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HP Pavilion Laptop, Intel Core i7 (7th Gen), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, £599.95 @ John Lewis

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Great specs for the price, especially when compared to Dell XPS / Macbook / Surface Model: HP Pavilion 14-al118na Processor: Intel Core i7 (7th Gen) Memory: 8GB RAM Drive Space: 256GB SSD Graphics Ca… Read More
Great specs for the price, especially when compared to Dell XPS / Macbook / Surface Model: HP Pavilion 14-al118na Processor: Intel Core i7 (7th Gen) Memory: 8GB RAM Drive Space: 256GB SSD Graphics Ca…
Lucidity Avatar1d, 13h agoFound 1 day, 13 hours ago16 Comments
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My experience of Hp laptops is they are pretty shoddy - had an envy and the key board basically buckled and the touch pad was horrendous to click

I bought an HP laptop and had problems the moment it came out the box, I'm good with fixing computers but I just couldn't fix it no matter what I tried. I took it back the same day and swapped it for an Acer of the same price and it hasn't missed a beat.

there's something about HP that I just don't trust, I've only ever had 2 laptops from them and neither of them filled me with confidence.

Edited By: stevenmcdowall39 on Jun 27, 2017 21:12
luvsadealdealdeal
the business laptops are pretty good, lots of aluminiumgot 2 with the £100 trick and they've been fine

So does cooking foil...
bought a 17 inch hp laptop from Currys for my wife. after 1 week of use the fan stopped working. waited 5 days for repair.

it feels quite poorly made. when it comes to laptops I love my Mac book and I'm no apple fanboy
Mickykeen12
£100 trick? Please enlighten me...

might take a bit of googling :)
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Lenovo V110 15.6" Intel Core i5 4GB RAM 128GB SSD Windows 10 Laptop Black £399.97 @ tesco

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Seems like an amazing price for 128GB SSD. Considering buying for personal use - any feedback? I'm hoping the relatively low RAM will be offset by SSD Read More
Seems like an amazing price for 128GB SSD. Considering buying for personal use - any feedback? I'm hoping the relatively low RAM will be offset by SSD
ldepak1 Avatar1d, 17h agoFound 1 day, 17 hours ago18 Comments
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Eh? An i3 5th gen, SSD not included.
It does come with a 256GB SSD
Not according to the blurb from your link: "256GB SSD Not Included". Regardless, the i3 part is the main problem with your comparison argument
It wasn't my link. However, if you do read the link correctly it does state
Solid State Drive 256GB SSD
Hard Drive Not Included - 256GB SSD

Unfortunately many companies detail laptops, incorrectly, this way, where they class the Hard Drive as different to an inbuilt SSD drive.
tonysat
sallyforth
Eh? An i3 5th gen, SSD not included.

It does come with a 256GB SSD


Not according to the blurb from your link: "256GB SSD Not Included". Regardless, the i3 part is the main problem with your comparison argument
Fo3
Lol, amazing price for 128gb SSD? You do realize you can get a 128gb SSD for under £30 on Ebay. And similarly powerful laptops for under £300.


yes a second hand SSD, you can also get a top spec business laptop on eBay for £50*



*second hand and from 2009

Sheesh! :{
milady
Fo3
Lol, amazing price for 128gb SSD? You do realize you can get a 128gb SSD for under £30 on Ebay. And similarly powerful laptops for under £300.
How difficult is it to exchange a hard drive for an SSD if you have never opened up a computer before?
Pretty simple to get to the HDD to swap it for a SSD click.
Linx 12v64 with FullHD 1920x1080, same processor&memory - but only with 64GB built-in storage (extendable), for only £179 @Sainsburys. You choose.
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ASUS VivoBook X556 Laptop, Intel Core i7-7500U, 8GB RAM, 1TB, 15.6" Full HD, Black £479.00 delivered @ John Lewis

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Good quality laptop. The ASUS X-Series laptop combines premium design with all-round features to deliver a superb value laptop for work and play. It's ideal for entertainment thanks to a Full HD disp… Read More
Good quality laptop. The ASUS X-Series laptop combines premium design with all-round features to deliver a superb value laptop for work and play. It's ideal for entertainment thanks to a Full HD disp…
iliveinuk Avatar4d, 1h agoFound 4 days, 1 hour ago54 Comments
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OK I'm onto my replacement of this laptop. seems to suffer from the 100% disk usage problem and updates can't download without having some disk capacity... tried every known solution to bring the usage down but no luck. Overall very disappointing ASUS
paulpso
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Decent spec, shame about no dedicated graphics. But who buys something like this for gaming anyway. It will play older or simpler stuff okay. Also keep in mind a laptop i7 is no comparison to a desk top i7. They're only dual core for a start.
Most i7's in laptops are dual core now, but quad core versions do exist that are used in higher end laptops.
Yeah. This is from 2016. But to be honest the laptop i7s from 2011 were quad core and bench higher than this, which makes this look really bad. But they were in very expensive machines so.. And this is a U version, which are lower tdp and thus generally weaker. The older ones were scaled back desktop ones, Like the same sandybridge architecture and stuff.

For the general consumer, power efficiency is the primary objective rather than processing power. In 2011 most 15.4/15.6" laptops would last 2.5 hrs on battery, modern laptops can double this battery life performance and more.
captainbeaky
2Cells 38 Whrs Polymer Batteryhttps://www.asus.com/Laptops/X556UA/specifications/


Thank you much appreciated.

Schoolboy error not googling it, the majority of manufacturers don't state the watt hour capacity only something like "2 cell or 6 cell" so just assumed the figure wouldn't be out there.

Thanks
Just picked this up and I think the harddrive failed. guess we'll see how the replacement is...
congrevecv
**spannerzone** At the moment I use WD Black, very nippy and reliable.Which SSD/ SSDs do you have in regular use for at least 6 months?I've been considering a Crucial MX300, but it appears to have a short life expectancy


For me it's Samsung if at all possible, I've got the 830, 840 and now 850 - all have performed admirably, the 830 is 5 years old and still at 100% funtionality. Don't get hung up on reviews that go on about limited re-writes but saying that get a Samsung 850 :D and you'll be happy ( no need to get the Pro version as most won't notice any difference and coming from mechanical drive to SSD the standard 850 will fly) - We've seen many people saying how SSD's are unreliable, fail often, short life expectancy - some is true and the same applies to mechanical drives, I've had more of those fail than SSD's (so far no SSD failures) - and it my SSD lasts 4 years I'm happy because I'll no doubt have got a bigger/cheaper drive in 4 years time.

I also have a number of Sandisk drives in lower spec (and relatives) computers and they've been very good too. I do have one Crucial mSata drive in a 24/7 micro server and that's been faultess for the last 2 years in solid use (never turned off)

Of course SSD's are now nearly double the price vs 18 months ago but even now I'd not even hesitate a millisecond about buying one. My work laptop has Win 10 Pro with 8GB and a mechanical drive and it is a total dog when compared to my older Acert 4GB/ SSD laptop - the supposedly professional work laptop sits there chugging away whereas the crappy cheapo Acer laptop boots in 15 seconds from off (not sleep) and is ready to use.

