**Now live on site** Acer Black Friday deals - Acer Leap Active Smart Band £34.99 / Acer K138ST 3D Ready £349.99
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**Now live on site** Acer Black Friday deals - Acer Leap Active Smart Band £34.99 / Acer K138ST 3D Ready £349.99

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Found 22nd Nov 2016
Okay a heads up on Acer's Black Friday event. There's a banner on site showing "upto 65% off" on the 25th for 24 hours only. Which sounds good. We've been given a tip off on some of the prices, which are looking pretty decent right now. Probably lots more to come though. Delivery will be free which is always a Brucey bonus

Liquid Leap Active Smart Band NOW £34.99 - Here
Features - Music Control / Socially Connected / Water Proof
Screen Size - 2.5cm
Battery run time - 168 Hours

Gaming Laptop - Predator 15 G9-591Now £999.99
Here
Operating System - Windows 10 Home
Processor - Intel® Core™ i5-6300HQ processor Quad-core 2.30 GHz
Screen - 39.6 cm (15.6") Full HD (1920 x 1080) 16:9
Graphics - Nvidia® GeForce® GTX 970M with 3 GB Dedicated Memory
Memory - 16 GB, DDR4 SDRAM
Storage - 1 TB HDD + 256 GB SSD

Acer B326HK 32" 4K Monitor Now £499.99 Here
Panel Type - IPS
Maximum Resolution - 3840 x 2160
Response Time - 6ms
Speakers - Yes
DVI - Yes
HDMI - Yes
USB - Yes
Display port - Yes

Predator XB271HK 4k GSync Monitor - Now £549Here
27” 4K (3840x2160) IPS with Zero-frame design
NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ technology keeps gameplay smooth
Standard Refresh Rate: 60Hz(DP)
Custom game profiles with Predator GameView
Fast 4ms response time
Flicker-less, Blue Light Filter and ComfyView technologies minimize eye-strain

Acer K138ST 3D Ready Short Throw compact Projector - Now £349.99Here
Native Resolution - 1280 x 800
Maximum Resolution - 1920 x 1080
Standard Mode Brightness - 800 lm
Native Aspect Ratio - 16:10
Compatible Aspect Ratio 16:9 4:3
Contrast Ratio - 100,000:1
Throw Ratio - 0.8:1 (2946.40 mm@2000 mm)
Digital Zoom - 1.7x
Vertical Keystone Correction -20°/+20°
Maximum Vertical Sync - 120 Hz
Maximum Horizontal Sync - 100 kHz
Minimum Vertical Sync - 50 Hz
Minimum Horizontal Sync - 30 kHz
Colour Support -1.07 Billion Colors (30-bit

Aspire Switch 10 E 2-In-1 | SW3-013 - Now all £149.99 (see links below)
available in - Blue, pink, Purple or white
Windows 10 Home 32-bit
Intel® Atom™ Z3735F processor Quad-core 1.33 GHz
10.1" WXGA (1280 x 800) IPS Multi point Touchscreen
2GB RAM + 32GB eMMC Storage
2MP Front+Rear Camera, microSD card slot up to 128 GB
Up to 10 Hours battery life (Video Playback)

Grey - Here
White - Here
punk - Here
Purple - Here

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I'm really hoping for some cheap 144hz monitor. always wanted to have one but missed £130 John Lewis deal..
Lol, some of these "deals."

A Predator 15 G9-591 for £1019.99!?!? What a bar-Oh wait. It's cheaper than that at John Lewis (£979), comes with a backpack and a free headset and a 2 year guarantee. And that's not even on sale or special offer. Not to mention it's a 970 and not a 1070, which you can get for an extra £80~.

Getting a bit fatigued with all these "Black Friday deals", that are shops trying to get rid of unwanted stocks at basically RRP.

