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Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080ti AORUS XTREME £720.99 @ Ebuyer

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Pretty sweet price drop for such a great card. This price is currently beating out alza.co.uk by around £24 and other shops such as amazon, scan and overclockers by £60+ Not sure how long this de Read More
Pretty sweet price drop for such a great card. This price is currently beating out alza.co.uk by around £24 and other shops such as amazon, scan and overclockers by £60+ Not sure how long this de
MelinTrip Avatar7h agoFound 7 hours ago5 Comments
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mamboboy
Such a shame people are allowed to vote on things they haven't a clue about.

Exactly. Clueless people voting cold on that which they know nothing about.

Sure you could buy an Xbox one, PS4 and Switch for the price of this card but this is a different beast entirely intended for a different kind of gamer.

http://oi66.tinypic.com/2h6shsh.jpg

Edited By: K1LLER_HORNET on Apr 28, 2017 01:54
adamskiidu_44
Shame this deal is cold, this price is the cheapest for this item and therefore a hot deal, also this is arguably the best 1080ti
The Zotac is the best, then it's the MSI one, AORUS extreme is actually the most disappointing of the top 1080tis so far....
mamboboy
Thanks for the post MelinTrip. Such a shame people are allowed to vote on things they haven't a clue about.
This is one of the higher end 1080 Ti's and its being sold at just over the same price as Founders Edition cards.
I have an MSI 1080 Ti Gaming X and paid £30 more than this... wish I'd held out for this now.
Heat added. Not that it matters :(

Ah well, what can you do. If anyone's searching for a new 1080ti this card is right up there with Asus' Strix OC model and for £80 less you cannot go wrong.

I've been hunting a better price for this card over the past few weeks, emailing companies for price matches etc. Nearly ordered from Alza but have never purchased from them before so was a bit apprehensive. :|
Shame this deal is cold, this price is the cheapest for this item and therefore a hot deal, also this is arguably the best 1080ti
Thanks for the post MelinTrip. Such a shame people are allowed to vote on things they haven't a clue about.

This is one of the higher end 1080 Ti's and its being sold at just over the same price as Founders Edition cards.

I have an MSI 1080 Ti Gaming X and paid £30 more than this... wish I'd held out for this now.

Heat added. Not that it matters :(
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BenQ ZOWIE XL2411 24" 144Hz - Ebuyer - £229.97 Free Delivery

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£229.97 @ Ebuyer
Might not be for everyone but a great monitor with some sterling reviews. It's currently the same price as Amazon's lowest price ever on this item - not usually so well discounted. Read More
Might not be for everyone but a great monitor with some sterling reviews. It's currently the same price as Amazon's lowest price ever on this item - not usually so well discounted.
Pulse_uk Avatar19h, 46m agoFound 19 hours, 46 minutes ago3 Comments
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I have been hunting for a 144hz monitor for almost a year, but been too cheap to buy the 1440p 27" ones. I finally found a cheap 24" FHD 144" Acer XB240H rev1 (no gsync) one for £150 that I bought while waiting on gsync2/freesync2 to come out.

I very seriously considered this monitor, but since I only consider 24" FHD ones a stepping stone, was too cheap to splash out for it...
Lahn
Great price, not sure why this is cold... silly HUKD

Not really sure, when it's the cheapest price by ~10% than any other reputable supplier. Even when you compare with other competitors offerings, it's in a similar price point for arguably superior quality.

I guess people don't consider it a special deal. Constructive criticism would be helpful, always used to be the way. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. It's true that performance technology often gets voted cold because people believe there is some sort of false economy; it is a shame as HotUkDeals is the first place I go to track these types of deals.

Edited By: Pulse_uk on Apr 27, 2017 11:19
Great price, not sure why this is cold... silly HUKD
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Gigabyte GTX 1070 Xtreme Gaming £317.99 Ebuyer

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Been eyeing up for 1070's and 1080's pretty hard. Upgraded my PC today with high end specs. Currently at work and decided to price spy some 1070's. This 1070 usually goes for a minimum of £420.… Read More
Been eyeing up for 1070's and 1080's pretty hard. Upgraded my PC today with high end specs. Currently at work and decided to price spy some 1070's. This 1070 usually goes for a minimum of £420.…
AznAntony Avatar1d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours ago7 Comments
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bouttime2
I got an email from ebuyer promoting these at £317 yesterday so i think the price was genuine. Was so tempted myself. The TechPowerUp review gave these 98% and it's the fastest GTX 1070 you can buy. An absolute steal at this price. ;)
Damn! I wish they'd update me. Well the order is processed! So I am pretty chuffed :D

Edited By: AznAntony on Apr 27, 2017 14:03
I also wait for 1070 drop close to 300 for decent model... Could have nice weekend as rest parts waiting only for graphic to complete build....
No. ...
I got an email from ebuyer promoting these at £317 yesterday so i think the price was genuine. Was so tempted myself. The TechPowerUp review gave these 98% and it's the fastest GTX 1070 you can buy. An absolute steal at this price. ;)
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MSI GL62 7QF - Gaming Laptop - Kabylake i5 7300HQ / 8GB RAM / 1TB HDD / 960M £599.98 @ Ebuyer (Free Kinzu SteelSeries V3 Mouse and MSI Mousepad)

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Pretty good price on this set up, no SSD, although it does say "NVMe M.2 SSD by PCIe Gen3 X4 up to 2200MB/s speed (optional)" So should be able to add a NVMe M.2 SSD later down the line, should you fe… Read More
Pretty good price on this set up, no SSD, although it does say "NVMe M.2 SSD by PCIe Gen3 X4 up to 2200MB/s speed (optional)" So should be able to add a NVMe M.2 SSD later down the line, should you fe…
NeoTrix Avatar1d, 14h agoFound 1 day, 14 hours ago17 Comments
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Could anyone confirm the screen type? TN or IPS?, I would like to know the adobe RGB accuracy. Thank you
I dont understand why they re still offering gaming laptops without SSD; or any laptop for that matter. Nowadays, you can get a 512gb SSD for less than £120.
hobnobgoblin
Nicko1387
Nick_S
I bought the MSI GL62 6QD with the i5-6300HQ and GTX 950M in October and I'm pretty happy with it. AN additional £30 for the 960M and the i5-7300HQ sounds like a good deal. However, the one-piece bottom with warranty sticker over the screw hole means you'll invalidate your warranty by adding an SSD or removing the battery to do a hard reset.

