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ASUS X556UA Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 1TB, 15.6" Full HD, Black, for £499.95, at John Lewis

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ASUS X556UA Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 1TB, 15.6" Full HD, Black, for £499.95, at John Lewis. For the price I thought it was a great deal. Here is the full spec below from the John Lewis websi…
ASUS X556UA Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 1TB, 15.6" Full HD, Black, for £499.95, at John Lewis. For the price I thought it was a great deal. Here is the full spec below from the John Lewis websi…
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Not IPS :(
parkz
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parkz
i might be wrong but currys lenovo 310 amd A10 has better graphics capabilities then intel shared graphics. FHD. bluetooth. DVDRW drive 8GB DDR4 . 349.00 search currys ideapad 310.
Don't get a laptop that has anything AMD in it. GPU might be more powerful on paper, but when the chip is sweating away inside your laptop and constantly being throttled back you'll regret not getting an i7 or i5 chip.
​ive been an avid intel fan for every pc and laptop ive owned but this AMD chip is good. the entire specs are good for 349. full hd and 8gb ddr4 ram plus opticle drive bluetooth etc you cant argue thats a lot of laptop for the money. it performs flawlessly.

I totally agree!.

All I'd previously known in the past were INTEL's too?, BUT of the last few AMD's I've had in the past too!, well .....

Let's just say that (at that particular point in time at least?), I PREFERRED the AMD's to any of that of any INTEL offering at the time!. :-)

Yep!, AMD's are sooooooooooooooo heavily under rated, by everyone!!!. :-(
jaydeeuk1
parkz
i might be wrong but currys lenovo 310 amd A10 has better graphics capabilities then intel shared graphics. FHD. bluetooth. DVDRW drive 8GB DDR4 . 349.00 search currys ideapad 310.

Don't get a laptop that has anything AMD in it. GPU might be more powerful on paper, but when the chip is sweating away inside your laptop and constantly being throttled back you'll regret not getting an i7 or i5 chip.


​ive been an avid intel fan for every pc and laptop ive owned but this AMD chip is good. the entire specs are good for 349. full hd and 8gb ddr4 ram plus opticle drive bluetooth etc you cant argue thats a lot of laptop for the money. it performs flawlessly.

Edited By: parkz on Dec 08, 2016 21:01: spelling
Thought it was 2016 still ;)
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£399 better spec? I7 6700hq processor will wipe the floor with this one and 2tb hd.http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/322348012669?_mwBanner=1
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MSI GP62 6QF "Leopard Pro" 1087UK 15.6-Inch FHD Gaming Notebook (Black) - (Intel Core i7 6700HQ, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, 1 TB Storage, GTX 960M Graphics Card, Windows 10) - £799.00 @ Amazon

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Seems to be a reasonable price for quad core i7 and reasonable dedicated mobile graphics, dual disk drives, FHD, obviously poor battery. Also from amazon itself and prime delivery available and may…
Seems to be a reasonable price for quad core i7 and reasonable dedicated mobile graphics, dual disk drives, FHD, obviously poor battery. Also from amazon itself and prime delivery available and may…
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Be careful, I contacted Amazon about scam accounts yesterday and contacted a valid seller about their hacked account. Even-though the scam accounts are easy to see they are still annoying as they tend to list 260 computers models. I'm expecting amazon security to email me today telling me they have cleared them but seemed to me that they didn't really know or care. You have to get to a pretty high level before you find someone who takes an interest there.
Picard123
The MSI GP62 is a nice enough laptop but it's really, really not worth buying a 9XX series based laptop unless it's ridiculously cheap (which this isn't).
Laptops with the 10XX Pascal series chips offer such a significant performance boost that you'd be better getting one of those or waiting until early next year for a price drop. Games like Star Citizen and others due in 2017 will really need that extra GPU processing power.http://www.pcworld.com/article/3107314/components-graphics/nvidias-geforce-gtx-1080-1070-and-1060-for-laptops-break-the-mobile-mold.htmlhttp://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=6015#kfhttp://images.anandtech.com/galleries/5180/715cIpEKQjL__SL1500__575px.jpghttp://www.anandtech.com/show/10881/gigabyte-updates-its-aero-14-thin-gaming-laptop-with-geforce-gtx-1060-gpu

Couldn't agree more.

I have an Acer nitro with an i5 and an 860M which runs ok, and the 9 series are re-badges of those.

The 10 series are a whole new ball game. Laptop mobile GPUs traditionally lagged behind the equivalent named desktop version to the tune of 30 -50 %, but the 10 series literally is the same chip, with clocks a little lower (depending on cooling solutions), but they can be tweaked back up.

I'm looking forward to swapping mine out soon as this is the first time ever laptops really are able to replace the desktop PC.
Picard123
The MSI GP62 is a nice enough laptop but it's really, really not worth buying a 9XX series based laptop unless it's ridiculously cheap (which this isn't).
Laptops with the 10XX Pascal series chips offer such a significant performance boost that you'd be better getting one of those or waiting until early next year for a price drop. Games like Star Citizen and others due in 2017 will really need that extra GPU processing power.http://www.pcworld.com/article/3107314/components-graphics/nvidias-geforce-gtx-1080-1070-and-1060-for-laptops-break-the-mobile-mold.htmlhttp://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=6015#kfhttp://images.anandtech.com/galleries/5180/715cIpEKQjL__SL1500__575px.jpghttp://www.anandtech.com/show/10881/gigabyte-updates-its-aero-14-thin-gaming-laptop-with-geforce-gtx-1060-gpu

I'd like to echo this as it's sound advice. So far since the release of the 10xx GPUs I've not seen a laptop with a 9xx GPU at a price that makes it worth buying.
i paid by credit card but they cant do anything until the money comes out it was still saying pending so i thought they could block it. i finally got someone tonight who filed an a to z claim and told me id get the money back in 1 to 2 weeks what i don't understand it is still saying preparing for dispatch. amazon say they don't pay the seller until it has been dispatched but they cant block the payment. my cards blocked now and a new one is coming in 7 to 10 working days and my card company say they will get their fraud department onto it straight away of it does get taken out ill let yous know
The MSI GP62 is a nice enough laptop but it's really, really not worth buying a 9XX series based laptop unless it's ridiculously cheap (which this isn't).

