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HP Pavilion x360 i5-6200U, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD & 1080p 13.3" Touchscreen at PC World for £427.47

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I thought this was not too bad for a 6th gen i5, with 1080p touchscreen and an SSD. So I bought one. Enter the code: CLEARANCE5 to get 5% off.
Gooner77 Avatar10h, 46m agoFound 10 hours, 46 minutes ago4 Comments
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one in Currys Haverfordwest apparently
powerbrick
Cannot find any stores with stock

Yeah I tried to expire it. Mods please expire this deal.
Cannot find any stores with stock
Just gave some heat to this deal :3
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Toshiba 1TB Canvio Connect for £49.99 (poss £10.00 cashback claim) at PC World

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Toshiba 1TB Canvio Connect drive for £49.99 with £10.00 Cashback at PC World Making this drive £39.99 which I think is the cheapest 1TB in the market Claim £10 Cashback To claim visit http://w…
njwilson Avatar14h, 30m agoFound 14 hours, 30 minutes ago2 Comments
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littlewhitebull456
Perhaps someone could enlighten me as to why this is so cold?

£49.99 for the 2TB version at Argos.

Possible £5 gift voucher also if spend is over £50

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4997308.htm
Perhaps someone could enlighten me as to why this is so cold?
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LG Music Flow R1 Wireless Multi-room Speaker Hub - Black @ pcworld £5.97

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was £39.00 Compatible with LG Music Flow Series Multi-room music system Wireless Hi-Fi sound anywhere in your home Uses your home WiFi network Control via the LG Music Flow Player App on iOS and…
immy_ashraf Avatar3d, 12h agoFound 3 days, 12 hours ago7 Comments
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If you want a cheap Sonos type setup around the house then one of these hubs is essential if you are going to use the Musicflow speakers. The speakers are expensive if you dont shop around. I have two H5's neither of which I paid full wack for. Costco still do an H5 and a hub for £150 odd quid. The otehr one I got on eBay for £139 as a demo unit.

There are cheaper ways to do a pseudo Sonos setup but the LG speakers are good looking and well made. However as a vinyl man I still find it difficult to have to use my phone or my Amazon Echo to feed the speakers content.
All round this Music Flow system doesn't sound like its that good if anyone interested see http://www.whathifi.com/lg/music-flow/review.
Looks like it can only be used with LG speaker systems so fairly useless biy of kit on its own and the speakers are not cheap.
I bought this last year 4 £20 from Marks Electrical and sold it for £30 few months later as i didn't need it anymore but this is a good price.
The question is.. can this be used with other speakers, not only the LG ones?
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TP-LINK TL-PA4010KIT AV600 Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack £19.99 @ Currys / PC World & Argos

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Free Delivery or Collect In Store @ Currys / PCW Free Collection at Argos or £3.95 delivery Extend your network throughout your home with the TP-Link TL-PA4010KIT AV600 Powerline Adapter Twin Pa…
deanos Avatar4d, 2h agoFound 4 days, 2 hours ago53 Comments
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Thanks, actually picked these up today. Running my laptop off Ethernet now instead of wifi as was only getting 1 meg download in the back room. Now when doing speedtest with Ethernet I get 60meg download. May end up connecting a router to this end of house off the power plug so I can use multiple devices
Was surprised that if you register the product you get 3 years warranty.
Thanks
Can't get these working on my skyhub, going to take them back today as I'm not the only one and there doesn't seem an obvious solution.


Edited By: retrend on Aug 25, 2016 10:49: damn autocorrect
squibski
Had some of these for about 18 months - great things

I went from about 32mbps (variable) on my wireless solution to a stable 35-38mbps.

