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HP Pavilion 24xw Full HD 23.8" IPS LED Monitor - £89.97 @ Currys (Free C&C)

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Technical specifications for HP Pavilion 24xw Full HD 23.8" IPS LED Monitor SCREEN Screen technology IPS LED Screen size 23.8" Resolution 1920 x 1080 PICTURE QUALITY Viewing angle 178° / 178°
Technical specifications for HP Pavilion 24xw Full HD 23.8" IPS LED Monitor SCREEN Screen technology IPS LED Screen size 23.8" Resolution 1920 x 1080 PICTURE QUALITY Viewing angle 178° / 178°
stec77 Avatar16h, 6m agoFound 16 hours, 6 minutes ago11 Comments
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Yet another Currys clickbait! They should probably be banned from here.

Edited By: lemming3k on Mar 25, 2017 10:09
cold and expired
None within 50 mile radius.
No stock in Leeds
meh, i was looking to sell mine as well, barely used since i got it last on sale, it's a great monitor
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HP Essentials Laptop case and Wireless Mouse £3.99 @ Pc World

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£3.99 @ PC World
Use the getdeal link to get this 15'6 Laptop bag and mouse for £3.99 It is alternately shown on PC world website for £19.99 so possible glitch? Laptop case and not bag - vassy4u ONLY £2.99…
Use the getdeal link to get this 15'6 Laptop bag and mouse for £3.99 It is alternately shown on PC world website for £19.99 so possible glitch? Laptop case and not bag - vassy4u ONLY £2.99…
calibranat Avatar21h, 43m agoFound 21 hours, 43 minutes ago43 Comments
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I ordered this and the mouse isn't working, customer service not being very helpful. Case is good though!
Picked up mine! Magic!
brilliant spot OP. reserved 2 in staples corner - london. colected afer 1 h. even the guy at the counter said it was a glitch. cheers
luvsadealdealdeal
argosextra
luvsadealdealdeal
argosextra
How much was the price in the first place and what is the deal it's showing £19.99 on their website so how do I get this deal
it was £500 but we got it for £3.99
If you can't be honest with yourself then how do you expect to tell me the truth please try to sort yourself out you still have time in your hand it wlll take time for you to recover

let's get this straight - you asked a very stupid question: 'How much was the price in the first place and what is the deal it's showing £19.99 on their website so how do I get this deal'

so we have a deal posted with all that information, yet you can't be bothered to read it, all the information is easy to access and it's not a long thread

no wonder I dismiss you & your stupid question in a throwaway post


Why did you reply to me if it was a stupid question. No one forced you to answer my stupid question wth a stupid answer next time just get lost and don't reply to me it's over between us zilch
argosextra
luvsadealdealdeal
argosextra
How much was the price in the first place and what is the deal it's showing £19.99 on their website so how do I get this deal
it was £500 but we got it for £3.99
If you can't be honest with yourself then how do you expect to tell me the truth please try to sort yourself out you still have time in your hand it wlll take time for you to recover

let's get this straight - you asked a very stupid question: 'How much was the price in the first place and what is the deal it's showing £19.99 on their website so how do I get this deal'

so we have a deal posted with all that information, yet you can't be bothered to read it, all the information is easy to access and it's not a long thread

no wonder I dismiss you & your stupid question in a throwaway post
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HP OfficeJet Pro 8715 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with 2 years instant ink, £25 cashback and 3 year warranty, £99.99 (£74.99 after cashback) @ Currys

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Originally posted by gemgem123 and alu355 but the price has now dropped a further £25 Link to cashback (£25) https://h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/13031/Details/ Link to 3 year wa…
Originally posted by gemgem123 and alu355 but the price has now dropped a further £25 Link to cashback (£25) https://h41201.www4.hp.com/WMCF.Web/uk/en/promotion/13031/Details/ Link to 3 year wa…
zabada Avatar3d, 1h agoFound 3 days, 1 hour ago30 Comments
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Tequila
zabada
Tequila
Inkjet printer is always cold.
sorry, they are just terrible.and I've had a dozen, from every brand.
so why did you keep buying them??
learned my lesson hard way.
I didn't know it's the technology that is flawed, so kept buying different ones over a decade.
once I bought my first laser printer,I was instantly and indefinitely relieved.
they are SO MUCH better and hassle free ,reliable option for 90% of users.
I guess it depends what one uses a printer for. I am sure laser one are better, but for everyday general printing of documents, schoolwork, boarding passes, etc, an inkjet one works fine for me.
zabada
Tequila
Inkjet printer is always cold.
sorry, they are just terrible.and I've had a dozen, from every brand.
so why did you keep buying them??
learned my lesson hard way.
I didn't know it's the technology that is flawed, so kept buying different ones over a decade.
once I bought my first laser printer,I was instantly and indefinitely relieved.
they are SO MUCH better and hassle free ,reliable option for 90% of users.
Tequila
Inkjet printer is always cold.
sorry, they are just terrible.and I've had a dozen, from every brand.
so why did you keep buying them??
Inkjet printer is always cold.
sorry, they are just terrible.and I've had a dozen, from every brand.
GadgetHunter
This offer comes with 100 pages per month for free. Can you upgrade it to the 300 pages per month plan?
When you set up the initial trial you can select 300 pages. Once the first few months trial ends and you start using the £74 credit, you can leave it on 300 pages, but the £74 credit will obviously be used up more quickly, or downgrade to 100 pages (or even 50 pages). When downgrading, it will be effective from the next billing cycle (while upgrades are effective immediately).
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HP Omen 15.6" Gaming Laptop, i5-7300HQ, 8GB RAM, GTX 1050, 128 GB SSD, 1TB HDD + Free Xbox Elite Controller £764.99 @ PC world

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If you're in the market for a decent gaming laptop on a budget, this seems like a great deal to me. Note that to get it at this price you have to use the discount code below, which expires after to…
If you're in the market for a decent gaming laptop on a budget, this seems like a great deal to me. Note that to get it at this price you have to use the discount code below, which expires after to…
SgtPepper Avatar3d, 23h agoFound 3 days, 23 hours ago13 Comments
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Screen is crappy and keyboard area gets too warm during use but if you like this particular laptop, then its a good price at the current time.
Good deal, very tempting, voted hot.
Ideally want at 1050 ti, or even a 1060 for gaming, although haven't seen any decent deals for any.
SgtPepper
Blade_Runner
SgtPepper
xsteve_jx
SgtPepper
If you're after something more discrete, as far as I can tell this is essentially the same laptop (and at the same price) but in silver.
No Elite Controller (worth £100-£120) with that one though.
Good spot - I forgot to check that. Thanks.
And there is no SSD
Doh! I should have checked more carefully before suggesting this as an alternative, as this and the lack of free controller make it nowhere near as good as the Omen.
Actually, it does have the SSD, so just the controller you miss out on with the Pavillion. That's still enough to make the Omen a significantly better deal though.


Edited By: SgtPepper on Mar 21, 2017 18:24
Blade_Runner
SgtPepper
xsteve_jx
SgtPepper
If you're after something more discrete, as far as I can tell this is essentially the same laptop (and at the same price) but in silver.
No Elite Controller (worth £100-£120) with that one though.
Good spot - I forgot to check that. Thanks.
And there is no SSD
Doh! I should have checked more carefully before suggesting this as an alternative, as this and the lack of free controller make it nowhere near as good as the Omen.
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HP 250 G5 i3 Laptop X0Q06ES - £369.98 @ Ebuyer

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I've been hunting for a laptop for a while and this seems to be a bit of good deal.
I've been hunting for a laptop for a while and this seems to be a bit of good deal.
Callyboy Avatar4d, 4h agoFound 4 days, 4 hours ago9 Comments
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I got this last year with a 128gb ssd, great wee laptop but I got mine for 250
People are voting cold on these just due to the resolution. No doubt, you need a good screen but they don't provide alternatives to the deals.


A shame. I've seen those monitors and they're poor quality. I would avoid.
shanmalik786
Bought yesterday from currys ebay store Lenovo i5 idea pad 310 in £330 brand new
That has a FHD screen which is nice, but no SSD and a smaller battery.
Bought yesterday from currys ebay store Lenovo i5 idea pad 310 in £330 brand new
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hp omen 17 w200na £1,349.99 @ HP (using code)

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Hp omen w200na comes with GTX1070 Hp offering 10% off with code FLASH10 bringing price down to £1350 Also included by redemption Xbox elite controller worth £100 Overall a pretty good deal for thi…
Hp omen w200na comes with GTX1070 Hp offering 10% off with code FLASH10 bringing price down to £1350 Also included by redemption Xbox elite controller worth £100 Overall a pretty good deal for thi…
daddybigboots Avatar4d, 18h agoFound 4 days, 18 hours ago10 Comments
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The one thing to note is the 8gb of ram, some laptops in this range have 16gb but not at this current low price point.
How on Earth are they boasting an 11 hour battery life with just a 6 cell battery? That's amazing!
andrewborland182
Great price for a gaming laptop with a GTX 1070. (My Aorus X5 v6 is under 2.5kg).
But the Aorus is much more expensive @ £2100+, you are paying for the cost of the design.
Great price for a gaming laptop with a GTX 1070. (My Aorus X5 v6 is under 2.5kg).
robo989
Weight 3.35 kg
...Can't believe these "gaming laptops" haven't sorted their **** out and started trying to go to sub 3KG.
It's 2017 not 2003
It sounds like you need to supply the manufacturer with your design specs to enable them to fit a gaming pc with a desktop graphics card and cooling system into a laptop. I sure they would be all ears. Let me know too as I could make a fortune.
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HP Envy 5541 All-in-One Wireless Printer including 12 months instant ink trial £23.91 instore @ PC World Wimbledon