A shame, as some items on here (Acer B326HK) are quite a good bargain, but they've mixed poor "deals" in there too. Tarnishes the sale a bit.
Edited by: "Salfordgirl1" 22nd Nov 2016
Salfordgirl1

Lol, some of these "deals." A Predator 15 G9-591 for £1019.99!?!? What a … Lol, some of these "deals." A Predator 15 G9-591 for £1019.99!?!? What a bar-Oh wait. It's cheaper than that at John Lewis (£979), comes with a backpack and a free headset and a 2 year guarantee. And that's not even on sale or special offer. Not to mention it's a 970 and not a 1070, which you can get for an extra £80~.Getting a bit fatigued with all these "Black Friday deals", that are shops trying to get rid of unwanted stocks at basically RRP.A shame, as some items on here (Acer B326HK) are quite a good bargain, but they've mixed poor "deals" in there too. Tarnishes the sale a bit.



​agreed they try and nake them look good until you see the specs
Those predator laptops and monitors should be priced under those numbers anyway, rip off brand.
Edited by: "catbeans" 22nd Nov 2016
Salfordgirl1

Lol, some of these "deals." A Predator 15 G9-591 for £1019.99!?!? What a … Lol, some of these "deals." A Predator 15 G9-591 for £1019.99!?!? What a bar-Oh wait. It's cheaper than that at John Lewis (£979), comes with a backpack and a free headset and a 2 year guarantee. And that's not even on sale or special offer. Not to mention it's a 970 and not a 1070, which you can get for an extra £80~.Getting a bit fatigued with all these "Black Friday deals", that are shops trying to get rid of unwanted stocks at basically RRP.A shame, as some items on here (Acer B326HK) are quite a good bargain, but they've mixed poor "deals" in there too. Tarnishes the sale a bit.


Isn't this true for the most of the BF sales? I find about max 10-20% of the deals are what I would call cracking, the remainder average at best.
IndyS

Isn't this true for the most of the BF sales? I find about max 10-20% of … Isn't this true for the most of the BF sales? I find about max 10-20% of the deals are what I would call cracking, the remainder average at best.



Exactly. Black Friday is 70-80% of the time just a scam.
QHD high refresh rate G-sync deals please, or me no bitey bitey.
spaceinvader

QHD high refresh rate G-sync deals please, or me no bitey bitey.



Same here, I should of went for the amazon one for £437 on pre order a month ago.
what is the best monitor 2k (4k too heavy on my gpu) with gsync 27-28" monitor with high refresh rate for gaming. I'm looking for such monitor but it seems it narrows down to these acer and Asus brands. and the qc on both sounds dreadful.
fr3dy77_sp33d

what is the best monitor 2k (4k too heavy on my gpu) with gsync 27-28" … what is the best monitor 2k (4k too heavy on my gpu) with gsync 27-28" monitor with high refresh rate for gaming. I'm looking for such monitor but it seems it narrows down to these acer and Asus brands. and the qc on both sounds dreadful.



As far as I know there's no such thing as a "2k" monitor.

There's 1080p, 1440p, 4k and then 8k.

You probably mean 1440p.

And rather than asking a deals website what the best monitor is, it's probably best to ask google. Like this one: 144hzmonitors.com/bes…16/

Your selection for a good gaming monitor will basically be limited to Asus, Acer and BenQ though. Sometimes Samsung or LG throw their hat at it, but never seriously. The very best will be Acer and Asus.
dr104

Same here, I should of went for the amazon one for £437 on pre order a … Same here, I should of went for the amazon one for £437 on pre order a month ago.



​I did. Been watching the prices of these specs. Never seen it as cheap as it was. Lowest I saw before was pre-brexit at £470 for the Dell 1440p 144hz gsync.
Salfordgirl1

Exactly. Black Friday is 70-80% of the time just a scam.