Never failed, and have never needed to reset them or anything

I just wish that I picked up a version with more than one Ethernet port at the receiving end


Interesting to note you've got them to work. Although it was the older generation av500 model I had, I just found them so unreliable, always dropping the connection and needing resetting. I've got some dlink adapters now which are far more robust to date. Maybe I was just unlucky.
taras
coolcat21
cheers op, going to investigate to use upstairs, wifi coverage has got a lot worse since changing to superfast!! oO

Your new router may be on a different wifi channel(which is changeable) to your older one


​oh, didn't know that! I've currently got BT checking their end as actually the speed has reduced in the whole house - less than half I was getting!
andrewlaw9
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andrewlaw9
these look a little different and expensive but a better alternative http://www.powerethernet.com
What makes them better exactly? Aesthetics aside they do the same thing. They are certainly priced to make them "seem" better LOL. £20 for two of these or £215 for two of those! Admittedly with WiFi too but that's hardly going to cost you much to add - hell, you can buy a VERY high end router with a lot of functionality for less than that.
​I did say more expensive to start with, I guess the better part is personal preference for a start you are not loosing the use of a plug socket. plus I like the two port rj45 connection and wifi hotspot. like I say each to there own if you prefer 5 year old tech or a more modern all though very expensive alternative

Yeah true mate, was only messing about really - they do look tidy I bet installed - I use the pass through plug one's myself to get round the issue and they are all hidden behind desks, tv unit etc.
It is the price though - very expensive!
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HP Officejet 7510 All-in-One Wireless printer with fax 74.99 but with £25 cashback from HP @ PCWorld

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Top features: - All-in-one design lets you wirelessly print, scan, copy, and fax - User friendly touchscreen interface with apps - Low-cost printing with HP ink and energy saving feature
Jordan__Craig Avatar6d, 4h agoFound 6 days, 4 hours ago1 Comment
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Lenovo IdeaCentre 700 Desktop PC @ PC World £599.97 was £849.99

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Was £849.99 now £599.97 Windows 10 (pre-installed) Intel® Core™ i5-6400 Processor Memory: 16 GB Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 Hard drive: 2 TB I do not have the time or patience to custom…
Peruse42 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago31 Comments
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Hi, the deal seems to have rallied - still cold (as expected) but not as cold as it was! If anyone has bought and used the voucher code GOLD100 successfully - please can they advise? I'm not sure who added it here, but seems to be for TV's only - if it works, I need to speak to Customer Services.Thanks.
Keep your eye out on dell outlet usually have discount codes too.

Just got a scratch and dent xps 8900 for £607 after cashback.

i7 6000k, 2 TB 7200 rpm,, 512 GB SSD, Bluray DVD/RW, 16 GB ddr4 Ram, heatsink, Windows 10, half decent motherboard, average 460w PSU. No GPU but gtx 1060 fits.

Ignoring the rest i.e the average PSU and motherboard the components alone are cheaper than buying separately and can easily be taken out and put into another case.


Edited By: andy1989 on Aug 17, 2016 13:26
At a time when people are getting excited about the performance leap of RX470/480 and the GTX 1060, it's hard to generate excitement around a computer built around a GTX 960. I appreciate you have said you wouldn't want to build your own, which is perfectly reasonable, but for those who do, they could build something around an RX470 or 480 for around £630 - £640, including OS, substituting hard drive for a 250GB SSD and taking the memory down to 8GB, with the full retail warranty on each component, rather than the usual one year warranty that comes with most prebuilt PCs. The full retail warranty is worth the extra, for me. Still, it seems an okay deal if you are happy enough with a GTX 960, though it would be good to know what the power supply is.

In fairness, I checked out the full spec - whatever else people think about PC World, kudos to them for a fairly detailed spec listing - and notice that the Lenovo comes with card reader, mouse and keyboard, so that bumps up the price of the partpicker build by £10 - £15. PSU 400W. Still, that 1 year warranty is off-putting, to me, compared to the often longer warranties on the individual components if building your own, for those who like that option. A quick look around and I couldn't find a cheaper deal from a high street vendor.

Edited By: Noclouds on Aug 17, 2016 14:39: Checked the full spec listing
Oneday77
The £599.97 is a clearance price. So stock will be limited and could well be exdisplay.
While at the moment it doesn't reflect a big saving. My experience is it will drop another £100-£200 in the next 4 weeks. Thursday used to be the main price change day, so could be worth stalking it.
With the Win10 free upgrade being over, they will be trying to dispose of Win8.1 machines to take in fresh stock. There will be bargains to be found but it will involve looking.

