Lenovo Y27g 27 Inch VA Curved Gaming Monitor 65C1GAC1UK, G-Sync, 1080p, 144hz, £219.93 (£209.98 + £9.95 P&P - Or Collect From Huddersfield) @ Laptopsdirect
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Lenovo Y27g 27 Inch VA Curved Gaming Monitor 65C1GAC1UK, G-Sync, 1080p, 144hz, £219.93 (£209.98 + £9.95 P&P - Or Collect From Huddersfield) @ Laptopsdirect

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Edited by:"louiselouise"Found 10th Oct
Re this post hotukdeals.com/dea…285 which has it on their ebay store for £227.97 (this price is back, after it went over £300 for a while). Direct from their website is slightly cheaper.

Step up to an immersive gaming experience

Take your gaming to a new level of totally immersive, life-like action. The Lenovo™ Y27g Curved Gaming Monitor gives you 27" of panoramic, high-contrast, wide-angle viewing on a unique R1800 curved panel optimized for gaming – the most extreme curve panel available today! NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ display technology synchronizes the refresh rate to the GPU to eliminate screen tearing while minimizing display stutter and input lag. It’s a display that’s designed to up your game.

Immersive Gaming

The 27" R1800 panel features the most extreme curve on any gaming monitor available today. VA technology provides a dramatic 178° / 178° wide-viewing angle.

Smoothest performance

NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ technology with 144 Hz refresh rate eliminates screen tearing, and minimizes display stutter and input lag.

Beauty in form & function

Designed for gaming, but with striking good looks. The Y27g Curved Gaming Monitor includes functional features like headphone hook, traceable scales, audio jack, LTS stand, and VESA® mounting.

Popular Features

27 Inch Screen size
1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
Ports - HDMI
G-Sync
16:9 Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rates - 144 Hz
Curved screen
4 m/s Response Time

"We accept all major credit and debit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, Switch, Delta, Maestro, Solo and American Express, as well as Amazon payments and Paypal."

£449.99 on the Lenovo website: www3.lenovo.com/gb/…1UK
(the illustrations below on the Lenovo website suggest this is also the RAZER edition, Part number: 65C1GAC1UK).
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Part Number 65C1GAC1UK
EPEAT Silver
Max Operating Humidity 80%

Min Operating Humidity 10%

Max Operating Temperature 45 C

Min Operating Temperature 0 C

Other Information Microsoft Window 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10

Aspect Ratio 16:9

Connector HDMI 1.4, DP 1.2

Contrast Ratio 3000:1
Display Type VA
Maximum Resolution 1920 x 1080
Monitor Technology TFT
Preset Display Modes 4

User Programmable Modes 4
Preset Modes Text 4
Screen Illumination WLED Backlight
Viewable Image Size Inches 27

Stand Lift, Tilt, Swivel

Swivel -30 to 30 degree

Tilt -5 to 30 degrees

Video Input HDMI + DP
Depth 242 mm
Depth (US) 9.53 in
Height 563.3 mm
Height (US) 22.18 in
Weight 6.75 kg
Weight (US) 14.9 lbs
Width 625 mm
Width (US) 24.61 in
Warranty Period Three Year

What's in the Box:
  • Monitor head
  • Monitor frame stand
  • DisplayPort cable (1.8m)
  • USB 3.0 cable (1.8m)
  • Power adapter 65W
  • Power cord (1.0m)
  • CD
  • Quick setup guide
  • Safety and warranty card

(If you're new to G-Sync - be aware there should be a 1.8m DisplayPort cable in the box, as mentioned above)
Enabling G-SYNC on your Y27g & Y27g RE Monitor:
forums.lenovo.com/t5/…6492810227.jpg

47 Comments

Original Poster

Seems to get mixed reviews: 144hzmonitors.com/rev…ew/

monitornerds.com/len…ew/

tomsguide.com/us/…tml

techradar.com/rev…tor

According to windowscentral.com/bes…ors"...the Lenovo Y27G Razer Edition. The display is available for $50 less without the Razer branding and added benefits, but we wanted to include something a little different here. The Razer Edition of the Y27G includes Chroma multicolor lighting effects that create an ambience depending on what's displayed on-screen (in supported games only).

