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Google Chromecast Ultra £59.00 @ PC World and Argos

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Cheapest I've seen it for a while. Still £69 on Google's website. 4K, HDR etc. Read More
Cheapest I've seen it for a while. Still £69 on Google's website. 4K, HDR etc.
King.Mustard Avatar4h, 40m agoFound 4 hours, 40 minutes ago9 Comments
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bouncy99
Jonnyblock
I have a cheapo 4k Finlux TV but I've yet to experience 4k on it. What would be the cheapest way? Thanks
this?


or a fire tv box

Edited By: jameshothothot on Apr 30, 2017 18:29: box
Jonnyblock
I have a cheapo 4k Finlux TV but I've yet to experience 4k on it. What would be the cheapest way? Thanks

You probably don't need anything assuming it has smart features? I went 4K last year and found the BY FAR the best option for tonnes of great 4K content very cheap is a Netflix sub. Most TVs have the app built right in so provided your internet is up to scratch (ideally over 20mb) you should be all set.

If you don't have a smart tv then there is this or the Amazon Fire TV box (not the stick that's only 1080P) has been around about two years now so if you shop carefully it can be found cheap (e.g. second hand on eBay). I managed to get one for just over £40 on eBay. It was missing the remote but I just used the one from my fire tv stick (fully compatible) and it works perfectly....
wakkaday
I've noticed connection drops but I'm using 4g Internet is this the same for broadband

I think the issue with mine was that the chromecast itself had good wifi but my phone was only getting a marginal wifi signal and kept switching to the data/3g connection, which I suspect broke the connection between the two but still one would think the chromecast could handle the changing of networks like this since it is something smartphones do as their default behaviour to maintain a usable connection...
Jonnyblock
I have a cheapo 4k Finlux TV but I've yet to experience 4k on it. What would be the cheapest way? Thanks
HDMI Cable for £1 from poundland and your existing laptop if it has a HDMI out port?
Jonnyblock
I have a cheapo 4k Finlux TV but I've yet to experience 4k on it. What would be the cheapest way? Thanks
this?
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Apple Watch Series 2 Nike £379.00 @ PC world

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Apple Watch Series 2 Nike range only £20 off this weekend only Read More
Apple Watch Series 2 Nike range only £20 off this weekend only
bencooperiphone Avatar1d, 7h agoFound 1 day, 7 hours ago4 Comments
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bencooperiphone
[Currys bow offer the 2 years too
Can't see any mention of this on their website, just says 1 year under specifications.
HotBot
I see John Lewis are matching this price but have a two year warranty so buy it from them!


Currys bow offer the 2 years too
I see John Lewis are matching this price but have a two year warranty so buy it from them!
This will probably go cold but is a really nice watch, even if you are not a runner!
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LENOVO YOGA 510 14" 2 in 1 £379.00 @ PC World

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Good price for a simple 2 in 1 Any discount codes? Read More
Good price for a simple 2 in 1 Any discount codes?
s4nju Avatar1d, 13h agoFound 1 day, 13 hours ago18 Comments
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SClub
gw3gon
Do NOT buy this.
For this price you can definitely buy a decent laptop with an i3 at least, which is MILES ahead of the Pentium.
IMO, the Pentium and Atom shouldn't even be put in laptops as they are a recipe for disaster. They just can't handle the OS.
This pentium processor is significantly better than the older atom based ones, as it's built on the skylake platform, as were the core I series of the same vintage.
Therefore, your comment is null and void.
BTW, I have owned a laptop with a quad core atom based Pentium n3540 and it handled Windows fine. It even ran Lightroom OK for photo editing.

Just because it's a Skylake CPU, doesn't make it comparable to i series CPUs. I have used many newer and older Pentiums and Atoms on laptops and they all have has issues when completing normal tasks such as internet browsing or file handling.


However, Pentium CPUs for desktops are acceptable.
gw3gon
Do NOT buy this.
For this price you can definitely buy a decent laptop with an i3 at least, which is MILES ahead of the Pentium.
IMO, the Pentium and Atom shouldn't even be put in laptops as they are a recipe for disaster. They just can't handle the OS.

