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PC World, officially Currys PC World, is the dedicated computing arm of the DSG Retail group specialising in consumer-oriented laptops, desktops, tablets, smart TVs, and cameras. More than just a vendor of computing hardware and software, PC World also provides support and advice for consumers on how to repair and get the best from their computers and tablets via its Knowhow service. HotUKDeals collects all deals from PC World on a dedicated page. Read more

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LENOVO IdeaPad Y900 17.3" Gaming Laptop GTX 980M 8gb £999.97 at PC World
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
I've been looking around for a new 17" laptop for few months and I think this looks really good. Looks like £30 TCB as well. It's a couple of years old now but the graphics card i… Read more
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Well, there are some really nice, small desktop cases which you can fit a very powerful rig into :)


Yes, I understand there are many advantages having a desktop of some description rather than a laptop but for me there are some space issues and I quite like the portability. That said, if I could find something small and powerful, with the number of ports these laptops have I could opt for that as I already have two other laptops. However, they are both a bit old and in no way capable of gaming but they are well adequate for all my general needs. Some kind of midi is an option but it would have to be small and whilst I have largely kept abreast with laptops, I haven't had a desktop for over a decade and have no idea what's available, what is good and where to get it - although Amazon service is indeed good, as you say.


Well, my only advice to you is, if you buy, buy direct from Amazon due to their return policy & warranty. Secondly, do you NEED a laptop? As in, would a pc not suit your needs? You get a lot more for your money if it's for probability I understand just curious


I've been looking at these two and am puzzling over the best option. I'm looking at a 17" preferably, so an ASUS GL7xx model is the current prime option - it's exactly the same spec as that Cyberpower. The quandary is whether the Cyberpower is a better option in terms of cooling and possibly longevity. The ASUS also has a terrific screen and I just don't know about the Cyberpower. I know it's IPS but I can't find out anything really about how that translates into real world experience.


I use it for everything, but gaming is the main reason for wanting these particular specs

LENOVO Yoga 520 14" 2 in 1 - Grey £379 @ PC world
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Not a bad price. But they were probably over priced to start with ! Everyday: All-rounder for work and play Windows 10 Intel® Pentium® Gold 4415U Processor RAM: 4 GB / Storag… Read more
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Bought one on Monday, replaced my old Samsung series Chromebook, for my needs it's fine, browsing, office and edited my first video last night, only 1080p mind, battery lasts a good few hours, screen is HD and sharp, has hung once or twice with premier Pro but other than that I'm happy


I didn't buy them so don't know exact change but the HDD was just under £40 and the stick of RAM just over £60. Both from Amazon.


How much did you pay for this in the January sales?. As this particular Lenovo Yoga Laptop has been yo-yoing back and forth at this price (give or take £20 either end). (As did a different version of this Lenovo Yoga Laptop I bought last year did too ... ) So far they appear to have held their price well.


I didn't buy them, my sister-in-law so don't know exact change but the HDD was just under £40 and the stick of RAM just over £60. Both from Amazon.


Good piece . I bought one last week. Same speck’s on black £499. Is fast for easy tasking 5 hours on battery life on constant use. Worth the money. If you need extra ram plenty to chose from .8)


That's the general response they've always had afaik. It will depend on who you talk to. It may have changed I guess, though other's were able to use it on the last eBay 20% offer not long ago. The last time I did it successfully was in January, and I needed to ask 3 different people. If they don't do it straight away I find there's no point arguing.


May have been in the past but no more. Spoke to them yesterday and they said that they can’t pricematch AO as it’s an online retailer only so doesn’t have the overheads of a store chain so it’s not an even playing field (their words).


In general that's true. It's why I said 'if'. I've had them match AO and eBay before, so it is possible ;)


JL don't price match online only retailers.


The only addition is the fingerprint reader. For me yes, but it's subjective. If you can get JL to price match AO with the Signature cover, then no, the extra warranty is worth more.

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DYNAMODE Internal Card Reader £3.60 @ Currys/PC World
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Available In store, on their website and via their eBay store. https://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/components-and-upgrades/interface-cards/dynamode-insixt-intern… Read more
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Ive got an old one of these that also has a floppy drive integrated into it. Errrr...so there!


