LincPlus P1 13.3″ Laptop with Windows 10 S(upgradable to Win11 ), Full HD IPS Notebook Intel Celeron N4020 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC Storage Fanless Quiet Slim Netbook with QWERTY UK Keyboard


  • 1. Windows laptop - The LincPlus P1 laptop is based on latest Intel Celeron Gemini Lake N4020 processor. Windows 10 and trial version Microsoft Office installed. Able to upgrade to Windows 11.
  • 2. Lightweight ultrabook - Slim and lightweight metal casing coupled with a full-sized QWERTY keyboard for a range of practical applications such as study, family use, business, and entertainment.
  • 3. Wifi notebook - Built-in internal Dual-band 2.4G+5G Wifi, enabling a connection that is more Stable and faster than single 2.4G.
  • 4. Full HD Netbook - 1920x1080 Full HD resolution display offers high-quality and clear HD images.
  • 5. Powerful 4500mAh/34.2Watt battery capacity. 6-8h average usage on a single full charge.


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Product Description




FHD laptop

Intel CPU

Tack­le a diverse range of tasks and pow­er-demand­ing pro­grams eas­i­ly with the Intel Gem­i­ni N4000 Processor(9th Gen­er­a­tion) which deliv­ers opti­mal per­for­mance and user experience.

Full size keyboard

With an ergonom­ic design and large-sized keys,the key­board of the Linc­Plus P1 is both durable and stylish.The QWERTY lay­out and UV coat­ing con­tributes to effi­cient and sat­is­fy­ing typing.

FHD display

1920×1080 full HD res­o­lu­tion dis­play deliv­er impres­sive high-qual­i­ty image and an immer­sive visu­al expe­ri­ence that can be adapt­ed to your needs.With a pow­er­ful graph­ics processor,you can enjoy watch­ing movies and brows­ing pic­ture in comfort.

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Additional information

Weight 1.46 kg
Dimensions 31.7 × 21.5 × 1.7 cm


Product Dimensions

31.7 x 21.5 x 1.7 cm; 1.46 Kilograms


1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. included

Item model number



LincPlus P1-UK



Form Factor


Notebook Display Technology


Screen Resolution



1920x1080 Pixels

Processor Brand


Processor Type

Celeron N4020

Processor Speed

2.6 GHz

Processor Count


RAM Size

4 GB

Memory Technology


Computer Memory Type


Maximum Memory Supported

512 GB

Hard Drive Size

64 GB

Hard Disk Description


Hard Drive Interface

Serial ATA

Graphics Coprocessor

Intel UHD Graphics 600

Graphics Chipset Brand


Graphics Card Interface


Connectivity Type


Wireless Type

Bluetooth 802.11ac

Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Number of HDMI Ports


Number of Microphone Ports


Hardware Platform


Operating System

Windows 10 S

Are Batteries Included


Lithium Battery Packaging

Batteries contained in equipment

Lithium Battery Voltage

7.6 Volts

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells


Item Weight

1.46 kg



Date First Available

5 Aug. 2018




  1. Har­mo­ny

    Per­fect for my son’s Year 7 school workThe media could not be loaded.

     This has come down in price since I bought it, prob­a­bly in prepa­ra­tion for Xmas but even for the price I paid, it was the best one for what my son needs. I had already bought him a lap­top about 2 weeks ago but had to send it back because there were prob­lems with acti­vat­ing Win­dows 10. Also, when it arrived, it felt cheap and frail because of the plas­tic case. Because of those rea­sons, we decid­ed to get one with a met­al case, hence this purchase.Everything works on this out of the box and for the first time I’ve seen, Cor­tana talks you through the set up of Win­dows. We like how robust the case is (being all met­al) but that also adds some com­fort­ing weight to it as well. 2 x USB 3 ports is plen­ty for con­nec­tiv­i­ty. I think that the most impor­tant thing that you get with this is the 4GB of RAM, this is a min­i­mum require­ment in my opin­ion for the inter­net etc. Also, the is a cov­er on the back that you remove to eas­il­ly upgrade the stor­age­with a M.2 2080 SSD card (this one will be increas­ing to 250GB over the next cou­ple of weeks) but you can increase the stor­age with a Micro USB card if you want to take the eas­i­er and quick­er route. As it stands though, we have installed all the MS Office Apps onto it (Word, Pow­er­Point, Excel) and they all work great. So as I said, per­fect for school, eas­i­ly fits in his back­pack, and he can use it to his hearts con­tent at home.

