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Ebuyer is one of the UK’s most popular online retailers, particularly for computers and computer parts. Along with computers and computer accessories, Ebuyer also stocks TVs, mobile phones, tablets, gaming consoles, and software. HotUKDeals collects all of the latest Ebuyer deals and promotions, which are listed below. Read more

All Ebuyer Deals, Discounts & Sales for July 2018

Acer B226HQL 21.5" Full HD Monitor £69.99 @ eBuyer
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Brief Desc: 1920 x 1080 Full HD DVI & VGA 60 Hz / 5ms Response Time Panel Type: TN Built in Speakers Free Delivery Full Desc: Screen Size: 54.6 cm (21.5") Screen Mod… Read more
Kaixen_Dannyjak

Maybe it would be the better value option but I feel like the purpose of this post was a cheap 1080p monitor, regardless of it’s lack of quality.

Catman99

You would be better off getting an IPS panel monitor. The difference is night and day eg Dell S2218H @ £100 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B06XS7NMLZ/ref=sr_1_3_olp?ie=UTF8&qid=1531909803&sr=8-3&keywords=dell+monitor&condition=new

D-Link Mydlink DCH-S150/B Home Wi-Fi Motion Sensor, £13.97 delivered at ebuyer
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Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Wireless Frequency Range: 2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz PIR Sensor: 8 metres (100° horizontal / 80° vertical) detection range Antennas: One internal antenna
terriclarkfan

Via IFTTT, yes.

NathanEllisWynne

Out of stock.

steevieboy4u

Will this work with these? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tp-link-hs100-wi-fi-smart-plug-1200-off-1749-argos-2988163

aland163

Hue is £15 on amazon if your quick.

terriclarkfan

I don't have Hue, but I know it's on IFTTT, so that should be possible.

Asus ROG Strix RX VEGA 64 OC edition 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card £528.98 Ebuyer
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Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
I know it is still expensive for a graphics card and x card is coming out in y weeks, but this is the cheapest it has ever been! It is also the cheapest at the moment by ar… Read more
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steliyanlulchev

I'm selling 27' Samsung curved 144hz freesync monitor any red team member interested :)

7800gtman

Vega 56 when it was £380 ish was the smart buy. Shame the price went up to such a ridiculous price. Wouldnt buy this at this price when nvidia 2x series due to drop.

vulcanproject

1. You're a miner 2. You bought Freesync That's it. Although spending £100 more on a card which is worse than a GTX1080 kind of negates the premium for a Gsync monitor anyway. That and the near future of AMD actually building anything decent high end isn't exactly looking great either.

londonstinks

Some people like myself are with Freesync monitors, so makes sense to go Red.

kamikazilucas

why even buy this when you can get a 1080 which is better in most cases and alot cheaper

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HP OfficeJet Pro 7730 Wide Format All-in-One Printer £89.99, £29.99 after £60 cashback at Ebuyer
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Cashback deal available with this product until 31st Jul 2018Purchase this printer and claim £60 cashback with HP! Click here to learn more Print, copy, scan fax Print speed u… Read more
Greatboy.m21

Before apply for cashback u need to ask for invoice from the seller then u can apply and I had to request from Ebuyer by email.

jonobigblind

Cracking find, thanks for the heads up. Ordered and heat given (y) 🏼

shug119

Good find

Tacavas

MarkThisDay

Brother DCP-9020CDW goes on offer alot

Fractal Design Define Series R6 Tower case, £89.98 @ Ebuyer
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Sound Dampened Steel Panels Reversible Front Door with Anodised Aluminium Cover Highly Modular Interior Extensive Water Cooler Support
SandorClegane

I've got this case myself. Paid £110 for the TG version which is identical except it has a tempered glass side panel. Being able to see the pretty light show inside the case is important to me.

qbs

What are you on about? You don't even know what case I have, and given your tone, I can't be bothered telling you. :)

Tacavas

Just helped that guy, not my comment (y)

Bruno.Harris

That's a whole new level I can't even take :/

mepsipax

This case is the best in its class in my opinion. It keeps everything very quiet, has lots of drive bays, 3 pre-installed fans - with room to install more etc Plus it looks good :)

MSI GTX 1080 GAMING X 8GB GDDRX Graphics Card £479.98 inc Delivery @ Ebuyer
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
A bit more pricey than some 1080s we have seen but this is normally floating above £500
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dpathic2001

Check out Mystic Meg.

gu2gan

i see it at £299 Black Friday Event

bitnothing

Hopefully for me it will only be 320, I plan on selling my GTX 970 for 150ish :o

gu2gan

i am a poor man i want to buy this with 300

Picco

gu2gan: not for this model imho, i reckon the MSI Gaming variations have one of the best cooling of them all.