The Win10 free upgrade may not be over depending on your personal circumstances. See the article here

Oneday77
The £599.97 is a clearance price. So stock will be limited and could well be exdisplay.
While at the moment it doesn't reflect a big saving. My experience is it will drop another £100-£200 in the next 4 weeks. Thursday used to be the main price change day, so could be worth stalking it.
With the Win10 free upgrade being over, they will be trying to dispose of Win8.1 machines to take in fresh stock. There will be bargains to be found but it will involve looking.

This machine has Win10 pre-installed ...

Edited By: phoenix198 on Aug 17, 2016 00:17: typo
Oneday77
The £599.97 is a clearance price. So stock will be limited and could well be exdisplay.
While at the moment it doesn't reflect a big saving. My experience is it will drop another £100-£200 in the next 4 weeks. Thursday used to be the main price change day, so could be worth stalking it.
With the Win10 free upgrade being over, they will be trying to dispose of Win8.1 machines to take in fresh stock. There will be bargains to be found but it will involve looking.

The Win10 free upgrade may not be over depending on your personal circumstances. See the article here
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HP Envy 13 i5 6200u, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM, 1920x1080 (After Cashback £558.07) £619.97 pcworld

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This deal seems pretty good. The laptop has an original cost of £649.99 and having the price reduced to £619 and the 10% cashback seems like a great deal although you only get the year of warranty. Th…
robmitch10 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago2 Comments
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Its a decent spec laptop with good features but really badly designed. Overheats when you put the screen past 90 degrees as anything further covers the cooling vents on the underside, so clearly a manufacturing flaw.
Nice spec for the sub £600 mark
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HP 15.6" Laptop AMD A8 in blue (and other colours) £298.98 @ PCWorld

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PCWorld claiming a saving of £151 on this laptop. They also have a few others with big savings: http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/windows-laptops/laptops/laptops/703_7006_70006_xx_ba00010671-bv00308…
Meluk9 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago5 Comments
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nublets2k
These are a tad slow, but ok for the money.
jasee
Best bought online or they will try to sell you a 'preset-up version' for an extra £45 or office 365 or paid versions of anti-virus software making various erroneous claims, In fact my local PC World contained almost nothing but preset-up versions!
PC World conned my 80 year old neighbour into buying Office 365 with this, telling him Office 2013 wouldn't be compatible with this laptop because it was "too old". Nice!

scumbags.....
Seen A10 way cheaper than this. Not worth the money. The i3 posted on here, was much better value,
These are a tad slow, but ok for the money.

jasee
Best bought online or they will try to sell you a 'preset-up version' for an extra £45 or office 365 or paid versions of anti-virus software making various erroneous claims, In fact my local PC World contained almost nothing but preset-up versions!

PC World conned my 80 year old neighbour into buying Office 365 with this, telling him Office 2013 wouldn't be compatible with this laptop because it was "too old". Nice!
Specification
Operating system Windows 10 (64-bit)
SPECIFICATION Processor - AMD A8-7410 APU
- Quad-core
- 2.2 GHz / 2.5 GHz with Turbo Core

- 2 MB cache
Memory (RAM) 8 GB
Storage 1 TB HDD, 5400 rpm
SCREEN Touchscreen No
Screen size 15.6"
Screen type LCD
Resolution 1366 x 768
CONNECTIVTY Wireless 802.11 b/g/n
Ethernet 10/100 Ethernet
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
USB - USB 3.0 x 1
- USB 2.0 x 2
Video interface HDMI x 1
Audio interface 3.5 mm jack
MEDIA Optical disc drive DVD/RW
Memory card reader SD card reader
SOUND Sound DTS Studio Sound
Mouse / trackpad Multitouch trackpad
Keyboard Full-size keyboard with numeric keypad
Other features - Dropbox
- HP Connected Drive
POWER Battery type 4-cell Lithium-ion polymer
Battery life Up to 7.25 hours
GENERAL Colour Noble blue
Dimensions 24.3 x 384.3 x 254.6 mm (H x W x D)
Weight 2.19 kg

