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Lenovo Ideapad Y700 Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, 15.6" Ultra HD (4K), Black @ John Lewis + 2 Year Warranty - £849.95

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Immerse yourself into the world of gaming with Lenovo's Ideapad Y700 laptop. Constructed with stunning 15.6-inch frameless Full HD display, a NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics and Dolby Home Theater surroun… Read More
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Immerse yourself into the world of gaming with Lenovo's Ideapad Y700 laptop. Constructed with stunning 15.6-inch frameless Full HD display, a NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics and Dolby Home Theater surround sound to make the visuals and audio features blow you away.
Super 15.6-inch screen
Images, movies and games are given a real-life finish on the Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) 16:9 display. Plus, it has an anti-glare layer and In-Plane Switching technology to deliver exceptional picture from most angles.
Great graphics
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 960M graphics card with 4GB of dedicated memory will provide the Ideapad Y700 with the tools to create jaw-dropping graphics. Complex scenes and 3D games are seamlessly loaded onto the screen to ensure you can enjoy them with delay.
Stereo sound
The Ideapad Y700 laptop has JBL stereo speakers and subwoofer with Dolby Home Theater to produce clear, crisp audio for a cinematic experience.
Keeping it cool
Designed to regulate its fan speed to maintain a level temperature, so you can game for hours and hours with your machine getting too hot to handle.
Backlit keyboard
There are two levels of brightness on your backlit keyboard, so you can easily continue working and playing when the lights go out.
Software Included:
McAfee LiveSafe (30-day trial)
Microsoft Office 2013 (30-day trial)
Lenovo Photo Master 2.0
Lenovo SHAREit
Lenovo Solution Centre
Lenovo Companion
Lenovo Settings
Lenovo ID

Accessories Included AC Adaptor, user guide Battery life Information Up to 6 hours Bluetooth Enabled Information Yes Brand
Lenovo
Camera (front-facing) Information 1.0M HD camera Camera (rear-facing) Information No CD/DVD/Blu-ray Drive Information External CD/DVD Read/Re-write Computer Support Helpline Information Free 90 day computer support Dimensions H2.6 x W38.7 x D27.7cm Graphics card Information NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M (4GB) Graphics card type Information Dedicated Hard drive Information 1TB + 128GB Keyboard AccuType backlight keyboard with numeric pad Memory (RAM) Information 16GB Memory Card Slots Information 4-in-1 card reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC) Model name / number 80NV00PDUK NFC enabled Information No Operating system Information Windows 10 (64 bit) Ports Information 2x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0 + Always-on, DC-in, 2-in-1 Audio Combo Jack, 1x HDMI, 1x 4-in-1 Media Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC) Processor Information Quad-Core Intel Core i7-6700HQ Processor speed Information 2.6GHz to 3.5GHz with Turbo Boost Range Ideapad Y700 Screen Resolution Information 3840 x 2160 pixels Screen size Information 15.6" Screen Type Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) 16:9 IPS Anti-Glare Sound 2x 2W JBL Speakers with Chamber + 3.0 W Subwoofer and Dolby Home Theater Touch Screen No Trackpad Yes Voice Recognition Information No Weight 2.6kg Wireless Display Information No Wireless networking Wi-Fi- 802.11ac 2X2
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#1
pricey for a 960m
#2
Was looking for a powerful laptop for a reasonable price, cant find any better one, just ordered it.
I7 4 Core CPU
16GB Ram
128 SSD + 1Tb HDD
4K Screen
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 960M
Backlit Keyboard


