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Pre-order ElectriQ 32" 4K UHD IPS Monitor £259.97 (potentially £250.97 with Which? trial) @ Laptops direct
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
Won't be in stock until mid-December, but potentially £250.57 if you've never signed up to Which? before. According to previous posts on HUKD, this monitor uses the same panel as … Read more
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I haven't tweaked settings much. I let nvidia decide the default settings and it recommened 1440p. I changed it to 4k but with 70pc rendering so same as 1440p but with the user interface properly scaled. I got 45 fps benchmark. I turned off anti aliasing and overclocked best I could (presume my card is ec mining so got 10pc core and 5pc memory... Maybe could do better if renew thermal paste) I turned off anti aliasing and now get around 52 fps on benchmark.


I get performance I am happy with from a 1080 at 4k. I play on ultra with one or two things disabled (such as MSAA) and yes it drops beneath 60fps at times but still an enjoyable experience.


I'll take a look as iv been looking at a 1070ti as an upgrade to my r9 290. Gr widlands play around 40-45 fps on 1440p and titanfall 2 around 60fps 1440p. I'm looking for 4k at 40fps+ but what's put me off are reviews of the rtx 2070 which they claim still can't game at 4k and this thing outperforms the old 1080 card. Maybe tweeking the settings is the way forward. Iv played titanfall in 4k which looks stunning but 20 fps is unplayble. Are you playing widlands at 4k?


One of the videos that convinced me to try a gtx 1070 as so much cheaper yet not much difference in visuals


I recently got a gtx 1070 for 210 quid on ebay and sold my old rx470. I am enjoying 4k on medium settings as I watched a few youtube videos saying little difference. You can always get ultra textures it is just slight difference in shadow edges on ultra vs medium. Other games like ghost tecon wildlands I am playing 70pc rendering so 1440p but still looks amazing compared to my old 1080p display. I am getting arounf 50fps on ghost recond wildlands with a 10pc overclock.

Grade C Google Pixel XL Very Silver 5.5" 32GB Unlocked & SIM Free £99.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Back down to just under £100, grade c for still one of the best camera phones out there. Grade C Google Pixel Very Silver 5.5" 32GB Unlocked & SIM Free Key Features: Unlocke… Read more

Got one of these on Sunday. Scratch on the metal back bit, but otherwise in excellent condition. Not a single mark on the screen, no WiFi issues, no screen burn and battery lasted 24 hours with average usage. Case on its way to hide that scratched back. Pot luck with these things no doubt


That was quick, they must have had many.


This should be hot.


gutted OOS already. Thanks for the post OP


Grade B Pixel XL 32GB Sim Free £139.97 Laptops Direct
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
From Appliances Direct, Grade B is normally fantastic condition and is on occasion an open box product. The Pixel XL is a 5.5 inch flagship from 2016 that still stands up to the m… Read more
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Out of bloody stock! (poo) (poo) (poo)


Phone came today - in practically perfect condition which I'm really surprised by. Liking it so far. Bargain!


They tried offering me £50 for my phone and it was in mint condition! Con atist's. I sold to O2 recycling for £140 instead


I won't be attempting it myself - there's an ismash store nearby that I trust!


You're going to risk a screen crack instead of using a power bank? :)

Pro Flight Maverick Air Folding Drone £34.99 	Laptops Direct
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
Laptops Direct big discounts on drones

No one touch take off and landing on that one, and the camera is only 0.3 megapixels.


cant be better than surely ^^XS809HW can lift a 4k camera


I’m buying one and taking a punt at that price!


There’s a YouTube video


Can anyone tell me if this is any good?

ElectriQ 28” 4K UHD HDR 1ms Freesync Monitor £174.97 @LaptopsDirect
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Use this link if not working: Great value for a decent sized 4K Monitor! 2.1% Ca… Read more
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If you're happy with okay then by all means purchase this for yourself! It's just personal preference at the end if the day why I upgraded my Monitor because of PC gaming, but that doesn't mean at all that it won't be great for somebody else such as yourself. Overall I'd recommend the Monitor for this sort of money, absolutely.