Laptops with the 10XX Pascal series chips offer such a significant performance boost that you'd be better getting one of those or waiting until early next year for a price drop. Games like Star Citizen and others due in 2017 will really need that extra GPU processing power.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/3107314/components-graphics/nvidias-geforce-gtx-1080-1070-and-1060-for-laptops-break-the-mobile-mold.html

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=6015#kf

http://images.anandtech.com/galleries/5180/715cIpEKQjL__SL1500__575px.jpg

http://www.anandtech.com/show/10881/gigabyte-updates-its-aero-14-thin-gaming-laptop-with-geforce-gtx-1060-gpu



Edited By: Picard123 on Dec 07, 2016 19:54
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StormForce Hurricane Intel Ci7 16GB 1TB GTX 1070 Gaming PC @ Argos - £1,099.99

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ABOUT THIS PRODUCT Powered by an Intel® Core™ i7-6700 Processor the StormForce Hurricane gives you amazing gaming with premium performance and stunning visuals. This PC is loaded with 16GB of the l…
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT Powered by an Intel® Core™ i7-6700 Processor the StormForce Hurricane gives you amazing gaming with premium performance and stunning visuals. This PC is loaded with 16GB of the l…
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So I've thrown this together quickly, https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/6fyJgL

I've chosen the cheapest parts possible to match what is advertised and realistically I can only get it down to £1080, it is £996 if you have your own licence key for windows. I wouldn't ever recommend what I linked I am just showing that really £1099 is not a horrific price if you start with nothing. If it comes with 3 years guarantee it isn't a terrible proposition. But I would be concerned at what parts they are using as if its anything like I listed. You are spending nearly £700 for the Processor and GPU and near enough £400 for everything else.

If you can build your own PC, spend a little more and get something decent.
juux
Louie2008
I have a slow general purpose pc for simple tasks such as emailing, looking on facebook etc but need something faster for my son to play Minecraft and Ark on, this would work for that wouldn't it?
This would be massive overkill for games like Minecraft and Ark. My son's PC is a Core 2 Duo from about 2008 with a 7600GT from about 2005 and it runs Minecraft just fine.
If you want plenty of headroom to play newer/more demanding games in the future and have plenty of money to spend today then great, but I'd save my money until it was needed.
Even a low-end modern PC with integrated graphics will run Minecraft just fine. If you buy sensibly now and spend the money on a decent GPU if/when it becomes needed you will maximise your investment.

Nothing is overkill for Ark, it runs horridly even on monster pcs.
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this for £1,174.99 is a much better deal: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Intel-i7-6700-Quad-Core-4-00GHz-8GB-120GB-SSD-GTX-1080-8GB-Gaming-PC-AVR-/201617547693
3 year collect/return/parts/labours, far superior GPU, very reliable company I've personally used many times that always use guess what? MSI core components. Built to last and knowing the GPU will be MSI just seals this deal. Spend a little more for 16gb ram and maybe a 6700k for future overclocking
Does anyone have any thoughts on this? I need a new gaming PC but I'd like it to be as future proof as possible. I am willing to go a little higher in price but I'd like it to have a strong GFX card, motherboard, processor etc... and I think I'd like it to have 2 x 8GB RAM with a further 2 slots to expand it to 32gb RAM if that's possible.
I don't have that much of a clue when it comes to PC's.......hence my original comment
If you want a future proof pc i would wait a little while till the new kaby lake intel chips are released in January and i think the gtx 1070 is a good option for graphic cards right now and should be good for years to come as it can handle 4k and vr also 2 x 8gb ram is more than enough any more than that will make little difference to performance
wifi300usb
this for £1,174.99 is a much better deal: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Intel-i7-6700-Quad-Core-4-00GHz-8GB-120GB-SSD-GTX-1080-8GB-Gaming-PC-AVR-/201617547693
3 year collect/return/parts/labours, far superior GPU, very reliable company I've personally used many times that always use guess what? MSI core components. Built to last and knowing the GPU will be MSI just seals this deal. Spend a little more for 16gb ram and maybe a 6700k for future overclocking

Does anyone have any thoughts on this? I need a new gaming PC but I'd like it to be as future proof as possible. I am willing to go a little higher in price but I'd like it to have a strong GFX card, motherboard, processor etc... and I think I'd like it to have 2 x 8GB RAM with a further 2 slots to expand it to 32gb RAM if that's possible.

I don't have that much of a clue when it comes to PC's.......hence my original comment
2 things would worry me... unspecified PSU... probably cheap meaning higher running cost but also less likely to protect your components, before buying I would verify this.

Second, it's a small SSD. Assuming OS runs on here, you'll have to put most of your games on slow storage, so expect console length of loading time. Alternatively upgrade that SSD
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HP 250 Core i7-6500U 2.5GHz 8GB 256GB SSD 15.6 Inch Windows 10 Laptop £479.97 @ Laptops Direct

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Looks a good deal at £479.97 for Core i7-6500U 2.5GHz 8GB 256GB SSD laptop. With which subscription ( for £1 and in return you’ll get £20 off orders over £200 when you shop on Laptops Direct.), anoth…
Looks a good deal at £479.97 for Core i7-6500U 2.5GHz 8GB 256GB SSD laptop. With which subscription ( for £1 and in return you’ll get £20 off orders over £200 when you shop on Laptops Direct.), anoth…
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I bought a similar spec off ebay for £450 and will get a hdd caddy to replace the dvd writer with a 1tb hdd from my ps4 pro. Seems the best way forward although may take a while transferring stuff over. Screen is pretty decent at 1080p and the keyboard feels nice too.
gamerforever
The model number you want is X0N34EA - thats similar spec, but 1080p

Found that here for £483.80 inc VAT
http://www.saverstore.com/productinfo/product.aspx?d=1&product_id=20926908&rw=y

Not much details except this: -
HP 250 G4 Core i7-6500U Windows 10 Professional downgraded to Windows 10 Pro 15.6 FHD SVA AG 8GB DDR4 RAM 256GB SSD DVD+-RW Intel AC 1x1+Bluetooth 4.2 Silver 1 Year Warranty

Edited By: anoop on Dec 07, 2016 11:31
The model number you want is X0N34EA - thats similar spec, but 1080p
Don't think it's full HD at that price. Also is there a graphics card?
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DELL Inspiron 15 7000 15.6" Laptop i7-6700HQ NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M (4 GB GDDR5) £764.99 @ PCWorld

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I'm currently in the look for a medium ranged gaming laptop (world of warcraft & dota) and stumbled across this. Good deal i think but missing a SSD. Thoughts? It seems quite thin too for a gtx h…
I'm currently in the look for a medium ranged gaming laptop (world of warcraft & dota) and stumbled across this. Good deal i think but missing a SSD. Thoughts? It seems quite thin too for a gtx h…
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extremely helpful! i was using other vaguer comparisons. this makes me realise how bad my 940m must be! but only 300 quid and 'needed' it for a marketing trip to scotland as my previous laptop couldn't play xcom 2 despite me following low spec gaming tips on youtube. intel graphics hd 4000 or similar.
jameshothothot
960m good pricr. i recently got 940m second gand for 300. best new 950m i have seen is 500. 950m is equivalent to my 750ti desktop. so this should be sams as 760 desktop? will need to check as out of my price range.

