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Dell Inspiron (refurb) 13 7370 i5-8250U 8G DDR4, 256SSD, FHD, 1Yr On site warranty for £515.99
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Recent version of the Inspiron 13 (previous versions have been more plasticy!). Make sure you pick this one, as there is a DDR3 version for the same price (may just be a typo). Si… Read more
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All gone now, AFAICS, so marking deal as expired. They have others at same price (again 7370, with (probably misprinted) DDR3 1600 RAM but main diff seems to be 1 yr collect and return, not the on site that the deal above had. They also have more expensive ones, with 3yr on site.


Not all models, no. But keep repeating and it might eventually happen...


Minor follow up-having posted the deal, I actually splashed the cash and bought one. Free next day on TNT, laptop looks untouched (slightly worried as it is a refurb) EDIT: The HDMI output supports UHD @ 60Hz, which I wasn't expecting (most reviews mention HDMI 1.4, not 2.0), so no need for USB-C to HDMI 2.0 dongle.


Thanks for sharing your first deal @CaptainKremmen heat added :D


Anyone had a bad experience with recent Dell LCD panel quality? From Dell Outlet I ordered a Precision 7510 (2017 refurb) with a 15.6" FHD 'IPS' panel but it turned out to be their basic TN panel, with the worst LCD picture quality I've seen in about 10 years. Appalling contrast, made worse by a really narrow viewing angle. But I was lucky in that Dell had got the details wrong and they found me a replacement with the IPS panel. Amazing in comparison. Always check the specs of those panels...

Gaming Laptop: DELL Inspiron 15-7567,i7, 1x16GB (1/2 slot),1050ti 4GB, 128SSD +1TB HDD £935.99 @ EuroPC
Found 27th Aug 2017Found 27th Aug 2017
Condition: Certified Refurbished Warranty: Includes 3 year DELL Premium onsite warranty

The SSD is far too small for a gaming laptop and at this price.


Lovely laptop for that price, just a shame about the screen. Same with the others linked. Pro's and cons for each. Personally I got my eye on Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming or Acer Predator 15. A few hundred more but worth it.


I think I would throw this out as a good middle ground Few quid more but new and doesn't have the bad screen of the Dell nor the piss poor build quality of the ROG.


Although the gfx specs are slightly better, you are down on RAM and Processor. Also having bought one of these last year in the black friday deals, i would advise anyone thinking of doing so not to. The quality is shocking and dealing with the abysmal 3rd party company who handle ASUS warranty was even worse. Luckily amazons returns policy was superb and refunded me 2 months after purchase.

EagleUK £899 after cashback.

Verbatim 128GB Pinstripe USB Flash Drive, Black with PinStripe, Limited Lifetime Warranty £11.99 + £7.19 del @ EuroPC
Found 19th Aug 2016Found 19th Aug 2016
Verbatim 128GB Pinstripe USB Flash Drive, Black with PinStripe, Limited Lifetime Warranty
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HOW MUCH ??????


cold for me for the awful delivery cost. if its not in the description, its also misleading and should go freezing.


Freezing for delivery, makes this a bit of a non-deal...


what about delivery of £7.19

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Verbatim 500GB Store 'n' Go portable hard drive with 7-year warranty for £31.18 Delivered @ EuroPC
Found 15th Apr 2016Found 15th Apr 2016
Verbatim 500GB Store 'n' Go Portable Hard Drive, USB 3.0, Metallic Silver, 7 Year limited Warranty - 116717 The seven-year "limited" warranty is worth examining, as my experience … Read more

Bought 2 of these over a year ago to backup laptop and computer, still going strong no problems.



