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Lenovo ideapad Slim 1-14AST-05 Laptop, AMD A4 Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 14" Display, Platinum Grey £199.99 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Includes a 1 year Microsoft Office 365 Personal subscription 2 year guarantee included Product code: 82710809 The Lenovo ideapad Slim 1-14AST-05 laptop has been created with an … Read more

I'm looking for a good deal on a laptop with an optical drive, any recommendations?


Price now £219.99


A 128gb SD card could beef this up (£15-£20) - however, not all apps will install on external storage.


If it was 128GB storage for an extra £10 or so I'd get it as a replacement for wife's current one for out and about etc. which doesn't need to be anything fancy. 64GB is just too small though long term. Better than the 32GB that some vendors are still shovelling out though. :)


Why would you go through all the faff when you can just buy a real Chromebook? Just remember, things like Cloudready don't have Android App support.

LENOVO IdeaPad Duet 10.1" 2 in 1 Chromebook - MediaTek P60T, 128 GB eMCP, Blue & Grey - £349 @ Currys PC World
Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
2 in 1 design Switch from work to play in an instant with the Lenovo IdeaPad Duet 10.1" 2 in 1 Chromebook . The detachable magnetic keyboard seamlessly transforms the Chromeboo… Read more
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The 350 quid one is windows. The HP x360 12b is Chrome.


Is that a Windows laptop? If so completely irrelevant


I went for the HP x360 12b. It is the same price as this but I saw refurbished ones on Laptops direct for £250. I agree I would have waited if I could have had this do 250 but at 350 it defeats the point entirely of a low cost system. Especially, when Costco are selling a 10th gen I3 laptop for the same price. Where is the value is my question.


I agree. Only thing I would add though is I have an 8-9 year old Chromebook which will not die. The battery is still lasting 6 plus hours. Updates have now stopped last year but still a great device. I don't think there are many 8-9 year old Android tablets that are still going strong.


I do agree they are different devices but for most I would say 90% there is little difference in what you want to do with it and what it can do. Both do the same thing for most users don't care which device it is unless you want something specific running Linux apps or having better compatibility with android apps. But I do think most would prefer an android tablet due to it running apps on play store better, and for most people that's what they need most. But each person's needs are different. If you pair it up with a Bluetooth keyboard and trackpad you pretty much good to go for most people. It does come down to price for some and lenovo m10 plus with 4gb ram and 64gb storage can be had for £150 from Costco less than half the price for this this doesn't seem like a good deal even if this was £300.

IdeaPad 5 - R3 4300u, 8GB, 256GB, IPS screen, backlit KB, 57Wh battery - £499 delivered @ Lenovo UK
Posted 27th JunPosted 27th Jun
IdeaPad 5 14ARE05 £409 base price. £499 with the bells and whistles Make these selections for this price. Notes: 57wh battery is £10 Backlit KB is £10 128Gb basic, 256Gb… Read more
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Agreed, but it has a good IPS screen, can do movies and spreadsheets and meets budget and is in stock. It's not for gamers or creatives but it has its place. Agreed though the processor ain't great.


These aren’t even remotely close spec wise I3 is dual core, lower base frequency vs the AMD Quad core and 600mz higher base clock Intel has a 400mhz turbo, but those are rarely sustained.


I have the 15inch one with the 4500u chip. The laptop is good but the IPS screen I have is nothing special at all. My old Asus X53E screen looked much better than this


https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-zenbook-ux431fa-14-inch-full-hd-ips-level-thin-laptop-intel-i3-10110u-256-gb-pci-e-ssd-8-gb-ram-windows-10-49999-at-amazon-3479802 Alternative in the same price bracket for the backlits and IPS.


