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HP AMD A9 Processor, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 14" Full HDLaptop. John Lewis & Partners exclusive for £279.95
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HP 14-cm0026na Laptop, AMD A9 Processor, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 14" Full HD, Smoke Grey. I am after a new laptop, but I can't find any online reviews. So any advice please?

good find OP as above, for basic users this should be fine and the SSD will help responsiveness


Good price for JL, especially with 2 year warranty. Spec is low but with SSD should be fine for lite office and browsing/email (if you like lots of tabs open in your browser 4GB memory is on the low side.)

HP 250 G7 i5-8265U, 8GB Ram, 256GB SSD, 15.6" Full HD, Windows 10 Home Laptop £473.46 @ Ebuyer
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Noticed this HP laptop has dropped to £473 inc Super Saver delivery. Specs look good for the price. Mfr part code: 6MP21ES#ABU - Intel Core i5-8265U 1.6GHz - 8GB DDR4 + 256GB… Read more

Not to go into the whole Apple - bad debate, but watch some Louis Rossman vids on macbooks - they are not as premium as people think they are.


From my 12 years experience of repairing laptops, hp def not my fav manufacture but by far not worst. this looks good vaule for money, ain't bad price for spec. n it's not one of there bad chassis either... 95% of hp machines aren't premium... this def isn't but what u expect for sub £500. The drivers were more than likly the wifi cards manufactures not hp's....however we did get alot with wifi problems...if still having the issue with it 9/10 a bios update for ur model, from hp web site, sorts it.


That maybe true, but I still wouldn't but one, their software support isn't great. If it was just one I could have said it was a one of. But I had the same on two separate laptops. You may have had a different experience, I'd say you were lucky unless HP have upped their game


Get what you pay for? With the exception of Apple and some other niche brands, HP is the most premium laptop manufacturer.


I would buy another HP laptop ever, I've had problems with drivers. WiFi stops working, then forced to buy an external WiFi dongle because HP drivers were rubbish. on another HP laptop the hinge gave way. Basically you get what you paid for..

HP Stream 14-dg0521sa 14" Intel® Celeron™ Laptop - 64 GB eMMC, Grey £189 PC World
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Bargain price for a brand new laptop Not the fastest in the world but great for email and surfing.

Windows 10 will be horrible on this but Cloudready, (Chrome OS,) may be fine.


Tell her you have found a buyer for £100


These are not worth th money. Buy a real laptop. A second hand eBay refurb would be cheaper and more capable. My partner used hers for a month and then put it in a cupboard where it is growing cobwebs.


Not a bad price for this cloudbook. Heat added.

HP 14-cm0011na Laptop at John Lewis & Partnersreduced by £50 from today. Now £499.99 in store and on-line
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
HP 14-cm0011na Laptop, AMD Ryzen 5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 14” Full HD, Silver 2 year guarantee included Was £549.99 yesterday reduced to £499.99 this morning in store an on line … Read more

It may have been that price in Feb when you posted, but sometime after that date it went up to £549.99, which it was on-line on 9th April when I started looking at laptops. When I went in store on 10th the ticket price was £549.99, but the assistant noticed the price had dropped overnight when checking stock levels. I was just glad I hadn't ordered it on-line the day before. Although JL has a pricing policy that if the price drops within 28 days of purchase they will refund the difference, so I will keep monitoring the price for the next 4 weeks.


It's been at this price for the past 6+ weeks. I have posted it a while ago. Worth a reminder though https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-14-full-hdlaptop-amd-ryzen-5-quad-core-8gb-ram-256gb-ssd-amd-radeon-rx-vega-8-3-years-warranty-499-john-lewis-partners-3188148


Is the ram dual channel?


Non backlit, sorry. That's ok but I think this is still too pricey. Has been cheaper from AO previously.


I did see it, but have heard such poor reports about Curry's tech support and customer service, I'd prefer to go with John Lewis with it's 2 year warranty.

HP 14-cm0026na Laptop, AMD A9 Processor, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 14" Full HD, Smoke Grey £379.95 John Lewis & Partners
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
£100 off in John Lewis currently with 2 year warrrenty. Created with a battery that will provide up to 10 hours usage, a slim design and a AMD A9 processor, 4GB RAM and a 128GB So… Read more

Can you comment links to the better laptops please.


