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HP 250 G5 @ SaveOnLaptops (256GB SSD, i3-5005, 4GB) - £282.97

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Seems a good deal for a i3 with a 256GB SSD. www.cpubenchmark.net : Intel Core i3-5005U Specifications Processor Intel® Core™ i3-5005U Dual Core (2GHz, 3MB Cache) Screen 15.6" (1366 x 768 HD…
sheppio Avatar1w, 12h agoFound 1 week, 12 hours ago16 Comments
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Not 1080, no optical drive, 4gb ram, i3 not i5 and even then it's a gen5 version... we're currently on 7. You can get a lot more for an extra £100 or so if you look around.

Not a lot going for this one for me!

Edited By: blackspaven on Nov 29, 2016 22:40
Still in the market for a laptop, so sad I missed the John Lewis deal from earlier. 8GB RAM, Windows 10, i3 CPU, SSD (whatever size) for £250ish and I'll pull the trigger.
sheppio
thekanester
I considered this today for my son's Christmas, but the lack of full HD (he uses lots of music software with tons of windows open, so more pixels is good in that particular case), and the 5005u made me choose the Lenovo 510 over this one. This one will definitely feel way faster than the Lenovo, because of the SSD, but I will upgrade the SSD.
This is still a cracking deal though, and worthy of heat.
Check out link in comment #2 for full HD. Only another £7, but no option for extended warranty.

Yeah, I saw that later on. And THAT deal was a corker too. The thing that clinched it for me was that it is possible to upgrade the drive to an SSD, but not the CPU from 5005u to 6100u. The CPU appears to benchmark about 30% faster and the GPU about 50% faster, if you compare the rough PassMark figures, which I concede isn't the whole truth.

But I wouldn't knock anyone for getting either of the HP machines, because they're good value for money - and I'd consider them for myself certainly.
Gotgot the i5 version of this machine with the 128ssd greatvmachine and paid same price as here from tesco earlier this year.
thekanester
I considered this today for my son's Christmas, but the lack of full HD (he uses lots of music software with tons of windows open, so more pixels is good in that particular case), and the 5005u made me choose the Lenovo 510 over this one. This one will definitely feel way faster than the Lenovo, because of the SSD, but I will upgrade the SSD.
This is still a cracking deal though, and worthy of heat.

Check out link in comment #2 for full HD. Only another £7, but no option for extended warranty.
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Medion Akoya E6415 i3-5005U 4GB DDR3 RAM 1000GB HDD £229.00 @ Saveonlaptops

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Medion Akoya E6415 Intel® Core™ i3-5005U Dual Core Processor 15.6" HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 4GB DDR3 RAM 1000GB HDD DVD Rewriter Integrated Graphics USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth
pgs79 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago1 Comment
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Good find!
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Massively Discounted Laptops such as MSI GL62 6QD-408UK for 699.97 @ saveonlaptops

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Fantastic Deals http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/blackfriday Good example: MSI GL62 6QD-408UK Gaming Laptop only £699.97 Intel Core i7-6700HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Wind…
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Black Friday Lenovo Ideapad Y700 i7/GTX960M/16GB/256GB SSD @saveonlaptops.co.uk £699.97

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Edit: Looks like it has sold out so the price is no longer showing but they have added an MSI one which I've bought http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/9S7-16J612-408-MSI-GL62-6QD-408UK_1955707.html
tdbih Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago47 Comments
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For info on extra Sata cable see here https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles_pub/ideapad_y700-15_17isk_15acz_touch-15isk_hmm_201510.pdf
Part number 5C10k25544 seems only available at right price from states unfortunately if you google it you will find u tube installation video.
Zeberdy

Let us know if you find somewhere affordable to buy that cable! I think for £40 it's not worth it at all
OK for info any Y700 buyers after checking my warranty at lenovo com by entering serial number and finding it only had 159 days left had online chat with Tech support who were very helpful and explained initially set at manufacturing date whilst in chat uploaded receipt and they updated it there and then. asked about 3 year extended warranty that is listed on website at £62 so cheaper than via Box.co.uk and confirmed this includes collection and dispatch shipping given that the European repair center for these is in Germany seems a no brainer.

For info on extra Sata cable see here https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles_pub/ideapad_y700-15_17isk_15acz_touch-15isk_hmm_201510.pdf

Part number 5C10k25544 seems only available at right price from states unfortunately if you google it you will find u tube installation video.