Depends on the games. Some people love high frame rates esp for competitive shooters. Others like me prefer high quality graphics and immersive stories. I bought and posted a deal for 43 inch samsung tv with 15ms input lag for 329 quid (43nu7020) and this was the nature of the debate... Graphics quality vs frame rates. I am happier to play ghost recon wildlands and shadow of mordor in 4k at 50fps than cs go at 120 144fps.


Can you expand on why you wouldn't recommend for pc gaming? Was looking for 4k 60fps gaming monitor for less than £200. Thought this may be ok?


None that I've ever owned that actually had audio. But this Monitor was by far the worst... The sound couldn't even get loud.


Depends exactly what response times they're quoting in each place, not an unusual tactic.

Samsung 970 EVO NVMe M.2 500GB - £111.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Seem to be a pretty good price with free delivery for 500GB know its not as good as the amazon deal but best i can find at the moment.

Hot because it's the cheapest deal for this one but as has been pointed out, better of going for the Adata for £100.


better off buying the adata sx8200 PRO £100 on here somewhere. faster and cheaper drive.


Plus their horrendous delivery charges.


£109.99 on overclockers.


Any DIY store. U can even glue it or use a duck tape to hold it. That's for the replacement for the screw

128GB 6GB - Xiaomi POCOPhone F1 Black Dual SIM Unlocked & SIM Free -  £299 (£291 WITH WHICH TRIAL) (+ Grade A1 £276.95) @ Laptops Direct
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Update, and credit to @hecatae there is a grade A1 there for £276.95 (£267.95 grade A1) Cheapest UK price, use up the which trail, and get free delivery with laptops, somethin… Read more

Using this right now and loving it so far.


On other threads I've heard they do yeah, if you complain that is.


Paid £9.99 extra for tomorrow's delivery. Will they return £9.99 in case they don't deliver tomorrow,


Don't stress, all will be good.


Ordered for £294 with next day delivery. It's been half an hour and no confirmation email and no order number on the final page.

Vega 64 - £425.98 @ Laptops Direct
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Not a great price, but not terrible and at least it's in stock! No idea if it comes with the free games promotion, you'll have to ask them. If it doesn't, I would advise walking a… Read more
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Huh? Checkout delivery charges exactly the same as card payment from what I can see.


No delivery charges on orders over £350 if you pay via Amazon


Sorry, I was getting confused with the Vega 64 on ebuyer, my bad. I'm actually looking for a sub 400 Vega 64 so thanks a lot lol



Where? It was that price, it's not now.

ElectriQ 24" 4K UHD 60Hz FreeSync HDR Gaming Monitor £149.99 @ Laptops Direct
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Cheapest 4K monitor???
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For competitive gaming, your total response time will be significantly larger than the response time of your display (the time it takes for pixels to change colour). Iirc (and I'm probably forgetting a great number of things), you have to account for the time it takes you to physically react and submit inputs, how long it takes for your peripheral to transmit signal, the time it takes for your PC to process signal and tell your monitor what to display, the wait on the monitors clock signal, etc. Strictly speaking, every ms counts, but 9ms is not enough to worry about unless you're a professional E-sports player. Using a high refresh rate display makes a much greater difference to your real-life reaction times anyway, so that's where your money should be going if you want an edge in competitive gaming. This monitor is only 60Hz, but 4K for £150 is fire :D


To be fair, 27 and 28 inch is the minimum size for 4K. Personally owning a 4K 28inch monitor I can tell you that. In some games, i genuinely can't tell the difference to a resolution of just above qHD compared to 4K. In other games I can, it really depends on the game itself and how good the detail is. What I can tell you from all that is you will never know the difference between 4K and qHD on a 24" monitor, unless you literally sit just far enough away to focus on the screen, but no further.

TimeFor_Tech £129 worth it with pc rx 580 if not please can someone link me their suggestion


Is 1440p worth it at this size???


