HP Trade Up Scheme Brings Cheapest ProBook Price To £225

HP is currently running a trade up scheme that offers at least £150 discount on a range of laptops including the Elitebook, Mobile Workstation, Workstations, Probook M, B and S Series.

Although there are a large number of permutations (check the site here), we found out that whatever the brand of computer you are willing to trade in, as long as it is in good working order and from a recognised brand that operates in the UK, you will be entitled to at least £150 cashback within roughly 60 days.

You must have purchased the products from a reputable company prior to utilising the trade up scheme as you will need some paperwork to begin the cashback application.

We identified the HP Probook 4525S laptop as being the most affordable device in the Probook range. It currently costs £374.98 at SaveOnLaptops, a price that falls down to £224.98 including delivery after the discount.

The laptop comes with a dual core AMD Turion II P560 CPU with 3GB RAM, 320GB hard disk, a DVD writer, ATI Radeon HD 4250 graphics solution, a webcam, three USB ports, Bluetooth, GbE, up to four hours battery life, HDMI and eSATA ports, ExpressCard and Windows 7 Professional Edition, which by itself is worth around half the cost of the discounted laptop.