You can also set the color to your own preference. Say you have a blue lighting theme going on inside the case and wish for the same hue to be projected around the gaming den. This is possible with the Y27G Razer Edition, which makes it an interesting purchase to consider."

"VESA mounting is standard, which makes us happy bunnies and for connectivity Lenovo has included four USB ports, DisplayPort and HDMI. The resolution is 1080p, refresh rate is 144Hz, though you may find issue with the rather slow 8ms response time**. That said, when you consider the $599.99 price tag, it's not that bad when it comes to value with G-Sync."

Assuming the 65C1GAC1UK is the Razer Edition, as the Lenovo website suggests.

Amazon dot com reviews: amazon.com/Len…ews

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*Says 4ms response time on the Laptopdirect website, and on a few Amazon dot com reviews?

Better pictures of this monitor, at the bottom of the page, from this review: techaeris.com/201…or/
Edited by: "louiselouise" 10th Oct

louise, you bloody love games you do.

edit: the main thing seems to be the gsync flickers a lot on this panel at certain points.
Edited by: "ritchiedrama" 10th Oct

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ritchiedrama29 m ago

louise, you bloody love games you do.edit: the main thing seems to be the …louise, you bloody love games you do.edit: the main thing seems to be the gsync flickers a lot on this panel at certain points.



No experience of G-sync but it's discussed here forums.lenovo.com/t5/…284

louiselouise1 m ago

No experience of G-sync but it's discussed here …No experience of G-sync but it's discussed here https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Y-Gaming-Accessories-Curved/Y27G-Flickering/td-p/3731284


Yeah it is discussed there, shows it is present and the mod or whoever that replied is wrong, sadly. It's present even at high frames, it seems to be a common issue with this monitor. My Gsync monitor doesn't get that at any fps.

Even if you have to switch GSync off, this is still a lot of screen for the money, I have a similar spec Acer and it cost 50% more than this, VA screens are rare, and a great compromise between the speed of a TA screen and the lush picture of an IPS.

I get flicker on mine, but only in certain games, and even that has been reduced to almost nothing after a recent display driver update.

Thanks for sharing, I have just ordered one so we'll see how it is. The reviews aren't great for it but mostly they reference a poor menu structure (I don't mind, I don't often play with the settings once a screen is set up) and the price which was £600 when it was first released. Seeing as the closest screen from the same shop is over £300 this could be a cracking little bargain.

It's obviously not going to out perform the true high end IPS screens and G-Sync does seem to be an issue (Some say that recent drivers are improving the situation), for this price it seems like a steal.

A shame it's 1080p and not 1440p, but 219.93 for g-sync is surely a steal.

I'm a bit confused with the 144htz, 4k, G- sync & Free sync which is better and why?

I have a fairly fast enough system & the iiyama Prolite GE2488HS monitor that i'm using seems to be doing the job
Win 10 pro
I5 6600k
Asus pro mobo
512gb m.2 SSD
16gb DDR 3 Ram 2800mhz
Evga 1080ti

Anyone know if there is a freesync version of this?

For some reason, they advise turning off VSync - however, from experience, if you do, you get screen tearing

Cameron5831 h, 34 m ago

For some reason, they advise turning off VSync - however, from experience, …For some reason, they advise turning off VSync - however, from experience, if you do, you get screen tearing


Only if you have higher fps than the refresh rate. On a 144hz screen shouldn't use VSync as it caps FPS at 60, then pointless to have a 144hz screen

synasla29 m ago

Only if you have higher fps than the refresh rate. On a 144hz screen …Only if you have higher fps than the refresh rate. On a 144hz screen shouldn't use VSync as it caps FPS at 60, then pointless to have a 144hz screen


Ah yes, true. So do you get tearing with a 144Hz screen?

