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HP Spectre x360 15 Laptop with 3 years warranty £1804.04 @ Hp with code
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
HP Spectre x360 15 comes with HP 3 year warranty and if you use Voucher code CQ318AF21 you get 5% off on to of that if you go through quidco.com you get 4% cashback. so if you … Read more

Got the 2017 model, ok so far, no issues and considering that my fiance used the thing I will say really good build quality.


Laptops are pretty expensive but you can get an 8th gen i5 laptop with 8gb ram for about £500. Whether or not that is worth the money is up to you to decide.


Been watching videos this week of the high failure rate in Dell XPS laptop - they start about £1200 now and go up over 2 grand. People get faults with them - they just stop working - have to send them back to Dell for repair and often are getting someone else's so-called 'refurbished' laptop back - often with scratched lids, cases, even finger-prints behind the screen... and all this within the first 12 months of having forked out the silly money for such laptops. Or people on Lenovo forums having bought expensive Yoga machines and saying that they are being driven by excessively loud fan noise - and seemingly no interest from Lenovo in acknowledging the problem let alone fixing it. Sadly, even low specced laptops are now £500 to £600. It is crazy. I did want to buy a decent laptop but my mindset is coming around to buying the cheapest possible.


Yep the fools paying a way high price for mobile phones is whats doing it, phones costing the same as a good/fair spec laptop (i put the blame on Apple) just getting greedy now but people will still pay it just to have the newest phone


The price of laptops is going crazy - absolutely nuts whether it is Dell, Lenovo, HP, etc. Even the cheaper brands are now ramping their prices. Worse, having been reading the support forums in recent weeks the reliability and build quality of these things is bordering on atrocious IMP. Vote cold not just for silly price but because OP did not put 'laptop' in the deal so I only came across this by chance.

14 inch HP Stream 14-ax000na 4GB 32GB Cloudbook laptop for only £175 at Tesco
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Found this while looking for any new clearance deals on Tesco direct. Looks like it's on offer at £195 but there's a coupon you can apply making it £175.also noticed you get £40 of… Read more

Not with this, I have it and there is no room left to update for even the update files to install. Tried deleting literally everything on the laptop and it states I still need 8gb. This laptop physically does not have enough space to update. I ended up on the phone to. MS to see if I could install the updates to an sd card in the laptop but they said no and you can't partition the sd card to merge with the internal storage like android either so you can update it. Total waste of money and should be pulled from shelves as its not fit for purpose going forward.


States ' we no longer sell this product'?


Good deal, but honestly these are garbage. It's not just the 32gb storage that's the issue, the cpu I just not up to the task.


You can update windows 10 using a USB hard drive


Windows 10 takes up so much of the available 32GB that no further updates from 2017 onwards can be installed - I bought this and haven’t used it - useless non upgradable garbage from HP ..

Refurb Grade A HP Elitebook 820 G1 12.5" Laptop i5-4300U 180GB SSD Window 10 Carry Case Sign up for 10% off £209.99 @ Itzoo
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
HP Elitebook 820 G1 12.5" Laptop i5-4300U 180GB SSD Window 10 Carry Case Refurb Grade A Laptop Yes I know its not exactly the latest and greatest. HOWEVER I bought one of these f… Read more

We had these in work for a free years, good machines, but using Lenovo x270 now and much prefer it.


Not a bad price - perfect for the kids to do their homework on it! Have some heat.