You are going to need a decent PC to run games on that and if you’ve spent that much on a PC it would seem odd to go for such a small monitor. But if you are v limited for desk space and really want 4K then it’s certainly cheap at that price (just don’t know if it’s good at that price).

Grade A Google Pixel 2 Just Black 5" 64GB £349.95 @ : Laptops Direct
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Refurbished Google Pixel 2 Just Black 5" 64GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free Key Features: Unlocked & SIM Free 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds Ultra-sharp 12 Megapi… Read more

Cex are cheaper with a 2yr warranty im


Better to buy new as it will come with a 2 year warranty. These refurbs may be over a year old now, so will probably have less than one years warranty.. I bought a grade b pixel 2 from appliance direct and it was in mint condition, but the mic didn't work. Luckily Google replaced the device as it was under warranty


I'm new to Pixel. I've always been a Samsung user, due to the best cameras out there (or so I thought). I have to say, I'm now converted to Pixel, their cameras are even better than Samsung. I've not tried a P20 Pro, but you will be seriously impressed with the Pixel camera.


Cheers OP and SteamyWee. A lot you read seems to say this has a better camera than a P20 Pro?!


Grade A Google Pixel 2 XL Just Black 6" 64GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free is the same price

Grade A Google Pixel 2 XL Black & White 6" 64GB - £399.95 @ Laptops direct
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Grade A Google Pixel 2 XL Black & White 6" 64GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free Key Features: Unlocked & SIM Free 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds Ultra-sharp 12 … Read more

Is the manufacturers warranty transferable like apple?


Only 90 days warranty... Wish it was on Cex as they seem to give two years warranty these days.


Camera is mega, performance recently has been poor. Since the Android Pie upgrade, the silky performance is gone. Still worth getting for the camera alone though, best in class by a clear mile.


Why so cold? Any other deal so cheap for 'nearly new'?


Samsung Galaxy S9 - 64GB - £499 - possibly £399 with price match and cashback with
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Hi all, I know I'm a little late to the party here, but not a bad deal for a new phone with a UK warranty. and are also price matching this too. UPDATE: Should n… Read more



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You could always get to price match with Laptops direct and then claim back the £100 from the Samsung Cashback offer. :) Brings the price to £399


Yes, but it is at £699, not £499 as apparently it was before. I am trying to get JL to price match Fonehouse.

philw101 This is the one on the website.

DJI Osmo Mobile 2 - Refurbished A2 at Laptops Direct for £69
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Great gimbal and I wanted to buy it myself but as I have a phone ring, my phone won't fit in the gimbal. ;( Refurbished A2 means it has been repaired or possibly used. For £10… Read more

Decided to order this myself and got the A2 condition one which arrived today and I don't see any marks at all! Case and manual look to be new too. Only thing is it didn't come with the outer packaging but won't complain at this price.


Naaaa Sony rx100


I got this one. Other than 3 tiny marks it’s as new.


Yeah sure. Good news for you is that it is currently on offer -


I like the small tripod, could you please share the make/model ? thanks

ASUS ROG Huracan G21CN Core i7-8700 16GB 1TB + 256GB SSD GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Windows 10 Gaming PC  £1099.97 @ Laptops Direct
Refreshed 25th NovRefreshed 25th Nov
Always hard to find. £500 off.
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The 1st system I built was a cyrix ripoff of a pentium 75. Not much info out then but as long as you bought the right stuff for the slots and set the jumpers right you were ok. Ran Quake semi slow but lacked a FPU. I remember the vga monitor used to crackle as stuff shorted in the tube. BIOS was as basic as it came.


Nice find, man.


Expired? It's showing as 1500


Seems to have gone up to £1499.97 but they do price match and if you ring them should match the previous price.


Looks like a over grown Nvidia shield

MSI leopard 17inch GP73 8 RF-625uk i7 8750H , 144Hz , 1070 gtx , 16 GB ram ,256gb  + 1Tb hdd - £1339.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
Very disappointing black Friday this year , this is the best deal I could find , best priced laptop with this spec , I have done loads of research and I believe that the cooling so… Read more
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Well it seems that I will not find a better deal for this sort of spec so I have Ordered mine , cannot wait to test it when it arrives (angel)


Yes the one on Amazon it's not the same specs .