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Assuming this is the Razer edition and has the chroma lighting controls: forums.lenovo.com/t5/…273

You need to have Lenovo Artery and Razer Synapse Software (and Razer gear) to control the lights.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 10th Oct

Cameron5831 h, 18 m ago

Ah yes, true. So do you get tearing with a 144Hz screen?


unlikely, unless you have more than 144 fps in a game which is unlikely too.
that's what g-sync, freesync for.
Edited by: "synasla" 10th Oct

louiselouise13 h, 43 m ago

Seems to get mixed reviews:


Most of them seem to be complaining about the price more than anything. At $600/650, yea this is downright terrible.

But for £209? That's actually an incredible bargain if you dont mind 1080p still.

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Better pictures of this monitor, at the bottom of the page, from this review, added most of them!: techaeris.com/201…or/
This doesn't appear to be the Razer version, but will give you a good idea what to expect nonetheless:
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Edited by: "louiselouise" 10th Oct

buckiebull4 h, 48 m ago

I'm a bit confused with the 144htz, 4k, G- sync & Free sync which is …I'm a bit confused with the 144htz, 4k, G- sync & Free sync which is better and why?I have a fairly fast enough system & the iiyama Prolite GE2488HS monitor that i'm using seems to be doing the job Win 10 proI5 6600kAsus pro mobo512gb m.2 SSD16gb DDR 3 Ram 2800mhzEvga 1080ti


I have a similar system with a dual monitor setup, one screen is 1440p 144hz and gsync, the other is 4k 60hz with no gsync. For gaming I would advise a 1440p 144hz gsync screen, it will compliment your GPU wonderfully. You will get a crisper image from the higher resolution, smoother gamplay from the higher refresh rate and no stuttering or screen tearing from gsync. Gsync is what nvidia cards use, like yours, freesync is amd. A good monitor is expensive, expect to pay £500+ for one with the specs I mentioned, but frankly your PC is being wasted on your current monitor.

The flickering at low frame rates (and in some loading screens, when the framerate stutters) is actually a G-Sync specific issue, you can search "g-sync flicker" and see the posts about many makes of monitor. It's kind of hilarious the number of times in online arguments about Freesync vs G-Sync, people saying how technically superior G-Sync is and how it's a better experience. Then what do I find the moment I move to a G-Sync panel from a low end freesync one? Damn flickering! Now I'm really not that upset as it's not bad in the odd loading screen and for games with stuttery FPS I can just disable G-Sync temporarily, but let it be said here: Freesync is every bit as good as G-Sync!! :P

If you get tearing with G-Sync on, then try to limit your FPS to below the max, i.e. 142. Or enable fast sync in the Nvidia settings.

Overall I am very happy with this monitor, and would definitely recommend it. A proper steal for this price, basically one of the cheapest G-Sync deals ever, and a good panel, size, and build quality.

One of the reviews mentioned how terrible the overdrive setting is, the "Extreme" setting is really bad yes. but the normal setting that is enabled out of the box is great IMO Very minimal or no discernable artifacts, and keeps the brightness and clarity of details in motion. With it off entirely things get a bit smeary.

GurtTractor12 m ago

Freesync is every bit as good as G-Sync!!


It can be with the right implementation. The problem is that unlike Gsync, Freesync implementations vary from monitor to monitor. The big differentiator between models is usually the Freesync range. Ideally, you want something that goes down to 30hz if you're interested in having variable refresh rates to smooth over worst case scenarios, but many Freesync monitors only have VRR down to 48hz, which really limits the usefulness of it. I wouldn't get a Freesync monitor unless it worked down to 40hz at the very least.

The other difference is that many Freesync monitors dont have low framerate compensation(LFC) which basically interpolates during very low framerates to help things from becoming too much of a stuttery mess. This is one is less of a big deal since you ideally wouldn't want a game running at very low framerates in the first place, but it's still a nice little safety net to have.