I bought the same MSI as yourself, wanted to add an SSD after I purchased so I enquired with MSI about the warranty, it doesn't void the warranty aslong as you are just putting an SSD in

Really? I wish I'd known this when i first set mine up; I was just going to struggle along with the slow hdd for a year and then switch it out once the warranty expired. Do you have to inform them you intend to put an SSD for warranty purposes, or can you just go straight ahead?

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Yes indeed. No you don't have to inform them, just if something goes wrong let them know you only opened it up to put an SSD in, just don't fiddle with anything else
bought this last week from ebuyer and put a nvme SSD in it. Great piece of kit, although unfortunately they don't really seem up for price matching themselves and i paid £50 more!
mecheekymonkey
bsmaff
Voted hot as very good price for spec.. Would of preferred a slightly more expensive option with a 1050
Try Alienware 13 r3 :) beast in a little container
more than a slightly though ;)
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Acer 23.6" UHD 4K 3840×2160 IPS monitor CB241HQK £199.97 @ eBuyer

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Saw this on eBuyer's Daily Deals page. Under £200 is pretty good for a 24" IPS UHD monitor with decent adjustable stand. It previously sold for £169.99 for a short time back in July 2016, but since… Read More
Saw this on eBuyer's Daily Deals page. Under £200 is pretty good for a 24" IPS UHD monitor with decent adjustable stand. It previously sold for £169.99 for a short time back in July 2016, but since…
Donuts123 Avatar2d, 7h agoFound 2 days, 7 hours ago4 Comments
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Yep, tough crowd! :)
Wow, with all those cold votes lots of people must know where to get it cheaper!
Anyone? No?
This place...

Edited By: jukkie on Apr 26, 2017 03:37
Donuts123
taras
http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/monitors-and-projectors/monitors/acer-cb280hk-1299426/review
hdmi 1.4 and poor colour reproduction .. its being discounted for a reason ..
D'oh, that's a completely different model of monitor with a 28" TN panel!

yesh a d'oh by me - i was just checking the model numbers and then deleted my post :P
taras
http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/monitors-and-projectors/monitors/acer-cb280hk-1299426/review
hdmi 1.4 and poor colour reproduction .. its being discounted for a reason ..
D'oh, that's a completely different model of monitor with a 28" TN panel!


Edited By: Donuts123 on Apr 25, 2017 20:09
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D-Link WiFi AC750 Router £19.97 @ ebuyer.com (C&C)

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D-Link AC750 Dual band Router, looks a good price, I am not aware of it's performance. Full specs are in the details page. Read More
D-Link AC750 Dual band Router, looks a good price, I am not aware of it's performance. Full specs are in the details page.
cojack Avatar5d, 12h agoFound 5 days, 12 hours ago22 Comments
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Looks like it's back to £25.64
Anyone got any recommendations for a decent range AC router please? I bought this one recently - NETGEAR R6220-100UKS AC1200 1200 Mbps (802.11ac), but sent it back as although it promised to extend my wireless range it didn't perform even half as well as the Buffalo Airstation WHR-G300N V2 that I'm hoping doesn't die on me! Sorry to hijack, this sounds a good deal. Heat.

(Assuming the range is OK of course!):D
The AP which I've connected via a 15m Ethernet cable to my router had exact instructions which said to set its address to 192.168.100.1 or similar. The 100 means (I think) that it's on a different subnet from devices connected to the 192.168.1.1 based main router.
buglawton
I recently added an extra access point to my loft. Experimented to see if my iPhone phone would 'roam seamlessly'. I ensured that the main router and AP had different wireless channels and found that:
1. If SSIDs are differently named, phone 'locks' to last manually selected access point even when it's weak.
2. If SSID names and passwords are identical, auto roaming to strongest signal seems to work fine. So long as the same band, eg 5gHz, is selected on the phone.
They have to be on different subnets (per the 2nd APs instructions), not yet hit issues with accessing wireless printer or Skype dropping call when APs switch, be interested to hear of any known snags.

Glad to hear it. Some devices are good at roaming, some are not. Oddly enough iPhones have a reputation for being absolutely terrible at roaming between access points (or, depending on how you look at it, very good at holding on) so either that's improved with newer iPhones or your signal upstairs from the downstairs point is really really poor (below the threshold for the phone to jump to the other one).
As you point out automatic roaming is much more likely to work if you use the same SSIDs, otherwise as you also point out the device will try very hard to stay on the "same" network rather than switch to what it sees as a totally different one.