Huge wait times... But I did it anyways. One of the only laptops around with these new AMD chips. Got the 256gb, IPS, 16GB ram for future proofing and the 4700u for the slightly better GPU for £560. Wish I'd have seen the double discount before though! Only got 10% off. Fingers crossed it shows up sooner rather than later

Incredible Price for Lenovo ideaPad S340 14 with NMVe + DDR4 + USB Type C !! £499.97 @ Box
Posted 26th JunPosted 26th Jun
While it lasts i would imagine... Thiking it is the closest to Zen 2 performance on that price after cancelling 2 orders cause Zen2 are getting delayed Intel Core i5-1035G1 Q… Read more



So all £600 laptops don't work correctly. Right, got you now. No need to go overboard over a cheap laptop.


Oh, I see. £600 laptops don't need to work correctly or be fit for purpose. Thanks for putting me right on that.


Serious question - have you ever owned a higher end Lenovo? I personally wouldn't touch most lower end laptops, irrespective of brand. Pay peanuts, get monkeys etc etc. This is one of the many reason Apple products are really good, they are super optimised and even the low end products are really good. PS. I don't own any Apple products, nor am I a fan. But I can respect them.


In relation the comments (well one comment) about batteries, I use a lenovo at work at the battery lasts all day and has been in use for ages so no idea what that user has been doing with theirs! Ive been so impressed with my work one I've just bought one for the family. This isnt a bad price but if you goto Lenovo direct you can often find better. With a Blue light discount which granted not everybody has, you save an extra 10% so I just paid a little less than this price for the 15" "C" version which is also a two in one so touchscreen and flips into tablet mode. The price of laptops do seem to have been higher lately presumably as so many people are working at home and homeschooling pushing up demand.

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Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 1 11 Inch (11.6 Inch) HD Laptop (AMD A4, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC) - Platinum Grey £159 delivered at Amazon
Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Your daily computing companion: Feather-light, weighing only 1.2 kg's, this Lenovo laptop is the best travel partner you could ask for Crystal-clear display and audio: High defini… Read more

Depends on what you are using it for, different products. I do like the thought of. Chromebook though, but because some work applications I've never had one.


Nearly unusable with win10. I installed a slimmed down version on my similarly spec'ed laptop and it runs very well. 34 seconds boot from cold.


I've got a 5 year old thinkpad X240.. It's fast, the battery is fantastic (6 cells) and it's better than my work laptop which is newer.


I agree, but if you find one at the same money or slightly more. Currys Business has one this size for this price.


But a Chromebook of the same money will wipe the floor with this in performance and battery life.

Lenovo Ideapad C340 FHD 8GB 128GBHDD @ Costco for £474.99
Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
Decent spec 2-in-1 convertible laptop Features Screen Size 15.6 inch Screen Technology IPS - Full HD Weight 2kg Dimensions H 2 x W 36.4 x D 25 cm Colour Silver Brand Lenovo Type… Read more

I like Lenovo products. Quality goods. What always puts me off is ordering them from Lenovo/Digital River. The fact this is from Costco is resassuring and a good deal!


Cold, they fitted the screen on the wrong side (lol)


Can people not give their honest opinions on a brands quality? I am sure that takes place on here for most posts. Are you an administrator for hukd? If not then you no what to do. Take a walk.


No problems with battery life on my Lenovo Yoga Tablet.


Give it a rest with your boring vendetta...nothing wrong with batteries on any Lenovo I've had

Lenovo thinkpad usb-c dock gen 2 £94.99 with code at Lenovo UK
Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
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Looks like it can only do handle one 4k screen at 60hz? Can't do dual at that Res and refresh?


More or less anything that's new Lenovo ThinkPad peripheral related gets -ve temperatures on HUKD. Doesn't & shouldn't reflect what is a good price for Lenovo premium product.


Thanks for sharing your first deal with us @wh05-wax It's a great deal, shame it's gone cold :( Hope to see more deals from you soon (highfive)


Not sure why people are giving this the arctic chill, this is a cracking price for a dock with so many ports.


Lol their loss, it’s a good price!