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Repeating expired deal found by zabada last week. Clearance deal, was £59. It includes up to 1 year's HP Instant Ink (based on a 50-page plan) - made up of 4-month trial & £16 code. 2 mon…
Repeating expired deal found by zabada last week. Clearance deal, was £59. It includes up to 1 year's HP Instant Ink (based on a 50-page plan) - made up of 4-month trial & £16 code. 2 mon…
sureshpindolia Avatar4d, 21h agoFound 4 days, 21 hours ago18 Comments
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dma_hukd
Got one from Tottenham Court Road. Was last one and had no power cable so they gave it for £10. Thanks
That a better deal than what i found, was your display stock or boxed. You prompted me to open my box to check lead and any missing parts
mine was a display model. hope you had all the cables included
psmith1958
mayzi
psmith1958
mine arrived ive put the £16 voucher onto my instant ink account, then sold the printer on gumtree for £25 ;)
So you went through that hassle for £16?
​£17..60 actally, not bad for an hour really, thats why some of go for these deals, what do you do, look through the deals and do nothing with them ? :p:p

Lol. I do look for a quick profit at times but just hate selling on gumtree. Toooo many time wasters. It's wound me up recently
£17.60 for an hour is good.
I apologise if I caused any offence.
Can anyone tell me if this printer scans to rtf (rather than JPEG or PDF)? Thanks.
mayzi
psmith1958
mine arrived ive put the £16 voucher onto my instant ink account, then sold the printer on gumtree for £25 ;)

So you went through that hassle for £16?


now if he had done that for a fiver then you may have a point. ​
mayzi
psmith1958
mine arrived ive put the £16 voucher onto my instant ink account, then sold the printer on gumtree for £25 ;)
So you went through that hassle for £16?

He had his head on right.
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HP Envy 13" QHD+ IPS Touchscreen, i5 7200u, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD £764.95 @ John Lewis

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Product specifications: Accessories Included: Power Adapter Battery life: Up To 12 Hours Bluetooth Enabled: Yes - 4.0 Brand: HP Camera (front-facing): HP TrueVision HD Camera With Dual
Product specifications: Accessories Included: Power Adapter Battery life: Up To 12 Hours Bluetooth Enabled: Yes - 4.0 Brand: HP Camera (front-facing): HP TrueVision HD Camera With Dual
K1LLER_HORNET Avatar6d, 3h agoFound 6 days, 3 hours ago7 Comments
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nw104hh
The price is good, but id rather pay a bit extra and get HP Spectre as Envys battery is nowhere near as good as on Spectre, so im not voting cold or hot.
btw Hornet, don't be such a cry-baby and stop moaning every time people vote cold... the crowd has spoken and they don't like this particular deal :)

:(:(:(

waysan
K1LLER_HORNET
waysan
Would the Asus Zenbook not better choice at this exact price? No touchscreen but better reviews (from very quick look). I've been looking at £400-500 light 14in laptops and I see you get an i5 and 4K screen for your extra £300 but not all that much else apart from maybe more storage.
Which model in particular are you looking at?
I've been avoiding Asus machines as of late as many lack a backlit keyboard which is inexcusable imo.
https://www.johnlewis.com/asus-zenbook-ux330-laptop-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-256gb-ssd-13-3-rose-gold/p3139963?navAction=jump&colour=Rose+Gold Also available in silver and has backlit keyboard.

Looks good to me.
K1LLER_HORNET
waysan
Would the Asus Zenbook not better choice at this exact price? No touchscreen but better reviews (from very quick look). I've been looking at £400-500 light 14in laptops and I see you get an i5 and 4K screen for your extra £300 but not all that much else apart from maybe more storage.
Which model in particular are you looking at?
I've been avoiding Asus machines as of late as many lack a backlit keyboard which is inexcusable imo.
https://www.johnlewis.com/asus-zenbook-ux330-laptop-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-256gb-ssd-13-3-rose-gold/p3139963?navAction=jump&colour=Rose+Gold Also available in silver and has backlit keyboard.
The price is good, but id rather pay a bit extra and get HP Spectre as Envys battery is nowhere near as good as on Spectre, so im not voting cold or hot.
btw Hornet, don't be such a cry-baby and stop moaning every time people vote cold... the crowd has spoken and they don't like this particular deal :)
waysan
Would the Asus Zenbook not better choice at this exact price? No touchscreen but better reviews (from very quick look). I've been looking at £400-500 light 14in laptops and I see you get an i5 and 4K screen for your extra £300 but not all that much else apart from maybe more storage.

Which model in particular are you looking at?
I've been avoiding Asus machines as of late as many lack a backlit keyboard which is inexcusable imo.
Would the Asus Zenbook not better choice at this exact price? No touchscreen but better reviews (from very quick look). I've been looking at £400-500 light 14in laptops and I see you get an i5 and 4K screen for your extra £300 but not all that much else apart from maybe more storage.
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HP Envy 13" FHD IPS, i5 7200u, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD £674.95 @ John Lewis

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Product specifications: Accessories Included: Power Adapter Battery life: Up To 10 Hours And 45 Minutes Bluetooth Enabled: Yes - 4.0 Brand: HP Camera (front-facing): HP TrueVision HD Ca…
Product specifications: Accessories Included: Power Adapter Battery life: Up To 10 Hours And 45 Minutes Bluetooth Enabled: Yes - 4.0 Brand: HP Camera (front-facing): HP TrueVision HD Ca…
K1LLER_HORNET Avatar6d, 3h agoFound 6 days, 3 hours ago3 Comments
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Seems a good deal, not sure why so cold?
voted hot, wonder what would be very considering the cold votes
Sorry cold voters, what was I thinking posting this?
It isn't a cheap plastic laptop with a 1366x768 TN panel and standard warranty.

Silly me. Maybe next time :{
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HP Microserver Gen8 Intel Celeron G1610T Dual-Core, 4GB RAM, No HDD £125.94 after £60 cashback + £4.95 next day shipping @ Serversplus - £190.89

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For all those looking for a server in these new, expensive, post-Brexit times ... (Yes, I know it's not a Xeon/16GB etc.) --------------------------------------------------------------------------
For all those looking for a server in these new, expensive, post-Brexit times ... (Yes, I know it's not a Xeon/16GB etc.) --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Parallax Avatar1w, 18h agoFound 1 week, 18 hours ago13 Comments
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I just used this table to calculate what was the best Passmark I could get for the same 35W TDP, then bought the i5-2390T. It properly sports virtualization as well which I don't need right now, but...
Looking to buy a server in the next week or two, hoping for a cashback offer on something cheap and Xeon like the basic Dell T20.
Don't worry op nobody got the Xeon 16gb & even if they did it would have cost £250.
Great Box .. would say the 4gb (vs 2gb) is probably better than the HD.. but the HD they normally supply are quite fast , but too small at only 250gb??
Parallax
nipstyler
No mention of hard drive. Any idea?

It's a shame they messed about with form factor of these. I have an N40l and N54L which have more expansion and more space for hard drives. Plus you have to used ECC ram in these new ones. You just get a faster processor and 2 USB 3.0 ports


​No drive. I'm going to borrow one I got from a previous Microserver. :D Agreed on the issues with these, but remember you do get iLO built in.


​Fair enough. Just struggling to see a reason for anything faster than the 54l. It's a bit of a scank not giving you a drive. The old ones came with a 250GB drive which is still going strong in my always on server.
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HP OMEN 15-ax203na Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB, NVIDIA GTX 1050, 15.6" Full HD, Natural Silver - £719.95 @ John Lewis

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After seeing this laptop here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-omen-gaming-laptop-7th-gen-i5-quad-core-8gb-ram-128gb-ssd-1tb-hdd-gtx-1050-graphics-2637078 I decided to do some research. Found this
After seeing this laptop here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-omen-gaming-laptop-7th-gen-i5-quad-core-8gb-ram-128gb-ssd-1tb-hdd-gtx-1050-graphics-2637078 I decided to do some research. Found this
TheMappers Avatar1w, 23h agoFound 1 week, 23 hours ago13 Comments
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Bilbo1968
Kermit2004
With the savings you could just fit a SSD into the extra 2.5" slot.
However if the other mentioned deal has a M.2 SSD that would be a better option in my opinion as it has SSD and HD.
Why would I want to spend £700 on a laptop and then start taking it to bits?

Just weighing up the options and comparing to the other deal. For some it's a simple task to put a hdd/ssd into a laptop. I understand some people may lack the skills/confidence to do so. Hence the other deal with both hdd and ssd being a more desirable offer should you need both, if you don't this would be a better option.
Kermit2004
With the savings you could just fit a SSD into the extra 2.5" slot.
However if the other mentioned deal has a M.2 SSD that would be a better option in my opinion as it has SSD and HD.

Why would I want to spend £700 on a laptop and then start taking it to bits?
Mark-uk
Can this have a separate SSD installed, thinking of selling the xbox controller and buying a SSD to install the OS on?


​and voiding your warranty at the same time. I was going to do something with a recent msi purchase but lucky I didn't as it had hdd failure within 2 months and the warranty label was on the screw directly above the hdd
Kermit2004
With the savings you could just fit a SSD into the extra 2.5" slot.
However if the other mentioned deal has a M.2 SSD that would be a better option in my opinion as it has SSD and HD.
will be the same inside most likely
other one will have m.2 ssd and 2.5inch hdd
this one will have 2.5inch hdd and free m.2 slot
With the savings you could just fit a SSD into the extra 2.5" slot.
However if the other mentioned deal has a M.2 SSD that would be a better option in my opinion as it has SSD and HD.
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LAPTOP, 14" HP, FULL HD, i5 7200U, SSD £521.95 John Lewis

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Thinking about buying this, seems a good deal with 10% off till 21/03 and 2 year warranty. Please advise if anything better for similar money. Thanks
Thinking about buying this, seems a good deal with 10% off till 21/03 and 2 year warranty. Please advise if anything better for similar money. Thanks
no1gary Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago15 Comments
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Will mainly be kept at home. Main usage will be browsing, watching videos and playing one game now and again. Will the SSD be better for this than the usual HDD? Thanks

SSD is always going to be better and laptops generally always have two HDD caddies. I would (personally) put a normal HDD in once storage became an issue later down the line. Much better than having a HDD, then wanting to format the entire laptop when I decided an SSD was needed. If you're not ever going to take it out of the house, then there's no reason not to buy a bigger screened "desktop replacement" style laptop.

