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ASUS FX504GE-E4031T 15.6", i5-8300H, 8GB RAM, GTX 1050Ti 4GB Laptop, Delivered £667.44 @ IT-Supplier
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Great price for the newer i5 CPU and GTX 1050Ti 4GB. I was able to get to price match over the phone as well. 769.97 @ Box, 779.97 @ LaptopsDirect, 799 @ AO. Note; this is… Read more

@sam0 do you have to pay over the phone if you ring up AO to price match? Thanks for any help! Edit: seems you do, though you could order it and ring them retroactively to get the reduction too, but then there's no 100% guarantee you'll get the lower price I suppose so went for the phone order. Thanks OP!


I just got another cheap laptop with the same layout. the HP 255 from ebuyer, and it's just bad to use. There's no right ctrl button, no backslash next to the left shift, I don't even remember where the hash tag is without looking at it. And a lot of the time you go to hit enter, and hit the little button above it, because it's just really wide, taking up 2 key spaces. The misaligned arrow keys don't look pleasant to use either. It's nothing like I've ever used before, and I've been using laptops for 15+ years. It seems to be a US layout, but everything about it points to it using this layout, regardless of the country.


Should have realised that, me being a nurse and all!


just look at reviews yourself if you are interested as there is some inaccurate comments on here quite often. Notebookcheck review for the Asus 503 noted it had a good layout with great keys and that the keyboard was a strong point of the laptop, I would imagine the same is for the 504.


This is the 60hz AHVA panel version, according to it-supplier. They've good reviews on facebook and pricespy, they were very helpful when I phoned to check on the panel yesterday. Looks fine to me (pic) styling might be a bit OTT for some but layout is fine.

HGST Deskstar NAS 8000GB hard drive £206.14 	IT-Supplier
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
This hard drive is ideal for use in NAS (Network Attached Storage) computers. I already have 4 of these drives in my NAS and have just purchased a fifth one. This is the most compe… Read more
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This is a great price and would have a couple if my old motherboard supported them to raid. I don't understand anyone who would risk this amount of data without any form of mirroring. Hot from me.


No idea why this is going negative - Deathstars were ages ago. Good price for a drive from a major vendor with good reliability stats on Backblaze. Although Backblaze don't run this exact drive - they have HDS, HMS, HUH and HUS type drives. Sku 0S04012 is HGST part code: HDN728080ALE604. That's Deskstar 8TB, 7200rpm, 128MB cache vibration sensor. Worth stating that other manufacturer's 8TB drives do well on Backblaze - even <cough> Seagate. HGST model numbers decode as: H = Hitachi D = Deskstar, M = Megascale, U = Ultrastar S = Standard, N = NAS?, H = Helium 5C = CoolSpin technology, 72 = 7200rpm? 80 = Full capacity — 4TB 80 = Capacity this model, 40 = 4TB A = Generation code L = 26.1mm z-height E6 = 512e SATA 6Gb/s, 52 = 512e SAS 6Gb/s, N6 = 4Kn SATA 6Gb/s, 42 = 4Kn SAS 12Gb/s 0 = Reserved (2 = Reserved) y = Data security mode, 0 = instant secure erase, 1 = data encryption, 4 = secure erase, 5 = TCG encryption


LOL Lotta XXX (devil)


Now that’s showing your age!



LG OLED55B7V Smart 4K Ultra HD OLED  TV £1453.81 @ It supplier
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Smart 4K Ultra HD OLED TV LG OLED55B7V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD OLED TV for £1453: Not sure about the supplier though!

Mrs A Consumer t/a TV Reviewers R Us maybe! (y)


"Business / Trade Customers Only. We cannot process consumer orders for this LG item."


Fab find & price! Maybe JL / RS will price match on this seller as they only have 9 at this price :{ They are a massive Dell supplier and have been around ages, not a zillion pound turnover company, but they are very well reviewed all over. Also, if they were naff, hotukdeals backend ((excuse the pun)) office geeks will end the deal!!

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Optoma 92" pull-down projector screen £25.20 delivered at
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
This is currently available on Amazon marketplace for £46; it's over £75 at most other places.

For anyone still interested, it's available for £27.31 from here. Hadn't seen that website before.


That was quick. 15 in stock when posted


says out of stock (annoyed)


I tried to order one from the marketplace for a reduced price and they cancelled it claiming they were 'out of stock'... A buyer might get the same issue even at this price.


Wasn't the same for less than £20 yesterday?

Samsung MU6400 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black,Silver LED TV £486.97 -  IT-Supplier
Found 15th Dec 2017Found 15th Dec 2017
1 year warranty 124.46 cm (49 ") , UHD 3840 × 2160 px, HDR, PQI 1500, Active Crystal Color, HbbTV, DVB-TCS2, HDMi, USB, LAN, Wi-Fi Direct

Motion rate: 60hz?


