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Acer V247bip 23.8" IPS Full HD HDMI Monitor £79.97 @ Laptops Direct
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My daughter studies animation at Portsmouth Uni and she hinted that she could do with a second 24 inch monitor for her rig. So this is her Christmas present. Next best price I coul… Read more
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thewildbadgerman

No probs. I put it through the compare and through the compare the add to basket seemed to work so I’ve managed to get it through. Who knows if will actually work.

ifb-online

Ah, OK! Sorry for any disappointment!

thewildbadgerman

That’s what I saw underneath but I was getting that message when I add to basket

ifb-online

Really? I just looked - it says in stock, delivery from Monday.

thewildbadgerman

It’s saying ‘this item is no longer available’ sad times.

MSI Optix MAG27C 27" Full HD 144Hz 1ms Curved Gaming Monitor + Free Assassin's Creed Odyssey £259.97 Laptops
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27 Inch Screen size 2560 x 1440 QHD Resolution Ports - HDMI DVI DisplayPort 16:9 Aspect Ratio Refresh Rates - 144 Hz 1 MS Response Time Curved screen VESA Mounting Interface… Read more
wellsie

Just googled the sku:S15-0003095-HH5 on the webpage shows the C model. Going to expire it, as the description seems to be the wrong model.

wellsie

Still got hope they have just missed the Q off the end but looking likely could be C model given the price. The description is definitely for the CQ model and if you use the filter function on the site it is listed as 1440p

discobob

C is 1080 - CQ is the QHD resolution

Billythebubble

Mis-leading detail tut, tut! website states 2560 x 1440 QHD Resolution

alxpap

Website says FHD https://uk.msi.com/Monitor/Optix-MAG27C/Specification

Samsung Galaxy S9 Midnight Black 5.8" 64GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free, £529 at Laptopsdirect
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The most advanced Galaxy is here! Unlocked & SIM Free 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds Ultra-sharp dual 12 Megapixel rear cameras 8 Megapixel selfie camera 5.8 QuadHD… Read more
mark_benson-2

I Belive the variant refered to on amazon, is from a third party and is an asian (singapore/india) model SM-G960FD Large chance of no warranty.

Popmonts

And what’s wrong with dual sim?

spamabsorbed

where? can you pass the link.. I can only find dual sim version in that price :/

Tacavas

my bad, will get the cold, I can afford it ;)

Popmonts

On amazon for £468

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LG 27GK750F 240Hz TN Monitor, FreeSync (Full HD/1080p) £199.97 -  Laptops Direct
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Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Arguably the best tested 240Hz monitor right now, though in a years time there will be 240Hz IPS monitors (if you can wait) and a few 240Hz monitors are already using a new TN pane… Read more
md1

It's an optional additional service. If it arrives deffective either LG or LaptopsDirect will probably take it back (LG will likely repair, whereas LD will refund/replace).

Brett_RiverboatI0e

They charge £15 just to make sure it's working correctly, surely that should be a given? nonsense

md1

They're not terrible once setup in the correct conditions. Although bad example, as the Dell S2417DG has awful banding issues (issue with the specific panel). And I agree, some people might be susceptible to the increased 'blur' going to an IPS (especially when going from a monitor like the LG 27GK750F, with blur reduction/strobing).

WelshJester

Like i said it's just my opinion, and I'm pretty certain that if one were to jump from a fast TN panel to an IPS they would most certainly notice a bit of motion blur. I'll just point you to a review of this Dell screen, I've noticed many seem to trash TN panels as if they're terrible when they aren't. That's all.

md1

Definitely a mistype. We won't see a 1080p 27" 240Hz IPS(/AHVA) panel until sometime next year, although a 1080p 27" 144Hz IPS panel is releasing very soon (as of right now, a 16:9 1080p IPS 144Hz monitor doesn't exist).

Honor 10 Phantom Blue 128GB £269 @ appliances Direct (£254 with which trial)
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Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Cheapest I could find. £269 or £254 with the which trial. Don't forget cashback currently 2% with topcashback. Honor 10 Phantom Blue 5.84" 128GB 4G Dual SIM Unlocked & SIM … Read more
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insideman

Blurb from their site "Interest is fixed at 19.9%APR with V12 Finance, and 17.9%APR with PayPal Credit" ... its a credit agreement so they will run a credit check on you. personally I would just pay on a 0% credit card if you are looking to spread the cost...

czesiu0991

Is it hard to get that v12 finance?

insideman

Yep

JH1312

Does this have Face ID unlock?