Realistically, the only thing that's going to eat storage space these days are the big AAA games (My GTAV folder for instance is nearly 70GB) but those types of games are going to struggle on 80-90% of laptops anyway. Everything else is streamed these days; Netflix, iPlayer, Spotify, Google Play Music, whatever.

I understand I generally qualify as a "power user" so I am being very picky waiting for the right work laptop for me.

Edited By: Profgunnington on Mar 24, 2017 09:43: more stuff
Profgunnington
stretnuh
Would this laptop not be better? https://www.johnlewis.com/hp-17-x032na-laptop-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-1tb-amd-radeon-r5-17-3-full-hd-black/p2859489
Same price with a larger screen, more hard drive space?
Depends whether you want to take it out of the house or not. 17" desktop replacement laptops are a paint in the **** to carry around. Especially that one weighing 2.7kg, whereas the 14" listed here is only 1.49kg.

Will mainly be kept at home. Main usage will be browsing, watching videos and playing one game now and again. Will the SSD be better for this than the usual HDD? Thanks
stretnuh
Would this laptop not be better? https://www.johnlewis.com/hp-17-x032na-laptop-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-1tb-amd-radeon-r5-17-3-full-hd-black/p2859489
Same price with a larger screen, more hard drive space?

Depends whether you want to take it out of the house or not. 17" desktop replacement laptops are a paint in the **** to carry around. Especially that one weighing 2.7kg, whereas the 14" listed here is only 1.49kg.
Thanks everyone,

Went on to order this

https://www.johnlewis.com/dell-inspiron-15-5000-series-laptop-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-256gb-ssd-amd-radeon-r7-15-6-black/p3116027

Bigger screen, bigger ssd, separate number pad which I like, not much more money

Edited By: no1gary on Mar 21, 2017 15:49: mistake
stretnuh
Would this laptop not be better? https://www.johnlewis.com/hp-17-x032na-laptop-intel-core-i5-8gb-ram-1tb-amd-radeon-r5-17-3-full-hd-black/p2859489

Same price with a larger screen, more hard drive space?


Depends what you want. ​That's not got an SSD and is an older generation I5-6200U so will be slower for some stuff but you're trading that off against the bigger screen.
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HP Omen Gaming Laptop - 7th Gen i5 Quad Core, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD & 1TB HDD, GTX 1050 Graphics, Full HD, with FREE XBOX ONE ELITE CONTROLLER £829.99 @ Amazon

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There have been a few laptop deals recently which have gone cold, and there is a perceived lack of activity in the category because of this. Gaming laptops are rarely deals because they are essentiall…
There have been a few laptop deals recently which have gone cold, and there is a perceived lack of activity in the category because of this. Gaming laptops are rarely deals because they are essentiall…
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Picard123
brilly

wow thats some crap logic, noone cares about the amazon deal other than you as it was not as good - anyway i'll depart and let you burble away to yourself now
You asked for a better deal and I posted a link to a better deal as it's £65 less! X)
yes... you posted a better deal than a deal that wasn't the best deal - wow oO
brilly

wow thats some crap logic, noone cares about the amazon deal other than you as it was not as good - anyway i'll depart and let you burble away to yourself now

You asked for a better deal and I posted a link to a better deal as it's £65 less! X)
Picard123
brilly
Picard123
brilly
Profgunnington
brilly
Picard123
brilly
Picard123
brilly
you must be using special search for special people
my search only shows things that actually exist right now and not what might be
as you seem to be the only one perhaps you should be able to see how noone else cares
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=273eSvOwpKk
not sure i can handle a video from a potential future but carry on posting
it just reminds people how utterly vacuous your posts were
you were asked to back up your repeated ramblings and couldn't do so
now you just call attention to the fact every time you post an inane link/image
You sound like someone who's bitter and frustrated that they overpaid for a mediocre laptop and missed out on something better....
just someone based in reality
try it some time
That picard guy sounds like a massive troll. I don't know why you engaged them for so long. I came to this link looking for different opinions and potentially better deals, but it's devolved to you two bickering back and forth for literally zero reason. If in doubt; ignore!
i find myself suitably chastened :p
£65 cheaper already. You only had to wait 4 days. ROTFL!!! X)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-omen-15-6-gaming-laptop-i5-7300hq-8gb-ram-gtx-1050-128-gb-ssd-1tb-hdd-free-xbox-2641986
couple of points:
i didn't want this laptop - i posted only to point out your multiple errors
the amazon deal is not a reference as already stated - john lewis was
so its cheaper than an inferior model at john lewis or more expensive than a lesser model at john lewis
£65 saved, is £65 saved X)

wow thats some crap logic, noone cares about the amazon deal other than you as it was not as good - anyway i'll depart and let you burble away to yourself now
brilly
Picard123
brilly
Profgunnington
brilly
Picard123
brilly
Picard123
brilly
you must be using special search for special people
my search only shows things that actually exist right now and not what might be
as you seem to be the only one perhaps you should be able to see how noone else cares
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=273eSvOwpKk
not sure i can handle a video from a potential future but carry on posting
it just reminds people how utterly vacuous your posts were
you were asked to back up your repeated ramblings and couldn't do so
now you just call attention to the fact every time you post an inane link/image
You sound like someone who's bitter and frustrated that they overpaid for a mediocre laptop and missed out on something better....
just someone based in reality
try it some time
That picard guy sounds like a massive troll. I don't know why you engaged them for so long. I came to this link looking for different opinions and potentially better deals, but it's devolved to you two bickering back and forth for literally zero reason. If in doubt; ignore!
i find myself suitably chastened :p
£65 cheaper already. You only had to wait 4 days. ROTFL!!! X)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-omen-15-6-gaming-laptop-i5-7300hq-8gb-ram-gtx-1050-128-gb-ssd-1tb-hdd-free-xbox-2641986
couple of points:
i didn't want this laptop - i posted only to point out your multiple errors
the amazon deal is not a reference as already stated - john lewis was
so its cheaper than an inferior model at john lewis or more expensive than a lesser model at john lewis

£65 saved, is £65 saved X)
Picard123
brilly
Profgunnington
brilly
Picard123
brilly
Picard123
brilly
you must be using special search for special people
my search only shows things that actually exist right now and not what might be
as you seem to be the only one perhaps you should be able to see how noone else cares
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=273eSvOwpKk
not sure i can handle a video from a potential future but carry on posting
it just reminds people how utterly vacuous your posts were
you were asked to back up your repeated ramblings and couldn't do so
now you just call attention to the fact every time you post an inane link/image
You sound like someone who's bitter and frustrated that they overpaid for a mediocre laptop and missed out on something better....
just someone based in reality
try it some time
That picard guy sounds like a massive troll. I don't know why you engaged them for so long. I came to this link looking for different opinions and potentially better deals, but it's devolved to you two bickering back and forth for literally zero reason. If in doubt; ignore!
i find myself suitably chastened :p
£65 cheaper already. You only had to wait 4 days. ROTFL!!! X)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-omen-15-6-gaming-laptop-i5-7300hq-8gb-ram-gtx-1050-128-gb-ssd-1tb-hdd-free-xbox-2641986
couple of points:
i didn't want this laptop - i posted only to point out your multiple errors
the amazon deal is not a reference as already stated - john lewis was
so its cheaper than an inferior model at john lewis or more expensive than a lesser model at john lewis
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HP OMEN 15-ax205na Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, 15.6" Full HD £836.95 John Lewis

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Windows 10 Home 64 Latest generation Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ processor 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal Full-HD (1920 x 1080) display 8GB RAM with 128GB SSD and 1TB storage NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 105…
Windows 10 Home 64 Latest generation Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ processor 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal Full-HD (1920 x 1080) display 8GB RAM with 128GB SSD and 1TB storage NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 105…
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Price has gone up now ...
Neanderthal
ussasx
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I'm in the market for a gaming laptop, I want one good enough to do VR so that I can bring it into the living room when I want roomscale or more often than not, just have it upstairs for normal gaming.
I was hoping the 1070 or even the 1080 equipped machines would be dropping in price. Work has given me a 2k budget.
I've looked at the Omens before but they only have 3 USB ports which is a bit restrictive for me.
Try Scan. UK Built Machines on Clevo Chasis.
i7-7700HQ
GTX 1070
15" 4K Display
16GB DDR4
256Gb SSD
Win 10
Built and delivered for 1700. The advantage is you can customise every part to suit what you want.
Customer service and post sales are excellent!https://www.scan.co.uk/3xs/configurator/3xs-lg15-vengeance-gsync
Cheers for this, I've ordered one from Scan. Went for a 17" screen but to bring it in on price it was just FHD rather than 4K.

