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ASUS ROG Strix GL502VS - GTX 1070 - I7-7700HQ £1399.97 @ Box
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 16GB DDR4 RAM 256GB M.2 SSD + 1000GB HDD Dedicated GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Graphics NVid… Read more

i ve had this and i didnt like it. first of all i ve met a strange problem with the laptop while the laptop turned on the screen didnt till several turn off and on ,asus called it a bad bios flash and gave me another which in a 5 months time presented the same problem. finally amazon did refund me the money and we part ways with asus . while they boast specs at decent price they have some serious defects .... for a gamer perspective paying such amount of money you expect the best not a lottery. i did forgot to mention the ips glow but that is a secondary problem added as a bonus.


£1515 for a 1070 +i7 8750h + 16gb ddr4 and 17.3" screen, better in everyway for £100 more, but ok


hi.. dont think so.. just tried and got to 1,600 to quickly.. and didnt finish config. this seems like a fair deal to me.. heat added..


Yes -> i7-8750H & i9-8950HK :)


Have Intel released the 8th gen 35/45W mobile i7 CPUs yet? They have released the 15W versions but they are going to be TDP limited surely!

HP OMEN 17.3" -  i7-7700HQ Full HD IPS 120Hz Screen- GTX 1060 6GB- NVidia G-Sync £1099.97 at
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
HP OMEN 17-an002na : - Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor - 17.3" Full HD IPS 120Hz Screen - Thunderbolt - GTX 1060 6GB Graphics - NVidia G-Sync & VR Ready

yea just replying to your JL mention


I also agree but not too long I expect. The GPU will 'last longer' in the sense that new CPUs seem to be the driving force in good clearance deals on older hardware so I reckon a few months. Some 1060 laptops are cropping up around £800 already. Also I'm not sure if HP's Omen brand is as respected as they would have everyone believe. Like you say, it's all relative/subjective.


I agree with both points. It's all subjective, isn't it. Purchasing depends on so many factors for the individual and how they're going to use it. How long is a 1060 gonna be relevant at 1080p, etc? But how long will it take for rigs like this to drop below £1k? Only time will tell, I guess.


It has an SSD, we've established that just the OP didn't mention it. Also many people don't want to go cracking open a brand new laptop. I appreciate that Turing or whatever will not be able for a while but I would still want to see preliminary performance at least, even if not buying it immediately. I wouldn't buy 2 year old architecture on the GPU and an outdated CPU if spending over £1000 even if these are both 'still good' (which I'm not denying). Your 1070 was a big step from the 900 series in efficiency and performance so I'm not surprised you're happy with it.


I am most definitely no authority on this but as someone who waited for Pascal, Turing GPU's in laptops could possibly be out in the Autumn. They'll come with hefty price tags and the 10 series won't see a price reduction for a little while, unless they release the lower end cards immediately. Which they didn't do last time. The laptop 970 didn't go down in price for quite a while after I bought my 1070. What I'm saying is, I have no regrets buying when I did.

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Epson Expression Premium XP-530 All in One Wireless Printer £46.94 delivered / Brother MFC-J5920DW A3 All in One Inkjet Printer plus cartridges £99.99 @ Box
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*Updated 18th June - offer still on the Epson printer, also price drop on the Brother A3 printer with Duplex printing to under £100* Looks pretty decent for the spec, trays hold 1… Read more
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Bought one, was looking at hp ones with ink cartridge subscriptions, but the reviews on this seem pretty goodthanks..


How much are replacement cartridges and can compatibles be cheaply sourced?


Bought one. Have been looking for the right combination of size, front loading and individual colours. :)


I have an xp-435 and it also has remote printing via the app or sending to the email address. Great little printer


It certainly supports WiFi printing and I don't think you need a driver iirc, so I guess yes? Not sure if it has an Ethernet connection though. I have the model down, the 520 and it's an excellent little printer/scanner. Replacement cartridges are available on Amazon for peanuts and work really well.