Naa, the 960m is actually a touch slower than the 750ti

Rough comparison, not many about, but an idea: http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-960M-vs-Nvidia-GTX-750-Ti/m27242vs2187
8 gigabytes of ram and three USB3 ports. You can of course fit a generic external DVD reader, writer for about 10 pounds
960m good pricr. i recently got 940m second gand for 300. best new 950m i have seen is 500. 950m is equivalent to my 750ti desktop. so this should be sams as 760 desktop? will need to check as out of my price range.
I don't think you need to spend this much for WoW do you?
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HP 280 G2 MT X9D73ES#ABU Core i7-6700 8GB 1TB DVDRW Win 7/10 Pro £480.00 @ Technoworld

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HP Desktop computer with awesome processor. I think this seems to be a great deal for a high power processor if that's what you're after. £480 is a good price for a full blown desktop with this spec t…
HP Desktop computer with awesome processor. I think this seems to be a great deal for a high power processor if that's what you're after. £480 is a good price for a full blown desktop with this spec t…
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According to pcworld business the pc is as follows: https://www.pcworldbusiness.co.uk/catalogue/item/P240319P HP 280 G2 - Micro tower - 1 x Core i7 6700 / 3.4 GHz - RAM 8 GB - HDD 1 TB - DVD SuperMulti - HD Graphics 530 - GigE - Win 7 Pro 64-bit (includes Win 10 Pro 64-bit Licence)...

Cons:
It only has 180W Power Supply Unit (PSU) which means if you want to add a graphics card and another hard drive you will have to upgrade it.

It's a Micro case!... v small... might give major issues putting in other devices such as a powerful and often large graphics card... see http://www.buildcomputers.net/computer-case-sizes.html

Whilst I'm considering it I think there are several aspects to beware of... the PSU needs enough power to supply all of your devices (and even the GTX 960 I'm considering wants around 90-100W just for itself... putting a larger / more powerfull PSU in a micro case is most likely difficult.

You can almost gaurantee for this low price it would have a stock CPU fan = cheap and noisy... anywhere between £20-£30 could buy you a much better fan, which you would have to be careful would fit into a Micro Case, or go water cooling for £50+ which would fit... although a micro case usually only has between 2-4 fans.

You can almost gaurantee for this low price the memory would be the slowest possible for an i7-6700 which I believe is PC4-17000 Effective speed 2133Mhz = not a big deal.

Pros:
Windows 10 64 bit = roughly £160!
I7-6700 = roughly £290
Compatible motherboard = £50+
then consider the Hard Drive, the PSU, the DVD Drive = roughly £100

All of the pros alone make it viable to purchase a midi case and 500W+ PSU for circa £100 and it still be a bargain!


Edited By: sinfull on Dec 18, 2016 16:19: Accuracy
Voting hot as I do think this is cheap... but just wanted to say that in my experience these type of HP desktop PCs are quite noisy.
Panda221
What do you think is the fastest Graphics card you could fit in here ?! I'm looking for a cheap solid VR machine.


​1050ti is the best card that doesn't require external power as far as I am aware, which would be the simplest option for this PC I reckon. Having said that, it looks like its only a 180w PSU, so it will be pushing it with one of them!

Edited By: TomScrut on Dec 05, 2016 18:37: corrected
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Danjw91
I'd change your title otherwise this will go super cold. To me it's an i7 6700 cpu for £480 when you can get it for like £250. By looking at the link it's within a built pc.


​where is this £250?


The cpu itself costs about £250 bought separately, is what he means


​yeah I know, I meant where can you buy the CPU for £250. cheapest I can see is £297.


​I found it for £275 when I had a look. You weren't searching for the K were you?
What do you think is the fastest Graphics card you could fit in here ?! I'm looking for a cheap solid VR machine.
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MSI GP72 Leopard Pro Intel Core i7 8GB 1TB Gaming Notebook - £829.00 @ Argos

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Was looking around for a mid range laptop and came across this one that looks like a pretty good spec for the money and free delivery. Put yourself in the middle of your favourite games with the MS…
Was looking around for a mid range laptop and came across this one that looks like a pretty good spec for the money and free delivery. Put yourself in the middle of your favourite games with the MS…
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hamzahuk
960m.... Cold from me, seen a few 960m's i7 6700's going for £700ish
Links or stfu
Heat from me
No person 'in the right mind' is gonna pay £829 for this, mediocre specs for a premium price. All the ones for £700 are sold out now, still who's going to pay £700 for this?
hamzahuk
960m.... Cold from me, seen a few 960m's i7 6700's going for £700ish
Links or stfu

Heat from me

Edited By: DerpMan on Dec 04, 2016 09:56
No IPS display or backlit keyboard? Plus its hideous.
Sgbull
hamzahuk
960m.... Cold from me, seen a few 960m's i7 6700's going for £700ish
17 inch screen??

Forget him. He has no prove at all. My last small research shows the lowest price for GP72 is about 799 pound in months before...so 829 is not a bad price at all.
good price considering screen size
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Asus 17 inch i7 GTX 970m gaming Laptop - £999.97 @ Amazon

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Amazon has 100 pounds of the Asus ROG Strix gaming laptop i7 Intel gtx 970m 16 gigs ram
Amazon has 100 pounds of the Asus ROG Strix gaming laptop i7 Intel gtx 970m 16 gigs ram
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maltikism
if only it had a thunderbolt 3 type c port... I really want that gpu future proofing. does anyone know a nice slim 6700hq with one? I don't care too much about the internal GPU, as I plan to go with an egpu


​it's got the USB type c..
PulisOut
The only thing to stop me ordering this on Wednesday was the fact it is covered in orange detail.

Yeah, would have been nicer with something more subtle! I really dislike these machines that look like they are aimed at 13-year old boys. I forked out for a Gigabyte Aero 14 sometime ago as it looks respectable for work etc while ticking all my gaming-on-the-move needs.

Edited By: Scottc123 on Dec 03, 2016 17:12
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K1LLER HORNET
At this price point I'd go for the 1060 version for only a couple hundred more...
...but at a couple of hundred pounds more that would mean the GTX 970m version be cheaper at this price point.
It's so confusing.

jazzuk777
K1LLER HORNET
At this price point I'd go for the 1060 version for only a couple hundred more. A lot more gpu performance.
dozstanford
maltikism
if only it had a thunderbolt 3 type c port... I really want that gpu future proofing. does anyone know a nice slim 6700hq with one? I don't care too much about the internal GPU, as I plan to go with an egpu
If slimness is the order of the day then its perhaps the Razer Blade you are looking for although personally I wouldn't touch one with a barge pole.
What's wrong with the Razer Blade?
Looks like the best gaming notebook on the market.
So you mean at a completely different price point then?