TBH I didn't think they still made floppy drives. And I wasn't actively looking. I just saw this post and it made me think it was a floppy reader, hence the comment.


No, more like these: https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_c_2_21?url=search-alias=computers&field-keywords=external+floppy+drive&sprefix=external+floppy+drive,undefined,203&crid=3GOT6C6T4AYHI I need to be able to plug into a USB rather than fitting internally.


you mean like these? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Internal-Floppy-Drives/b?ie=UTF8&node=430501031


If only they made a USB floppy drive.

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ACER Nitro 5 15.6" Intel® Core™ i5 GTX 1050 Gaming Laptop - £649.99 @ Currys
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050
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Just been in to have a look at these and they're so plasticy. The mouse pad is horrendously unpredictable too (not a major issue since everyone will use a USB mouse, but worth noting). More importantly though, you can find exactly the same model on Amazon for exactly the same price, only it comes with an SSD.


Went looking for the Asus on eBuyer too... No joy.


reserved and collected one of these today. when I paid, the woman serving asked if I wanted a vat receipt. Initially said no, but she said there's £20 off if I did. Think they set up a business account for me, but I got it for £629 with said vat receipt.


Sorry, link to the ebuyer 1050 laptop with SSD for £550? Cant find it


C’mon. He has a point. It’s a good machine crippled by not even including a 120GB primary SSD at this high price and it’s a gen old on the CPU - I would have expected an SSD when there was an Asus one for £100 less at Ebuyer.

Nintendo Switch game bundle Mario Rabbids £279 @ Currys
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Good value bundle

Looks like it's been raised to 289 now


Thanks for this, managed to buy it with my brothers staff discount card


Great console, great game (200hrs+ gameplay from myself :{ ), for ease of purchase great bundle. If you keep your eye out you could likely buy both cheaper separately; but as lynZ26 pointed out though the interest free credit is also pretty cooooooooooool making this ultra hot hot hot. THANKS OP


Good comment


would expect Odyssey included for this price. You can buy solus console for under £239 now, then that would leave you £40 to buy pretty much any game

Lenovo Yoga Book 10.1 Android Convertible Tablet £259.97 instore @ PC World
LocalLocalFound 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Found in PC World, Tottenham Court Road in London. Android version. Save over £190
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Agreed. Very impressed with the quality and the digital keyboard works extremely well. I haven't sat drawing for years but have with this and really enjoyed it. I never use the paper for digital capture of notes...too much faff to me and for <£30 you can but a reusable smart note pad that is better for meetings. If you buy a case they all restrict the ability to fold the keyboard all the way round and under the screen. I would like to see someone develop a two part case to help with this. This is a hot price for what i think is a great tablet (over 12 months use from me)


I've got this and it's super fast and has a really nice build quality. Especially good if you're into doing some art....shame I've lost all my teenage artistic talent now (fierce)


Hi, it's 179928 8)


What’s the 6 digit product code on this? It’s on the price ticket but I can’t make it out!


Suppose it's store specific and a clearance tag (yellow label), hence the price.

LENOVO IdeaPad 320S-14IKB 14" £489.99 @ PC World
Found 25th FebFound 25th Feb
Product features Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i5-8250U Processor RAM: 8 GB Storage: 128 GB SSD Full HD display This is an amazing little laptop, super quick and great value. It is… Read more
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I would really like to buy one of these. They are currently out of stock. Does anyone know of any laptops with a similar spec and price please??


Yeah, as long as its a SATA 2.5" 7mm drive you're good to go. I will say it's a bit tricky to get to the drive bay, you have to unclip the entire bottom tray and it does feel like you're going to snap something off, so I'd advise caution when doing it.


Would it be easy to throw in a HDD as opposed to an SSD? I mean is it easy access please? This with a 500gb/1TB HDD would be ideal for my needs.


The less-than-stellar battery life is the only reason I haven't picked one of these up in recent weeks. Everything else looks great for the money.


I was in the market for a general purpose 8th gen laptop a few months back and after much research I bought this model, and I have to say it's fantastic, I'm really happy with it. It's fast, boot up time is <4 seconds, screen is nice. Build quality isn't terrible considering the price. Only downside for me was it only has 128GB SSD but I threw in a cheap 500gb SSD alongside it. Fan does get noticeable under heavy load, but not something that bothers me personally. EDIT: One more thing is the battery life isn't amazing, I get about 3-4 hours of use of it, however I use it primarily indoors so not an issue for me, but may be for some.