Cooler Master MasterMouse MM520 Mouse + Cooler Master MH320 Headset £35.57 for both delivered @ Box
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I didn't think we'd see another price drop on this, let alone a drop of £7.37. It was already a cracking price at a just under £43. Price includes the £2.95 delivery cost that gets… Read more
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not showing the packege? . .


Yeah like matshita


lol CoolerMaster headphones.. they should have been more creative when they came up with their brand name :D


I bought after reading the mouse reviews, which look great. I've heard bad things about the headphones but I've mainly got it for the mouse. We will see how it goes!


Just recently got the cooler master ms120 recently, the mouse included is the same as this one. It's not bad!

ASUS VP28UQG 28" 4K Free Sync Gaming Monitor £289.99 Delivered (3 Year Warranty) @
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Cheapest around that I can see. Seems like a decent monitor for 4K gaming, with Free Sync and a max refresh rate of 60hz. 28" Display TN Panel Type 3840x2160 Resolution … Read more
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The LG is IPS so better colours and is 75hz, the lower resolution will also make it easier to run games on. I'm not convinced a 4k TN panel will look better than a IPS ultrawide.


Is this not the same panel as what is in the RT280K which is the same spex but £100 cheaper? worldcup


a 29 inch ultrawide lg gaming monitor or £225 or this ?


It's not bad with the 3 year warranty. But it's TN so not so good colours. I brought the LG 27ud69 and reviews say the colours are much better. Can't wait for mine to come this week

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Acer 28" RT280K Widescreen 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor £198.99 @ Box
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Poor speakers

Tempted now for my Xbox one X (y)


I think they were referring to modern AAA Ultra gaming at 60fps. We will have to wait until next year for some new AMD cards unfortunately. Heat for the deal.


Using one of these right now. Heat added.


You can run these on a very inexpensive GPU @ 4k, sub £100 2nd user 1050 or £110(ish) new, will do the job fine worldcup


Would love to get one, but can't really justify the ginnnnnorrrmously expensive graphics card needed to run em.

Flashforge Finder 3D Printer - Wifi connectivity £349 with Free Next Day Delivery @ Box
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Ideal for anyone looking to get into 3D printing, looks a decent build and quite nicely designed compared to some of the others out there. Delivery is free and is showing as Next w… Read more
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I have one of these as does my uncle and grandad. My grandad got his from Clas Ohlson for £400 just over a year ago. I'd wanted a 3d printer for ages so checked eBay and flashforge were selling refurbs for £179. This is where my uncle and I bought ours from and they both arrived in new condition. Having extensively used this printer now, I can say it is very good. HOWEVER, I would recommend people to steer clear of buying it at this price and look at a Creality CR-10 or similar. The Flashforge finder has a much smaller printbed size meaning you are more limited in what you can print. You are also limited in the plastics you can print with due to a lack of heated print bed. Check RCLifeOn YouTube channel for a good comparison video of some current highly rated 3d printers. For about the same money as this flashforge finder you could buy many of these printers in this video.


Any good websites for review of 3d printer world similar to xda-developers?


If you're a maker, then these are very useful for models, mould masters, accessories, tools etc. For a more practical purposes, I've used mine to make a reducer coupler to go from my dust extractor to my flexible hose. The little clip that holds the porta-filter in my espresso machine broke off so I modelled a replacement and printed five of them as spares. Wanted a charger dock for my mobile and I just printed one. You will find uses for it when you have it. Does require the ability to model in 3D parametrically for full functionality though.


you may have to learn the basic's first before trying to create anything "thingiverse" has thousands of models posted on there forum! if you have an old xbox 360 camera I think it has to be v1 you can use that plus some software for creating your model image


So, say I had an action figure I wanted to copy...what else would I need? A scanner of some sort?

Samsung S9 Dual / Hybrid Sim 64GB Blue for £549.99 @ (2 Year UK Warranty!)
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
As per the title, 9 in stock at time of writing. Purple here too 5 in stock at time of writing:

Is it a reliable retailer? Checked reviews over web, getting confused!


JL don't supply Dual sim phones, thanks for clarifying for everyone. Samsung only offer 2 year warranty depending on whether you are from that region, or something like that. So an Asian phone only applies in an Asian region etc.


