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HP Omen 870-270na Core i5-7400 8GB 1TB + 128 GB SSD GeForce GTX 1070 Windows 10 Gaming Desktop £757.97 at Laptops Direct
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Seems to be a decent price given the high prices of GPUs. I hope it helps someone! Championship-caliber performance Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GTX or AMD RX graphics, plus o… Read more

Being an OEM 1070 will make it one of the less desirable cards on the used market. Tbh this doesn't seem all that amazing of a deal; laptops direct have had the same CPU+ram+HDD+1060 6GB for as low as £580. Upgrading a 1060 to a 1070, and throwing in £20's worth of SSD doesn't seem like it's worth ~£170 extra. On a related note, has anyone noticed the increased volume of GPU sales on eBay? Has the market finally peaked?!


Mate can I upgrade the ram and would you recommend upgrading to an i7 for video production? I'm new to PC, bored of Macbook :0


I bought this for 698 on the ebay deal, from argos and it is a solid PC. Literally no complaints apart from small ssd, if you want a good gaming pc for cheap get it


Yea snap. Running 1440p on 27in, i5 4670k unclocked.... no issues on any game ultra


Oops silly me!

HP 15-bs158sa 15.6" Laptop Intel Core i5 4GB RAM 1TB HDD Windows 10 Full HD- Grade A- Retail Boxed refurb 12M Warranty £339.99 @ ebay homeandgardenltd
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
12 Months Warranty Intel Core i5-8250U @1.6GHz Intel HD Graphics 620 Full HD 1920 x 1080 Windows 10 Home 64-bit Bluetooth 4.2 HP TrueVision HD Camera Multi-touch trackpad Read more

It is IPS?


Still showing 2 available at the moment for me with the most recent link


Gone also


There was only one in stock which I purchased through the student computers link. The ebay on was ended as soon as I made my purchase so I am guessing that studentcomputers and the ebay seller are on and the same. At the moment there are 2 available on ebay for £299.99 with a make an offer see link


all gone, but great find

CYBERPOWER Syber VR PC - GTX 1070, i5-6600K, 1TB HDD, Windows 10  £760.79 @ Currys (eBay)
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
I posted this about a month or so ago at over £120 more and a fair amount of people seemed to think it was good value. It is now a lot cheaper. Specifications: Processor: Intel… Read more

Ohh nice so it did indeed come with a xb1 controller. It did say in the feature list Other features: Xbox One Controller, Steam-enabled but I just thought that meant it was compatible with XB1 controllers so I didn't bother including it in the description.


Arrived today , includes a mini keyboard and a windows Xbox controller, happy days, running sweet as nut , Fortnite getting downloaded the now !


When Sony or Microsoft go to AMD, they tell them "We want you to design us a custom motherboard with graphics, CPU, memory etc. we're looking at paying $XX for each chip" AMD can go away, look at their CPU and Graphics technology and build custom chips for them that strip away features that will never be used in a console. They can solder the chips straight into the board so don't have to provide features and connectors that ensure it will plug into thousands of different motherboards. Lots of little things they can trim off in a specialized custom console that'll save them lots of money. Then you've the fact that they can sell 75 million of these things. That's a dedicated factory line that can just keep churning out units nonstop without expensive retooling and downtime you get when switching between products. That's more money saved. Finally they sell these chips direct to the console manufacturers who themselves then sell the consoles at a tiny markup (or even a loss). Game stores also have a very tiny markup on consoles, making most their money on games. Compare this to a graphics card where AMD sell the chips to someone like Gigabyte who build the graphics card, sell it at a heavy markup to Ebuyer, who slap on their own markup. Lastly, these PCs are many times more powerful than games consoles but there are a few factors which may not make this clear in direct comparisons: -Compressed youtube swallows up a lot of fine detail. -There is diminishing returns in graphics, it takes increasing amounts of power for slighter visual upgrades. -Most games are designed for console limitations then ported to PC nowadays. PC gets better resolutions, frame rate, better textures and some nice graphical effects but it doesn't change it being designed for weaker systems so it doesn't take full advantage of the extra power. "PC First" games like The Witcher 3 look significantly better on PC but Assassins Creed or FIFA generally get a frame rate and resolution boost but not much else.