I would confidently say as would millions of others, an SSD is the single most noticable upgrade you can perform vs doubling/quadroupling RAM or faster mechanical drive. Windows installs in a fraction of the time, boot times evaporate, load times are better for applications and for me most importantly the machine just works better and more responsive. Of course gamers and hoarders need big space so that's where SSD's can be costly. I have an SSD for the OS and applications and a mechanical drive for storage.

Edited By: spannerzone on Jun 25, 2017 11:01:
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Toshiba Satellite C40 14" Dual Core Intel Laptop (A1 Refurb) only £159.95 delivered (with discount code) @ Morgan Computers

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Use code : morg10 at checkout for discount to apply. Hardly going to set the world alight with basic specs, but similar processor/screen models retail for around the £230 mark, so a good deal for A1… Read More
Use code : morg10 at checkout for discount to apply. Hardly going to set the world alight with basic specs, but similar processor/screen models retail for around the £230 mark, so a good deal for A1…
cicobuff Avatar4d, 21h agoFound 4 days, 21 hours ago22 Comments
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thenineteenninety
Not to burst the bubble, but wouldn't touch it with a bargepole.
Windows 10 on a 32GB hard drive, plus word & excel and you're already nearing the limit of what you can store on there. Add on a few pictures, videos and music and you're just ducked.
honestly save an extra £50 and get something refurbed for around £220
I knew this was coming, this laptop clearly is not for you or for me. Whilst I have just splashed out that on an X240, not everyone needs a powerful laptop. This is a grade A1 (not an ex-lease) at a good price, for basic computing on the go with a longer battery life than my i5 Haswell processor can last.
Peeps have differing needs.
Its definitely not for me, but part of my day to day job is recommending laptops and telling ordinary people the reason why theyre so **** off with their cheap as **** laptop.
A deal is a deal, yes.. A **** laptop is also a **** laptop, and a deal becomes **** when the product is ****.
So, what would you recommend for £159 then? A four year old beat up laptop with zero battery life? Strange then that reviews do not think it or other budget N3050 laptops are crap.
As I said, it is not for me either, but for anyone after a new (A1 refurb) laptop rather than risking some old, power hungry laptop for doing basic computing on what is there not to like.
I already stated in my description header "Hardly going to set the world alight with basic specs, but similar processor/screen models retail for around the £230 mark, so a good deal for A1 refurb in my opinion for anyone interested in a basic laptop for social media and basic productivity with decent battery life."
So yes, a deal is a deal. Your own opinion on what makes a crap laptop is just simply that, your own opinion. For anyone after a low power laptop with excellent battery life to do such basic tasks on then it is an excellent deal compared to the usual £230 retail price of such.
Unless of course you can post anything better for a similar price in your so called day to day job. Perhaps try posting a few of those 'deals' on here instead of lurking.
your deals cold mate

Well observed, yours are none existent, and failing to answer the question just proves to me what sort of person you are.

Edited By: cicobuff on Jun 23, 2017 23:17
cicobuff
thenineteenninety
cicobuff
thenineteenninety
Not to burst the bubble, but wouldn't touch it with a bargepole.
Windows 10 on a 32GB hard drive, plus word & excel and you're already nearing the limit of what you can store on there. Add on a few pictures, videos and music and you're just ducked.
honestly save an extra £50 and get something refurbed for around £220
I knew this was coming, this laptop clearly is not for you or for me. Whilst I have just splashed out that on an X240, not everyone needs a powerful laptop. This is a grade A1 (not an ex-lease) at a good price, for basic computing on the go with a longer battery life than my i5 Haswell processor can last.
Peeps have differing needs.
Its definitely not for me, but part of my day to day job is recommending laptops and telling ordinary people the reason why theyre so **** off with their cheap as **** laptop.
A deal is a deal, yes.. A **** laptop is also a **** laptop, and a deal becomes **** when the product is ****.

So, what would you recommend for £159 then? A four year old beat up laptop with zero battery life? Strange then that reviews do not think it or other budget N3050 laptops are crap.

As I said, it is not for me either, but for anyone after a new (A1 refurb) laptop rather than risking some old, power hungry laptop for doing basic computing on what is there not to like.

I already stated in my description header "Hardly going to set the world alight with basic specs, but similar processor/screen models retail for around the £230 mark, so a good deal for A1 refurb in my opinion for anyone interested in a basic laptop for social media and basic productivity with decent battery life."

So yes, a deal is a deal. Your own opinion on what makes a crap laptop is just simply that, your own opinion. For anyone after a low power laptop with excellent battery life to do such basic tasks on then it is an excellent deal compared to the usual £230 retail price of such.

Unless of course you can post anything better for a similar price in your so called day to day job. Perhaps try posting a few of those 'deals' on here instead of lurking.





your deals cold mate
hemelskonijn
cicobuff
*sigh* Once again...how many other times....Whilst you and I may be into buying older laptops (mine being a late-circa 2014) Thinkpad X240 i5 430U you are trying to compare apples to oranges.
Is there much point anyone that wants a basic laptop to risk spending £90 on a power hungry Ivy Bridge laptop with questionable battery life at that age for an ex-lease business laptop.
Whilst you and I may take such gambles, and personally I prefer newer ex-lease stuff...there are plenty of users out there that have no need for a powerful CPU, particularly ones as old as that which sap power.
Not much cop for what this particular N3050 is designed for, low power use.
I never posted this deal for it to turn into a comparison with bargain business laptops, there are plenty of other deal threads for that, each of which come with various pros and cautionary cons.
your story would be true if not for specifically the last link i dropped having a low power mode switching the cpu down to 800mhz with the press of a button and with a usage of just over 1.5 Watt making it even at reduced speed a better system then the n3050's 6 Watts. The battery is also more powerful and thus runtime will be greater. weather or not the posted box is a good deal or not very much depends on individual wishes indeed but even then if there are better and cheaper options it is not much of a deal.

Pointless trying to argue with someone that already has it in their head that a second hand 4-5 year old battered up business laptop would be more suitable for the target market, or for that matter one that gets their facts wrong. The run time is not greater, the battery will be heavier as will the laptop in question, especially considering its age. About the only fact you have right is that it is far more powerful...but once again...engage brain perhaps and understand EXACTLY WHAT THIS LAPTOP IS FOR.

For anyone that is interested instead of spending £160 on a business laptop then my advice is to be cautious on the condition and check the battery, you can end up spending a lot more getting it up to spec, involving taking the unit apart as there are many unscrupulous so called refurbishers out there, usually the ones that are not Microsoft Authorised Resellers (MAR's) and don't provide new refurbished Certificate of Authenticity (COA) Windows licences. Trusted sellers like ITZOO and Gigarefurb are two recommended ones.

I got better things to do this evening like watch Glastonbury and The Crystal Maze, and leave you with the stats from the U772.

http://i67.tinypic.com/whcqa8.png

http://i66.tinypic.com/be6dyf.png
Seriously???? N3050 processor??? I would buy an abacus instead!
cicobuff

*sigh* Once again...how many other times....Whilst you and I may be into buying older laptops (mine being a late-circa 2014) Thinkpad X240 i5 430U you are trying to compare apples to oranges.

Is there much point anyone that wants a basic laptop to risk spending £90 on a power hungry Ivy Bridge laptop with questionable battery life at that age for an ex-lease business laptop.

Whilst you and I may take such gambles, and personally I prefer newer ex-lease stuff...there are plenty of users out there that have no need for a powerful CPU, particularly ones as old as that which sap power.

