budget gaming laptop/tablet £656.97 (possible £586 after redemption) @ PCWorld
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budget gaming laptop/tablet £656.97 (possible £586 after redemption) @ PCWorld

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Edited by:"silvershark010"Found 28th Aug 2017
Good price drop for a tablet/laptop that can handle most things.
you pay £656.97 today (discount code COMPUTING10).
then qualify for £70 cashback from Curry's/pcworld (redemption via them) bringing it to £586.97.
yesterday I also got £30tcb but haven't Inc as believe it finished yesterday and went to the normal 1% rate but still drops it to £580.

OVERVIEW

Type2 in 1

Operating system
Windows 10 (64-bit)

SPECIFICATION
Processor- Intel® Core™ i7-6500U Processor
- Dual-core
- 2.5 GHz / 3.1 GHz (Turbo Boost)
- 4 MB cache

RAM
8 GB

DDR4Graphics

cardAMD Radeon R5 M430 (2 GB)

Storage256 GB SSD

SCREEN
TouchscreenMulti-point touchscreenScreen size14"
Screen typeIPS
Resolution1920 x 1080Screen
featuresAnti-glare coating

CONNECTIVITY

Wireless802.11
acEthernetGigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000)
BluetoothBluetooth
4.0USB- USB 3.0 x 2
- USB 2.0 x 1
Video interfaceHDMI
x 1Audio interface3.5 mm

etc
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16 Comments
Certainly not a "gaming laptop". The GPU in this has about half the performance of the standard integrated intel graphics in recent i5 and i7 chips. Indeed the integrated Intel 520 in the i7 6500U has higher benchmark scores than the GPU alongside it. Speaking of the CPU, this is also an ultralow voltage model, suitable for standard laptop use, not gaming.
Edited by: "Scottc123" 28th Aug 2017
I couldn't possibly like this as you started your comment by using the word 'ok'.
batezy_19844 m ago

I couldn't possibly like this as you started your comment by using the …I couldn't possibly like this as you started your comment by using the word 'ok'.

Indeed, it couldn't have been worse, both ok and so at the start of a sentence...
Edited by: "Scottc123" 28th Aug 2017
I'm just interested where it's been "brought" from has it had far to travel ? Or just was it just "brought" from the living room to the study ?
batezy_198425 m ago

I couldn't possibly like this as you started your comment by using the …I couldn't possibly like this as you started your comment by using the word 'ok'.



And followed it with 'so'.
"Ok so", "brought" and "gaming" - if only I could click cold 4 times
I think i should give you heat for having the bravery off posting a PC world deal, as there laptop's and PC products are way over priced, on Ebuyer they got a MSI GL62 7QF Gaming Laptop for 599 with back pack yes has a i5 but for everyday use you won't notice any difference with the i7 or i5 especially as both gpus are not cutting edge also be having a slightly better gaming performance.
korny215 m ago

I think i should give you heat for having the bravery off posting a PC …I think i should give you heat for having the bravery off posting a PC world deal, as there laptop's and PC products are way over priced, on Ebuyer they got a MSI GL62 7QF Gaming Laptop for 599 with back pack yes has a i5 but for everyday use you won't notice any difference with the i7 or i5 especially as both gpus are not cutting edge also be having a slightly better gaming performance.



Wait until the grammar police above see this comment
Edited by: "CoeK" 28th Aug 2017
Thanks for posting this, but unfortunately this isn't a gaming laptop and I fear it'll get downvoted to oblivion for a number of reasons (mostly trivial).
Original Poster
If it helps one person then good nuff' for me.
I wanted a tablet/laptop plus a SSD for speed. So works for me, as all media is via Plex server and my games are anno maybe the odd GTA v. This can handle them as I'm on it now. I looked all over ebuyer, novatech, aria, scan, laptops direct etc. non had what I wanted at the price point as needed more then 128gb.
And for the grammar police I really couldn't care less that your free time is obviously so plentiful that you find it funny to correct others. (One presumes small man syndrome applies to you?)
Have some heat and thanks for posting the deal.
CoeK2 h, 22 m ago

Wait until the grammar police above see this comment

I suffer from dyslexia so i have issues with writing and spelling, but i know if i replace the e with an c in your name that it might suit you more, by the way gave you heat.
Edited by: "korny2" 28th Aug 2017
korny22 m ago

I suffer from dyslexia so i have issues with writing and spelling, but i …I suffer from dyslexia so i have issues with writing and spelling, but i know if i replace the e with an o in your name that it might suit you more, by the way gave you heat.



I don't know how to cook though.
korny23 m ago

I suffer from dyslexia so i have issues with writing and spelling, but i …I suffer from dyslexia so i have issues with writing and spelling, but i know if i replace the e with an c in your name that it might suit you more, by the way gave you heat.


haha nice edit.
korny21 h, 47 m ago

I suffer from dyslexia so i have issues with writing and spelling, but i …I suffer from dyslexia so i have issues with writing and spelling, but i know if i replace the e with an c in your name that it might suit you more, by the way gave you heat.


Not trying to be rude, but doesn't your browser (or phone / app / whatever) auto correct or make suggestions for you?
Destard28th Aug

Not trying to be rude, but doesn't your browser (or phone / app / …Not trying to be rude, but doesn't your browser (or phone / app / whatever) auto correct or make suggestions for you?

Dyslexia is often confused for laziness and/or stupidity. e.g. there is no excuse for the use of "i" in place of "I" other than laziness. Nor does dyslexia explain the construction of sentences starting with so, or OK, or both, that is just poor education.
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