£279 is a good price currently for same spec but with Pentium CPU. So at £100 more for a roughly comparable CPU this is not a good price.


Considering you can get a ryzen 5 2500u, 8gb ddr4, 256gb ssd with full hd screen laptop for new for less than this at CCL this is very poor value

Refurbished HP Envy X360 Ryzen 5 8GB 128GB 13.3 Inch Touchscreen Laptop - £499.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Seems a good deal - I bought one when it was £530. 13.3 Inch Screen Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 2500U RAM - 8GB GB Operating System - Windows 10 Optical Drive - No optical drive… Read more
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Bought one of these, that are supposedly A1 graded, which by their own words means "as new". I didn't even manage to get through windows setup before the fan started to fail spectacularly, which brings into question whether they even test the "refurbished" systems they're selling, let alone refurbish them. Either that or they have extraordinarily low quality assurance standards. Have submitted a return request, will see where it goes from here. I would strongly urge avoiding this deal for the time being. Update: Still waiting for them to even action my return request, most likely gonna have to repair the laptop myself. Their customer support is the worst I have ever dealt with, they were faster to send me an email about upgrading to their extended warranty than they were to actually honour said warranty. Hopefully this will save someone a lot of time and money, especially someone without the knowledge to do laptop repairs for them self, as you'll receive no support from this company seemingly after they have your money.


How does it compare to this? https://m.dell.com/h5/m/r/outlet.euro.dell.com/Online/SecondaryInventorySearch.aspx?c=uk&cs=ukdfh1&l=en&s=dfh&sign=PXhcOSHtr1T4IOw%2fPR7UdZ0jsxLIYYQPtYdzE3kIzoZhFQHnt9CcKvjDVZyW2NyHQbIjGNG4aJrXv20%2bKD2SCOd5d6rYGbRBiXiUj5WTCdXakTjPNpuLjHP93tAE%2beds%2fxBCg1HrazEUCSiTROdb3%2bVvOA2d7m4RCadehu40R80%2fyMd5h8fZpOqnZcBnC4CS9er2bcx6DsuyEx4qYA9C17bh9yHXeGEma%2bn2pErnA5s6qsfhz%2f23lg%3d%3d


Mine came yesterday too, great machine. Does your capslock key occasionally flash when starting up then the computer doesn't boot? I've flashed a BIOS update over it this morning but can't test extensively because I'm at work. Also when in tablet mode if I tilt the device it sounds like the fan starts groaning.


Came today can't fault


SSDS are cheap at the minute. Could pickup a 500gb SSD for £50~ https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/western-digital-wds480g2g0a-wd-green-ssd-solid-state-drive-480-gb-internal-25-sata-6gbs-for-4499-delivered-amazon-uk-3206124 Ignore me it's m.2 apparently.

[Ex-Display A-Grade] HP OMEN 15 || i5-8300H || 8GB RAM || 1TB HDD & 128GB SSD || GTX 1060 for £699.98 @ SVP
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Details below. As title ex-display A Grade. 8th Gen i5 and 1060. Was 749.99 the other day but down £50. Seems like a bargain to me considering the spec and screen especially. 3 Mo… Read more

Seems like a good deal but not much heat here and still in stock. Wondering what do people think is wrong with that deal?


Such a great deal - and very happy with the laptop!


Amazing laptop!!


Great laptop, great price. ideal for my gaming needs as well as home study requirements. Def recommend!


This is great! Really good display & good deal

HP ENVY x360 Full-HD Convertible Laptop £641.52 @ HP Store. 12% off a range of laptops using code SAVE12
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
I bought this laptop for my wife in November for £650 and it's been fantastic. Very nice quality at a good price as long as you don't need a lot of storage. For general browsing, o… Read more

Just checked and deal is still active until midnight today. Not sure what you're seeing? You know you have to apply SAVE12 e-voucher right?


