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Lenovo Ideapad 520s 14" HD Notebook - Intel Core i7-8550U, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD £589.99 @ Amazon
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Great price for a 8th gen i7, just wish i'd seen it sooner. I took the plunge a few days ago and spent £750 on a 720s. Oh well, I hope it helps someone.

"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!

Lenovo Ideapad 320 15.6 AMD A9 4gb 1TB Laptop - Grey at Argos for £269.99
Found 16th SepFound 16th Sep
Everything about the Lenovo IdeaPad 320 is designed to simplify your life. Preloaded with Windows 10 Home, you’ll have the personal assistance of Cortana, designed to help open app… Read more
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Ok thanks


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

LENOVO IdeaPad 330S 15.6" AMD Ryzen 5 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Grey £549.99 @ Currys
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Operating system - Windows 10 (64-bit) Processor- AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Processor - Quad-core - 2.0 GHz / 3.6 GHz - 4 MB cacheRAM 8 GB DDR4 (2400 MHz) Storage256 GB SSD Top features: … Read more

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.

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Lenovo Ideapad 120S (14") Laptop - Grey £149.98 @ Ebuyer (+£5 back via Visa Checkout)
LocalLocalFound 10th SepFound 10th Sep
***Excellent laptop for general use would highly recommend it*** Dual Core 2MB Cache Memory: 4GB DDR4 Hard Drive: 64GB eMMC Optical Drive: None Software Operating system:… Read more

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.

Lenovo Ideapad 320s i7 processor latest 8th gen and 128SSD 8RAM, Full HD 14 inch IPS Screen, £629.99 / £529.99 after cashback @ Very
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Ideapad 320s Intel® Core™ I7 Processor, 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD, 14 Inch Full HD Laptop With Intel® UHD Graphics 620 - Grey

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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.

LENOVO IdeaPad 330S i3-8130U 4gb Ram 128gb SSD 14" 1080p Laptop - £379.99 @ Currys
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
Good price for an 8th gen intel, ssd and full hd screen. Spare ram slot if you want to upgrade to 8gb. I know it's not going to break any records, but it's cheap for what it is. … Read more
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£429 now


Put a ssd in


i3-8130U > i5-7200U, so heat added. (https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/Intel-Core-i3-8130U-vs-Intel-Core-i5-7200U/3225vs2865)


An SSD doesn't have any moving/ mechanical parts. You probably have the hard drive version.


It’s not the same for £349. The processor is weaker for that price.

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Lenovo IdeaPad 120S 11 Inch Intel 1.1GHz 4GB 32GB Windows Laptop - Grey - £109.99 @ Argos / eBay
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Very cheap, refurbished laptop. Great for casual use such as surfing the web and maybe watching some Netflix/movies. Very limited quantity left so grab it whilst you can!

Does anyone know if this has a spare m2 port, as some of the ideapads did, as this would certainly help, but would increase the overall cost? EDIT - apparently not: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-ideapad-110s-116-inch-notebook-155-sold-by-tech-sense-and-fulfilled-by-amazon-3021839#comments tipsy1973 20th Aug You can get the 110s from argos ebay for £80. oh the 110s has the ability to add a m.2 ssd. I bought one last week and got a 120gb ssd from amazon for £26. The 120s does not have the ability to add the internal drive.


Agreed it needs the 64gb drive


Then don't use Windows. You are knocking the OS not a decent bit of kit for the price.


Windows S


Very risky buying any laptop with only 32Gb of "hard disk / SSD". When Windows 10 updates to replace the whole of Windows (which it is due to do this autumn with the latest Windows 10 update) there is often not enough room on the hard disk / SSD to hold both the old version and new version of Windows and it cant update. Numerous updates on the internet about it Here is one as an example: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/askjack/2017/jan/05/what-is-the-best-way-to-deal-with-windows-10-updates-on-a-32gb-netbook

Lenovo IdeaPad 110S 11.6-Inch Notebook £155 Sold by TECH SENSE and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
Was £180, great price for this laptop.

Now sold out, you can get refurbs from other places but buy the quad core one. N3160 cpu


I’ve looked and can’t find any on there???


Can you use a external dvd re writer on this?


Good to know!


Argos Ebay has/had the 120s refurb for £110. Bought one myself.

Lenovo IdeaPad 320 A4 15.6 Inch 4GB 1TB Laptop - Grey 797/4421 £259.99 @ Argos Free C+C
31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Preloaded with Windows 10 Home, you'll have the personal assistance of Cortana, designed to help open apps and answer your questions – whether typed or spoken. From the new s… Read more

I3 6100 is much older and the same price point is occupied by the i3 7100U. If you compare that to the A4, it wins hands down. See http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i3-7100U-vs-AMD-A4-9120-APU-2016-MSR/m176913vsm308751


I'm not an expert but i did a quick search (http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core-i3-6100U-vs-AMD-A4-7th-Gen-A4-9120) and this CPU benches similar to an i3 6th gen. I think this is a good deal. Heat given.