Well you're getting severely short changed in terms of gpu performance.
It costs an extra 20% but you get 80% more gpu horsepower.

Oh and you're missing out on Gysnc too.
Then again it is your money, all I can do is provide my 2 cents.

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Dec 03, 2016 17:08: Update
K1LLER HORNET
At this price point I'd go for the 1060 version for only a couple hundred more. A lot more gpu performance.
dozstanford
maltikism
if only it had a thunderbolt 3 type c port... I really want that gpu future proofing. does anyone know a nice slim 6700hq with one? I don't care too much about the internal GPU, as I plan to go with an egpu
If slimness is the order of the day then its perhaps the Razer Blade you are looking for although personally I wouldn't touch one with a barge pole.
What's wrong with the Razer Blade?
Looks like the best gaming notebook on the market.
So you mean at a completely different price point then?
K1LLER HORNET
At this price point I'd go for the 1060 version for only a couple hundred more...

...but at a couple of hundred pounds more that would mean the GTX 970m version be cheaper at this price point.

It's so confusing.
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ASUS X556UA 15.6 inch Notebook (Intel Core i7-6500, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, Integrated Intel HD 520 Graphics Card, Windows 10) - Black £460.10 Amazon

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It features four visuals modes which can be accessed with a single click Vivid mode optimises contrast for browsing photos, watching videos and movies Eye Care mode reduces blue light levels and is
It features four visuals modes which can be accessed with a single click Vivid mode optimises contrast for browsing photos, watching videos and movies Eye Care mode reduces blue light levels and is
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i went on online chat and they said cannot refund
how?
cawsmawr
any chance amazon refund the difference if i bought at a higher price?

Just looked it up on Amazon and got the difference (£10) back..lovely!
any chance amazon refund the difference if i bought at a higher price?
Down to £450.17 at the moment.
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HP 250 G5 Core i7-6500U 8GB 256GB SSD £468.99 @ BTShop

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Cheaper deal !!!! guess its good for a Core i7 Sure the I5 models and i3 models are cheaper, Can you find a cheaper core i7 model or better? Product DescriptionHP 250 G5 - 15.6" - Core i7 6500U -…
Cheaper deal !!!! guess its good for a Core i7 Sure the I5 models and i3 models are cheaper, Can you find a cheaper core i7 model or better? Product DescriptionHP 250 G5 - 15.6" - Core i7 6500U -…
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marislaudams
Yes. And i3 as well.
So i7 Hq\Mq\Mx >....... i7 U > i5 U > i3 U > ....... and last - Core m or series Y
i7 U will be +/- same performance as i7 in 2011-2012, but as it has just 2 cores it will be slower with multicore applications (rendering, optimised games, etc).
Avoid as plague was too harsh, but if you seeing cheap i7 and expecting proper i7, you should check is it proper i7 :D
p.s. Best 6th series i7 U gets about 5k passmark, worst 'proper' i7 getting ~8k (best 'proper' - 10.8k). Best i5 U - 4.8k. Best core M (Y series) - 3.5k

that was a good explanation, cheers
Intel Core i5-5200U - Average CPU Mark - 3481

About same performance as i5 in 2009 - 2010, but much better on battery, so you can enjoy working in train, airplane, park, beach, etc :)

Edited By: marislaudams on Dec 02, 2016 18:18
Yeah I thought all virtually all laptops have the 'u' variants in them, Might explain why my HP work laptop with an i5 5200u rather sucks balls in the performance arena


Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 02, 2016 18:07
Yes. And i3 as well.

So i7 Hq\Mq\Mx >....... i7 U > i5 U > i3 U > ....... and last - Core m or series Y

i7 U will be +/- same performance as i7 in 2011-2012, but as it has just 2 cores it will be slower with multicore applications (rendering, optimised games, etc).

Avoid as plague was too harsh, but if you seeing cheap i7 and expecting proper i7, you should check is it proper i7 :D

p.s. Best 6th series i7 U gets about 5k passmark, worst 'proper' i7 getting ~8k (best 'proper' - 10.8k). Best i5 U - 4.8k. Best core M (Y series) - 3.5k
marislaudams
If you see U or Y in cpu's name and you are not buying tablet or ultraportable laptop, then avoid like the plague.
Y - (dual or quad core) Ultra Low Voltage, terrible performance
U - (dual core) Very Low Voltage, low performance
Q - (quad core MQ\HQ) - Low Voltage, good performance
MX - extreme series - Highest Voltage, good performance (not always better than Q series)

Interesting, it seems every single i5 pcworld sells is a U though
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/703_7006_70006_xx_ba00002917-bv00309361-ba00002921-bv00307907-ba00002522-bv00169428/xx_xx_xx_xx_5-6-8-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24-25-26-27-28-29-30-31-criteria.html
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HP 250 G5 Intel Core i7-6500U 8GB 256GB SSD 15.6" Windows 7 Professional 64-bit - £525.26 - BT Shop

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Looks like a good deal for a laptop with 256GB SSD, Full HD(1920x1080) and Core i7 (6th Gen) 6500U. £525.26 from BT Shop, can order now, but there is no confirmed delivery date.
Looks like a good deal for a laptop with 256GB SSD, Full HD(1920x1080) and Core i7 (6th Gen) 6500U. £525.26 from BT Shop, can order now, but there is no confirmed delivery date.
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The Windows 10 version is £468.99 ?
But isn't FHD
The Windows 10 version is £468.99 ?
The Windows 10 version is £468.99 ?
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ASUS GL552VW 15.6 inch Notebook (Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.6 GHz Processor, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, 256 GB SSD, DVDRW, NVIDIA GeForce GTX960M Graphics, Windows 10) - Black - £799.99 @ Amazon

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Just seen this come up on Amazon looks reasonable for the price and was supposidly £931.55 rrp. Some may call it a gaming laptop and some will look to bury those who call it a gaming laptop...let t…
Just seen this come up on Amazon looks reasonable for the price and was supposidly £931.55 rrp. Some may call it a gaming laptop and some will look to bury those who call it a gaming laptop...let t…
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I actually did end up going for this. My only pain about gaming laptops is the size of them. Can you get a laptop with the specs of this but without such thickness? For example without the cv drive... I will probably never used the cv drive so it's just wasted size and weight.
Any links would be great or names of laptops that are thin but good for mid range gaming.

HP Omen is 0.8mm thinner than this one.
Gone up to £999 just missed it was very tempted to buy
Thank you kiish. I don't desperately need a laptop yet, I just want one so I'll try to wait =)
JinxieJem
Is it possible to get a Gtx 1060m laptop for under £1000?

No but GTX 1050 should be, it still is substantially better than current 9xx gfx cards. It's supposed to be announced at CES in January so really I would advice people to hold off buying any expensive laptops.