This pentium processor is significantly better than the older atom based ones, as it's built on the skylake platform, as were the core I series of the same vintage.

Therefore, your comment is null and void.

BTW, I have owned a laptop with a quad core atom based Pentium n3540 and it handled Windows fine. It even ran Lightroom OK for photo editing.
SClub
thomasbyrne
I'm not too knowledgable on processors. Can anyone give me some good info on the Intel Pentium 4405U Processor? Is it worth it for this price?
Not too bad actually, similar to entry level 5th gen i3. Should be very good for general computing, but not so much for modern gaming.

+1

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare.php?cmp[]=2666&cmp[]=2467

@slimy31 - any good for you?
A little unrelated, but does anyone have a link to a chart where the processor generations are compared? For example, I keep hearing a newer generation i3 is better than an older i5, but it would be nice to compare them all to see the differences. It does seem that clock speeds no longer dictate the CPU performance.
Do NOT buy this.
For this price you can definitely buy a decent laptop with an i3 at least, which is MILES ahead of the Pentium.
IMO, the Pentium and Atom shouldn't even be put in laptops as they are a recipe for disaster. They just can't handle the OS.
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ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360CA 13.3" 2 in 1 - Grey - PC World - £429.00

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First deal so apologies if missing info. So looks like I just missed out on the Zenbook deal at AO (phoned up no update on when they will get more stock) and have come across this alternative, the Read More
First deal so apologies if missing info. So looks like I just missed out on the Zenbook deal at AO (phoned up no update on when they will get more stock) and have come across this alternative, the
priceyrice Avatar4d, 5h agoFound 4 days, 5 hours ago11 Comments
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antmatz
Smartguy1
antmatz
Screen is a big drop in res too :(
Yes that's true. QHD at 13.3" is about 276 pixels per inch. The tech guys reckon the human eye can only tell the difference up to 188 pixels per inch. Any more than that is irrelevant as the human eye cannot distinguish or appreciate the difference. Similar to 4k TV screens from farther away compared to 1080 screens. It makes sense if you think about it as pixels are dots or squares and the farther you walk away, the smaller they are.
The lower resolution model is about 170 pixels per inch so quite close to the maximum amount the eye can tell the difference.
Those are the technical facts however I had a Lenovo Miix 3 with the 1920 x 1200 10.1" screen (229 ppi) and then I bought the Asus T300chi with 1920 x 1080 12.5" screen (180 ppi). I can tell you the miix had the nicer screen. Don't get me wrong the Asus was nice, but the Lenovo was better.
Fully agree with your comments. It also depends on your usage, sometimes you just want to get a little more content on the screen, which is limited by a lower resolution.

That's true. Being older I had to increase the text size on both the Lenovo and the T300chi. Downside of getting older lol. I have the TP300 Flip now which runs a 1366 x 768 screen at 13.3". Low resolution yes but perfect for me with applying a scaling factor. I use Katy Perry's Roar video on Youtube as a good test for the screen quality and she still looks good on 1366 x 768 lol.

Edited By: Smartguy1 on Apr 27, 2017 20:55
Smartguy1
antmatz
Screen is a big drop in res too :(
Yes that's true. QHD at 13.3" is about 276 pixels per inch. The tech guys reckon the human eye can only tell the difference up to 188 pixels per inch. Any more than that is irrelevant as the human eye cannot distinguish or appreciate the difference. Similar to 4k TV screens from farther away compared to 1080 screens. It makes sense if you think about it as pixels are dots or squares and the farther you walk away, the smaller they are.
The lower resolution model is about 170 pixels per inch so quite close to the maximum amount the eye can tell the difference.
Those are the technical facts however I had a Lenovo Miix 3 with the 1920 x 1200 10.1" screen (229 ppi) and then I bought the Asus T300chi with 1920 x 1080 12.5" screen (180 ppi). I can tell you the miix had the nicer screen. Don't get me wrong the Asus was nice, but the Lenovo was better.
Fully agree with your comments. It also depends on your usage, sometimes you just want to get a little more content on the screen, which is limited by a lower resolution.
just noticed this one is touchscreen while my UX305 isn't .... fortunately Windows 10 doesn't really need touch screen so not sure it's a benefit or not!
I've got the previous UX303 model which apart from the flip looks to be the same. For standard browsing, email, iPlayer, etc (or actually for me running VNC so I can work from home) it's great. Processor may seem low perf compared to i5 but is perfectly adequate and best bit needs no noisy fan to keep it cool so it's totally silent (not even an HDD to make a sound). So, if you want a laptop for serious photoshopping, video rendering or gaming then this probably not for you but if you want a compact, silent laptop for basic stuff then it's brilliant.
antmatz
Screen is a big drop in res too :(