My Go Ltd GBT6 Multipad DIG!T Tablet, Android 4.0, ARM 7100 1GHz, 512MB RAM, 4GB Flash, 6-inch, 1 Year RTB Warranty - £25.18 Delivered @ EuroPC
Found 15th Apr 2016Found 15th Apr 2016
Go Tab Multipad DIG!T 6" Android Tablet ARM-7100 Dual-Core 1.0GHz Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) 512MB RAM 4GB Flash HDD 6.0" HD Display 1 Year RTB Warranty Brand New



two points of note on this one: i bought my two four year old boys a 1gb RAM / 8gb storage version of this GoTab for Christmas. Couldnt fault it and was very happy with the 50 quid each I paid for them. I agree this version will be too slow and effectively useless. secondly...some piece of dung similarly specced 512 Ram acatel (i think) tablet, made it in to 100's of heat last week....TWICE the price of this at 50 quid. How does this work? havent voted




Thanks, jameshothothot et al ... I'm a new user, and this kind of advice shows the value of the site. It's not just the deals, it's the collective wisdom ... the things that, as a buyer, I'd have realised later. Good advice, I think.


>>>>> No thanks, already have some for free.. however you could try selling it to all the other iMad tablet owners.. >>>>> Reviews:

Dell U2414H - Refurbished - 3 Year Warranty £155.99 @ EuroPC
Found 26th Nov 2015Found 26th Nov 2015
DELL 24 Monitor U2414H 23.8-inch UltraSharp 1920 x 1080 Full HD Widescreen LED Monitor, Dell 3 Year Warranty The world’s thinnest border for magnificent viewing - the Dell UltraSh… Read more
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Not much saving from brand new. cold.


A few days ago, we got at work brand new U2414H from a seller on Amazon for £155. I cannot remember the seller... all I know is that it was quite new (about 50 reviews). We got the monitors 2 days later and they were in mint conditions. so... why do I say that? If you're a bit short on money, put an alert on camelcamelcamel or flubit it and you might get a similar price for a brand new monitor.


I have this had it since March of last year. Love it!


Yeah, these were never even close to £500. They were just over £200 at launch. I paid £180.82 brand new from Amazon in August 2014.


500 for a 1080p monitor?

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DELL Latitude E6420 i5-2520M 2.5GHz, 8GB RAM (Refurb) £215.99 delivered at
Found 24th Sep 2015Found 24th Sep 2015
Take-anywhere performance and durability - the Dell Latitude E6420 14" Laptop. The style you want and the performance you need come together in one durable package with the Dell La… Read more
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What course is she doing as depending what she is doing may make some machines a better option than others? Personally for me if I was to go back to university again I would want to buy something with a larger and higher resolution screen. Yes, having a laptop is nice to take to lectures but it's going to be more of a distraction than a benefit. I'd rather not have that distraction and have a great machine on my desk that will ensure I can work as efficiently as possible.


​Why? Just why?


Guys I'm after the best specced 13" ish laptop I can get for 400. It's for my daughter for college so needs to be light and have at least 3/4 he battery. I don't mind buying refurb. I'm completely lost atm so all advice would be appreciated


looking for a refurb laptop between £150-200 any other models out there with robust casing and better screen res?


Bought many dell outlet pc's and laptops and yet to notice any real use. IMPO, they class some refurbished machines just to get rid of older hardware/end ones at the of lifecycle.

Refurbed : Dell Precision T7500 MT Intel Xeon E5620 2.4 GHz 12GB 2x500GB 1GB NVIDIA Quadro 2000 Win 7 Pro x64 @ Euro PC
Found 10th Oct 2014Found 10th Oct 2014
Manufacturer Dell CPU Type Intel Xeon E5620 CPU Speed 2.4 GHz RAM Size 12 GB RAM Type DDR3 ECC Registered RAM Speed 1333 MHz Disk Size 2x 500 GB HDD Type SATA Optical Drive DVDRW G… Read more
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i wrote it twice


Quick off the mark aren't you? It only took you 10 days to come up with that eloquent and and witty response! There's no need to shout. Yes it was in the title as x64, but that was easy to miss and not everybody will necessarily realise that means 64bit Windows - obviously so as mmuw asked the question. Actually I was replying to mmuw and I had meant my post to sound like it would obviously be 64bit because of having 12GB RAM - although re-reading the post I realise it could be read to mean I was questioning it. So calm down dearie - it's not the end of the world!