Refurbished Lenovo Thinkpad P50 Laptop i7 6820HQ 2.70Ghz 256GB SSD Win 10 US Keyboard Grade A £359.99 at itzoo
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
Lenovo Thinkpad P50 Laptop i7 6820HQ 2.70Ghz 256GB SSD Win 10 US Keyboard

My company ordered about 30 of these from them over the last 6-9 months, every single one has held a good charge and come with a genuine Lenovo 90Wh 6-cell battery still working fine. So based on my/our experience I’d say they’re fine - then again, even if they weren’t they’re used machines so I expect some battery wear. The consumer laptops are never great, as they often give them tiny 2-cell batteries, maybe that’s the issue. It’s about on par with a GTX 950M (a little slower actually) but makes it fine for some light gaming duties - it’ll run eSports stuff and games like WoW just fine. Build quality on the P50 will blow the Nitro 5 away, but if you’re a gamer, Acer Nitro 5 is a nice machine and the 1050 is a very respectable gaming card.


If you really want one, this needs a bit of patience. They refresh the site every day, sometimes first thing in the morning or in the afternoon. The large GB RAM options sell out quickly (I know this because it took me a few weeks to get the one I wanted!). The usual codes TWITTER10 FACEBOOK10 THANKS10 no longer work and you can get £10 off your next order when you purchase (just checked my emails and it does indeed run out in two weeks after ordering)! They have weekend/bank holiday specials now and then. You can get 10% off if you sign up to their Newsletter - the code seems randomised now (I have a recent email for that, too). Codes don't work with items in the Bargains section.


They sell one per advertised. I'd advise buying it for £360 with a 10% code.


The link here does not work. But when you search their site price is now £400.


If you're serious about this machine, don't wait around. They will sell out. Even if you get the 8GB model, they're so easy to upgrade to a max of 64GB. I bough an 8GB model and then bought some Crucial 16GB Sodim on a sale posted on HUKD.

Lenovo Ideapad S145, Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 15.6 Inch Laptop, 81W8004YUK £329.89 at Costco
Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
- 2 year warranty included from costco -Intel Core i3-1005G1 Processor - Integrated Intel UHD Graphics - Windows 10 Home Packs a real punch With a 10th Gen Intel Core i3 process… Read more
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Got it today, added another 4gb ram, and a 1tb 5400 sata drive. Was pretty simple to open (once i got the proper kit with the plastic picks) ran pretty well even with 4gb, running a lot better with 8gb. updating windows and levono drivers, and then installing bitdefender and other basic sotware. not bad for £330 and a £70 upgrade. for a total of £400, not bad


Already ordered one of these now. Also ordered a 4gb stick of ram and a 1tb hdd. Looked into the other one a bit further, you can add a sata bay to it, just need to get a sata to zif connector. Too much work lol


The ASUS I mentioned earlier claims to have M.2 NVME + a 2.5" SATA slot. Haven't confirmed that but specs claim it does


looked at the specs for the Ryzen version, doesn't mention anything about adding a second drive. eventually asked e*byer, and they confirmed it only has a m.2 nve drive and no sata slot. Was perfect otherwise. This model apparanly does have a spare sata slot, so bar the difference in ram and hdd, its probably more worthwile since it can be upgraded


yea thats it. https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/software-download/windows10, go there from another PC, they provide a tool to simplify the process. Plug USB stick in, within the Win 10 media creation tool tell it to download the right version to the stick. Once finished, plug stick into new laptop, turn on laptop. It may go straight to it or you may need to press Del or F1 or similar (usually says on screen during bootup) to get into the BIOS, then you tell the laptop to boot from USB, should then load up from the stick, can then install windows, reboot & if needed change the bios back to use the SSD to boot instead of USB. Good to go.