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MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Card £244.98 Ebuyer
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
£50 cheaper than the deal for it the other week!! I know the cooler isn't as good as on other cards but does the job. Still a great price for an 8GB RX580 card! Features C… Read more
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smr1

After 1 year? I've had Amazon send me to the maker within a couple of weeks of purchase but I didn't mind even though I told them my contract was with them. The maker sent me the part I needed and let me replace it on the laptop myself without negating my warranty so I was happy enough. MSI have a European rma centre and Gigabyte used to have a UK address for rma so I'm surprised Gigabyte were useless. Sapphire I can understand. EVGA for Nvidia had a good rep as well. I've tried to stick to companies that don't make you deal with the far east

Happy_Merchant

still costs too much, 2 years ago i got a rx 480 for £200. that's the limit of what i am willing to pay.

plewis00

I’ve never been turned away by Amazon, and you have EU Consumer Law to cite if it turns nasty. Most of these GPU manufacturers are based in the Far East and make life really hard anyway so I can’t say one is better than another - Sapphire and Gigabyte were useless when I had fan failures and both times went back to retailer for refund.

smr1

Amazon won't give you warranty after 1 year or help to deal with maker. I don't know if powercolor is reliable now when it comes to warranty or how long they give?

plewis00

Ok? I'm not sure I understand the relevance of this. It's cheaper, better than this MSI card and from a more reputable retailer.

Linksys WRT32X AC3200 WI-FI Gaming Router, £89.98 @ Ebuyer
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
A router
rev6

Report back (y)

WiteWulf

I made a start on figuring it out but (bizarrely) found that tinkering with the LEDs for the radios actually killed the wifi! It's a nkown bug: https://forum.lede-project.org/t/davidc502-wrt1200ac-wrt1900acx-wrt3200acm-wrt32x-builds/15839/192 I need get a look at a WRT32X running the stock firmware with LEDs turned off and see the output of 'cat /etc/config/system' to try and pop it on OpenWRT

rev6

I hate blue LED's. Can't figure a way with LEDE only the stock firmware has a toggle for it. Must be a way!

WiteWulf

...and running a properly tuned SQM QoS system on one of these practically eliminates that. (Sorry, yes, forgot the blue LEDs, which I'm trying to figure out how to turn off as our device sits on a shelf under the telly and they're *very* distracting :-D )

rev6

Software plays a part too ISP routers are usually limited. QoS is important. Bufferbloat is a pain in the rear.

ADATA 480GB SU650 SSD £72.99 + 3 Year Manufacturer warranty @ Ebuyer
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Adata SSD Dropped further in price now £72.99 including free delivery 3D NAND Technology Read/Write Speed Up to 520/450 MB/s Dynamic SLC Caching for optimised performance 3 Y… Read more
babylon

Warranty is with the retailer,Always has been, They may try to fob you of and send you to the manufactuer, But your contract is with the retailer.

Chanchi32

The warranty is from the manufacturer not. Ebuyer Thanks

Sobraon

Seems a good price and I might have been tempted - except it's Ebuyer and I know from my experience that they dont honour warranties.

MSI PL62 7RC Gaming Laptop + Bundle Pack - Includes Grey Backpack, Mouse mat, Mouse + Stickers with this product £499.98 @ Ebuyer
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Found 15th JulFound 15th Jul
Intel Kabylake i5-7300HQ 8GB RAM + 1TB HDD 15.6" Full HD + WIFI NVIDIA GeForce MX150 2GB Windows 10 Home 1.5% cashback @ TCB.
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tc_Joness

Check out Dell on curry's https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-inspiron-15-7000-156-laptop-i7-7500u-16gb-ram-256gb-ssd-geforce-940mx-59999-currys-2987121

bulletfoss

MX150 is not gaming standard. This is not a gaming laptop, not at all.

RapidFire

I bought this laptop from AO for £550 and can confirm it is trash. Takes ages to startup and has a ton of bloatware that causes the laptop to hangup multiple times. I will re-image it at some point and think it will help but just bear in mind you will too if you want a decent user experience.

eternald

I have the medion laptop and have used a few of the MSI laptops including one with the mx150. As said above the mx150 is essentially a 1030m and plays eSports titles pretty well including rocket league etc. The only problem I have with MSI is there after market support as I wascaught up in the A10 and m290x debacle a few years ago so I have personally never bought another MSI laptop again. The medion has a 4gb gddr5 1050 and plays games very well despite the 7200u CPU, the ram is a single stick ddr4 2400 leaving another spot for an upgrade. The build quality is much better than the medion laptops of yore which I used to repair alot back in the days of Lidl,Aldi and Woolworths selling them. The only problem with the medion is you cannot use VR with it, not even windows Mr as it passes through the integrated graphics otherwise you could have use Oculus or a mixed reality headset. Any questions feel free to ask.