NIKON D3400 DSLR Camera with 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 Zoom Lens - Black, witth £100 discount code from PCWORLD, use code NIKD100  on checkout - £354
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
Product features Hobbyist 24.2 megapixels Sensor type: APS-C / 23.5 x 15.6 mm CMOS sensor Standard ISO range: 100 - 25600 Built-in Bluetooth DISCOUNT CODE - £100 off marked… Read more
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Offer seems to have expired now.


those that aren't going to buy another lens would generally be better served with a quality compact but you know someone is going to jump in and shout NIFTY FIFTY a few times so i'm sure a prime will be an option before long an occasion in the dark says people to me, shutter speeds suitable for people dont need vr at these focal lengths not everyone wants to lug a tripod about and not everyone wants to pay and extra 20quid they dont need to not sure if this camera does multiframe but i'll assume not as you ignored that - can obviously do in post if needed though


That's great for you then, but not everyone wants to lug a tripod around with them to any occasion taking place in a dimly lit room or after the hours of 8pm. Getting a couple of extra stops of exposure without having to bump your ISO into the range where noise creeps in is a genuinely useful tool in a great many situations, people who already know they're going to use a prime or tripod don't really need to listen to my advice about VR but for the new buyers these entry level DSLRs attract who may never buy another lens or accessory for the whole time they own the camera, the extra couple of notes is a no brainer.


well i'm more a use the right tool for the job kind of guy its easy to handhold that focal length at certain speeds but those speeds aren't any good for any motion if there is no motion then i can use a tripod or multiframe shoot or use a prime or whatever


So I'm guessing "shooting in less than ideal light" has never entered into your shooting habits.

HP deskjet 2620 all in one printer with 3 month HP instant ink trial £19.99 when you buy laptop, tablet, desktop or mac @ PC World
Found 11th FebFound 11th Feb
I apologise in advance if this is not ok, this is my first deal and perhaps it could help someone. Long story short, went into Curry's to get the HP envy 5546 posted earlier and s… Read more
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I did the free ink deal. Yes, it only gives me 10pages a month but only once was it not enough for me, the charge for the extra ptints (10ppp) still made it a fantastic deal.


I did not have to buy anything else to get it at this price, so people shouldn't be discouraged to try in-store just because the title was modified. And I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one who managed to get it for 19.99 without buying something else.


Buy a cheap laser hp printer and always buy third party toner just to piss them off instead :D


I wouldn't take it if it was free. Hp help the Israelis oppress Palestine


This deal is misleading. Its not 19.99

SANDISK Connect Wireless USB Memory Stick - 32 GB, Black £19.97 - PC World
Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Currys just price matched Amazon for an item I wanted so wanted to share it as people may pay for delivery or have a local Currys near them. This is a clearance item so simply ent… Read more

It was on the clearance section at the back in the crystal peaks shop. I tried to post but it didn’t work:(


Glad you got one at a good price. Anything else you can share about it with those who want to decide to get one?


Got one of these for 5 pound from wilkos around a month ago 😁


I use a wireless device like the verbating then all memory sticks are wireless


I got a Kingston MobileLite MLWG2 when they were cheap. Its not stable for copying nor able to tell when done. The app has not been updated. Will be curious how this compares. Suggest look at App for this if ratings are ok.

Epson 33 Claria Oranges ink multipack online price lower than in store - £39.99 online or C&C @ PCWorld
Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
Just picked up a multipack for £39.99 by reserving online for click and collect. In-store price was around £64.99. Tesco was £55.



I was quite shocked how much they cost myself. Something I hadn’t looked into when I bought the printer. However they do appear to last a lot longer than standard cartridges. It would just seem expensive I guess than shelling out £7-£10 for a single colour. There are five cartridges one of which is a premium black , standard black is a large cartridge. Nonetheless it appears to be a deal from genuine supply instead of refills off the Internet.


how much! I've never paid that for ink.