Well, if you want to stuff a 1TB SSD in one of these be my guest! Jokes aside I run a 256GB (or 128 on some) for OS and 500GB for other stuff (media) that I might want when travelling, things I don't want to blow the SSD space on. I think calling it a '4 year old laptop' is doing it a disservice, it is 4 years old (or 1-2 in the case of the G3) but they have barely changed, performance is good, battery life is good, slim, light and super-durable: these are for all intents, proper business-grade ultrabooks. To be honest, Dell are my number 1 manufacturer as well, all my other machines are Dell, but the HP 820 has really changed my opinion of them. As to drivers, Windows 10 picks up just about everything itself, all I recommend for the HP is the touchpad driver as the 'PalmCheck' thing is really annoying and disables the touchpad for 2-3 seconds if you are typing. Also, to anyone consider the G3, it is slimmer, lighter and has B&O sound but (and it's a big one) they changed the design and the base now needs 11 screws removed, so it's vastly harder to open up, takes the HP slim pin charger (weaker design), runs DDR4 (good or bad) and will not easily accept SSD and HDD. Therefore the G2 may be the best option as it improves on the G1 but still has the single screwless service hatch.


Good points well made, but who needs an SSD and a separate HDD in 2018?! If you’re a power user looking at that sort of internal space requirement, you definitely won’t be looking at 4 year old refurbs! The Lenovo trackpad is awful, I’ll give you that! After 10 years of battling with these types of laptops for about 2000 users, the Dell would be my pick every time. Things like driver support are a world above HP and Lenovo


The Latitude E7240 is pretty good but only has an mSATA bay whereas the HP will take HDD and SSD - I only have some E7440 which are obviously bigger hit still really good. The Dell lids are a bit dent-prone too. The Lenovo X240 (and T440) has the worst touchpad ever, it’s this odd thing where the entire surface clicks down but you probably know that, I and many others couldn’t get on with it. HP offer an IPS and FHD panel but the stock one is not great (it’s usable though).

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HP 11.6” spectrum sleeve for Hp stream - £2 instore Sainsbury’s
LocalLocalFound 19th MayFound 19th May
Haven’t got the laptop but have just purchased an 11.6” Acer Chromebook. Popped into Sainsbury’s and found this. Checking the ticket it was reduced to clear at £2!?!?!

Any 13.3" ones?


They had this on clearance a couple of years ago too (!) - fits the XPS 13 nicely!

14" HP Laptop - i5-8250U​​ / 4GB RAM / 256GB SSD / Full HD £449 + **NOW with  £50 Cashback** @ AO (3 colours to choose from / Free McAfee Internet Security / More in OP)
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*Update 23/05/18 - Now has £50 Cashback available Been a little cheaper a a few weeks ago (about £10 less) but at £449 i think this is still a good offer for those that missed… Read more
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Hey, thanks superfamking. Guess I've just been unlucky. AO are really good with customer service and will let me return it. 3rd times the charm?? I wouldn't go with HP if there were any other manufacturer's laptops out there with similar specs.


I bought the gold one for my daughter.....yes it's plasticky all over so not exactly a premium feel, but it isn't rattling like yours, Everything seems nice, solid and well fitted


Great little laptop! Bought it for my daughter and opened it this morning to stick in another 4gb ram and a 120Gb ssd I had lying around.... really impressed with it, so the build quality isn't quite there, but on performance it beats my £1400 i5 7th gen HP Spectre x360.


Good spec for the price but... I'm on my second and the case construction is atrocious; It rattles. If you tap the touch pad, rattle, tap the case rattle. I've never come across such a rattly poorly made case. Returned the first one as I thought it was a bad batch but the second was worse. I'm going to return again. it's just too bargain basement. Does anyone have a really rattly one? I got the gold one. If it's not as bad in silver or red I may go for that. Screen is good but a bit dim. The power is more than enough to run steam and I tested it with binary domain at full settings which works absolutely fine. Never expected to be able to game on this but it is quite capable for older titles. Start up is quick and it can easily run multiple Apps. Can't get anything for this spec elsewhere.


Yes I tend to have several tabs and/or programs opent once (usually just office and Chrome though, occasionally using work related software ActiveInspire or Smart Notebook).

REFURB: HP ELITEBOOK 820 G1 12.5" LAPTOP I5-4310U 180GB SSD WINDOW 10 CARRY CASE - £207 with code @ IT ZOO
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
Seems like a decent price for a ssd laptop. £20 off if you don’t need Windows 10. Use code: SPRING10 for 10% off.