Other than that yea, Freesync is just as good as Gsync nowadays. And with Freesync 2, it might actually be better.

Also thanks for the impressions on this monitor. Just ordered it. Was gonna stick with 1080p/60hz for a while longer, but this is too good a deal to pass up. I'm quite excited about getting a VA display(supposedly a pretty good one, too). Having been on IPS for a while, I've become quite jealous going to shops and seeing the deep blacks of nice OLED, QD and VA TV's.
Edited by: "Seanspeed" 10th Oct

I went to buy this, only to see it's out of stock :(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:(:( what a damn steal this would've been

Original Poster

I step out the house for a few hours and it Expires

louiselouise14 m ago

I step out the house for a few hours and it Expires


I've seen it was also up here about a week ago so here's hoping for a 3rd wave?!

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Zafer.Bahriyeli20 m ago

I've seen it was also up here about a week ago so here's hoping for a 3rd …I've seen it was also up here about a week ago so here's hoping for a 3rd wave?!



It was on their ebay store for £227.97 too, but never out of stock as far as I'm aware - the price went up to £360 odd for a while recently, then back down again. hotukdeals.com/dea…285

Both ebay and their main online site are out of stock, no idea if there will be any more. Doesn't do any harm to bookmark the pages
Edited by: "louiselouise" 10th Oct

louiselouise14 m ago

It was on their ebay store for £227.97 too, but never out of stock as far …It was on their ebay store for £227.97 too, but never out of stock as far as I'm aware - the price went up to £360 odd for a while recently, then back down again. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-y27g-27-inch-144hz-1080p-va-curved-monitor-with-g-sync-deal-is-back-up-2807285Both ebay and their main online site are out of stock, no idea if there will be any more. Doesn't do any harm to bookmark the pages


Fingers crossed ey </3

Ah well, at least it looks like a bunch of us got a hold of one

Pretty great really as a large amount of the cost of it must be the G-Sync module, judging by the price difference between the Freesync and G-sync versions of the same monitor. Don't know quite how they've been able to sell it for that low, I still think it must be some kind of pricing error.

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GurtTractor9 m ago

Ah well, at least it looks like a bunch of us got a hold of one Pretty …Ah well, at least it looks like a bunch of us got a hold of one Pretty great really as a large amount of the cost of it must be the G-Sync module, judging by the price difference between the Freesync and G-sync versions of the same monitor. Don't know quite how they've been able to sell it for that low, I still think it must be some kind of pricing error.



I've been watching this monitor since your Deal post about the ebay option, which is why I got so excited when I saw the price had dipped down again last night - and even more excited when I saw the main website was slightly cheaper. Thumbs up to you for leading me to this

GurtTractor30 m ago

Ah well, at least it looks like a bunch of us got a hold of one Pretty …Ah well, at least it looks like a bunch of us got a hold of one Pretty great really as a large amount of the cost of it must be the G-Sync module, judging by the price difference between the Freesync and G-sync versions of the same monitor. Don't know quite how they've been able to sell it for that low, I still think it must be some kind of pricing error.


Gsync alone usually commands a £100-150 extra, so yes, this is a pretty crazy deal especially with VA and 144hz.

Seanspeed1 m ago

Gsync alone usually commands a £100-150 extra, so yes, this is a pretty …Gsync alone usually commands a £100-150 extra, so yes, this is a pretty crazy deal especially with VA and 144hz.


You can stop rubbing it in now

louiselouise1 h, 24 m ago

I've been watching this monitor since your Deal post about the ebay …I've been watching this monitor since your Deal post about the ebay option, which is why I got so excited when I saw the price had dipped down again last night - and even more excited when I saw the main website was slightly cheaper. Thumbs up to you for leading me to this



No worries You made a much better post on the specs and features of the monitor than I did anyway.