Merry Xmas with your new toy

Zeberdy

Edited By: zeberdys on Dec 01, 2016 13:29
zeberdys
I almost went the HP Omen but did not like the reviews on the screen flickering at anything over 50% brightness.
The screen on the lenovo is amazing you will be happy just need to source the missing cable to drop in a 750SSD another deal !!
Let me know what you think when you get it.
Awesome! How easy is it to source that cable? Probably something I'll do in the near future when I can recoup some funds
I almost went the HP Omen but did not like the reviews on the screen flickering at anything over 50% brightness.

The screen on the lenovo is amazing you will be happy just need to source the missing cable to drop in a 750SSD another deal !!

Let me know what you think when you get it.
zeberdys
Check your warranty start date at Lenovo web site mine started in March so need to get that changed seems nice unit any comments ??
Hopefully getting mine today. The only thing that's been bugging me is this deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-omen-15-ax002na-intel-core-i7-6700hq-8gb-ddr4-ram-1tb-hdd-128gb-ssd-15-6-inch-2561273?p=29328572 for the 965m (slightly better). But tbh, it has less ram smaller SSD and is a little more expensive - probably not worth the hassle.

Thanks for the tip on the warranty
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HP CORE i3 Laptop with 250GB SSD at Saveonlaptops for £289.97

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Seems like a very good deal for a Core i3 with 250gb SSD and solid enough battery life of between 5-6hours
darrenspencer92 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago15 Comments
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edwardo1973
Last comment was aimed at jamsammy...
Tyvm
Looks like it's back in stock
ladaowner
Hd = 60 to 120 minutes boot time. SSD boot time less than 10 seconds.

three years ago i timed my old 7200rpm hard drive before cloning to for an ssd,

time from motherboard screen too anti-virus icon appearing:

hhd = 48 seconds

ssd = 15 seconds

with how cheap they are now there`s no excuse not to have one.
Hd = 60 to 120 minutes boot time. SSD boot time less than 10 seconds.
Last comment was aimed at jamsammy...
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Medion Erazer P6661 laptop - 15.6 FHD, i7-6500U, 256GB SSD + 1TB, 8GB, gtx950m graphics for £649.97 @ saveonlaptops

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spec looks quite good for price. Medion Erazer P6661 Intel Core i7-6500U Dual Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR3 RAM 256GB SSD + 1000GB HDD DVD
acaize Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago10 Comments
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It's on even par with core i5 6300hq check the cpU Boss. Performance Only A tiny Bit Worse And Much Less Likely To Overheat
Hmmm, only dual core and the graphics card is good but not brilliant. Not convinced that this is a particularly good deal, I'll wait to see what comes out on Black Friday.......
opps. my bad. wrong processor. :p
would be better if had i5 6300hq
parkz
mojo5110
MonsterGlobe
Been looking for a full HD 15.6 laptop with i5 or better + 8GB + some SSD and this seems a good deal. I want it for general work but also for photo editing (my i3 4GB 14" is just a little too small and getting too slow).
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This is a dual core i7 for all people looking at this. So don't buy this for the cpu or the gpu.


its not dual core it has 4 cores. and id definatly buy it for the cpu and gpu. ​The powerful Intel® Core™ i7-6500U 6th-generation processor with Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and up to 3.1 GHz, Windows 10 Home and the NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 950M graphics card


​it's dual core :D
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Lenovo i3-5005U 15" Laptop Windows 10, 128GB SSD, 4GB RAM, HDMI - £269.97 delivered @ saveonlaptops

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Not a bad price for a decently powerful budget laptop with an SSD. Lenovo B50-50 Intel® Core™ i3-5005U Dual Core Processor 15.6" HD Screen Windows 10 Home 64-bit 4GB DDR3 RAM 128GB SSD DVD Re…
Lupeto Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago36 Comments
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i need a laptop that will run League of Legends at decent FPS . pls link
280 now.. pff
Looked up this company on Trust Pilot and they didn't have v good reviews.
BTShop have it at the same price and much better reviews on Trust Pilot so I'm hoping that in the event of any probs with the laptop it won't go too badly.
Years ago I swore to have nothing to do with BT ever again but you can't win em all.
Sorry, thought I had written something! Just wanted to say thanks for the info.
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Medion Erazer X7841 17.3" Full HD IPS Laptop, GTX 970m - £899.97 @ saveonlaptops

