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Refurbished Asus ROG GL552VW-DM201T i7-6700HQ 8Gb 1Tb + 256Gb SSD 15.6" 1920x1080 GTX 960M 2Gb DVD-RW Windows 10 (64bit) - £699 @ XS Only
Refurbished Asus ROG GL552VW-DM201T i7-6700HQ 8Gb 1Tb + 256Gb SSD 15.6" 1920x1080 GTX 960M 2Gb DVD-RW Windows 10 (64bit) - £699 @ XS Only

Refurbished Asus ROG GL552VW-DM201T i7-6700HQ 8Gb 1Tb + 256Gb SSD 15.6" 1920x1080 GTX 960M 2Gb DVD-RW Windows 10 (64bit) - £699 @ XS Only

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Was looking for a gaming laptop for myself but I don't need a 960m with as little gaming as I will do.

Pros: everything in the title

Cons:
-the newest line of laptop gpus are much stronger (but will be lucky to find one under £1300)
-dvd unnecessary/extra weight
-apparently two versions of the screen panel (one meh, one good) and not sure which this one has
-only 3 month warranty
-laptop 1050 gpu is rumoured to be announced/released in January 2017 which is rumoured to be at least equal to the 970m
-only two left

960m prices haven't really moved since the 10xx gpus arrived. this isn't the best deal ever but might appeal to someone.

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Plenty of Zoostorm 960m laptop deals on eBay

3 month warranty?! Goes pop then what?

Can't say about others but my thinking. If I have to spend £700 for a gaming machine with these specs but with only 3 months warranty, I would rather add another £50-100 and buy a brand new machine with a full 12 months warranty. Have seen a couple few days ago with the same specs MSI machine.

Voted hot though it is not a bad price.

Paid £690 a few months ago for the same machine, new, from PC World with a 12 month warranty.
It's a fantastic laptop. Boots in seconds, backlit keyboard, plays the latest games medium-high, decent battery life for the processor/graphics power. Highly recommended, but being a refurb maybe try and haggle a better warranty.

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Paid £690 a few months ago for the same machine, new, from PC World with … Paid £690 a few months ago for the same machine, new, from PC World with a 12 month warranty.It's a fantastic laptop. Boots in seconds, backlit keyboard, plays the latest games medium-high, decent battery life for the processor/graphics power. Highly recommended, but being a refurb maybe try and haggle a better warranty.


How did you get that price?

You used any discount codes or vouchers etc?

£690 is a bargain price with 960m for a brand new machine.

lightning USB c and eGPU support?

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b1koni

Plenty of Zoostorm 960m laptop deals on eBay



​I looked into them and they have bad customer service and charge to get it fixed along with sending it to then fees. It's an option but I personally do not trust the product or the company much.

If you do, you can get great deals on eBay for them at grade A for £600.

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maltikism

lightning USB c and eGPU support?



​ Very likely no on both.

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Not him but...

T​his isn't the best 960m deal ever but it's decent. The dell 7559 has gone for £700 (rarely) in the past and the lenovo y700 was £700 just two weeks ago (but only for a short time, about 5 hours, before selling out/ price going up). You have to be smart and use quidco, online codes, asking for lower prices and constantly looking.

If you're like me and 960m isn't necessary right now/want to wait for 10xx gpus, I just bought a second hand i5 950m for £430+ accessories+8 month warranty which will easily keep me going until the 1050 laptops cost around £700. I'm lucky in the fact very few modern titles interest me and I can sell this to my parents who need a laptop in the near future anyway. Good luck with your search.

I have had this laptop for a year and it's good. The only problem I had was that it would restart randomly which drove me absolutely insane, eventually after much research I discovered there was a setting somewhere that would trigger an automatic restart if the device ever encountered a crash (or what it interpreted as a crash even if there wasn't one). Once I turned this off, all was right with the device.
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