1.6% cashback at quidco.


Just double checked, only 8gb ram and 128gb ssd at Amazon.


£1369.99 at Amazon.

Samsung Galaxy Smart Watch 2018 Bluetooth 46mm Silver - £269 @ Laptops Direct
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Sign up to a trial of Which for £1 and save another £10. Total cost is therefore £260 with free delivery.



Also when the charger inevitibly goes out of stock for good, then this is the next best deal.


This is £14 saving on that deal and no messing around with a trade in.


If you don't want the charger it isn't.


Not bad this is better

[Black Friday Deal] 128GB Google Pixel 2 XL (£491 With Which trial + Free Delivery) @ Laptops Direct
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Another cracking price, completely undercutting the Google store. Use the which trial to get £9 off, plus use up the cashback sites. Google Pixel 2 XL 128GB - Black & White … Read more

Surely having the best camera on any phone is another plus point? The negatives you mentioned are largely irrelevant, 128gb is plenty for most people. Nobody in the world, except you, used their phone as a computer. Google tax? If that means you pay extra to have the best software, instant updates and the best camera then yes, you are paying google tax. Could you recommend an alternative where you don’t pay extra for premium features?


You say that as if it's a negative.


I tried but there was no update available. Too late now anyway, all updated and running Pie with November security patch (y)


I was looking at this video of the Night Sight feature and the reviewer said update the camera app in the Play Store. So maybe you can stay on Oreo if you want, for whatever reason you may have for doing so.


This will take you straight to the latest version... If you read the thread it's part of, ignore the first half of it as it was talking about a completely different subject.

[Black Friday Deal] 128GB Google Pixel 2 Just Black £449 (£441 With Which Trial + Free Delivery) @ Laptops Direct
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Reduced by £50, cracking price for one of, if not the best cameras on the market. Take out the which trial plus get free delivery, and 2.1% cashback. Google Pixel 2 128GB - Just … Read more

No way! Wow, you lucky beggar, happy bloody black friday indeed....


Lol, this went much better than expected: - I got the free, and slow delivery (estimated for the 10th of Dec) It got delivered today (Sunday) and it was a Pixel 2 XL 128 instead XD.


Cheers, hadn't even noticed.


I would recommend updating the title, since that still says 499. Thanks for the deal, voted hot and FINALLY got a phone upgrade. Thanks again!


There is a difference between the Pixel 2 and 3, the bump in CPU, better screens, wider lens view on the selfie cam, and Top Shot (which may or may not be ported successfully to the Pixel 2) However for the price difference I agree that it's worth going for the Pixel 2. Just bought one myself (y)

electriQ 27" Full HD 1ms 144Hz FreeSync HDR Gaming Monitor - £179.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
reduced by another £from the original; £179 What stands out GET THIS MONITOR AT A SPECIAL PRE-ORDER PRICE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! The Full HD picture quality delivers crisp … Read more

Good price, just a shame FHD gaming feels "outdated" now


down to £159 now


Nice troll.


But the human eye can't see past 30 fps.


Clearly someone hasn't watched a 30fps vs 60fps video.

Acer ED242QR 23.6" Full HD FreeSync HDMI Curved Monitor, £89.97 at Laptopsdirect
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Price includes delivery. 23.6 Inch Screen size 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution Ports - HDMI VGA Freesync 16:9 Aspect Ratio Refresh Rates - 75 Hz 4 MS Response Time Curved s… Read more

Cheers for the feedback.


Expired, sorry :(


is there a code to get it for 89.97?...