If anyone can please point me any better deal then will cancel it. Thanks

Edited By: najalubar on Jan 28, 2017 16:56
#3
najalubar
Was looking for a powerful laptop for a reasonable price, cant find any better one, just ordered it.
I7 4 Core CPU
16GB Ram
128 SSD + 1Tb HDD
4K Screen
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 960M
Back lit Keyboard
If anyone can please point me any better deal then will cancel it. Thanks
#4
4k at 15 inch.... kinda a huge overkill. 1080p would be perfect and there would be no need to down scale games to that resolution. Either way still a good deal with those specs.
3 Likes #5
The 960m will not be able to run AAA games at 4k 60FPS
2 Likes #6
Just be aware you won't be driving games @ 4k on a 960m, even upscaling might be abit much.
2 Likes #7
Strange spec... 4k driven by a 960.
Would rather have a decent 1080 ips screen and then a 1050 ti for the price.
#8
najalubar
Was looking for a powerful laptop for a reasonable price, cant find any better one, just ordered it.
I7 4 Core CPU
16GB Ram
128 SSD + 1Tb HDD
4K Screen
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 960M
Backlit Keyboard
If anyone can please point me any better deal then will cancel it. Thanks


I was looking at this one - http://outlet.euro.dell.com/Online/SecondaryInventorySearch.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dfh&cs=ukdfh1&key=a1ObhLc4JJFJ5WMkg7WXbHK1t5URVx0H&puid=3a5aa427

no SSD tho, there's a few others with similar specs, smaller screen - a couple of hundred cheaper - worth a look
#9
Jenn101
najalubar
Was looking for a powerful laptop for a reasonable price, cant find any better one, just ordered it.
I7 4 Core CPU
16GB Ram
128 SSD + 1Tb HDD
4K Screen
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 960M
Backlit Keyboard
If anyone can please point me any better deal then will cancel it. Thanks
I was looking at this one - http://outlet.euro.dell.com/Online/SecondaryInventorySearch.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dfh&cs=ukdfh1&key=a1ObhLc4JJFJ5WMkg7WXbHK1t5URVx0H&puid=3a5aa427
no SSD tho, there's a few others with similar specs, smaller screen - a couple of hundred cheaper - worth a look

Already seen it. it has 512gb SSD, but with VAT its £995 , Scratch + Dent and 1 year Warranty, and not good customer service if things goes wrong
#10
najalubar
Was looking for a powerful laptop for a reasonable price, cant find any better one, just ordered it.
I7 4 Core CPU
16GB Ram
128 SSD + 1Tb HDD
4K Screen
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 960M
Backlit Keyboard
If anyone can please point me any better deal then will cancel it. Thanks

najalubar
Was looking for a powerful laptop for a reasonable price, cant find any better one, just ordered it.
I7 4 Core CPU
16GB Ram
128 SSD + 1Tb HDD
4K Screen
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 960M
Backlit Keyboard
If anyone can please point me any better deal then will cancel it. Thanks

http://www.xsonly.com/products/refurbished-asus-rog-gl552vw-dm201t-intel-core-i7-6700hq-1tb-256gb-ssd-nvidia-geforce-gtx-960m-windows-10-90nb09i1-m03850

OOS but unless you need it this week there are always laptop deals floating about on HUKD.


Edited By: catbeans on Jan 28, 2017 17:31
2 Likes #11
jaydeeuk1
Strange spec... 4k driven by a 960.
Would rather have a decent 1080 ips screen and then a 1050 ti for the price.

Absolutely. Add G Sync and you've arguably got the best gaming laptop on the market.

I don't know why a reputable company/brand can't seem to make the perfect gaming laptop for people without bottomless pockets.

Here's my wish list: 14"-15" 1080p IPS screen with G Sync, Intel i5 HQ chip, single 8GB DIMM (1 slot spare), NVME M.2 Slot, 1TB 2.5" drive, 1050ti/1060, aluminium construction with removable underside maintenance panel. That would be perfect imo.
#12
K1LLER HORNET
jaydeeuk1
Strange spec... 4k driven by a 960.
Would rather have a decent 1080 ips screen and then a 1050 ti for the price.

Absolutely. Add G Sync and you've arguably got the best gaming laptop on the market.

I don't know why a reputable company/brand can't seem to make the perfect gaming laptop for people without bottomless pockets.