Absolutely spot on. I have a Xbox one x and also a Alienware alpha r2 with a gtx960 graphics card. The Xbox games are more expensive and also not as many games come out for the Xbox as they do PC. Pc always gets the updates and dlc first although Xbox are starting to enhance some older games for Xbox like red dead redemption which I think is great. As for the graphics there isnt really any difference between both but I like that I can adjust the graphics and update the alpha when it gets old.


I am guessing a 1070 can't play many modern games at 4k 60fps though. My rx vega card can barely hit 60fps on far cry 3 with ultra settings at 4k. A 6 year old game.

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Acer Swift 3 Ultra-Thin | SF315-51 | Grey | Intel® Core™ i5-8250U | HD | 8 GB| 256 GB SSD £652.49 @ Acer
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
13% off all Acer products today. 15" Acer Swift with 13% off, pretty good price. For an extra £43 (£695) I bought it with 3 years extended warranty. Windows 10 Home 64-bit In… Read more
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Yes a good laptop but I paid £70 less using a staff dis count


I bought an acer laptop once, never again. God awful thing and by far the worst computer i have ever owned.


13% Quidco and 13% off. On my Quidco homepage, so should get both.


I've looked at loads of laptops for this price, they all have their pitfalls. This one gets good reviews with excellent battery life, ideal for a non gamer.


Specs, maybe. But Acer Slims are slim. Slimmer than those you are referring to I'm sure. Heat from me.

MSI GP62 7RD (Leopard) 079UK 15.6 Inch Gaming Laptop (Black) - (Kabylake Core i5-7300HQ, 8 GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD, GTX 1050, Windows 10) Used - Very Good £530.08 @ Amazon warehouse
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Amazon Used Warehouse Deals - Been looking for a laptop for a while now in this spec and stumbled across this today checking Amazon Warehouse as I do every week. I haven't found an… Read more

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About the price I'd expect for a 1050. Decent if you're looking to do some light gaming. Voted hot :-)


It's labelled as a gaming laptop and the GPU is bare minimum in that regard. For general laptop with odd bit of gaming it'll probably be fine.


2GB DDR5 I believe


Voted hot i think its a cracking deal

Intel Core i5-7500 (3.40Ghz) LGA 1151 £105 @ CEX
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
CEX have recently dropped the price of the Intel i5-7500 quad core socket 1151 cpu to £105 (in stock online with free delivery). Also includes 2 year warranty. This Kaby Lake cpu… Read more
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No sh*t! Even faulty LGA 2011 motherboards go for £60+ on ebay (annoyed) It's absolutely insane! There are Chinese knockoff LGA2011 boards, though I've read that they aren't proper x97 chipsets. As such they only support ancient Xeons, not Sandybridge-E nor Ivybridge-E; even then, they still cost £50-60 =/ Such a shame as there's some amazing LGA2011 bargains on CEX; the 4820K for £50 for instance! That's almoSt half what they go for on ebay!


I have Oculus Rift and the main mobo consideration is that it takes up 3 USB 3.0 connections. So you probably want at least 6 overall. Given what what you say about VR/gaming being some way down the road, I wonder if a good strategy would be to get an AMD Ryzen 2200G or 2400G with one of the new X470 chipset Mobos. The CPUs have an integrated, cut down, Vega GPU, and come in at £80/£126, and are really well reviewed, good for all but the most demanding gaming. I say it because if the onboard graphics could see you through till Autumn you'll have the new Nvidia cards to choose from and hopefully some cooling of the current price craziness.


Basically I want it mostly for Microsoft office. But at some point I will be getting a vr headset. I want something that will load instantly. I will be playing the odd AAA game at some point. I will give that website a try.