Not much cop for what this particular N3050 is designed for, low power use.

I never posted this deal for it to turn into a comparison with bargain business laptops, there are plenty of other deal threads for that, each of which come with various pros and cautionary cons.


your story would be true if not for specifically the last link i dropped having a low power mode switching the cpu down to 800mhz with the press of a button and with a usage of just over 1.5 Watt making it even at reduced speed a better system then the n3050's 6 Watts. The battery is also more powerful and thus runtime will be greater. weather or not the posted box is a good deal or not very much depends on individual wishes indeed but even then if there are better and cheaper options it is not much of a deal.
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HP 250 G5 Laptop 1TT39ES Intel N3710, 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 15.6" LED - NO OS £209.98 @ eBuyer

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Pretty cheap for this model, even though it's not the i5/i7 version. Would be perfect for some simple web browsing or productivity tasks. This version comes with NO OS, hence the price, so you will ne… Read More
Pretty cheap for this model, even though it's not the i5/i7 version. Would be perfect for some simple web browsing or productivity tasks. This version comes with NO OS, hence the price, so you will ne…
msmyth Avatar5d, 17h agoFound 5 days, 17 hours ago3 Comments
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2nd the need for sad
Good for media centre. These processors are very efficient and with the right drivers support h265 video. Very good for everyday use on browsing, YouTube etc. Also support 4k at 60hz if I remember correctly, however HDMI ports are not v2 so only outputs 1080p 60hz unfortunately.
Guess this one comes down to whether you think the CPU is any good. It's just OK but sluggish with hard disk (depending what OS you use I suppose); If you're gonna put W10 on it I don't think it's worth it. Look for a decent refurb instead.
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ASUS ZenBook 3 Rose Gold Laptop Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 12.5" Full HD £880.00 John Lewis

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Best price this has ever been although only the rose gold colour, I've never seen them below £1000 before, includes 2 year JL warranty too. Sure it'll probably go cold but just posting it in case it Read More
Best price this has ever been although only the rose gold colour, I've never seen them below £1000 before, includes 2 year JL warranty too. Sure it'll probably go cold but just posting it in case it
paul1109 Avatar5d, 23h agoFound 5 days, 23 hours ago3 Comments
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My zenbook is 2 years old

It works fine.

Really pleased with it
Never had a problem with my Zenbook, best laptop I've ever owned and I've owned a few although admittedly not a Zenbook 3..
The 2 customer reviews on JL aren't good and echos what I've experienced and been hearing about Asus laptops.
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iMortor 26 inch MT1.9 3 In 1 Intelligence Bicycle Wheel Permanent Magnet Brushless DC Motor Battery and Control System Mountain Bike Road Bike Leisure Bike App Control Adjustable Speed Mode £ 246.04 was £368.91 plus delivery £62.76 from Banggood.com £308.80

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Cheapest I've seen this even with the delivery costs! I might take the plunge depending on how you guys vote and comment! Promotion Sale From June 21 to June 28. Only 27 units,dispatched in 1 business… Read More
Cheapest I've seen this even with the delivery costs! I might take the plunge depending on how you guys vote and comment! Promotion Sale From June 21 to June 28. Only 27 units,dispatched in 1 business…
Pateo Avatar6d, 16h agoFound 6 days, 16 hours ago23 Comments
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I voted cold as over £300 doesn't seem a good price for the spec and all the disadvantages of buying such an item from overseas. It's the sort of item that really needs to be purchased in the UK or Europe to make sure you get a real warranty and support. Complete e-bikes of reasonable quality start about about £400 and there are always clearance or end of line examples about.
I would say this is not a great deal, its quite cheap for an ebike kit but 3.2ah battery is not great. I have an Oxygen ebike that has 15Ah battery and manages about 60 miles so I doubt this will do much more than 10-15 miles.
If you want a kit either Cyclotricity or Oxygen are your best bet in the UK, but these are more money.
Like one member said you can get whole bikes for £600 that are ready to go, pay a bit more again and shop around and you will have something much better for around £800 that will last forever and also be easy enough to sell on if it is not right for you.

Edited By: Froddo_Baggins on Jun 22, 2017 06:47
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Your pathetic schoolboy attitude, and your strange need to attempt to try and accert some power and superiority over people by trying to correct there grammarisationalisms, I forgot the doofus again, I've seen you do the exact same thing on other post, please correct the grammar if it really makes you feel better for now.

*assert
*their
*posts

Wow, that was all one sentence! I didn't think I would be able to read it aloud all in one breath, but I managed it (win).

To be fair I don't often correct grammar. It's mainly used as a defence mechanism. Sometimes unprovoked in cases of blue-blooded murder of the English tongue.

Oh and welcome to the internet, you must be new here. Strap in!


Shhhh.....
fr33radicalls
Your pathetic schoolboy attitude, and your strange need to attempt to try and accert some power and superiority over people by trying to correct there grammarisationalisms, I forgot the doofus again, I've seen you do the exact same thing on other post, please correct the grammar if it really makes you feel better for now.

*assert
*their
*posts

Wow, that was all one sentence! I didn't think I would be able to read it aloud all in one breath, but I managed it (win).

To be fair I don't often correct grammar. It's mainly used as a defence mechanism. Sometimes unprovoked in cases of blue-blooded murder of the English tongue.

Oh and welcome to the internet, you must be new here. Strap in!
fr33radicalls
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fr33radicalls
Go and read you're first comment again you doofus, possibly the most ridiculous PRODUCT and deal title I've ever seen. You need some sleep boy.
*your
You capitalised 'product', not me. Since the product title and deal title are identical, my intended meaning is perfectly reasonably apprehended. The guy misinterpreted it - fact.
Also, what makes you think I'm a boy?
Your pathetic schoolboy attitude, and your strange need to attempt to try and accert some power and superiority over people by trying to correct there grammarisationalisms, I forgot the doofus again, I've seen you do the exact same thing on other post, please correct the grammar if it really makes you feel better for now.
Don't feed the trolls! If you ignore it, I'm sure it will move on to troll somewhere else :D
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Xiaomi Air 12 Laptop - 4GB RAM 128GB SSD Windows 10 Intel Core m3-6Y30 Gold £365.99 Delivered with code @ Gearbest

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This was posted a couple weeks back, but thanks to my google-fu, I've managed to get the price down to £365.99 with the help of a working code. Use code 'KAir12L' at checkout to receive the discounte… Read More
This was posted a couple weeks back, but thanks to my google-fu, I've managed to get the price down to £365.99 with the help of a working code. Use code 'KAir12L' at checkout to receive the discounte…
msmyth Avatar6d, 17h agoFound 6 days, 17 hours ago31 Comments
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Is this aluminium or plastic case?
Aluminium.