Let me know what you think :)
ussasx
Neanderthal
I'm in the market for a gaming laptop, I want one good enough to do VR so that I can bring it into the living room when I want roomscale or more often than not, just have it upstairs for normal gaming.
I was hoping the 1070 or even the 1080 equipped machines would be dropping in price. Work has given me a 2k budget.
I've looked at the Omens before but they only have 3 USB ports which is a bit restrictive for me.
Try Scan. UK Built Machines on Clevo Chasis.
i7-7700HQ
GTX 1070
15" 4K Display
16GB DDR4
256Gb SSD
Win 10
Built and delivered for 1700. The advantage is you can customise every part to suit what you want.
Customer service and post sales are excellent!https://www.scan.co.uk/3xs/configurator/3xs-lg15-vengeance-gsync

Cheers for this, I've ordered one from Scan. Went for a 17" screen but to bring it in on price it was just FHD rather than 4K.
Cantona007
Burnz0
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I don't consider a laptop with 8GB RAM to be of excellent spec, especially for a gaming laptop. HP laptops are very cheaply built, not as solid as Dell or ASUS. You can get an ASUS ROG series with similar if not the same spec for this price!
You don't need 16GB for gaming, it's a common misconception and makes little to no difference for majority of games. The problem here is the 2GB VRAM being the heavy hitter.
I don't believe the reasons people shooting it down are completely credible though, until I see some links. This is sub-£900 and John Lewis. There maybe be better deals, but this is a very good laptop for the price from what I've seen in the past.
I didn'y say you require 16GB RAM but you would expect more than 8GB! This laptop does not have an optical drive either; some of us still buy software on discs or play dvd's.
Intel say the 7th gen chips are about 13% faster than the 6th gen, but many tests say that 6th gen are just as good. Try looking at Laptops Direct or SCAN.
Burnz0
richt
I don't consider a laptop with 8GB RAM to be of excellent spec, especially for a gaming laptop. HP laptops are very cheaply built, not as solid as Dell or ASUS. You can get an ASUS ROG series with similar if not the same spec for this price!
You don't need 16GB for gaming, it's a common misconception and makes little to no difference for majority of games. The problem here is the 2GB VRAM being the heavy hitter.
I don't believe the reasons people shooting it down are completely credible though, until I see some links. This is sub-£900 and John Lewis. There maybe be better deals, but this is a very good laptop for the price from what I've seen in the past.
Actually you do in some games though ones that do tend to be bad ports/optimised. Within a year or two it's going to be common so might as well have it now.
I disagree, name me a game and I will happily upload a video of it running it on 8GB RAM. What titles are being ported in the next year that makes you think this?
For best performance batman arkam knight needed 12GB on release though it doesn't know, Quantom Break and Mankind Divided has 16GB recommended though they are bad ports. You don't need16GB per se if you don't really care about performance much but if you value that then that is the recommended specs. I don't know if any titles being ported but it's common sense that as times go on games will require more and more ram.
I've also heard of people having better performance in some games with double the amount of ram even though it's not even on recommended specs. Watch Dogs 2 for example.
As you mentioned, Arkham Asylum doesn't need more than 8GB now but check out this article for the game on its bad release. Even the bad port (release) only had 1/2 fps drop, and this text was run with a GTX 980, which was one of the best cards out at the time (and much better than this laptops). It had to be powerful enough for the RAM to be the bottleneck, or else the test would be pointless.http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2015/08/why-you-still-only-need-4gb-of-ram-for-a-great-gaming-pc/
Even when games are VERY badly ported, with maxed out other hardware, the fps difference is 1 or 2 frames per second. I can't show you a video on games that arn't out yet, but I highly doubt you would need 16GB RAM on a GTX 1050Ti for a performance boost lol. I might do my own youtube video showing the absolute BARE-MINIMAL performance difference this makes, because it really is one of the most common misconceptions.
In short more RAM won't make a difference in this gaming laptop, the VRAM will. Even if it was possible to put 800GB RAM in, it still would make no difference because there is only 2GB VRAM. This will be your bottleneck here, and all laptops of similar spec. People voting cold for the 8GB RAM are honestly voting it cold for the wrong reasons.
This is a decent laptop for the price in my opinion, even for the Graphics Card.
EDIT: I also don't blame you or anyone for thinking differently for thinking RAM is super important for gaming. There are websites out there that say you need lots of RAM, but if you notice they link the source as if to say "this didn't come from us". This is because alot of people believe the information to be incorrect. Steam always overshoot the Hardware requirements, mainly because they don't want to troubleshoot people who meet the actual borderline hardware requirements. Some of the Steam games that "require" 8GB can be run on my Grandma's toaster PC for example.
Arkham Knight not Arkham Asylum. Arkham Knight had hell of lot more FPS drops than just one or two.....It also a crash fest of a game.

The link was for Arkham Knight lol, I just typed it wrong but I'm assuming you didn't click it. Whatever game you play on this laptop won't be bottlenecked by the RAM, doesn't actually matter what Batman game it is.

Let's say the MAX you could play Arkham Knight was "high" at 1080p at 60fps on this laptop (I don't know, but lets assume this is correct), if you gave it an extra 8GB RAM (to 16GB) it wouldn't improve. That's the simplest way to explain it.

Edited By: Burnz0 on Mar 20, 2017 15:25: Last para
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I don't consider a laptop with 8GB RAM to be of excellent spec, especially for a gaming laptop. HP laptops are very cheaply built, not as solid as Dell or ASUS. You can get an ASUS ROG series with similar if not the same spec for this price!
You don't need 16GB for gaming, it's a common misconception and makes little to no difference for majority of games. The problem here is the 2GB VRAM being the heavy hitter.
I don't believe the reasons people shooting it down are completely credible though, until I see some links. This is sub-£900 and John Lewis. There maybe be better deals, but this is a very good laptop for the price from what I've seen in the past.
I didn'y say you require 16GB RAM but you would expect more than 8GB! This laptop does not have an optical drive either; some of us still buy software on discs or play dvd's.
Intel say the 7th gen chips are about 13% faster than the 6th gen, but many tests say that 6th gen are just as good. Try looking at Laptops Direct or SCAN.
Burnz0
richt
I don't consider a laptop with 8GB RAM to be of excellent spec, especially for a gaming laptop. HP laptops are very cheaply built, not as solid as Dell or ASUS. You can get an ASUS ROG series with similar if not the same spec for this price!
You don't need 16GB for gaming, it's a common misconception and makes little to no difference for majority of games. The problem here is the 2GB VRAM being the heavy hitter.
I don't believe the reasons people shooting it down are completely credible though, until I see some links. This is sub-£900 and John Lewis. There maybe be better deals, but this is a very good laptop for the price from what I've seen in the past.
Actually you do in some games though ones that do tend to be bad ports/optimised. Within a year or two it's going to be common so might as well have it now.
I disagree, name me a game and I will happily upload a video of it running it on 8GB RAM. What titles are being ported in the next year that makes you think this?
For best performance batman arkam knight needed 12GB on release though it doesn't know, Quantom Break and Mankind Divided has 16GB recommended though they are bad ports. You don't need16GB per se if you don't really care about performance much but if you value that then that is the recommended specs. I don't know if any titles being ported but it's common sense that as times go on games will require more and more ram.
I've also heard of people having better performance in some games with double the amount of ram even though it's not even on recommended specs. Watch Dogs 2 for example.
As you mentioned, Arkham Asylum doesn't need more than 8GB now but check out this article for the game on its bad release. Even the bad port (release) only had 1/2 fps drop, and this text was run with a GTX 980, which was one of the best cards out at the time (and much better than this laptops). It had to be powerful enough for the RAM to be the bottleneck, or else the test would be pointless.http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2015/08/why-you-still-only-need-4gb-of-ram-for-a-great-gaming-pc/
Even when games are VERY badly ported, with maxed out other hardware, the fps difference is 1 or 2 frames per second. I can't show you a video on games that arn't out yet, but I highly doubt you would need 16GB RAM on a GTX 1050Ti for a performance boost lol. I might do my own youtube video showing the absolute BARE-MINIMAL performance difference this makes, because it really is one of the most common misconceptions.
In short more RAM won't make a difference in this gaming laptop, the VRAM will. Even if it was possible to put 800GB RAM in, it still would make no difference because there is only 2GB VRAM. This will be your bottleneck here, and all laptops of similar spec. People voting cold for the 8GB RAM are honestly voting it cold for the wrong reasons.
This is a decent laptop for the price in my opinion, even for the Graphics Card.
EDIT: I also don't blame you or anyone for thinking differently for thinking RAM is super important for gaming. There are websites out there that say you need lots of RAM, but if you notice they link the source as if to say "this didn't come from us". This is because alot of people believe the information to be incorrect. Steam always overshoot the Hardware requirements, mainly because they don't want to troubleshoot people who meet the actual borderline hardware requirements. Some of the Steam games that "require" 8GB can be run on my Grandma's toaster PC for example.

Arkham Knight not Arkham Asylum. Arkham Knight had hell of lot more FPS drops than just one or two.....It also a crash fest of a game.

Edited By: Cantona007 on Mar 20, 2017 11:44
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HP Envy 5541 All-in-One Wireless Printer 2.2" LED touchscreen 4800 X 1200 dpi £23.91 Currys on eBay

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There is already a post about this one but that is from currys main website. This is their eBay page. Their website doesnt provide home delivery and most store does not have them in stock. However, th…
There is already a post about this one but that is from currys main website. This is their eBay page. Their website doesnt provide home delivery and most store does not have them in stock. However, th…
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myintranet
It's out of stock! :(
Sadly.. When I posted the deal, it only lasted 20 minutes.
It's out of stock! :(
Oos
psmith1958
Plongster92
Just purchased thanks :) how does the instant ink work? Will it come with your first ink cartridge?
​use the carts in the box, just before they run out sign up online, HP send you carts and start your free 12 months, they monitor the printer and send out new carts before the others run out, thier will be a code for free ink in the box :D

Great thanks :) Bargain :)
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phunkyphil
any idea on price if ink?
The deal includes 1 year of HP instant ink so I wouldnt worry about it (for a year) but inc prices is about £20 for the XL cartridge. That is the black ink only though. No clue about the colour.
Can the ink cartridges be refilled using a syringe and some bottles of ink? If it can then it is worth having for sure. If not, then I'd stick with my Brother for now!
​why, this has 12 months FREE ink included brother :D
After 12 months have elapsed - what then?