Yes that's true. QHD at 13.3" is about 276 pixels per inch. The tech guys reckon the human eye can only tell the difference up to 188 pixels per inch. Any more than that is irrelevant as the human eye cannot distinguish or appreciate the difference. Similar to 4k TV screens from farther away compared to 1080 screens. It makes sense if you think about it as pixels are dots or squares and the farther you walk away, the smaller they are.

The lower resolution model is about 170 pixels per inch so quite close to the maximum amount the eye can tell the difference.

Those are the technical facts however I had a Lenovo Miix 3 with the 1920 x 1200 10.1" screen (229 ppi) and then I bought the Asus T300chi with 1920 x 1080 12.5" screen (180 ppi). I can tell you the miix had the nicer screen. Don't get me wrong the Asus was nice, but the Lenovo was better.

Edited By: Smartguy1 on Apr 26, 2017 22:56
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MCSE Cloud based Training 97% off - £31.00 at PCWorld

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ENDING 19 HOURS FROM TIME OF POSTING The Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE): Server Infrastructure Expert certification is one of the most highly regarded IT certifications, and demonstrat… Read More
ENDING 19 HOURS FROM TIME OF POSTING The Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE): Server Infrastructure Expert certification is one of the most highly regarded IT certifications, and demonstrat…
jonnythelarge1 Avatar4d, 8h agoFound 4 days, 8 hours ago2 Comments
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Ah thanks DJDUNK that explains the low cost. Still worth while for the training material rather than the certification.
Worth noting that this was withdrawn at the end of March and replaced with "MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure".

https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/learning/mcse-server-infrastructure-certification.aspx
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XBox One S Forza 500Gb + Controller + 3 Month XBox Live £218.99 @ PC World

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This is really good price for Forza bundle with extra controller and 3 month Xbox live. You can have Bundle and controller for £209.99 if not interested in 3 month Xbox live http://www.pcworld.co.… Read More
This is really good price for Forza bundle with extra controller and 3 month Xbox live. You can have Bundle and controller for £209.99 if not interested in 3 month Xbox live http://www.pcworld.co.…
nihir Avatar5d, 4h agoFound 5 days, 4 hours ago4 Comments
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excellent!! cheers!!
WoW!! Errr....was gonna buy the Nintendo Switch for £300+ with a Wii U remastered game but nope! Not after this deal!
nosherfj
good for the UHD bluray drive alone.
i fear though if you wait a bit longer when scorpio lands your pickup a bargain like this £150 in Nov and Ebay will but crammed.hat added tho.
they say the 4k bluray drive aint all that apparantly-https://www.whathifi.com/news/no-xbox-one-s-isnt-very-good-4k-blu-ray-player
It's been updated since then. But it might still be rubbish I don't know. They should update the review
good for the UHD bluray drive alone.
i fear though if you wait a bit longer when scorpio lands your pickup a bargain like this £150 in Nov and Ebay will but crammed.hat added tho.
they say the 4k bluray drive aint all that apparantly-
https://www.whathifi.com/news/no-xbox-one-s-isnt-very-good-4k-blu-ray-player

Edited By: nosherfj on Apr 25, 2017 17:18
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JVC LT-55C760 55" Full HD 1080p Smart LCD TV with Freeview HD Black £399.00 from Currys / PCworld