As far as tax goes, its pot luck, but I would say you are more likely not to pay, but still a good deal if you do.
Has anybody ordered these? I want to but it seem GB mark them at face value in which case it seems certain that you get 20% extra import duty slapped on it. Could anybody clarify?
Is this aluminium or plastic case?
http://coupons.gearbestblog.com/?c=NEWMIAIR12
Newer version with the m3-7y30 for a little more.
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Gigabyte Z170-Gaming K3 (SKT 1151) + Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED cooler £94.97 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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I know there's a lot of hype surrounding Intel's upcoming releases, but if you're upgrading your current Skylake or Kabylake Motherboard, this is worth looking at. Or indeed if you're building a new m… Read More
I know there's a lot of hype surrounding Intel's upcoming releases, but if you're upgrading your current Skylake or Kabylake Motherboard, this is worth looking at. Or indeed if you're building a new m…
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So looking at this I could buy it and use my I5 2500k with it and look to upgrading my cpu at a later date? Would that work? That way I can have ddr4 ram? Maybe I've read it wrong...
Looks like a good mining board too given the Asrock ones seem to be totally out of stock everywhere now.
Been after a PC upgrade for a while, i currently have i7-3820 CPU with 2011 socket so this looks good, ordered :)
I built a PC for my son based on this board at Christmas

He's happy with it, as am I, 'tis a nice board.


Edited By: Q-Tec on Jun 21, 2017 21:28
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Good board and was excellent value at full price, doesn't get the respect it deserves because it doesn't support SLI which 99% of people won't use anyway.

True. But people like to spend extra on upgradeability that they'll never use.

It's a case of "more power" syndrome.
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Surface Pro 2017 - Intel Core m3 / 128GB SSD / 4GB RAM for students - £719.10 @ microsoft

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Need a university or school email address to get 10% off. Works for all surface pro so price varies depends on which one you choose, this is for the cheapest one Read More
Need a university or school email address to get 10% off. Works for all surface pro so price varies depends on which one you choose, this is for the cheapest one
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Zoostorm SL8 7.5" Quad Core Tablet PC, Intel Atom, 1GB RAM, 16GB Storage, Win10 Refurbished £29.95 Zoostorm eBay

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Quad Core CPU - 4 x 1.33GHz - Turbo up to 4 x 1.83GHz Multi-Touch Screen WiFi Blueetoth Micro HDMI Micro USB Micro SD Support Front & Rear Cameras Microsoft Windows 10 Home Microsoft Office Mobile… Read More
Quad Core CPU - 4 x 1.33GHz - Turbo up to 4 x 1.83GHz Multi-Touch Screen WiFi Blueetoth Micro HDMI Micro USB Micro SD Support Front & Rear Cameras Microsoft Windows 10 Home Microsoft Office Mobile…
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Avoid like the plague soooo slow!
I bought one of these a year ago as new for same price , but very slow with screen lag .
I got one of these, it was a brick, just blue screen on start up, the company wanted to send their own courier to collect also which was very unusual, I delt with the whole return just by contacting ebay about it as they also didn't want to use the messaging system and opted to email directly, it was very suspicious.
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Lenovo Laptop 16GB,Intel i3, 1TB HDD £439.99 - Tesco

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Standard Jargon - "Intel Core i3 (5th Gen) 5005U / 2.0 GHz Processor 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD 15.6" Display (1366 x 768) Resolution" My opinion - Good points: Intel Core i3 processor, 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD. Ba… Read More
Standard Jargon - "Intel Core i3 (5th Gen) 5005U / 2.0 GHz Processor 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD 15.6" Display (1366 x 768) Resolution" My opinion - Good points: Intel Core i3 processor, 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD. Ba…
aligduwani Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago8 Comments
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On the Dell outlet earlier today for £306:
15.6 1080P
i5 7th generation 3.1
8GB RAM
256GB SSD
Radeon 4GB - entry level.
Windows 10
1 year warranty
4 in stock plus another 3 for £280 with a 1TB HDD instead of SSD..
Go via their twitter account as that gives the 15% code you need for these prices. https://twitter.com/delloutletuk
Added:
Cheapest now with SSD is £321 but they still have them for £280 with 1TB HDD.

I'm looking for a laptop for a friend. This sounds great but they seem to have gone now. How often does something like this come up?


Edited By: milady on Jun 24, 2017 11:42
Fatboy7
Arogo? Link please


http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6738345 there you go hun :D
aligduwani
JamieH
I'd rather spend the little extra at this price point for something like this... Linky
I understand, but half the RAM capacity. Hence the deal. Feeling the cold today from this post is quite refreshing 8)
You'll feel the benefits of the SSD and processor long before you'd miss the extra ram. Let alone the screen resolution
On the Dell outlet earlier today for £306:

15.6 1080P
i5 7th generation 3.1
8GB RAM
256GB SSD
Radeon 4GB - entry level.
Windows 10
1 year warranty

4 in stock plus another 3 for £280 with a 1TB HDD instead of SSD..

Go via their twitter account as that gives the 15% code you need for these prices.
https://twitter.com/delloutletuk

Added:
Cheapest now with SSD is £321 but they still have them for £280 with 1TB HDD.


Edited By: Agharta on Jun 20, 2017 12:45: Badgers fart.
JamieH
I'd rather spend the little extra at this price point for something like this... Linky
I understand, but half the RAM capacity. Hence the deal. Feeling the cold today from this post is quite refreshing 8)
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Central Intelligence in HD £4.99 google play

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Central Intelligence on google play in HD to keep forever and ever, had it on my watch list for a while and it's sat at 9.99 so thought at 4.99 was worth sharing, use up some of that cheap play credit… Read More
Central Intelligence on google play in HD to keep forever and ever, had it on my watch list for a while and it's sat at 9.99 so thought at 4.99 was worth sharing, use up some of that cheap play credit…
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When searching for this to make sure it wasn't posted I see how google play deals are voted ice cold. If it has helped just one person then it was worth while :D
Good film, on Sky in 4K if you are a customer with Sky Cinema :)
woop woop. cool film
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Intel Core i5-7500, 4x 3.40GHz, boxed £154.32 @ Play-Asia

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I have this CPU. As I wasnt going to over clock I didnt need a K series. THis processor Does the Job for my gaming. Got it with a Geforce1070 and works like a dream! I Only got it back 3 months ago for £180 so this is a great price.
This processor also supports up to 64GB of DDR4-2400/2133
IS THAT THE BEST it can do?
Back on topic, I have had a few things from Play Asia, although not for several years now; I dont remember any issues with tax + duty to be paid; but there is always the chance it will be stopped and you will get a bill.

I have had a large £150 item with no extras, and an item that was 2p over (currency fluctuations), that I got charged £12 (**** admin charge mostly!!).

The SLOWEST shipping option is usually the safest when it comes to avoiding customs duty.
ritchiedrama

Latest bios updates are almost fixing every memory issue now.
Thanks Ritchie, I can always count on you for a zinger
Is that like Your cat is almost not dead?