Hey dude, tell us a bit more about what your most demanding apps are and what your budget is and I'm sure you'll get some helpful suggestions. For what it's worth I've always found mobos the component where you can agonise too much, especially if (as i5/1070 suggest) you are looking for a sensible blend of upper middle performance and price rather than a bleeding edge system. Mid range mobos are much of a muchness once you get your needs straight. If you select your CPU first, identify the mid range chipset to go with that. Clarify your needs around the main selection questions - size, any specific connections you need, any new tech that really grabs you (NVMe is the obvious candidate at the moment) and it largely becomes a question of shooting for bargains and looking at review scores. You might want to think through whether overclockability means a lot for you, as that's where higher end boards compete - but you can get a sensible OC out of a mid range board and it I find the way specialists like Scan structure their product selection very good at helping narrow in on the right choices, even if you then go on Amazon to buy it.


I wasnt trying to troll. Just interested. The support though is a big thing I am guessing. Basically I bought an ASUS i5, gtx 1070 deal from laptops direct. They sent me 2 and neither would turn on so I have been refunded. Now I am looking at building a system. But things like processors and graphics cards are the easy bit, Its what motherboard to get that is giving me the headache. I want to get parts from amazon for the extra cover.

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Dell Inspiron 5000 13.3" 2-in-1 FHD Convertible Touchscreen Laptop Intel Core i5-8250U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 only £429.99 delivered @ Amazon
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Silly silly price for this super fast touchscreen laptop (y) OMG i want one. JL are selling it for £650 Powerful 8th Gen Intel Core i5 Processor and 8 GB RAM, suitable for … Read more
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Good news, mine will arrive 24-25 th April also.


Missed it.


Just got my email saying it will be delivered tomorrow..


Mine went into back order But just received email from Amazon that they expect to despatch by 25th April. At this price I can put up with thewait though. As there was no communication for the past two days, I thought my order will be cancelled... Glad that I will be receiving one


Lucky you. My order is still in Not yet dispatched state.. Update: Now showing despatching tomorrow. Looking forward to this. Fingers cross no issues.

HP 14-bs102na 14" Laptop - Red/ Silver/Gold - Intel i5-8250U - 4GB RAM - 256GB SSD - HD Screen - £431.10 w/code @ AO
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
If you previously missed the offer of £439 for this i5 laptop - is now cheaper To get it for £431.10 use code WINDOWS10 If you purchased at the higher price in the last 7 days … Read more
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Yes it is, apart from the battery and battery clips at the back on the bottom are black. You can purchase in gold or silver as well as red.


Received mine a little while ago. I like the laptop but the screen is not great even after calibrating it


Press windows button and type calibration. Then follow on screen instructions until you are happy. To be honest the screen isn't that bad as standard. You can also right click desktop & mess about with the graphics options there


Always best to upgrade the RAM yourself. You can buy 4GB DDR4 RAM from CEX for £20 click/click. Or buy from eBay for around £26.


I've been waiting ages for a laptop that ticked all the right boxes. This has everything I was after for an excellent price. I just need to upgrade the Ram and job done. Got this arriving tomorrow. Happy days, time to throw out my garbage 8 year old notebook... Now to find the right ram....

HP Pavillion 14" laptop (silver), Intel Core i5 8250U, 4gb ram, 128gb SSD - £349.99 @ Dixons (MCR Airport - T3)
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Model : Bk152sa Pictured today at Terminal 3 @ Manchester Airport Dixons store HP Pavillion 14" laptop (silver), Intel Core i5 8250U, 4gb ram, 128gb SSD Might be same price at a… Read more

Haha. No they use potatoes easier to carry around.


Sadly none in MCR T1 :(


Insane deal, how can we get this online lol Surely there can be a flight for less than £50 you can book but don't turn up?


They are not duty free and you get UK/EU warranty. Not everything is cheap but they often have decent bargains to clear to meet targets. Ancillaries are always expensive though. I got a brand new pair of Sony WH1000MX2 NC BT headphones for £180 recently, a couple of laptops a few years ago, iphones etc all at a significant discount to High Street/online prices. And you don't have to be travelling. Airport staff can also buy stuff. If you want current prices you can always ring your local airport branch and they'll tell you the price. And no, i don't work there, but I am in an airport a lot.