​Black Friday is just another in a long line of stupid American things that seems to be creeping into my British way of life.
release the X34p already...
Can anyone advise if that acer 2 in 1 laptop is any good for under £160? I'm looking for a cheap netbook for work..want to be able to carry it around...need decent battery life..just for basic word / excel and browsing..
All input appreciated! Thanks in advance
dgarda

Can anyone advise if that acer 2 in 1 laptop is any good for under £160? … Can anyone advise if that acer 2 in 1 laptop is any good for under £160? I'm looking for a cheap netbook for work..want to be able to carry it around...need decent battery life..just for basic word / excel and browsing..



You're going to need to be a bit more specific than simply "Cheap", if you want any suggestions or feedback. For an 'ultrabook' £600-700 is "cheap".

The Acer laptop is little more than a tablet with a keyboard throw in on it. Reviews aren't good. I'd imagine doing work on it would be awful. Wouldn't suggest it.

When you say "decent battery life", any idea how many hours you're talking roughly? Anything above 4-5-6 hours starts to cost a premium.
dr104

Same here, I should of went for the amazon one for £437 on pre order a … Same here, I should of went for the amazon one for £437 on pre order a month ago.



I share that same regret
Salfordgirl1

You're going to need to be a bit more specific than simply "Cheap", if … You're going to need to be a bit more specific than simply "Cheap", if you want any suggestions or feedback. For an 'ultrabook' £600-700 is "cheap".The Acer laptop is little more than a tablet with a keyboard throw in on it. Reviews aren't good. I'd imagine doing work on it would be awful. Wouldn't suggest it.When you say "decent battery life", any idea how many hours you're talking roughly? Anything above 4-5-6 hours starts to cost a premium.



Thanks for the reply...

Cheap would be under £200?
I have a ok desktop that I rarely use, and a good 19inch laptop at home for my general needs. Just looking something I can carry around and not be too worried if it gets knocked around a little. My big Asus laptop is far too heavy and big to carry.

I'd prob just use make use of time at work to work on some excel / word documents and little browsing. At home I'd use my normal laptop and desktop anyway.

Battery life....i wouldn't be on it constantly at work...prob 2-3 hours on and off or during lunch. 6 hours would suffice...plus it would prob go in power saving mode at work anyway...hope that helps you (or anyone else) help me.
Thanks
Thanks for the reply...

Cheap would be under £200?
I have a ok desktop that I rarely use, and a good 19inch laptop at home for my general needs. Just looking something I can carry around and not be too worried if it gets knocked around a little. My big Asus laptop is far too heavy and big to carry.

I'd prob just use make use of time at work to work on some excel / word documents and little browsing. At home I'd use my normal laptop and desktop anyway.

Battery life....i wouldn't be on it constantly at work...prob 2-3 hours on and off or during lunch. 6 hours would suffice...plus it would prob go in power saving mode at work anyway...hope that helps you (or anyone else) help me.
Thanks
dgarda

Thanks for the reply...Cheap would be under £200? I have a ok desktop … Thanks for the reply...Cheap would be under £200? I have a ok desktop that I rarely use, and a good 19inch laptop at home for my general needs. Just looking something I can carry around and not be too worried if it gets knocked around a little. My big Asus laptop is far too heavy and big to carry. I'd prob just use make use of time at work to work on some excel / word documents and little browsing. At home I'd use my normal laptop and desktop anyway. Battery life....i wouldn't be on it constantly at work...prob 2-3 hours on and off or during lunch. 6 hours would suffice...plus it would prob go in power saving mode at work anyway...hope that helps you (or anyone else) help me. Thanks



No chance of you getting 6 hours and spending £200.

Maybe check if a Chromebooks meets your needs. I wouldn't buy anything with an AMD CPU though, it'll burn through your battery, be slow and get hot.
This acer is saying upto 10hours hours on the acer website?
Careful with Acer, we had a tablet which failed and after heavy resistance they sent us a new one through warranty. The replacement also failed shortly after and they straight up refused to honour warranty. Shouts poor quality product -> profit further by making consumer buy it twice.