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GTX 970m, 17.3" Full HD LED backlight IPS display but with no G-Sync. Slim aluminium chassis and pretty light (2.3 Kg). It comes also with 128 GB SSD. If only it had faster HDD as well (only 5400 rp…
inginaut Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago2 Comments
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Looks great but 17 inches. Way too big for me.
best going for new laptops with the new gtx1060
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Entry level gaming laptop 17" MSI GL72 6QC-024UK - Saveonlaptops.co.uk - £699.97

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Ok I thought this looked like a reasonable entry level gaming laptop. 17inch screen, I know it does not have an SSD, but decent amount of RAM plus the hard drive looks pretty decent. If you have see…
Lawlost Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago17 Comments
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it will be play games but not very well its using old a old card

and its only 2GB
ItsADeal_ItsASteal
Out of interest would a 940 / 950 graphics card make much difference compared to the onboard of an I5 6200 / 6300 for the purpose of rendering photos? Not interested in the gaming side.

No, the integrated 520 of the Intel will do just fine for loading up photos to look at as it's more than powerful enough. If you have no use for the dedicated graphics then all it becomes is something that makes the machine more expensive and uses more battery. The only time a dedicated card will benefit you is if you use programs that will need the graphics card or can make use of it to speed up what they do.
Out of interest would a 940 / 950 graphics card make much difference compared to the onboard of an I5 6200 / 6300 for the purpose of rendering photos? Not interested in the gaming side.
just don't understand why this is classed a gaming laptop
it isn't
it is a waste of a lot of money
Lawlost
Astec123
Op I've added the actual specifications which is what's going to make people want to vote on it.
Not sure I'd really want to opt for this myself as the 940MX can only be considered playable at 1280x720 resolution at low detail settings for games like, Fallout 4, Batman: Arkham Knight, Just Cause 3, Far Cry Primal, The Division and Need for Speed 2016. So it's really entry level and frankly that it will struggle to play modern games from the last 12 months makes it seem a poor deal. http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-940MX.156033.0.html
Same laptop is available cheaper herehttp://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/msi-gl72-6qc-024uk-core-i5-6300hq-12gb-1tb-hdd-nvidia-geforce-gt-940mx-2gb-9s7-179675-024/version.asphttp://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/acer-aspire-v5-591g-intel-core-i7-6300hq-8gb-1tb-8gb-ssd-hybrid-nvidia-gef-nx.g5wek.002/version.asp
950m for less money than this deal seems a better proposition too.
Appreciate all comments genuinely looking to see what I can find just to clarify the ones you posted are the same laptop but this one has 16GB DDR4 RAM, as opposed to 8 and 12, plus this has a bag and mouse, not that they would clinch it (_;)

8, 12 or 16gb of RAM that you can upgrade later.

Graphics card which you can't

I know where I'd spend my money.

Lawlost
Seeing the cold votes coming in, can someone post something of a similar price with better specs, I really am wanting to get something around this price mark and spec?

See above regarding why this isn't a good deal. Adding things later to bring a machine up to speed is better than having those things and something you can never change without buying something else entirely. This really isn't a great deal for what you are getting and as has been mentioned, gaming is a push for it at HD ready resolutions. It will struggle/not play many 2016 titles at 720p which really defeats the point of it. When you can get 950m cards for the same money it's a no brainer to get a machine that will perform somewhat better, then add the RAM/SSD etc down the line when you've got a bit more cash.

Edited By: Astec123 on Aug 27, 2016 21:36
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GTX1070m MSI GT62VR 6RE(Dominator Pro)-023UK £1,999.97 @ Saveonlaptops

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Specifications Processor Intel Core i7-6700HQ Quad Core (2.6GHz, 6MB Cache, Intel Turbo Boost Up To 3.5GHz) Screen 15.6" (1920x1080 Full HD Resolution) Operating System Microsof…
miaomiaobaubau Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago19 Comments
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tommy6000009
Wow, great specs. Does it double up as a radiator?

Yes, heats up faster than a standard radiator too.
Looks like this is the standard launch price - 2p difference on scan.co.uk :
https://www.scan.co.uk/products/156-msi-gt62vr-6re(dominator-pro)-023-fhd-i7-6700hq-16gb-ddr4-256gb-m2-pcie-ssdplus1tb-hdd-8gb-gtx-1

2p in £2000 isn't really good enough to qualify as a hot deal!

