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Screen Size49"TV TypeLEDSmart TVWith SmartDefinition1080PResolution1920 x 1080Built-in DVD PlayerWithout12VN/AHigh Dynamic Ratio (HDR)NTV to Mobile - MirroringYesMobile to TV - Mir… Read more

Lol and...


Says WITHOUT DVD player


hot from me, no 4k!!!! and I think I will buy ..


Thats true.. a lot of sharp tvs come with a built in dvd player


Description states built on DVD player.

Acer V226HQL 22" Full HD VESA Mountable PC Monitor £59.99 delivered @ Box
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Another well priced monitor for anyone after a 1080p display. It's been this price before and had come down again recently. It's a TN Panel and has DVI / VGA inputs. As per title i… Read more

Can anyone recommend something like this but with HDMI and Speakers ! Don'y need anything fancy ! maxmix


Worth using as a PS4 monitor?


Thanks a lot for your advise :) cheers


Can someone tell me if the monitor bezels/body has a glossy or matte finish?


This looks good for the money but can anyone recommend one with built in speakers. I see other V22xxx panels mentioned. Thanks

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Acer 23.8" PLS / 75Hz / 4ms / 1080p Monitor £84.99 Delivered / Acer 24" Height Adjustable IPS Monitor £149.99 @ Box
Refreshed 21st SepRefreshed 21st Sep
Can't complain for the cash on this one, has an HDMI input, 75Hz. 4ms response time and is vesa mount compatible. It doesn't have speakers but there is a 3.5mm socket on there for … Read more

It was posted a few weeks ago by someone when it was £87, it went to £93 and slowing up to £99.99. Still cheaper than anywhere else. I nearly bought it for my microscope until I bought a HDMI to VGA converter for £5 that worked so didn't bother in the end. My Dell monitor does not like HDMI to DVI.


You should post that as a separate deal. <3


This might be a better deal: It was recently £87 but still a good price for £99.99




Is this any good for gaming?

Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
KEY FEATURES All Platform Compatibility SteelSeries 7.1 Surround Sound Clearcast Mic Exclusive Airweave Ear Cushions Ski Goggle Suspension Band Compatible with PC and PS4.
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Saw and was really tempted..ended up going for the hyper x cloud ii instead but would highly recommend these. At this price they are a bargain as well.

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Fuji Sp-2 Instax Share Smartphone Printer £99.99 Delivered @ Box
31/10/2018Expires on 31/10/2018Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Quite a significant price drop on this over at Box. Personal photo printing has seemed to have taken a downturn with the presence of phones and social media, but thought this looke… Read more
ACER ASPIRE 7 Laptop (i5-7300HQ / GTX 1050 / 256 SSD / 15" Full HD IPS) £599.97 @ Box
Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
Acer Aspire 7 with Core i5-7300HQ, GTX 1050 2GB discrete graphics, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB M.2 SSD, Full HD IPS screen, backlit keyboard, quite a performer with £200 off - now £599. De… Read more
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Hi is this better than a Dell Inspiron 15-5000 gaming laptop? the dell inspiron is at curry’s in store for £599. Is that a better deal than this Acer 7? any expert advice would be most welcome! :)


I'm only after a quick laptop for its use - my daughter who just started secondary school.


The problem is with both laptops I heard people have thermal issues. I don't know how true this is and how to compare these issues. I rang dell up and they offered me a 15% discount (can't use with student offer though) because I'm already a dell customer (I had to give my pc's service tag). I'll guess you're going to uni too and have the same kinda budget as me, message me if you find any better deals.


Same. If you can get the G3 for £662 i'd say maybe slightly better value for the 8300H CPU's better performance.


Ditto, wouldn't mind the answer to that too thanx. Ps. I don't see how you got only £662?. As I'm seeing the exact same 'product' on their website, via the link you provided, as being well over the £700 mark ... (some £770, odd?). Or am I missing something?, thanx.

LG HBS-920 Tone Infinim Wireless Stereo headset Black £59.99 Delivered with code @ Box
30/09/2018Expires on 30/09/2018Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
Thought this was a good price for these headphones when using the supplied code. Harmon Kardon Signature equipped, and features the worlds 1st adjustable bass and metal layer diaph… Read more

Check out this item on CeX: LG Tone - HBS-900 Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headset WeSell for: £18.00 WeBuy for Cash: £8.00 WeBuy for Voucher: £12.00 It's older model but still brilliant pair of earphones


I don’t see it for anything near that price on CEX. Can you help me with a link please?