I paid £449 on Boxing Day for this at Heathrow and so far I'm happy with it (after upgrading the RAM, the SSD and adding a hard drive). If you indeed get new unopened stock for £350 then it's a scorching hot deal from me.

ASUS GL503VM Gaming Laptop, Intel i5-7300HQ,  Nvidia GTX 1060 6 GB GPU, 8 GB RAM, 120 Hz 100 Percent sRGB Display, 1 TB FireCuda SSHD and 128 GB SSD, Full RGB Keyboard £897 @ Amazon
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
This seems like a pretty decent deal to me. Sure the processor is an i5, but everything else is pretty high specs for the price!
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There you go if still looking 8gb cex £40


No it's 4 lighting zones


Does this support "per key RGB"?


there you go I slightly overstated the 50 percent the guy in the video saw fps range go from 80 -100 to 120 -140fps.


Do we have any links to CEX (or anywhere) for the 8GB upgrade... Would be nice to be running 16GB just for future proofing... Cheers,

Microsoft Surface Pro Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB, 12.3" (3 Year Guarantee) & Signature Alcantara Type Cover £749.00 @ John Lewis (Saving £299.00)
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
For those who would prefer the 3 year John Lewis guarantee and the Signature (Alcantara) Type Cover.

The offer ended on the 11th April on the microsoft site.


Thanks for heads up on Amex but looked like it doesn't include the type cover.


You'll know that the 4GB will never manage photoshop with large photos, multiple layers and so on. On the other hand, I know first hand with experience of the 4GB devices that they'll function very well for everything else. I owned the SP3 from around its launch, and only upgraded to the 2017 SP last Black Friday. My workflow on my SP is pretty much the same every day. Office, NVivo, Mendeley, Onenote, Web, SPSS (Although that's being used less these days), Spotify, Skype, Media consumption. No graphics work, which is why 4GB works for me. Even if I were 'running out of RAM' the swap is sufficient for my purposes that I don't notice it. That will not be the case when you've got heave RAW manipulations going on. It sounds to me like the Surface Book 2 is the machine for you, but yeah, hopefully a deal will swing your way soon.


Got a powerful desktop for my design work so not sure the Surface Pro i5 8GB RAM is essential as I want it more for the tablet form factor. But 4GB feels like it definitely wont be enough. Kicking myself hard for not jumping on a Surface Book 2 deal/price glitch now as I'd much prefer a true laptop form factor that can become a tablet but not liking the alternative 2-1s when compared with Surface Pro.


The chances of getting a 4GB device to do reasonable in depth Photoshop is slim, but given that one of your alternative device will be a new iPad pro, it seems like the kind of photo editing you have in mind will work more than well enough on the 4GB surface pro.

Refurbished (Grade A) HP Elite 8200 Desktop PC Core i5 3.10Ghz, 8GB, 250GB Windows 10 £119.99 @ ITZOO
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
10% off if you sign up to the Itzoo newsletter. Nearest price for something similar is £199.90 at MicroDream (only 4GB RAM, but Windows 10 Pro and WiFi).. Other Itzoo options: … Read more
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It’s well know in the industry, MS wants everyone in the 10 platform or equivalent Server Versions going forward the only problem with 10 is the constant updates.


Thanks, I found that the Windows 7 Pro OA code on the older sticker worked when I clicked 'Change Product Key' in Windows Activation. It appears to now have an activated version of Windows 10 Pro.


My 8200 has USB 2.0 ports.


8300 has 4 USB 3.0 ports which they don't mention. Does the 8200? It will be a quicker CPU of course but not a huge difference.


got 8300 elite and its a perfect hackintosh. just needed to upgrade the graphics. is it much diff between 8200 and 8300?