I think this is quite a well specified laptop. The main disadvantage nowadays is the less than HD resolution.
Best bought online or they will try to sell you a 'preset-up version' for an extra £45 or office 365 or paid versions of anti-virus software making various erroneous claims, In fact my local PC World contained almost nothing but preset-up versions!
Yeah struggle to see them selling any at £450.
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HP Pavilion x360 13-s150sa 13.3" 2 in 1 - Silver £479.97 @ PCWorld

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it was on £499.99 last Christmas, this is lowest i have seen . Technical specifications for HP Pavilion x360 13-s150sa 13.3" 2 in 1 - Silver OVERVIEW Type 2 in 1 Operating system Windows 10 (…
bavi014 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago11 Comments
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TheRatedSeller
this or the surface pro??

This doesn't detach from the keyboard so it's never going to do the tablet trick as well as a surface device, but then back in it's favour, as good as the type cover is for the surface, it's just not quite like having a real sturdy laptop keyboard especially if you ever use it on your lap.

But as a tablet device the 3:2 aspect of a surface is much better than a 16:9 slab. I've got a Dell Venue 11 which does fully detach, but I rarely use it like that because 16:9 just isn't great as a portrait held tablet. Even the slight step to 16:10 is much better but with a 3:2 aspect the surface is perfect. Also this doesn't have the level of stylus support the surface has.

This is however a massive chunk cheaper than a surface even close to it in specs. I love the surface devices, and I do believe the build is worth the price premium, but with my own money I just wouldn't take the plunge when devices like this are available.
this or the surface pro??
djbenny1
​I didn't vote hot on this deal but I felt compelled to vote cold on yours as it seems like am awful deal compared to this one.

It's cute that he's convinced himself it's a great deal though


​I didn't vote hot on this deal but I felt compelled to vote cold on yours as it seems like am awful deal compared to this one.
I should have made clear that my original purchase was for my 70 year old mother so a bigger screen and cheaper was ideal for her
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SANDISK Dual USB Memory Stick - 16 GB | PC World | £6.99 online Click+Collect (£9.99 in store)

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Was after a dual USB memory stick to transfer photos and videos from my Android Mobile Phone to PC. Needed one straightaway and found this online at PC World. Good brand and good price, 16GB storage
damson888 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago3 Comments
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Probably because you can usually get the USB 3.0 version from Tesco for £6.00 & 32GB for £10.
Not sure why the cold votes.....good manufacturer with a 2 year guarantee & dual USB support

Plus 3 months free Tidal Music Streaming when you buy any Sandisc drive from PC World

HOT for me !!
Not a bad price if your in a hurry, heat from me
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Saitek X52 Flight Control System - £89.99 (+ potential 10% Quidco) @ Pc world

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Might be a bit of a niche item, but hopefully it will be useful to some folks out there. I have been looking for a HOTAS controller to play Elite Dangerous / Flight Simulator X / Rise of Flight for…
crg52 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago16 Comments
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I remember buying this years ago when on holiday in the USA for something like $80. Can't believe it's still holding at this price.
Showing out of stock.

Regards
Flea
sam103329
My god this thing is old. I remember wanting to buy one when I was a teenager! Was the shiz back then!

I do not quite understand how this is still available new!


​I paid £99 in 2004 so this is not much of a saving for something that dated!
My god this thing is old. I remember wanting to buy one when I was a teenager! Was the shiz back then!

I do not quite understand how this is still available new!
X52 is a very old HOTAS and frankly even at this price point isn't worth it. The throttle is nice but the stick is awful, save up a little and get the X55 or combo a T16000M with a CH Pro throttle. I say this as someone who owned an X52 for 7 years - it's old tech, released over TEN years ago and only bought by those who don't understand how poor the tech inside the stick is, or by those who have never tried cheaper sticks like the T16000M which at £30 blows the X52s socks off. Heck even get a Hotas-X over this.. do yourself a favour and avoid.
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HP Pavilion x360 15-bk056sa 15.6" 2 in 1 - £399.00 @ PC World