I use hbs900 and they are great. Great quality very good sound and battery last for ages. Cex selling them for £18

SAMSUNG GALAXY A5 (2017) EU SIM FREE Smartphone - Free Delivery + Free Collection £179.95 @ Box
Found 16th SepFound 16th Sep
Not a bad price for this thing. If you're in the market for it. + don't forget that all important 1% cashback ;) Gold Android Octa Core Processor 5.2" Full HD Touch Screen … Read more

You post lots of good deals sir, an asset to HUKD! ;) the voting system on here isn't always an accurate gauge as everyone has their own internal values they put on things, and then folk compare with similar products and not whether a deal is the best price anywhere for a specific item. Whether it's fair or matters, that's how the site works so as long as folk explain insightful why they think hot or cold then that's all we can hope for. It's usually from reading the comments that I pick out what resonates and makes sense to whether something is a good deal for me.


I agree with you that the xz1 compact is a better phone, at a cheaper price. But as DominikB has done, you csnt vote on whether a phone SHOULD be cheaper. The price is the price, and if that's what the market dictates, then this is currently a good price. I wouldn't have it personally, but if I posted deals on if I liked h the phone or not, I wouldn't post half of the phone deals I do.


Compare this deal to the excellent CPW deal on the Sony XZ1 Compact for sub£200, that gives you a much better processor and camera (and possibly less bloatware installed). That's my thinking to why this non flagship (although generally well specced) phone is, as DominikB states, only a good deal nearer £150. Once the XZ1C sells out, sure this gives this deal a better chance. Discuss like intelligent adults please.


Heat. Good price XD . Phone I have now still after 2 years,been down the toilet twice and use it for work so gets oil all over it and swarf makes its way into the charger port and speaker but still works as it should. Close to bullet proof! (Doubt it would be though :D )


Come on, grow up

Found 15th SepFound 15th Sep
Excellent price for a 4K tv

Does anyone know if you can mirror this with your phone? Just got it and it's saying connection failed on my Samsung galaxy s7 and its saying not supported on my girlfriends iPhone 6s


Could you recommend a model?


I would alway pay a bit extra and get an LG or Samsung just for the Smart IPTV app.


I have the 43'' in the bedroom, generally a good tv but limited smart capabilities. Comes with pre installed apps such as netflix youtube and iplayer. OS is poor but for the price you get what you pay for.


Generally a good tv, smart capabilities are limited but comes with netflix youtube and I player built in

Acer Iconia Tab 10" 32GB WiFI (with FREE Case and Tablet Holder) £119 Delivered @ Box
Refreshed 16th SepRefreshed 16th Sep25/10/2018Expires on 25/10/2018
Nice little tablet bundle offer from the folks over at Box. Not only does this seem to be the lowest price for this tablet, they are also throwing in some freebies to sweeten the d… Read more

I feel pity!!!


I agree. I picked up a new and boxed Huawei Media Pad T3 10 for £55 in a Cash Converters to replace my well used Vodafone Tab Prime 7 (An Alcatel (I think) but with high spec for the price). I had a Huawei M2 10 but having arthritic hands, I struggled with the weight. Lovely tablet though.


There are better 10 inch tablets in this price range such as Huawei Media pad T3 but it's a good price if you are looking for this tablet particular tablet especially with the accessories.


No stuck with the acer. Amazon is has tons ads, parts of Google's are os missing, e.g play store . Yes they can can be added or the ad removed. Do you really need the hassle when a brand new tablet ??


Don't worry about it, minor. Well done on your earlier purchase though.

STEADYTECH 10W Fast QI Wireless Charger w/ USB Cable - £7.25 delivered @ Box
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Good price for a 10W Fast Wireless QI charger, decent reviews, free delivery and a 12 month warranty Some of the phones it's compatible with: iPhone X iPhone 8/8 Plus Galaxy … Read more
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Arrived the other day. Charges quick, slim profile. The light could be a bit bright for some, but doesn't bother me :)


This arrived today, super quick and very good.


Would it be compatable with Samsung Galaxy J3


Which is not what the question was “is the iPhone a good deal?”.. it was “will this work?”


Not if your spend over £1000 on a phone it won't fast charge or wireless charge. The phone is not worth £1500

CREALITY CR-X 3D Printer £699 Delivered @
17/10/2018Expires on 17/10/2018Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
It's the latest and greatest 3D printer from the CREALITY folks, this time featuring a dual extruder, allowing you to print 2 colours at once! 300x300x400mm printing area, so shoul… Read more

Superb non fluffy video of why this model is better, than the best selling one before it... as they say.. if it ain't broke don't fix it... just add some more cool features!! * yes it is long, but if you are thinking about / into 3d printers, you should have this guy on your YT channel list anyway!!

