Middling spec for the price, IMO. The 8250 is showing its age already, especially compared to the 4000 series Ryzens (I expect some of those to be available around this price with much better performance and efficiency to boot). Good amount of storage though tbf, but you can often upgrade this yourself (or even add a 2.5" drive to some 14" models without having to remove the NVME/SSD storage). You're really paying for the form factor, which personally isn't something I'd want to pay extra for. EDIT: The 3700U (last gen Ryzen) found in this deal performs better than the 8250 according to Passmark. And that laptop is more than £100 less, though slightly larger and not a convertible. Backs up my point above, really.
Perhaps the shape, not the specs or the keyboard layout. I would much prefer this keyboard layout, but couldn't justify the extra £250 for just that and the extra bit of storage! But this also comes with a 3 year warranty. P. S. If I'm not mistaken this was slightly cheaper when posted previously. Edit: No it wasn't.
I have the Viglen - looks identical!!
That one is the 256GB model :)
Looks like a rebranded version of that Viglen convertible that was around for £399 at Christmas and in February?