All Lenovo Discounts, Offers and Sale - September 2018
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Very fast light and powerful laptop !
Good deal so not sure why people are voting cold.
Excellent price for a great laptop. Heat!
A quick Google search seems to show this is an excellent price for this model. Have no idea if it's overpriced for the spec. Absolutely love the colour, but I doubt I'll be be buying one
Anybody ever tried a non-VESA mount ? Like this - https://www.shop4world.com/monitor-stands-mounts/non-vesa-monitor-adapter-mount-kit-mandw?utm_source=google&utm_medium=shopping&utm_campaign=google+shopping+data+feed+(19/09/2018-15:39)&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIvbKflfTM3QIVjpztCh0Aggt_EAQYAyABEgI0pfD_BwE.
Will this work with a Mac book air?
No. it has audio out though.
Does this monitor have built in speakers ?
Well they are great for PC gaming so can't see why they wouldn't be good for consoles.
"No thunderbolt in 2018". I believe your bag is more in line with Apple products instead perhaps?. Eg. get any one of those Macbook's that are currently out there, etc? (as that comes as standard with those products). Laptop's (more often then not), don't tend to have such (unless of course your initially prepared to pay wayyyyyy over the odds for such in the first place?). That's my understanding on it anyway.
True + notebooks have traditionally tended to be a bit 'underpowered' too (processor-wise that is), using those arguably pointless N-CPU's. N-CPU's which are on par with the similarly underpowered CPU's that are more commonly found in dedicated Tablet's (as opposed to Laptop's come Tablet's, etc), ARM CPU's, and MEDIATEK being the main one's ... So if/when such a CPU end up being found in something that is essentially/arguably a fully fledged Laptop anyway, then you end up a system that could debatabely be described as a Ferrari, with a Mini Metro's Engine (it will still work mind, but painful slowwwwwww). Instead of using the proper parts that could debatabely be argued are meant for such a powerhouse, etc? (eg. INTEL/AMD CPU's instead?, in what I'd argue is rather a fully fledged Laptop - miniscule physical size of the Device aside that is, lol). And the OP's Deal uses such a proper CPU, so I'd blatantly say that that's essentially a Laptop, and not a Notebook, etc? (on account of the reasons I've already stipulated above ... though there's still room for it to be open to interpretation too I guess?). Well, that's my interpretation of the same above anyway?. :-) As per what I've described above already, none of them 'misplacement of sorts' thing's helps, to be honest? As all it does (in the grander scheme of things), is just confuse the hell out of us all instead?). :-( Hehehehe. Similar thing happened many Decade's back when the gigantic Mainframe Computer's from the 1940's-1970's (going) 'era' were slowly being decommissioned with something arguably more 'compact', but instead of decommissioning the 'Mainframe' terminology that the bulk of the World was as the time mainly used to, they left it 'as-is' - despite the fact that that same Computer could now fit into a large living room (as opposed to needing several mansions to accommodate it instead? - as what formally proved itself to be the case ... ) And look at the mad confusion that formed around the then World at the time, on account of that? (myself included), as that terminology (if I'm not mistaken), carried on throughout the bulk of the 90's too right? - longggggggg after it's original namesake counterpart was now long since dead and buried. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, long story short (lol), keep defined lines defined basically? (until such time as it's naturally fazed out, etc?). Don't prematurely blur them all instead ... :-( (Other than that of the reasons I've personally mentioned above, there's at least 1001 other reasons for not doing such also besides?, but obviously pointless exploring such here anyway, lol - but I think I've already explored my 'picture').
No thunderbolt in 2018 is a bit of deal breaker. This has Type-C, but it doesn't support require protocols. Having thunderbolt means, that you need only one cable for charging, external monitor and all peripherals, that is if you have compatible docking station or monitor with passthrough power and usb hub
I had the i5 version of this (paid 670 6 months ago) . Returned it after a few keys developed a fault, probably more bad luck than anything. Generally I liked it but did opt for a different replacement machine (hp) mainly because of the battery life and the alternative was cheaper than I originally paid and had ethernet port and m2. . Although this has blacklit keyboard and finger print reader. I think the 530s is out now. I'd say this is good if battery and portability is not high on your list, i.e. Home laptop.
Good spec but heavy and chunky in comparison to the 720!