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Add code TV10 for 10%off. Technical specifications for JVC LT-55C760 Smart 55"LCD TV SCREEN Screen technology LED directlit Screen size 55" Resolution 1920 x 1080 PICTURE QUALITY Mo… Read More
Add code TV10 for 10%off. Technical specifications for JVC LT-55C760 Smart 55"LCD TV SCREEN Screen technology LED directlit Screen size 55" Resolution 1920 x 1080 PICTURE QUALITY Mo…
zed68 Avatar2w, 6h agoFound 2 weeks, 6 hours ago10 Comments
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sam_of_london
EndlessWaves
sam_of_london
No one in their right mind should buy Full HD TV at this price £399. 4k is the standard now. Negative
Don't be silly, 4K is only going to make minimal difference at 55" for most viewing distances and a cheap TV like this is going to be dead long before things start assuming 4K is standard.
There's no reason to believe the marketing that you need 4K on a TV like this.
A fool and his money are soon parted.

You'd need to sit less than 7feet away from a 55" 4k TV to notice the difference in resolution from 1080p. Just saying.

Doesn't make this a particularly great deal though.
Shambles
freakstyler

Exact same TV (give or take) don't believe me? compare the rear pictures of both TV's.
Compare the number of USBs and the number of HDMIs.

I did say give or take.......
EndlessWaves
sam_of_london
No one in their right mind should buy Full HD TV at this price £399. 4k is the standard now. Negative

Don't be silly, 4K is only going to make minimal difference at 55" for most viewing distances and a cheap TV like this is going to be dead long before things start assuming 4K is standard.

There's no reason to believe the marketing that you need 4K on a TV like this.


A fool and his money are soon parted.
freakstyler

Exact same TV (give or take) don't believe me? compare the rear pictures of both TV's.

Compare the number of USBs and the number of HDMIs.
sam_of_london
No one in their right mind should buy Full HD TV at this price £399. 4k is the standard now. Negative

Don't be silly, 4K is only going to make minimal difference at 55" for most viewing distances and a cheap TV like this is going to be dead long before things start assuming 4K is standard.

There's no reason to believe the marketing that you need 4K on a TV like this.
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Logitech M187 Mini Wireless Optical Mouse £7.97 @ PCworld in store collection

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The wireless nano transceiver is convenient as it slots into a USB port in your computer when used and can be stored in the Logitech mouse when not in use. Working off one AAA battery Read More
The wireless nano transceiver is convenient as it slots into a USB port in your computer when used and can be stored in the Logitech mouse when not in use. Working off one AAA battery
winchman Avatar2w, 6h agoFound 2 weeks, 6 hours ago4 Comments
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I heard The Donald has just bought up the last of these :p
I bought and returned this after a week. I don't have massive hands but it was too small for me to be of any comfortable / prolonged use.
Same price at Amazon, at least they won't screw you over & cancel the purchase.
It might be a good idea to add "Mini Wireless Optical Mouse" to the title, it isn't that clear what is on offer
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SteelSeries Apex M500 mechanical keyboard £55.98 @ PC World & Currys

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SteelSeries Apex M500 mechanical keyboard (Cherry MX red switches). Enter code PCGAMING20 at checkout (code valid until Monday 17th). Cherry MX red switches are non-tactile which you may or may not… Read More
SteelSeries Apex M500 mechanical keyboard (Cherry MX red switches). Enter code PCGAMING20 at checkout (code valid until Monday 17th). Cherry MX red switches are non-tactile which you may or may not…
Donuts123 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago2 Comments
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Heat added.
Great keyboard - Cherry Red keys feel great to type on.

