How much would you normally pay for a laptop? A premium computer often costs in excess £1,000, while many budget devices retail for around half of that.
But what if I told you that it’s possible to buy a Windows 11 laptop for just over £100? Yes, you read that correctly. The laptop in question is the GeoBook 110, which is currently available for only £109.99 at Box – a 39% discount.
It gets even better, though, with a one-year Microsoft 365 Personal subscription (usually £59.99) thrown in at no extra cost.
As you might imagine, the specs of the GeoBook 110 are very basic. It’s powered by Intel’s Celeron N4020 processor from 2019, alongside 4GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC storage. But that should still be enough for some light web browsing, word processing or managing email. You might even be able to watch the occasional video and take advantage of the integrated stereo speaker.
An 11.6in display makes it a very compact laptop, though the 1366×768 resolution is respectable. You also get a built-in webcam, microphone and decent port selection (USB-A, microSD and mini HDMI), all within a 0.99kg chassis.
The GeoBook runs Windows 11 Home in S mode out of the box, meaning you can only download apps from the Microsoft Store. It’s easy to switch to full Windows 11 Home, but not recommended on a device like this.
While the GeoBook 110 is a traditional clamshell laptop, Geo also makes a Windows 11 tablet with detachable keyboard.
It’s known as the the GeoPad 110, and at £139.99 via Box, it’s now less than half price. That’s before you even factor in the included keyboard and pen, and 12 months of free Microsoft 365 Personal.
As the resident expert on Windows, Senior Staff Writer Anyron’s main focus is PCs and laptops. Much of the rest of his time is split between smartphones, tablets and audio, with a particular focus on Android devices.