HP OFFICEJET PRO 8210 COLOUR PRINTER (You pay £74.99  - £30 CASHBACK = £44.99) @ BOX
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
WAS £91.94 YOU PAY £74.99 (ex VAT £62.49) CASHBACK - £30.00 FINAL PRICE £44.99 (ex VAT £37.49) Claim £30 cashback from HP when you purchase this printer from us. Customers may cla… Read more
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It might be worth noting, the Ebuyer offer is opt-in (ive just checked out via Visa Checkout before I noticed the Opt-In , so may not get the £5) (which arrives 10 days after the invoice).


Thanks for this. Found a bit better on Ebuyer @ £ 72.93 with free delivery, or £42.93 after cashback deal. Plus, if you use Visa Checkout at Ebuyer before the 17th Sept they'll re-credit you another £5 - for £37.93 delivered. Ebuyer has 4% CB also on Quidco (and no codes, so will qualify) - so a potential further £2.90 off.

BenQ GW2765HE 27" WQHD (1440p) IPS Monitor £189.99 Delivered @ Box
30/09/2018Expires on 30/09/2018Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
Slight price reduction on this monitor over at Box, making it the cheapest out there for this model. 1440p IPS Panel, with a 4ms response time, and 60Hz refresh. Good for gaming if… Read more

Think you're getting confused between the horizontal frequency (30-89KHz) and vertical frequency (50-75Hz) on these monitors. Note that both the HT and HE have 50-75Hz listed under vertical frequency on the BenQ website. I suspect that they're both 60Hz monitors at the native resolution though.


Thank you both sincerely, this is mostly for admin work, and then limited photography stuff so colour reproduction is important, and then watching videos. It seems I can and should save the difference and buy this one. Box seem to have a fairly decent returns policy, are they well regarded? It is troubling how nearly everything I buy is from Amazon these days!


shall give it a go, thanks!


Yeah - higher frequency range allows for more refreshes per second, allowing you to have a higher frame per second count. I must admit 89FPS is a bit of an unusual number but so is 165hz I guess. Either way as long as you unlock the frames in your games and allow it to go over the 60FPS softcap and you do receive up to 89FPS then you should notice a big difference in how fluid your games play.


Ah so the HT could do up to 89fps? I might re arrange my monitors then as i always game on my right monitor which currently is the HE.

MSI GL62M 7RDX-2073UK @ £649.97 save £250
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
Dunno if this is any good might help someone Features • Latest GeForce® GTX 1050 2GB GDDR5 with desktop level performance. • Windows 10 Home Operating System. • 15.6" Full HD (1920… Read more
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Is there an AMD at less that £700-00 that is any good for gaming & heavy video work?


Yea 8th gen is going to be what you want. It is a massive jump compared to previous gens (probably because of AMD starting to make tracks)


There are so many 'deals' with the 7th gen i5, & my guess is they will offset them all over the sales period. I'm waiting for the 8th gen with similar specs to this deal. Thanks for posting.

EVGA GAMING LAPTOP i7 GTX 1070 32 go ram - £1,199.97 @ Box
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Fast laptop that is less than half price.

What's worse is that when you're not gaming, you're using the integrated graphics that needs to run everything at 4k. That struggles with videos/web browing etc, and you can't force the GPU to run a lot of those things so you end up with your desktop/mouse lagging. Setting the 4k panal to 1080p will make everything nice and smooth but because it's not the panels native resolution everything is a little blurry. 4k displays in laptops are a mess currently imo. Though I'm sure you could push the 1070 to run games at 4k that aren't too old, and not so intense games like dragonball fighterZ.


I'm not knocking EVGA at all, I've had one of their GTX1070s in my PC for the last 2 years and one of their modular PSUs in it for at least 5 years now. I think they're great! All I'm saying is their laptops might not have the same quality about them...


Sounds like any other forum for consumers. 2 year warranty and if they don't have stock EVGA usually upgrade you to an equivalent, which is going to be a better and current model. The fact it is heavy sounds great to me, more copper in there to get rid of heat. You will be able to buy a 1070 laptop for 900 ish in a few months or so


Hot deal. Shame they put the price of the SC15 up to £1149.97 though. The SC15 was a great deal at £999.97 when they had that deal.


Idealy yes, but some people want or need the portability and 4kg is still lighter (and more practical) than a desktop with a monitor My comment was more aimed at the question of why have a 4K screen paired with a 1070 at all. My answer was more in the general sense. Obviously there are lighter laptops with those specs. I'm also trying to make the point that these laptops are useful for things other than gaming. People buy them for productivity as well.