​ask your brother :D

at this price, bin the printer it has cost you nothing after the FREE ink for the 12 months
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HP 250 G5 Laptop X0Q13EA £578.27 Ebuyer

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Intel Core i7-6500U 2.5GHz 8GB DDR4 + 256GB SSD 15.6" FHD + DVDRW WIFI + Webcam + Bluetooth Windows 10 Pro 64bit
Intel Core i7-6500U 2.5GHz 8GB DDR4 + 256GB SSD 15.6" FHD + DVDRW WIFI + Webcam + Bluetooth Windows 10 Pro 64bit
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spannerzone
Are any mobile i7's quadcore these days (or where they ever?)

If by mobile you mean the low-power chips with numbers followed by "U", then those have always been 2 core as far as I know.

It would be far more sensible if Intel just kept the i7 name for 4 or more cores. It's not clear to your average punter what difference there is between a 2-core i7 and a 4-core i5. The "U" at the end of the chip name just seems to stand for "Underpowered".

There are certainly plenty of decent 4-core i7 laptops around - like this one for example: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-omen-15-ax205na-gaming-laptop-intel-core-i7-8gb-ram-1tb-hdd-128gb-ssd-15-6-full-2636678
Are any mobile i7's quadcore these days (or where they ever?)
Can anyone suggest decent 17'' laptop which can multi task for downloading, working on excel/outlook and sometime graphics Abode Illustrator (not gaming) around similar money?
pedropecker
malachi
Good price, older i7 model though. So 2 cores with 4 threads, not a true quad core.

I cant see anywhere it claims to be a "quad core"

Processor
Intel® Core™ i7-6500U 2.5GHz
Turbo boost up to 3.1GHz
Intel HD Graphics 520
4MB cache
2 cores


​I assume they mean a lot of people see i7 and think it's a quad core, but that's not the case anymore.
malachi
Good price, older i7 model though. So 2 cores with 4 threads, not a true quad core.

I cant see anywhere it claims to be a "quad core"

Processor
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Turbo boost up to 3.1GHz
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4MB cache
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HP Envy 5541 All-in-One Wireless Printer including 12 months instant ink trial £23.91 @ PC World

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Clearance deal, was £59. It includes up to 1 year's HP Instant Ink (based on a 50-page plan) - made up of 4-month trial & £16 code. 2 months extra free for the Instant Ink trial can be obtained
Clearance deal, was £59. It includes up to 1 year's HP Instant Ink (based on a 50-page plan) - made up of 4-month trial & £16 code. 2 months extra free for the Instant Ink trial can be obtained
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Hi. Can any of you tell me if you can scan to text (rather than to JPEG or PDF) on this model? Cheers....
Printed about 12 things at the weekend. Just got an email saying new cartridges on the way. Bargain of the century.
Manage to track stock at Wimbledon, London branch on Sat. 2 boxed printer left on Sat when i bought mine.
looks like I missed out on this one
NUMBER1bargaininggirl
Just want to say thank you op, for posting this deal i pick mine up today thank you also got extended warranty for £5 for 3 years
you're very welcome :)
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HP Envy 4523 Wi-Fi All-in-One Printer + 3 month instant ink - was £44.99 now £29.99 @ Argos (C&C)

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Printer: Compatible with PC and Mac. A4 print speed - black text: 9.5ppm (pages per minute). A4 print speed - colour text: 6.8ppm (pages per minute). Up to 4800 x 1200dpi print resolution. Double…
Printer: Compatible with PC and Mac. A4 print speed - black text: 9.5ppm (pages per minute). A4 print speed - colour text: 6.8ppm (pages per minute). Up to 4800 x 1200dpi print resolution. Double…
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Mentos
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Can this be bought then after the free ink trial expires just cancel the HP ink being supplied and then just buy the cartridges myself as and when i require them? I don't want to have a monthly subscription with HP as i only print stuff now and again.
If its not possible to ditch the subscription whats the best printer around this price where i can buy my own ink?
Cheers
With that sort of usage I suggest you check some reviews. Generally the issue with inkjet printers is they go through a cleaning cycle when not used for a while (which uses ink). Some can waste a considerable amount of ink, so its worth checking reviews. Even the ones that don't waste much ink will still result in a significantly higher cost/page.
You may want to consider a laser and quite possibly black and white printer at that (presuming you can do without colour).
Its for my Dad, he likes to print A4 photos thats he takes with his DSLR (less than 10 per week) so a Laser would be no good. He also prints the odd page of text a week so nothing major. I reckon this in kind of thing in the OP would be ok. But due to him not printing loads i didn't want him to have a subscription he was tied to that he would never use
I'm guessing he realises this isn't a lab quality photo printer. The photo's will be ok, but for lab quality you need printers aimed at photo printing. They tend to have 6 inks rather then just Black + RGB. They can be reasonably economical for photo printing, especially the ones with refillable reservoirs, but the upfront investment is usually much higher then this deal.
If he's ok with standard inkjet photo quality he may want to consider this:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-pro-8715-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-with-2-years-instant-ink-25-cashback-2642886
It's bigger and more expensive upfront (£74 after cashback). But comes with £74 instant ink credit plus 3 months free trial, plus one month with referral code (google or pm someone for a code) and one further month with FREEINK code. Given his usage he could select the £1.99 50 pages/month plan after the trial months which would give:
5 trial months 300 pages/month - with codes and included 3 months
37 months 50 pages/month - £74/£1.99
Thats a total of 42 month worry free printing for £74 (you can redeem free 3 year warranty). I doubt he'll come out much better off if he bought a printer and paid for ink (due to the aforementioned issues with low/sporadic usage).
If thats too big/much, keep an eye out as there have been others with 1 year trial on here.
Thanks for the detailed response.
I'll email him the info you've just sent me and see what he wants to do :)
Cheers

NP. I actually got two of these at the previous price of £124. So I think its a steal at the new price of £99.
Mentos
steevieboy4u
Mentos
steevieboy4u
Can this be bought then after the free ink trial expires just cancel the HP ink being supplied and then just buy the cartridges myself as and when i require them? I don't want to have a monthly subscription with HP as i only print stuff now and again.
If its not possible to ditch the subscription whats the best printer around this price where i can buy my own ink?
Cheers
With that sort of usage I suggest you check some reviews. Generally the issue with inkjet printers is they go through a cleaning cycle when not used for a while (which uses ink). Some can waste a considerable amount of ink, so its worth checking reviews. Even the ones that don't waste much ink will still result in a significantly higher cost/page.
You may want to consider a laser and quite possibly black and white printer at that (presuming you can do without colour).
Its for my Dad, he likes to print A4 photos thats he takes with his DSLR (less than 10 per week) so a Laser would be no good. He also prints the odd page of text a week so nothing major. I reckon this in kind of thing in the OP would be ok. But due to him not printing loads i didn't want him to have a subscription he was tied to that he would never use
I'm guessing he realises this isn't a lab quality photo printer. The photo's will be ok, but for lab quality you need printers aimed at photo printing. They tend to have 6 inks rather then just Black + RGB. They can be reasonably economical for photo printing, especially the ones with refillable reservoirs, but the upfront investment is usually much higher then this deal.
If he's ok with standard inkjet photo quality he may want to consider this:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-pro-8715-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-with-2-years-instant-ink-25-cashback-2642886
It's bigger and more expensive upfront (£74 after cashback). But comes with £74 instant ink credit plus 3 months free trial, plus one month with referral code (google or pm someone for a code) and one further month with FREEINK code. Given his usage he could select the £1.99 50 pages/month plan after the trial months which would give:
5 trial months 300 pages/month - with codes and included 3 months
37 months 50 pages/month - £74/£1.99
Thats a total of 42 month worry free printing for £74 (you can redeem free 3 year warranty). I doubt he'll come out much better off if he bought a printer and paid for ink (due to the aforementioned issues with low/sporadic usage).
If thats too big/much, keep an eye out as there have been others with 1 year trial on here.

Thanks for the detailed response.

I'll email him the info you've just sent me and see what he wants to do :)

Cheers
steevieboy4u
Mentos
steevieboy4u
Can this be bought then after the free ink trial expires just cancel the HP ink being supplied and then just buy the cartridges myself as and when i require them? I don't want to have a monthly subscription with HP as i only print stuff now and again.
If its not possible to ditch the subscription whats the best printer around this price where i can buy my own ink?
Cheers
With that sort of usage I suggest you check some reviews. Generally the issue with inkjet printers is they go through a cleaning cycle when not used for a while (which uses ink). Some can waste a considerable amount of ink, so its worth checking reviews. Even the ones that don't waste much ink will still result in a significantly higher cost/page.
You may want to consider a laser and quite possibly black and white printer at that (presuming you can do without colour).
Its for my Dad, he likes to print A4 photos thats he takes with his DSLR (less than 10 per week) so a Laser would be no good. He also prints the odd page of text a week so nothing major. I reckon this in kind of thing in the OP would be ok. But due to him not printing loads i didn't want him to have a subscription he was tied to that he would never use

I'm guessing he realises this isn't a lab quality photo printer. The photo's will be ok, but for lab quality you need printers aimed at photo printing. They tend to have 6 inks rather then just Black + RGB. They can be reasonably economical for photo printing, especially the ones with refillable reservoirs, but the upfront investment is usually much higher then this deal.

If he's ok with standard inkjet photo quality he may want to consider this:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-pro-8715-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-with-2-years-instant-ink-25-cashback-2642886

It's bigger and more expensive upfront (£74 after cashback). But comes with £74 instant ink credit plus 3 months free trial, plus one month with referral code (google or pm someone for a code) and one further month with FREEINK code. Given his usage he could select the £1.99 50 pages/month plan after the trial months which would give:

5 trial months 300 pages/month - with codes and included 3 months
37 months 50 pages/month - £74/£1.99

Thats a total of 42 month worry free printing for £74 (you can redeem free 3 year warranty). I doubt he'll come out much better off if he bought a printer and paid for ink (due to the aforementioned issues with low/sporadic usage).