Also A4 will be slow


Top of the line? With that screen? Do me a favour....

Lenovo IdeaPad 320 14inch i5 8gb ram £399.99 Ebuyer
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Finance available from 14.9% APR Intel Core i Lenovo Ideapad 320-15ISK Laptop - Blue (1) QuickFind: 826567 Mfr part code: 80XH00DNUK £ 399.99 inc. vat £469.56save £69.57 FR… Read more

See comment above: £599 - £399 =£200 extra Or put another way 50% extrayes you will get more bang for your buck when you spend £200 extra on a laptop or 50% extra on anything Yes, thank you for correcting me - i was also refferring to other deals (ebuyer.com/805720-hp-250-g6-i5-laptop-2sy46es-2sy46es-abu?/utm_source=hotukdeals&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=hotukdeals, hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-aspire-5-a515-51-72ur-laptop-156-core-i7-7500u-8gb-256gb-ssd-windows-10-refurb-459-tesco-ebay-2998471, hotukdeals.com/deals/ideapad-520s-intelr-coretm-i5-8gb-ram-128gb-ssd-14-inch-full-hd-laptop-nvidia-geforce-gt-940mx-2gb-44999-very-2993053) and should have been clearer in my comment.


"That's why you can spend £100 more for something like this ... " Are you sure about that?. That's more like an additional straight £200 man?. Or am I missing the point somewhere ... lol.


Your informed opinion is welcome. Can you use that wisdom to suggest something of same spec cheaper or something better for same price? It is a forum for discussion, nonetheless.


£399 is a horrible price for this spec.


Fair enough pros and cons with some of those deals as well. The very deal was a good offer but I think it has expired now as well. You are right that some people are better spending a little extra and some a lot extra. I think this is a good basic browser and processing PC. At the end of the day that is why there are so many manufacturers offering so many models just to try and confuse people and keep people guessing what they should be buying.

Lenovo IdeaPad 120S 11 Inch Intel 1.1GHz 4GB 32GB (Refurb) at Argos Ebay for £109.99
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
A bit cheaper than the £139.97 deal at Ebuyer, also with 12 month warranty. But less storage, and refurb. Probably fine for kids and emails.

This version of Windows will not let you install anything other than what is available from the App store so you cannot even install Google Chrome. If you want to install anything you need to use a Windows 10 Pro key. I bought this only to put a small accounts package on to only to to find that I can't do anything with it. Perhaps they should have done better than say "Operating System: Windows 10" So what do you expect for £109.99? Well, something useable would have been nice.


32GB is unusable. If you really must have this laptop (it's pretty terrible), get the Ebuyer 64GB one for £140.


Is it still free to remove Windows 10s to the full version?


Your much better off with the similar deal that Argos often do for the Acer equivalent,waaaaaay better IPS 1080p screen, the Lenovo screen is horrible I had a 320s with the same screen, dull and lifeless .


Heat Added (y)

LENOVO IdeaPad 720S 13.3" AMD Ryzen 5 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Platinum £749.98 @ Lenovo
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Thought this was a good price for the AMD Ryzen equivalent of the Lenovo Ideapad 720s. 8GB of Ram as well as 256GB SSD in a nice slim form factor, with Radeon Vega 8 Integrated gra… Read more

How ryzen vs nvidia gpus


Have to agree with the above comment the cooling is pants, The ryzen cannot stretch its legs this performs below the i5 version and only just better then the i3. Such a shame this has throttling issues as the build quality is good at the price range


I have an older version of this laptop but the chassis looks largely the same. It's a good laptop and performs well, but on mine the fans are quite loud when they come on and it gets quite hot underneath. Battery isn't great either, that is probably less applicable to this newer model though. Don't waste your money on Lenovo's supposed warranty either - it's an absolute joke.


This laptop has awful cooling, the 2500u in this performs half as well as other similar laptops with 2500u. They are charging a premium for power you can't use.