No point in having 12GB or RAM unless it is 64bit.


looking at the title it is 64bit

Lenovo ThinkCentre E6600 Dual Core SFF 2.4GHz, 2GB, 160GB, DVD, Windows 7 Professional @ £106.80 from EuroPC
Found 15th Jul 2014Found 15th Jul 2014
Was looking for a basic desktop and this one even comes with Windows 7 Pro good price I guess. Hook it up with your TV and there you have it a Genius TV while everybody have Smart… Read more
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There is still an outside chance that the fan issue in my case was due to a dodgy update, as it happened after I used the Fujitsu update utility (having successfully done a clean install of W7). Will give it another try with a different W7 iso next week. In that thread I linked to, they are all using Rev 3 and Rev 4 power supplies. My power supply says Rev 2 on it.


Thanks for the heads up, looks like I'd better keep my soldering iron on standby then!


Yep, you bought the same one as me from Tier 1. Well, the problem with these could be the three capacitors on the mobo rather than the p/s. Changing the latter can help but not necessarily cure the issue.


I bought one of the slightly older ones (E3561 IIRC) for 90 quid about a year ago, it's been used every day without problems. If it does break (other than major mobo fault) I'll re-skin it in a bigger case.


Bought a Fujitsu in a similar deal at the end of last year. It's only seen about 3 months use and is now displaying a known fault where the fans go into overdrive and OS won't load. It's a £100 paperweight now.

Notebook Backpac 15.4'' for £13.04 Delivered  @ EuroPC
Found 14th Apr 2012Found 14th Apr 2012
This Backpac appeals to today′s mobile professionals with an active lifestyle and a more casual work environment. Combining convenience and comfort with attractive design, it offer… Read more
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the same bag was selling at ASDA Direct for £15 and then during the last Christmas sale in store ASDA for £12. The build is just ok for the price. I used to own a very nice targus bag and when that broke, I bought this one. Can't complain for the price I paid but would wish for a better quality one. Just few weeks ago I bought another bag of the same one to the one that was broken and paid over £30 but to find the same quality compared to the one I have from ASDA. Targus seems to have trim down the quality somehow.

Archos 7 Home Tablet, 7 Inch, 8GB SSD, Android for £71.99 Delivered  @ EuroPC
Found 24th Mar 2012Found 24th Mar 2012
The ARCHOS 7 home tablet is the first 7 Inch Android tablet to deliver the Internet and all the applications for your digital lifestyle whether you"re lying on the couch or you"re … Read more
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If this truly was the first Android tablet to be able to "deliver the Internet" then it is ancient. Android 1.6 is certainly well outdated. There are 2.3 tablets around for less.


I think the extra £1.20 is worth buying from a UK retailer rather than one from France !


COLD cheaper at PIXMANIA.


That statement is rubish. You can use archos with the internet on a number of other products, at cheaper value!



Notebook Carry Bag BG-3450p for £10.32 @ EuroPC
Found 14th Mar 2012Found 14th Mar 2012
Compact storage and carry bag for notebook and peripherals - Padded interior to protect your hardware - Main section with strap and scaleable to suit every current notebook model s… Read more

You want these bags to look inconspicuous nowadays, I usually advise peeps to go for the backpack type bags.

Notebook Security Lock for £3.40 @ EuroPC
Found 11th Mar 2012Found 11th Mar 2012
Notebook Security Lock

I think they changed the design a year or two ago so you can't pick it (easily).


oh dead what a pointless deal...


They may dissuade an opportunistic thief but these types of locks can be undone in a matter of seconds with a biro end or even a piece of cardboard, give a false sense of security imo.


A Kensington lock can also be used on monitors, projectors and NAS devices and so on. Many devices already have a Kensington "slot" built in (though you may not notice it unless you look for it) Here is an example of one


£3.02 delivered at Euro PC.

Packard Bell Desktop PC from EuroPC for £419.99
Found 3rd Mar 2012Found 3rd Mar 2012
Packard Bell iPower, Intel Core i7 920 2.66 GHz, 6 GB, 1 TB, MS Windows Vista Home Premium (Says refurb but looks like they have loads in stock. I think it will be end of line st… Read more
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Thanks again Tyranicus. I can see why people are voting cold. It's on the old site. I just don't agree that it is rubbish:p P.S still on the web looking out for that special computer that I am 'meant to be with'. Still can't find anything decent. Might end up going for a pay monthly deal on PC world. ( I know I know- I don't like PC world either, even I know more than their 'tech experts', but they do let you pay a small amount each month)