W_jelly1

Never mind the spec it comes with STICKERS....

Lenovo Ideapad 120S (14") Laptop - Grey - * now £139.97 @ Ebuyer
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What a cracking deal if you need an entry level laptop. windows 10s. Not sure if you can still upgrade to windows 10 for free but im sure someone will tell me one way or another. S… Read more
Meluk9

Ahh perfect. Cheers.

audievo

You can just switch 10s off and switch to 10. Once done you can’t switch back

Meluk9

Even if your already on 10? The only option is to upgrade to pro for £120 I think I was quoted.

audievo

its free to switch to windows 10, has been for a long time now

Meluk9

Dont forget everyone that this comes with Windows 10 s so you cant install any software apart from apps from the Windows Store!

ADATA SU650 480GB SSD - £74.99 @ Ebuyer
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Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
3D NAND Technology Read/Write Speed Up to 520/450 MB/s Dynamic SLC Caching for optimised performance 3 Year Warranty
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LethalSilence

a decent price if you haven't already got one and depending on useage, but they aren't a 'good' ssd by any means. I've tested these in raid0 against 1 x samsung pro and it didn't perform as well. Stocks of these and similar are being run down for higher capacity and bear in mind - more chips = (in general) faster speeds. 250gb is such a small amount these days. http://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Samsung-850-Evo-500GB-vs-Adata-SU650-480GB/3477vsm434166 focus on the random read and writes, which is what matters - not the burst speeds marketing quotes

astateoftrance

Heat. Been using a 128 GB ADATA drive for the last 18 month and no complaints..it's getting very temmpting to get a second one as a data drive.

BirchieBirch

ADATA make great drives!

baldude

No need to be rude. I just mentioned Samsung is an option.

CaliBloomers

Fingers crossed. I cannot deal with any less capacity than 1TB for my main Storage. My backup 500gb SSD is handy but maxed already.

Palit 240GB SSD Drive £41.98 120GB for £23.98 Ebuyer
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Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
Some good prices for ssd drives at ebuyer...
garybb

True but for a OS install and store apps its all you will need. Now if your planning on installing games etc... that's where a second drive comes in handy and i bet the majority have more than one drive (highfive)

GwanGy

Its enough for maybe a simple office machine , but if you play any games or have a large program (adobes) then your 120gb , once OS is installed, will be getting near full . At these prices go for 240gb (or 480gb) as it will last longer and fit much more apps games adobes. IMO (nerd)

bobdylan

Thanks for the info, will bear it in mind for future purchases, I've never actually heard of Palit and I actually work in IT! :-(

garybb

Why a 120gb is enough to hold your OS and as many apps as you like.

Al3x4nd3r

Shame they deliver with yodel

HP 255 G6 Laptop 3KX70ES £189.99 @ Ebuyer
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Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
AMD A6-9220 APU 2.5GHz 4GB RAM + 1TB HDD 15.6" LED + DVDRW WIFI + Bluetooth FreeDOS (Windows 10 NOT Included) Sub £200 laptop for everyday use. 1.5% cashback @ TCB.
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KITTYBOTS

Something isn't right then - the CPU looks comparable to ULV Haswell Celeron CPUs looking at the Notebookcheck tests: https://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-A6-9220-SoC-Benchmarks-and-Specs.261412.0.html https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Celeron-2957U-Notebook-Processor.104913.0.html

RoddersWHU

I'm harassing a guess mine was faulty then so I'm still happy I returned it. My old Celeron Netbook runs quicker with similar benchmark score and was £30 cheaper when I bought it. Done me well for 4 years. I was only looking for a bigger screen as it's used for remote access to my headless machines.

Andre.Kuz

My Ubuntu it's just flying. With some games, steam, 720p videos. No problems. I only replace SSD.

RoddersWHU

I got this 2 week's ago and it's been returned. Tried 4 different linux distros and to be honest it's not cut out. Even lubuntu was struggling. It throws out errors, randomly crashes & just doesn't like any OS that isn't Win 10. As soon as I put Win 10 on it it was great, but if like me you don't want windows then avoid it. HP were quick to accept my RMA request despite it stating Linux as a compatible OS.

nomnomnomnom

Just like DOS. But free.