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Interested to see HUKD opinions on this. Bought it for my mum who wanted both a laptop and tablet for under £500. Thought it was a good deal with the £100 off currently at PC World. Everyday: All-r…
Stiz2theMiz Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago8 Comments
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better gift a 11" 2-in-1 laptop for old aged mom. she would be more happy. believe me . At old age, a 15.6 inch laptop is not something a old aged person would like to hold on hands / lap .
4405U freakin' cold!!! that's not a laptop but mass of silicon and plastic.
Alvie


​thanks but has a smaller screen and is heavier...this is for my mum who's 70 odd.
Lenovo Yoga 500 i3 4GB/1TB £353.49
Black
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B015Q30SXE

£349.95 - White
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01BF6V6UU/

Edited By: Alvie on Aug 09, 2016 23:17
Stiz2theMiz
If voting cold please let me know why or at least post a better deal?
Pentiums aren't that great, at least core i3/m
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HP Officejet 7510 All-in-One Wireless A3 Inkjet Printer with Fax £89.99 @ PC World

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I was looking for a proper A3 printer, NOT one where you feed in single sheets at a time. I know a local architect who has this model and it's been working fine for him for the last year. Anyway, it…
chtyrone2 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago1 Comment
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Has anybody had any experience with this model?

Looks like a good deal initially, but would like to hear others opinions.
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Lenovo Yoga 510 i5-6200U AMD R5 + 8GB RAM 128GB SSD £599.00 @ Currys/PCWorld (£539.10 after cashback)

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Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i5-6200U Processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 128 GB SSD Graphics: AMD Radeon R5 Full HD 1080P 10 point Touch-screen IPS Display Convertible Wireless AC Gigabit Ethernet 8.5
Alvie Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago13 Comments
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Crocodillion
Just one thing. These DO NOT have an R9 chipset. I spent over an hour in my local PCs world trying to get to the bottom on it and it has an r5 chipset. With ddr3 ram NOT the stated ddr4. Take warning if you've bought one check the specs.
I rang PCs world on Sunday who said oh really have 10% off any laptop. However. As on now Tuesday evening it's still on the website as an R9 machine. Shocking
Looks like they fixed it now
Just one thing. These DO NOT have an R9 chipset. I spent over an hour in my local PCs world trying to get to the bottom on it and it has an r5 chipset. With ddr3 ram NOT the stated ddr4. Take warning if you've bought one check the specs.

I rang PCs world on Sunday who said oh really have 10% off any laptop. However. As on now Tuesday evening it's still on the website as an R9 machine. Shocking
Sorry to disappoint, but this is a listing error on the Currys website. I know this because I have seen it in store, and the spec sheet lists the dedicated graphics as an r5 m430 or some such.

I actually bought the slightly more expensive i7 version of this exact laptop last week. That was priced at £750 with the R9 M380. I did think to myself it was too good to be true but I bought it anyway. There is nowhere on the exterior packaging that discloses the model of graphics card. naturally, the first thing I did when I got it home is go to device manager, and there was the much weaker R5 M430 listed.

I've bought a Yoga 700 instead, which has a 940m - still a bit pants, but about the best you're going to get in a convertible laptop at the moment.
I m in the market for a new laptop and went to Currys to see this laptop. The screen is sharp and its 'relatively' light but the plastic body didnt feel too solid. May be ok at this price point but there are some other cheaper laptops out there with a better chasis (e.g. Asus E403).


Edited By: wh431 on Aug 07, 2016 14:41
Astec123
adamkaty
I was about to buy this, however when I checked the lenovo website for current models none of them have the r9 m380.
I was kinda foolish to believe that a laptop this price would have the r9 m380. Its comparable to a gtx 960m.
No it's not. You're thinking of the M390 which is very much comparable to the 960m and a whole heap more expensive. The M380 is more like a 945m in terms of performance and not a million miles from a 950m. Not blistering, but not slow either.
The Lenovo store site not showing that it's got a dedicated graphics card is nothing unusual. There are plenty of reviews of this model that confirm (with pictures that the dedicated graphics models do exist).