4 ms might only cause an issue with quick fps shooters where you snap shot somebody - usually though it's personal skill that misses the kill. The biggest point in my opinion that may affect you more in the gaming aspect is the 60Hz refresh rate if you typically get above 60fps in games. If those points don't bother you too much then this monitor is O.K for gaming, if that is your main purpose though I may consider better specs :)


Is this any good for gaming? With a 4 ms response time

electriQ 24" 4K UHD 60Hz FreeSync HDR Gaming Monitor, £149.97 at Laptopsdirect
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Free delivery. Essential info Screen size: 24" Resolution: 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) Aspect ratio: 16:9 Contrast ratio: 1000:1 Refresh rate: 60Hz Response time: 9.5MS (GTG) … Read more

Depends how good your eyesight is and how far away from the display you sit. I could spot individual dead pixels on a 5K monitor at sitting distance so 4K would certainly be noticeable. Valid point although they do make heavy use of scaling. Especially the macbooks which ship at half res as default.




Don’t forget retina macbooks and 4k laptops lol


Don’t all monitors pretty much have hdr10 tho?


Well you get 4 x information for roughly 2 x price over a FHD screen. As long as you have good eyesight that's great for spreadsheets and documents. If it isn't you can scale to whatever suits you. Perhaps this is a monitor best suited to non-gaming applications. My 23" 2560x1440 is really great so this is tempting.

Acer ET322QK 32” 4K UHD Monitor,10bit Color, HDR Ready, Freesync at LaptopsDirect for £269.97
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
31.5 Inch Screen size 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD 4K Resolution Ports - HDMI DisplayPort Freesync 16:9 Aspect Ratio Refresh Rates - 60 Hz VA Panel with 4 MS Response Time Speakers … Read more

1p more @ eBuyer, £269.98 -


Been hoping to find an ok 32" 4K monitor this BF to replace 2 x portrait 24" monitors on my desk (makes for an almost square 32" screen but with the bezels down the middle). Would mostly use for programming but also PS4 Pro (when the living room is busy!). Anyone using one of these with a PS4 Pro? Any ghosting (one of the reviews mentioned it), and does HDR work given it's mentioned as software HDR only? Games: mostly Fifa, Destiny, God of War, Horizon etc. Thanks


Even though it may well look better with much of the available content compared to 4K TVs!


The HD nobody wants in a TV.


720 is HD

Lenovo V130 Core i5-7200U 8GB 256GB SSD DVD-RW 15.6 Inch Full HD Windows 10 Laptop £454.92 delivered @ Laptops direct
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Seems a great price for the specs. Full HD, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 15.6in display.

i5 vs Ryzen 5. Fight! (Any techs out there know if Razen 5 is any good?) Best Ryzen 5 deal at the moment appears to be this one. £399 .

MEDION Erazer X7851 Core I5-7300HQ 8GB 1TB + 128GB SSD GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 17.3 Inch Windows 10 Gaming Laptop - £829.97 @ Laptops Direct
Refreshed 21st NovRefreshed 21st Nov
I dont really know laptops very well so thought I'd send this one out there to see what you knowledgeable folk think. Tech Spec Key Specification Screen size 17.3in Processor m… Read more
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Must be!


Must be super secret 😋


Any news on this £600 6gb 1060 laptop?


It's a rebadged Clevo P670 and Clevo's are very good in the main. I had the 1070 version of this for a bit. Loads of room for more storage, you can get 2 HDDs in there plus an m.2 SSD but it is HEAVY, so much so that I thought I was going to die from deep vein thrombosis as I like laptops on my, y'know, lap. I replaced it with a MSI that's over a kilo lighter. Great machines if you're not bothered about weight.


I'm hoping Friday brings something down a bit. Not that I really need a 1060 6GB, it's for my son who generally plays games like binding of Isaac. The old gamer in me however wants him to have something that will run well, even if he won't use it!

Synology DS218+ 2 Bay Diskless Desktop NAS £289.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
Synology DS218+ 2 Bay Diskless Desktop NAS. Black Friday Deal at Laptops Direct with free UK delivery. Best price I've seen for a while and I've been keeping an eye on it for the l… Read more
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Would this be any good as a dedicated streaming PC (gaming done on an Xbox)?