Here's my wish list: 14"-15" 1080p IPS screen with G Sync, Intel i5 HQ chip, single 8GB DIMM (1 slot spare), NVME M.2 Slot, 1TB 2.5" drive, 1050ti/1060, aluminium construction with removable underside maintenance panel. That would be perfect imo.


G Sync pushes the price up and then you loose Optimus which means sub 4 hours battery life. TBH with my 1060, I would sacrifice G Sync for Optimus because the 1060 is powerful enough for pretty much anything at 1080p.
#13
K1LLER HORNET
jaydeeuk1
Strange spec... 4k driven by a 960.
Would rather have a decent 1080 ips screen and then a 1050 ti for the price.

Absolutely. Add G Sync and you've arguably got the best gaming laptop on the market.

I don't know why a reputable company/brand can't seem to make the perfect gaming laptop for people without bottomless pockets.

Here's my wish list: 14"-15" 1080p IPS screen with G Sync, Intel i5 HQ chip, single 8GB DIMM (1 slot spare), NVME M.2 Slot, 1TB 2.5" drive, 1050ti/1060, aluminium construction with removable underside maintenance panel. That would be perfect imo.


Would you happen to know what specs minimum I'm looking at if all I want to be able to play is runescape/CS 1.6/CS:GO, that too at low/med as Im not fussed at all about best details, just good smooth fps.

Would integrated graphics suffice for that sort of requirement?

Edited By: ukting on Jan 28, 2017 19:03: ...
1 Like #14
ukting
K1LLER HORNET
jaydeeuk1
Strange spec... 4k driven by a 960.
Would rather have a decent 1080 ips screen and then a 1050 ti for the price.
Absolutely. Add G Sync and you've arguably got the best gaming laptop on the market.
I don't know why a reputable company/brand can't seem to make the perfect gaming laptop for people without bottomless pockets.
Here's my wish list: 14"-15" 1080p IPS screen with G Sync, Intel i5 HQ chip, single 8GB DIMM (1 slot spare), NVME M.2 Slot, 1TB 2.5" drive, 1050ti/1060, aluminium construction with removable underside maintenance panel. That would be perfect imo.
Would you happen to know what specs minimum I'm looking at if all I want to be able to play is runescape/CS 1.6/CS:GO, that too at low/med as Im not fussed at all about best specs.
Would integrated graphics suffice for that sort of requirement?

A potato could play those games, so this should do fine. They are really un-demanding games, so laptop wise anything with a graphics card you could find new would be fine.
#15
catbeans
ukting
K1LLER HORNET
jaydeeuk1
Strange spec... 4k driven by a 960.
Would rather have a decent 1080 ips screen and then a 1050 ti for the price.
Absolutely. Add G Sync and you've arguably got the best gaming laptop on the market.
I don't know why a reputable company/brand can't seem to make the perfect gaming laptop for people without bottomless pockets.
Here's my wish list: 14"-15" 1080p IPS screen with G Sync, Intel i5 HQ chip, single 8GB DIMM (1 slot spare), NVME M.2 Slot, 1TB 2.5" drive, 1050ti/1060, aluminium construction with removable underside maintenance panel. That would be perfect imo.
Would you happen to know what specs minimum I'm looking at if all I want to be able to play is runescape/CS 1.6/CS:GO, that too at low/med as Im not fussed at all about best specs.
Would integrated graphics suffice for that sort of requirement?

A potato could play those games, so this should do fine. They are really un-demanding games, so laptop wise anything with a graphics card you could find new would be fine.


Well I've had a MacBook pro for quite a few years so out of the loop as to what normality is for games!

Im really keen on the XPS 13 with probably an i7/8GB ram but integrated graphics. Would that manage or do I really need a dedicated as anything larger than 13" is really inconvenient to carry.
#16
Anyone have any idea what this would be like for video/photo editing?
#17
Understand why it's not blazing, but don't get why this is cold. Seems reasonable at least
#18
axiomglitch
Understand why it's not blazing, but don't get why this is cold. Seems reasonable at least


Price wise a little steep for the specs. That kind of price you would expect at least a 970m or newness tax for the latest i7.
1 Like #19
Enet
axiomglitch
Understand why it's not blazing, but don't get why this is cold. Seems reasonable at least
Price wise a little steep for the specs. That kind of price you would expect at least a 970m or newness tax for the latest i7.