The different subnets suggestion is a very odd one. I'd suggest the opposite to be true or you might lose access to some of your local devices on the network. Did you mean wireless channels rather than subnets? The WAPs don't have to be on different channels but it could be advantageous for range/coverage.
colourpie
kalico
Thoughtful
Give the new router the same name and access code (& authentication) as the main one and you can enjoy 'semi' seamless networking, where the whole home is covered by the one WiFi instead of multiples.http://www.hometoys.com/article/2012/04/demystifying-wi-fi-roaming-what-you-need-to-know-to-avoid-costly-mistakes/1812/
I can't remember why, but isn't that bad practice for some reason?
Devices probably won't hop between the two. So for example if you have one WAP upstairs and one downstairs your device will tend to stay 'stuck' to the one where you first connected, completely negating the point. Having the other network differently named means you have to manually switch, but at least you *know* you're connected to the best one.
If you're looking to replace the sky (or BT or TalkTalk or whatever) wireless you could either turn the supplied modem/router into modem mode and use this as the router, or you could simply turn the sky (or whoever) wifi signal off but continue to use it as router, and set up the wifi on this (using it as a WAP). You could of course leave the sky wifi transmitting and set up a new wireless network with this, then set some devices (perhaps the local static ones) to use Sky and some (lets say phones/tablets) to use this one. So many exciting options.
I recently added an extra access point to my loft. Experimented to see if my iPhone phone would 'roam seamlessly'. I ensured that the main router and AP had different wireless channels and found that:
1. If SSIDs are differently named, phone 'locks' to last manually selected access point even when it's weak.
2. If SSID names and passwords are identical, auto roaming to strongest signal seems to work fine. So long as the same band, eg 5gHz, is selected on the phone.

They have to be on different subnets (per the 2nd APs instructions), not yet hit issues with accessing wireless printer or Skype dropping call when APs switch, be interested to hear of any known snags.


Edited By: buglawton on Apr 24, 2017 07:25: Add info
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Lenovo Yoga 300-11IBR Convertible Laptop 11.6" TL Touchscreen- £319.98 @ ebuyer (Free C&C)

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11.6" TL Touchscreen Lenovo Yoga 300-11IBR Convertible Laptop Product Description Flexible, convertible and incredibly capable. The Lenovo YOGA 300 is a combined 2-in-1 tablet and laptop PC t… Read More
11.6" TL Touchscreen Lenovo Yoga 300-11IBR Convertible Laptop Product Description Flexible, convertible and incredibly capable. The Lenovo YOGA 300 is a combined 2-in-1 tablet and laptop PC t…
belfastgeoff Avatar5d, 14h agoFound 5 days, 14 hours ago7 Comments
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Haha, Lenovo must have got Samsung's marketing department to price this one for them. I have this laptop minus the optical drive and purchased it via Argos ebay refurbished by Lenovo. It came with a 12 months warranty and a 500gb HDD. Although this is quite a nice little convertible laptop no way is it worth best part of 320 quid. The screens on these are really bad as they are a TN panel so viewing angles are terrible and also dull and grainy. The price needs to possibly nearer half the price offered with a 64gb drive. I paid £104.99 for mine. Definitely not hot at this price.

Edited By: Smartguy1 on Apr 22, 2017 19:52
Seems to be £280 at currys (in store only, limited stock).

There are so many varieties if this model.
belfastgeoff
itsgun4u
Pentium Processor, 4GB Ram, 64GB Storage, HD Screen. I would not expect it to be hot sub £200.
11.6" TL Touchscreen


What is TL screen?
HUKD team are !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
put on main but these people work on here change it
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Zalman ZM-K350M USB Multimedia Keyboard £4.94 using collect+ @ Ebuyer

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*Back in stock* Basic Keyboard at a decent price. You can select Collect+ as a delivery method and choose a delivery point near to you. Otherwise it's £7.14 delivered to your door, which still isn'… Read More
*Back in stock* Basic Keyboard at a decent price. You can select Collect+ as a delivery method and choose a delivery point near to you. Otherwise it's £7.14 delivered to your door, which still isn'…
NeoTrix Avatar6d, 14h agoFound 6 days, 14 hours ago20 Comments
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It's UK Layout in the box, and has a sticker on the physical box saying "British" while picturing a US Keyboard.
Can someone confirm this is US or UK layout?
Brigham56
Very nice set for night computing. Smooth operation.

Night computing? Aka porn-watching..

Edited By: ollie87 on Apr 26, 2017 12:41
I see "In Stock"...
Oos
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Phillips 23.6" LED IPS monitor for £94.98 at Ebuyer

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1920 x 1080 Full HD IPS Panel HDMI, VGA & DVI Built in Speakers 5ms Response Time Read More
1920 x 1080 Full HD IPS Panel HDMI, VGA & DVI Built in Speakers 5ms Response Time
killstreak Avatar1w, 17h agoFound 1 week, 17 hours ago15 Comments
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Received mine yesterday... Happy with the quality and size/resolution. Mainly used for Office and managing family photos (hence wanting IPS).

Rear button to control the OSD is a bit fiddly but the software is a good alternative. Looks really nice with a thin bezel and sturdy stand with minimal footprint.

Thanks OP.
Multieman
Voted cold as it is out of stock. Can a mod expire this deal as soon as possible please?


Just click report or expire.
Voted cold as it is out of stock. Can a mod expire this deal as soon as possible please?
Looks good, it being an IPS makes this a better deal for its price. How does it compare to other monitors for around its price?
bishaldhakal
condracky
Are the speakers as poor as I'd imagine them to be?
No they are pretty good. I was expecting it to be crap but it's arite.

