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Asus TUF FX505DT 15.6" 120Hz IPS Ryzen 5. GTX1650, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Gaming Laptop £649.99 @ Very (£519.99 when using Buy Now Pay Later)
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Asus TUF FX505DT 15.6" 120Hz IPS Ryzen 5. GTX1650, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Gaming Laptop £649.99 @ Very (£519.99 when using Buy Now Pay Later)

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Posted 19th Sep

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Fantastic price for this laptop.
£649.99 but they credit 20% back to you by 14th November 2019 if you use code PEHFM and Buy Now Pay in 12 months

KEY FEATURES
AMD Ryzen 5 3550H Quad Core Processor
15.6" Full HD 120Hz IPS Screen
Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
8GB DDR4 RAM
256GB PCIe NVMe SSD
Dedicated GeForce GTX 1650 4GB Graphics
USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth
RGB Backlit Keyboard


Note: some of the specs in the description on the Very website are wrong!!



I have just received my HP from this deal at the same price and very similar specs
hotukdeals.com/dea…294
Undecided whether the HP (better CPU) or the ASUS (better screen) is better...
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Price is £519.99 when using BNPL not sure why price showing on here at £649.99.
Edited by: "dalfy" 20th Sep
dalfy20/09/2019 00:34

Price is £519.99 when using BNPL not sure why price showing on here at …Price is £519.99 when using BNPL not sure why price showing on here at £649.99.


I think it's only £519.99 on buy now pay later if you are a new customer (singing up to credit for the first time) also I think it's only 10% off not 20% as its an electrical item.
Mumma_hen20/09/2019 02:25

I think it's only £519.99 on buy now pay later if you are a new customer …I think it's only £519.99 on buy now pay later if you are a new customer (singing up to credit for the first time) also I think it's only 10% off not 20% as its an electrical item.


How does the bnpl work. I set that up but it hasn't changed what I'm paying at all.
Mumma_hen20/09/2019 02:25

I think it's only £519.99 on buy now pay later if you are a new customer …I think it's only £519.99 on buy now pay later if you are a new customer (singing up to credit for the first time) also I think it's only 10% off not 20% as its an electrical item.


No your talking about a different offer code. The code on this post is 20% off selected laptops with BNPL. It does not need to be the first order either. I am looking at using it on MacBook Air
listerdude20/09/2019 06:28

How does the bnpl work. I set that up but it hasn't changed what I'm …How does the bnpl work. I set that up but it hasn't changed what I'm paying at all.


Use the promo code and the discount is credited back to the account in November.
I sold my gtx 1050 laptop and now looking to upgrade. Is this an upgrade as such?
dannyeff20/09/2019 07:38

I sold my gtx 1050 laptop and now looking to upgrade. Is this an upgrade …I sold my gtx 1050 laptop and now looking to upgrade. Is this an upgrade as such?


Yes.
davoud20/09/2019 07:03

No your talking about a different offer code. The code on this post is 20% …No your talking about a different offer code. The code on this post is 20% off selected laptops with BNPL. It does not need to be the first order either. I am looking at using it on MacBook Air


Ohh I see! Thanks very much I might do it then.
Whats the graphics card in this?
Is it a 6GB GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti or a GTX 1650 4GB


The listing references both cards!
Gone for this thank you, as its a big upgrade from my HP 2nd gen. I know we will get the usual comments that Asus are terrible but I've got an Asus machine thats still fine from 5 years ago. You can buy any laptop from any manufacturer that could let you down, same with hard disks failing etc. I'll get another 8gb stick of RAM ordered and I think there should be a slot free for a 2nd hard drive. For about 600 quid I'll have a really good machine perfect for my needs for a few years. Heat added
Gary_Ainsworth20/09/2019 09:39

Whats the graphics card in this? Is it a 6GB GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti or a GTX …Whats the graphics card in this? Is it a 6GB GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti or a GTX 1650 4GB The listing references both cards!


Yes I spotted that in the description. Whats in the OP is correct, its a GTX 1650 4GB
dalfy20/09/2019 09:43

Yes I spotted that in the description. Whats in the OP is correct, its a …Yes I spotted that in the description. Whats in the OP is correct, its a GTX 1650 4GB


Cheers mate - Is this a decent upgrade from a GTX 1050ti - Thinking of taking advantage of the £1 seller fees on eBay and selling my old one and upgrading to this
can someone explain how this 520 bnpl system works as my mind is boggled trying to understand it
Gary_Ainsworth20/09/2019 09:46

Cheers mate - Is this a decent upgrade from a GTX 1050ti - Thinking of …Cheers mate - Is this a decent upgrade from a GTX 1050ti - Thinking of taking advantage of the £1 seller fees on eBay and selling my old one and upgrading to this


GTX 1650 is about 30% better (but not quite as good as a GTX 1060)
Aitchy2120/09/2019 09:51

can someone explain how this 520 bnpl system works as my mind is boggled …can someone explain how this 520 bnpl system works as my mind is boggled trying to understand it



I had to be careful to make sure I put the promo code in on the right hand side. My understanding is we've got 12 months interest free to get the balance paid in full. Otherwise the APR kicks in at about 40% which isnt an option for me and many others. I've taken the deal up just now, so hopefully it will be delivered tomorrow. I'm then going to contact Very to ensure the promo code is all sorted and I've got it in writing, so I get the money back in November. I believe that will be credited to the account and then £519.99 will be left over. Don't get me wrong in 12 months they'll be a better deal on this machine or a faster machine for your money but if I think like that, I'd never buy anything and lifes short!