Simpson317

Well spotted, my bad

Philips 50PUS6262  50" 4K Ultra HD HDR Ambilight LED Smart TV - £350.97 @ Laptops Direct // GRADE A1 Refurb //
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Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
I know Black Friday is just around the corner but this seems like a great deal to me. Ambilight makes me weak. Comes with 1 year warranty. Price states £359.97 but if you take the… Read more
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cossy3

The 7303 is deal of the day on amazon. Much better than this one. The Phillips Tv's have a lot going for them, if the software gets an update, they'll be right up there.

martin.herbert

(horror) for a budget tv I think it’s still good for the price. Obviously a lot of people have had issues with them though. I’ve actually cancelled my order for this and gone with the slightly more expensive on on AO for £449 (£20 discount for new customers so £429). It is what it is.

JasonWells

With all the complaints about this TV how the hell did it get to be this hot>?

spruceyb

Yes, they're based in Czech Republic I believe, someone I know got their TV from them.

AlwaysShopOnline

Is it Brand New, can you let me know please?

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Motorola Moto One, cheapest I’ve seen £199 @ Laptops direct
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Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
Most places selling this £200+. Cheaper than the Amazon deal. Theres a £1 Which trial on the webpage that if you sign up to would drop the price to £190. Would mean you could buy… Read more
Mrswitch

Both :D

p3108

The importing or the Tory Party? (lol) (lol)

Mrswitch

Nope! Not for the risk alone.

p3108

Had the same thought but the infighting Torries are fighting against them by devaluing the GBP (lol) . If you allow for £15 on the VAT/admin then the cheapest on AliExpress for a Gold 64GB is £141 something. Not worth it.

Mrswitch

Massively, I'd think twice now just to save £20-£30. Im hoping these prices make the Chinese sites even more competitive.

BlackBerry KEYone - £199 @ Laptops Direct
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Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
BlackBerry KEYone 4.5" 32GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free PRD-63117-003 Unlocked SIM Free 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds Ultra-sharp 12 Megapixel rear camera with dual fl… Read more
ChristopherJamesVallintineCarr

They are indeed. I'd have to get it shipped to my dad and let him send it to me, as 1) the don't even offer shipping to where I am in Europe, and 2) it would cost a fortune

SpragClutch

Their "remote places" shipping charges are a joke.

mcek

wait for an offer on the newer version

dcb01

Yeah I'm sure I can help........... But its not a premier overpriced Samsung/Apple so cant be any good at anything (embarrassed) (embarrassed) . You must learn the way of others more learned on here and follow the herd.

ChristopherJamesVallintineCarr

Can someone talk me out of this? :p

LG G7 - £399 (£390 with Which? trial) @ Laptops Direct
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LG G7 ThinQ Aurora Black 6.1" 64GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free LMG710EM.AGBRBK Unlocked & SIM Free 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds Ultra-sharp dual 16 Megapixel rear… Read more
FMCHAOS

I believe the G7 has the same crap cheap plastic Sim tray that the G5 and G6 have. Very poor design. Took mine out of my G6 for first time since buying the phone 9 months ago. Part of the tray broke off and remained inside the slot. Bought it from John Lewis on a price match. Love everything about the phone apart from this poor cheap design flaw. Followed the instructions to the letter. I do wonder if the plastic becomes brittle after so long with temp changes. John Lewis spoke to LG who quoted 50 quid to replace the Sim tray. Which can be had for 2 quid on fleabay. But also said that this issue can damage the Sim card pins inside which in turn are connected to the main motherboard. If so it's 250 quid! I complained to JL pointing to quite a few instances online where the same thing has happened to others with the G6. Some claiming LG fixed for free under warranty. After escalating my complaint they have now agreed to reimburse me whichever cost it ends up being. Phone has today landed with LG. I have already had to pay LG 250 quid. Now been without the phone since 1st October. Took JL 3 weeks just to come back to me with the quote before we argued over who's fault it was. I've had 3 LG phones but it will be my last. I don't know if the G7 Sim tray is the same crap design but it looks like it to me. Be warned. I'm also not impressed by the JL warranty and after care service. I was told at one point that the guy who was supposed to call me back forgot. And when you call the number given the person who called you is never available. And one last point. JL no longer sell any LG mobiles. I did ask why but JL refused to comment.