Yeah, im a little out of touch at the moment. I cant be that hard to copy the specs off the box onto the Currys website.
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Macbook Pro with Retina display £1,599.00 @ PCWORLD

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Macbook Pro i7, 16 GB, 256GB with 10% off by cashback offer. Looks like all the Macs have this offer. so it comes to £1400.00 while I am looking for offers this is the cheapest one I found. I kn…
newdealchaser Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago16 Comments
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I saw macbook and my finger went to cold automatically, I lost control of my fingers for a few seconds. How is that even possible? I still don't know the price, for all I know it could be a free give away.
hotdealseeker
Hi OP, care to explain how you get further discounts to 1,400? 1,599 x 0.9 = 1,439.10. Many thanks.
i used my analytical engine and it has rounded off!!! you are right. £1439.10 is the right price..

thanks for pointing out..
Just FYI to those who hold valid NUS extra cards (shaw academy etc ahem!) you can save £140 on this price from Apple Store direct and get a free set of beats solo 2 wireless headphones. Don't shoot messenger about ethics and morales etc. It worked for me and I'm just sayin..... oO

Edited By: imiskeen on Aug 05, 2016 18:56
Hi OP, care to explain how you get further discounts to 1,400? 1,599 x 0.9 = 1,439.10. Many thanks.
Agharta
newdealchaser
SD1266
I think it may be a good idea to wait 6 - 8 weeks for the new one to be announced :)
what could be new in 2016? any ideas?
For the new models they are removing all ports and the keyboard but they will be very slim and light. 8)
Apple do stupid things with their hardware and Microsoft do stupid things with their software; where's my abacus?
Got to be one of the smartest and most accurate comments ever.
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AOC e2070Swn 19.5" LED Monitor £59.99 pcworld

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Good value, despite a slightly flimsy stand. 1600 x 900p HD+ Input: VGA Response time: 5 ms
Dav1949 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago1 Comment
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very basic, but very cheap!
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BELKIN BSV604af2M 6-Socket Surge Protector Extension Cable - 2m With 2 USB Ports £14.99 @ PC World

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BELKIN BSV604af2M 6-Socket Surge Protector Extension Cable - 2m With 2 USB Ports absolute bargain they go for £21.00 or more online like amazon ebay and other retailers right now its for £14.99 at p…
fatimaa123 Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago11 Comments
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crazyhorse69
Amazon appear to be price matching on this one, also £14.99https://www.amazon.co.uk/Belkin-BSV604-Protection-Shared-Charging-White/dp/B00OE44D2O

Also, that price is only for Prime member. For none prime, need to pay 3.99ish quid shipping.
Would be interesting to see a teardown of this unit, it's an odd design choice the USB port section appears to be given half the amount of space given to the 6 socket. I wonder there is a a reason for this or just a odd design choice.
With switches what I was looking for, any alternatives for people without a home bargains close-by?
crofter
Pondlife
Spikecast
Be careful with these as the socket spacing is poor. I have older belkin models which are fine but these new ones are poorly designed.
Was looking at pic and thinking it looked bad for that. What were they thinking, no wonder they've had to reduce them
Yeah hate that - if you are using devices with the power supply built into the plug (i.e. external hard drives) then these are going to be a big let down as it would become a 4 socket (at most) extension cable.
That is the reason I prefer the tower surge-protectors that don't have that problem ...

You can also get a 10-way tower for around £11-12 usually.
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HP Pavilion 15-ab271sa 15.6" Laptop £329.00 @ PCWorld

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I'm actually looking for some expert advice as to whether this is a good deal or not for the money. I've also seen this on offer (http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=X7H81EA&opt=ABU&sel=…
Frazlar Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago17 Comments
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cold as hell freezed over
Did you purchase this laptop in the end? I am looking to buy this too
I don't think the Op is being unreasonable here? They're looking for advice whilst posting a deal they've found.