That's good to know, I'm very tempted now.
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Asus Intel ROG STRIX Z270H (SKT 1151) + Asus Cerberus headset + Dawn of War 3 £156.98 [Update now £153.99] @ Ebuyer

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Some decent reviews on this board, it's a nice looking board especially if you're not after the RGB models. This one has the red accent line in the bottom left hand side (around the supreme fx chip ar… Read More
Some decent reviews on this board, it's a nice looking board especially if you're not after the RGB models. This one has the red accent line in the bottom left hand side (around the supreme fx chip ar…
NeoTrix Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago7 Comments
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AsariMilk
worth upgrading from a ASUS H81M Plus? I know nothing about motherboards. I was going buy DoW 3 so I might just get this also as this seems like a good deal for essentially £120 or so

They are a different socket I believe so you would also need a processor and DDR4 RAM.
Freeboski
polo53
Careful of Ebuyer, as much as I use them, was left more than just a bit dissapointed at a previous deal like this when the headphones didn't turn up. Apparently somewhere in the small print it says "whilst stock is available" or similar. I thought I had ordered fairly quick so they can't have had many in, bit cheeky if you ask me. Needless to say I returned the item out of principle.
Hot otherwise!
Wow thats really sneaky :(
BUT you still get free Haribo!
worth upgrading from a ASUS H81M Plus? I know nothing about motherboards. I was going buy DoW 3 so I might just get this also as this seems like a good deal for essentially £120 or so
Freeboski
polo53
Careful of Ebuyer, as much as I use them, was left more than just a bit dissapointed at a previous deal like this when the headphones didn't turn up. Apparently somewhere in the small print it says "whilst stock is available" or similar. I thought I had ordered fairly quick so they can't have had many in, bit cheeky if you ask me. Needless to say I returned the item out of principle.
Hot otherwise!
Wow thats really sneaky :(
It's not really sneaky as it's quite common for these sorts of offers to be limited by stock number or date.
Disappointing when it happens so best to ask before buying to reduce the chance of that.
Good luck.
polo53
Careful of Ebuyer, as much as I use them, was left more than just a bit dissapointed at a previous deal like this when the headphones didn't turn up. Apparently somewhere in the small print it says "whilst stock is available" or similar. I thought I had ordered fairly quick so they can't have had many in, bit cheeky if you ask me. Needless to say I returned the item out of principle.
Hot otherwise!
Wow thats really sneaky :(
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Acer B276HK 27" IPS 4K UHD Monitor £349.97 @ eBuyer

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Not bad at £349.97 for IPS 4k 27". Has a tilt, swivel and height adjustable stand (Ergostand) and built in speakers if that floats your boat. Recently £470 (pricespy). Acer Direct has it for £369.9… Read More
Not bad at £349.97 for IPS 4k 27". Has a tilt, swivel and height adjustable stand (Ergostand) and built in speakers if that floats your boat. Recently £470 (pricespy). Acer Direct has it for £369.9…
Phnarr Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago2 Comments
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£333.49 at Office Nerd.

Has a USB hub too, so overall similar spec to the LG 27UD68P except it doesn't have FreeSync.

If you think you'll ever need to display non-60Hz video on it (e.g. 50Hz for PAL DVD or Blu-Ray), you might want to check that it can actually drive the panel at that rate. I have a different model of Acer UHD monitor. Its panel refresh rate is fixed at 60Hz. It converts source video at any other rate to 60Hz by duplicating or dropping frames. Meaning if you set your PC desktop to 50Hz, or connect a Blu-Ray/DVD player over HDMI playing a PAL disc, what should be smooth motion isn't, because the monitor duplicates one in 5 frames. On the other hand, I'm guessing many people are less picky than me and never notice it. The frame-duplication is most noticeable in a horizontally-scrolling game.

If you want to test your monitor at different refresh rates, an easy works-in-your-web-browser test is at
http://testufo.com/#test=framerates&count=1&background=none&pps=120
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Asus AMD PRIME B350-PLUS AM4 Socket ATX Motherboard £87.99 @ ebuyer

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Asus AMD PRIME B350-PLUS AM4 Socket ATX Motherboard Perfect for your new Ryzen, well reviewed http://www.toptengamer.com/best-budget-b350-motherboards/ As per coment below 50p cheaper at Ama… Read More
Asus AMD PRIME B350-PLUS AM4 Socket ATX Motherboard Perfect for your new Ryzen, well reviewed http://www.toptengamer.com/best-budget-b350-motherboards/ As per coment below 50p cheaper at Ama…
k31ron Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago6 Comments
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do enought games support sli crossfire
malachi
Dame, shame its not SLI too. Still have some heat!

You can get the Asus Prime X370-Pro for £130 from Amazon.it if you need SLI but don't want to spend a small fortune.
malachi
Dame, shame its not SLI too. Still have some heat!


B350 don't have SLI unfortunately, gotta go for the more expensive X370
Dame, shame its not SLI too. Still have some heat!
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LG 27UD58 27" 4k Ultra HD IPS Monitor @ eBuyer - £299.98 with free delivery

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LG 27" 4k IPS for £299.98 delivered from eBuyer. Next nearest reputable price on PriceSpy £324.97 (link) Seen on HUKD two weeks ago at £312.11 here Link to manufacturer's website here Happ… Read More
LG 27" 4k IPS for £299.98 delivered from eBuyer. Next nearest reputable price on PriceSpy £324.97 (link) Seen on HUKD two weeks ago at £312.11 here Link to manufacturer's website here Happ…
Phnarr Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago35 Comments
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Back to £342.99 now
I'd be tempted to have a single 4K display rather than 2 1080p ones but the problem is games tends to look crap rendered at lower res and scaled and there's no way I'd want to pay out for a Rig that could render native 4K.
Now £299.98 from Amazon. They're currently out of stock but you can still order for delivery when they get more in.
I just want an oled 24" at around 144hz with gsync ='( lol
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Devolo Home Control Starter Pack £109.98 @ Ebuyer