OP is getting a bit of a rough ride imo. He is quite open about his lack of knowledge and unlike many on here does not profess to be an expert about just about any topic you care to name. In terms of £ per performance this is hard to beat, it has been iced up just because its old tech.


lol:) No one is having a rant here. Perhaps some educated debate is going on, which it looks like I am losing. But I am certainly here to be educated. If you really had read the 'rant' then you would know I am NOT buying it, but simply posting it out there for those that want a machine that will play some of the latest games, but they don't have to break the bank. I am looking for a CHEAPER model, but so far the only alternatives anyone have found have been more expensive and less specs to boot, (which is why I am still asking why can it be cold if there are no better or cheaper alternatives on todays market). At least I am here trying to respond to people who are questioning the deal and listening to the critisisms. Instead of just posting up a deal then walking away from it, which happens often on here. A little debate is not a bad thing and maybe it will help people make up there minds whether to buy or not to buy in the end.


Thanks for that Tyranicus. Some good points to consider. Again though, if I had some extra money to spend I would probably just get a new, ready built PC, and it probably wouldn't be much of a bargain. Just been watching the video on youtube again to try and answer some of those questions but I can't get many specifics from that. It does look like that it had top spec stuff in it from 2 to 2.5 years ago, and would have cost about 3 times as much as it does now. It's got 2 untra quiet fans in it. 4 HD slots, 6 Ram slots. Some spare PCI-e slots but I can't tell how many. There is also a couple of ebay its that look like this ( over £500 there) and from that I gathere it also has:10 USB ports, 5.1 Channel HD Surround Sound card, 2 Hot swappable RAID Hard Disk bays. Can't find any clues as to what the motherboard is. I'm not that techy that I could identify them on site lol:) Just know a small bit enough to get by when comparing things. Also, I can't say it is 100% new ( i.e just unsold stock) or if it really is refurbished because of faults or whatever, but if I was to have a bet, then judging by the amount of stock there is then I would definitely put some money on it never having left the shop.


After reading through this rant, I can say one thing: BUY IT!, as you clearly are delusional and no one is going to convince you otherwise. On another note, since you seem to have your heart set on Packard bell, why dont you splash out a mere 100 more and get this thing:

LCD Speaker Bar for £7.21 @ EuroPC
Found 3rd Mar 2012Found 3rd Mar 2012
Product Information Overview Attach seamlessly to the front bezel of your monitor to add full multimedia support features, including stereo speakers with full sound range and an ex… Read more

are they very loud? pete


just did a search and apparently it clips on bottom of a monitor, reviews not too good on Amazon.


I'd assume it'll only fit HP monitors, can't see how it would fit a laptop....


Im looking for this sort of thing after my girlfriend knicked a similar item i got from Orange access, the bracket looks quite strange in the picture though , has anyone seen or used one of these ? will it fit on a laptop screen ?

Hannspree 23.6 INCH WIDE FULL HD 1920 X 1080 5MS VGA DVI-D MM BLACK GLOSSY FRAME - £110.45 @ Euro PC
Found 2nd Mar 2012Found 2nd Mar 2012
Go Beyond!! The core value of the Hanns.G brand is to go beyond perfection and exceed expectations. Apart from basing its product designs on lifestyle aesthetics, every product fro… Read more

Great price and my 32" hanspree tv has a really good picture.. promising deal! +heat


£112.44 including delivery.

Pantho £104 @ Lambatek



Acer Aspire 5742 refurb, i3 380M, 6 GB, 500 GB, Windows 7 £238 delivered @europc
Found 23rd Feb 2012Found 23rd Feb 2012
Cracking deal, just bought mine. Possible 4% quidco. Better be quick!!! 1 year warranty Technical Specifications Condition Refurbished Screen Size 15.6 Max Resolution 1366 x 7… Read more

same charger here


Mine arrived today, too. Like new, in original box but no booklet. One negative thing is that the charger is not Acer, it is an Lite-on, 65W.


finally arrived by fedex today with its original box ,like new with all booklet and good packing .better refurbish than dsg .again thanks to hduk




Says the uninformed! ;)