Bought one for £69 this week - D'oh! :(
If only I'd waited...
none around Birmingham...
also unavailable for pickup or delivery
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Logitech G610 Orion Brown mechanical keyboard, £51.19 @ PC World

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Mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX brown key switches. Use code PCGAMING20 at checkout to get it for £51.19 delivered. Code valid until Monday 17 April. - Play comfortably with mechanical Cherry MX… Read More
Mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX brown key switches. Use code PCGAMING20 at checkout to get it for £51.19 delivered. Code valid until Monday 17 April. - Play comfortably with mechanical Cherry MX…
Donuts123 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago24 Comments
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Deeco
Anyone know where I can find the K70 RGB Lux Cherry MX Brown for cheaper?
I have bought 2 K70 red LED Brown from the Corsair refurb site for 51 quid. they all arrived promptly and looked brand new. I think i have seen the RGB version but it was pricier. The stock comes and go and prices sometimes fluctuates. but it's worth checking if you are looking for a bargin.
I bought one today from my local PCworld (Reading) and I'm impressed by the quality, weight and action of this keyboard. Great for this price!
Anyone know where I can find the K70 RGB Lux Cherry MX Brown for cheaper?
very nice
habz786
RogueS
habz786
So i bought this from Amazon last week at £63...whats the chances that they'll refund me the difference if i decide to keep the one theyve sold me because I've found a cheaper price?
I've tried doing that with a couple of products from amazon when they themselves have lowered the price of something days after I bought it. I was eventually forced to return the product and at the same time order a new one, just to get the lower price.
If you don't want to be without a keyboard for a couple of days you could order this from pcworld and just return the one they send, unopened to amazon

Ah, thanks for your help! Ive already opened it and used it. Guess I'll leave it...if only i had waited another week.


Hi mate, he means order it from pc world and then send the one you get from pc world back to Amazon not the one you got from Amazon :D
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LG 49UH620V 4K UHD HDR TV now £319.00 @ Currys Pc world

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Spotted this morning, seriously tempted to upgrade my old Samsung now, free delivery too. Read More
Spotted this morning, seriously tempted to upgrade my old Samsung now, free delivery too.
AnonAnonAgain Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago95 Comments
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Bought the 55' Samsung, missed this one
anyone else getting motion blur when watching a blu ray on the cinema picture setting?
Tallyho
JayITFC
Anyone found a preferred viewing mode or settings for best picture settings?

I have been tweaking with HDR ( medium ) & ISF Dark Room, both look great.

What an utter bargain this was for those who got it.


Can't believe I actually didn't get one myself now I'm stuck with no bargain TV available to buy
That's right fellas, rub it in!!:(
ordered and picked it up thursday, great tv at a fantastic price, thanks Anon
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HP OfficeJet Pro 8715 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax £99.99 @ PCWorld

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The printer has a £25 cashback from HP and you get 2 years instant ink for 100 sheets a month or 50 sheets a month for 3 years worth £75 it also comes with a 3 year HP guarantee (it says it on the box… Read More
The printer has a £25 cashback from HP and you get 2 years instant ink for 100 sheets a month or 50 sheets a month for 3 years worth £75 it also comes with a 3 year HP guarantee (it says it on the box…
Higuys Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago2 Comments
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I have just picked one of these up from PC World. Everything is as described! In fact its better, because if you ask them to apply the HP10 code at the checkout, you get a 10% discount too (Offer ends 02/05/2017). This deal in its entirety totally negates the price of the printer. What a deal!
Higuys

The printer has a £25 cashback from HP and you get 2 years instant ink for 100 sheets a month or 50 sheets a month for 3 years worth £75 it also comes with a 3 year HP guarantee (it says it on the box) not the description
Forgot to mention £5 Quidco
I don't understand why is this so cold.
To me it's better then all other on going printer deals.
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HP Deskjet 3636 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer + 2 Months free Instant Ink trial + Free Delivery or Collect from Store - £22.49 @ PC World

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Lowest I have found on the web, looks a cracking deal with 2 months free instant ink trial + free click and collect or free delivery to your home. Oh and 1% TCB too!! Read More
Lowest I have found on the web, looks a cracking deal with 2 months free instant ink trial + free click and collect or free delivery to your home. Oh and 1% TCB too!!
rp83 Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago16 Comments
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i just bought this i also got 3 years warranty with it .
Bumped up the price to £29.99 now. Better off getting the HP Office Jet 3831 for £30.99 on Amazon. Comes with a 2 year warranty and has better features.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-OfficeJet-Printer-Instant-Compatible/dp/B01F7US1JO

Says 1 to 2 month delivery time though. Can be purchased from Argos but at £34.99.