I'm going to buy a hard drive and use plex as the server. I might be in touch by pm if I get stuck when setting it up if that's ok? You seem to know your stuff. Thanks


I just plugged a 2TB drive into one of my Shields. It's working as a Plex server and I can copy files to it from one of my Synology servers. A couple of observations... * Make sure you apply any pending updates to Plex before attempting to set this up. * Enabling network access to the USB drive took a while. It seemed to fail several times before the username and password were revealed. * The Shield only supports SMB1, this it turned off by default in the latest builds of Windows 10 - you have to enable the SMB1 Client feature if you want to access the Shield. * Network copy performance is reasonable (but not great). I'm getting ~40 MBps when copying over a 1 Gig wired connection.


Yes -


Not necessarily, the Shield will function as a NAS, so you could create network shares and copy data over Ethernet or wireless...


Thanks for all the extra information, gentlemen. I saw it ... and ordered it.... because it’s a cracking good price (saving £600+ on the latest model). HOWEVER, I didn’t check the model number.... or the date.... and, reading the comments about the keyboard, I decided to cancel the order. I’ve had MacBook Pro’s since 2010. I’m a late convert to Apple laptops... and I made the switch after experiences with Windows 8. To be fair, I had been eyeing up Apple laptops for a while. The conversion process was a little painful and took a long time. For a year, I straddled both. Nowadays, I also have a Surface Pro.... and I’m very impressed with how Windows 10 is developing... I write this to contribute a moderate redress to the anti-Apple posts. Apple laptops aren’t for everyone. But then, neither are Windows machines, I guess! What I like about my MacBooks (I have three) are: the builds, the absence of problems (although Windows 10 is making giant steps to smooth out the difficulties I faced when tracking down solutions to software glitches), the software that comes with the machine (Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iTunes, GarageBand, Photos, etc), the software I’ve added, and the seamless integration with my iPads and iPhone. What I really don’t like is the way the software always seeks to be the janitor of everything. I prefer the Windows way of organising files..... a heirarchical structure, logically organised by the user to meet the user’s needs and to work hand-in-hand with his intellectual disposition. Thanks for reading. And thanks to those who alerted me to the possible snags with this model. I can’t remotely afford the latest iterations of MBP. So I guess I’ll have to stick with what I’ve got....


These laptops are hilariously overrated, only buy them if you require a bespoke software you can't get on windows. I regretted owning one of these...


15 inch is only available in the 6700 HQ etc, so it's 100% same laptop but just silver in colour This is the 2016 model, for sure :-)


Really confusing, some sites say that part number is a dual core, but I can't find any record of a dual core 2.6Ghz i7. The bit about turbo boost I think is just a typo as again, I don't believe Intel have made an i7 processor that is stuck at its base clock. The extra £100 makes the deal very tempting!


It is the 2016 model, but still a good price. The "silver" model is actually £100 cheaper - I'm pretty sure it's identical other than the colour, although the spec suggests there is no "turbo" mode. From Googling for the spec, I'm hoping I'm correct as I've just purchased one! Search for MLW72B/A or if this link works - click below:

LG 27GK750F-B 27 Inch Full HD FreeSync 240Hz Gaming Monitor £219.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
EDIT: Price increased from 209.97 to 219.97 Screen size: 27” Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080) Aspect ratio: 16:9 Contrast ratio: 1000:1 Refresh rate: 240Hz Response time: … Read more

Maybe not the cheapest it's ever been but still the cheapest 27" 240hz monitor for anyone looking today.


Which trial only applies over £250, also this was £200 only a few days ago.



Acer KG281K 28" 4K UHD HDMI 1ms FreeSync Gaming Monitor for £209.97 Delivered @ Laptopsdirect
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
28 Inch Screen size 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD 4K Resolution Ports - HDMI DisplayPort Freesync 16:9 Aspect Ratio Refresh Rates - 60 Hz 1 MS Response Time VESA Mounting Interfaces … Read more

Hmmm... yeah it is.. will un-expire updating this. Thanks. (y)


Surely this is still a great deal at £219?


Missed it thanks tho


Sorry, went back to that price now. :)


Also remember to check the HDMI ports support 60Hz as lots on sale only seem to support max 30Hz too ..