"Subscribe To Our Newsletter Now and Get 10% Discount - use it today or save it for later!". This should also be possible..


Maybe a project for a Hackintosh? https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-hp-probook-elitebook-zbook-using-clover-uefi-hotpatch.232948/


Oops sorry - will update if the moderators haven’t already.


It's used, refurb. Not mentioned in title or description

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Pricing error on HP´s website!! HP Stream 14-ax000na Laptop (Aqua Blue) for £149 / £134.10 with code CLEAR10P
Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
Looks like a pricing error on HP´s website!! Should be £199 I've just bought two and received shipping confirmation. :)

Now £249!


Savages wouldnt have been the word i’d have used... too many letters


Thank op ordered yesterday


Nice find clearly a glitch - heat from me x


lmao XD

Refurb HP Notebook Full HD 14" i5-7200U 4GB 128SSD (possible 512GB) Windows 10 Laptop - £329.97 @ laptopsdirect
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Take out a which trial to get a £10 off voucher! Description also says 512GB SSD! Also black here - https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/refurbished-hp-14-bp069sa-14-intel-core-i5-… Read more
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Don’t buy their refurbs ! I bought a 800 quid monitor from them(refurbished ), after 6 months it broke and they refused to repair or replace it. I had to raise a sec75 claim with my credit card. Luckily Acer has decent support and replaced it for me despite being refurbished, so I eventually dropped the claim .They are an absolute joke of a business


I emailed them to ask about the SSD drive size and it comes with 128GB.


Wouldn't touch this company, bought a refurb chromebook and was obviously untested return, screen fault manifested after a couple of hours. Lousy customer service too.


Can this play Crysis?


Can anyone point me in the direction of a 15.6" laptop at a good price made by a reliable company that would be suitable for playing games on,not top games that are the most graphic intensive

HP Pavilion x360 Core i3 7th Gen convertible laptop with 8GB Ram and 128GB SSD in gold and silver £399 with code @ HP
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Original price is £549, there is a £150 saving by applying voucher code PAVILION150 which will discount it to £399
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oh interesting, yeah 15 inch screen and it's only 720p or whatever. But the CPU scored 7700 on passmark so I figured it was good.


Was it a 15 or 17 inch? You can often find them for that price either in sales or refurbished deals such as the Dell Outlet. It is when you come down below 15 inch screens that you get a huge spike with prices. But the manufacturers and retailers are taking the mick now offering i3, 128GB drives and 4GB of memory in laptops but then wanting circa £500 for them.


Yeah, I got one 6 years ago that's an i7, 8gb ram, 1tb HDD, I swear I only paid £350 brand new! Seems crazy n


No, none near that price. I was just making the point that Intel has controlled the CPU market for computers for so long that they have been able to maintain a high premium for CPU's whilst actually giving us very little in performance gain for a good 10 years now. This is now very obvious when, for the first time in a decade Intel has competiton from AMD, that Intel is suddenly capable of bringing out a new CPU range that is 50% faster than last generation chips. Look at i3 laptops now - they are reducing the size of the hard disks in them, reducing the size of the RAM, et are still asking for £400 to £600 for i3 laptops. Ludicously expensive. /rant over.


No, no, I get you, wasn't having a go, was just asking if you had seen any as I'm in the market for something for simple stuff. Thought you might know.