Edited By: fes37 on Apr 13, 2017 08:22
You can get an extra 2 month free of instant ink trial by using the general code FREEINK and finding a referral code
rimz790
what is the best resolution for scanning passports for eg to look 1:1? I want buy a cheap solution for scanning and backing up personal documents and things like passports...


300DPI
trd
Would rather keep using my 15 year old 940 series, but the trusty stalwart won't work unless it's connected via Windows. I'd rather pay £20 for HP to make drivers for new platforms than buy this thing!!


An USB print server could be a solution. If you have a USB port on your router or have an old router with an USB port look up the specs. It will make a network printer that is supported by most operating systems.
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Steelseries M800 Apex Mechanical Keyboard - £49.97 instore @ PC World Swansea

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Spotted this in pcworld morfa swansea, Amazon are selling it for £99.99. The premium Apex M800 is the world’s fastest and most programmable mechanical gaming keyboard. Designed for long gaming sess… Read More
Spotted this in pcworld morfa swansea, Amazon are selling it for £99.99. The premium Apex M800 is the world’s fastest and most programmable mechanical gaming keyboard. Designed for long gaming sess…
swanseajack Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago11 Comments
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nathan3007
https://media.steelseriescdn.com/filer_public_thumbnails/filer_public/1c/6d/1c6d31b2-1a84-4297-a5f8-49715c3df659/apex-m-800-top.png__952x800_q85_subsampling-2.png
Bit better picture ^
Still £133 on steelseries website, I've put the product page link below if anyone wants more details as I can't seem to find it on Curryshttps://steelseries.com/gaming-keyboards/apex-m800
When I click on that link, I get the following error:

"hotukdeals.digidip.net is blocked

Requests to the server have been blocked by an extension.
Try disabling your extensions.
ERR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT"

Anyone else getting the same?
Do these not use cherry mx's? What do these compare to?
I use this KB, love it..heat!
Mechanical keyboard at this price? :) from me!
johnthehuman
willww
Had the non mechanical version of this and ended up selling to a friend. It is huge, and the diagonal keys just felt weird.
"diagonal" keys? What are they? oO

Whoops, I was referring to the old model which they seemed to have removed judging from the pictures above.
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ROCCAT KONE XTD Laser Gaming Mouse, £24.97 at PC World/Currys

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Worth that much, free click and collect. High accuracy laser sensor with adjustable dpi up to 8200 and a Tracking and Distance Control Unit (TDCU) for superior precision on any surface • 32-bit… Read More
Worth that much, free click and collect. High accuracy laser sensor with adjustable dpi up to 8200 and a Tracking and Distance Control Unit (TDCU) for superior precision on any surface • 32-bit…
zed68 Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago3 Comments
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Tried it, really didn't like the ergonomics, and installing the software was a pain in the butt.
Nice find OP, heat from me.
Great mouse for that price heat from me
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nintendo switch with Pro Controller, Breath of the Wild and Switch Starter set for £409.99 @ PC World

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only place with it in stock, bundle offer etc. discounted quite a lot, over £200 so go wild your welcome bundle: zelda, pro controller and starter kit Read More
only place with it in stock, bundle offer etc. discounted quite a lot, over £200 so go wild your welcome bundle: zelda, pro controller and starter kit
pokedude4 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago45 Comments
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sigh :(
so i guess there is a post that can go just as cold as a justin bieber one
Marcoos
We all keep checking back to see how cold it will go aren't we
yep. coldest deal i have seen in a looooooooooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnng time
We all keep checking back to see how cold it will go aren't we
Coldest deal I've ever seen on HUKD- and in that short time too :|
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Wacom Intuos Pro Small Graphics Tablet for £59.97 Online and Instore at Currys PC World