Well just to let people know, it looks like the seller is trying to screw me over on this. After paying for next-day delivery yesterday I get an email this morning saying they are out of stock. Except that they clearly are still selling it on their site *and* on their eBay page(which has been updated today) where they claim they have more than 10 available. So they are seemingly trying to cancel my order at the cheaper price so they can sell them at the more expensive prices now listed.

And their customer service is terrible. There is no email address to write them a proper message and the customer service phone number is 13p a minute, which I tried briefly before being sent to 5 minutes of listening to music with zero indication that I'd get to talk to anybody anytime soon(and actually no indication I was on hold in the first place like most of these things do).

Absolutely terrible. If they dont get this sorted for me, they will definitely go on my 'avoid and tell everybody how awful they are' list.

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Seanspeed4 h, 44 m ago

they clearly are still selling it on their site *and* on their eBay …they clearly are still selling it on their site *and* on their eBay page(which has been updated today) where they claim they have more than 10 available.


Unless you're seeing something I'm not, I can't find the 65C1GAC1UK in stock today at all? Laptopsdirect and ebay are out of stock of the 65C1GAC1UK (the model in this Deal post).

They still have the ebay*/Laptopsdirect listings that were there yesterday, for the non-RAZER 65BEGAC1UK version (£100+ more):

65BEGAC1UK £363.97 (ebay): http//ww…918
(you can even see there were sales made on the 5th October - so, this is an ongoing listing, not a new one): offer.ebay.co.uk/ws/…564

65BEGAC1UK £339.97 (Laptopsdirect): https//ww…asp

These two were and are more expensive, don't know why.

The 65C1GAC1UK is out of stock on their ebay store - £227.97: ebay.co.uk/itm…180

And the 65C1GAC1UK on their website, which was £209.98: laptopsdirect.co.uk/-65…asp

*the ebay store, buyitdirectdiscounts, is the same company as Laptopsdirect:
"Buy It Direct are one of the UK's fastest growing companies specialising in the supply of Computing and IT, Electronics, Furniture and Home Appliances. Buy It Direct owns and operates a number of specialist websites including: Laptops Direct, Appliances Direct, Direct TVs, Servers Direct and Furniture 123."

Seanspeed 3 h, 38 m ago
If they dont get this sorted for me, they will definitely go on my 'avoid and tell everybody how awful they are' list.

Maybe you could try asking for the (more or less the same, apart from the RAZER branding/lighting) 65BEGAC1UK as a replacement, as a courtesy. Might be too late now, though. I wouldn't blast a company unless I was absolutely sure they were misleading me.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 11th Oct

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Seanspeed1 h, 47 m ago

And their customer service is terrible. There is no email address to …And their customer service is terrible. There is no email address to write them a proper message and the customer service phone number is 13p a minute, which I tried briefly before being sent to 5 minutes of listening to music with zero indication that I'd get to talk to anybody anytime soon(and actually no indication I was on hold in the first place like most of these things do).



Saynoto0870.com has landline numbers for this company, though you've already tried phoning them:
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Edit: And I Unexpired this Deal post, thinking it was in stock again when I saw Seanspeed's reply - woops - was too busy replying on here to remember to Expire it again. Fixed.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 11th Oct