Love Lenovo but dislike amd, love 256ssd but would prefer 16gb ram, over all tho, pretty hot machine mate

Lenovo Ideapad Y520-15IKBN - Laptop DE 15.6 "FullHD (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 8GB of RAM, 1TB of HDD, Nvidia GeForce - (no operating system) Black - £647 delivered @ Amazon Spain
Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
I'm hoping this helps someone, because from what I gather this is a very good price. It comes from amazon spain, and is covered under amazon A-Z Guarantee. Hot or cold votes wil… Read more

Lol, I'm not, I just thought it to be a good price,saw it and posted it, maybe I have too much time on my hands. I'm currently using an old Samsung chrome book I bought 4 years ago, and it's still going strong for me. I'm more of a mobile phone person, so will probably stick to them from now on. Great to have people like you on hand to keep (non clued up) people like me in the loop *sort of speak* :)


If you are thinking of buying it, what will you plan to use it for? Maybe I can explain better, whether and how suitable it would be for you... (nerd)


Hmm Looking at the review model, that has more ram and also an ssd, so not EXACTLY the same model... " It packs an Intel Core i7-7700HQ CPU, paired with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU, and augmented by a 256 GB NVMe SSD and 16 GB of DDR4 memory.  "


You know what it is, I could talk all day long about mobile phones, but everything you have just said there, I have no idea about, I'm not ashamed to say. But I appreciate your comments nonetheless, and maybe I should start learning the ins and outs of laptops and such like. Cheers :)


Looks quite good. But no OS, European keyboard, and buying from amazon abroad, may all bring it back on par with the UK retail prices... i7 good, 1050ti mediocre for gaming but probably OK for work and casual gaming (not AAA titles at full resolution and max settings). I was tempted as looking for a replacement laptop, with decent gaming (and reasonable work) capabilities, but for me, I think 1060 at 6gb is my personal minimum.

Lenovo IdeaPad 320 15.6 Inch Intel i5 2.3GHz 8GB 128GB Laptop - Grey - Argos eBay - New - £359.99
Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
Lenovo IdeaPad 320 15.6 Inch Intel i5 2.3GHz 8GB 128GB Laptop - GreyBrand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee Model number: 80xh0030uk Intel Core i5 Intel i5-6200u dual core pro… Read more
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yeah but thats not the only difference in spec is it?


The processor on the Argos model is better. Being 7th gen doesn't automatically mean better. Cpu benchmark is your friend (y)


yes but its an i3 7th gen, will take an i5 gen even though its not a 7th gen.


The 320s model i3 7th gen is available cheaper than this: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-ideapad-320s-14ikb-14-laptop-white-core-i3-7th-gen-4gb-ram-128gb-ssd-fhd-ips-screen-34997-currys-2993129


doesn't seem hot?

Lenovo Ideapad 520s 141kb - £399.99 @ Lenovo
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Full Spec: Processor - Intel® Core™ i3-7100U Operating System - Windows 10 Home (64 bit) Display Type - 14.0" Full HD IPS AntiGlare Memory - 8GB (1x8GB DDR4) Storage - 128GB SSD W… Read more
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Did anyone go for this? I received mine but the battery life was awful so I'm sending it back


And you can pay for it over 12 months rather than upfront.


Yes, should be fine for your requirements. You will notice a big difference of speed if this is your first time moving to Solid State storage.


Depends what you use it for i3 to i5 is pretty considerable difference. I5s can be on par with some i7s however, but naturally i7s will extend much further and better


I disagree, 128gb is plenty for Windows and most apps, most people will now use cloud storage or external drives to store extra stuff. Plus, you can add an extra hdd or ssd in the sata slot if you have a spare drive

LENOVO IdeaPad 320s-14IKB 14" Laptop - White - Core i3 7th Gen - 4GB Ram - 128GB SSD - FHD IPS Screen - £349.97 @ Currys
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Product features Everyday: All-rounder for work and play Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i3-7100U Processor RAM: 4 GB / Storage: 128 GB SSD Full HD display
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I wasn't really looking for them but I don't think so... That whole listing is a mess so many contradicting specs not to mention that all those reviews are for a different laptop :/ Great from what I can tell, I'm not much of a screen snob but I did go for this one over the cheaper model because of the screen and so far I think it was a wise investment... the viewing angles are pretty good and it's fairly bright for a new laptop.


How's the screen?


When you scroll down on that link, it states 8GB of RAM (but 4 in the title) and a resolution of 1366x768. Alos several reviewers say the noisy fan is on all the time as well.