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I found this in Wolverhampton Currys / PC World and it is priced to clear so they may be few and far between, but the price is a national price. There is also stock available online. These are for sal… Read More
I found this in Wolverhampton Currys / PC World and it is priced to clear so they may be few and far between, but the price is a national price. There is also stock available online. These are for sal…
mangomonkey Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago14 Comments
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Just popped into the High Street Kensington branch on the off chance and they offered me the display model (Wacom pro small) for half the ticket price (29.98) but unfortunately without the pen, power supply or anything else so I passed. The staff member took it to the ground floor clearance area if anyone is passing that store and fancies it.
Think I'll get a Huion.
Great deal, if only I saw it a week ago instead of now.. :P
No, that's the 'photo' version. The Pro version has double the pressure levels, more express keys and a touch ring, and tilt sensitivity.
Received my medium today. Of course, I would have rather paid £95 at the even more discounted rate, but the £130 I paid is still a great price for the tablet.
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Free Google play music for 3 Months when you purchase Google home for £129.99 - PCWorld

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Google home with 3 months free Google play music. PC world seems to be the only company offering free stuff with it. available to order from 06/04/2017 Read More
Google home with 3 months free Google play music. PC world seems to be the only company offering free stuff with it. available to order from 06/04/2017
doe83 Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago15 Comments
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Don't Google offer this direct with 3 months Google Play Music?
browneyone
stores have these but they aren't currently allowing reserve and collect for some reason.
Argos is in Exeter anyhow :Dhttp://www.argos.co.uk/product/6838331
stores have these but they aren't currently allowing reserve and collect for some reason.
Alansmithee
catcalledmorris
bilbob
Not sure I want Google feeding me ads all over my house either...
I'll stick with Alexa.
it doesn't.
they have already experimented with add in US - only a matter of time as it is their core business model.

It wasn't an advert, just a misinterpreted reminder.
catcalledmorris
bilbob
Not sure I want Google feeding me ads all over my house either...
I'll stick with Alexa.


it doesn't.


they have already experimented with add in US - only a matter of time as it is their core business model.
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Xbox One S 500GB, FIFA 17 & Wireless Controller (Blue, Black or White) Bundle £209.99 @ PC World

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Can got the same deal from John Lewis for £10 extra and 2 years' guarantee.
Not bad at all, equivalent to the Argos deal with battlefield.
Nice find op.
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GLITCH on Trade in for Samsung Tab A6 @ PC World

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Stumbled across this glitch/mistake in their T & C's. Pc World/Curry's currently have a Trade in Offer on this Samsung Galaxy Tab A6....you can Trade in some old/broken tablets and receive the m… Read More
Stumbled across this glitch/mistake in their T & C's. Pc World/Curry's currently have a Trade in Offer on this Samsung Galaxy Tab A6....you can Trade in some old/broken tablets and receive the m…
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4 out of my 5 new tablets arrived at dads house so far, I traded in a mixture of working and non working 24 old tablets in total
Well done to you and others who managed to get this


You can still trade in old tablets inc cracked screens but they've changed the terms so only one voucher per transaction.
Now you can choose tonne really cheeky and return your unused brand new tablet in order to get a refund onto a standard gift card!!
I could end up with a free iPad Pro or a new tv etc etc
bilal101
4 out of my 5 new tablets arrived at dads house so far, I traded in a mixture of working and non working 24 old tablets in total
Well done to you and others who managed to get this
4 out of my 5 new tablets arrived at dads house so far, I traded in a mixture of working and non working 24 old tablets in total
Trade in any tablet & get up to £100 off this product

Trade in available in store and for Reserve and Collect orders only. Not available for Home Delivery orders.

Now showing as this on the website.

Edited By: sunriser on Mar 31, 2017 10:29
sunriser
Has anyone traded in tablets with cracked screens?


They wouldn't take my son's tablet with cracked screen as trade-in but all other's were fine.

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.

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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.

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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:

  1. You can return any items you bought to a PC World or Currys store.
  2. Call PC World Knowhow on 0344 5611234 and arrange a free product collection.
  3. Email your order number and request a product collection at [email protected].

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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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
United Kingdom

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