Yes I've brought from them a few times. More like a massive warehouse with a large showroom, but a good seller.


I found time in my busy schedule to post it


You should post it ha I can't be bothered today

Samsung Galaxy S9+ 64GB EU Dual SIM Free Smartphone (Unlocked - 2 Year UK Warranty) £649.99 (Other colours available) @
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Good price for an unlocked handset. This is the Dual Sim EU Version, however it comes with a 2 year warranty as standard. Midnight Black Google Android 8.0 6.2" Quad HD To… Read more
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Does it come with UK charger or EU one?


Don't nearly if not all dual dim phones use the 2nd sim tray for the sd card too? I've looked at a few recently just to have a 2nd sim for data only as North Norfolk is a very patchy area & EE & Vodafone/O2 etc would work really well together but every phone I've looked at (not many) it's 2nd sim or sd card not both This is quite cunning & keeps phone waterproof


Agreed, but as usual with most Android products, there are always possible solutions like these: 1. Easier solution but compromises waterproofing 2. Difficult solution but doesn't compromise waterproofing


Possibly, but that could be correlation Vs causation. It could simply be that that particular phone wasn't very good and nothing to do with dual SIM. You just have to look at the number of times a deal on here receives the comment "is it dual SIM?" Either way, my comment still stands and I do wish more UK variants were dual SIM.


The only dual SIM phone I have ever seen sold directly by a carrier is the lenovo P2 which three seemed to stop selling pretty quickly when it became apparent that a vast number were never used on the Three network...

Tenda Nova (MW3) Whole Home Wi-Fi kit (3 Pack) £99.99
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Cheapest I've seen one of these "whole home" type wifi kits. It gets a pretty good review here too:… Read more
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Best bet - you've got a different password configuration on them. Check if your old setup was WPA or WPA2 etc and make sure you match that.


Did you use the same password encryption type? Have you configured a new DHCP server on these devices or did you just re-use your routers built-in dhcp? Can you manually connect anything?


Wonder if anyone can help. I received these yesterday and set up the same SSID and password that was on my previous router hoping that all my existing wireless connections would automatically connect, but this hasn’t happened anyone know why and what needs to be done to solve this Thanks


Slightly different price bracket though :D


I went for the zyxel multy X in the end.... excellent..

Finlux 50-FFB-5522 50 Inch Full HD Smart LED TV with Freeview Play £279.00
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
I was looking for a cheap n cheerful TV for the conservatory / kids play room £279 seems fairly reasonable for a 50 inch 1080p set. Finlux 50-FFB-5522 50 Inch Full HD Smart LED TV… Read more
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Thanks OP Expect pages and pages of drivel discussion on how this in no way compares to 'my £2000 top of the line tv' and People sharing their personal tastes, likes and dislikes in a telly.

Alienware AW3418HW 34 WFHD Gsync™ Curved Gaming Monitor £649.99 Delivered @
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Seems to be the cheapest price for this Ultrawide monitor from Alienware. Perfect for gamers with a 144Hz refresh rate, G-Sync, and Alienware RGB lighting. Manufacturer 3 Years Adv… Read more
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Pretty sure it just standard 60hz refresh rate..


I got x34a best grand i ever spent


' 'What technologies we need' lol.


Right, I don't think any games/consumer hardware can run games at 4k 144hz, though, at the moment.


Not if you specifically want an ultrawide. 4k is still hard to drive especially at 144hz or 144 FPS.

Acer Spin 5 SP513-51-311K - i3, full HD IPS touchscreen, 128GB SSD, 4GB RAM, Windows 10 Home £349.97 @ Box
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
This seems to be a good, basic student laptop - noticed some posts on here in the past week from people asking for a decentish student laptop in this price bracket. The build of t… Read more

Yes, looks that way.


Is it just backlight that is different to the revolution trading deal please?


Thanks. (y)


No I checked and it's no longer available. I got it from Box (same vendor as this deal) but it was open box. Came pristine. Might be worth keeping an eye on the site.