Edited By: kiish on Dec 03, 2016 21:47: .
I actually did end up going for this. My only pain about gaming laptops is the size of them. Can you get a laptop with the specs of this but without such thickness? For example without the cv drive... I will probably never used the cv drive so it's just wasted size and weight.

Any links would be great or names of laptops that are thin but good for mid range gaming.
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HP Omen 15-Ax002na Intel® Core™ i7-6700HQ, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD & 128GB SSD, 15.6 Inch Full HD Laptop, 4GB DDR5 Nvida Geforce GTX965M Graphics - @Very - Was £1,049.99 Now £798.99 Save £251.00 (possible price ~£719 with Quidco)

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Not the best for bleeding edge gaming by a long shot, but good price on this model, currently £999.99 on Amazon. Possible 2% Quidco http://www.quidco.com/very/? or 10% for new customers (thanks Oliex…
Not the best for bleeding edge gaming by a long shot, but good price on this model, currently £999.99 on Amazon. Possible 2% Quidco http://www.quidco.com/very/? or 10% for new customers (thanks Oliex…
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Royalmailtheives
Mine has supposedly been delivered and signed for! Funny that seeing as ive been sat here with my wife all morning..... some **** sod has nicked it. Well done romanian mail!
Oh god. Hope you can get this resolved. Very's Twitter and Facebook pages are your best methods to make a complaint. Ask to see the signature. Keep pestering them even if they try fobbing you off.


Edited By: preecey on Dec 03, 2016 09:38
My friend's laptop arrived yesterday and I set it up for her.

I have never personally used any laptop with an SSD drive and was amazed by how quickly it operates. Starts up in seconds. Was really blown away.

Makes me wonder how people can cope with regular 5200rpm old fashioned drives nowadays in cheaper laptops.
timmer80
Not sure why I cant login to my account, but anyway, my tracking number now does not even exist!
Ive sent an email to Very, I don't think ill be getting one in all honesty. Bit of a farce.

EDIT - Its now saying its on its way and will be delivered tomorrow by the guaranteed time... which I assume is 1pm. So who knows whats really happening. Ill probably end up with a new Fridge or something

Did the new fridge show up?
Royalmailtheives
Mine has supposedly been delivered and signed for! Funny that seeing as ive been sat here with my wife all morning..... some **** sod has nicked it. Well done romanian mail!

Unlucky mate. With it being out of stock now best you can probably do is a refund :(
Mine has supposedly been delivered and signed for! Funny that seeing as ive been sat here with my wife all morning..... some **** sod has nicked it. Well done romanian mail!
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MSI GP62 6QF (i7 GTX960M 2GB GDDR5) £743.00 @ yoyotech

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Windows 10 Home Latest 6th Gen. Intel® Core™ i7 processor GeForce® GTX 960M graphics with higher performance 15.6" GAME HUNTER NVMe M.2 SSD by PCIe Gen3 X4 up to 2200MB/s speed(optional) USB 3.0
Windows 10 Home Latest 6th Gen. Intel® Core™ i7 processor GeForce® GTX 960M graphics with higher performance 15.6" GAME HUNTER NVMe M.2 SSD by PCIe Gen3 X4 up to 2200MB/s speed(optional) USB 3.0
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noiren
Wish it had a 1060/1070 but considering cheapest one is double the price I'll say this is very hot.


​I'd say you have very wishful thinking.


Only wishful until it happens ;)
The only reason why it hasn't happened is cos Nvidia has a monopoly and they're milking for all they can atm across the board
noiren
Wish it had a 1060/1070 but considering cheapest one is double the price I'll say this is very hot.


​I'd say you have very wishful thinking.
They are legit company, bittech recommended these guys few years ago
They are legit company, bittech recommended these guys few years ago
anyone used this seller before?
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HP 15-ay168sa 15.6" Laptop with Latest 7th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 Processor £500.00 @ PC world

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This Laptop has an i7Intel® Core™ i7-7500U Processor - Dual-core - 2.7 GHz / 3.5 GHz (with Turbo Boost) - 4 MB cache Absolutely Incredible for the Price of £500 - the original price for this lap…
This Laptop has an i7Intel® Core™ i7-7500U Processor - Dual-core - 2.7 GHz / 3.5 GHz (with Turbo Boost) - 4 MB cache Absolutely Incredible for the Price of £500 - the original price for this lap…
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can I run 3 instances of battlefield one side by side at the same time on this? while Photoshopping and with 8 instances of Adobe premier open?
Mitzz
......ideal for Gaming, ....

With "u" series cpu & integrated graphics it most certainly is not. There have been plenty of offers cheaper than this that will do a lot better.
Hmmm a dual core i7 with no SSD and a terrible 1366x768 resolution I'm sorry but that is not a good deal.

You can get an i5 with similar performance, 256gb ssd and an ips full hd display for similar money

I have one that is 17" and it is in no way a replacement for my main pc - so have to disagree there :) - in my opinion that is :)

Edited By: loupou22 on Nov 27, 2016 15:03
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Dell Inspiron 17 5000 Series Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 1TB, 17.3" Full HD, Black £449.00 @ John Lewis - 3 year guarantee included

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Could be someone posted it already but it seems a fantastic deal for I7 with 8GB ram.
Could be someone posted it already but it seems a fantastic deal for I7 with 8GB ram.
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andreasuk
Finally its up and running.
I took the laptop to a service and they got the screws out. They had to force it out and broke the threads but at least they are out. Installed the windows using the tool mentioned earlier.
Running well with the new SSD put in. Im just waiting for the caddy to arrive.
I have a feeling I am going to do the same. Did you manage to drive them back in once finished?
I didnt drive them back..its impossible as there are no threads in them.
IMO Its better to leave them out as you might need to open up the back again in the future to put extra memory in it or to put a bigger SSD in it.
andreasuk
Finally its up and running.
I took the laptop to a service and they got the screws out. They had to force it out and broke the threads but at least they are out. Installed the windows using the tool mentioned earlier.
Running well with the new SSD put in. Im just waiting for the caddy to arrive.

I have a feeling I am going to do the same. Did you manage to drive them back in once finished?
Finally its up and running.
I took the laptop to a service and they got the screws out. They had to force it out and broke the threads but at least they are out. Installed the windows using the tool mentioned earlier.
Running well with the new SSD put in. Im just waiting for the caddy to arrive.
kevin1961
It should be but you may need to alter the boot order in the BIOS


​thank you!
andreasuk
do you guys know if it's possible to install windows using an external DVD drive (connected by USB)?