Edited By: Spod on Aug 17, 2016 14:43
Wow, great specs. Does it double up as a radiator?
The graphic card is gtx 1070 not gtx1070m
bobo53
vmistery
bobo53
adrianjowitt
Two grand yet they offer you an external optical drive for thirty quid more. Surely at this price point they could include it lol
same but with bluray writer:http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/9S7-178511-040-MSI-GT72VR-6RE(Dominator-Pro)-040UK_1983659.html
vmistery
Considering you can get a 970m laptop for £1k less I don't see the value...
not even 1/3 of the gpu power if I am not wrong
Correct but not £900 ish of graphics worth...
these laptops at £1000, were@ £1500 or more 2 years ago. In the next 2 years and next gpu version, we will be here mentioning the exactly same thing. I personally consider the newer one a bargain proportionally to the price it was when the gtx970m came out. Saying so, I am not a laptop gaming man and obviously I would spend that money on a super desktop pc instead.


​agreed would be better as a desktop cheaper ect but someone who travels and like to game i can see these selling to that group
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MSI GS70 2QE(Stealth Pro)-263UK on I7 4720hq, GTX 970m 3gb, £799.97 SaveonLaptops.co.uk

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Reduce to CLEAR Intel® Core™ i7-4720HQ Quad Core Processor 17.3" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 8.1 64-bit 8GB DDR3 RAM 128GB SSD + 1000GB HDD Dedicated GeForce GTX 970M 3GB Graphics USB3 |…
Leatherface1 Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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Stallzy
GunMetal
Thanks for this - I wanted a Stealth Pro and was looking for the past 2 weeks. Nothing under £1000 came up except the red one did at about £900 - I wasn't keen enough on the colour. I bought this yesterday after seeing your post.
any updates?

I have one now - in fact, I'm replying using it right now. I love it. Powerful, quiet when not gaming, looks amazing, comes with a nice good quality case the sound is the best I've heard on a laptop.
GunMetal
Thanks for this - I wanted a Stealth Pro and was looking for the past 2 weeks. Nothing under £1000 came up except the red one did at about £900 - I wasn't keen enough on the colour. I bought this yesterday after seeing your post.
any updates?
Reduced to clear ? Well they must have changed their mind and got some more in at £999.97 ?
Pascal architecture will provide a significant leap in teraflops, the jump will be noticeable in performance.

This is good value for the specifications listed as the new laptops will be double the price at launch.

If you want to save more money, you are better off going for micro-ATX or a mini-ITX cube case. You can upgrade with every generation and it will provide much better cooling options.


Edited By: Synth on Aug 12, 2016 17:42
Thanks for this - I wanted a Stealth Pro and was looking for the past 2 weeks. Nothing under £1000 came up except the red one did at about £900 - I wasn't keen enough on the colour. I bought this yesterday after seeing your post.
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HP 250 G5 i3-5005U 4GB 256GB SSD £359.97 @ Saveonlaptops

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NEW Intel® Core™ i3-5005U Dual Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Windows 7+10 Professional Edition 64-bit 4GB DDR3 RAM 256GB SSD
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superfreddy
Cold. The 128GB is £249

I do not think so dude. It is quite a difference between FHD and HD.
Cold. The 128GB is £249
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HP ProBook 455 G3, 4GB RAM £300, 8GB RAM £320 - £299.97 @ Saveonlaptops

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This is cheapest price i have seen this laptop for, plus you can upgrade to 8GB RAM for £20 extra which i think is a fantastic deal PLUS free logitech mouse. Specifications Processor AMD A8-7410 Q…
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If i bought the 8GB RAM deal do you think it would come with 2 x 4GB RAM or 1 x 8GB RAM?

Just phoned up the shop and the guy said that it would come with 2 x 4GB RAM,
So personally i think i would get the 4GB RAM version for £300, then buy the 8GB RAM below to have a 12GB RAM machine for just under £335.

From this website https://www.mrmemory.co.uk/memory-ram-upgrades/hp/probook/455-g3 you can get 8GB RAM for this model for £34.50.


