Now is the perfect time to pick up a new cheap laptop, as it is the time of the year when retailers drop their prices to the lowest amounts seen all year round.
We have another recommendation for anyone who is looking to buy right now, with the HP 14-BS039NA 14-inch Intel Pentium with 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD memory laptop bundle in Gold which is now available at Argos for £279.99.
HP laptops are always popular of course but sometimes it is difficult to know which one to choose. This model comes with a bundle so for the price you get the laptop and also a stylish carry case, 1 year of McAfee internet security, a year’s access to Microsoft Office 365 and also PC Mover Pro software which will help you transfer files from your previous computer to this new HP one.
Key HP 14-BS039NA specs include a 14-inch LED display which offers a 1366 x 768 resolution, quad-core Intel Pentium 1.6GHz N3710 processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB SSD drive, Windows 10 and Intel HD Graphics 405 card.
There’s also a built-in SD card reader, Bluetooth, HDMI port, 2 USB 3.1 ports, one USB 2.0 port, dual speakers and webcam for web chats with friends and family.
It’s important to know that this laptop does have a hard disc drive so it won’t play your CDs or DVDs. However with the shift to digital this isn’t too much of a problem and with SSD on board instead, this laptop is going to be very impressive in terms of performance.
The HP 14-BS039NA laptop isn’t suitable as a gaming laptop though sadly, as Intel HD graphics 405 are not going to be able to run the latest games on medium or high settings so you can forget about that.
The good news though is that the HP 14-BS039NA 14 Inch Intel Pentium laptop reviews are extremely impressive. As of November 2017, this model has a 4.7/5 rating with over 90 reviews – read through them here towards the bottom of the page to get all the feedback you need from buyers.
Are you interested in this laptop? For £279.99 we feel it is an excellent price so if you want to buy it from Argos you can find it here.
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