Lenovo Ideapad S145, Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 15.6 Inch Laptop, 81W8004YUK - £349.99 @ Costco
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Posted 20th JunPosted 20th JunLocalLocal
2 year warrenty from costco - Intel Core i3-1005G1 Processor - Integrated Intel UHD Graphics - Windows 10 Home - Up to 5.5 hours - 1.85kg - Black colour Packs a real punch Wi… Read more
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I need a laptop to do some light photo editing, using Lightroom, is this suitable?


At the very least I would recommend upgrade the RAM to 8GB




Thanks. (y)


yes and the rest, quite capable laptop for standard use.

Lenovo Ideapad S540 14 Laptop - Copper - Ryzen 5 3500u - £479 @ Lenovo Store
Posted 20th JunPosted 20th Jun
Similar spec to Matebook 14 and Magic book, but with the camera in the right place. Processor AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Processor ( 2.10GHz 2MB ) Operating SystemWindows 10 Home in S mod… Read more
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Feel for you mate as I’m in the same boat sadly. Ordered an Ideapad 3 Ryzen 5 on 24th April. It was supposed to be delivered on 29th May but never arrived! After an 8 working day investigation conducted by UPS it’s now officially lost! I’ve now requested Lenovo to send out an Advanced Replacement which will allegedly take 3-4 weeks but I’m not holding my breathe. Utter shambles tbh.


Worst company ever. I'm still waiting on a laptop I ordered on 20th April. I've rang them numerous times and apparently they are investigating its whereabouts. During this time they have failed to contact me once.


it's because its already discounted in Students portal and you have to use a code there to get this price which means it will not work with any other discounts and the price you see is the price you pay. and for non-students its' discounted aswell but the code automaticaly applied (so you don't see it), means you can't use additional code on here. £479.00 is the price unfortunatly student or not


From my personal experience lenovo are terrible when something goes wrong. I've been waiting since 4th june for a refund and every day its "sorry but wait until tomorrow and the relevant department will provide an update" So many tomorrows...


Sorry, I wasn't clear. I have a registered account. It just doesn't take any discount off this laptop.

Lenovo Ideapad S145, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 15.6 Inch Laptop - £549.99 delivered @ Costco
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Posted 20th JunPosted 20th Jun
Features - Intel Core i7-1065G7 Processor - Integrated Intel Iris Plus Graphics - Windows 10 Home - Up to 5.5 hours - 1.85kg - Black colour Packs a real punch With a 10th Gen … Read more

Just got it. Its 1080p :D


Out of stock


I guess we'll find out in a few days


SO is the costco website incorrect? And the lenovo website correct? or is it the other way round?


I need a 14 inch one similar to this, without a numeric keypad. Any ideas?

Lenovo ideapad S340 14 Ryzen 3 3200U, FHD, 4GB, 128GB SSD, Radeon Vega 3 with Newsletter 10% signup code £296.99 at Lenovo UK
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Obviously this will be a TN screen at this price, but it's a good spec for the price for basic computing. Features Great for entertainmentThe IdeaPad S340 brings your audio exper… Read more
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yes now OOS - i'm being really dumb here but I can't see the newsletter sign up link?


Oos (annoyed)


Probably 2021


Do u have a link?


Its the i5 6300U. Thanks for the benchmark. Looked it up.

IdeaPad 5 14" (Ryzen 7 4800U, 100% sRGB IPS, 16GB 3200, 512GB SSD, KB Backlit, 95w Type C, 57 Wh Batt) £680.39 @ Lenovo Education w/ code
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Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
Hello All, I noticed that the 14" IdeaPad 5 has finally popped up on the Lenovo store with the Ryzen 7 4800u. Not as good of a deal as the 15" version of this posted previously as… Read more
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My billing address is different from shipping too. Order 19th June, expected shipping date 10th July.


Strange, I ordered a 4700U 4 days after you on 26/2 and my status is shipped on 10/7 and delivered on 20/7.


I know I missed it :(


It was posted 30h ago:)


Says its been used unfortunately. Can someone who has a spare code pm me please. Thanks.