Anyone know if this size panel has the bleeding issues described in the 40" version of the 6400 series please?


I know Richer sounds got with 6 year warranty for £530 Also here £489 with soundbar deal


Great TV. I got the 40" for this price at the start of the year

Samsung UE49MU6400 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black,Silver LED TV £497.48  @ it-supplier
Found 30th Nov 2017Found 30th Nov 2017 SKU UE49MU6400UXXU EAN 8.80609E+12 DISPLAY PQI (Picture Quality Index) 1500 High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDRI) Yes … Read more
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JL now out of stock for the Samsung UE50MU6120but anyone know the difference between this and the Samsung UE49MU6400?


Bought! In my case JL did not price match with it supplier. Used CPT40 with coop. Thanks!


Same here, I messaged them via live chat and they said they wouldn't match the price with the discount code.


Did you phone customer service? I sent a form for price match and they wouldn’t accept it as it was a third party code..


Got this bad boy for £489.00 with 5 year guarantee at John Lewis. Rang them and they price matched with CO-OP ELECTRICAL online which has code CPT40 BUT WITHOUT 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR £489.00. WELL WORTH THE PRICE WITH A WELL KNOWN RETAILER

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Possible price glitch? ASUS ROG G752VS-GC054T GTX1070 laptop, 120hz, 32gb ram £1574.40 -  IT-Supplier
Found 16th Oct 2017Found 16th Oct 2017
Not sure if this is a price glitch or not. Slightly old CPU, but the rest of the specs seem insane for the price. Shame about the weight or id get one of these myself!
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same with me when i bought they has 2 left


Just tried to buy, immediately refunded saying their promo stock has run out but they have one for £2k. How annoying.


thanks just bought


It's a ROG product, so of course it is expensive; it will still play nearly every current game on high or ultra settings, and 99% of people wouldnt know it from the current gen - unless they were 500fps obsessives.


Indeed...matter and anti-matter v Apple and value for money....

HP ElitePad 1000 G2 64GB Silver tablet £271.20 delivered - error? @ IT Supplier
Found 1st Oct 2017Found 1st Oct 2017
Showing £1000+ everywhere else?? Possible glitch?

These are unreliable in my experience, and poor value. Sorry OP!


Not even a quad-core Bay or Cherry Trail Atom... even older and slower than that.


Not paying even that for a Atom processor


Seems ridiculously overpriced for the spec. Surely anybody with even a modicum of price/spec awareness would look elsewhere?


Very expensive old tech. Cold from me.

Samsung SM863a 480GB Enterprise SSD £301.85 @
Found 29th Sep 2017Found 29th Sep 2017
OK, this won't please the masses on here who want a consumer drive at the fraction of the price. For those looking for leading edge 2.5 inch Enterprise data centre SSD - then this… Read more

I am with you. Please could tell me which model of Intel SSD it was ? Also which one would you recommend for a DC ?


Hot. I think people don't realise what an enterprise disk actually is. They last a hell of a lot longer than regular SSDs. In one of our data centres we had to replace about 100 Intel SSDs that were only 1 year old. The constant re-writes and deletes knackered all the SSDs. The enterprise ones however have been working great for 3 years now.

Hisense UK Ltd 65" 4K UHD LED TV with Freeview HD, 3840 x 2160, Silver, 4x HDMI and 3x USB, VESA wall mount 200 x 200mm £987.18 @ ITSupplier
Found 12th Jan 2017Found 12th Jan 2017
found this tv bit cheaper than Ebuyer posted 2 days ago, but every little helps.don't how good is the company personally never heard,but website reviews seems like ok.thought of sh… Read more

Hisense 65M5500 £749 delivered with 6 years breakdown cover Richer Soundsand Aviva will cover accidental damage for only an extra £9 a year on existing house and contents insurance (so now total £115 per year)


I paid 1029 from John Lewis around 6 weeks ago, the 5 year warranty is definitely worth the extra


Should be 400 x 400


Both are 8 bit + FRC. This model is ULED though.


​65K5510 vs 65M7000

Asus Chromebook Flip CP100PA - 4GB RAM - 16GB storage - Touchscreen £202.83 at IT-Supplier
Found 17th Jun 2016Found 17th Jun 2016
Asus Chromebook Flip at the best price I could find. It has a very good battery life, touch screen and an ARM based CPU, the main drawback being the screen definition 1280x800 As… Read more

Just grabbed the update for mine. Great to have Lodi, Snapseed and Skype on a Chromebook :D


hot now has Google play store.Kodi works great ;)


The chromebook is looking like something I'd like now. Might have to get this


​ Cheers, having just sold my laptop I think best plan is get one of those £99 refurb Chromebooks to tie me over with till later in the year.