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Came across this pack for £109.98 inc free delivery - which is decent if you want their hub (Central) Amazon is still asking for 179.99....but no one would pay that price for a hub, a sensor and a Read More
Came across this pack for £109.98 inc free delivery - which is decent if you want their hub (Central) Amazon is still asking for 179.99....but no one would pay that price for a hub, a sensor and a
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HP 250 G5 i3 Laptop X0Q06ES £359.97 - Laptops at ebuyer

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Intel Core i3-5005U 2GHz 8GB RAM + 256GB SSD 15.6" LED Display + WIFI Windows 10 Home 64bit Any thoughts on this laptop...decent deal? First post so pls be nice £340 on 20/04 - Musi… Read More
Intel Core i3-5005U 2GHz 8GB RAM + 256GB SSD 15.6" LED Display + WIFI Windows 10 Home 64bit Any thoughts on this laptop...decent deal? First post so pls be nice £340 on 20/04 - Musi…
the_sky_is_red Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago11 Comments
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£340 now @Ebuyer; if you want a fast, basic, laptop this is good value, even without CD/DVD drive and FHD screen.
mine laptop bleed the screen in 3 month. HP/Ebuyer denied any replacement. Bad quality
MarkShopper
Aeschylus
MarkShopper
Aeschylus
MarkShopper
I bought a similar laptop from another supplier and the fan was so noisy I sent it back. With a SSD this should be quieter than an HDD laptop, not more noisy.
With HP laptops, they all come with the fan engaged, you need to change the setting in the bios to turn it off
Why do HP laptops do that? My Acer laptop runs nearly silently.
no one really knows as HP don't admit they do, best conjecture seems to be a warranty thing in that they feel the processor will last longer as the fan is constantly on....

Oh. Seems to go against the principle of modern processors being energy efficient, cool and not needing the fan so much as in the past.

So has anyone bought this laptop and if so can you hear the fan?


That is still true, you also have to remember that even if it still needs the same amount of fan power as in the past, it's still more powerful which is an improvement nonetheless.
Aeschylus
MarkShopper
Aeschylus
MarkShopper
I bought a similar laptop from another supplier and the fan was so noisy I sent it back. With a SSD this should be quieter than an HDD laptop, not more noisy.
With HP laptops, they all come with the fan engaged, you need to change the setting in the bios to turn it off
Why do HP laptops do that? My Acer laptop runs nearly silently.
no one really knows as HP don't admit they do, best conjecture seems to be a warranty thing in that they feel the processor will last longer as the fan is constantly on....

Oh. Seems to go against the principle of modern processors being energy efficient, cool and not needing the fan so much as in the past.

So has anyone bought this laptop and if so can you hear the fan?
MarkShopper
Aeschylus
MarkShopper
I bought a similar laptop from another supplier and the fan was so noisy I sent it back. With a SSD this should be quieter than an HDD laptop, not more noisy.
With HP laptops, they all come with the fan engaged, you need to change the setting in the bios to turn it off
Why do HP laptops do that? My Acer laptop runs nearly silently.

no one really knows as HP don't admit they do, best conjecture seems to be a warranty thing in that they feel the processor will last longer as the fan is constantly on....
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Gigabyte GA-Z170X-GAMING 3 Socket LGA1151 HDMI 7.1 Channel Audio ATX Motherboard at Ebuyer for £99.98

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Intel Z170 Express Chipset Intel Socket LGA 1151 7.1-channel Creative Sound Core ATX Form Factor Read More
Intel Z170 Express Chipset Intel Socket LGA 1151 7.1-channel Creative Sound Core ATX Form Factor
jediace Avatar2w, 4h agoFound 2 weeks, 4 hours ago4 Comments
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buckiebull
you can get this board New from ebay for about £70

Are you referring to the lesser speced gaming k3 rather that the gaming 3?
Why cold? Thinking about getting this.
buckiebull
you can get this board New from ebay for about £70
New are selling for 135, the cheapest I can see that sold in the last month went for 115.
you can get this board New from ebay for about £70
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Samsung CLX-4195FN Multi-Function A4 Colour Laser Printer at Ebuyer for £159.98

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For advice email [email protected] Resolution: 9600 x 600 dpi Printing Speed: Up to 18 ppm Standard Media Capacity: 250 sheets compatible with Apple Airprint (iPad/iPhone) and Google Cl… Read More
For advice email [email protected] Resolution: 9600 x 600 dpi Printing Speed: Up to 18 ppm Standard Media Capacity: 250 sheets compatible with Apple Airprint (iPad/iPhone) and Google Cl…
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Good price but compatible toners are still expensive.
Yes to see any multifunction colour laser printer whose compatible toners beats the price of compatible toners for Dell C1765nfw.

For less than £20 i can pick up full set.
I will add some heat as i think it is a good buy, I have a similar product by Brother and love it never let me down and over 2 years old now.
Comes with a 1,000 pages black toner cartridge and 700 pages each for cyan, magenta and yellow (@ 5% coverage) in the box.


A full set off generic/refurbished replacement toners can be had for £71.09 delivered
(~ 2,500 pages black & 1,800 each for cyan, magenta and yellow)

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Mark Hill Zebra Print Power Dryer - £14.98 @ Ebuyer

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Super-slim salon professional nozzle for total control. 2 speed, 3 heat settings plus cool shot for precise styling. 2000W AC motor for salon professional results.
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Sony DSCW810 20.1 Megapixel Compact Digital Camera - Black - £78.98 @ Ebuyer

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MSI GL62 7QF Gaming Laptop now £649.97 Delivered (Save £100) w/ FREE SteelSeries V3 Mouse + FREE MSI Gaming Mouse Pad @ eBuyer