Thanks so much for your message, it's not for me. I will pass the link to my friend. (highfive)

D-Link DGS-1016D 16-Port Gigabit Unmanaged Desktop Switch £42.99 Delivered @
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Cheapest price I could see for this 16 port Gigabit switch. Perfect for networking needs at home or a small office. 16 Gigabit ports D-Link Green Technology Inexpensive … Read more
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Decent price. Bought one last March and had no issues with it. Does a decent job. It's a relatively compact unit but nice to see it is also supplied with rack brackets should you wish to stick it in a rack. Not something I need personally but useful for some!


Great price, ordered but price has now gone up to 48.56 including £2.95 delivery


Been looking for a silent 16-port Gb switch recently, this fits my needs perfectly. Thanks OP.


Good price. Thanks!

MSI Gaming Laptop / i7 / 8GB RAM / 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD / GTX 1060 3GB £879.97 @ Box [Free MSI Bundle]
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Pretty sure this is the lowest we've seen this so far, It was £899.97 without the extras, just a couple of days ago via another retailer (gone back up now) Nice looking set up for … Read more
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Lovely keyboard


Yes they may be expired but they are recent. And all around the price. So its not surprising to see one available again around the price



Where? Everywhere


Yeh, where???

HiWatch by Hikvision CCTV kit 6 x Mini Bullet Cameras & 8 channel NVR & 2TB HDD £448.20 Delivered @
30/06/2018Expires on 30/06/2018Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Had a few requests for complete CCTV kits, and noticed Box were selling this HiWatch kit for much less than other retailers. NVR with 2TB storage, and includes 6 mini bullet camera… Read more
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You may be able to do that but if there is an 8 camera limit then its suggest to me that the cameras may need to be connected directly to the NVR.


Network cable is definitely better but a better option is for the NVR to be able to find the camera once it's on the network and not connected directly to the NVR.


I don't understand the security problem..... If you leave default passwords on and put on a network open to internet, then of course you are just inviting someone to have a peek. Just keep them isolated, and access via a jump server/console if needed.


Why wouldn't you be able to connect the cameras via a POE switch?


Wireless systems come with their own problems (Check the Arlo threads for some of them). Network cable is better than power and connection cables though.

D-Link 8-Port Fast Ethernet 10/100 Unmanaged Desktop Switch £5.44 delivered @ Box
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Cheapest i can see, £2.49 + £2.95 P&P, in stock at time of posting. D-Link 8-Port Fast Ethernet 10/100 Unmanaged Desktop Switch 8x 10/100Mbps fast ethernet ports Supports … Read more
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Heat added. Bought one :) Sure, it's not gigabit. It's not super fancy. But it'll be great for me :)


Fair enough. I still reckon it's a false economy to buy such antiquated technology, even if it would do the job.


The 3 things I listed do not have WiFi on them. They all need hard wired to a network connection.


I guess, but most of that stuff has WiFi doesn't it? I'd use WiFi for those devices, with the benefit of less cable

chtyrone2 I think this is it. Anybody got a picture of the underside? I want to see if it can be hooked on vertically.

ASUS FX503 15.6" Gaming Laptop (Core i7 8GB 128GB SSD + 1TB, GTX1060 6GB Graphics) + FREE ASUS Gaming Backpack £899.97 Delivered @ Box
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
This has come down in price a fair bit, and seems to be a decent all round gaming laptop with a 6GB 1060 included. 1080p screen, but that should be more than adequate for its size.… Read more
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Too expensive for the risk of the TN screen. This is a £750 machine for me.


This laptop has gone up in price twice just recently. It was a good deal at the lower prices, and it's an 'ok' deal now. The headline specs are great (i7+1060+SSD), however dig a little deeper and there are some compromises to keep the price down. The display is below average (this laptop actually comes from the factory with three different panels, a fair quality one, a not very good one, and a rubbish one), I believe this is the latter because the specs do not mention the IPS or higher refresh rates of the upper displays. Also the storage is slow, the hdd is 5400rpm and the SSD benchmarks oddly slow (found from online reviews). There are a few other hotukdeal posts on different variants of this laptop with further info.


Seems is was briefly £110 cheaper yesterday,




Cold from me.