sumomoggy

I don't think they have - camel camel says it's had only ever gone as low as £420 directly from Amazon

lonechump

It's interesting that Amazon was sub £400 last week but they have put their prices up on everything this week. I guess they are creating fake discounts for Black Friday?

73greystoke

£379 at Mobile Phones Direct

polarbaba

Even though I had to RMA every LG phone once for some infamous issue, after that they were fine and support was fine...

Kolink Stronghold Mid Tower Gaming Case - Black Tempered Glass £31.92 @ Laptops Direct
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Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
I've been on the look out for a cheap minamilistic pc case. This seems to tick all the boxes and even has a full tempered glass side panel. There's a good review on YouTube … Read more
Spendy38

100% copy of the Corsair case

Oneday77

Pity I read it as a Kolonic case. That would be (poo)

Daniel_Zivatovic

Ordered for my new Ryzen build..Thanks for sharing the deal! Hot!!!

dazzjhno

Just bought this case! Voted hot!

WAWG

Very tempted, if only it was white

Grade A Pristine BlackBerry KEYone 4.5" 32GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free £199.97 Laptops Direct
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Found 2nd NovFound 2nd Nov
From my experience with these guys, Grade A really is like new.Unlocked SIM Free 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds Ultra-sharp 12 Megapixel rear camera with dual flash 8 Meg… Read more
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MrBeansDrivingInstructor

Yep - one of the best purchases I ever made. Ultra secure and like carrying a full blown computer around in your pocket with the brilliant BB hub thrown in for good measure.

adamnsu

Poor deal imo. Wouldn’t pay that much for a used Blackberry. £100 too much imo

Elbandito

I dont think its a great deal to be fair. Only 30 days warranty. I have seen this for 195 on MM ebay, but 15% discount applies making this around 166. It was also in amazon warehouse for 177 the other day. I actually thought about getting one, but decided against in the end.

loving-taurian

Offcourse I use

SoupDragon1

Yes

LG 24GM79G 24" Full HD 1ms 144hz Freesync Gaming Monitor £149.97 @ Laptops direct
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Great price for a decent gaming monitor. Correct specs can be found here https://www.lg.com/uk/monitors/lg-24GM79G And a decent review
Quattro3

Price back to £219

mcfly666

Monitor was meant to be delivered today. DPD won't leave it in a safe place, they won't allow a neighbour to sign for it and they won't allow you to pick it up from the depot. If you want to get it delivered on a weekend they want to charge you extra! Basically if your household works normal hours you have pay an extra fee! Cancelled the order straight away - avoid

kreames

Very decent picture, i reccomend setting black stabilizer to 0, brightness to 40 and set gamma to mode 3. Also the motion blur reduction is really good in fast pace games, but if u dont play fast pace games i would leave it off.

Kaister___

Got mine yesterday. Display is decent. Refresh rate is really noticeable on games. Glad I finally upgraded.

kreames

Overkill as console only output 60 fps maximum

Palit GeForce RTX 2080 GAMING PRO 8GB OC Graphics Card - £699.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
An excellent high end GPU card for as little as it has ever been in UK. If you suspect the new generation gpu will drop in price soon, think again; few reasons why: Brexit uncert… Read more
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koftinho

Barely any performance difference between this and the 1080ti and considering the rtx cards are suffering a high number of failures i'd warn people to steer clear of these cards for the moment. As for the guy telling you these prices won't drop, he is talking garbage. This launch has been a disaster and although the majority of failures are the 2080ti, there is a larger than normal amount of failures of the 2080 being reported as well. Unless you are buying from someone who has a good return policy and the price is around the 599 mark don't listen to guys like the OP at all and touch these cards with a barge pole.