If thats too big/much, keep an eye out as there have been others with 1 year trial on here.



Edited By: Mentos on Mar 23, 2017 13:40
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steevieboy4u
Can this be bought then after the free ink trial expires just cancel the HP ink being supplied and then just buy the cartridges myself as and when i require them? I don't want to have a monthly subscription with HP as i only print stuff now and again.
If its not possible to ditch the subscription whats the best printer around this price where i can buy my own ink?
Cheers
With that sort of usage I suggest you check some reviews. Generally the issue with inkjet printers is they go through a cleaning cycle when not used for a while (which uses ink). Some can waste a considerable amount of ink, so its worth checking reviews. Even the ones that don't waste much ink will still result in a significantly higher cost/page.
You may want to consider a laser and quite possibly black and white printer at that (presuming you can do without colour).

Its for my Dad, he likes to print A4 photos thats he takes with his DSLR (less than 10 per week) so a Laser would be no good. He also prints the odd page of text a week so nothing major. I reckon this in kind of thing in the OP would be ok. But due to him not printing loads i didn't want him to have a subscription he was tied to that he would never use
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Solid 15.6" laptop, 2GHz i3-5005U CPU, 6GB RAM, 1TB HDD, DVD/RW drive, Windows 10 Home. Decent battery life. Screen 1366x768, HDMI, 1 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0 Refurbished by HP, 12 month warranty from…
Solid 15.6" laptop, 2GHz i3-5005U CPU, 6GB RAM, 1TB HDD, DVD/RW drive, Windows 10 Home. Decent battery life. Screen 1366x768, HDMI, 1 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0 Refurbished by HP, 12 month warranty from…
cjed Avatar2w, 16h agoFound 2 weeks, 16 hours ago12 Comments
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I am looking for a refurb i5. Anyone seen any?
155 of them here
These are well old. As old as the i5 i am typing on now. I am talking about the third/fourth or fith gen versions
OOS
HP... no thanks
leeparsons
I am looking for a refurb i5. Anyone seen any?
155 of them

here
I am looking for a refurb i5. Anyone seen any?
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HP OfficeJet 4658 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with Fax including TWO YEARS of printing 100 full colour or mono pages per month reduced by £70 to £59.98 at PC World ** No referral codes permitted **

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If you print a lot of colour, this is a brilliant deal. You get a five month free trial of HP instant ink and then another £67 code which is enough to buy another 19 months of the £3.49 per month 100
If you print a lot of colour, this is a brilliant deal. You get a five month free trial of HP instant ink and then another £67 code which is enough to buy another 19 months of the £3.49 per month 100
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Would this be good at photos? The HP Envy I have now gives me scan lines on photos.
supersue
MODERATORS: someone has just removed a Deal that was like this but through Currys, probably because someone put a comment on that THIS one was already listed. But this is PC World, not Currys. Please reinstate the Currys deal for those of us who would like the choice of seller.


It's the same company - "Currys PC World"
Heat added for HP Instant Ink :D
TheOak
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TheOak
Could someone explain something; the cheapest package is 50 pages a month for 1.99. Wouldn't the £67 therefor mean nearly three years free on that tariff?
​after your free trials downgrade to the 1.99 plan and you will have free ink for over 3 years if you don't need to print more than 50 pages a month when you downgrade ;)
If that's allowed then it's a bit odd. Obviously HP want to make the offer sound as appealing as possible so why would they write "up to two years" rather than "Up to 33 months" or even "2.5 years"?


​I won't lie i thought it was odd too buddy but the maths does add up ;)
TheOak
cliosport65
TheOak
Could someone explain something; the cheapest package is 50 pages a month for 1.99. Wouldn't the £67 therefor mean nearly three years free on that tariff?
​after your free trials downgrade to the 1.99 plan and you will have free ink for over 3 years if you don't need to print more than 50 pages a month when you downgrade ;)
If that's allowed then it's a bit odd. Obviously HP want to make the offer sound as appealing as possible so why would they write "up to two years" rather than "Up to 33 months" or even "2.5 years"?


​obviously they base the 100 page plan the most popular, instead of the 50 page plan :)

Edited By: cliosport65 on Mar 20, 2017 22:50: spelling
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Refurb HP EliteBook 8470P laptop (i5/8GB/320GB) 14" £259.99 Amazon

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See Amazon website (or other similar) for full specs. Refurbished. - eddyw Refurbished. - eddyw
See Amazon website (or other similar) for full specs. Refurbished. - eddyw Refurbished. - eddyw
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rd3d2
Good price but only a third generation i5 circa 2012 (current model is 7th gen!)
Regardless of generation, these will still hold up. The 2600k (Sandy bridge) still holds up against Haswell and co.
thetarget
Cold because better spec for less on eBay. Just make sure you purchase one without the BIOS being password protected.
So you "claim" a better spec but you... don't... actually link one? Feel free to backup your claim with evidence...

Current eBay listings for UK based 8470p laptops: http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_sop=15&_nkw=8470p&rt=nc&LH_PrefLoc=1&_trksid=p2045573.m1684

Several BIN ones for around £130 to £145 delivered. Other prices too depending on seller, condition and hardware.

I bought during the beginning of Dec 2016 for £140 + £14.99 P&P (Buy Now listing) a 8470p i5-3380M with 500GB HDD and 8GB RAM inc power supply and battery lasting 3 hours, with Windows 7 installed and COA Certificate still on Laptop from a seller on eBay. The BIOS was not password protected. After receiving the laptop I discovered on the HP website it is still under its 3 year warranty until the end of May this year. Laptop is in top condition too.

Edited By: thetarget on Mar 09, 2017 15:01
M0nk3h
rd3d2
Good price but only a third generation i5 circa 2012 (current model is 7th gen!)
Regardless of generation, these will still hold up. The 2600k (Sandy bridge) still holds up against Haswell and co.
thetarget
Cold because better spec for less on eBay. Just make sure you purchase one without the BIOS being password protected.
So you "claim" a better spec but you... don't... actually link one? Feel free to backup your claim with evidence...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Core-i5-2-6GHz-4GB-320GB-Laptop-HP-Elitebook-8470p-Windows-7-PRO-64BIT-/302238771185?hash=item465ed5a7f1:g:AB4AAOSw32lYttBl

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HP-Elitebook-8470p-Core-i5-2-6GHz-4GB-320GB-Laptop-Windows-7-PRO-64BIT-/152457354426?hash=item237f2a9cba:g:qHEAAOSw32lYuH2S

+ around £15 for 4GB RAM

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/4GB-DDR3-1x4GB-1600MHz-PC3-12800S-2Rx8-SO-DIMM-204-PIN-LAPTOP-MEMORY-RAM-/292021988091?hash=item43fdddeafb:g:W1YAAOSwNnRYmcCL

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hynix-4GB-DDR3-Memory-SO-DIMM-204pin-PC3L-12800S-1600MHz-HMT351S6EFR8A-PB-/162419448725?hash=item25d0f41b95:g:cXMAAOSw~AVYu~pq

..and they go for less on ebay auction :)

Edited By: nw104hh on Mar 09, 2017 11:24
Much cheaper as others have said on eBay and other refurb outlets. The other day I was reviewing one that was on offer with half the RAM and a slightly smaller hard drive for £120.
rd3d2
Good price but only a third generation i5 circa 2012 (current model is 7th gen!)

Regardless of generation, these will still hold up. The 2600k (Sandy bridge) still holds up against Haswell and co.

thetarget
Cold because better spec for less on eBay. Just make sure you purchase one without the BIOS being password protected.

So you "claim" a better spec but you... don't... actually link one? Feel free to backup your claim with evidence...


Edited By: M0nk3h on Mar 09, 2017 10:47
Cold because better spec for less on eBay. Just make sure you purchase one without the BIOS being password protected.
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HP Envy 4520 with 3 months instant ink click and collect - £29.99 @ Ryman

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£29.99 @ Ryman
Excellent printer for price considering 3 months free ink.
Excellent printer for price considering 3 months free ink.
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paid £49 for this last month, dammmmm
i paid 49 ebuyer offer last week!

Call them up and ask them to price match. If not then just return it.
leeboy75
paid £49 for this last month, dammmmm

i paid 49 ebuyer offer last week!
This is a brilliant printer got it last time it was on deal
It is obvious!! If you read your post correctly, it says " offer valid .... 4520..."
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HP Webcam 2300 Entry 720p FF £4.97 @ Amazon (Add-on)

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Came across this cheap little webcam. Looks alright for under a fiver. Addon item. - Clean lines. Streamlined shape. Light and compact size - Directional mic cuts background noise - Features a 1-…
Came across this cheap little webcam. Looks alright for under a fiver. Addon item. - Clean lines. Streamlined shape. Light and compact size - Directional mic cuts background noise - Features a 1-…
Frank30uk Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago14 Comments
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Good price for a 5 year old sd camera. note that the "HD 2300" is the model number and does not refer to High Definition.
The Description for this on Amazon's website says:
" ... The widescreen 720P HD".
So, it's still allllll good though?. :-)
nougat

I tried to order 5 but only one left in stock
You looking to ebay your 'spares' or something?, hahahahahaha.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm, hehehe. ;-)
Its all good though? 720p is not HD though even if it is in the description. but you know that already, don't you!
Are these compatible with android?
Perfect for chat roulette
not bad deal from currys tbf. tempted
nougat
Good price for a 5 year old sd camera. note that the "HD 2300" is the model number and does not refer to High Definition.https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B0087UIJKI/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
I tried to order 5 but only one left in stock

You looking to flog your 'extras' on ebay I see?, hahahahaha. ;-)

Amazon website Description said this is 720P, so, it's allllll good same way?, lol.
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Elizabeth Arden Lip Gloss set for £8.49 (RRP £26) for members/ £9.99 non members + 2 free perfume samples @ the perfume shop