Edited By: zizzles on Jun 18, 2017 20:46: credit where it's due
Gkains
ritchiedrama
Gkains
winter_zombie
I'm still going for a i7 when the prices drop this year . as Intel release the new generation Cpu older stock prices will fall
A bit optimistic, as that hasn't happened in previous generations. Minor price drops where a retailer takes the hit might be possible, but Intel haven't dropped any prices AFAIK since the Athlon64 days. And so far, it looks like they are ignoring Ryzen since cutting prices would lose them more profit than losing a few sales to AMD, for now.
As for the rest, Ryzen's memory compatibility hasn't been that bad for a brand new platform as long as people stick to the official speeds of 2400/2666 rather than trying to overclock and get 3000+. Of course, Ryzen gains a fair bit with higher memory clocks so no wonder people try.
* Brand new platform being the important point. Even Intel with it's $12+ billion R&D budget (vs AMD at under $1 billion), has had trouble with new platforms before. X99 (which was the first to support DDR4) had lots of teething issues. Skylake's DDR4 support was solid but a lot slower than Kabylake's (about the only real difference between the two). So far, we've had one leaked review of Skylake-X (from Hexus and Bit-Tech - same owners - who seem to have gotten their hands on a i9-7900X without Intel's NDA) and there seem to be constant BIOS updates too. Sanctioned reviews are due tomorrow AFAIK, so it will be interesting to see if X299 suffers from any teething issues.
Latest bios updates are almost fixing every memory issue now.
Yes, I know. Just waiting for a tech site to review with the latest updates now. When I last looked at DDR4 prices (at 2x16GB kits), the G.Skill Samsung b-dies PC3200 were almost 70% more than the cheapest AData PC3200 ones so once those are are confirmed to work it will make a big difference to the overall costs.


the standard corsair 3200mhz lpx seems to be working for most now too
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ASUS L402NA-GA042TS 14" Cloudbook with Office - Celeron Dual Core, 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC + 1TB Cloud Storage, includes Microsoft Office 365 £199 @ Amazon £199.99

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I've seen HP at this price recently on their Stream 14 but that's now £224.79 as of today. ASUS are down @ £199 so this seems like a good deal, plus it have Microsoft Office 365 included too Brand A… Read More
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Have some Sympathy Heat
Processor Type Celeron
Processor Speed 1100 MHz

Even my £10 crapphone has a better processor!
I would buy a Lenovo MIIX 310 instead!
Junk
You're the only person who thinks this is a good deal.
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ASUS L402NA-GA042TS 14" Cloudbook with Office - Celeron Dual Core, 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC + 1TB Cloud Storage, includes Microsoft Office 365 £199.99 @ Amazon

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Tablet, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 12.3" Touchscreen £915 @ JL & 914.99 @ Argos

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Hi I have seen offer here for i5/ 4GB (2017) version. I believe this one is better. Proccesor: i5 RAM: 8GB (Pro 4 version/previous model) HDD: 256 SSD For only £915 There is 2yr waranty Just che…
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Reading with understanding (_;)

Missed that detail ;-P

Sorry, if i have confused any one.
brraven
I'm not getting it.
Why i5/4GB version for £979 is hotter then i5/8GB for £915 ?!?
The 4GB one is the Surface Pro (5) 2017, you're posting the Surface Pro 4.

So the new one is approx 20% better performance, 50% more battery power, better graphics etc. 8GB would be nice, but it's certainly not the only difference here.
I'm not getting it.

Why i5/4GB version for £979 is hotter then i5/8GB for £915 ?!?
thisiswhyimpoor
Can't see any option for financing...
Same price as Argos as well...

You are correct, Just confirmed with JL, no finance for this item.

Also edited post to include Argos offer. however Argos seems to offer only 1 yr warranty
Can't see any option for financing...

Same price as argos as well...
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ASUS VivoBook X556UA-DM898T 15.6 inch Full HD Notebook (Intel Core-i7 7500 Processor, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD Storage Drive, Windows 10) £599.99 @ Amazon

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It's been this price for weeks tbh, I've had my eye on it but not 100% convinced, tried the keyboard in Curry's and it didn't feel all that good.
Ruffuz - what's better about the one you posted other than it has an SSD? The one in the deal has a better processor no?
Ahh, I see it has a NVIDIA graphics card. I guess if you game then that one is better.

SSD will give much better experience than slightly faster cpu.
Graphic card is just a small bonus.
It's been this price for weeks tbh, I've had my eye on it but not 100% convinced, tried the keyboard in Curry's and it didn't feel all that good.

Ruffuz - what's better about the one you posted other than it has an SSD? The one in the deal has a better processor no?

Ahh, I see it has a NVIDIA graphics card. I guess if you game then that one is better.


Edited By: CarlottaMonroe on Jun 16, 2017 17:52
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Lenovo Ideapad 305, Intel® Core™ I3 Processor, 4Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive, 15.6 Inch Laptop - BlueWas £429.99 Now £259.99 @ Very

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these are from £299 so missed the deal
motionwerk
Did you manage to get it with a free Microsoft Office?

Nope. The drop-down it said to select was only present on the laptops that were £299 and up. I didn't try very hard, though, as I have free educational Office365.
JollyCynic
motionwerk
It is Core i3 5005U, no i3 4005 as listed above. Passmark difference is around 500.


Yeah, got the purple one just now. 5005U instead of a 4005U. With all the discounts over the weekend, got it for £234. Amazing deal, thanks.


Did you manage to get it with a free Microsoft Office?
motionwerk
It is Core i3 5005U, no i3 4005 as listed above. Passmark difference is around 500.


Yeah, got the purple one just now. 5005U instead of a 4005U. With all the discounts over the weekend, got it for £234. Amazing deal, thanks.
It is Core i3 5005U, no i3 4005 as listed above. Passmark difference is around 500.
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Intel Core i7-7700K 4.2 GHz QuadCore 8MB Cache Processor £301.00 @ Amazon

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seems like a good deal, usually retails for around 315-330. Intel is proud to announce its 7th generation Intel Core processor family. Manufactured on the latest 14 nm technology, these processors of…
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malachi
Nate1492
malachi
Nate1492
malachi
Get an Ryzen 1700 instead :p
Same price, worse performance in the applications and uses most consumers have, and more problems?
Pass.
If you are doing video rendering, not using hardware acceleration, you are in the minority. And you'd know what you need anyway.
The 7700k is a great CPU for 95% of consumers.
?? Its £291.78 directly from Amazon and that's gone up from £274 I paid last week.
1700 worse performance in the applications...yes but on a very few. 1700 has more cores and is newer tech. Give it a few months while developers optimize for the new AMD architecture and the 1700 will be more ahead.
1700 is more future proof than buying a 7700K.
A few months? Do you really think parallelism is that easy?http://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey/cpus/
Less than 2% of all processors have more than 4 cores.
Less than .5% have 8 cores or more.
There's a lot of noise about Ryzen, but there isn't much market action.
Also, 'give it a few months' is what people said 'a few months ago'.
I've not a significant shift in games, have you?
I don't understand your point. Buying a 1700 now is cheaper, newer, has more cores therefore its beneficial for the future with upcoming games which will take advantage more than 4 cores. Even better if you want to take the overclocking route.
The cold votes are saying it all.

The Ryzen 7 falls in at 280, the 7700k falls in at 300. Sure, it's cheaper, and has more cores.

But that's where it stops. You are making a *massive* assumption that more cores==better.

We've heard this marketing for over a decade.

The cold votes are actually saying 300 isn't a great historical price for the 7700k, along with a new set of processors being released by Intel. This should give the price a bit of a push downward, closer to 280, that's all the votes are saying.

It's a fickle website, but 10 quid is everything.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amd-ryzen-7-1700-299-99-amazon-co-uk-ocuk-2646030
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ryzen-7-1700-289-99-amazon-1-4-weeks-2675422

10 quid difference changes from cold votes to super hot. Watch for the 290 quid 7700k and it'll be sky high.

Anyway, 'just wait, it'll eventually be good' doesn't hold water, we've waited, parallelism is *VERY* hard to accomplish, and most games simply don't bother.