Lenovo IdeaPad 320-15IKBRN 15.6" HD Notebook (Platinum Grey) - (Intel Core i5-8250U, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Windows 10 Home) for £349.99 delivered @ Amazon
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
If you look away from the ram and the screen this laptop is good for the money for everyday use (pirate) Processor: Core i5-8250U, 6M Cache, base frequency 1.60 GHz, up to 3.… Read more
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I do? When have I said that...


Brilliant thank you, I just need something for coursework and basic things really so it should be OK for that, thanks again


depends what you need, it's a very good laptop for general use ,browsing/ms office apps, specially if you replace the hard drive with an SSD , or are are patient :P The SSD speed's up the loading for the operating system and apps but it's still a good laptop without it. I think they didn't add the VAT , it's £366 with VAT after I've refreshed the page , still a great price


Thanks for that link, I think it's down to £305 now if I'm looking at the correct one.. Is it a decent laptop? I'm clueless with these things and every time I think I've found a decent one the comments on hukd put me off lol


expired, back at £513 now I bought a dell Inspiron 15 - 5570 for my wife, £370 , i5-8250U , 8Gb RAM, 1TB HDD (will clone and swap with an SSD) from Dell Outlet:

Medion P6679 15.6 Inch Intel i5-7200u 2.5GHz 8GB 1TB GTX950M Full HD Gaming Laptop refurbished - Black - £467.99 delivered @ Argos eBay
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Looks alright spec for A grade refurbished with a 12 Month Argos Guarantee. Limited stock available. Work and play? The Medion P6679 can do it all with its Intel Core i5-7200U… Read more
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typically what games can be played on this laptop???


Would be more AAA stuff I'd say. Don't really need a laptop but been wanting one for years.


Depends what you need it for, I personally think all the games like Battlefiled are crap... I play mostly indie stuff and Dota 2 and other stuff. This GPU is fine for that stuff, but if for whatever reason you care about AAA gaming these days... then no


Going by the link above the 1050s are almost double the strength in GPU. I'll have to have a proper look. As there were some 1060 laptops on sale lately as well.


Is it a large difference? Been thinking of grabbing a mid range gaming laptop and selling my old normal laptop off. This one's a nice price but if an extra £200 gets me a lot better then I may consider that.

Lenovo V330 Core i5-8250U 8GB 256GB SSD 15.6 Inch Windows 10 Laptop £594.97 @ Laptops direct
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Looks like a bargain, looking to buy for myself, can anyone fault it or find a better deal? Screen size - 15.6 inch Processor - Intel Core i5-8250u (8th Generation 4 Cores) … Read more

Stay away from this company if you care about after sales support. I have spent hours trying to get an item replaced under warranty which broke after 5 months and they have wasted my time for over 2 months. Worst company ever. Check out trust pilot if you do not believe me. Buyitdirect and all direct websites are operated by the same company and their reviews are bad for a reason.


thanks for your help guys. in the end i decided weight of the device matters more then screen size, so went for the ASUS Zenbook (just 1.2KG!) someone posted here for £699. Got 1% quidco and 1% AMEX Cashback (via Paypal). Should be receiving it tomorrow.


But can I play PUBG on it????? :/


The difference is minimal between the two regardless of newer tech and more cores - Whereas the difference between a gtx 1050 and using integrated is huge. Frankly I don't see why anyone would buy the 8250u over the 7300HQ laptop I linked. If your doing browsing the cpu speeds are virtually the same, and if you want to play games you go for the 7300HQ. Literally neither target market would benefit from buying the 8250u laptop. The gtx 1050 is up to 400% more powerful than the inbuilt 620 in the 8250u. Heck even the inbuilt gpu (630) of the 7300HQ is better!


Depends what you're planning on using it for. The 8th gen i5 in this is faster and has more cores than the 7th gen in the Asus you've linked.