You can install from a USB stick (i did this) or from CD. Create the media from this link
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Intel Skylake i7 6700 and Asus H170M-PLUS - Socket 1151 Motherboard Bundle £377.99 delivered @ Overclock

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Motherboard Bundle Contains: Asus H170M-PLUS Socket 1151 Motherboard Intel Core i7 6700 Skylake Processor And Fan
Motherboard Bundle Contains: Asus H170M-PLUS Socket 1151 Motherboard Intel Core i7 6700 Skylake Processor And Fan
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7700k should come out by end of December, not a huge upgrade to performance though
Bought a new 6700 oem (as I always buy a aftermarket hsf) for 200 in March
I can't find this sort of thing as a deal
Wondered why it was so cheap and noticed its a 6700 non k
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Lenovo IdeaPad 310 - 15.6 Inch Intel Core i7 8GB 1TB Laptop Bundle £404.99 @ Argos / £10 at Quidco on top

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Use code LAPTOP10 at checkout for it to reduce down to £404.99. Bundle includes wireless mouse and bag. Great spec for the money. There seems to be plenty of stock around too. LENOVO IdeaPad 310-15…
Use code LAPTOP10 at checkout for it to reduce down to £404.99. Bundle includes wireless mouse and bag. Great spec for the money. There seems to be plenty of stock around too. LENOVO IdeaPad 310-15…
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Abit annoying about the non removable battery
vicky_icon2008
I am getting at £469.99*. should I buy or wait? any discount code?

There's no Codes for this I'm as yet aware of?, but .....

Go via either TopCashBack, OR Quidco for anything from a further 1%-10% off the above stated cost/price also, hehehe. :-)

Bare that in mind too.
I am getting at £469.99*. should I buy or wait? any discount code?
slliw
michellecullen58
P.s ...I have no idea what an SSD is either.....
SSD solid state drive. They have no moving parts in them and thus can load programmes and boot up a pc up to 10 times faster then a conventional hard drive. They cost a lot more and tend have lesser capacity then normal hard drives


​Thanks
mitchesonjohn
Back up to 499 now.:(

Try this instead perhaps?, you may also like:

Lenovo Ideapad 310 8GB DDR4 RAM i5-6200u Full HD £379 @ pcworld.co.uk
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-ideapad-310-8gb-ddr4-ram-i5-6200u-full-hd-379-pcworld-co-uk-2564437

Plus, an extra £10 Code exists for this on that thread (as per my above/previous comment here?).

Read my above comments ..... thanx. :-)
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LENOVO IDEAPAD 15.6 NOTEBOOK INTEL CORE I7-6500U 2.5GHz 8gb ram £357.00 @ Amazon

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Grab yourself a huge bargain here. This is the cheapest Intel core i7 laptop I've ever seen. Silver colour with Windows 10 full HD SCREEN.
Grab yourself a huge bargain here. This is the cheapest Intel core i7 laptop I've ever seen. Silver colour with Windows 10 full HD SCREEN.
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Hmm, and just one... ONE..
There are a LOT of "dodgy" German 3rd party laptop offers atm. The £357 was a 3rd party offer, was it the same people?
It is up and down in price to me now but when it shows £357 it is not possible to order.
This looks like something Amazon have done for just 1 or 2 laptops, if 2, in order to advertise that they have had massive discounts. Would have been a must buy at £357.000.

I wonder if anyone got one.
WOW! Well done if you bagged one of these.
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Lenovo Ideapad 310 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 2TB, 15", Full HD £449.95 @ John Lewis

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Whilst continuing my search for a decent i7 laptop at around £500, I found this in the John Lewis Black Friday sale. Lenovo Ideapad 310 Laptop Intel Core i7-6500U dual core CPU Nvidia GeForce 920…
Whilst continuing my search for a decent i7 laptop at around £500, I found this in the John Lewis Black Friday sale. Lenovo Ideapad 310 Laptop Intel Core i7-6500U dual core CPU Nvidia GeForce 920…
AardvarkTrainer Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago5 Comments
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No problem I checked for a previous post and couldn't find it - no how do I expire via the app?
There's a challenge! Dunno, but try putting an expiry date of yesterday, it should naturally end then.
No problem I checked for a previous post and couldn't find it - no how do I expire via the app?
Duplicate post, OP do you mind expiring. Not being difficult, but the site is swamped with deals at the mo and duplicates are unhelpful. I'm currently getting notifications for lappies, as, like you I'm on the lookout for a decent one. The other post has lots of helpful information, no point running in parallel. Hopefully you understand...
I wish it had SSD. Does it come with Windows?
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with Pen, Type Cover and Dock (Intel Core i7-6650U 2.2 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Integrated Graphics, Windows 10 Pro) - Silver (BLACK FRIDAY SALE) £799.00 @ Amazon

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OMG! Now 799! Bought 2nd one, previous one was for 949 and it was good deal. Got 2 now... This is steal! Hope is legit sale! Paid by credit card so no worries... Seller look OK, I call him and he…
OMG! Now 799! Bought 2nd one, previous one was for 949 and it was good deal. Got 2 now... This is steal! Hope is legit sale! Paid by credit card so no worries... Seller look OK, I call him and he…
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muchcheapness
Gutted, i missed that one... i just feel like its not meant to be!

I was about to post this deal on HUKD but got bad experience ;)
Gutted, i missed that one... i just feel like its not meant to be!
marcz
It was £971 yesterday. i5 256 8 with xbox one s minectaft. today price rise.

Oh my mistake
It was £971 yesterday. i5 256 8 with xbox one s minectaft. today price rise.
misa426
nbgrobbo
misa426
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muchcheapness
go the cash today.. so far I think the very offer is the best :-)
But it's £116 more expensive now​
You can find this bundle cheaper than the current price?
Currys deal
Apples and pears
Currys deal works out cheaper for the Surface if you get rid of the Xbox One S, than if you were to get rid of the extras

Perfect comparison then X)
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HP OMEN 15-ax011na Laptop 15.6" 4K UHD i7-6700HQ 16GB 256GB SSD 1TB HDD GTX 965M £1,019.15 @ HP

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Can't believe I'm first one to post this but a search didn't come up with other posts. So here it goes. HP website is now 15% off everything until end of Monday. Use code:SAVE15 This laptop is 2…
Can't believe I'm first one to post this but a search didn't come up with other posts. So here it goes. HP website is now 15% off everything until end of Monday. Use code:SAVE15 This laptop is 2…
fransky Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago19 Comments
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Code was in the OP. Save15. Deal has expired now though.
addyb
For gaming and HP go for this instead.http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?sel=NTB&id=Y3W46EA&opt=ABU
£1146 with code and at that price it's a good spec.
Windows 10 Home 64
Intel® Core™ i7-6700HQ Quad-Core processor
43.9 cm (17.3") diagonal Full-HD (1920 x 1080) display with G-SYNC™
8GB RAM memory with 128GB SSD and 1TB storage
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 (6 GB GDDR5 dedicated)


Hi, I am interested in this however I can only see it marked at the price of £1,349.00. Did you mention a code that reduced it down to the price you seen?