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£8.49 @ The Perfume Shop
Less than half price with 4 lipgloss and pouch.
Less than half price with 4 lipgloss and pouch.
QMish Avatar3w, 3h agoFound 3 weeks, 3 hours ago17 Comments
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OOS
Oos
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Lovely! Just ordered, thanks. Still good value at £9.99
dpmcm21
If you're a Member, you automatically get 15% off the Total (making it £8.49 Delivered) - just make sure you're logged into your Account first. Also, I got 2 free Perfume samples! :) Thanks OP - Heat Added.
Just edited that in my post about the 2 free samples! Thanks :)
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HP ENVY 4520 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer with 3-month instant ink £29.99 @ Currys **Please do not request/post referrals**

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Another HP printer deal - lower price @ Currys than posted before Instant Ink - 3 months free trial WiFi Colour print / copy / scan Automatic double-sided printing 1200 x 1200 dpi Using cod…
Another HP printer deal - lower price @ Currys than posted before Instant Ink - 3 months free trial WiFi Colour print / copy / scan Automatic double-sided printing 1200 x 1200 dpi Using cod…
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steve2zaf
just had this delivered from currys - but on setting up its telling me that inks are not compatible with this printer. I have done it correctly so don't understand . can anyone help please ???
thats a manufacturing error if thats the case. have you googled it to see if anyone else has the same issue. im waiting for mine from currys, but its been delayed so they say.

went through customer support - they were great - sorted now thx
steve2zaf
just had this delivered from currys - but on setting up its telling me that inks are not compatible with this printer. I have done it correctly so don't understand . can anyone help please ???

thats a manufacturing error if thats the case. have you googled it to see if anyone else has the same issue. im waiting for mine from currys, but its been delayed so they say.
just had this delivered from currys - but on setting up its telling me that inks are not compatible with this printer. I have done it correctly so don't understand . can anyone help please ???
paulagalloway
sadact06
My old canon printer packed in yesterday. I went to Currys today and bought this printer, offered 3 year guarantee for £10, i refused, BUT chap insisted that if the printer breaks or is damaged (unintentionally) they will replace it (says unlimited number of times in terms, unless stock is not available) and each time it is replaced the new machine comes with ink. So in theory 3 years worth of ink for £10!
I set the printer up hours ago and very impressed for £30. It also has touchscreen which makes it simple to use.
Thanks op. A cracking deal for me!
Did you buy ink or do you wait until your home and set it up for instant ink?

paulagalloway
sadact06
My old canon printer packed in yesterday. I went to Currys today and bought this printer, offered 3 year guarantee for £10, i refused, BUT chap insisted that if the printer breaks or is damaged (unintentionally) they will replace it (says unlimited number of times in terms, unless stock is not available) and each time it is replaced the new machine comes with ink. So in theory 3 years worth of ink for £10!
I set the printer up hours ago and very impressed for £30. It also has touchscreen which makes it simple to use.
Thanks op. A cracking deal for me!
Did you buy ink or do you wait until your home and set it up for instant ink?
I signed up for instant ink. A couple of small cartridges were in the box to get me started.
djfearny
Should I go for this or the argos 4523 deal for an extra 5
The 4520 and 4523 are the same specs-wise. It depends whether in Argos you get given the 4527 - again the printer is the same but the instant ink trial should be one or two months longer with the 4527.
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HP 8715 all in one printer/scanner with 2 years ink, £25 cashback and 3 year warranty, £124.99 (£99.99 after cashback) at Currys

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Originally posted by gemgem123 but has since dropped £25 http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-8715-office-printer-only-149-currys-with-upto-2-years-instant-ink-149-134-10-2622577 Link to cashback
Originally posted by gemgem123 but has since dropped £25 http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-8715-office-printer-only-149-currys-with-upto-2-years-instant-ink-149-134-10-2622577 Link to cashback
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Mentos
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zabada
This has now dropped further to £99.99, making it effectively £74.99 after the £25 cashback from HP!
I posted it separately to make people aware:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-pro-8715-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-with-2-years-instant-ink-25-cashback-2642886
Why don't you buy another one (or two) and take them back to your local Currys/ PC World with the first receipt(s) for a refund of the price you paid. You have up to 21 days (or 30 days, depending on where you look) to return unopened goods!
I think its 21 days looking at the website.
First one has been over 21 days. Second one is 4 days short, which would mean grabbing from store (as online wouldn't arrive in time).
If both were returnable might be worth it. Not worth the hassle for one (particularly as its for work so get the VAT part back anyway).
Why I said it was 30 days was that is the period quoted on the paperwork I got with another product from Currys. However, I agree that the website headed [Terms and Conditions with effect from 9/1/2017] says 21 days.

Checked the order confirmation email just in case and no such luck, says 21 days :/
Mentos
The_Greek
zabada
This has now dropped further to £99.99, making it effectively £74.99 after the £25 cashback from HP!
I posted it separately to make people aware:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-pro-8715-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-with-2-years-instant-ink-25-cashback-2642886
Why don't you buy another one (or two) and take them back to your local Currys/ PC World with the first receipt(s) for a refund of the price you paid. You have up to 21 days (or 30 days, depending on where you look) to return unopened goods!
I think its 21 days looking at the website.
First one has been over 21 days. Second one is 4 days short, which would mean grabbing from store (as online wouldn't arrive in time).
If both were returnable might be worth it. Not worth the hassle for one (particularly as its for work so get the VAT part back anyway).
Why I said it was 30 days was that is the period quoted on the paperwork I got with another product from Currys. However, I agree that the website headed [Terms and Conditions with effect from 9/1/2017] says 21 days.
The_Greek
zabada
This has now dropped further to £99.99, making it effectively £74.99 after the £25 cashback from HP!
I posted it separately to make people aware:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-pro-8715-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-with-2-years-instant-ink-25-cashback-2642886
Why don't you buy another one (or two) and take them back to your local Currys/ PC World with the first receipt(s) for a refund of the price you paid. You have up to 21 days (or 30 days, depending on where you look) to return unopened goods!

I think its 21 days looking at the website.

First one has been over 21 days. Second one is 4 days short, which would mean grabbing from store (as online wouldn't arrive in time).

If both were returnable might be worth it. Not worth the hassle for one (particularly as its for work so get the VAT part back anyway).
zabada
This has now dropped further to £99.99, making it effectively £74.99 after the £25 cashback from HP!
I posted it separately to make people aware:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-pro-8715-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-with-2-years-instant-ink-25-cashback-2642886
Why don't you buy another one (or two) and take them back to your local Currys/ PC World with the first receipt(s) for a refund of the price you paid. You have up to 21 days (or 30 days, depending on where you look) to return unopened goods!
zabada
This has now dropped further to £99.99, making it effectively £74.99 after the £25 cashback from HP!
I posted it separately to make people aware:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-officejet-pro-8715-one-wireless-inkjet-printer-with-2-years-instant-ink-25-cashback-2642886

FFS . Got two at £124.99 and outside their 7 day price promise :( First one needed at the time so fair enough, second one I bought as it seemed a great deal so a little more peeved about that one.

Edited By: Mentos on Mar 22, 2017 20:29: .
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HP Envy 4520 Half Price Only £29.99 at Ryman - Free c&c

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£29.99 @ Ryman
Looking for a home printer at the moment and spotted this printer at Ryman. Seems to be the cheapest around with some good reviews!
Looking for a home printer at the moment and spotted this printer at Ryman. Seems to be the cheapest around with some good reviews!
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Saved 20% on ink when I bought this printer through Ryman, thanks....heat added
Very good price for a decent printer. OK speed, good quality and decent features. Curries had a deal which was 5 or 10 pounds more but comes with 5 months free ink.
Great price!
Further 5% Quidco and/or 10% off for Students.
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HP Envy 4527 All-in-one Colour Wireless Multifunction Inkjet Printer + 4 Months Free Instant Ink Trial £32.98 delivered @ Ebuyer

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Nice bundle, i also use instant ink and can't fault the service. 4 Months Free Instant Ink Included Print, copy, scan and photo Wireless, Apple Airprint and USB Connections Automatic double side…
Nice bundle, i also use instant ink and can't fault the service. 4 Months Free Instant Ink Included Print, copy, scan and photo Wireless, Apple Airprint and USB Connections Automatic double side…
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Can anyone let me know if they received their enrolment card for the free ink with this deal as it appears I didn't get mine
Thanks

Can you elaborate on point 1?

Edited By: stiltsky on Mar 05, 2017 16:09
Excellent deal. Very simple!
Steps:
1. Buy the printer (argos still have for £35 - 4523 but they will give 4527)
2. Step up as per instructions and setup online account with HP
3. You will get 4 months ink plan for free (pick top one - £7.99 cancel later)
4. It will ask if you have any code, enter: FREEINK
5. You will now have 5 months of free ink. Print top quality photos and they will send new ink when you are almost finished.
6. You will get Bonus month ink when you refer your friends and family

Wireless / Scanner / Colour photos / Free ink = All for £35
Now £44.99, expired
£35 in argos picked one up today after seeing another post here
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HP 600 G1 Desktop computer intel i3 4130 4th Generation USB3.0 with Windows 7 Pro £191.99 @ Gigarefurb

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Great deal I found while looking for a decent home-office replacement for my laptop. This is replacing my Lenovo T530 laptop which is great but I needed more screen space and was on a budget. I found…
Great deal I found while looking for a decent home-office replacement for my laptop. This is replacing my Lenovo T530 laptop which is great but I needed more screen space and was on a budget. I found…
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Price reduced again. Promo runs until 31 March.
Price has increased :(
Easy enough put a SSD and a decent graphics card in this?
I keep looking around wondering what to buy :) I'm on an old Mac ATM and it's showing its age.