They'd get grief if they put this deal up, then started another post asking for help!
tyke
luvsadealdealdeal
tyke
luvsadealdealdeal
antonywhite37
luvsadealdealdeal
Frazlar
luvsadealdealdeal
So you're not posting a deal - but too scared to say which one you think offers better value?
Wow such rage mate, I clearly think they're both pretty good deals. I came here for a second opinion on which I should get, not for random childish taunts...
you can't even insult effectively
cold from me it is
​Need to sort your life out and stay off this site me thinks. He posted 2 deals and asked for opinions, shouldn't require him to post insults. Seem fairly good deals to me so have some heat
he didn't originally post 2 deals
he edited his feeble post after asking other people to spoon feed him
as it happens it's very easy to get a much better spec HP laptop than this - the headline price £500+ i5 with 8GB RAM - for under £300 after discounts
I won't even be coy about it - just search for the Trade up to HP threads here on jolly old HUKD
Haven't the Trade up deals finished now?
no they're still going and there's a very nice i5 you can get £200 rebate on = under £300 net once you take off a few £ for TCB & your Amex card points
Is that the XP trade up they were doing a while ago via the HP Store? If so, I can't find it. Which laptop is it?

I just posted it as a deal as several people were asking
luvsadealdealdeal
tyke
luvsadealdealdeal
antonywhite37
luvsadealdealdeal
Frazlar
luvsadealdealdeal
So you're not posting a deal - but too scared to say which one you think offers better value?
Wow such rage mate, I clearly think they're both pretty good deals. I came here for a second opinion on which I should get, not for random childish taunts...
you can't even insult effectively
cold from me it is
​Need to sort your life out and stay off this site me thinks. He posted 2 deals and asked for opinions, shouldn't require him to post insults. Seem fairly good deals to me so have some heat
he didn't originally post 2 deals
he edited his feeble post after asking other people to spoon feed him
as it happens it's very easy to get a much better spec HP laptop than this - the headline price £500+ i5 with 8GB RAM - for under £300 after discounts
I won't even be coy about it - just search for the Trade up to HP threads here on jolly old HUKD
Haven't the Trade up deals finished now?
no they're still going and there's a very nice i5 you can get £200 rebate on = under £300 net once you take off a few £ for TCB & your Amex card points
Is that the XP trade up they were doing a while ago via the HP Store? If so, I can't find it. Which laptop is it?
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Panasonic TZ71 Camera £129.89 instore at PC World

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just picked this up in Slough branch of PC World
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Has anyone managed to find this?
Has anyone found any yet ?
Bendown
Is there any way to check stock in store rather than driving about aimlessly
Call the stores? Can't see the product on the website.
Is there any way to check stock in store rather than driving about aimlessly
Link is fixed, appears it takes HUKD a few minutes to set it up through the ad people...
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Microsoft Band (1) £39.97 @ PC World

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Microsoft fitness band (the first one) I just bought it off their website and also used quidco too.
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Super Hot if u got
I love it. cant believe I found it for that price
Super Hot if u got
oos for me
Back in stock...
went oos fast

pc world logoPC World – Technology Trader for More Than 20 Years

PC World began selling computing goods from its flagship store in Croydon in late 1991. After successful expansion and more store openings, PC World quickly attracted the attention of investors at another UK technology retail giant, Dixons, who positioned the brand in even more locations around the UK. Expansion into Europe followed in subsequent years. Major milestones in PC World’s journey include ‘The Connected Home’ PC and home entertainment service in 2006 and the launch of 2-in-1 Currys PC World megastores around Britain, in partnership with well-known retailer Currys.

PC World: Storefinder and Online Shop

Whether you prefer to browse in physical stores or want to have a look at the desired item before purchasing, you can use PC World’s handy store finder feature on its website to find the nearest branch.

The online shop of PC World found at www.pcworld.co.uk offers a range of consumer computing goods whereas the separate page of Currys found at www.currys.co.uk focuses on electronic goods such as kitchen appliances, Cameras, Audio, TV and Entertainment devices.

Product Range and Top Brands from pcworld.co.uk

In addition to personal computers made by PC World’s own Advent line, PC World sells these products in their online shop:

  • Laptops – The notebook computer line-up includes Windows 10 laptops, Apple MacBooks, Chromebooks, and laptop accessories.
  • Desktops – Desktops include Windows 10 PCs, all-in-one PCs, and Apple Macs.
  • iPads, Tablets & Mobile – This section is where you’ll find iPads, tablets, eReaders, mobile phones, and mobile broadband services including pay monthly and prepaid SIM cards from EE and Three service providers.
  • Other – Other categories in the navigation menu are targeted at software solutions, printing, accessories, networking, home cinema (TVs, sound systems, DVD/Blu-ray players, projectors, and games consoles), as well as DSLR and digital cameras.

