HP OMEN 17-an013na Laptop, Intel Core i7 7700HQ, 8GB, 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB , 17.3* 120HZ NVIDIA G-SYNC display at John Lewis - WITH HP MIXED REALITY HEADSET for £999.95 @ John Lewis
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HP OMEN 17-an013na Laptop, Intel Core i7 7700HQ, 8GB, 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB , 17.3* 120HZ NVIDIA G-SYNC display at John Lewis - WITH HP MIXED REALITY HEADSET for £999.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 29th Dec 2017Edited by:"alexrose1uk"
Saw the other deal linked for the laptop only, but realised there is actually a MUCH better deal!!
John Lewis are currently doing a bundle with the £379.99 HP Mixed Reality Headset included for FREE!

Big saving if you're interested, or sell it and get another few hundred off the laptop!
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I’m waiting for someone to moan that it doesn’t come with an SSD
Shame, no hydrogen fusion reactor. Freezing.
tempt11 m ago

Wouldn't the gimped 1060 struggle to fill the 17 inch screen? larger …Wouldn't the gimped 1060 struggle to fill the 17 inch screen? larger surface area equates to largel pixel size and hence demand more GPU power!!


Nope, screen size has no impact on the graphics power required. It's all about the resolution
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That's a pretty sexy deal
I’m waiting for someone to moan that it doesn’t come with an SSD
Mine is getting delivered today, gonna have to cancel and re-order lol
Why is there no STD? Cold for me.
Shame, no hydrogen fusion reactor. Freezing.
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Thing is, at that sort of price, you could likely add extra RAM and an SSD; the headset is worth several hundred If you already wanted that, it basically makes the laptop £600.
show me another laptop this cheap with these specs!
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The 1060 is not max-q!!
Edited by: "alexrose1uk" 30th Dec 2017
So tempted, not sure if the 17.3 screen is too big for me as used to a 15. Was thinking about portability etc. Anyone have any views to help me decide please?
Say no to non-4K resolution at any price
Wow that's an amazing deal for a 1060!
alexrose1uk13 m ago

Thing is, at that sort of price, you could likely add extra RAM and an SSD; …Thing is, at that sort of price, you could likely add extra RAM and an SSD; the headset is worth several hundred If you already wanted that, it basically makes the laptop £600.OK the 1060 is Max-Q but show me another laptop this cheap with these specs!


Wouldn't the gimped 1060 struggle to fill the 17 inch screen? larger surface area equates to largel pixel size and hence demand more GPU power!!
tempt11 m ago

Wouldn't the gimped 1060 struggle to fill the 17 inch screen? larger …Wouldn't the gimped 1060 struggle to fill the 17 inch screen? larger surface area equates to largel pixel size and hence demand more GPU power!!


Nope, screen size has no impact on the graphics power required. It's all about the resolution
Bass2232 m ago

Mine is getting delivered today, gonna have to cancel and re-order lol



don't they refund the difference within 28 days
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tempt15 m ago

Wouldn't the gimped 1060 struggle to fill the 17 inch screen? larger …Wouldn't the gimped 1060 struggle to fill the 17 inch screen? larger surface area equates to largel pixel size and hence demand more GPU power!!


Nope, unlike the 1070/80, the max-Q 1060 is only about 10-15% behind the non Max-Q variant. Resolution is the decider on demand, not screen size - 15" 1080p and 17" 1080p take exactly the same power to run, the only trick being on the larger screen you may wish to use AA, but as many of us are using 1080p 20+ inch screens, then it's not really a big issue. 120Hz too which is very helpful for gamers or just for additional display smoothness.

4K of course is a whole different ball game.
Edited by: "alexrose1uk" 29th Dec 2017
tempt20 m ago

Wouldn't the gimped 1060 struggle to fill the 17 inch screen? larger …Wouldn't the gimped 1060 struggle to fill the 17 inch screen? larger surface area equates to largel pixel size and hence demand more GPU power!!


