (7200 rpm) Memory8GB (DDR4)

Hi deep. Yes thats the right one. I just got a 240gb one from amazon for 49.95 .


If I was to buy an SSD for this . Does it have to be the m.2 variety such as this : https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-green-120gb-m2-2280-sata-3d-nand-ssd-solid-state-drive-with-free-veho-card-reader-worth-479-2879-cc-or-3527-delivered-scan-2984279


I think you quick read my post or I didn't explain myself properly. My existing system is the one that is like a power plant (hence considering this)


Don't agree, 1050ti and i3-7100T both have really low power consumption. This is already the coolest you can get for a gaming PC.


Sold out

Lenovo Legion Y520T - £399.99 @ Lenovo
Found 14th Jul 2018Found 14th Jul 2018
Lenovo Legion Y520T - £399.99 @ Lenovo
£399.99£599.9933%Lenovo UK Deals
Very good deal as RRP is £599.99 and Currys are selling it for £699.99

can I upgrade the motherboard in this an what processor can it take? the best one? thanks


Thanks again!




I installed the M.2 drive, but I think I made a boo boo.I set the BIOS settings to enable Intel Optane mode. After I had installed the OS I couldn't change it back (caused it to not boot).Samsung Magician will not recognise the drive.Edit: I've wiped it (that wasn't easy - lol), switched the BIOS back to AHCI and started again. Samsung Magician all fine now.Super fast :)


"compact" -ish mATX tower?(looking)_ The H81m-'PLUS' is a 'm'icro ATX board; its smaller than full ATX but has the THREE pci expansion ports. (the cheaper variants have less,much like the joke Lenohope pc posted here which has Zero expansion options at all and only 2 sata ports for storage/dvd drive) Generally this means with a gaming gpu installed you will have easy access to ,erm, 1 pci slot for expansion purposes. You might get use out the 2nd from bottom pci slot with a true 2 slot gpu card, riser cable or similar get around but generally at this budget 1 expansion port will cover needs; 'acceptable' 7.1 channel audio is included on the board, so for a budget gamer sound is not an issue. There are 2x usb 3.1 on the back panel (blue) and the board can connect two more if needed,(not likely, tbh, it has other connectivity for 2x usb 2 front case ports)This cheap chipset has 2 X sata 3: 6gb/s ports and 2x older sata 2 ports, so basically you put the boot S.S.D. on sata port 1, (install windows now from a u.s.b. to keep master boot record integrity if any drive fails) any other S.S.D. on sata port 2 and the dvd drive/any h.d.d. storage drive etc can hang out on the 2 slower sata ports (3 & 4). Putting an expensive dvd drive on a sata 6gb port is a waste, it can barely break sata 2 speeds so put it in the slow lane. So cases: This 'case' full of (I5 4460 / i7 4770 and say an O'clocked RX 580 for current worst case power scenario upgrades) will need to handle ~ 360 watts of heat so if 'buying' (me? Heh heh;not likely) today I would go with THIS ONE:https://www.overclockers.co.uk/zalman-t1-plus-mini-tower-usb-3.0-black-ca-078-za.htmlfor £35 delivered. And if you get passed 250 watts you might stick one of these in it.https://www.overclockers.co.uk/arctic-cooling-f12-pwm-fan-120mm-fg-029-ar.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMImJnYl6uv3AIVybHtCh2Z4wxIEAQYAyABEgJsI_D_BwE(same delivery probs best just buy one, the standard exhaust fan in that case might be a bit noisy flat out)Issues with u.s.b. 3.1, 3, etc, dont worry about it unless you need that speed,the ports will connect and what is on the outside of the case will work at expected external connection speeds. Wont affect the fast ports at the back.Again I leave it to you, my case is a circa 2003 asus barebones housing a 2013 haswell i5 and 2016 rx 480 nitro. Good luck and let me know how it goes.;#}

Lenovo 120S - 11.6", n4200, 64gb, 4gb ram at Lenovo for £220
Found 14th Jul 2018Found 14th Jul 2018
Lenovo 120S - 11.6", n4200, 64gb, 4gb ram at Lenovo for £220
A nippy laptop for the price. Up to 6% cashback via quidco. Includes delivery. - Windows 10S - perfect for office and web browsing - Pentium N4200 - 64GB eMMC - 4gb RAM - 11.6" H… Read more
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i think you can upgrade that one as it has a m.2 slot inside but get a m.2 sata drive not pcie and it will be fine :) hope that is a help


i'm currently using the older model of this the 110s, with a quad core celeron the performance isnt that far behind this pentium, nice little laptop , only problem is the storage space, mine is 32gb and 2gb ram lol


I have had one of these and returned one ,the screen is excellent the design is excellent but the much slower type of SSD drive in this version (eMMC) really hits performance even when having open multiple chrome windows or similar when surfing , but I have read the 128gb version has a much faster real SSD which helps with the page file for virtual memory etc ....this model has a slot for the regular SSD so the storage can be upgraded . I did benchmark the 64gb eMMC SSD drive and indeed it ran pretty slow compared with a regular type of SSD drive . Sadly the ram cannot be upgraded . I very reluctantly returned mine for a full refund .