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Off the back of my MSI deal yesterday, I figured I would take another look to see what else was out there. Found this MSI Gaming Laptop with a GTX960M with a nice saving of just over £100, plus some f…
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If I shouldn't get this what should I get? I've checked most relevant links and other deals but all expired (price is £100+ more than deal states) please help cheers budget is £700 give or take some
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Console sub ~£300 and my tablet cost me £115, but you can pick up a great tablet for £70-80. I'm still about £250 better off whichever way you spin it. Laptops and notebooks are utterly redundant in this day and age for anything other than home computing, which if you have the space you are 10x better off performing on a desktop. The market knows this. That's why you have hundreds of % increase in ATX and form-factor builds breaking through the market and literally no advancements in the laptop/notebook area(except for maybe wi-fi which phones have been improving on for years)(lol!)
Even GPU's are being designed with small towers in mind - Nobody is designing anything new for laptops because they know it's becoming redundant and hardware doesn't need to advance to complete the tasks people want to buy a laptop for. CPU and RAM capability is all WAY down on even the most up to date laptops rendering them often slower than smartphones.
New snapdragon smartphones have quad-core CPU's that would easily match this 'gaming' laptop.
I can't be bothered with you're petty 'argument' but the fact that you don't see how useless a piece a technology a laptop is, definitely shows the kind of idiots that such a 'deal' is marketed towards.
What are you smoking? My laptop has an i7 and a 1070 gtx so I don't think you quite know what you are talking about. and I don't know what up to date laptops you are referring to which have inferior performance to smart phones. I have a gaming laptop, a gaming pc and shock horror a couple of consoles. They all have their pro's and cons. I see and live in a world where they all have their places.
You know reading comprehension is a thing right? I didn't claim that up to date laptops have inferior performance to smart phones. I said that up to date smartphones have superior performance to THIS laptop.
Also it's sweet that you feel you need to defend your laptop with an I7 1070. How much did it cost you? You'll see (with reading comprehension again) that you would have paid a ridiculous amount of money for your laptop because I can say in all certainty that you didn't pick that up for less than £1,700 with those specs. If you show me otherwise i'll eat my hat.
You must also surely realise that the 1070 is inferior to the 980Ti, the 1080, The 1080Ti and the Vega 10? As well as crossfire anything above RX480's.That's not exactly a powerhouse, it even benchmarks similar to old generation cards.
EDIT: Point and case: http://www.ebuyer.com/770260-gigabyte-p35x-v6-cf2-gaming-laptop-p35x-v6-cf2?mkwid=s_dc&pcrid=51508044419&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=CjwKEAjwz9HHBRDbopLGh-afzB4SJABY52oFlJbE7yF8CILTmtO_f9IrajZz_My5kq0emin6jOz_XRoC09Hw_wcB
thanks picard, now which phone should i be getting to play the witcher 3? and which one has a decent size screen?
Do none of you claim ownership over the basic English language?
The debate was not about whether smartphones can run AAA titles - FYI they can't, yet.
Using your example -the debate was about whether it was worth dropping £650 on a laptop that might not even run the Witcher 3 at 30 FPS when you can buy a console that will at least output 30fps for sub £300.
Also the comparison between smartphones and laptops is aimed primarily at the CPU performance and overall PROCESSING performance of the devices. I doubt this laptop would even be able to play the Witcher 3 at all so in your debate (which is a hilarious example) neither a smartphone or a laptop can run the Witcher 3.
Can you people learn to pick up a book or something, because absolutely none of you know how to take context from a statement.
irony is strong, this is a laptop thread - end of
Bore off, uneducated.
wow, uneducated ... again irony
lets start with the witcher, this laptop plays it - not amazingly but medium 720p is easy enough thus 'probably wont play' blatantly incorrect
console plays it higher res but afaik framerates arent anything to shout about
then you go on about relevance/context - as a phone cant play 'any AAA' games bringing it up is irrelevant
how is the screen size on the phone?
how is the screen on the console? just keep it in your pocket?
how does your console run photoshop etc?
ever heard of allowing people to decide what they want rather than forcing your own 'educated' opinion of their 'needs'? guess not
Because paying £650 for a laptop to play TW3 at 720p 23FPS is a smart thing to do. Nothing opinionated about that, that's straight up facts son.
You have made me chuckle though - photoshop on a laptop with these specs is hilarious.
I'm done giving you my time, frankly I enjoy the salt of idiots, but please, do carry on giving greedy corporate manufacturers your money.
numbers i can see for witcher at 720p medium range from 43-65fps depending on exact spec
console hovers around 30

photoshop on a laptop with these specs is less laughable than photoshop on console though eh? btw you can run photoshop fine on much lower spec pc than this so again you haven't a clue