Many Thanks!
Looks good to me as I would prefer 4k screen and more RAM for productivity.

Am I right in thinking there is a mis-type in the specs and there isn't 2x256gb ssd but 1x256gb ssd + 1tb hdd?
For gaming and HP go for this instead.

http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?sel=NTB&id=Y3W46EA&opt=ABU

£1146 with code and at that price it's a good spec.

Windows 10 Home 64
Intel® Core™ i7-6700HQ Quad-Core processor
43.9 cm (17.3") diagonal Full-HD (1920 x 1080) display with G-SYNC™
8GB RAM memory with 128GB SSD and 1TB storage
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 (6 GB GDDR5 dedicated)
You'd have to be out of your mind to spend this much on a HP and if spending over £1000 on a laptop, a MacBook Pro is the only choice.
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6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 6700K 4.0GHz Socket LGA1151 (Skylake) Processor - Retail - Black Friday Promo - £299.99 @ Novatech

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Hurry there is only 1 left in stock for this offer. Usually priced at £327.97
Hurry there is only 1 left in stock for this offer. Usually priced at £327.97
TricolorChutoy Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago1 Comment
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still £327.97 for me
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with Pen, Type Cover and Dock (Intel Core i7-6650U 2.2 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Integrated Graphics, Windows 10 Pro) - Silver (BLACK FRIDAY SALE) £949.00

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Hi, Just bought 1, 8 left in stock. I was looking for Surface to work (graphics designer) and last best deal was with xbox for i5, here you got i7 with type cover and dock for 20 quid less. I believe…
Hi, Just bought 1, 8 left in stock. I was looking for Surface to work (graphics designer) and last best deal was with xbox for i5, here you got i7 with type cover and dock for 20 quid less. I believe…
marcz Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago2 Comments
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gone 10 tablets in 15 minutes hehe
quick 4 left....
https://s13.postimg.org/hcimnrrc7/surface_pro_4.jpg
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ASUS K501UQ 15.6 inch Notebook ( i7-6500U, 12 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce 940MX Graphics Card, Windows 10) - Grey £699.97 Amazon

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1920 x 1080 HD display Graphics card is either a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M or 940MX. Both cards listed on spec detail Looks good to me. This is not a gaming laptop. Get this instead http://…
1920 x 1080 HD display Graphics card is either a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M or 940MX. Both cards listed on spec detail Looks good to me. This is not a gaming laptop. Get this instead http://…
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Dell XPS 15 with 15.6 inch Full HD InfinityEdge Display, Intel Core i7, 16Gb RAM DDR4, 512Gb SSD Laptop with 2Gb Nvidia GTX960M Graphics - Aluminium Silver @ VERY for £1,249.00

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£1249.00 @ Very
£1499 @ Dell (exc 12% discount) £1479 @ Amazon £1339 @ Littlewoods (...strange thought it would be the same) Extra 10% off if using credit facility making it £1124 (ish) Sadly it's the full HD…
£1499 @ Dell (exc 12% discount) £1479 @ Amazon £1339 @ Littlewoods (...strange thought it would be the same) Extra 10% off if using credit facility making it £1124 (ish) Sadly it's the full HD…
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GoNz017
I voted cold as a owner of one as the build quality is shocking, it took 4 new replacements to get one that visually looked ok and I am still waiting for a BIOS fix to address the screen flicker.

omg - that's disgraceful! I was going to get one, but you and a friend have put me off! :o
I voted cold as a owner of one as the build quality is shocking, it took 4 new replacements to get one that visually looked ok and I am still waiting for a BIOS fix to address the screen flicker.
paid less for the 1TB SSD & 4k touchscreen version from the Dell outlet, mind you it was a refurb
I'm not a fan of the 900 cards either but the form factors of the current, new pascal offerings really suck to be carrying around. Not sure if it's worth holding on for a 1050 Ti version of this if it's due to materialise....?
I appreciate the form factor and all, but it's too much money for a geforce 900 card now :(
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New kaby lake i7 qhd+ touch screen gold Dell xps 13 £999.00 @ Very

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I7 256gb ssd and 8gb ram A saving of nearly £200 over the current dell promotion on this Also a further £100 discount if you buy it on a buy now pay later 0% interest deal making it a cracki…
I7 256gb ssd and 8gb ram A saving of nearly £200 over the current dell promotion on this Also a further £100 discount if you buy it on a buy now pay later 0% interest deal making it a cracki…
chaneyp Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago51 Comments
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yabbas
Crazy - it was back in stock yesterday! I didn't blink this time - ordered it at £899 + £3.99 delivery.

Check stock :D


its ended again today, how do you unexpire a deal? I got mine within a day, It was sent direct from the factory. Amazing laptop

Edited By: chaneyp on Nov 29, 2016 08:08: spelling
Crazy - it was back in stock yesterday! I didn't blink this time - ordered it at £899 + £3.99 delivery.

Check stock :D
c00kiemonster72
Cold because its Very!

Yeah would much rather pay an extra £400 at any other retailer, completely agree
mikeyrobbo
​wouldn't be surprised if ram and add were soldered in tbh
The RAM is soldered, but (M.2) SSD can be easily replaced.
Cold because its Very!
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£449.95 Silver Lenovo Ideapad 310 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 2TB, 15.6", Full HD +3 year guarantee included, free del. or Microsoft 900 Wireless Mouse bundle £464.90 @johnlewis.com

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update: silver version £449.95 or black(linked) bundle £464.90 superb specs for me
update: silver version £449.95 or black(linked) bundle £464.90 superb specs for me
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luckies
Still no bloody SSD oO but otherwise good specs


​can you explain what SSD is and why you think it's needed? is it essentially just a faster form of drive over an HDD?
hi. sorry for the stupid sounding Q but need an answer for this: anyone knows what is the difference between the guarantee and the Added Care?
snakey_b
Mine came today.... First impressions very good. Fairly light for the size and nice looking in silver.. Its also silent unlike my old advent i7 which got absolutely boiling and sounded like a jumbo jet!