Advice now is to wait. With Google opening up the Play Store to Chrome OS, there is going to be a shift in thinking how Chrome OS devices should be made, with potentially more emphasis on being more like the Android tablets or phones currently out there, such as the addition of touchscreens, gyroscopes and modems.

Samsung k8500 4K uhd blu ray player £325.86 del @
Found 31st May 2016Found 31st May 2016
Cheapest price I can find from a reputable seller for the sammy Uhd 4K player
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U were right , 3 months down and here we are £199 for the uhd player Xbox s 50gb


Good price. However, no Dolby Vision could be a stumbling block.


Yea can't justify 300 plus for a player that will be sub 200 by Christmas


​I recon give it 3 months. ;)


​Think you are a year away!

PowerColor DEVIL R9 390X AMD Radeon R9 390X 8GB £286.79 delivered @ IT-Supplier
Found 4th Apr 2016Found 4th Apr 2016
For those that missed out on last deal. Its 6pounds for next day delivery.
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1) The 290x can't be bought for 120. If you have a link to purchase it, provide it. Put it up as a deal. Currently the 290x is priced higher than the 970. 2) Provide proof that NVIDIA gimp their cards. It doesn't happen, it is just something AMD fanboys pretend exists and just say those magic words and do nothing else. Prove it. 3) 970 still is superior. Nothing has changed. If you have proof to the contrary, link it. Prove it. 4) Read this again. The 750 TI, not the 780 TI. Read it carefully. The 80 quid graphics card beats the 450 quid graphics card in Linux. That is shameful. 750 ti shouldn't beat the Fury X at anything when FPS are counted. 5) AMD cards don't so much get a 'boost' under DX12. They stop being strangled by their poor DX11 performance. DX11 and AMD don't mix. They did a terrible job implementing it on their cards. This is widely understood.


1) 290x can be bought same price as a 960 now if you look hard enough 2) no I just buy the better product that lasts longer and is cheaper while giving more future proof. You just love nvidia full stop and I would happily buy nvidia like I use to if they made real inovatives cards again, when open platform , stop gameworks which is destroying PC gaming and stop crippling there cards after 18 month of purchase. Till all those issue stop then I will continue to buy there products again. 3) yes 979 was the better card at 1080p but now it loses in new games thanks to the gimp. 4) 750ti almost had a 50% price increase and Titan was just under double nearly. So no 290x was not snuffed at because of price it was because of heat and power comsumption. Your dreaming of you think 750ti was $549 dollars on release... No where close 780ti is doing great now but then what was it you said ? Hmmm oh yes 290x got a special advantage lol What about the 6000 and 7000 series as they all boost under dx12 so I suppose there special too? And people moan about refresh and then moan special advantage lol Just shows you what a great card it was o start with and still be relevant after 2 gens or it tells you nvidia is crippling there cards. Maybe 700 and 900 series get a special disadvantage


1) You are comparing the 960 to the 290x. I don't know on what planet you compare a flagship card to the budget card. Terrible. 2) You keep talking about 'fanboyism' yet you spout off like everything AMD has done is great. It's fairly clear who the real fanboy is here. 3) The 970 is an excellent card, and it stomps the 290x at 1080p. It's done so for ages. The 970 is a great card. 4) The 780ti and Titan can manage 1080p 60fps, you are having a laugh man. I also don't get why you continually miss type the word "Titan" it's dead simple. Work on that buddy. 5) The 290x was snuffed at release because it cost about the same as the 780ti, $549. It wasn't the top card at the time, and even with your cherry picking, the 780ti beats the 290x. Link a full review that shows otherwise.


And who the hell uses Linux for serious PC gaming ?? Don't use silly cherry picking at point scoring as no PC gamer worth his salt would entertain Linux and if they did they wouldn't be buying high end cards as they would most Lilly be running of intergrated graphics


I had the 290x over a year ago and have moved on to better cards. The 290x stomps all over your 960 lol Oh so a fantastic card now just has a special advantage lol Amd support all there cards better than nvidia that's just a fact which is something nvidia needs to sort out. 290x spanks all 700 series cards and soanks the 970 and it matching a 980. Then there is dx12 on top and you told people to buy a 970 as it was your duty to make informed decisions for people but now they have a nerfed card because of you and fan boyism and your whole save a few watts which is cheaper in the long run than a new card. I don't want to argue but to say the 290x is not a legendary card to still be relevant today and beat next gen cards is a joke. My mate is has his and he is playing 1440p at 60fps on ultra from a card back in 2013 that's incredible value he has had and he is going to get another boost with dx12 which your 700 series and 900 series won't get so yes it is a legendary card and quite possibly one of the all time greats! Titian and 780ti can't even manage 1080p 60fps gaming on ultra let alone 1440p and then is beating the 970 lol Not bad as a card that was snuffed at from release and to be fair and must have lost money due to the longevity of this card as I can't see my m8 upgrading any time soon with his freesync and dx12