(Students) HP OMEN Accelerator Shell £166.32 (+ 3 Year Warranty) External GPU Dock USB-C  with HDD / SSD Slot @ HP Store
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
£189 with Student Account but if you build a bundle with HP 3 Year Care Pack with Pickup and Return Service, price is £166.32 delivered. Product codes: 1QY70EA + UC994Ex 1 … Read more

TOP MAN!!!! ;)


should work in any board with a TB3 header, most mid-high x99 and z170 boards from the larger brands do (asus, gb, asrock)


Hmm, as far as I can tell all these add-in cards need a TB header on your motherboard as well as PCI-E 4x. If so they're not compatible with generic motherboards, but I haven't seen anyone try them without the header. Of course my old system doesn't have it but it's also too good to throw out, dual sandybridge xeons!


https://www.scan.co.uk/products/gigabyte-gc-alpine-ridge-10-card-thunderbolt-3-certified-add-in-card little pricey but not bad. Honestly with the cost of a dock making a new build entirely wouldn't be that much. something not ancient but still very capable... i7-3930k's (6core 12thread) are regularly under 100 on ebay, x79 boards can be difficult to find but not very. still DDR3 so you wont have to spent a grand on 16gb of ram (and probably have some ddr3 lying around already) and have a card running at full 16x without a bottleneck. if you're interested in looking into an overhaul, message me what you have and i can show you an idea of how much you could improve it on the cheap than just using this for a temporary boost (if your cpu/ram/hdd don't bottleneck it even more than the 4x limitation)


Overview section: "Compatible with Windows®-based PCs with Thunderbolt™ 3 port."

HP Spectre x2 12-c001na i7 8gb 512GB SSD Detachable Laptop & 3 Year Care Pack - £1,099.00 (with code) @ HP
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Seems like a possible alternative to a surface pro. My daughter has a surface pro 4 and this seems to be roughly equivalent in most respects. This sounds like a good price to me … Read more

Wow. Thanks very much for the advice ... Spectre has just arrived. Beautiful packaging ... shame to open. I will take my time as my Acer to decommision still works fine ..once the anti-virus dies it's updating et al ;) Will take my time and get it right ... Initial inspection as to design and feel is fabulous. Thanks again


Formatting is dead easy. All you need is windows 10 on a stick (easily done), the drivers from HP site and you’re ready to go. The windows key is hardware related now, so once you install win10 and you connect to the internet is going to activate all buy itself. Software, from HP, I only have the drivers which is more than ok. Third parties, I have all the adobe suite , netbeans, eclipse and so much more. Browser, I only use Firefox. System optimisation is “playing” with the path for temporary folders, the way it handles the memory and so on. No antivirus !!! Absolutely no antivirus, as all of them slow system down. I only use the windows one(defender) and I’ve always been fine. And I go on dodgy sites, but I am careful with the content that lies on my computer. That’s all. If you want to optimise your win 10, there is great site (somehow forgot it’s name , but google it and it should come up within the 3-4 result) . The optimisation that I am talking about is the same I was using on win xp and I’ve done it in all the computers that I have installed or repaired so far. Hope it helps!!!


You'd think that IT companies would avoid naming their products after the biggest exploits of the century... (lol)


After much deliberation over 2in1s these last few months I've gone with this deal. Ticks my needs.. If you don't mind sinless can you provide a bit more on the reformat and key s/w choices. Also love to know your system optimisation.


I am using one, although it’s a better one, i7 8th generation and Nvidia mX150. It’s good, sometimes the fan could be loud, it’s not on all the time. Only when you have loads of apps running, that’s when it starts to spin the fan. Last night I had about 10 folders opened, files all over the place, net beans, eclipse and dream weaver, outlook and a few Mozilla tabs. It was fine. One thing I did though, day 1. Formatted and installed with my choices and software, plus a small system optimisation. Running win 10 pro on it and it flies ....

HP EliteBook 840 G1 14-inch Ultrabook (Intel Core i5 4th Gen, 8GB Memory, 180GB SSD) £319.90 Sold by MicroDream Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
HP EliteBook 840 G1 14-inch Ultrabook (Intel Core i5 4th Gen, 8GB Memory, 180GB SSD, WiFi, WebCam, Windows 10 Professional 64-bit) (Certified Refurbished) 14-inch… Read more

Hi all, I've actually got an 840 g1, i5, 16gb ram, 256gb ssd for sale if anyone is interested. Looking at getting £300 net (Not sure if you are allowed to do this, but it seems like a much better deal than the amazon one)


Ebay/ gumtree if you’re in london. Look for hp 840 g2 and you must find it.