729GBP deal is off


Was this £600 on the HP store? I started looking around in September/October and it's been at £699 on the HP Store every time I've looked except for Black Friday. We bought ours from Amazon at £649 and the price has been as low as £649 or £640 if you include marketplace sellers according to camelcamelcamel. The build quality on this model is very good. The Pavilion range is certainly built to a price and best avoided IMO, but there's nothing wrong with the build quality on this laptop. Hinges are solid and smooth. Material quality is fantastic and compares favourably with more expensive laptops.


Is HP build quality good enough to risk £650 on a convertble? Or will it break or begin to fall apart at Warranty + 1 month?


It's not a bad spec, but it's not the best price, it's been £600 quite a few times in the past, I got the 15 inch version with better ram and more storage for £650 back in January. Worth nothing it's non expandable single channel ram with these, and it can only take one of the small ssds

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HP Pavilion 15-cw0994na AMD Ryzen 5 8GB 1TB 128GB SSD Laptop at BT Shop for £469
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
Specifications AMD Ryzen™ 5 2500U Quad-Core (2 GHz base frequency, up to 3.6 GHz burst frequency, 6 MB cache) 8 GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM (2 x 4 GB) Memory AMD Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics 1 … Read more

Pleased you are happy with it Woolman88 😃


Received laptop today. Laptop performs exceptionally well. My only criticism is that this model of Pavilion does not come with a backlit keyboard. Very happy with the purchase!


Thanks OP, just bought. The website shows that there are only 7 left!


I did. Returned it after couple of hours testing.


Been looking for a laptop. Would this be good for course work. The odd game and movies?

HP Pavilion 15-cw0997na - Ryzen 5 2500U, 8GB, 128GB SSD, FULL HD. White - with 3 year Care Pack and Deskjet Wireless Printer £489.02 HPUK
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
AMD Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics; B&O PLAY audio; HP Wide Vision HD Camera; HP Fast Charge

Have one of these and the only annoying thing is the quite high pitch of the fans, which seem to run all too often, even when I don't seem to be doing anything too strenuous on it? But decent machine to be fair. PAid around this money in CPCW, but no freebies and only 12 months Warranty, so HOT for the extras alone!


I have the 14inch HP with i5-8250U (integrated graphics) processor with same connections (including USB-C) and great battery. Screen (assuming same technology) has low brightness but great detail (1080p) and small bezel so the overall footprint is relatively small.


Keep an eye out for refurbs on Amazon - This was £100 less last week https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-pavilion-156-inch-laptop-5-8gb-ram-1tb-128gb-ssd-ryzen-5-2500u-refurb-38999-amazon-sold-by-electrical-deals-3201267 - There was only a couple available tho, I'm gutted I didn't get one.

HP 250 G7 - i5-8265U  8GB DDR4 + 256GB SSD 15.6" Full HD - FREE NEXT DAY DELIVERY* - Ebuyer (UK) £469.97
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HP 250 G7 i5 Laptop 6MP21ES
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Thank you so much for this, it was exactly the kind of easily-understandable explanation I needed! Off to browse now, and check out your links. Thanks again for such a detailed reply, it's much appreciated. (y)


Difference between Intel vs AMD is arguable - except perhaps four points: - * single-threaded performance is generally faster with Intel processors; * while generally multi-threaded performance is better with AMD processors; and * AMD processors are almost always superior in graphics performance, unless the laptop includes a separate (discrete) GPU (graphics processing unit); * and generally speaking, AMD processors are cheaper, which should translate to a cheaper pc/laptop. What this means for you is, go with either CPU, it shouldn't make much difference in your use-case. Unless you'll be doing some light-gaming or want an affordable yet fast machine, in which case, go with AMD Ryzen. However, in your use-case, even an Intel i3-8xxx or AMD Ryzen 3 should suffice, but to "future-proof" to some degree, then go with Intel i5-8xxx or Ryzen 5. Personally I would go with AMD, because Intel charge premium for other basic features on CPU's (such as virtualisation support, support for additional instruction set, and for hyper-threading support), and because Intel has a shady history (ninja) , with creepy business practices (pirate) and price fixing (devil) In terms of memory, I would also recommend at least 8gb of RAM (16gb would future proof), especially if you tend to have long browsing sessions (between restarts) or many multiple tabs open in your web browser. And probably the single most important thing of all should be a laptop with an SSD hard drive (solid-state (like flash memory) drive). In terms of amount of storage, ~240gb should be minimum, unless the laptop also comes with a separate mechanical (traditional) larger hard drive. Both of these seem pretty good value, although not sure about build-quality... * Lenovo V330 14" 8GB 256GB Ryzen 5 Laptop for £376 * HP 255 G7 Ryzen 3 8GB 256GB Full HD 15.6in Win10 Laptop for £330


What would you recommend that is better, brand new for around the 450 mark?