HP Pro Slate 12 Android Tablet for £192.89 Inc P&P. Pay with Paypal @ IT Supplier
Found 20th Oct 2015Found 20th Oct 2015
This tablet was posted before for less, but by the time I pulled my finger out and bought, it was too late and I received an out of stock email and my order cancelled. This looks … Read more

The case arrived and it's a solid bit of kit, UK keyboard layout and has a nice feel to it for typing. Shame it doesn't have a trackpad or similar as I am finding it a bit odd switching between the keyboard for key entry and the touch screen for menu selection, but I'm slowly becoming more adept at using keyboard shortcuts for some functions. Unfortunately the price has gone up to £125, which I assume is the seller's way of saying they are out of stock because I think they usually sell for £40 - £50 elsewhere!


The keyboard cases were silly money, but I felt I could justify the new lower price to keep my tablet in good nick. I usually use the Pro as an e-reader and for streaming videos at home and take my iPad with me when I go out, but I'm going on a longish break to the Far East at the end of the year and I'm thinking of taking the bigger tablet with me, in which case the keyboard cover will be ideal. I'll post my opinion of it when it's delivered.


Thanks a904lea, I'm considering it, even though I don't really need it. I looked around for a reasonably priced case for this tablet for ages, but couldn't find one, so ended up getting one off ebay for an iPad Pro, and it fit's in fine (only cost about £10). I can't honestly say that I need the keyboard for the amount of typing I do on it, but it is a nice find and I would like a perfectly fitted case.


HP Bluetooth keyboard case available for £25.33 plus £1.95 delivery here.


Bit of a bump but mine's just been shipped. Thanks so much for the link!

Seagate Archive 8TB HDD (ST8000AS0002) - £193.06 @ ITSupplier
Found 21st Apr 2015Found 21st Apr 2015
Technical Description: Seagate Archive HDD ST8000AS0002 - Hard drive - 8 TB - internal - 3.5" - SATA 6Gb/s - buffer: 128 MB - ST8000AS0002 (Components > Internal Hard Drives) … Read more

Adrian7, nice info and links. Thanks (_;)


OK can't help myself - this page is probably the best: Similar issues to what I saw on 5TB one: "In any case, after talking with 4 Seagate technicians since December I'm convinced they have no idea what this drive is for." "The use cases certainly haven't been defined well in this case. That's why HGST is going host managed." Don't get me wrong, SMR is a clever tech that does have a future. But this is gen 1 and not only everything is "trade secret" but it seems a lot of things need to be worked out. Not even StorageReview knows for sure how the drive does things internally nor will Seagate clarify things. As SMR is completely "drive managed" there is nothing the host/OS can do now or in the future. Nor is there any host or OS support for SMR in the near future. I would not expect Seagate to overhaul the firmware later on anyway, they will just launch gen 2. I have no problem with people taking a punt - drive is cheap for size for sure.


I think he may be meaning this one: Other reviews:




I haven't voted but I'm interested in knowing where else you may have seen it cheaper as I'm not in a huge rush to get them now, but after a pair, and saving a few quid if possible sounds good to me, particularly if it's an established seller. cheers

Dell UltraSharp 25 inch U2515h 2560x1440 IPS Monitor £254.23 @ IT-Supplier
Found 27th Feb 2015Found 27th Feb 2015
Great monitor - £254.23 including postage. Reviewed here

Can i ask which model you had? Because i bought a week ago the benq gw2765ht and i have dead pixels as well and i am thinking to return it and get the dell or not


Tested with a GTX660 and works fine with HDMI input at 2560 x 1440.


Yeah. Maybe mine was from an older batch or something?


You win some, you lose some. My laptop refused to work with the 240GB Crucial SSD posted here a few weeks back :(


In which case, I have no idea. My old card was a Radeon 6670 which does support 1440p, but didn't have DP. No dice over HDMI. Replaced with a GTX 750ti. Same result with HDMI. But fine with DP. Both running latest drivers. tftcentral review said the same thing last time I looked. It's now been updated to say there are multiple reports of DVI > HDMI working. Weird. Oh well. Grand if it works for you, but it doesn't for me ...