People complain a 15" laptop doesn't have 1080 resolution but 1440 is too much for a 23" screen. Yep, I know the laptop screen is nearer. But not that much nearer. Also an annoying number of websites are using large fonts and lots of white space so a 1080 is not showing much and you have to scroll. When it comes to spreadsheets the numbers might be small but just being able to scan more is often vital even if you have to squint a little. Hot for me.
Really want this but the lack of a VESA mount is a deal breaker for me. Such a shame they skipped it. Voted hot.
Okay. That's fair enough, for you, personally. My comment was specifically ambiguous and non-absolute where required to make it explicitly a general rule with expressed caveats. All of your comment is really about personal preference and use case, which I ... again ... explicitly accounted for.
https://www.checknow.co.uk/searchresult.php?itemnumber=7362026 No stock anywhere
I'll let you work out what happened there.
Dad in mum out
Out of stock everywhere. Expire
In fact I don’t know if I am so unlucky or what Bought two laptops off John Lewis clearance section, took them home the Lenovo 900 series screen was flickering like mad, clearly faulty they apologised, the dell 2 in 1 wouldn’t even switch on. They were sorry!!! Again bought two Lenovo’s from curry’s brand new on eBay Friday with the 10% discount voucher, neither turned up, they said stocking error and refunded me the money
Your welcome, fair enough ...
Thanks but to be fair I am finding every laptop has now issues or bad reviews :(
Maybe this might help alleviate that pain of yours a little: https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/34483735
Picked mine up today and I got a Samsung stick, works fine. They give a 24 month warranty. Just be careful when taking the back off your machine, there are plastic clips that you need to be gentle with and the little screws are laughably soft and easy to damage.
Hahahahahahahaha, I hear, lol. ;-)
Bit defensive of your deal! Lol It's not a competition... Depends what you want from a tablet, just saying there are 10 inch tablets with 2gb (which is sufficient for most). If your happy with 8 inch, fill your boot!
Whoever edited my Deal to reflect the newer cheaper price point, thanx. :-D
Hehehehehe, your most welcome. But as you can see from my earlier Post (eg. immediately above?), I've tended to kinda have that 'habit' ... hahahahahahaha. :-D I've previous had a similar habit of these of sorts (dotted about all over the place) in various HUKD Post's in the past, lol. So it's no big, as I clearly enjoy it. :-) (The way 'Life' should be basically? - 'explained' ... ) It's all good though. ;-)
Hmmmmmmmmmmmm. Number 1, where from?. Number 2, 3GB of RAM, is clearly wayyyyyy more significant than that of only 2GB of RAM (I would have thought?). Number 3 (with both Number 1 and Number 2 in mind - but moreso Number 2 in mind), is this, whereas luclusture internal storage space on Tablet's could ALWAYS be theoretically 'upgraded' via relevant SD Card's and such like, internal RAM on Tablet's can NOT!. It would have been a bit different IF my Deal mentioned (for argument's sake) 6GB RAM on an Android Tablet, and your 10" 'equivalent' had something like 4GB RAM instead?, then ... 6GB RAM on any Android Tablet (sweeeeeet as that would obviously be), would be still blatant OVERKILL?!. Then you could successfully argue that sacrificing that extra 2GB RAM of my then Deal, was more than worth it for that extra 2" of yours instead, or whatever?. But it's not, so ... Number 4, you've also not stated as to whether that 'alleged Deal' of yours will also/still come with 16GB of internal storage too, etc, etc?. Because, if it does, my Deal may STILL prove itself to be the 'better option' regardless? (for pretty much most, if not all the above criterias I've stated already ... ) Whereby possibly negating that of yours?. But as you haven't stated any internal storage 'innards' of what you earlier stated/suggested (eg. 16GB+ internal storage space, or whatever, etc, etc, etc?), so ... But either way, my Deal is a bit cheaper now than it formally was anyway, lol. Making mine possibly even better value than before regardless. :-)
Doesn't ship to any EU country now. They did earlier. I will expire it.
Look at these. I bought one for my mother and she loves it.
How is the product. I just need basic step counter etc. I does look nice in black for what it is.
I bought this watch from this company last month and it arrived this week. They must’ve changed the delivery policy
Just looked, you are spot on. Some other Chinese seller will ship this to the UK, there's loads to pick from, lol. Might even be a Genuine Fake, lol.