HP are sneaky in that they call their screens "SVA" panels which means "Standard Viewing Angle", i.e it's a TN display.


Please could someone explain to me, in pretty simple terms, what the difference is between an intel i5 processor and an AMD Ryzen 5 processor? What's GPU? Asking as I'm looking for a new Windows laptop but not really sure what spec or brand is best. I need it for browsing, emailing, saving photos, updating a blog/website, writing articles using Word, watching the odd video etc. Budget around £500 (preferably less if possible). I've been told I need intel i5-7xxx processor (i5-8xxx if poss), 8GB RAM and 256MB SSD drive as a minimum, and the cheapest one I can find at that spec is this one. Any good, do you think? https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/lenovo-v130-core-i5-7200u-4gb-256gb-ssd-dvd-rw-15.6-inch-windows-10-laptop-81hn00fauk/version.asp

HP Spectre x360 13 Convertible Laptop with Stylus, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 13.3" 4K Touch Screen, Black £1099.97 instore @ Currys
LocalLocalFound 15th MarFound 15th Mar
HP Spectre x360 13 Convertible Laptop with Stylus, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 13.3” 4K Touch Screen, Black. On clearance last one @ currys peterborough Also @ john lewis … Read more

I know that, I never said it does. I just use the best resolution on my laptop for typing or ppt and a 4K on my big screens with movies at the same time. My point is just because some people won’t benefit, other users will benefit from this. It’s like voting cold on a deal that isn’t useful for yourself but useful for others. Who needs an i7 in a small form factor? GCSE student no way. Lots of photographers and engineers who can.


The resolution of your laptop screen in no way determines the picture quality you output over casting devices


Not quite. If you’re media hungry and have a decent career, you can use 2K on your laptop screen while Miracast to a bigger screen. Great for presentations in lecture theatres or video in the background.


4k seems a silly option considering the tiny improvement in picture quality on such a small screen at the cost of battery life


Saying that..i had same issue with the first yoga c930 and had to return it for same reason. The new models at the start tend to have some problems..

HP Pavilion x360 14-ba104na, Touch screen, Intel® Core™ i5-8250U, 8Gb RAM, 256Gb SSD, 14 inch, FHD IPS Laptop (possibly £531) £589.99 @ Very
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
*** Possibly £531 with additional 10% off using MJWT7 (first credit order). Cheapest I can find *** Intel® Core™ i5-8250U (1.6 GHz base frequency, up to 3.4 GHz with Intel® Turbo … Read more

Many thanks for your inputs! Much appreciated!! (highfive)


Yes. I'm loving mine and so is the other half. Much better than my previous laptop. Great screen and keyboard is nice to type on. Love the face recognition to get in to Windows.


Any feedback after initial usage?


Can anyone recommend a pen that works with this?


Thanks. Ordered 2 from Amazon. One for me and one for the other half. Our previous laptops are quite old so they could do with renewing.

OMEN 15-dc1011na Gaming Laptop by HP. RTX 2070 Max-Q - £1671.12 with code at HP Shop
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
I've been looking for a gaming laptop for the last few weeks and have ended up with this. Nothing else can come near the price for a RTX 2070 (Max-Q) and this is looking to be one … Read more

Yeah, the keyboard got warm on the one I had, not too bad but warm enough, I had to undervolt it to get the temps down, is your as it is out the box? Looks like it runs fairly cool, cooler than i remember, it was just under heavy load it sounded like it had jet engines attached to cool it down.


Above is under benchmark so it's about as stressful as it can be. The metal above the keyboard gets very toasty and you can feel warmth from the keyboard. I've not done a stressful game over 2 hours as yet so couldn't say what it would be like after 14hr :P


Thank you, what's it like under heavy gaming?