The G4560 has had good reviews with a RX480 and then there's plenty of better i5s going cheap like this one :P
utopiangames
Listed as 2.9 Ghz but had a look and it looks like its a 3.2?
Edit* After a bit of digging i think its running the i5-3470s which is 2.9 Ghz.

Yeah, Im tempted, currently running an i5-650 which is working fine, but this seems like a cheap upgrade.
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GAMING LAPTOPS HP OMEN SPRING SALE -10% HP STORE £1,259.00 @ HP

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£1259.00 @ HP
-10% for selected laptops and desktops. for example: gaming notebook HP OMEN just for £1,259.10 !!! + FREE GAME Windows 10 Home 64 Intel® Core™ i7-6700HQ Quad-Core processor 43.9 cm (17.3"…
-10% for selected laptops and desktops. for example: gaming notebook HP OMEN just for £1,259.10 !!! + FREE GAME Windows 10 Home 64 Intel® Core™ i7-6700HQ Quad-Core processor 43.9 cm (17.3"…
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Claim a FREE Xbox Elite Controller worth £119.99 when you buy this HP Omen Laptop. For full redemption instructions, and to claim your controller, please visit http://www.hppromotions.uk.com. T&C's Apply. Offer ends 17/04/2017*
Pulled the trigger in the end. Got over my infatuation with having a 4k screen as for this money its a bargain and I've told myself it will easily last a year or 2 longer if I'm gaming at 1080p instead of 4k..... Then down the line I'll flog the 8GB ram and upgrade to 16GB and I'll probably do the same for the 128GB m2 ssd so I can upgrade to 256GB+ once the laptop starts to creak. It may be not quite as well endowed as similar specced laptops regarding USB ports and little touches like a multi coloured backlit keyboard but it is a great deal. I just hope the integrated battery doesn't cause any issues a year or 2 down the road although mine will predominently be a desktop replacement anyway :)

Thanks OP. Too many cheapskates on HUKD cold voting this down.


Edited By: autolesbona on Mar 01, 2017 17:25: .
not sure why it is getting all the negative 'heat'. A great find OP especially as I am in the market for exactly this sort of laptop but couldn't justify the nearly £2000 one from PC specialist would have cost me. I am really itching to pull the trigger on this.......... I just wish you could customise it with a 4k screen. Maybe by the time of my next laptop upgrade, 4k will be the norm :(
£900 after discount seems pretty good for this spec... http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?sel=NTB&id=1DN33EA&opt=ABU
Latest generation Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ Quad-Core processor
39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal Full-HD (1920 x 1080) display
8GB RAM with 128GB SSD and 1TB storage
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti (4 GB GDDR5 dedicated)
waysan
I was looking at this earlier - not a bad bottom-of-the-range option here: http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?sel=NTB&id=Z5D61EA&opt=ABU&p=spring-sale


​Kek... Bloody rubbish laptop for the price... I've seen one the other day here for £350 at pc world with a Kaby i7 that poops all over that
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HP Omen Gaming Laptop 15-ax202na i5 7300HQ 8GB ram, 128GB SSD, 1TB HD, GTX 1050 with 20% off if BNPL - £663.00 @ Littlewoods

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Littlewoods are doing two offers: £663 20% account credit back in April if you buy a computer over £349 and select to buy now pay later (over 104 weeks - be careful to read the offer precisely
Littlewoods are doing two offers: £663 20% account credit back in April if you buy a computer over £349 and select to buy now pay later (over 104 weeks - be careful to read the offer precisely
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hi! is that offer of 20% account credit back in April still available?
mraconnor
FREE XBOX ONE ELITE CONTROLLER
Not sure if this has been said but if not : Claim a FREE Xbox Elite Controller worth £119.99 when you buy this HP Omen Laptop. For full redemption instructions, and to claim your controller, please visit http://www.hppromotions.uk.com. T&C's Apply. Offer ends 17/04/2017*


The kicker is in the T&C of course - you must have bought your machine between 06/03/2017 – 17/04/2017.

So many that took this deal for the 20% back will not qualify.
FREE XBOX ONE ELITE CONTROLLER
Not sure if this has been said but if not : Claim a FREE Xbox Elite Controller worth £119.99 when you buy this HP Omen Laptop. For full redemption instructions, and to claim your controller, please visit http://www.hppromotions.uk.com. T&C's Apply. Offer ends 17/04/2017*

Edited By: mraconnor on Mar 13, 2017 13:44
steviecrocker
naughtymonk
This is now £770.96 direct from HP with e-voucher (CQ217HPAF23) plus you can then claim a free Xbox Elite controller after 30 days.
I'd still rather have the money off assuming Littlewoods stay true to their cashback promotion but not bad for a deal direct from the manufacturer!
Looks a deal worth posting on its own.

Go for it! Voucher expires today according to the site I copied the code off (vouchercodes).
naughtymonk
This is now £770.96 direct from HP with e-voucher (CQ217HPAF23) plus you can then claim a free Xbox Elite controller after 30 days.

I'd still rather have the money off assuming Littlewoods stay true to their cashback promotion but not bad for a deal direct from the manufacturer!


Looks a deal worth posting on its own.
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Babystyle Oyster 2 Max Gem Carrycot Colour Pack £12.95 / £17.90 delivered - Slate Grey Online4baby

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Create your ideal Oyster 2 / Max / Gem carrycot with this wonderful colour pack. Complete with co – ordinating hood, apron and carry bag this is the perfect accessory for complementing your carrycot a…
Create your ideal Oyster 2 / Max / Gem carrycot with this wonderful colour pack. Complete with co – ordinating hood, apron and carry bag this is the perfect accessory for complementing your carrycot a…
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HP 15.6 inch Laptop, 7th gen i5, 8GB DDR3, 1TB 5600rpm HDD, £256.00 @ Currys

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£256.00 @ Currys
HP 15.6 inch Laptop, 7th gen i5, 8GB DDR3, 1TB 5600rpm HDD, £256 @ Currys. Very good deal in my opinion for a decent spec Laptop with 7th Gen i5 processor.
HP 15.6 inch Laptop, 7th gen i5, 8GB DDR3, 1TB 5600rpm HDD, £256 @ Currys. Very good deal in my opinion for a decent spec Laptop with 7th Gen i5 processor.
vinodkbg Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago17 Comments
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htslough
1366x768 rubbish resolution.
I wouldn't pay more than £150 for it.
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​theres some propper idiots on here
1366x768 rubbish resolution.
I wouldn't pay more than £150 for it.
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tawse57
This is not capable of defeating the Borg.

Noob, you just reverse the polarity.
I don't think there was ever any available at this price! Currys have a habit of doing this when an item becomes out of stock nationwide it ends up on their site at a low price.

Edited By: jona77 on Feb 26, 2017 07:42
None available anywhere.. deal should be expired
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John Lewis Spectrum Travel Bluetooth NFC Speaker, in colours Slate or Black. Plus 2 year guarantee! £24.95 @ John Lewis

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The John Lewis Spectrum Travel Speaker is ideal for a jet-set lifestyle or leisurely breaks. With a contemporary, soft-touch design and all the latest technology, this speaker will most certainly be a…
The John Lewis Spectrum Travel Speaker is ideal for a jet-set lifestyle or leisurely breaks. With a contemporary, soft-touch design and all the latest technology, this speaker will most certainly be a…
mivanpy Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago16 Comments
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Can also be used as a power bank , Via USB socket on the side !
Tank
Anyone know what the power output on this is?
Specifications say 5W total
artificer
Haha don't remember a Tim but could have been.

[img]http://i68.tinypic.com/296gnj6.jpg[/img]
Haha don't remember a Tim but could have been.
artificer
Bought of these from the Chichester store, good sound and nice controls. Thanks OP

Nice one!

You didn't see Tim nice did you? Brought back some memories you mentioning Chichester.
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HP 15-ay168sa 15.6" Laptop with Latest 7th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 Processor - Silver Deals | PC World - £349.99

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£349.99 @ PC World
Excellent spec for the money, core i7 for 350 quid. Was 500 pounds. Bargain.
Excellent spec for the money, core i7 for 350 quid. Was 500 pounds. Bargain.
stuartc73 Avatar4w, 5h agoFound 4 weeks, 5 hours ago33 Comments
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suchitmehta7
not a real deal IMO.
low screen res
HDD with only 5400rpm
dual core processor
I would expect already two of these at this price with perhaps i5
full hd
add or 7200 rpm
quad core
Not gonna happen.
I think the i5 for £255 sounds better value..
spannerzone
Good price but remember that although it's an i7, it's a dual core U series and in many ways is similar in day to day performance as something like an i5 6500u and I doubt you'd actually notice much difference to an i3 u series. What would make a difference is if this thing had an SSD drive in it.

Hopefully AMD Zen/Ryzen will give them a much needed kick up the *rse.
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suchitmehta7
not a real deal IMO.
low screen res
HDD with only 5400rpm
dual core processor
I would expect already two of these at this price with perhaps i5
full hd
add or 7200 rpm
quad core
wut? how many laptops with quad core new cpu and 1080p for 350quid can you link to?
the 7200/5400 rpm thing is not in the same league as those factors so almost irrelevant here
That i5 version is even better value though - can almost get this just to plug into a good external monitor when needed
This isn't a quad core, so don't see that it's worth the extra over the (much) cheaper i5 version.
not sure if you are disagreeing or agreeing with me ...
Neither really, was just clarifying in case people read your comment and thought this was a quad core :)
i expect was just you that read it that way
If I did, others would have done too!
This computer was blatantly a marketing exercise of putting one very high spec component in it (the Core i7 CPU) matching it up with budget hardware and seeing what stuck or if people even read the rest of the spec. As others have noted, it's still decent to have a current gen Core i7 and the U-series are fast but they are nothing more than higher clocked/binned silicon from the i5 of the same gen. Given the choice I would sacrifice the i7 for an i5 and a small SSD.