All other things being equal, 4K over 1080p is a pointless resolution for a 13" device.
People know how to search - you fail to understand people can’t time travel. Happy for you to prove me wrong and google is my friend to link with instructions on how to go back in time. Regards the asus you suggested it lacks 4K screen. Have a google search, you will be able to then understand there is a significant cost difference between laptops that have UHD and laptops that have FHD screens. I did a google search and found some general principles for comparing things, which in the spirit of helpfulness I share with you as follows: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apples_and_oranges
Have a Google search. They've been as low as £649.
Have a search. They've been as low as £649.
The asus is £999 at UK Asus website. The asus doesn’t have a 4k screen Comparative Lenovo with MX150 and non-4K screen is cheaper on the UK Lenovo site
Got it. Not impressed, pretty sure this one would be better in some respects.
I have this tablet and have had it for over a year. Whilst the battery life is great its a piece of garbage. Its sluggish beyond belief even when just trying to use netflix, amazon video or even VLC. It essentially just about manages to run apps, runs out of memory very quickly and then eventually gives up. The screen isnt great either. In short youll have tons of battery life because youll be so sick of trying ot use it youll just turn it off.
AO with £20 cashback. https://ao.com/product/53019354-huawei-mediapad-m3-lite-tablet-grey-52803-252.aspx?&WT.z_PT=Computing&WT.z_AT=Tablet&WT.z_MT=Search&WT.z_MAT=Huawei&WT.z_FT=Free%20Standing&WT.z_PC=53019354&WT.srch=1&WT.z_KW=53019354&WT.z_DT=m&WT.z_RTM=PLA&WT.z_CN=CE%20Genie%20-%20Tablet%20-%20Huawei&WT.z_AG=Brand%20Type
I've got the m3 was lucky enough to buy it for 30 because had a tiny crack top right but not to the screen its really light and fast 3gb ram and full HD screen and good sound by Harman Kardon
The sound on this tablet is amazing and has good bass. Battery lasts very well too. Only downside is it won't have any Android updates past android 6
Battery life and screen let this down For not a lot more I ld get the 530s
That screen.... No. It's got to be 1080p minimum now!
The bag has better specs than the laptop!
How is battery life on it?
Another Lenovo, 15" model for £515. Only 1 year warranty https://www.serversdirect.co.uk/p/1255714/lenovo-v330-core-i5-8250u-8gb-256gb-ssd-15.6-inch-full-hd-windows-10-home-laptop (or £500 from laptop outlet, currently on HUKD banned list)
Its a decent deal. It has everything you expect for a general purpose non-gaming laptop. Its actually quite a good laptop with a good battery life.
probably because it's costco even though the general public can buy from their website
Yes, it's FHD. So £550 for an i5, 256GB SSD and 8GB memory. And 2 year warranty. Guess it's what you have to pay these days. Hot then.
If anyone was still considering this, the 52.5Wh, 3 cell battery version (with beefier charger) is the same price at Argos: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/8625982 Specs: https://psref.lenovo.com/Detail/Lenovo_Laptops/ideapad_330S_15_AMD?M=81FB0047UK The only other difference I can see is that the Argos version appears to have a SATA SSD instead of the [probably] quicker M.2 PCIe SSD in the Currys version. Can't see that being a factor for many people and the other slot is presumably still free as an upgrade option.
Love the description mentioning it's an Intel Core processor....
As long as you keep it plugged in...
So this, I'm looking for something which can play football manager and do some light music recording duties? Will this fit the bill?
Full specs are here: https://psref.lenovo.com/Detail/Lenovo_Laptops/ideapad_330S_15_AMD?M=81FB0010UK It is indeed a 30Wh, 2 cell battery.
Closely watching the market and buying from trusted sources. ITZoo and Tier1 are my current favourites. And if they’re cheap enough I just buy them anyway, I can live with minor marks and scratches, even to the LCD for the sake of a great machine - Lenovo X240 with 128GB SSD for £75 ex VAT, some light keyboard marks rubbed into LCD and keyboard/touchpad gone a little shiny from use; that’s fine for keeping in the car or carrying in a rucksack.
Where do you source these machines so cheap?
It's not feasible or cost effective to replace the panel. You've also failed to identify the specific panel to be used - you can't any 30pin panel like you claim.