So at 25% volume on the laptop you can just about hear the fan. its there but sounds like a breeze of air rather than a whirring blender noise. Typing this now the fans are on and I can clearly hear them with no sound as they continue to bring the temps down. They took about a minute to slow down to a very quiet level, 3 minutes to inaudible/off. Personally I'm more than happy with it, bearing in mind the horesepower it contains it copes very well.


I haven't checked the GPU temps during load but whilst you can hear the fans during resident evil 2 I wouldn't say that they were anywhere near maxing out. I'll have a play when I get chance and get you some data

HP 255 G7 Ryzen 3 8GB 256GB Laptop at Ebuyer for £329.98 (Free Next Working Day Delivery)
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HP 255 G7 Ryzen 3 8GB 256GB Laptop not a bad price for a Ryzen with as SSD

Yes I don’t know why everyone is getting excited. £40 more gets you the Lenovo equivalent with the Ryzen 5 quad-core and Vega 8 graphics. Vega 3 has just 3 CUs, barely even worth it! And the HP 255 is made of the cheapest, least durable materials known to man.


Yep, battery access is a pain but the other specs are very good, for new, at the price point (especially 256GB SSD and 8GB memory) so shouldn't need openning up for a couple of years at least (for that stupid battery).


Please remember the Ryzen 3 2200u is a dual core part with a very weak GPU. In terms of perf it's a bit faster than a UHD 620.


Bought thanks :D


so I bought this and there something everyone should know before buying: the battery and every thing else is sealed inside a case that's a right pain to open, so modifying this in any way is going to a massive pain, including changing the battery in a few years once it's warn down, i phoned support and apperently it's battery is part number is L11119-855, I was told to call the store to find out the price, who told me they couldn t find it and to contact a third party(it's about £25 on ebay btw) aside from that it's a decent laptop, tomb raider 2013 benchmark gets about 30fps on normal settings at 900p, 40fps on 720p and 20 fps on 1080p

HP ENVY x360 Ryzen 7/8GB RAM/512GB SSD - £899 w/code @ HP Store
Found 25th FebFound 25th Feb
HP ENVY x360 13-ag0003na Seems a great price for an exceptionally well reviewed 13” laptop. Excellent battery life too which will be beneficial to anyone looking a compact laptop … Read more

Don't get why this is so cold, this is a really good price for this laptop.


I hear that the 2500U version with Vega 8 will throttle less and produce better performance in the basic gaming that it can do. The GPU and CPU share one TDP limit. Whereas the regular Envy with the MX150 have separate TDPs to play with.


Expensive but when you consider the spec and size it’s all relative. Great price IMO!


Good laptop but very expensive.

HP 14-ck0599sa 14" Intel® Core™ i7 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Gold was £579 with voucher £521.10 PC World
Refreshed 24th FebRefreshed 24th Feb
Looks like a good deal for I7 14 inch Laptop

INTELI710 That offer code doesn’t exist. Try another if you have one. Does anyone have another offer code available that is working please?


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You can turn it off in the bios from constantly running.


Completely differnt class of machine and about a kilogram heavier. This is also quad core with 8 threads and will be faster if the cooling is up to.


Where do u put the promotional code in

HP Envy x360 Ryzen 5, 8gb, 128gb REFURBISHED Laptop 1yr HP warranty £538.52 at ebay / xsonly (account specific)
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
Using code TECH10 on Ebay - only for select accounts. Seems like a good deal for the price, considering that this laptop new would be around 700-800 from what I can see. Specific… Read more

Mine arrived yesterday as well. Just had time to try and set it up. Looks brand new, Have 10 months left on warranty. Will contanct Xsonly and see what they say. So far quite happy with it, just a major hassle trying to set it up, when your not that I.T. literate.


Yeah you should do! I was only menat to have 6 but that was with them not HP. Someone must have bought warranty with it when they got it.


Wow! You're quite lucky, after checking it seems I only have 7 months of warranty left! I'll think about contacting XSonly about that and see what they say, as it's advertised as 1 year warranty.


Check the warranty status on the HP website, i was surprised to find out i had 3 years! The previous owner must have paid for it!


Arrived this morning, and as it stands I'm extremely happy with it. Beautiful, fast laptop with zero signs of prior use.

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