Edited By: smokenlazer on Aug 08, 2016 11:36: Update
Specifications
Processor AMD A8-7410 Quad Core (2.2GHz, 2MB Cache, AMD Turbo Up To 2.5GHz)
Screen 15.6" (HP BrightView LCD, 1366 x 768 HD 16:9 Screen)
Operating System Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit (with Windows 10 Professional 64bit License & Restore Provided)
RAM 4GB (DDR3 1600MHZ)
Hard Drive 500GB (7200 RPM)
Optical Drive DVD Rewriter (Records DVDs 8x & CDs 24x & Dual Layer Super Multi)
Graphics Integrated (AMD Radeon R5 Series Graphics)
Wireless LAN Wireless (802.11b/g/n Wireless)
Network Card 10/100/1000 Gigabit Fast Ethernet
Integrated Webcam Integrated Webcam with Microphone
Card Reader SD Card Reader
USB Ports 2x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
Speakers Integrated Sound System
VGA Port 1 External VGA Port
Kensington Lock Kensington lock slot
Charge Time 2.5 Hours
HDMI Port 1 x HDMI Port
Warranty HP 12 Month Collect & Return Warranty (View More Information)
Battery Life 3-4 Hours (up to 4 hours with power management)
Weight 2-3 Kg (This Model 2.3Kg)
Finger Print Reader Finger Print Reader
Product Type Laptop
Keyboard Type Laptop Keyboard
Colour Silver
You forgot to mention the free Logitech mouse. Value is king, so I think it's worth mentioning in the original post for those that don't click through.
The CPU is just OK. 8GB is plenty. The best thing about it is the Window 7 installation. Although even that assumes Microsoft have stopped messing around with Windows Updates.
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ASUS G751JT-T7250H £799.99 @ Saveonlaptops - The cheapest online laptop

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I know its been posted but the price now is even better, grab your bargain. Very high spec, its nothing to add anymore, very tempted
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ludzik
dt_matthews
It doesnt have gigabit ethernet, that is bonkers, I mean just how little would that cost the manufacturer to add.
The description is incorrect mate, it HAS gigabit ethernet, I just checked on mine- it has Realtek GBE interface.
It would be stupid not to include that in high spec laptop.
And wireless effortlessly achieves full 200mbit i have from VirginMedia too, thanks to 'ac' standard
Edit- just to add- the laptop boots up in 4 seconds thanks to UEFI bios, as I said- on wireless its as good as on wire, the graphic card is much more efficient than my desktop's 660GTX and the quality is better than MSI gaming laptops that have similar prices.
Actually, the quality is better than 99.9% of all laptops on the market.
But...I paid 1200 pounds few months ago...for appr 800 pounds it's a steal
your desktop gtx660 is better or equal at worse than the gtx970m, you should change the CPU possibly on the desktop because must be very weak, tell me what you got and might help to verify. On the other hand the cpu of this laptop is strong hence the better performance of the gtx970m
dt_matthews
It doesnt have gigabit ethernet, that is bonkers, I mean just how little would that cost the manufacturer to add.
The description is incorrect mate, it HAS gigabit ethernet, I just checked on mine- it has Realtek GBE interface.
It would be stupid not to include that in high spec laptop.
And wireless effortlessly achieves full 200mbit i have from VirginMedia too, thanks to 'ac' standard
Edit- just to add- the laptop boots up in 4 seconds thanks to UEFI bios, as I said- on wireless its as good as on wire, the graphic card is much more efficient than my desktop's 660GTX and the quality is better than MSI gaming laptops that have similar prices.
Actually, the quality is better than 99.9% of all laptops on the market.
But...I paid 1200 pounds few months ago...for appr 800 pounds it's a steal


Edited By: ludzik on Jul 31, 2016 09:55
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On topic, it's expired at that price.
bobo53
5Rivers79
Can this max out graphics on something like battlefield or doom?
absolutely not unless on very low settings. The gpu is less than an equivalent of the gtx660
I had a gtx 870m, 970m and I maxed out most games at 40-60fps
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Muffinss
Why not build your own PC? You'll save hundreds.
Every part you buy will have some kind of warranty so that's no big deal.
Also a 980 Ti is gonna lose performance pretty fast in DX12 and Vulkan games which are basically the future.
I'd personally go for an i5 + AIB RX 480.
will probably cost around £650-700
​Why will a 980ti lose performance in dx12 and vulcan?
will not, thing are improving with drivers and NVidia is always been far better GPU with fewer problems, get a gtx1070 better
Muffinss
Why not build your own PC? You'll save hundreds.
Every part you buy will have some kind of warranty so that's no big deal.