louiselouise10 h, 33 m ago

Unless you're seeing something I'm not, I can't find the 65C1GAC1UK in …Unless you're seeing something I'm not, I can't find the 65C1GAC1UK in stock today at all? Laptopsdirect and ebay are out of stock of the 65C1GAC1UK (the model in this Deal post).They still have the ebay*/Laptopsdirect listings that were there yesterday, for the non-RAZER 65BEGAC1UK version (£100+ more):65BEGAC1UK £363.97 (ebay): http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132349111918 (you can even see there were sales made on the 5th October - so, this is an ongoing listing, not a new one): http://offer.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewBidsLogin&item=132349111918&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l256465BEGAC1UK £339.97 (Laptopsdirect): https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/-65begac1uk/version.aspThese two were and are more expensive, don't know why.The 65C1GAC1UK is out of stock on their ebay store - £227.97: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/162699672180And the 65C1GAC1UK on their website, which was £209.98: https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/-65c1gac1uk/version.asp*the ebay store, buyitdirectdiscounts, is the same company as Laptopsdirect:"Buy It Direct are one of the UK's fastest growing companies specialising in the supply of Computing and IT, Electronics, Furniture and Home Appliances. Buy It Direct owns and operates a number of specialist websites including: Laptops Direct, Appliances Direct, Direct TVs, Servers Direct and Furniture 123."Seanspeed 3 h, 38 m agoIf they dont get this sorted for me, they will definitely go on my 'avoid and tell everybody how awful they are' list.Maybe you could try asking for the (more or less the same, apart from the RAZER branding/lighting) 65BEGAC1UK as a replacement, as a courtesy. Might be too late now, though. I wouldn't blast a company unless I was absolutely sure they were misleading me.


Huh, very weird, cuz I was under the impression the monitor was the non-Razer Edition in the first place. I certainly didn't give a damn about that so I would be entirely happy with the regular version anyways. I talked to them today after a while and while their customer service is slow as hell, they are responding. I'll have to keep it up tomorrow. I'll keep things posted here as to what happens.

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Seanspeed43 m ago

I was under the impression the monitor was the non-Razer Edition in the …I was under the impression the monitor was the non-Razer Edition in the first place.


Not sure why you think that, my first post on this thread said, "Assuming the 65C1GAC1UK is the Razer Edition, as the Lenovo website suggests."

In any case, it's not nice to have an order cancelled and hopefully you will have a happy resolution, so that part could be "misleading".

But they're not "screwing over" anyone by reposting the (non-RAZER) 65BEGAC1UK at a higher price, as you allege - those listings, and prices, were already ongoing for quite some time.

It's a shame you can't admit you made a mistake, as some people could read your comment and assume this company plays dirty tricks on customers. And no, I don't work for them, I just don't like people throwing threats around when they haven't double-checked first.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 11th Oct

Original Poster

Also, just a FYI, I posted this on GurtTractor's original ebay thread (about this very same 65C1GAC1UK monitor): https//ww…626

louiselouise 50 s ago
I got mine from the ebay store (and THEN I realised it was slightly cheaper on their Laptopsdirect store)..I ordered in the wee small hours on Tuesday morning, it turned up around 5pm tonight! Maybe the extra £ on the ebay listing goes towards One-Day Delivery (which costs £5 more on the Laptopsdirect site - ordinary delivery is in around 4 days, at £9.95).

According to the stickers/illustrations it IS the Razer edition (65C1GAC1UK). Just uncluttering my desk and will set it up later.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 11th Oct

So I got one from eBay store (the non-Razer version) and it was delivered next working day. Then the next day I saw this post for the Razer version which was even cheaper so I ordered that aswell (planning to either keep or return the original which is still un-opened as yet) Ordered this one at around 5AM Tuesday morning but chose 7-day free delivery option

Anyway, this morning I got the stock error email saying 'a member of the team will be in touch to discuss alternative options'. I may have misunderstood, but to me the wording of the email seemed to imply that the member of staff would be able to offer some discounts on similar products at their discretion. Granted, the whole stock allocation error situation is sub-optimal but I certainly wouldn't be cursing LaptopsDirect yet as they could've just cancelled the order with a cookie cutter OOS email but at least it appears they are making some effort to go above and beyond.

Will update here what happens anyway.

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i_have_crabs1 h, 25 m ago

So I got one from eBay store (the non-Razer version) and it was delivered …So I got one from eBay store (the non-Razer version) and it was delivered next working day. Then the next day I saw this post for the Razer version which was even cheaper so I ordered that aswell (planning to either keep or return the original which is still un-opened as yet) Ordered this one at around 5AM Tuesday morning but chose 7-day free delivery option Anyway, this morning I got the stock error email saying 'a member of the team will be in touch to discuss alternative options'. I may have misunderstood, but to me the wording of the email seemed to imply that the member of staff would be able to offer some discounts on similar products at their discretion. Granted, the whole stock allocation error situation is sub-optimal but I certainly wouldn't be cursing LaptopsDirect yet as they could've just cancelled the order with a cookie cutter OOS email but at least it appears they are making some effort to go above and beyond. Will update here what happens anyway.