Woow post it as a deal. Should get hot :D


Cheaper at Amazon ;) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lenovo-IdeaPad-320-14IKBN-14-Inch-Notebook/dp/B07515ZHV9 £325.97

Lenovo IdeaPad 320S 14” laptop £379.98 @ Currys
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
I3 7th gen processor, 128gb ssd, full hd ips, 4 gb ram Decent budget laptop with a reasonable spec
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I also bought one of these a few month ago at 329.99 as my work laptop and find it brilliant value for money. Not had it struggle with anything ive thrown at it, as long as your not expecting to play AAA titles on it. Its brilliant for documents, browsing and more lightweight programs, maybe even light photoshop work. SSD is the only thing which I wished was a bit larger but can't really complain at this price. With cloud storage you don't really need a lot of onboard storage anymore unless youre storing media. The screen is by far the best part of this laptop and brilliant for the price and the SSD mkes this blazing fast. As mentioned above, ignore the amazon revies about the fan. I have had mine months and never experienced that. I feel like those reviews are for the pentium model rather than this i3. As a network admin, my only real complaint was the lack of an ethernet port but I just bought a lenovo dongle off amazon for about £25 that converts usb-c to an ethernet port and a few USB ports and job done. All in all fantastic value and has restored my faith in the lenovo brand.


Bought one and had a play and with the ssd it's lightning fast and the screen is great quality too! Also all the bad comments on Amazon about the loud fan are incorrect imo


Just bought one of these thanks!! I'll see how it goes and I'll report back. It has some bad reviews on Amazon about the fan noise but I'm hoping it can't be that bad.


Yes, and the equivalent Yoga (which I bought) was at this price. It's *excellent*, and I believe the 320S is mostly the same thing but without the hinge and touchscreen.


It's a good laptop works well using office,outlook, even Photoshop occasionally it manges them well, its also compact for travel, however I paid £329 a few months ago.

Lenovo Ideapad 120S (14") Laptop - Grey, £139.97 @ Ebuyer
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Intel Celeron N3350 1.1GHz 4GB RAM + 64GB eMMC 14" LED + WIFI Battery Life : Up to 8 hours Windows 10 S

Thanks, I tried BBC/ITV/Channel4/5 etc catch up on another low spec laptop and they all worked well. The new Sky Go app however was awful as it uses a ridiculous amount of resources. I suspect I would have the same problem with this laptop but for £140 it will do just about everything else I require it to do. Tempted. ;)


I tried it with iplayer in Firefox browser. Edge ate less CPU. Seemed fine. But the sound is dreadful on this machine.


Does anyone know if this any good for watching the likes of BBC iPlayer and Sky Go?


If all you have is £150 and need a laptop will at least a years warranty because you can't afford it breaking then this is perfect, personally I'd go second hand although this is awesome for a new price.


The keyboard on the HP Elitebook range is one of the best I've ever had, it's better than current ThinkPads, it also has proper touchpad buttons not a clickpad (which I never liked). If you're thinking about an upgrade, just look on eBay or similar sellers for a bargain ex-lease machine. There are plenty to be had and much better than buying new in terms of value.

Lenovo Ideapad 310 15" Multimedia Laptop - £299.99 @ Lenovo. I3 processor, 8gb ram, 1tb HDD.
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
No expert in the way of laptops but have a 300 pound budget. Saw this for 299. I3 processor and 8gb of ram with a 1tb hard drive. What do you guys think? Good for the money or cou… Read more

I paid for mine 190£ back in december..but mine is full hd and 4gb instead of 8..still a bit slow, even with an SSD ..


I disagree.An IPS FHD screen is much better I just returned the HP pavilion as it was full HD but with a TN screen. The brightness and viewing angles were appalling


Thanks for the info I think I will go with the one from EBay Argos as it comes with a 12 month warranty.


The OP's Lenovo Laptop is a very decent Laptop, for very little money. :-)


Well, the Acer Laptop in your eBay link is definitely built from a better 'engine', lol. But it's not as to you as new though, as it's refurbished ... So it pretty much depends on as to how you feel about buying used Products in the first place really?. Otherwise the OP's Deal Laptop should be more than fine (on 'basic' setting), for the average user. (Which from what you initially asked, your son will be). :-)

Lenovo IdeaPad 120S  Laptop, Intel N3350, 4GB, 32GB eMMC 11.6”, £129.99 @ JOHN LEWIS
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Intel Celeron n3350 dual core processor. 1.1GHz processor speed. 4GB RAM DDR4. 32GB eMMC storage. Microsoft Windows 10 S.

It really depends on what you are using it for. I have one of these from the John Lewis internet deal and I basically use it for web browsing, Spotify, and Netflix. It handles all of that just fine. I agree if you are trying to use it for much more than that it would not be suitable.


Football manager? You can play that on your phone, why pay as much as that just to look at text in a game?


Apple turbo boost their processors??? Get outta here, they wouldn't dare due to the legalities of doing it, and why would they when they charge so much for their crap?


All I want is something to play football manager on :D Would this be capable or do I need to spend more?


Defo better with 64gb of hdd space. Im not sure about the second question. May have to do some digging around on that one

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