ASUS ROG STRIX GL703GS - i7-8750H - 17.3" 3ms 144hz G Sync screen - 16GB DDR4 RAM- 256GB M.2 - 1TB SSHD - GTX 1070 + Free copy of Black ops 4 £1499.97 @ Box
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Seen this posted earlier this month for the same price @ Amazon but if you purchase it from you get a free copy of black ops 4

Do NOT go for the Defiance V, i had a 8750h/1070 and it has nothing but issues. Main issue is the chassis can not cool the CPU anywhere near adequately, i paid for the re paste and the cpu would sky rocket to 95-99c on all cores within 5 minutes of bf1, and to 90c before the game had even begun loading. Tried to repaste it myself even with liquid metal, and a substantial 0.150v undervolt and the it would still thermally throttle almost instantly while playing anything demanding. I contacted PCS about the issues and they advised me they had a new bios that "fixed" the issues, i asked them how it went about that since if the new bios just puts in a power limit or lower thermal limit it is not a "fix" in my eyes. They assured me it didn't and i went about installing the new bios. Surprise surprise all the bios did was lower the thermal limit from 99 to 85 and introduced lower power limits system wide. Supposedly it was also meant to reduced the base line voltage but i did not witness that. So i then had an over heating laptop, just with gimped performance that power throttled as well as thermal throttled. This isn't including all the other issues but i don't want to turn this into a wall of text. I had to argue with PCS when i returned it as they were going to send the laptop back as it didn't crash during a stress test so in their eyes was perfectly fine, after a few back and forth emails they finally agreed to refund it due to the power limit and thermal limit issues, though they did sting me for the charger which was £55 because it was apparently "scuffed" (it was not) Bottom line, i would strongly recommend people steer clear of this chassis, it can not handle the CPU and gets so hot and loud it's uncomfortable to use, and throttles so much you won't get the performance you should out of the 8750h.


This is a good spec and a reasonable price... but... You should decide if you really do need a laptop to game on rather than a small form factor desktop instead. Given the price, performance, and update-path differences. A lot of people seem to get these huge gaming laptops and then realise that PC gaming on the move isn't really practical, not for AAA titles any way, and given you don't need a beefy laptop to run basic games it feels like a bit of a waste. Especially when having it on your lap isn't really practical when it's over 15 inches, will cook your nads, and have a pretty awful battery life. Granted you can't take your mITX rig on the train, but who wants to be the selfish guy hogging up the entire train table so he can play CoD? Also, do you really want to throw your entire machine away after 3-5 years? Wouldn't it be better to drop a better GPU in? Maybe upgrade the CPU? Also laptop i7s are only really as fast as their desktop i5 counterparts, for example the i7-8750H in this machine is slightly slower than the i5-8600k.Plus the desktop is more easily overclocked. If I wanted a small rig around this price I'd build I would 100% build a SSF system using the Silverstone RVZ01 which is about the same size as a PS4/Xbone. PCPartPicker part list: Price breakdown by merchant: CPU: Intel - Core i5-8600K 3.6GHz 6-Core Processor (£225.18 @ PC World Business) CPU Cooler: Noctua - NH-L12S 55.4 CFM CPU Cooler (£45.75 @ Amazon UK) Motherboard: ASRock - Z370M-ITX/ac Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard (£128.98 @ Amazon UK) Memory: Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£126.84 @ Amazon UK) Storage: ADATA - XPG SX6000 256GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive (£58.03 @ CCL Computers) Storage: Seagate - BarraCuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£29.99 @ Aria PC) Video Card: PNY - GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB Video Card (£337.07 @ Amazon UK) Case: Silverstone - RVZ01B Mini ITX Desktop Case (£86.99 @ Power Supply: Silverstone - 500W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular SFX Power Supply (£80.99 @ Operating System: Microsoft - Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit (£60.00 @ Amazon UK) Monitor: AOC - G2460PF 24.0" 1920x1080 144Hz Monitor (£179.98 @ PC World) Total: £1359.80 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-09-12 12:47 BST+0100 Run that for a few years and maybe grab a second hand i7-8700K, and what ever the equivalent to a 1070Ti is then. Sell your other parts and you'll have a proper upgrade path, plus you can choose what keyboard you like rather than using a built in one. If you wanted to go cheaper you could forgo the official way of getting Windows 10 and get a key off of eBay, you could also pick a cheaper cube case. The machine is small and could easily pass for a games console, so hook up a controller and enjoy your games at 4K on the sofa. If anyone wants any further advice/information PM me.


Personally, I would look at PC Specialist & configure it to suit. I specced a near identical 17" Defiance V for about the same cost, but if you consider other components, you could get a similar machine for a fair bit less.


This or Alienware?


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