Especially, why would games focus on the .5% of gamers who have 8 core+ CPUs?

You can keep hoping for miracles and peddling promises of the future, I'll the the faster CPU and wait Ryzen to mature first.

There are plenty of issues with a CPU that is unstable, the gaming performance, and application performance of the Intel is slightly better, the rendering is slower. I don't render much, but the few times I do, I don't care if it takes longer (Software) or I simply use the GFX cards hardware accelerated rendering (Hardware).

So, again, more cores! Great, but to what end? If the current set of games don't benefit, why should I suggest Ryzen to anyone?
malachi
Nate1492
malachi
Nate1492
malachi
Get an Ryzen 1700 instead :p
Same price, worse performance in the applications and uses most consumers have, and more problems?
Pass.
If you are doing video rendering, not using hardware acceleration, you are in the minority. And you'd know what you need anyway.
The 7700k is a great CPU for 95% of consumers.
?? Its £291.78 directly from Amazon and that's gone up from £274 I paid last week.
1700 worse performance in the applications...yes but on a very few. 1700 has more cores and is newer tech. Give it a few months while developers optimize for the new AMD architecture and the 1700 will be more ahead.
1700 is more future proof than buying a 7700K.
A few months? Do you really think parallelism is that easy?http://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey/cpus/
Less than 2% of all processors have more than 4 cores.
Less than .5% have 8 cores or more.
There's a lot of noise about Ryzen, but there isn't much market action.
Also, 'give it a few months' is what people said 'a few months ago'.
I've not a significant shift in games, have you?
I don't understand your point. Buying a 1700 now is cheaper, newer, has more cores therefore its beneficial for the future with upcoming games which will take advantage more than 4 cores. Even better if you want to take the overclocking route.
The cold votes are saying it all.

I rememeber buying an intel q6600 for quad cores as they said they would benefit games .... i waited years; nothing of note. I bought a i5 2500k quad core and a year or 2 later gaming media said 8 cores will be used in a few years by all games / new consoles will be 8 cores. I waited 6 years and still my OC i5 2500k is still very capable on current games. My point is ive heard this marketing tune before ......
Nate1492
malachi
Nate1492
malachi
Get an Ryzen 1700 instead :p
Same price, worse performance in the applications and uses most consumers have, and more problems?
Pass.
If you are doing video rendering, not using hardware acceleration, you are in the minority. And you'd know what you need anyway.
The 7700k is a great CPU for 95% of consumers.
?? Its £291.78 directly from Amazon and that's gone up from £274 I paid last week.
1700 worse performance in the applications...yes but on a very few. 1700 has more cores and is newer tech. Give it a few months while developers optimize for the new AMD architecture and the 1700 will be more ahead.
1700 is more future proof than buying a 7700K.
A few months? Do you really think parallelism is that easy?http://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey/cpus/
Less than 2% of all processors have more than 4 cores.
Less than .5% have 8 cores or more.
There's a lot of noise about Ryzen, but there isn't much market action.
Also, 'give it a few months' is what people said 'a few months ago'.
I've not a significant shift in games, have you?

I don't understand your point. Buying a 1700 now is cheaper, newer, has more cores therefore its beneficial for the future with upcoming games which will take advantage more than 4 cores. Even better if you want to take the overclocking route.

The cold votes are saying it all.
malachi
Nate1492
malachi
Get an Ryzen 1700 instead :p
Same price, worse performance in the applications and uses most consumers have, and more problems?
Pass.
If you are doing video rendering, not using hardware acceleration, you are in the minority. And you'd know what you need anyway.
The 7700k is a great CPU for 95% of consumers.
?? Its £291.78 directly from Amazon and that's gone up from £274 I paid last week.

1700 worse performance in the applications...yes but on a very few. 1700 has more cores and is newer tech. Give it a few months while developers optimize for the new AMD architecture and the 1700 will be more ahead.

1700 is more future proof than buying a 7700K.

A few months? Do you really think parallelism is that easy?

http://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey/cpus/

Less than 2% of all processors have more than 4 cores.

Less than .5% have 8 cores or more.

There's a lot of noise about Ryzen, but there isn't much market action.

Also, 'give it a few months' is what people said 'a few months ago'.

I've not a significant shift in games, have you?
befr33man
Nate1492
malachi
Get an Ryzen 1700 instead :p
Same price, worse performance in the applications and uses most consumers have, and more problems?
Pass.
If you are doing video rendering, not using hardware acceleration, you are in the minority. And you'd know what you need anyway.
The 7700k is a great CPU for 95% of consumers.
We got an Intel haven't we? :))

I've not bought an intel processor for over 7 years, so whatever you 'think' you know is almost surely your assumption.
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Viglen Intel Atom 1.33GHz Quad Core Windows 10 Tablet for £34.00 + £3 Delivery (Free if over £40) at Debenhams

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I bought 2 the from Tesco eBay site brand new for £72. I only use it for one game and it works perfectly.
None left
Yeah good price this but a bit limiting with 1GB RAM :|
This is actually an ok deal, it's just monkeys which see windows and think it's bad. They don't realise they run 100% full windows. No cut to basics android, or non multi tasking overpriced ipad tat.
Do you still get 1 years free office 365?
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Asus ROG - Intel i7-6700HQ, 16 GB DDR4 RAM, 512 GB PCIE SSD, NVIDIA GTX980M 4G GDDR5 Graphics, G-Sync, Windows 10 £1,199.97 @ Amazon

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Has anybody else noticed how expensive toys have become?

Lush.
Has anybody else noticed how expensive toys have become?
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Kazam Tough Shield T700 7 inch Rugged Tablet Intel Quad Core 1.2 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 16 GB Storage, Wi-Fi, Android 4.2.2) - Black £69.99 Sold by Laptop Outlet UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Jellybean 4.2.2 came out in 2012/13 I believe. Wow.
OS version getting a little old though now.....
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Dyson V8 animal £348.00 instore @ John Lewis

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reston, PR2 2TE
COMPUTER SYSTEMS

Home IT Products

OOps!

Ooo. That page doesn't look very strong and stable at all.

Edited By: supermann on Jun 09, 2017 00:43
painstick
I'd have been on this had I not bought the Asus miniPC recently. Some worrying comments on here though. A quick WhoIS check shows the domain has been registered since 19-Feb-2003. Surely if they've been trading for 14 years they must be fairly legit?


The_Hoff
They've been around since 2001 and companycheck/whois all check out OK. I'd probably want to pay on CC though if I wee ordering.


yet not a single review or mention about this site although its been on the web for 14 years with hundreds of products.
Agharta
Be careful making acquisitions like that as you may get in legal trouble.

I assume you mean accusations, and no, you wouldn't get in to legal trouble for that statement.
Their website looks like it was knocked up in DreamWeaver in y2k and they charge actual money to speak to their sales dept, like its some privilege. No thanks.