This is flawed judgement. As i said most of elitebooks come with TN even full hd ones. You are comparing a hp business with a consumer dell inspiron. Why don’t you compare same ranges to see what dell/lenovo offers? 800, 1000 series are the top range of HP offering. Build quality i can’t argue with that. The screens of HP unless you pay huge premium are utter rubish. Check reviews... Across 2 years I have owned 1x 820 g2, 3 x 1040 g3( this is hp latest notebook business flagship with rrp> £1500 still have one) , 1x 840 g2 still own one. Not even the 1040 is coming with IPS Screen. If you want IPS aka better screen you check serial before you buy at least on a used one. I have had 2 top range ddells too and couple of lenovos carbon x1 and all of them came with very decent screens. I am fussy about screens/ keyboard the actual whole mqchibe because of the work i do and if can afford i will get the best. Would always buy a used business top range laptop against a new consumer laptop. Warranty is way better. They usually last infinte, depending on abuse, better components, not that flashy, and very easy upgrade, rugged chassis... and could go on forever. Don’t ask why i don’t buy sMac books...


Hi. How/where are you selling your G2? Looks interesting. Thanks. Paul.


This is the one i got, he doesnt seem to have any more for sale at the moment but could always add him to sellers list etc: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HP-EliteBook-820-G1-12-5-128GB-SSD-Intel-Core-i5-4310U-2-0GHz-4GB-W10-PRO/253476828150?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649

HP 14-bp066sa  laptop 14" £148.97 @ Currys - instore
LocalLocalFound 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Found at currys @ Erdington clearance so your buying the display, not the best but may good for a backup laptop Intel® Celeron™ Processor N3060 RAM: 4 GB / Storage: 64 GB eMM… Read more

Yes I have the copper and ash grey one, that actually looks black and gold. People are different, just like everyone had different cars and under wears preference is different, so too with devices. Great that you are happy with your choices, that's what matters after all and not what some random chap like me on the internet thinks. Have a nice day. Check out the Lenovo led wireless projectors, they are pretty decent and cheap. If you want more higher end them go laser projector (Xiaomi) ultrashort throw. They work with laptops, android phones and iPhones and Mac. But totally wireless the Lenovo cheap one and no input ports. Unlike the costlier Xiaomi laser projector which had ports.


Maybe you didn't keep your air in your handbag.


I’ve absolutely no idea, but they have been making the Air for around a decade with relatively few failures. Is it something you are plugging into it maybe?


Put your handbags away gentlemen lol everyone is such a prissy bitch on here how do you explain my brand new macbook air logic board breaking after 6 months and again 7 months later...


As far as Windows machines go, the Spectre is very nice. I thought the black and gold one looked stunning. Having actually handled one though, I honestly think it felt a bit creaky compared to a MBP. I also really hate Windows after switching to macOS as well, it’s really frustrating in comparison. I only switched to Macs about 3 or 4 years ago, had used Windows in it's various guises since 1994 when I got my first ‘proper’ PC. I still use Windows at work sadly, so really can make direct comparisons. As I mentioned earlier, I’m not a typical ‘Apple folk’ - in my experience they tend to have an iPhone, and perhaps a Granny Smiths! I have 3 Macs, because I love using them, an iPad Pro because it’s the best tablet money can buy, but use an Android phone because iPhones are awful in my opinion and experience.