Give it time mate
Mine came today.... First impressions very good. Fairly light for the size and nice looking in silver.. Its also silent unlike my old advent i7 which got absolutely boiling and sounded like a jumbo jet!
tpes
Can't see anywhere it offers free wireless mouse?
too late oos
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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
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
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Has anyone had any issues with backlight bleed? My screen has a bit but I don't know if I'm being fussy...
zeberdys

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.
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Asus Rog Strix Gaming Laptop GTX 1060 i7-6700HQ 16GB RAM FHD - £1,099.99 @ Amazon

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Asus Rog Strix Gaming Laptop GTX 1060 i7-6700HQ 16GB RAM FHD 1TB 128GB SSD @ Amazon.co.uk Cheapest anywhere online for this version of the strix (gtx 1060) According to Camel this was £1349.99…
Asus Rog Strix Gaming Laptop GTX 1060 i7-6700HQ 16GB RAM FHD 1TB 128GB SSD @ Amazon.co.uk Cheapest anywhere online for this version of the strix (gtx 1060) According to Camel this was £1349.99…
jamb0jamie Avatar3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago8 Comments
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Damn I missed this :/
jamb0jamie
Expired as price now £1349 / sold out

Scumbag Amazon.
Expired as price now £1349 / sold out
great deal i just wish it had the 1070. for a bit more
A medion laptop was posted with similar specs recently for less money if someone's after a gaming laptop
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Intel I7-6700K at 4.5GHz, Asus Z170 Maximus VIII Hero Motherboard, 16GB DDR4 at 3000MHz, Techlabs Extreme 240mm Hydro CPU Cooler £511.09 from Overclockers UK

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- Skylake i7 6700K OEM: Providing hyperthreading quad core (8 threads) technologies with huge overclocking headroom a staggering 8MB of L3 Cache for responsive and efficient computing. - Asus Z170
- Skylake i7 6700K OEM: Providing hyperthreading quad core (8 threads) technologies with huge overclocking headroom a staggering 8MB of L3 Cache for responsive and efficient computing. - Asus Z170
Joe909090 Avatar3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago40 Comments
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Now back on I think.
Reviews look good, on par with d14.
moh223
In the end I went with Noctua C14S. It seemed the best based on my case and fit too. Working well so far.
In the end I went with Noctua C14S. It seemed the best based on my case and fit too. Working well so far.
Would this cooler fit into a Fractal R4? Never played with a water cooler before
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HP 250 G5 Laptop (i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB M2 SSD, 15.6" LED Anti Glare screen) £469.00 Delivered @ eBuyer

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I was quite impressed by this machine, so thought I would share. It's not often you get a branded i7 for under 500 quid, and with an M2 SSD and a decent sized screen, this would be the perfect machine…
I was quite impressed by this machine, so thought I would share. It's not often you get a branded i7 for under 500 quid, and with an M2 SSD and a decent sized screen, this would be the perfect machine…
msmyth Avatar3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago61 Comments
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Im looking for a laptop which will run smoothly League of Legends. any ideas ???? im looking for a 350-400£.
haritori
That i7 6500U is worthless IMO
for the same money you could pick up an i5 with a 1080p screen.. you really would see very little real world difference, in operation of most applications, and you would benefit with a better power consumption and a better screen.

Linky please :)
£450 now
@OP, reduced to £449 today!
I am happy to pay £150 more if it came with a mid graphics card like gtx950. Wish it did.
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i7 laptop Acer aspire 16Gb RAM 2 TB disk 17" full hd - £639.95 @ John Lewis

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Reduced price from £799, very good spec although not the lightest of laptops.
Reduced price from £799, very good spec although not the lightest of laptops.
tricat Avatar3m, 3d agoFound 3 months, 3 days ago11 Comments
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I purchased this laptop. I do not recommend and will most likely be returning. After spending 30 minutes uninstalling the bloatware I find the laptop slow and unresponsive. Boot time from on button to desktop is > 1 minute. I expect due to the non SSD disks.

Where as the hp 250 (£460) I also purchased with SSDs take 5 seconds to boot and generally way more responsive. (cheap plastic build tho)
Best 17" I could find at this price
How good is this laptop being Acer and all? I've been looking for a laptop with high RAM and 2TB memory for around £500 mark but this laptop seem little "old" fashion! Let me know what you think. Any help, Thanks!
i would rather want it 256 GB ssd ~ but still good price
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Asus ROG Strix 17.3 inch gaming laptop i7 6700hq with gtx 1060, £1,099.99 - amazon

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Asus ROG Strix 17.3 laptop with i7 6700hq, 16gb ram, 128gb ssd, 1tb hdd and 6gb gtx 1060 I've had my eye on this and a few similar ones hoping for a black friday deal, and now it's been reduced by
Asus ROG Strix 17.3 laptop with i7 6700hq, 16gb ram, 128gb ssd, 1tb hdd and 6gb gtx 1060 I've had my eye on this and a few similar ones hoping for a black friday deal, and now it's been reduced by
dunga105 Avatar3m, 3d agoFound 3 months, 3 days ago25 Comments
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Hassann
Are these Strix branded laptops better than the ROG G751's or vice-verser? The reason I ask is because I've noticed the G751's have much larger exhausts at the back and are twice as heavy. I know these Strix are newer and contain newer components but are they actually better? Is the GTX 1060 better than 2015's GTX 970m?



​I think the Strix ones are just below the ROG ones, but there's not a ROG one with a pascal card in it yet. As for the 1060, it's a lot better than the 970m, probably around twice as fast in some games.
Are these Strix branded laptops better than the ROG G751's or vice-verser? The reason I ask is because I've noticed the G751's have much larger exhausts at the back and are twice as heavy. I know these Strix are newer and contain newer components but are they actually better? Is the GTX 1060 better than 2015's GTX 970m?


Edited By: Hassann on Dec 01, 2016 09:07
so sad I missed this, was a crazy deal
pealp
Any idea if this price will come back?


bill said it may come down on cyber Monday.
pealp
Any idea if this price will come back?


​I wouldn't count on it. The hp laptop posted this morning looks to be the next best thing for the price
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Asus X556 15.6" Laptop i7 12GB RAM 2TB HDD £539.99 with code @ Argos

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This seemed like a good deal to me, I know it's not got an SSD or dedicated graphics, but other than that the specs sound fairly decent to me. Especially if you get it today whilst there is still 10%
This seemed like a good deal to me, I know it's not got an SSD or dedicated graphics, but other than that the specs sound fairly decent to me. Especially if you get it today whilst there is still 10%
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I mean it has some meaty specs but it's lacking ssd and gpu as the poster said which make it a bit unbalanced. I should point out ssd upgrade is easy but it's extra money. Leaves you with a 2tb hdd also....

I more thought of putting a small ssd in the optical bay for the O/S ect. I need more than 256GB of storage and larger ssd's are too expensive. I don't do anything that is graphics intensive so no problem with onboard.
I mean it has some meaty specs but it's lacking ssd and gpu as the poster said which make it a bit unbalanced. I should point out ssd upgrade is easy but it's extra money. Leaves you with a 2tb hdd also....
how many pornos can you keep playing simultaneously on a 16gb ram? thanks in advance
Cambridge, Kettering and Wellingborough have them for those in East Midlands. Not sure how much I rate it though, decent processor and RAM, but no SSD, and no dedicated graphics. I'd prefer an SSD and 8GB RAM and sacrifice the 2TB HDD and 12GB
hot from me if you can find stock