i love these facts though - keep em coming


Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience.
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Console sub ~£300 and my tablet cost me £115, but you can pick up a great tablet for £70-80. I'm still about £250 better off whichever way you spin it. Laptops and notebooks are utterly redundant in this day and age for anything other than home computing, which if you have the space you are 10x better off performing on a desktop. The market knows this. That's why you have hundreds of % increase in ATX and form-factor builds breaking through the market and literally no advancements in the laptop/notebook area(except for maybe wi-fi which phones have been improving on for years)(lol!)
Even GPU's are being designed with small towers in mind - Nobody is designing anything new for laptops because they know it's becoming redundant and hardware doesn't need to advance to complete the tasks people want to buy a laptop for. CPU and RAM capability is all WAY down on even the most up to date laptops rendering them often slower than smartphones.
New snapdragon smartphones have quad-core CPU's that would easily match this 'gaming' laptop.
I can't be bothered with you're petty 'argument' but the fact that you don't see how useless a piece a technology a laptop is, definitely shows the kind of idiots that such a 'deal' is marketed towards.
What are you smoking? My laptop has an i7 and a 1070 gtx so I don't think you quite know what you are talking about. and I don't know what up to date laptops you are referring to which have inferior performance to smart phones. I have a gaming laptop, a gaming pc and shock horror a couple of consoles. They all have their pro's and cons. I see and live in a world where they all have their places.
You know reading comprehension is a thing right? I didn't claim that up to date laptops have inferior performance to smart phones. I said that up to date smartphones have superior performance to THIS laptop.
Also it's sweet that you feel you need to defend your laptop with an I7 1070. How much did it cost you? You'll see (with reading comprehension again) that you would have paid a ridiculous amount of money for your laptop because I can say in all certainty that you didn't pick that up for less than £1,700 with those specs. If you show me otherwise i'll eat my hat.
You must also surely realise that the 1070 is inferior to the 980Ti, the 1080, The 1080Ti and the Vega 10? As well as crossfire anything above RX480's.That's not exactly a powerhouse, it even benchmarks similar to old generation cards.
EDIT: Point and case: http://www.ebuyer.com/770260-gigabyte-p35x-v6-cf2-gaming-laptop-p35x-v6-cf2?mkwid=s_dc&pcrid=51508044419&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=CjwKEAjwz9HHBRDbopLGh-afzB4SJABY52oFlJbE7yF8CILTmtO_f9IrajZz_My5kq0emin6jOz_XRoC09Hw_wcB
thanks picard, now which phone should i be getting to play the witcher 3? and which one has a decent size screen?
Do none of you claim ownership over the basic English language?
The debate was not about whether smartphones can run AAA titles - FYI they can't, yet.
Using your example -the debate was about whether it was worth dropping £650 on a laptop that might not even run the Witcher 3 at 30 FPS when you can buy a console that will at least output 30fps for sub £300.
Also the comparison between smartphones and laptops is aimed primarily at the CPU performance and overall PROCESSING performance of the devices. I doubt this laptop would even be able to play the Witcher 3 at all so in your debate (which is a hilarious example) neither a smartphone or a laptop can run the Witcher 3.
Can you people learn to pick up a book or something, because absolutely none of you know how to take context from a statement.
irony is strong, this is a laptop thread - end of
Bore off, uneducated.
wow, uneducated ... again irony
lets start with the witcher, this laptop plays it - not amazingly but medium 720p is easy enough thus 'probably wont play' blatantly incorrect
console plays it higher res but afaik framerates arent anything to shout about
then you go on about relevance/context - as a phone cant play 'any AAA' games bringing it up is irrelevant
how is the screen size on the phone?
how is the screen on the console? just keep it in your pocket?
how does your console run photoshop etc?
ever heard of allowing people to decide what they want rather than forcing your own 'educated' opinion of their 'needs'? guess not
Because paying £650 for a laptop to play TW3 at 720p 23FPS is a smart thing to do. Nothing opinionated about that, that's straight up facts son.
You have made me chuckle though - photoshop on a laptop with these specs is hilarious.
I'm done giving you my time, frankly I enjoy the salt of idiots, but please, do carry on giving greedy corporate manufacturers your money.
numbers i can see for witcher at 720p medium range from 43-65fps depending on exact spec
console hovers around 30

photoshop on a laptop with these specs is less laughable than photoshop on console though eh? btw you can run photoshop fine on much lower spec pc than this so again you haven't a clue

i love these facts though - keep em coming
brilly
steve_bezerker
brilly
steve_bezerker
brilly
steve_bezerker
autolesbona
steve_bezerker

Console sub ~£300 and my tablet cost me £115, but you can pick up a great tablet for £70-80. I'm still about £250 better off whichever way you spin it. Laptops and notebooks are utterly redundant in this day and age for anything other than home computing, which if you have the space you are 10x better off performing on a desktop. The market knows this. That's why you have hundreds of % increase in ATX and form-factor builds breaking through the market and literally no advancements in the laptop/notebook area(except for maybe wi-fi which phones have been improving on for years)(lol!)
Even GPU's are being designed with small towers in mind - Nobody is designing anything new for laptops because they know it's becoming redundant and hardware doesn't need to advance to complete the tasks people want to buy a laptop for. CPU and RAM capability is all WAY down on even the most up to date laptops rendering them often slower than smartphones.
New snapdragon smartphones have quad-core CPU's that would easily match this 'gaming' laptop.
I can't be bothered with you're petty 'argument' but the fact that you don't see how useless a piece a technology a laptop is, definitely shows the kind of idiots that such a 'deal' is marketed towards.
What are you smoking? My laptop has an i7 and a 1070 gtx so I don't think you quite know what you are talking about. and I don't know what up to date laptops you are referring to which have inferior performance to smart phones. I have a gaming laptop, a gaming pc and shock horror a couple of consoles. They all have their pro's and cons. I see and live in a world where they all have their places.
You know reading comprehension is a thing right? I didn't claim that up to date laptops have inferior performance to smart phones. I said that up to date smartphones have superior performance to THIS laptop.
Also it's sweet that you feel you need to defend your laptop with an I7 1070. How much did it cost you? You'll see (with reading comprehension again) that you would have paid a ridiculous amount of money for your laptop because I can say in all certainty that you didn't pick that up for less than £1,700 with those specs. If you show me otherwise i'll eat my hat.
You must also surely realise that the 1070 is inferior to the 980Ti, the 1080, The 1080Ti and the Vega 10? As well as crossfire anything above RX480's.That's not exactly a powerhouse, it even benchmarks similar to old generation cards.
EDIT: Point and case: http://www.ebuyer.com/770260-gigabyte-p35x-v6-cf2-gaming-laptop-p35x-v6-cf2?mkwid=s_dc&pcrid=51508044419&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=CjwKEAjwz9HHBRDbopLGh-afzB4SJABY52oFlJbE7yF8CILTmtO_f9IrajZz_My5kq0emin6jOz_XRoC09Hw_wcB
thanks picard, now which phone should i be getting to play the witcher 3? and which one has a decent size screen?
Do none of you claim ownership over the basic English language?
The debate was not about whether smartphones can run AAA titles - FYI they can't, yet.
Using your example -the debate was about whether it was worth dropping £650 on a laptop that might not even run the Witcher 3 at 30 FPS when you can buy a console that will at least output 30fps for sub £300.
Also the comparison between smartphones and laptops is aimed primarily at the CPU performance and overall PROCESSING performance of the devices. I doubt this laptop would even be able to play the Witcher 3 at all so in your debate (which is a hilarious example) neither a smartphone or a laptop can run the Witcher 3.
Can you people learn to pick up a book or something, because absolutely none of you know how to take context from a statement.
irony is strong, this is a laptop thread - end of
Bore off, uneducated.
wow, uneducated ... again irony
lets start with the witcher, this laptop plays it - not amazingly but medium 720p is easy enough thus 'probably wont play' blatantly incorrect
console plays it higher res but afaik framerates arent anything to shout about
then you go on about relevance/context - as a phone cant play 'any AAA' games bringing it up is irrelevant
how is the screen size on the phone?
how is the screen on the console? just keep it in your pocket?
how does your console run photoshop etc?
ever heard of allowing people to decide what they want rather than forcing your own 'educated' opinion of their 'needs'? guess not