LOL
leon_gx-1159776446304830338 m ago

Why is there no STD? Cold for me.


That speaks volumes about your most often used words thanks to your auto correct.
1060 Max Q benchmarks relatively well comparing to it's fatter cousin. Especially in laptops. I doubt it'll even be 10-15% difference in FPS. It's a good deal, you can flog the headset for £200 quid and spend it on SSD and extra RAM.
If you flogged the headset new you would likely be looking at a sale price in the region of £200 - £280 minus seller fees for this product category (individual at 10% / business at 5%) & p&p costs from your e-commerce platform i.e. Ebay. Quick search of headsets sold throughout December on Ebay confirms this.
Edited by: "MK5HashTag66" 29th Dec 2017
The 1060 Max Q is a solid mobile GPU. The full fat mobile 1060 is too, 1060 > 1060 max Q.
Edited by: "MK5HashTag66" 30th Dec 2017
Looks great to me.
I want that more then my girlfriend.
I bought this without the headset and it came yesterday... Anyone know if they'll honour this package?
Looks like another £50 cashback via redemption from HP for the headset.
johnlewis.com/hp-…117
Possibly cost £720 or less for the laptop alone selling the headset + HP cashback by redemption.
Have some heat
Only thing putting me off is those bright red WASD keys. Don't think I could live with them during normal laptop use, I think they would be very distracting. Any thoughts on how obtrusive they are?
Is it possible to add an SSD for the OS and keep the 1tb hard drive, or is it only possible to do a swap?
Have one of those headsets from a similar deal. Concerned to sell on eBay due to scammers (been stung badly in the past and eBay's seller protection is a farce they almost exclusively side with the buyer regardless of the situation). I think CEX will give you £200 in vouchers for them, but that is pretty rough given that CeX can be quite expensive for what they sell and you have to have something you want; I don't.

On the other side, I have the HP omen (albeit with the GTX 1050) and it is fantastic.
MK5HashTag6647 m ago

If you flogged the headset new you would likely be looking at a sale price …If you flogged the headset new you would likely be looking at a sale price in the region of £200 - £280 minus seller fees for this product category (individual at 10% / business at 5%) & p&p costs from your e-commerce platform i.e. Ebay. Quick search of headsets sold throughout December on Ebay confirms this.


Yep, I sold the HP headset from a similar deal sold by Amazon earlier this month for 280 on ebay.. Sold within 36 hours. After fees and courier cost, was left with about 230 making my nephew's new laptop a bargain, and his Xmas (was a gift from all the family so pressure was on lol).

This is a superb deal but can anyone definitely confirm its the 120hz screen? If so, even better.
cheaperbythe121 m ago

Yep, I sold the HP headset from a similar deal sold by Amazon earlier this …Yep, I sold the HP headset from a similar deal sold by Amazon earlier this month for 280 on ebay.. Sold within 36 hours. After fees and courier cost, was left with about 230 making my nephew's new laptop a bargain, and his Xmas (was a gift from all the family so pressure was on lol).This is a superb deal but can anyone definitely confirm its the 120hz screen? If so, even better.


Specs list the display as FHD Antiglare flat 120Hz.

About to pull the trigger on this, if anyone can guide me on the SSD upgrade options....
MK5HashTag665 m ago

The keyboard LEDs are adjustable. This Youtube video by a user of an HP …The keyboard LEDs are adjustable. This Youtube video by a user of an HP Omen laptop presents a brief tutorial on utilizing the HP Omen control software to customize the keyboard. Watch from 2:19 onwards.[Video]



Thanks for that, but that keyboard does not have the bright red WASD keys. They are actually coloured red, and the rest are black. Probably not a big deal for you gamers out there. I just see this as a very well specced 17" laptop, and don't believe I would ever play a game on it! So those keys would bug me. I could easily sell the headset, and with 50 quid cashback, it would be stonking laptop for me at around £700.
The HP hardware specification link for this product > support.hp.com/gb-…261
How that compare to Dell inspiron 7577 15 inch with SSD and Dell visors for 1099 ?
hotukdeals.com/dea…367
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Well if it does have an ssd its an even bigger bargain but as this is unconfirmed Im not going to change the OP
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otak14 m ago