  2. Casi­novil­lain

    Great Machine shame about the web pageThis is a nice PC/laptop at a good price and very quick­ly deliv­ered. I installed a SSD hard dri­ve and then got stuck with the idea of boot­ing off the SSD. I went to their face book page but they are on hol­i­day for a week/10 days. (My bad luck) I then went to their web page which gives me great info about the machine but no sup­port about dri­vers or using SSD as boot disk. I had sent them an email but who answers email before your hol­i­day, eh. So I winged it about boot­ing off the SSD which I man­aged to do by cloning the EMMC to the SSD and then going onto the bios boot option from win­dows recov­ery and there the SSD showed as a boot option! Boot­ed back up again and it boot­ed into the SSD BUT with dri­vers not load­ing! Fixed that and the machine is run­ning fine/GREAT. Had to tin­ker with the disk man­age­ment to not show any dri­ve but the SSD BUT I did NOT for­mat the EMMC — that is to be done lat­er after a suit­able time for in depth test­ing. The EMMC has still got the orig­i­nal data on it so if all else fail in the near future I can boot back into it. Cross­ing fin­gers!! The rea­son I only gave it four stars is because I did not find a sup­port page with all dri­vers on the mak­ers web page which should be there! All in all I am well pleased with the lap­top and real­ly like the key­board. I hope they reply after the hol­i­day peri­od is over with the dri­vers for this machine in an email to me or post­ed up on the web page. That is the rea­son for the four stars, oth­er­wise it would be five!A few hours lat­er I had to rein­stall from USB (TOO MUCH tin­ker­ing). Worked well and am now run­ning insid­er on the lap­top. Con­fi­dent eMMc dri­ve can be used as stor­age so deleted/formatted the eMMc dri­ve. It is doing well and have not used the eMMc dri­ve at all!!

  3. Linus

    Great val­ue lap­top that looks pre­mi­um!I real­ly like this lap­top! I think it’s a good val­ue because you get a pre­mi­um-look­ing machine that is made of met­al, it’s super thin and light, the over­all per­for­mance has been good, the key­board is com­fort­able to type on, the dis­play is sharp and the bat­tery lasts a long time. So far I did­n’t have any issues with it!Overall, I can def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend this lap­top as it offers a lot of val­ue for the price!

  4. Benoit Vaton

    Sur­pris­ing­ly great !When I bought this com­put­er I did­n’t real­ly knew what to expect from this. Unknown brand, impos­si­ble to find any­thing about it any­where else than ama­zon, etc..But it turn out it’s a great com­put­er !Great look­ing and work­ing great !It’s definit­ly bet­ter to upgrade it with a SSD because it can be a bit slow, which is nor­mal for the set­up, but once it’s upgrade it’s great!Also the cus­tomer ser­vice is just awesome.Quick and full replies, real­ly help­full, and real­ly here for his customers.The qual­i­ty and the look of a Mac­book, but with­out the stu­pid price !Go for it blindly !

  5. Kin­dle Customer

    A good choice for me.Lap­top is liv­ing up to expec­ta­tions so far.Storage was a bit small but have upgrad­ed with a 500GB ssd.The sup­port from Linc­Plus has been first class.Was sup­plied with instruc­tions and graph­ics to help with the upgrade and also advice on ssd type to pur­chase at my request.So far can­not fault the lap­top or sup­port for my needs and feel this pur­chase was a good choice.Would buy again.