Having read some reviews it seems the Samsung PM851 SSD in the 840 G3 is rather poor. https://www.notebookcheck.net/HP-EliteBook-840-G3-Notebook-Review.163267.0.html https://www.dell.com/community/Storage-Drives-Media/PM851-SSD-Slowdown-Like-SSung-s-840EVO/td-p/4534260 I guess if I found one cheap enough I could just replace the SSD with a better one, otherwise I might consider a Thinkpad 460s which comes with a much better SSD and a IPS screen as well.
Great, thanks. I'll probably try and get an 840 G3 then, just for the bigger FHD screen.
True, things like video watching / streaming, drawing, web browsing etc. will be fine. Though even light gaming is pretty much impossible and I wouldn't even bother trying. Biggest issue I can see right now is 4GB of RAM. It's just about enough for what I mentioned above, but in the future it will definitely be bogged down with background applications.
Yes I myself am not sold on the 2 in 1 form factor but I suppose it's ideal for a majority of use being light recreational use.
Eeeh, not too sure about this one, I suppose if you really want a 2-in-1 this would be good
Light gaming yes, the only game I've played on it is Star Trek Online and it will play it acceptably at 1080p with just above low settings, all those games are older so I would wager they will all play better, when it's working hard you can hear the fan working but at all other times it's silent.
It's roughly £50 for one stick retail but on trade I can get it around £20 brand new. Oh yeah it's definitely worth it but there's a mental limit on how much we want to spend. From the looks of it the bezel is smaller on the 530, it's probably thinner and lighter too. I don't expect there to be much else apart from the fingerprint reader and better battery management.
Maybe get her a Chromebook, perhaps this one? https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/acer-cb3-431-14-chromebook-silver-10148244-pdt.html?store=2343&&istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istItemId=xxxlxlrttx&istBid=t&srcid=198&cmpid=ppc~gg~1025%20(PLA)%20Chromebook%20-%20Adaptive~1025%20(PLA)%20Chromebook%20-%20Adaptive%20ad%20group~Exact&mctag=gg_goog_7904&kwid=GOOGLE&device=m&ds_kids=92700035688724762&PLA=1&tgtid=1025%20(PLA)%20Chromebook%20-%20Adaptive&gclid=Cj0KCQjwlK7cBRCnARIsAJiE3Mgm8QTZwrz5OEGGMqYw7cnf_T8cooGR4jwoTxfKkFrVBHKYneIsjfQaAlGREALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
Has this expired now? Coming up as original price £ 340.01
If not this one could someone suggest another one of similar spec for the price? Mine was burgled and I really need a replacement ! Thank you so much for your help!
If not this one could someone suggest another one of similar spec for the price? Mine was burgled and I really need a replacement ! Thank you so much for your help!
Hi! I went to buy it and it's at £340. Does it need a discount code or something? Thanks!
Expired at 9pm
I cannot see ANY reference anywhere to any sort of refund, neither cash nor credit. Maybe it's my add blocker; but it was the same sort of shenanigans that made me back off the last Very deal that interested me. Hence, I've never purchased from Very.
Thanks, but I would like to see it in writing somewhere, making it as clear as you have.
I bought my Apple Mach last year in this way, basically u get cashback paid as credit into your account within 28 days, you have interest free for a number of months, so after 28 days interest free u only have the pay the price of the laptop less 100. So in essence it’s better than back back
I don't think it does. You probably get the interest back making it the price you see, rather than £100-00 less. I notice they are giving new customers or cards 20% off, that could equate to a similar price.
simply expensive . i bought Alienware i7 , 1060 GTX 6gb , 16gb GB RAM, 4k 17 inch screen for 1100 pounds last month
It is why I posted it, a LOT of potential buyers, love all the old IBM based thinkpads and builds, to some the prices are expensive, but to most that want newer versions of what they have had for years and years with no issues, they are cheap!! Yes the support is pants, but it always has been at Lenovo, for everything they do! (highfive)
For £1k- expect as a minimum: 16gb ram, 256gb SDD, GTX 1070 8GB!
364° for expensive lenovo stuff .. better off buying from other places ...
I got i5, 8GB Ram, 256 GB Microsoft Surface Laptop from AO.com for £760... I like Lenovo but i think the Surface offers better value.