Sorry to hear that, i_have_crabs (interesting username ), as I said on GutTractor's original thread hotukdeals.com/dea…285 (posted on 5th October), I missed out on the ebay listing the other week and watched the link - seems some got the non-RAZER version from that older ebay listing originally, from what you're saying? So it is a bit confusing.

The 65BEGAC1UK (non-RAZER) £363.97 is still showing as "More than 10 available" today: ebay.co.uk/itm…918 (bearing in mind this has sales from 5th October at this price)

And on their laptopsdirect store 65BEGAC1UK £339.97 laptopsdirect.co.uk/-65…asp

..as far as I knew these two 65BEGAC1UK links had been ongoing for a while.

The 65C1GAC1UK (RAZER edition) on laptopsdirect and ebay at £200-odd are still out of stock today.

Hopefully you're able to get the "more expensive" 65BEGAC1UK, assuming that's not another stock allocation error!

To be honest, I would be happy with either version, the RAZER lights facility and branding are nice, but not worth the $50 extra (according to US reviews), nor essential for me.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 12th Oct

Mine has arrived today, but had to go to work.

Will report back tonight on what model I got.

Thanks for the deal OP !

louiselouise3 h, 30 m ago

Sorry to hear that, i_have_crabs


... couldn't resist quoting that

louiselouise3 h, 30 m ago

Sorry to hear that, i_have_crabs (interesting username ), as I said on …Sorry to hear that, i_have_crabs (interesting username ), as I said on GutTractor's original thread https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-y27g-27-inch-144hz-1080p-va-curved-monitor-with-g-sync-deal-is-back-up-2807285 (posted on 5th October), I missed out on the ebay listing the other week and watched the link - seems some got the non-RAZER version from that older ebay listing originally, from what you're saying? So it is a bit confusing.The 65BEGAC1UK (non-RAZER) £363.97 is still showing as "More than 10 available" today: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132349111918 (bearing in mind this has sales from 5th October at this price)And on their laptopsdirect store 65BEGAC1UK £339.97 https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/-65begac1uk/version.asp..as far as I knew these two 65BEGAC1UK links had been ongoing for a while.The 65C1GAC1UK (RAZER edition) on laptopsdirect and ebay at £200-odd are still out of stock today.Hopefully you're able to get the "more expensive" 65BEGAC1UK, assuming that's not another stock allocation error!To be honest, I would be happy with either version, the RAZER lights facility and branding are nice, but not worth the $50 extra (according to US reviews), nor essential for me.


To clarify I got the non-Razer version (65BEGAC1UK) from the ebay store when that was originally posted on HUKD. That has been delivered and I have it here now (yet to be unboxed).
Then, when you posted this deal for the Razer version (65C1GAC1UK ), I purchased that directly from their website but chose 7-day free delivery option (£209.99 total). It was that one I received the stock error email regarding. Think choosing free delivery screwed me over there as others have had deliveries and I was surely one of the first as I purchased it at 5AM Tues morning.


Just had a call from them regarding replacement and they couldn't really offer much; a £40 discount on the current price of the non-Razer version (£299 after discount) or pretty much a like-for-like replacement price-wise with anything else on their store. He did say that was selling it basically a loss for them so if that's true then all have been pricing errors which isn't too surprising really.
Bit disappointing they couldn't offer the same £40 discount on any item in the store as I did ask.
Overall I'm not too bothered personally but I guess that's because at least I did get the original one, even if it was more expensive and the 'inferior' version. I can understand how the disappointing replacements offered could be frustrating for others though
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