Fractal Design Define XL R2 Titanium, £78.97 @ laptops direct
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
Free delivery High density noise-reducing material for an optimal silent case Patented ModuVent design allowing the user to choose between optimal silence or maximum airflow. … Read more



I bought this case about 10 years ago... Is good silent case... slightly warm and scratches very easy... But still going. I had 10 fans in mine at one time. No bowing.


i purchased two cases separately as i was not happy with the first ones quality, nice case very quiet but metal is thin on the panels and the top part of the case where a fan can be placed, what his means is it bows in places, when the panle comes off the side it can be very difficult to get back on, when contacting fractal they stated that is normal !!


Massive and silent, what's not to like :)


8 x 2.5"/ 3.5" Internal4 x 5.25" ExternalCan fit in plenty! Good find OP

Acer V247bip 23.8" IPS Full HD HDMI Monitor £79.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
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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Got this monitor. It is an okay monitor for the money. My first IPS monitor, but noticed that on solid blocks of blue or orange, there are vertical lines. I notice them particularly when the monitor is at 75Hz, now running at 60Hz and less noticeable. Reading up on this, many cheap IPS monitors can have this. Also, this monitor does not have speakers.


Tsk Tsk, Laptops Direct are now declaring this a Black Friday deal at a tenner more than last week! :(


Does it have speakers ?


I think so. I'd have gotten 2 if it wasnt so close to christmas.


Sounds good. Worth keeping then?

MSI Optix MAG27C 27" Full HD 144Hz 1ms Curved Gaming Monitor + Free Assassin's Creed Odyssey £259.97 Laptops
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
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

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.


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


C is 1080 - CQ is the QHD resolution


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


Website says FHD

Samsung Galaxy S9 Midnight Black 5.8" 64GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free, £529 at Laptopsdirect
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
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

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.


And what’s wrong with dual sim?


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


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


On amazon for £468

LG 27GK750F 240Hz TN Monitor, FreeSync (Full HD/1080p) £199.97 -  Laptops Direct
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

Thank you


since ps4 pro supports 4k, ideally you should get 4k 60hz monitor if its just for ps4 pro and you not planning using for pc gaming in the future.


Sorry to be a pain, but it seems like you know what you're talking about, (and I don't)... What 27" monitor would be good for a PS4 Pro please? Thanks


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).


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

Honor 10 Phantom Blue 128GB £269 @ appliances Direct (£254 with which trial)
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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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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...


Is it hard to get that v12 finance?




Does this have Face ID unlock?


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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After buying an LG refurb a couple of years ago, which wrong recently, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. Sure, a refurb TV might be just as likely to go wrong as a new TV, but you can get great deals on new TVs from places like John Lewis or Richer Sounds that come with a 5/6 year warranty. And I've had quite a few TVs croak over the years, so it's not too uncommon to dismiss the likelihood. If a refurb was 50-80% off then maybe I'd be tempted, but with offers on new TVs nowadays, it seems like a fools economy to pay X amount for 1yr peace of mind, when you could pay say 20-30% extra for 6 years peace of mind. Plus, as others have said, Laptops Direct are absolutely horrendous. I ordered a hard drive from there on offer, then over a week later they said that they were out of stock, and so would give me a refund (even though it was showing in stock when I ordered, plus remained as showing in stock the following day or two after ordered). I said that I was happy to wait until they got more in, but they said they had 'no idea' when more stock would arrive. Gave me a refund, then the following day it showed as back in stock, full price. I called them to ask if I could re-order at the price I'd just recently ordered at, and what a surprise, no dice. I couldn't recommend them less.


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.


(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.


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


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

Motorola Moto One, cheapest I’ve seen £199 @ Laptops direct
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Both :D


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


Nope! Not for the risk alone.


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.


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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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


Their "remote places" shipping charges are a joke.


wait for an offer on the newer version


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.


Can someone talk me out of this? :p

LG G7 - £399 (£390 with Which? trial) @ Laptops Direct
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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.


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


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?


£379 at Mobile Phones Direct


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

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