Lenovo Ideapad 5i 14" Laptop with 16gb ram 256gb SSD I5 1035G1 & Nvidia MX350 - £589.49 delivered @ Lenovo - Newsletter Sign Up 10% off
Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
edit: Remember to get Quidco, which is 2.5% which should cover IPS upgrade Video review in German but shows off the machine and has a few gameplay demos https://youtu.be/h34iq6052… Read more

Nope, I had a problem with the ssd on my T480 and I requested for a replacement via phone call. I'm from Romania and I ordered the ssd on Friday, on Monday I already had the brand new ssd, so the support it's very fast :) My only problem with the laptop it's that I have i5 and no graphic card and I would like to replace it with this laptop, i7 version, 16 ram and mx350


Will take that on board for next time. (y)


if it has not been delivered paypay will refund always much quicker than s75


PayPal cover is worse than s75. With s75 the card issuer is jointly and severably liable. So the money will always be returned it's just the pain in the a?se of chasing it down


always use paypal

LENOVO IdeaPad S145 AMD A4 Laptop - 128 GB SSD, Grey 15.6” at Currys £259
Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
Got this on eBay £249 delivered via an app code. May be worth checking your accounts. Even at £259 it’s not a bad price for the spec. Thoughts please

What’s the best laptop I can get for under £300 quid. Any recommendations


I’m currently using this as a teacher working from home. Use it for email, word processing, PowerPoint, excel and internet browsing. Fantastic laptop for the money, although I got mine for £199 from argos Black Friday at Christmas. Easy to set up, easy to use and fast for my requirements. My 10 year old also uses it for his school work. Don’t need to spend a lot for a laptop to do the basics.


Was one of these. Last week there was a 20% off floating about. They come up quite a lot. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HP-EliteBook-Revolve-810-G2-Core-i5-4200U-8GB-256GB-Touchscreen-Webcam-Laptop/233568546546 Surprisingly, the screen is much bigger than a netbook and flips round so you can use it as a tablet.


My past experience has shown that the batteries are rubbish, I will never touch a lenovo product again!


I just checked for fun and a 10 year old I5 is no slower then this. You are right, shocking!

Lenovo Ideapad C340 14 Onyx Black, AMD Ryzen 5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD £549.99 / £494.99 w/newsletter discount @ Lenovo UK
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Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
10% off when signing up for newsletter Lenovo Ideapad C340 14 Onyx Black AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Processor ( 2.10GHz 2MB ) Windows 10 Home 6414.0"FHD Glare 1920x1080 4.0GB PC4-19200 DD… Read more
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Apparently it is now discontinued - and has been removed from the website. I guess there will be a new design coming out soon with the newer much faster Ryzen processors. Currys have some in stock still (but without the discount mentioned here)


Mine arrived yesterday. Not the best of colour but very good laptop.


There is only one lower price one in the range that does not come with it and is an add on for £39.99. It will show you on the website.


This model is out of stock now, I contacted them and they dont think they will be having more in


Does it come with the Active Pen too?

Ideapad 1 Intel Pentium N5030, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 14 inch Full HD Laptop - Grey - £279.99 @ Very
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Depends what they're a student of really...


They do have their place. They obviously synchronise well with a phone and can behave more like a phone. The one day I had one I found it fast too. I think its for a specific basic purpose type of use and select demographic. I dont see it catching on in its current form anytime soon though.


In my experiece yeah they are a bit limiting but the limitation means you run at a level the specs allow, i would find trying to use this even for word after a year a painful experience. they are very different ecosystems, i like a chromebook for speed and light stuff but I always have my work laptop near by


I understand your frustration with Chrome OS noshsdad. There are lots of shortcuts and guestures that no-one tells you about. Once you know them however, things get much better.