Edited By: idbirch on Jun 09, 2017 00:20: Jun 09, 2017 00:20
Page not found, looks like they rremoved it.
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Connect 8" Tablet Intel Atom Quad Core 1GB RAM 32GB HDD Wi-Fi Windows 10 Black £40.00 @ ebay (tesco outlet)

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Not the fastest tablet in the world but seems to be on par with the linx vision tablets. Pair it with one of these controllers and you have a servicable indie machine for less than 60 quid. It won't e… Read More
Not the fastest tablet in the world but seems to be on par with the linx vision tablets. Pair it with one of these controllers and you have a servicable indie machine for less than 60 quid. It won't e…
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I have one of these too. I only used it briefly for browsing and it runs bittorrent fine. I don't understand why the manufacturers insist on putting the fully bloated Windows 10 on it. It would make more sense and make the things 100% more usable to have Windows XP on them, maybe Windows 7 at a push. But having Windows 10 with the Store, the whole Metro interface interchangeable with desktop/tablet view, Windows firewall with advanced settings, all admin tools, Windows defender and an overall system that's at least 5 times the size Windows XP's was is just insane. Either make the ROM big enough and put a better processor and more RAM in these tablets or don't bother making them. Or at least make RAM expandable by the user. 1GB of RAM struggles to handle Android 7 in tablets and you're expecting it to run the full Windows 10 ecosystem plus whatever the user installs themselves? It's a rip-off.
One day when I can be bothered I'll clean the dust off mine, wipe it clean inside and install Android x86, Windows XP and/or Windows 7 lite and dual boot into a much faster more enjoyable device that can run most apps and has about twice the user data space as these overbloated slabs of brick.
The one good thing to them (at least on mine) is that they come with a full sized USB port meaning you can install Android, Linux, or Windows XP Windows 7 lite onto a stick and set it to boot from the USB bypassing Windows 10 and being able to run any of these systems and others direct from your live USB stick. You're still going to be hampered by the slowdown of using a USB as the host of your system, WiFi connections might prove impossible, driver issues probable, and although you bypass Windows 10 to an extent by booting straight to your USB it will still be chugging away in the background at a lower power consumption level and still with 1GB of RAM maximum, which is why I'd favour just wiping the whole dammed thing and replacing it with a more manageable system. And if it doesn't work, who cares? Toss it in the bin which is where it'll end up anyway if you persist in running the ever-expanding-in-size Windows 10 that grinds it to a halt if you do anything overly-strenuous like start up a YouTube video on it.
Being a Windows 10 tablet it's not the best tablet for kids. I've had one of these for about a year and it's so slow I never bother to use it. An android tablet is 100 times better
I've got one of these, for the price it does the job but is slow and the touchscreen in landscape never calibrates properly. Was great for loading movies on for the kids on holiday though.
arggghhhh....such a piece of garbage. slow, laggy, vague touchscreen and the best thing about it is how fast it will start to crash and freeze.
I have a 1gb 10 inch tablet with otherwise identical specs, the 1gb alone makes this almost unusable.
I also have a linx 10 inch 2gb version, which chuggs along miles better, it's on the lowest possible end of usable, whereas the 1gb is totally unusable. I use it as monitor for my.cctv ( it dials in to the DVR via a web browser and the app is very light, it still struggles).
I would say save your hard earned pennies and get something with 2gb.
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HP 14 Inch Intel Pentium 8Gram 2TB Laptop Red - Bag & McAfee £289.00 @ argos

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£319 now.
McAfee and an Intel n3710 should make this somewhat sluggish I suspect.
Had it been a Skylake or Kaby Lake pentium that's almost as fast as an i3 6100U/7100U then it would have been a great deal, for this sort of apollo lake Pentium it's fairly average and has been this price for at least six months.
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15.6" HD Screen, Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive - £479.00 on Amazon - £220 off

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This is definitely a cracking price! £479 for an i7 is the lowest I can find by some distance. Looks to be a 4 hour deal only so need to be quick to grab a bargain - 15.6" Display - Intel Core i7 Read More
This is definitely a cracking price! £479 for an i7 is the lowest I can find by some distance. Looks to be a 4 hour deal only so need to be quick to grab a bargain - 15.6" Display - Intel Core i7
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Fo3
Morgy
Fo3
Cold bought an i7 GTX 1060, 1TB HDD laptop for £530 from Amazon.
Can you please share the link to that laptop? Thanks!
It was a one off warehouse deal.
That is a shame! Thanks.
Morgy
Fo3
Cold bought an i7 GTX 1060, 1TB HDD laptop for £530 from Amazon.
Can you please share the link to that laptop? Thanks!
It was a one off warehouse deal.
Fo3
Cold bought an i7 GTX 1060, 1TB HDD laptop for £530 from Amazon.

Can you please share the link to that laptop? Thanks!
The i7 is still dual core I think?

Integrated graphics

No ssd

Poor screen.

I voted hot as it's decent for the price but I would never buy it myself.
JMC19
CarlottaMonroe
Wouldn't go for anything less than FHD/1080p these days. 1366x768 is insufferable, seriously don't do it to yourself.
Depends what you're using it for I guess, home browsing and easy streaming it'll be fine

For home browsing and streaming I would much rather go for FHD screen and skimp on CPU/RAM. Personal choice though.
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ASUS VivoBook K556UQ 15.6" Full HD - Intel Core i7-7500U, 12 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce 940MX 2 GB GDDR3 £799.99 @ Amazon

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Asus have just released their updated version of vivobook, zenbook etc worth checking out. I think they come out in June or July I believe. May help with lowering the prices of previous gen models
Looks like it was £699.99 over bank holiday recently, that was a VERY good price, this is still a good price as well though!
Yes it was £699 on amazon 2 weeks go, I brought it... brilliant laptop! Loads very quickly, good graphics and processor!
bukton
Constantine
I'm tied to buying from Amazon but am struggling to find a good deal


How are you tied to Amazon?


They refunded on an 18 month old nexus 5x as credit... Although even if it wasn't credit, I'd stick with them for how hassle free the whole process was. Consistently great customer service from Amazon for me.
Constantine
I'm tied to buying from Amazon but am struggling to find a good deal


How are you tied to Amazon?
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Dyson V8 Animal cordless £347.90 @ Go-electrical

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Cheaper here and here.
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Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, 15.6", Black & Red at John Lewis for £799.00

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Didn't have Red keyboard tho like in pictures )-;
Exactly same as one I bought and got 2 years warranty.
Do they? Anyone? Or do JL?
Read something that said Currys do a NUS / student discount aswell at certain times.
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HP 14" 14-ax000na Stream Intel 4GB 32GB with office* only £159.00 at @ tesco with code

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Upto £249 now!
philb100
Could you fit an SSD into one of these? doesn't seem bad apart from being crippled by the the paltry 32" GB


No but you could add a large SD card for extra storage. It won't be as fast but will do the job. Tbh for a basic Windows laptop for browsing office etc. It's a great price....
coventgamer
Get a macbook will at least last 10 years whereas this is in the bin within 2 years


I have a macbook but seriously, you are comparing a £159 to the cheapest macbook (air) for £949

even if this lasted you 2 years at £159 you could buy 6 of these over the course of the 10 years apparently a mac would last you.
coventgamer
Get a macbook will at least last 10 years whereas this is in the bin within 2 years


Thanks I've just bought a tractor and ditched my car, should last me 20 years and I'll have plenty of potatoes. Talking of potatoes this tractor has a potato for an engine, slow as f*&k.

Talking of Macbooks the cheapest one I could find is the MacBook Air for £949, I spotted quite a price difference between that and this deal. I've decided to buy 6 of these HP laptops instead as that comes to £954 so yes £5 more than your deal, but 6 x 2 = 12 so that's 2 more years than the Macbook deal, think I got a bargain there.