It's not twice as fast in real world operation but the N4200 will certainly give greater performance with programs that take advantage of the multi threading. The N4200 also has the slightly better HD505 GPU, vs the HD500. I have 2 Acers equivalents with both N3350 and N4200 and you do notice the difference but it all depends on what your needs are as to whether the higher price would be worth it. The key differential will often be the speed of the internal storage, which in the case of the 120S models, is very good. You can get the 14" version of this on Amazon for £225 though. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lenovo-IdeaPad-120s-14-Inch-Laptop/dp/B079LGVPBL Or Ebuyer Express Ebay store for £192.07 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lenovo-Ideapad-120S-14-quot-Laptop-Intel-Pentium-N4200-1-1GHz-4GB-RAM-64GB/362361418463?epid=14020666100&hash=item545e6c72df:g:xDgAAOSw6VRbK2tL&_sacat=0&_nkw=Lenovo+IdeaPad+120S+14"+n4200&_from=R40&rt=nc&_trksid=m570.l1313 So worth shopping around to get the 14" model.


Cheers, both sound good deals, tempted but not sure😋 XD

Lenovo Ideapad 310 (Red, i5, Iris Graphics, 8GB Ram, FHD Screen) - £349.99 @ Lenovo
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Lenovo Ideapad 310 (Red, i5, Iris Graphics, 8GB Ram, FHD Screen) - £349.99 @ Lenovo
Looks like a decent laptop, only issue I see is the hard drive, but an i5 with iris graphics for this price seems like a really good deal! Processor: Intel Core i5-6260U (1.8GHz, … Read more
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I've been thinking for too long...as you do. Hope it be back in stock. Probably unlikely... I don't know...


Appears to be out of stock now?!


Only 2 cells battery??


Seen this, it gives a phone number though, anyone tried ringing it up? Very true, but it's still faster than what most companies are trying to sell you at this price point with the added bonus for Iris Graphics!


Not sure if someone has mentioned it already but bear in mind that this is a 6th gen i5 so already a 3 years old cpu

Lenovo Idea Pad 310 the, i5, 8gb Ram, 1tb, DVDRW £314.99 @ Lenovo
Found 1st Jul 2018Found 1st Jul 2018
Lenovo Idea Pad 310 the, i5, 8gb Ram, 1tb, DVDRW £314.99 @ Lenovo
£314.99£349.9910%Lenovo UK Deals
In addition to the Lenovo SUMMER TIME sale posted by NeoTrix yesterday Looking for a more basic laptop than the one posted yesterday and came across this, seems a good deal as nea… Read more

Why was this deal so cold??


With FHD screen?


U can get i5 8250u for this price from Dell outlet


That's a super price for an i5 laptop. Purchased, many thanks OP (y)


Storage1TB 5400 rpm... could load at least 120 GB SSD (fierce)

Lenovo Ideapad 110s (11" / Celeron Dual Core / 4GB RAM / 64GB Storage) £159.99 w/ 1 year MS Office Sub @ Lenovo
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Lenovo Ideapad 110s (11" / Celeron Dual Core / 4GB RAM / 64GB Storage) £159.99 w/ 1 year MS Office Sub @ Lenovo
Spotted this little lappy over at Lenovo and thought it was a decent price for a budget laptop. Should have everything a younger student needs including a 1 year subscription to MS… Read more

Don't buy a laptop with 4gb of ram in 2018, you will thank me


Great price and deal for those with lower power requirements. Obviously not a deal for power users but this will browse the web and documents just find I'm sure. Just don't expect to store anything on 64GB. That 64Gb is without office, windows etc put on it so in real terms you've probably got 20Gb to store on before the pc slows down. The cloud is your friend and often free to use when you have wifi or tether. This isn't the machine to have for offline use unless you add a permanent tiny usb memory stick such as this one over here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cruzer-Fit-Flash-Drive-SDCZ33-032G-B35/dp/B00812F7O8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1530357858&sr=8-1&keywords=memory+stick+tiny Takes up barely any space and means you have a great daily driver to store anything on even for offline use.


Responding to NiktheGeek, I know I can get it cheaper by paying annually but it suits me to pay monthly. As to the £2.75 point, I have done a little research as you suggest and can't find it. If it's 100% legit I'd like to know more please but if not I'm not interested. Always looking for deals but like to keep within the rules. Thanks both for your input.


Lenovo laptop, hinges to uphold screen broken so computer comes apart when opening, poor workmanship.


I have had horrible after sales service from Lenovo. A big no no to their products