2 in 1 Devices From PC World

Top brands available from the above categories in the online shop include:

Deals from PC World

On the PC World homepage you’ll see an image grid of the latest deals, which are labelled with the maximum savings you can get for each product. As a result, you don’t need to save the date for seasonal discount periods. The labels displayed have a variety of offers such as money off deals, better than half price bargains, two for one offers, or cashback after purchase. The annual promotional periods include Easter mega deals, Boxing Day sales, which hit the store on Christmas Eve, and Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals at the end of November – the latter sale period regularly beats the store’s previous revenue records.

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PC World makes a price promise: If you find a product at the competing retailers Argos, AO.com, Asda, John Lewis or Tesco at a cheaper price, PC world will match it up to 7 days after purchase.

Ordering Products on PC World

To provide you with the same convenience of paying in store, PC World doesn’t ask you to join as a member when you want to buy something. Instead, you can complete your purchase, and enter your address information if requesting delivery, and complete account registration at a later stage if you wish. However, by signing up for an account, you can benefit from even faster checkout times in the future because it will remember many of the details you entered previously. What’s more, having an account at PC World means you can stay up to date with exclusive member’s only deals.

PC World – Accepted Payment Methods

The ordering process of their online store is very straightforward. The payment options accepted at PC World are Visa credit/debit/delta cards, V.me digital wallet by Visa, MasterCard, Masterpass, Maestro, and Amex.

PC World Shipping

To work out shipping costs and estimated delivery times, enter your postcode in the box right below the “Add to basket” button. Delivery is free for TVs under 39” and other small items, like computers, cameras, etc. and should arrive to your door within 5 working days during normal business hours. There is often a promotion for free next day delivery if you order before 9pm on weekdays and 4pm on weekends, instead of paying the usual £3.95. Larger items, choosing a morning or afternoon delivery, requesting delivery after business hours, and same day delivery options incur additional charges but if you need the item in a hurry or for when you know you’ll be home, it may be worth the peace of mind. Furthermore, you can use the Reserve & Collect service, which lets you purchase the product you want online and then collect it from your local store one hour after your reservation. If you select this option, you must pick it up by 5pm the next business day after placing your order.

Cancellations and Returns at pcworld.co.uk

If you decide not to proceed with an order, you can call PC World’s Knowhow team on 0344 561 1234 and supply your order number to ask for a refund or exchange. If your order has already arrived, or if it has a fault that can’t be fixed by a Knowhow telephone support agent, there are a few different ways to request a refund:

Keep unwanted items unopened in the original packaging if you wish to return them and you must do so within 21 days to qualify for an immediate refund. PC World will accept returns if you have opened the package to inspect the item but you can’t have used the product and you must let them know within 14 days of your intention to return it. Faulty products can be returned within 30 days of delivery for exchange or full refund.

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PC World Apps

There are two apps from Currys PC World for both iOS and Android devices: Compare Prices Currys PC World and CurrysPCWorld TV Size Finder. Compare Prices gives you quick access to the entire product range and compares product prices side by side to ensure you find the best price available (Download for iOS, download for Android). And because it’s a mobile app, you can search for products while you’re out shopping by scanning the barcode on a product’s packaging. TV Size Finder is simply a way for you to determine the optimum-sized TV to suit your needs (Download for iOS, download for Android).

Contact PC World

To get in touch with a customer service agent at PC World, call 0344 561 1234 between 8am and 8pm Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm Saturday, and 9am to 6pm Sunday. Technical support is available 24/7, except during public holidays where hours will be reduced. If you would rather email or send a letter, you can write to [email protected] or PC World, PO Box 1687, Sheffield, S2 5YA.

Looking for the best deals at PC World? – The dedicated page on HotUKDeals will keep you up to date with the best bargains from this merchant.