Mugginz

Good find. Seems to be beating of the 1080 Ti FE by a few fps in each of the tests here, bar one or two. Can't vouch for this reviewer as it was just the first hit I found. Also watched without sound, so may have an annoying squeaky voice :)

FireOnAWire

NVidia are out of their minds with RTX pricing. They've gone full Apple. I'm eager to see Steam hardware stats. Cards like these are not going to be mainstream. Not when Pascal offers much better £:performance. Let's hope they don't sell too many and we see a more realistic RRP. I won't hold my breath though. Will hold on to my Strix 1080 Ti for a while longer.

bbfb123

Yeah msi gaming 1080ti.

jimmylee1990

A ti? Banging. Hoping people will hold out on the rtx and force a price drop... unlikely however.

Cooler Master Hyper 212 Turbo Dual Fan Performance CPU Cooler, £21.97 at laptopsdirect
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Free delivery. Hyper 212 LED Turbo is equipped with dual PWM Fans with red LEDs, providing the best balance between airflow and static pressure to take the heat away. Four Direct … Read more
xxxman123

I bought mine from Amazon also about 2 months ago & it had the new bracket.

7777777

they must have added additional bracket, mine, bought 2 months ago on amazon doesn't have one

Oneday77

Cooler master lists the heat sink as 160mm but total height as 163mm. Looking at it the fan mounts will be where the extra height comes from. I’d leave it purely because it doesn’t fit. If it was a perfect fit, grab it. You do not need air flow over the top of a heat sink, the majority of cooling is done by the fins and heat pipe lengths. An over sized cooler is way more capable than a stock cooler. That last 2-5% at the top will never make or break it. As for general case air flow, if sticking a cooler in a case impedes to to the point that 5mm clearance at the top is critical, you’ve made a few errors long before that. Have a wee look at this

xxxman123

No it doesn't!! These now come with the latest AM4 mount so can mount both ways either with fans blowing bottom to top or from front to back.

7777777

i wouldn't go for that size of the cooler regardless due to too little clearance to the wall, you are looking for free flow of the air within the case, having 2mm space won't give you that.

Crucial MX500 1TB 2.5" SSD for £140.98 Delivered @ Laptopsdirect
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Found 27th OctFound 27th Oct
Crucial MX500 Solid State Drive Capacity - 1TB Form factor - 2.5in Read speed - 560MB/s Write speed - 510MB/s Warranty - 5 Year Warranty Sequential reads/writes up to 555 … Read more
spannerzone

Because it's a seller with low feedback, hukd usualy require 1000 feed backs. That unknown brand is only £20 cheaper than this Crucial, you'd be insane to not buy the Crucial unless you don't care about your data.

sam_of_london

I tried as well, but it was deleted.

markevans31

No.....laptop upgrade required, don't have a PC anymore

boru

sam of london i tried to post this deal but wasnt allowed?

Pure_Evil

Have you got a nvme board? They're coming down fast too. 970 evo.

Grade A Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Black 5.1" 32GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free at Laptops Direct for £199.99
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge The Galaxy S6 Edge is a flagship Samsung phone which has a number of amazing features. Built with a 5.1” HD AMOLED Screen that shows twice as much detail as… Read more
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seftonblake

Maybe the worst of the S series. £199 is around £50-£75 overpriced. Cold to me.

Uridium

I'd never buy a phone as investment, use it abuse, move on. If you get a few quid for it when you replace all well and good. No Android phones hold value for long past their initial launch unless there are supply and demand factors that will keep the value up a little.....as far as this phone goes though...I think it's just a few too many generations old for people to care about it now. Additionally I think a lot more people are getting wise to Samsung's stupid phone pricing, they offer very little more than the supposedly cheap brand Android handsets but Samsung keep on touting £800+ handsets that are £400 hardware and £400 Marketing budget.... Also I think in the last two years midrange handsets have moved forward a lot. £150-£200 now will buy you a midrange handset offering close to the performance of a flagship and phones like the Poco F1 are showing that without Samsung's marketing costs a £250-£300 phone can offer Flagship level performance....

wimbojimbo

Wow does this phone at £199 really deserve -300 guess that shows just how quickly Android Flagships phones are poor poor investments unlike Apple products

wimbojimbo

Well I couldn’t have a phone without NFC and it has ports that are over 11 years old! Always trade offs as I said. 2019 nearly and no NFC built for a certain market and I’m not It in that market. Ok for people who like to own budget items!