  6. Tim T.

    It’s great! Very good val­ue for the mon­ey!!!I’m very pleased with this prod­uct as I bought only for £199… :)Great deal, good qual­i­ty, long bat­tery life, great mon­i­tor! Per­fect size and weight to cur­ry around the whole day! Bat­tery lasts for at least 7 hours…It boots into Win­dows in 20 seconds!I have also bought a WD BLUE 3D NAND SATA M.2 2280 250GB disk for only £40, used Macrium Reflect to copy the par­ti­tions to the new disk and it worked great!My advice for brows­er: install Max­thon, Opera or UC Brows­er. Chrome will crash the system…I will def­i­nite­ly buy anoth­er one for my daughter!!!UPDATE — NOV 2020:POOR qual­i­ty! The mon­i­tor hinge cracked as it is made of plastic.I bought now a Mate­book 14 which is just GREAT!!!

  7. E. Har­ris

    great lit­tle lap­toplight­weight, good screen, fast. very impor­tant that you add an SSDHDD. i emailed the ven­dor who told me which one to buy. took sec­onds to fit- there’s a lit­tle door under­neath that unscrews. a 500GB SSDHDD cost me £79. there’s only one USB port which is fine for most day to day use- how­ev­er it’s worth buy­ing a hub. bought it for my moth­er in law to replace her old, clunky and very heavy HP lap­top. she loves this one! i was informed by the ven­dor that there was a poten­tial issue with the key­board. they offered me a replace­ment machine or to down­load a file to update the ‘EC’, there­by keep­ing my orig­i­nal machine. i opt­ed for the down­load. they sent very clear instruc­tions. the update worked first time. so far, no prob­lems what­so­ev­er. very happy.

  8. Frankie

    Per­fect for workNot enough stor­age but I upgrad­ed it to 256G by ssd. Now it is a per­fect laptop.

  9. @readtheblurb

    After a year of use…This should be a five star review as when I first received this lap­top it was absolute­ly fan­tas­tic. It’s a bit weighty but not to bad. I found this a great lap­top for on the go as I’m a writer. Bat­tery life is fan­tas­tic and I was able to use it for hours on the go. For typ­ing it is also per­fect as the key­board is great. You can also eas­i­ly upgrade the stor­age for the laptop.Unfortunately after a year of use the hinge has already start­ed to break mean­ing I can­not close the lap­top prop­er­ly and it cracks every time I open it. It is almost on the verge of not being able to hold the screen up. I know this could “tech­ni­cal­ly” be my fault but I take great care of my elec­tron­ics and have nev­er dropped or bumped it, so am think­ing the case/hinge isn’t great quality.Also the stor­age seems to have run out. I’m not over­ly com­put­er savvy so don’t know how to install the OS to the big­ger SSD. This means that the OS is on the 32g HD. Because of win­dows auto­mat­ic updates they’re tak­ing up the space lit­tle by lit­tle and there’s noth­ing I can do about it. I’ve tried can­celling them but they force me to update. I’ve also tried re-start­ing the lap­top to fac­to­ry set­tings but am not allowed to do that as there needs to be a cer­tain amount of space to do so.So yeh basi­cal­ly stuck with a lap­top that I cant trans­port any­more or save files on prop­er­ly anymore.

  10. Audrius P.

    So far so goodHad for a few months now, and it’s been a great piece of tech­nol­o­gy. The lap­top is quick enough, touch­pad works fine (it’s a bit big­ger that most lap­tops though, but can eas­i­ly get used to it and it’s not real­ly an issue for me.), the key­board is great, very nice and smooth. Bat­tery life has been great. At least 10 hours when ful­ly charged. Took about 6.5 hours of movie stram­ing till it died and that’s decent. It seems like it over­heats some­times, then it just turns off straight away, even with a charg­er (it would stop charg­ing). Some­times it does it like twice an hour with­out even doing much with it. But some­times I watch films for few hours straight and noth­ing. It’s weird. But it’s not too con­sis­tent. Still lik­ing the logo :)P.S. The logo looks like Linkin Park logo’s mid­dle bit, so it’s kin­da cool.

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