TOSHIBA Satellite C4014"  Laptop -  32GB SSD,  2GB RAM, Windows 10 - £149.99 delivered at eBay / Currys
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TOSHIBA Satellite C4014" Laptop - 32GB SSD, 2GB RAM, Windows 10 - £149.99 delivered at eBay / Currys

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Found 26th Nov 2015
Laptop for Christmas? This looks decent for the price.
Items listed as "New" come with 12 months Currys/PC World Outlet warranty.

* Windows 8.1 64-bit (pre-installed), free upgrade to Windows 10
* Solid State Drive: 32 GB
* System memory standard: 2GB
* Graphics adaptor type: Intel® HD Graphics
* Wireless Technology: Bluetooth® 4.0 + LE
* Built-in stereo speakers with Toshiba Audio Enhancement
* Lithium-ion, 4 cell. Maximum life
* Dimensions W x D x H: 344 x 244.4 x 23.2 mm

Interfaces: 2x USB 2.0, 1x HDMI-out, 1x external Headphone (stereo) / Microphone combo socket, 1x USB 3.0, 1x integrated HD Web Camera with built-in stereo microphone, 1x SD™ card slot (SD™, SDHC™, SDXC™ supporting UHS-I, MMC)
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Says eMMC in the text description,
piece of junk

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hullu

Says eMMC in the text description,



Yep, big difference in terms of performance between a SSD drive and eMMC. This is the latter. Most sub 200.00 notepads ship with eMMC.
less powerful than an atom processor? hmm...
adamspencer95

less powerful than an atom processor? hmm...



it IS an atom processor. Intel started using celeron and pentium as brand name for atom processors

yes, daft isn't it.
cold because it's going to be a waste of money
speculatrix

it IS an atom processor. Intel started using celeron and pentium as brand … it IS an atom processor. Intel started using celeron and pentium as brand name for atom processorsyes, daft isn't it.



​i'll have to disagree, based on the same micro architecture as the new atoms yes (airmont/braswell), just like a pentium G3258 is based on the same architecture as a i7 4770k, completely different processors though. these days intel rely on product names like 'celeron, pentium, atom' to differentiate use cases for each performance level.

either way, it's performance is still extremely poor. im not quite sure how they managed to make it perform this badly, my old atom z3735g handily beats this.
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