Find it cheaper then because I can't - for this model it's a very good price, but HUKD is no longer about posting good deals is it? It's about people dissecting each and every deal to the minutest detail.

Someone posts a laptop deal with a HD screen it's immediately slapped down because it's not full HD, then someone posts a laptop with a 4k screen and that's no good either because it's too good! I'm really surprised anyone posts laptop deals anymore on here.
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As the OP already said if there is a comparable deal post it - everyone's knocking the deal but I've not seen anybody post a better one.

Everyone's a critic on here and it's just bitchin for bitchin's sake







Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Jan 28, 2017 21:11: .
#20
Bilbo1968
Enet
axiomglitch
Understand why it's not blazing, but don't get why this is cold. Seems reasonable at least
Price wise a little steep for the specs. That kind of price you would expect at least a 970m or newness tax for the latest i7.

Find it cheaper then because I can't - for this model it's a very good price, but HUKD is no longer about posting good deals is it? It's about people dissecting each and every deal to the minutest detail.

Someone posts a laptop deal with a HD screen it's immediately slapped down because it's not full HD, then someone posts a laptop with a 4k screen and that's no good either because it's too good! I'm really surprised anyone posts laptop deals anymore on here.
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As the OP already said if there is a comparable deal post it - everyone's knocking the deal but I've not seen anybody post a better one.

Everyone's a critic on here and it's just bitchin for bitchin's sake








Fair point. I suppose it's a difference in perspective . You posted the best deal you could find. We look at it and think "too expensive for the specs" So it's an ok deal just maybe not a hot deal. A hot deal is more likely to be a special offer deal.

So going back a little on what I said, this is a special offer deal because of the screen which can be useful for media if not necessarily for games so it's hot :D

Edited By: Enet on Jan 28, 2017 22:23: ok it's hot
#21
I would say that the i5 6300 version on Amazon more sense for this GPU. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lenovo-Laptop-FX8800P-Graphics-Windows/dp/B01HU6EBW4?psc=1&SubscriptionId=AKIAJ5ICYMAE3FNQWCJQ&tag=hawk-future-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B019WBDQ3K&ascsubtag=hawk-custom-tracking-21&th=1

But it's only 50 quid cheaper so unless you need the i7 I would try to find the i5 version cheaper still.

Edited By: Enet on Jan 28, 2017 22:15: i5 get it when cheaper if you can
#22
Enet
I would say that the i5 6300 version on Amazon more sense for this GPU. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lenovo-Laptop-FX8800P-Graphics-Windows/dp/B01HU6EBW4?psc=1&SubscriptionId=AKIAJ5ICYMAE3FNQWCJQ&tag=hawk-future-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B019WBDQ3K&ascsubtag=hawk-custom-tracking-21&th=1
But it's only 50 quid cheaper so unless you need the i7 I would try to find the i5 version cheaper still.

Not really comparable though - it's an i5, only full HD and 12gb of RAM it really should be at least £150 cheaper. Which only goes to show that this deal is pretty good.

Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Jan 29, 2017 12:38
#23
not sure why people voted cold.. though its now sold out...
none of colder can put a single comparable deal
Sad, that's why people not going to put effort to posting deals...
#24
Just because you can't get this particular laptop cheaper doesn't mean it's a good deal. The specs don't gel well with each other. The 960m can't play any remotely demanding game at 4k and windows will look awful on it so overpaying for a 4k screen seems a little unnecessary. For a comparible deal there is an HP Omen with the 1050 http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=1AN98EA&opt=ABU&sel=NTB
#25
Get hold of student discount through unidays for HP store and the omen 15 with core i7 7700 and gtx 1050ti 128gb ssd 1tb hdd and 8 gb ram is £899

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