Ideapad 3 Ryzen 5 4500u 8GB 256GB SSD (Students) - £431.99 @ Lenovo
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Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
Seems like a very good deal latest amd ryzen 5 processor. You can change storage for £40 extra to give 512GB Only available for students. Can access from unidays or education stor… Read more

This is the adventure of Lenovo/UPS.


Thursday 6am was leaving germany, then it came friday, so god knows for u if its been messing within the uk. lit got in the uk mid afternoon scanned uk, 10am next day here.


In also ordered on 20th of April but still haven't received mine despite it's already been in UK all week. It keeps cruising between Stanford le Hope and Barking. Lenovo cs can't help, UPS cs not accessible:(


i ordered this: 20th april, got delv: yesterday £222 Ex Vat. Ships in 3-4 weeks. < email after email pushing it back lol Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Processor (2.10GHz, Max Boost up to 3.70GHz, 4 Cores, 4MB Cache ) Operating System - Free-DOS Operating System Language - Free-DOS Onboard Memory - 4GB DDR4 2400MHz Onboard Selectable Memory - 4GB DDR4 2400MHz SoDIMM Total Memory - 8GB DDR4 2400MHz Onboard Second Hard Drive - 256GB Solid State Drive, M.2 2242, PCIe-NVMe, TLC Display - 15.6" FHD (1920x1080), TN, 220nits, Anti-glare, No touch Graphic Card - Integrated Graphics Camera - 0.3M Camera with Array Microphone Color - Abyss Blue Keyboard - Keyboard Grey English (UK) Wireless - Wireless 2x2 AC, Bluetooth Version 5.0 or above Surface Treatment - IMR Palmrest - PC/ABS Battery - 2 Cell Li-Polymer Internal Battery, 35Wh Power Cord - 65W Wall Mount AC Adapter (2pin)-UK Language Pack - Publication-English Warranty - 1 Year Courier or Carry-in for the cost: its decent, the screen isnt the best to what im use to lol. but for a laptop of its budget very very good though, itll do my daughter for her up coming college to do work on, ive given her one of usb SSDs for extra storage something she can use for removable then put more inside of it, itll do her good. they are what they are, smashing price then others in its region good bang for buck. £431.99 for the slight over on the 4500U, looking at the performance between the 3500 4500 doesnt seem to be that worthy for cost value. unless the 3500u i got was an exceptional, just the gap doesnt add up in value but if the 3500u is marginal normal under then its possible. £150 gap..between that deal n this deal doesnt quite add up though. but saying that... this does have the windows cost in there,


Ordered a similar deal (Ideapad) 6 weeks ago and the camera seems to be detached at a hardware level. Thank you, Lenovo, for the QA.

[Student Only + Newsletter 10%] Lenovo Ideapad 3 (14"/15"/17") Base Price after discounts: £299.76/£299.76/£405 at Lenovo UK
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a few days ago the Lenovo Ideapad 3 14" deal was posted by bob_wibbles big thanks to him for alerting everyone to this deal. Normal base prices: 14" £369.99 15" £369.99 17" £49… Read more

I don't think this is possible anymore. Is anybody able to confirm. I have access to the gbeducation site but when I add my email sign up code it states invalid.


thanks for the well documented reply (y)


i can only assume then this is a PEBKAC issue. it works perfectly fine. im not sure what you are doing to get lenovosave Get the newsletter code from the bottom of the page Go to Student Beans or Unidays, search lenovo, click the offer, you get redirected to gbeducation. https://lenovo.studentbeans.com/ https://www.myunidays.com/GB/en-GB/partners/lenovo/access/online click the link in the thread for the model you want, customise, add to cart. 14" https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/threaddesc/3474202/16416882 15" https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/threaddesc/3474202/16416883 17" https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/threaddesc/3474202/16416884 enter newsletter code (its in your email)


yup when i log in with student beans the student discount seems to be applied by the code i mentioned.


no use studentbeans or Unidays. it takes you to the GBeducation store. if you have access to the Uk rewards store this is identical

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