Because paying £650 for a laptop to play TW3 at 720p 23FPS is a smart thing to do. Nothing opinionated about that, that's straight up facts son.

You have made me chuckle though - photoshop on a laptop with these specs is hilarious.
I'm done giving you my time, frankly I enjoy the salt of idiots, but please, do carry on giving greedy corporate manufacturers your money.
steve_bezerker
brilly
steve_bezerker
brilly
steve_bezerker
autolesbona
steve_bezerker

Console sub ~£300 and my tablet cost me £115, but you can pick up a great tablet for £70-80. I'm still about £250 better off whichever way you spin it. Laptops and notebooks are utterly redundant in this day and age for anything other than home computing, which if you have the space you are 10x better off performing on a desktop. The market knows this. That's why you have hundreds of % increase in ATX and form-factor builds breaking through the market and literally no advancements in the laptop/notebook area(except for maybe wi-fi which phones have been improving on for years)(lol!)
Even GPU's are being designed with small towers in mind - Nobody is designing anything new for laptops because they know it's becoming redundant and hardware doesn't need to advance to complete the tasks people want to buy a laptop for. CPU and RAM capability is all WAY down on even the most up to date laptops rendering them often slower than smartphones.
New snapdragon smartphones have quad-core CPU's that would easily match this 'gaming' laptop.
I can't be bothered with you're petty 'argument' but the fact that you don't see how useless a piece a technology a laptop is, definitely shows the kind of idiots that such a 'deal' is marketed towards.
What are you smoking? My laptop has an i7 and a 1070 gtx so I don't think you quite know what you are talking about. and I don't know what up to date laptops you are referring to which have inferior performance to smart phones. I have a gaming laptop, a gaming pc and shock horror a couple of consoles. They all have their pro's and cons. I see and live in a world where they all have their places.
You know reading comprehension is a thing right? I didn't claim that up to date laptops have inferior performance to smart phones. I said that up to date smartphones have superior performance to THIS laptop.
Also it's sweet that you feel you need to defend your laptop with an I7 1070. How much did it cost you? You'll see (with reading comprehension again) that you would have paid a ridiculous amount of money for your laptop because I can say in all certainty that you didn't pick that up for less than £1,700 with those specs. If you show me otherwise i'll eat my hat.
You must also surely realise that the 1070 is inferior to the 980Ti, the 1080, The 1080Ti and the Vega 10? As well as crossfire anything above RX480's.That's not exactly a powerhouse, it even benchmarks similar to old generation cards.
EDIT: Point and case: http://www.ebuyer.com/770260-gigabyte-p35x-v6-cf2-gaming-laptop-p35x-v6-cf2?mkwid=s_dc&pcrid=51508044419&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=CjwKEAjwz9HHBRDbopLGh-afzB4SJABY52oFlJbE7yF8CILTmtO_f9IrajZz_My5kq0emin6jOz_XRoC09Hw_wcB
thanks picard, now which phone should i be getting to play the witcher 3? and which one has a decent size screen?
Do none of you claim ownership over the basic English language?
The debate was not about whether smartphones can run AAA titles - FYI they can't, yet.
Using your example -the debate was about whether it was worth dropping £650 on a laptop that might not even run the Witcher 3 at 30 FPS when you can buy a console that will at least output 30fps for sub £300.
Also the comparison between smartphones and laptops is aimed primarily at the CPU performance and overall PROCESSING performance of the devices. I doubt this laptop would even be able to play the Witcher 3 at all so in your debate (which is a hilarious example) neither a smartphone or a laptop can run the Witcher 3.
Can you people learn to pick up a book or something, because absolutely none of you know how to take context from a statement.
irony is strong, this is a laptop thread - end of
Bore off, uneducated.
wow, uneducated ... again irony
lets start with the witcher, this laptop plays it - not amazingly but medium 720p is easy enough thus 'probably wont play' blatantly incorrect
console plays it higher res but afaik framerates arent anything to shout about

then you go on about relevance/context - as a phone cant play 'any AAA' games bringing it up is irrelevant
how is the screen size on the phone?
how is the screen on the console? just keep it in your pocket?
how does your console run photoshop etc?
ever heard of allowing people to decide what they want rather than forcing your own 'educated' opinion of their 'needs'? guess not

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