Refurbished HP 15-bs158sa: 15.6" 1080p, i5-8250U, 4GB RAM, 1TB HD £349.97 - Laptops Direct
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
£50 cheaper than the one that went OOS from PC World a couple months ago: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/full-hd-latest-8th-gen-hp-15-bs158sa-156-laptop-399-pc-world-2874340 S… Read more

Voted hot,just a shame you have to pay to extend the warranty up to 12 months as only 3 months is given.Although you are covered ....Full electrical cover. Parts , labour and courier for £29.97.Thats £3.33 pm for the extra 9 months which i think is still worth it..

HP Spectre x360 15" / 8th Gen i7 / MX150 2GB / 8GB RAM / 512GB SSD + 3 year care pack @ HP Store - £1259.10
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
Recently got this laptop on the CeX laptop lottery for a good price and noticed this deal today, which is a great deal for a laptop only released about 3-4 months ago with latest i… Read more
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picked up a 8250u for £150


No, it was an inspiron 5000 series but not a 2 in 1. Build quality is great but doesn't feel as premium as HP Spectre or Macbook Pro (we looked at both before buying the Dell). She's not that keen on the keyboard compared to her old mac book, but 80% of the time she's using it with a high def 27inch monitor and keyboard she picked up for around £100 and the spec of the Dell blasted anything else for the price range.


Was it the 5000 series 2-in-1? If so, I ordered one too and returned it. Screen was awful and build quality meh. Cannot beat HP Spectre build quality for the money.


Pretty much all of their laptops listed on their site have the wrong description, wrong model number, wrong screen size etc or the condition is poor. I returned 6 before getting this one!


Was that a 2in1 with the sex appeal?

HP Spectre x360 13-ac052na 2 in 1 - Ash Silver £675.97  at Currys
Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
Good specs 2 in 1 laptop: Technical specifications for HP Spectre x360 13-ac052na 2 in 1 - Ash Silver SPECIFICATION Processor … Read more

Sorry for the late response, my brother managed to collect for me despite the snow and turned out to be new and sealed so maybe they have at least the display model still left


I can’t believe you can’t contact a local branch. Currys are such a bad company for customer service! Anyone any wiser on the Mansfield situation? Not managed to get due to the snow


Do they not only hold them to end of next working day? (ie, today?) I've one reserved but cant pick it up until tomorrow eve and it "expires" tonight :( And of course, no way to contact local branch


there will be one availabe come Friday in Chesterfield as I am not able to collect due to snow managed to get one from Chester which was new boxed. Not sure if it will be ex dispaly though.


Expect to see some flooding eBay put up by gleeful employees.

Seems like a decent deal? HP 17.3 Inch AMD A9 8GB 1TB Laptop - £449.99 @ Argos
Found 25th FebFound 25th Feb
Just seen this and thought for the price looked decent but im no expert. AMD A9 a9-9420 dual core processor. 3GHz processor speed. 8GB RAM DDR4. 1TB HDD storage. Hard drive s… Read more
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So I bought this laptop. And it will be going back! So slow and unresponsive. It’s unbelievable just how bad is it. My 10 year old acer is quicker.


"No ssd" posters out in force again (*sigh). Currently in need of a laptop for around this budget. Needs to fit everything I currently have on my current laptop (500+gb) on it. Something like this will fit a lot of peoples needs, If you can find any deals better for us that are better please let me know (with links)


It's 100% certain I can as I work as an IT refurbisher :)


That’s a much better decision if you can take the smaller screen. Though just look at the differences between 7th and 8th gen CPUs before you jump in as 8th will be mainstream soon and the prices will drop to what this is (month or two at a guess).