I'm sure someone wlil give you a more detailed explaination on the BNPL but I'd give Very a shout as well if you have any major concerns.
Aitchy2120/09/2019 09:51

can someone explain how this 520 bnpl system works as my mind is boggled …can someone explain how this 520 bnpl system works as my mind is boggled trying to understand it


Buy on Very credit account BNPL at £649.99, use promo code, in November they will adjust the account to £519.99 - pay the £519.99 IN FULL in 12 months time.
Made the purchase - Thanks for all the info above and to the OP - Heat Added
Code isn't working for me
I've had a good look at the manuals etc but I'm struggling on the hard disks. I know this has an NVME in the main slot. Am I right in saying there is still a 2.5 inch slot free and if so what drives will it support i.e SSD/SATA etc? Any help much appreciated as always.
crazyshelby20/09/2019 10:37

I've had a good look at the manuals etc but I'm struggling on the hard …I've had a good look at the manuals etc but I'm struggling on the hard disks. I know this has an NVME in the main slot. Am I right in saying there is still a 2.5 inch slot free and if so what drives will it support i.e SSD/SATA etc? Any help much appreciated as always.


Yes it has a free 2.5 inch SATA slot for SSD (or HDD)
Is the 20% credit going back to your bank account or your very account and you need to buy something from them?
ZeusUk20/09/2019 10:43

Is the 20% credit going back to your bank account or your very account and …Is the 20% credit going back to your bank account or your very account and you need to buy something from them?


Its BNPL so you don't pay until September 2020 - they will adjust the account so you would owe £519.99.
dalfy20/09/2019 10:42

Yes it has a free 2.5 inch SATA slot for SSD (or HDD)



Thanks very much, read it in the manual but thought I'd double check! Really impressed with the cost of another 8gb stick of RAM as well
Its a decent offering for the price. The 1650 graphics card is around 20% better than the 1050 Ti so the laptop is more than capable for playing anything you care to install on it.

The technical spec shows NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650
Edited by: "fiqqer" 20th Sep
Not very impressed with Very if I'm honest. Ordered this earlier today after being advised I have a credit limit up to 750 pounds. I then got a call from the security team to say they were declining the BNPL on my account so I've cancelled it. They were unable to advise what the issue was and my credit is A1, I don't have any bad credit etc. Hope others get it ok!
The powerful AMD Ryzen 7-3750H processor has quad cores from the description which is it ?
Edited by: "hotshot" 20th Sep
hotshot20/09/2019 12:20

The powerful AMD Ryzen 7-3750H processor has quad cores from the …The powerful AMD Ryzen 7-3750H processor has quad cores from the description which is it ?



AMD Ryzen 5 3550H
Discount code doesn't work for me... cold sorry
dannyeff20/09/2019 13:07

Me Ether



The 20% code works when using the Very credit account and using Buy Now Pay Later. (i.e. Code won't work for credit/debit/paypal orders)
Edited by: "dalfy" 20th Sep
Is this a better laptop for gaming than the Matebook Pro X
That has a MX150 GPU? The GTX 1650 is 3x better.
crazyshelby20/09/2019 09:56

I had to be careful to make sure I put the promo code in on the right hand …I had to be careful to make sure I put the promo code in on the right hand side. My understanding is we've got 12 months interest free to get the balance paid in full. Otherwise the APR kicks in at about 40% which isnt an option for me and many others. I've taken the deal up just now, so hopefully it will be delivered tomorrow. I'm then going to contact Very to ensure the promo code is all sorted and I've got it in writing, so I get the money back in November. I believe that will be credited to the account and then £519.99 will be left over. Don't get me wrong in 12 months they'll be a better deal on this machine or a faster machine for your money but if I think like that, I'd never buy anything and lifes short!I'm sure someone wlil give you a more detailed explaination on the BNPL but I'd give Very a shout as well if you have any major concerns.


APR will start from the day you ordered if not paid in full within the no APR 12 months.

So yeah, you have 12 months to pay it off at your will. Obviously just make sure you pay it off in that time.
I really tempted to purchase this but it has mixed reviews on Amazon
amazon.co.uk/ASU…NS2
Can you pay the BNPL off straight away without additional fees, etc?
This looks like a bargain to me (available for same 20% discount). Works out to be around £760.

very.co.uk/asu…prd
microrosie20/09/2019 15:58

I really tempted to purchase this but it has mixed reviews on …I really tempted to purchase this but it has mixed reviews on Amazonhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-Gaming-R5-3550H-GeForce-Windows/dp/B07S2ZLNS2


I have one I bought from AO a couple of weeks ago. Zero software problems and is a fantastic piece of kit.
Letstu20/09/2019 16:18

I have one I bought from AO a couple of weeks ago. Zero software problems …I have one I bought from AO a couple of weeks ago. Zero software problems and is a fantastic piece of kit.


Thank you for letting me know
STOP STOP STOP - HOLD ON A MINUTE!!

Before anyone gets carried away, that is 20% STORE credit to your account, you cannot spend that money to pay off the "buy now pay later amount" for the laptop!

It's a good deal don't get me wrong, but it's not £519.99 it is £649.99 + £129.99 STORE CREDIT

I have just been on the phone to very and they confirmed this 100%, they didn't even stop for a second to question the technicalities, it's obviously a question or complaint they are familiar with!

Still........ I'm buying one!!

They have the 17" version with a 512gb drive for just £50 more, too big for me, but I know some people like more of a desktop replacement.
Sorry to be really thick - does the discount go back to the card or to your account meaning you have to buy something else when it comes through
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