Their more expensive products might be OK though but I wouldn't know.
Edited by: "fishLuke" 23rd Nov 2016
Salfordgirl1

As far as I know there's no such thing as a "2k" monitor.There's 1080p, … As far as I know there's no such thing as a "2k" monitor.There's 1080p, 1440p, 4k and then 8k.You probably mean 1440p. And rather than asking a deals website what the best monitor is, it's probably best to ask google. Like this one: http://www.144hzmonitors.com/best-gaming-monitor-2016/Your selection for a good gaming monitor will basically be limited to Asus, Acer and BenQ though. Sometimes Samsung or LG throw their hat at it, but never seriously. The very best will be Acer and Asus.



​Hi, ​thanks for the reply. my rig is i7 4770k with gtx 780 (bit lower spec than gtx 970) and I love to play various games (include fps but just casual gamer) but love to see nice colours on the monitor (e.g. for movies)

currently torn between 3 options:
1. unbelievably cheap lg 29UC88 29" ultrawide curved (!) ips. IMHO, 1080 on this is fine because it's less tall than 24". however, I'm not to sure the performance of game on this monitor, it seems to have high input lag and I don't know how important gsync on this monitor. will I get screen tear? will it be annoying to play games? Racing game would be the desire for ultra wide screen but it will me meaningless if high input lag ruin the game?

2. Should I go for more expensive 27-28"(sadly not ultrawide) monitor such as Asus rog or acer predator which has gsync,2k/1440, tn and low input lag BUT more than double the cost of LG? The issue that I have with them is I fall in love with the idea of ultrawide and ips but these monitors is not any of those and well known for bad QC (ghosting, blb, and crack lines). what's the best way to overcome this? buy warranty? I had issue with Asus brand in the tablet area and sworn never buy their product again as I have seen their high spec items which does not work(very annoying!), I prefer brand like Samsung which just work without any issues for years. I'm dreaded that this acer and Asus monitor will be as bad as my Asus tablet experience

3. Benq gaming Monitors which most certain would be tn, often without gsync. This brand well known for gaming purposes but I lose all the features that I like as it won't be: ultra wide, curved, ips, and gsync (big sigh!)

Any thoughts which one I should go for? And what's the reason?
fishLuke

Careful with Acer, we had a tablet which failed and after heavy … Careful with Acer, we had a tablet which failed and after heavy resistance they sent us a new one through warranty. The replacement also failed shortly after and they straight up refused to honour warranty. Shouts poor quality product -> profit further by making consumer buy it twice.Their more expensive products might be OK though but I wouldn't know.



I'll second that. nothing worse than having high spec gadget that just does not work! IMHO, tablet is much easier to choose. I'll go for Samsung all the way as everything just works with it and is robust.
The fact that this rubbish has 200 heat makes me wonder how legit Hotukdeals is...
Nothing interesting there:(
the deals on the site is terrible. i'll just wait till boxing day or new year when people dump their unwanted stuff on ebay.
badboyofrock

​Black Friday is just another in a long line of stupid American things t … ​Black Friday is just another in a long line of stupid American things that seems to be creeping into my British way of life.



Go figure!
What am I, chopped liver?
FREEZIN WOLF

Go figure!What am I, chopped liver?



Hey dude just chill and enjoy your Thanksgiving
Liquid Leap Active Smart Band is £49.99, not £34.99
Predator XB1 Gaming Monitor | XB271HK is there for 549, hardly a deal but it's in stock
The £350 projector is £425.
cr7hg

I'm really hoping for some cheap 144hz monitor. always wanted to have one … I'm really hoping for some cheap 144hz monitor. always wanted to have one but missed £130 John Lewis deal..


What was the John Lewis deal??
lkl265

Liquid Leap Active Smart Band is £49.99, not £34.99



I had the same when i checked earlier but now it's showing for me at £34.99. How do you get free delivery though - it's adding £5.90 charge for me?
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