Edited By: fishmaster on Jun 04, 2017 12:18: Jun 04, 2017 12:18
Get a macbook will at least last 10 years whereas this is in the bin within 2 years
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Gigabyte Intel GA-Z270X-Ultra Gaming LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard £127.98 @ ebuyer.com

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calv1987
Im not about to start getting into a debate with somebody who starts off with cheap jabs like a petulant child.There are plenty of videos showing the higher frame rates on Ryzen rigs due to the CPU usage. I can absolutely guarantee there videos showing the 7700 at 100% CPU usage. Go look it up.Have a great day!


There goes your credibility. Confirmed no idea what you are talking about. Ryzen has never benchmarked higher than the 7700k. Even against the 1800x the bench is at least 15% higher.

Thanks for playing!

Edited By: steve_bezerker on Jun 05, 2017 18:27: truth hurts.
steve_bezerker
calv1987
Whats to Giggle at? ~The IPC of the intel is slightly better (currently) But surely everybody can see the intel 7700k is running constantly between 90-100% usage in the likes of BF1. While the 1700-1800 Ryzen is hitting around 40% which is the reasoning behind having higher minimum frame rates. Anybody building a new rig for any purpose shouldn't be put off by either Intel or AMD. What they should ignore is people trying to bash AMD for absolutely no reasons at all.
I don't think you know enough about computers?
No 7700k has ever ran at 90% for a modern game that's on the market.
There is no such thing as a bottleneck yet for the 7700k. In 2 years time you might be right, but as it stands right now the latest intel chips SLAUGHTER games with ease.

Im not about to start getting into a debate with somebody who starts off with cheap jabs like a petulant child.

There are plenty of videos showing the higher frame rates on Ryzen rigs due to the CPU usage. I can absolutely guarantee there videos showing the 7700 at 100% CPU usage. Go look it up.

Have a great day!
calv1987
Whats to Giggle at? ~The IPC of the intel is slightly better (currently) But surely everybody can see the intel 7700k is running constantly between 90-100% usage in the likes of BF1. While the 1700-1800 Ryzen is hitting around 40% which is the reasoning behind having higher minimum frame rates. Anybody building a new rig for any purpose shouldn't be put off by either Intel or AMD. What they should ignore is people trying to bash AMD for absolutely no reasons at all.


I don't think you know enough about computers?
No 7700k has ever ran at 90% for a modern game that's on the market. The 4700k only hits 80% on heavy load and that's 3 generations old.

There is no such thing as a bottleneck yet for the 7700k. In 2 years time you might be right, but as it stands right now the latest intel chips SLAUGHTER games with ease.


Edited By: steve_bezerker on Jun 05, 2017 16:58
3kliksphilip
steve_bezerker
I mean you could at least try to support your argument with benchmarks and factual data.
No amount of factual data can sway an internet debate, Steve! Your posts made it apparent that you dislike AMD and I hate seeing a one-sided approach go uncontested. I urge anybody in the market to buy a new PC to consider both AMD and Intel CPUs at their pricepoint, and to do the research into benchmarks themselves. CPU development has been stale for the past decade until AMD released Ryzen this year. Although the likes of the Pentium still have a place, at most consumer pricepoints the double/triple thread count that Ryzen offers over Intel is a very convincing alternative.
steve_bezerker
Why do you talk like the market is evolving rapdiddly?
Because for the first time in a decade, the release of Ryzen and its increased core counts is genuinely a game-changer for consumer CPUs. Current Intel CPUs may be 0-10% faster in some games. But Ryzen's are still more than enough to run today's games smoothly, all the while offering 2-3 times more threads for the same price, which is already starting to make a difference. If you're building a system solely for today's applications then you can even get by with a budget system. More than that and you're hoping for some degree of future-proofing, too. Especially if you're thinking of spending... oooh.... £120+ on a motherboard.

Having multiple cores and threads does what exactly? Ryzen looks great on the box, useful for the future blah blah.

It's going to be another 2 years before DX12 fully takes off with gaming.

I didn't claim AMD Ryzen specifically wasn't up to scratch, the guy I responded to was suggesting that the only way to build new PC's was with Ryzen at the helm, and that is quite frankly the opposite of the truth.

In terms of Price vs Performance at 1080p the Intel is still outperforming Ryzen's - easily.

It might not make any difference to the 'google chrome' user - but for any of us who care enough to want a decent rig for gaming (especially when looking at a Z270 mobo) you want the best performance possible in your games - Which is still the 7700k.
steve_bezerker
AzeemB
I thought if you were building a new system AMD Ryzen was the way to go now.
I giggled a bit. Ryzen is cute but Intel is still king.
The only people who are really interested in Ryzen are people who need the hyper-threading for rendering.

Whats to Giggle at? ~The IPC of the intel is slightly better (currently) But surely everybody can see the intel 7700k is running constantly between 90-100% usage in the likes of BF1. While the 1700-1800 Ryzen is hitting around 40% which is the reasoning behind having higher minimum frame rates. Anybody building a new rig for any purpose shouldn't be put off by either Intel or AMD. What they should ignore is people trying to bash AMD for absolutely no reasons at all.
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HP Omen 15-ax200na, Intel® Core™ i7, 8Gb RAM, 256Gb SSD Storage, 2Gb Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Graphics, 15.6 inch Full HD PC Gaming Laptop. £849.99 (£680 after account credit) @Very

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1. Buy any HP Laptop £399+ and select Buy Now Pay Later at checkout.
2. We'll automatically credit 20% back to your account by 13th June 2017, and we’ll email you when we have applied the credit to your account.
Buy Now Pay Later allows you to delay payment for up to 6, 9 or 12 months. The payment free period starts when you place your order.
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I have recently purchased this laptop through 'buy now pay later' and was wondering if the date you stated (13th June 2017) the latest it can be applied? As it is currently the 14th and the credit still hasn't been applied, thanks.
Can a normal hd be installed too or external hd? Surely 256gb aint gonna store many games
Any idea what type of ssd card this uses?
I have ordered, it's too cheap and will get a couple of years out of it
It seems too good to be true with the cashback thing.
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HP Omen 15-ax202na, Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ Processor, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive + 128Gb SSD, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop with 2Gb Nvidia GTX 1050 Graphics £829.99 (£664 after account credit) @ Very.com

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where is this offer on the very site? I can't see anything
It doesn't have a ti, just the standard 1050. Great price though
revo89
Musicrab
revo89
...Yes I may get that one as most my stuff back up on dropbox so prefer having bigger ssd
Has a 1TB hard drive too!

Thanks I couldn't see in the description but rang them up. Wouldn't have even known if it wasn't for your comment :) Also the graphics card is GTX 1050 Ti -something else they forgot to add to description


Are you sure it's a Ti? It seems too cheap even before the 20% credit.
AJ92
dealchaser888
hi, would this harm my credit profile as they might say not successful?
also would I know it at the point of purchase so I know if I could get that 20% off instead need to pay full price
It's a credit check so everyone could be refused but if yours is good then you most likely be accepted. You start by creating an account and then applying for credit if you accepted then you will see how much credit they give you then try and order an item with bnpl in the basket. If there is no option for bnpl or the bnpl code don't work (whilst i the basket) then your not eligible. Simple

Hi, thanks a lot.