How that compare to Dell inspiron 7577 15 inch with SSD and Dell visors …How that compare to Dell inspiron 7577 15 inch with SSD and Dell visors for 1099 ?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-inspiron-15-7000-7577-gaming-laptop-with-free-vr-headset-bundle-worth-430-and-extra-300-off-21-for-students-or-16788-off-12-regular-customers-dell-2861367


The Dell has more ram and an ssd but potentially a slower hdd and no 120hz.
MK5HashTag6615 m ago

Searching for the relevant info online I found the same product code …Searching for the relevant info online I found the same product code available on Amazon UK > https://www.amazon.co.uk/HP-17-an011na-17-3-inch-Gaming-Laptop/dp/B071W8TFBCThe product spec for the 1060 lists a 128GB SSD and 1TB drive combo. The product info lists it as a Hybrid.The second user review by JR states, 'due to its 128Gb SSD drive it boots in seconds and the 1Tb 7200 HDD provides performance and capacity in volumes'.


Think you're looking at a slightly different model, sadly.

www8-hp.com/uk/…183 is the one we're talking about here and seems to show it is just the 1tb hd on board. Struggling to understand whether I can pop an ssd in alongside the hd or whether it's only a swap that's possible - I'm sure the hd isn't gonna be dog slow, but I want to know I can upgrade in future before dropping a grand!
otak21 h, 29 m ago

How that compare to Dell inspiron 7577 15 inch with SSD and Dell visors …How that compare to Dell inspiron 7577 15 inch with SSD and Dell visors for 1099 ?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-inspiron-15-7000-7577-gaming-laptop-with-free-vr-headset-bundle-worth-430-and-extra-300-off-21-for-students-or-16788-off-12-regular-customers-dell-2861367


The Dell has a 15" screen // The HP has a 17" screen
Dell has a FHD IPS display // The HP has FHD 120 Hz IPS display > HP display is better and it supports G-Sync
Dell has a 1TB 5200rpm HDD + 256GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD // The HP has a 1TB 7200rpm HDD + check if it supports an additional storage drive > Dell is better because it includes an SSD but the 5200rpm HDD is slower than the HP with a 7200rpm HDD.
Dell has 16GB ram on a single stick // HP has 8GB.
HP and Dell backlit keyboard options are both user friendly (on / off) HP FN+F1 // Dell just press F10 key.
Edited by: "MK5HashTag66" 30th Dec 2017
notebookcheck.net/HP-…tml


Notebookcheck review if anyone's interested.

It's for the 1070 version so the gaming benchmarks won't be useful, but It'll give a good idea of the quality of the screen, WIFI, build quality etc.

Great deal. Heat from me.
MK5HashTag6611 m ago

The Dell has a 15" screen // The HP has a 17" screen Dell has a FHD IPS …The Dell has a 15" screen // The HP has a 17" screen Dell has a FHD IPS display // The HP has FHD 120 Hz IPS display > HP display is better and it supports G-SyncDell has a 1TB 5200rpm HDD + 256GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD // The HP has a 1TB 7200rpm HDD + check if it supports an additional storage drive > Dell is better because it includes an SSD but the 5200rpm HDD is slower than the HP with a 7200rpm HDD.Dell has 16GB ram on a single stick // HP has 8GB.HP backlit keyboard options are user friendly


I'd take the HP over the Dell anyday. The IPS screen on the Dell is terrible by all accounts, and it relatively easy to add more Ram & SSD to the HP.
dirtyfrog58 m ago

Is it possible to add an SSD for the OS and keep the 1tb hard drive, or is …Is it possible to add an SSD for the OS and keep the 1tb hard drive, or is it only possible to do a swap?



Looks like there should be a slot for a M.2 SATA SSD.
h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg…510
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