CORSAIR Vengeance LP Black DDR3 - 8GB x 2 - £84.97 @ PC World
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
2 sticks of CORSAIR Vengeance LP Black DDR3 1600 MHz PC RAM - 8 GB x 2. Whilst stocks last. Total savings of £40.02.
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He might be a peasant but I can't say what you are or I would get banned.


Yeah, when I first started using a PC in 1997/8, I can remember being told that it was roughly £1 per MB after earthquakes in the major RAM manufacturing region of the far east. That would be a whopping £16,000ish, would it not for 16GB of RAM that is common place in most desktops these days? (shock) I dare say laptop RAM would have been even more expensive.


Hahahahahahahaha, kinda depends on how far back you're going really?. After all, 100MB RAM Sticks back in 1995/1996 sort of time, were the best part of £120+ at least?!. :-( Lol.


Whys DDR3 still so high I expect this of DDR4 but not this


Thanks for letting us know.

XBOX One S 1TB with Forza Horizon 3 + hotwheels expansion, PUBG, Fallout 4, Fallout 3, 14 day XBL code + 3 months XBL code & 1 Month XBOX Game Pass - £269.99 @ PC World
Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
Got this yesterday in store and am stuck in a hospital with my old man so I thought I'd share. :D Set came with: XBOX One S 1TB Forza Horizon 3 Forza Horizon 3 Hotwheels exp… Read more

Just bought this a few hours ago. Kingston park.




FYI I posted a deal the same as this minus PUBG and Fallouts~ for £209. Heat added anyway as this isn’t a bad deal if you want the other games, although you’re essentially paying £20 for each of those three games.


Is this a good bundle to buy for someone that has owned and sold an Xbox One twice previously?


Not a bad bundle... shame no additional controller

PC world HP 14-bs058sa 14" Laptop Good all rounder £279 @ PC world
Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
This seems a decent buy and 128gb SSD from PC world as needed it quickly Everyday: All-rounder for work and play Windows 10 Intel® Pentium® Processor N3710 RAM: 4 GB / Storage… Read more

If you are getting this I would recommend paying the £3.95 delivery so that you don’t have to listen to the sales rep sell you stuff you don’t want!


Woefully insufficient RAM for 2018 isn't a "good all-rounder".




The link has 64 compared to the Hp 128 ssd and has 12.5 hours, so I think for the £70 cheaper the hp is better, I do appreciate the help and suggestions


It's more premium all metal build, better processor, quality Full-HD IPS display, long battery life and light weight at 1.3kg. you can read all about it here CLICK But if you do need a 14" screen, the Linx 14 posted today is better imo.

LG 55UJ634V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £499 w/Code TV30 (£529 before code) @ PC World
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Was - £699 - Sale - £529 - Use code TV30 For exra £30 off = £499 Top features: - 4K HDR technology provides the highest quality image - IPS technology lets you get a good v… Read more
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I would have also gone for the LG, but the reviews of this specific model are pretty poor, hence my reason to go for the Hisense 55N5700UK which has excellent reviews


I would have LG over Hisense any day


5000 + 1250 points per £50 gift card. So if you get 10 x £50 gift cards it will be 50000 + 12500 points = 62500 points (£62.50).


I have no idea it’s still in the box the new tv stand came smashed to bits from the courier ha waiting for that to get swapped


£6.50 worth of Morrisons points per £50 gift card bought at Morrisons. IE - JL, Amazon ,M&S, Has to be £50 cards only for points.

Lenovo ideapad i3 full hd £329.99 @ PC World
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
It seems able to provide everything you need with full hd screen, SSD and i3-7. Are there ways you can save more on this laptop?

Wicked. I have a 20 year old Dell running xp and still working = £50 trade-in (highfive) Actually it's running Windows98 .... but T&C's say max 7 years old so no joy :(


Will this play Football Manager 2018? It's the only gaming I do on a laptop (lol)


Thanks for posting ..The size is right for poachers pocket but it hasnt rj45 or optical drive for flexibility..I'll keep looking


I'm really sorry, I only realised it's been posted before. I was excited about this deal and I forgot to check


I'm thinking of replacing my Acer Aspire E15 i5-4210U 4th gen. 4GB / 1TB HDD would this be a noticable upgrade? Obviously the HD screen but in terms of performance and speed?