Asus GTX 1060 6GB OC Graphics Card + Free Cerberus LED Gaming Mouse (worth approx £25) £252.98 @ ebuyer
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Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Get a free Cerberus LED Gaming Mouse (worth approx £25) when you purchase the Asus GTX 1060 6GB DUAL OC Graphics Card only at ebuyer.
nascent

"Hey steve, how do we get rid of all these crappy mice we have in stock? Shall I put them in the bin?" "no jack I have an idea, lets dump them in the boxes with the 1060s and call it a promotion!" "You're a genius steve."

Norseg

Is the item still listed or was their only one? When I search of eBay for any graphics card I only get insanely high prices I wish I bought those 2 ASUS RX 480s ages ago for £160 each but I thought I'll get save a bit more for a better card instead of crossfire, I was too late, suddenly the prices increased :( I wouldn't trust a used GPU anymore probably used to its near death

aberboy007

at the time of insane gpu prices it was mentioned on some youtube channel that the 980ti had been overlooked and there was value there, so just watched until found a good seller he wanted over 200 to be fair buy settled on "180 and its been great, can play 4k with settings lowered a little on some games

gopolog86

you got a bargain for a 980ti as at current prices they go for £250/£280

aberboy007

exactly my point it would be a boring world if we all did they same, was just pointing out there is always an alternative, personally i find no value in the 1060, but prices are collapsing and if they do go below the 199 figure then maybe it becomes more appealing, but for myself i found it better and cheaper to go the slighly older route, yes there maybe a warranty issue,but sometimes its worth the risk and i bought my 980ti at a time when gpu prices were at their peak

MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £449.98 @ Ebuyer
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Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Boost Clock / Base Clock 1797 MHz / 1657 MHz 8192 MB GDDR5X / 10010 MHz Memory Video Output Function DisplayPort x 3 HDMI x 1 Dual-link DVI-D x 1 Features Virtual Reality… Read more
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Copiryte_

For about 30 pounds more you could get a gigabyte 3 fan 8gig 1080

shinken17

probably the worse 1080 ever made BUT that price is probably the cheapest new 1080 you can get. It’s still a 1080 ay

uberjuba

Not this one. I suggest you check out reviews of this model

stuartsharpin

Cheers, am I right in thinking msi slightly better than palit or not?

Palit Geforce GTX 1060 3GB - £176.04 @ Ebuyer
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I not sure if it is a great price but it does seem okay. Note: The GPU is apparently ex-display
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Jamie_Cannon

I think people look way too much into this nonsense. I run sold my 1080 and currently am using a 960 2GB I run a triple setup 1 x 4k @ 60hz 1 x rog swift 1440p 144Hz 1 x 1080p ips All with zero issues whatsoever. I run BF4 1440p high settings at 60-70 fps .. just sayin'

GwanGy

They can state what they like , but your consumer rights (under law) override all that.. the only trouble is .. how much hassle would it be ? the only thing You can get from their description is that the box has definitely been opened 3gb wouldnt worry me , but the fact that the NEXT series will be out before Xmas lowers the value proposition. 1160 FTW! :D

oneman

3gb shouldn't be an issue. Depends on resolution and how many screens you want to run.

aky247s

Plus its only 3GB

Uncommon.Sense

Note: The GPU is apparently ex-display So it's a used card? eBuyers version of ex-Display is one that has been returned usually that is not complete. From their website: "Open Box/Ex-Display Product is in nearly new condition but may have been opened or have minor cosmetic damage to box or product. Product is sold with 90 day warranty which supersedes any other reference to warranty within product title or description." 90 day warranty, AVOID!

Acer V226HQL 21.5" Full HD LED monitor - £55.98 - eBuyer
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Found 10th JulFound 10th Jul
Not the best looking monitor, in my opinion, but hard to sniff at for £55.98 delivered. It's eBuyers daily deal, so if you need it, grab one. Seems decent enough at 20-24% off :) … Read more
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Dave_dave69

I think you are perfectly correct - I just clicked on the link that I posted to look at it further and got "We looked everywhere. Looks like this page is missing."

Robot714

"Economy Delivery (Collect+ Economy Tracked)" i've seen that delivery type on many fake ebay listings.

Dave_dave69

Yes maybe something wrong - that's why I didn't post it as a deal. But there were plenty more listings for similar prices if someone wants to take the risk.

SUMMONER

That is way too cheap. Probably a mistake or hijacked Ebay account.

Dave_dave69

23.8" Dell P2417H Fll HD Monitor, IPS Panel, 1920x1080, 60Hz, 16:9, 6ms, 4M:1, Condition:New Buy it now £42 free P&P https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/23-8-Dell-P2417H-Fll-HD-Monitor-IPS-Panel-1920x1080-60Hz-16-9-6ms-4M-1/132697747294?hash=item1ee566ef5e:g:YggAAOSwzlFbREiT