Asus GD30 Core i5-7400 16GB 2TB + 256GB SSD GeForce GTX 1070 - £799.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Back down to £799 again - looks like a nice system for the price Still £809 @ Debenhams Plus - Thanks Bertz99… Read more
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Yes in the description on laptops direct it says single fan although the strix sticker is there on the desktop


Many thanks! Just what I wanted to see - confirms what I thought. It's using the a normal ASUS 1070 GTX rather than the STRIX version (triple fan). All in all I think you've grabbed a great PC at this price point considering the price of individual parts. Enjoy! (y)


Or did you want this screenshot


Is this what you wanted. I can't find any drop down box


I just saw this. Had already downloaded 4th one and selected run don't know where it disappeared as can't find it as nothing happened after that. Will try the 2nd one

MEDION ERAZER P6681 15.6", Core i5, 8 GB, 128 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, GTX 1050 (4 GB) Gaming Laptop - £599.99 @ Medion Shop UK
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
I keep looking at the medion site each day at the mo and there seems to be quite a few new deals each day. I found a couple of deals on Laptops. The best one IMO below MEDION ERA… Read more

Yeah it seems they're trying to get all their stock out, shame i ordered at £599


It says £579.99 now. So has it gone down further?


You're right I apologise....


Yeah have to agree with you there, have just ordered this same laptop was just trying to prove to myself that another laptop was better for some reason


Wrong, those are the desktop versions.

Core i5 refurbished laptop from itzoo... £189 with code NEWCUSTOMER
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Grade: A Grade Refurbished Laptop Brand & Model: Lenovo T440s Processor: Intel i5 4th Generation 4300U 1.90GHz Screen: 14" FHD (1920 X 1080) Memory: 8GB Sto… Read more
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I'd use a different benchmark first. First it says 'performing as expected' then it says its 'slow' etc. The benchmark doesn't seem to make any sense itself. Use something like Cinebench R15.


I had one of those for work. It got ‘broken’ and they gave me something better. Awful.


I so want this - but don't need it, I'd need to replace 6 of them and at this price it's rude not to! 1080p wins the deal too!


Lenovo figured that one out after getting mass complaints from corporate customers, including me. I did get a private admission from the area manager that they knew they'd screwed up. Hence the W541 which appeared a few months later with proper buttons on the same dumb trackpad for the really important workstation customers. They really didn't sort it out properly until the x60 series.


Actually, the backlit keyboards on the T440/T540p are quite tricky as they've hidden the mounting screws behind the keys and you have to slide the front of the keyboard to get at the screws underneath. You're meant to use a special tool, but any flatheaded screwdriver can do but might (will) scratch things a bit. Stupid design. Speaking of stupid designs... That all on one click trackpad is a total joke and makes using the touchpoint almost impossible. Either Lenovo do zero user testing during design or some project manager who never uses a touchpoint was really stubborn. Anyway, sorted on my T540p by buying an 'unofficial' proper 3 button trackpad from Ebay. Problem with the 'unofficial' bit is that there aren't really drivers for it. The generic ones work fine, but Win10 insists on downloading and installing the newest (i.e. wrong) one. More stupid design choices, this time Microsoft's.

HP Notebook 15-bs106na 15" Full-HD Laptop Intel i5-8250U, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD £499 potential £469 Delivered @ HP
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Currently this laptop is on offer with voucher EAST50 which bring down the price down from £549 to £499. For those prefer 15" version of the recent HP 14-bs100na laptop from… Read more
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Lots of people would not know how to replace the HDD with an SSD and install the OS. Sorry, but you can't get around the fact that this price is poor for an i5 without discrete graphics card or SSD from the pretty poor brand HP (bought a bunch for work and they weren't even set up correct out of the box. Two different models too so not even a glitch). It's cold. I wouldn't recommend anyone buy it.


True, but there is an option to upgrade it with £25 SSD, but you can't upgrade/change the CPU easily.


With a conventional HDD the performance will be totally hamstrung, so the generation is pretty irrelevant for most people.


What's the difference between lenovo 320s and 520s


There is a big jump of performance increase on the current 8-gen Intel CPU over the few previous generations of CPU. The few previous generations CPU were merely improving the battery life but performance had not improved much for past several years. However on the current gen finally the performance improvement could be as much as 40%, so this should be included in the consideration over buying older laptop.

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