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Viglen touchscreen convertible IPS panel i5-8250u 8gb RAM, 256GB SSD laptop, £431.99 delivered using code @ Laptopoutlet Ebay
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Viglen touchscreen convertible IPS panel i5-8250u 8gb RAM, 256GB SSD laptop, £431.99 delivered using code @ Laptopoutlet Ebay

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Posted 31st Jan

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Not as good as the black friday price but this is a very solid spec laptop and is a convertible touchscreen.

Previous discussions about this particular brand and quality can be found here:


hotukdeals.com/dea…767


This has a solid aluminium build, with fingerprint sensor and backlit keyboard. Its got a quad core 8 thread CPU although last generation.

the price is very reasonable for the specs.

Condition Status Brand New
Type Convertible 2-in-1 Laptop/Tablet
Brand Viglen
MPN VUBW10HOME
Screen Size13.3 in
Maximum Resolution1920 x 1080
RAM Size 8 GB
SSD Capacity 256GB
Storage Type SSD (Solid State Drive)
Processor Intel Core i5 8th Gen.
Speed 1.60 GHz
Operating System Windows 10
Operating System Edition Home
Graphics Processing Type Integrated/On-Board Graphics
Primary Drive No DVD Drive
Backlit Keyboard Yes
Touchscreen Yes
Custom Bundle No
Hardware ConnectivityHDMI, USB 3.0
ColourGrey
Most Suitable For Casual Computing
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year
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Most suited for casual computing? I would have rated those specs as better than than the ability to do office and facebook....
JamieBeveridge31/01/2020 17:52

Most suited for casual computing? I would have rated those specs as better …Most suited for casual computing? I would have rated those specs as better than than the ability to do office and facebook....


It’s funny how they market these isn’t it? That processor can hold its own on most cpu intense tasks.
Got this for £399.99 short while back + Quidco . Still a good price for very good specs
Very good price even it was £399 before. However, hit and miss, lots of people received these as new and they came with some issues. Didn't want to take the risk, just ordered an Asus Zenbook for the same price from Amazon Warehouse, hope I will get it new.
LoL Viglen. I didn't know they did Laptops. Only recently found out they were still around.
sheffield78831/01/2020 18:51

Very good price even it was £399 before. However, hit and miss, lots of …Very good price even it was £399 before. However, hit and miss, lots of people received these as new and they came with some issues. Didn't want to take the risk, just ordered an Asus Zenbook for the same price from Amazon Warehouse, hope I will get it new.


I'd be wary from the comments on the other post. I did order last time, but ultimately cancelled.
Do these guys do a bigger screen ?
5lugger31/01/2020 22:13

I'd be wary from the comments on the other post. I did order last time, …I'd be wary from the comments on the other post. I did order last time, but ultimately cancelled.


Yes, I was quite tempted TBH but the comments were not great. The laptop was listed as new, but by the comments posted was clear it was 'almost new' or new customer returns with some faults so this put my off. I am hoping Amazon has a different standard of what 'used-like new' means, I will see tomorrow when I will get mine.

If you're still looking for a good laptop, I think this Amazon Warehouse deal is a bargain, the 20% off ends tonight. Ordered mine 'used-as new' instead of 'used-good', paid £442, however 2 people received the 'used-good' ones and it seems they are new or immaculate:

hotukdeals.com/dea…144
Edited by: "sheffield788" 31st Jan
sheffield78831/01/2020 22:49

Yes, I was quite tempted TBH but the comments were not great. The laptop …Yes, I was quite tempted TBH but the comments were not great. The laptop was listed as new, but by the comments posted was clear it was 'almost new' or new customer returns with some faults so this put my off. I am hoping Amazon has a different standard of what 'used-like new' means, I will see tomorrow when I will get mine.If you're still looking for a good laptop, I think this Amazon Warehouse deal is a bargain, the 20% off ends tonight. Ordered mine 'used-as new' instead of 'used-good', paid about £25 more, however 2 people received the 'used-good' ones and it seems they are new or immaculate:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/used-very-good-asus-zenbook-s-ux391ua-1080p-13-laptop-intel-i5-256-gb-m2-8gb-ram-41973-at-amazon-warehouse-3397144


Only experience I've had with nearly new / refurb is with argos on ebay, both items were basically new. Hopefully you'll find Amazon are just as good
Has this got a spare 2.5" hard drive bay?
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