Also a 980 Ti is gonna lose performance pretty fast in DX12 and Vulkan games which are basically the future.

I'd personally go for an i5 + AIB RX 480.
will probably cost around £650-700


​Why will a 980ti lose performance in dx12 and vulcan?
Will run every game at ultra graphics at 1080p and most at 1440p as well.
Why not build your own PC? You'll save hundreds.
Every part you buy will have some kind of warranty so that's no big deal.

Also a 980 Ti is gonna lose performance pretty fast in DX12 and Vulkan games which are basically the future.

I'd personally go for an i5 + AIB RX 480.
will probably cost around £650-700
5Rivers79
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5Rivers79
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5Rivers79
How does this laptop stand up to a i76700? Or one with a 980m graphics card? Ive always had consoles but now looking into pc gaming.


​buy desktop not a laptop. around £1000 and you can get i5 6690k which is best i5 that performs as good as i7's but it's much cheaper. you can also get 980Ti 6GB which was 2nd best card out there before 1000 series came out. 16GB RAM, 5 additional fans and 3 yrs warranty


​Any links please?


​type in i5 6690k 980Ti in eBay.. it's in zalman case


​Have seen a i7 with 980ti for 1089 on ebay. Would that be something to go for?


​ No, you can get better. You also want an i5, no point spending extra on the i7. If your not yo sure exactly what you need, go to a company like Novatech, Dino pc etc and ask them what they'd recommend.
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HP 250 G5 i5 8GB RAM 256 GB SSD £422.97 at Saveonlaptops £407.97

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I thought this was a reasonable deal but will wait for HUKD community to guide me before buying this laptop. A review is available here http://impressivenotebook.com/hp-250-g5-x9u07utaba-laptop-review…
nhskbhatia003 Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago14 Comments
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The site is funny. Ignore the cold votes. Everyone in life has an opinion.
Posted the exact same laptop with exact same specs from ebuyer for 399 and went freezing cold.
Free bull guard security with the laptop now as well. Deal keeps getting sweeter.
http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/BullGuard-Internet-Security-RRP-£39.95--_1749638.html
£407.97 now
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Asus G751 17" Gaming Laptop I7 GTX 970M £899.00 @ Saveonlaptops

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Its a slightly older model but this is a solid price for a 17" gaming laptop. Intel® Core™ i7-4750HQ Quad Core Processor 17.3" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 8.1 64-bit 16GB DDR3 RAM 128GB SS…
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arnold.rimmer
Madness to get this with the 1060m out soon which blows the 970m out the water, the leaked specs show it has a lower clockrate desktop 1060.

I am actually holding out for a 1060m laptop, I was sorely tempted by this but the time isnt right for me. However there are some things to keep in mind.
This is a good deal if you need a laptop right now.
The 1060m isn't out yet, we don't know how much it will cost.
Apparently its based on a desktop chip, it may have heat or throttling issues.
The G751 is a nice package too, if you value a nice machine and saving a few quid over raw performance I think its not a bad bet.

I remember when there were a rash of cheap r9 290x cards on sale for a great price, loads of detractors were saying to hold out for the 390 series which would blow them away. In the end it turned out the 390 was a rebadge with more ram and the cheap 290s disappeared.
arnold.rimmer
Madness to get this with the 1060m out soon which blows the 970m out the water, the leaked specs show it has a lower clockrate desktop 1060.

Well, it isn't madness for those that want a cheaper laptop & either do not want to pay a premium for the high end graphics chipset, or do not care either way.
Madness to get this with the 1060m out soon which blows the 970m out the water, the leaked specs show it has a lower clockrate desktop 1060.

Edited By: arnold.rimmer on Jul 21, 2016 13:02
can anyone tell me how this will run with the new wow legion coming out
Incognitoso
Yes all parameter very good if we compare price for parts and price Yes I do agree that ...
But gaming laptop ? I mean laptop in the first place for gaming - just pure my opinion is little strange ?
why you want bulky and heavy laptop if you can use as portable laptop ? I mean are you will be taking 17 inch laptop for holidays ? or traveling ? or else ?
So if laptop will be on the deck all the time is it not become desktop PC ?
Yes it is slim and still portable compare to desktop PC but that all
GTX 970 vs xbox one s or PS4 what the difference same games same experience
But price for PS4 just 200 + where gaming laptop 900
anyway maybe I become old and my view changes still you need SSD for gaming so this laptop have 1000 GB HDD wich will be very slow to load games need to replace to SSD at least 512 GB £160-200 add to laptop price
Some people travel a fair (for work for example) requiring them to stay away from home for a number of days/weeks. In that case it's great as you don't have to lug around your desktop PC and can easily place this in the room where you're staying.