Uridium

Other than the lack of NFC none of those apply to the Redmi Note 5

Swann CCTV System - 8 Channel 1080p DVR With 4 X 1080p HD Thermal Sensing Cameras & 1TB HDD £219.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Swann CCTV System - 8 Channel 1080p DVR With 4 X 1080p HD Thermal Sensing Cameras & 1TB HDD
Agent004

It's a very good deal for a decent bit of kit, I can't understand the cold votes either. I paid more for mine a year ago but I'm very happy with it.

cunhal

Tbh, trying to understand why this deal is going cold. Is there better tech / better price somewhere? On the market for bring like this and this seems like the best price currently around... Would prefer NVR but still good deal for the price...

Agent004

Works really well, easy for a novice to install( use a wireless sender to your modem router to avoid the ethernet cable) oh & don't worry about the negative feedback regarding the phone app as I've had no problems with it, even checked up on the house from abroad. Downloading footage to USB stick is straightforward. Very pleased with it apart from the password function which can't seem to disable and needs to be entered every week. Apart from that I recommend this system.

veedubjai

Would be great to hear what or how good your experience on this system with the thermal feature. Wondering how sensitive will this pick up cars just passing by or the sensitivity could be altered to avoid them but people/pets only. I guess it depends on how intelligent it is.

veedubjai

How good is the thermal sensing feature?

Google Pixel 2  - New & Unlocked - 128GB Storage - £499.97 Laptops Direct - UK Seller with next day delivery
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Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Get an extra £10 off with a £1 Which Trial (cancel after 1 month). For those who want a smaller phone, and more storage this is about £100 cheaper than the next best new sim-free … Read more
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koahhe

If you don't mind buying used you can find these on Facebook market place for ~£300.

jsty3105

good recommendation. Bit too big for me physically but certainly good for many. Want a compact sized phone and this is currently the best option available i think. Prices seem too high at the minute though and it's disappointing prices haven't fallen down further

Prophecy

You can probably cancel the Which trial immediately after opening it, to save you having to having to put it in the calendar. All trials seem to have that option these days. They'll run to the end of the month still.

SpeedFour

64gb XL 2 is £499 at Currys if the 128gb isn’t essential to you

Av5ingh

I would consider an XL at this price

Full HD Laptop - 128GB SSD - Quad Core - £329.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Pretty decent laptop 15.6 Inch Screen AMD A10 A10-9620P Processor 4 GB RAM 128 SSD Windows 10 Operating System Black 11 hours Battery Life 1920 x 1080 Resolution Radeon R5 integra… Read more
phantom1973

This seems a good price,I'm on a budget and would like a laptop for my son,as mentioned before it might be worth waiting for Black Friday,what do you think folks?So can the RAM be upgraded on this? Just out of interest could anyone advise an external HDD for this at a decent price?

Dave_Rigg

So easy to upgrade RAM with any consumer grade laptop. You just need the right case tool to pry the case open and a bit of gentle force. Provided that this is a Full HD 15.6" it's a great price. I rate the AMD APUs. I bought something similarly priced about 6/7 years ago with an A8 APU (quad core 1.8GHz with HD56xxx graphics or something) and it lasted me that long until the CPU became noticeably slow as I began to use it for more complex tasks. It was a Dell Inspiron 15R, highly recommend. If I had some extra cash floating around I would definitely buy this as a daily driver.

jaydeeuk1

Might as well wait till BF. Pretty sure an i5 based laptop with full hd and ssd will make an appearance for £349. They're like death and taxes.

Alfresco

Read the question I was replying to. This cpu has its place and is fine for the use in question. You're not going to experience throttling using office and watching media. The RAM however might cause problems. It was a simple question and simple answer. The avarage person doesn't want to buy a laptop and upgrade the ram out of the box.

sam_of_london

Still is better than being soldered. Many laptops/Chromebooks these days , come with soldered ram as well to stop them from being upgraded.