Comments here are good i have learned a lot from this thread and i am now looking at this deal -https://www.ebuyer.com/805723-hp-250-g6-i7-laptop-2sy44es-2sy44es-abu

HP EliteBook 2170p laptop,Core i7-3687u 2.1ghz, 8gb ram,1 tb hdd,Windows 7 - £145 @ebay (seller spinnakermanagement)
Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
HP 2170p Elitebook Netbook laptopIntel core i7-3687U processor2.1ghz processor speed8gb DDR3 Ram 500gb HDD Webcam Wireless Battery life- 1.5 hours + Fully loaded with Windows 7 P… Read more

I Don't disagree that there is more to look at I got an old i5 Lenovo t430 and with a 120ssd it's perfect for daily tasks. my original point was and still is people need to get over the i7,i5,i3 banding as it's just Intel's marketing making a difference and in that respect benchmarking does give you an idea what it will handle. I would say 3k is alot it's 60% more power then the old i5 as for models first results on Wikipedia for i7 page and lowest price i3 for now ;)


I never go on benchmarks alone as things like taking advantage of optimised instructions can give massive skewed gains (it may be too far back but remember when MMX came out in the late 90s and benchmarks showed it was miles faster but it wasn’t as things didn’t tap into it for a while). Either way, 3000 difference (without knowing what chips you compared) isn’t a lot in the scheme of things The biggest single change in PCs in the last decade has been SSDs, that will make a 10 year old PC fee quicker than a brand new one with a mechanical drive. That’s why I don’t think an older i7 is a bad thing at all, it’s just not necessarily better than an i3 or i5 from the same generation.


The low spec 09 i7 is 5k and low spec 17 i3 is 8k benchmark isn't perfect but 3k is alot


Actually a first gen i7 quad-core probably wouldn’t be far off a 7th gen i3 as they haven’t really improved things that much, mostly power optimisation and instruction optimisation, IPC hasn’t gone up that much due to low competition. Ignoring what Passmark says anyway, in the real world, there’s been no massive improvements.



HP EliteBook 2560p Core i7 2620M, 4GB RAM 320GB RAM, Windows 7 Pro Laptop G.B Ready To Use Out The BoxWarranty + Charger Included £143.99 @ ebay / tier1-outlet
Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
Processor: Intel® Core i7 2620M @ 2.70GHz RAM/Memory: 4GB DDR3 Hard Drive: 320GB HDD Optical Drive: DVD-RW Screen: 12.5" 1366x768 Integrated Wifi: Yes Graphics: Intel® … Read more

One left... fugly.


in stock 1 left




HDD :)


320GB RAM????? HOT!

HP Spectre x360 13-ae005na Convertible Laptop 3 Year Care Pack  £1287.07 with code @ HP Store
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Was £1499, then £1399, now £1287.07 with voucher code representing a saving of £211.92 based on the original HP price. John Lewis do the same laptop with their own 3 year guarantee… Read more

EEEEK - that's a huge jump, the US and Australia sell them with the 16GB/512GB SSD combo most of the time, from what I remember it's plausible to upgrade the SSD down the track but you're stuck with ram as it's hard-wired to the board and can't be upgraded.


Sadly they don't offer this combination; to get 16GB ram you also have to have a 1TB SSD which sends the price up to £1563.07 which is a hike too far IMO.


Looking at the board configuration I'd wager this has something to do with trying to get rid of boards that have 8gig fixed (I believe they'd be making them with 8gig and 16gig fixed and that's about it). 8gig is too limiting now, Chrome can chew through that alarmingly quickly and it's well within the usage expectation of the laptop over its defined life that this will become a problem for ordinary users. I'd be interested to see if this deal can be had for the 16gig model (with the ram-price difference only but discounts intact). I was spec'ing this system for someone in Australia a few weeks ago and we couldn't get it under the equivalent of about £1900 for the 16gig model (they only have a GST (VAT) of 10% but everyone jacks prices up horrendously there, even more so than the UK).


Should be 32gb RAM and ddr5 really


That’s disappointing. I had read from somewhere that it would be ‘well under £1000. The Asus looks good but I’m after a predominant tablet experience. I had a surface pro but poor battery life and flickering screen were a problem. I’m not even after a mobile experience. I just want a decent windows 10 tablet, with all day battery and a great handwriting experience. Currently rocking an iPad Pro but really need better access to outlook groups especially group calendars (the iOS groups app is terrible)

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    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

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  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

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