Doesn't make sense for everyone but there are those for whom it makes perfect sense.
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Asus Versa Sleeve Carrying Case for 7-inch Tablets - 4 Colours 79P + £4.95 P&P @ Saveonlaptops

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HP 250 G4 Intel Core i5-6200U 4GB RAM 128GB SSD £299.97 (Free Mouse) @ Saveonlaptops

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Intel Core i5-6200U Dual Core Processor 15.6" HD Screen Windows 10 Home 64-bit 4GB DDR3 RAM 128GB SSD DVD Rewriter Integrated Graphics USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth Firmware TPM
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My old acer has just died, so looking for a possible new laptop (at the right price).
The i5 one has gone up as mentioned, but they have the same machine with the i3-5005U processor (same RAM and SSD) for £269.97http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/T6P52EAABU-HP-250-G4_1876388.html
Worth it for £60 less than the i5? (at current prices)
Will use it for general internet, and maybe AutoCAD/Revit software for work.
That's £249 at Tesco Direct

Cheers for the heads up, hadn't looked on there.
johnson293
My old acer has just died, so looking for a possible new laptop (at the right price).
The i5 one has gone up as mentioned, but they have the same machine with the i3-5005U processor (same RAM and SSD) for £269.97http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/T6P52EAABU-HP-250-G4_1876388.html
Worth it for £60 less than the i5? (at current prices)
Will use it for general internet, and maybe AutoCAD/Revit software for work.

That's £249 at Tesco Direct
johnson293
My old acer has just died, so looking for a possible new laptop (at the right price).

The i5 one has gone up as mentioned, but they have the same machine with the i3-5005U processor (same RAM and SSD) for £269.97

http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/T6P52EAABU-HP-250-G4_1876388.html

Worth it for £60 less than the i5? (at current prices)

Will use it for general internet, and maybe AutoCAD/Revit software for work.



Not a huge performance jump between the I3 and i5 options with this laptop. Both would handle Revit just about
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My old acer has just died, so looking for a possible new laptop (at the right price).

The i5 one has gone up as mentioned, but they have the same machine with the i3-5005U processor (same RAM and SSD) for £269.97

http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/T6P52EAABU-HP-250-G4_1876388.html

Worth it for £60 less than the i5? (at current prices)

Will use it for general internet, and maybe AutoCAD/Revit software for work.

Edited By: johnson293 on Jul 18, 2016 16:29
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Acer Revo M1601 - Dual Core Celeron £79.97 Delivered - Saveonlaptops

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Having just brought a similar Revo with a Pentium for £99 from ebuyer http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-revo-m1-601-n3700-quad-core-99-99-ebuyer-2469926 I saw this one slightly cheaper, all be i…
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My experience of celerons, have been not worth the bother.
I have a Gigabyte brix with a Celeron it has been fantastic. Yes them for what they are meant to be used for. Word and surfing the web along with a few movies. They work fantastically.
My laptop i bought a few years back now, grinds to a halt when you ask it to do more than 3 things for it to compute.

Can be allot of variables involved !.
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My experience of celerons, have been not worth the bother.
I have a Gigabyte brix with a Celeron it has been fantastic. Yes them for what they are meant to be used for. Word and surfing the web along with a few movies. They work fantastically.


Snap! My Brix J1900 serves up video as a plex server and works a charm.
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My experience of celerons, have been not worth the bother.
It depends on which one as it varies by generation so not safe to generalise.
The old Celeron 300A was pretty good at 450MHz. :)

BP6 was where it was at ;).
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My experience of celerons, have been not worth the bother.
It depends on which one as it varies by generation so not safe to generalise.
The old Celeron 300A was pretty good at 450MHz. :)
I think it might have been a T4500
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leeparsons
My experience of celerons, have been not worth the bother.
I have a Gigabyte brix with a Celeron it has been fantastic. Yes them for what they are meant to be used for. Word and surfing the web along with a few movies. They work fantastically.
My laptop i bought a few years back now, grinds to a halt when you ask it to do more than 3 things for it to compute.
Does it have a SSD ? :) Makes a world of difference
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