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IdeaPad Y910 17.3" FHD i7 - GTX 1070 - 16GB RAM - 256GB SSD + 1TBHDD £1299.99 @ Lenovo
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Just having a nose around the Lenovo site and saw the Idea pad y910 had dropped again, to what it was over Black Friday. Showing at £1799.99 on searching, but if you click through,… Read more
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Trust pilot don't like em. Nearly jumped at this. Second thoughts now.

uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk

just editing. No laptop manufacturers fair well by the look of it.
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dmannn23 m ago

Guess if the screen is not gsync then could just hook it up to a gsync …Guess if the screen is not gsync then could just hook it up to a gsync enabled monitor? Defeats the point I know of portability, but is kind of a desktop replacement of sorts I suppose. Great specs though!



The screen doesnt support G-Sync but the hardware i.e the GPU does support G-Sync I read on the official lenovo forum regarding the AIO Y910 didnt support G-Sync screen. But I can now firmly confirm it doesnt have a G-Sync capable screen.

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Have read it clearly says it doesnt support G-Sync Screen. Its great Laptop but but I really dont want to spend another couple hundred quid for G-Sync screen.

Guess if the screen is not gsync then could just hook it up to a gsync enabled monitor? Defeats the point I know of portability, but is kind of a desktop replacement of sorts I suppose. Great specs though!

0Nemesis8 h, 18 m ago

Its got great specs but there is one caveat that isnt mentioned its one …Its got great specs but there is one caveat that isnt mentioned its one that Ive been looking for in combination with that gpu its G-SYNC this laptop does not support G-SYNC be wary of that when you purchase this. Its a great gpu but I suspect you will get tearing at high fps. Great specs shame G-SYNC isnt available its standard thing on most gaming notebooks now.


The MPN for the product is 80V1000BUK and several stockists of this product specify that it is G-Sync capable. Can anyone confirm from the previous sale if G-Sync is supported?

fiqqer28 m ago

I have to admit it is a great price for a thumping gaming laptop, but I …I have to admit it is a great price for a thumping gaming laptop, but I have to question why a 1 year warranty? For a top of the range type laptop I expect a top of the range type warranty. Seriously, 1 year and you have to take it to a store yourself or pay for deliver? It makes me wonder whether Lenovo know something that they aren't willing to tell.


Not very different to Dell who offer 1 year on site for their more expensive Alienware laptops and significantly more for extensions. I have just looked at the Dell site and 3 years onsite for the Alienware 17 is £458.80!!!!!!! and accidental damage is another £103!!!! If you want a 4 year warranty - sit down - it is £618.80. This is on top of a laptop that costs £1949.01 comes with 8gb ram and a 128gb SSD and only 2 DIMMs (the Y910 has 4). The Dell processor is marginally faster and it has G-Sync but otherwise its very similar!
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disappointing sale

Man, the Yoga tab 3 plus is NEVER less than 250 is it

The top model Yoga 910 looks good, but it is still expensive.

no good deal, the Lenovo Yoga X1 with Oled display still over £2000...

Haven't they just changed the BF banner to a green cyber one? Don't think this is really a new deal.
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Black Friday Lenovo ideacentre 510 - Intel G4560 / 8GB Ram / AMD RX 560 4GB / 1TB HDD £349.99 @ Lenovo
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Just eyeballed this on the Lenovo Black Friday sale, look really good for the money. Has 8GB Ram, 1TB HDD, AMD RX 560 which trades blows with the GTX 1050. At £349.99 delivered yo… Read more
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matlock673 h, 7 m ago

It will be fine, you will just need to add keyboard, mouse and monitor, I …It will be fine, you will just need to add keyboard, mouse and monitor, I was about to pull the trigger myself but was too late


cheers. already have a monitor thankfully fingers crossed it comes with keyboard and mouse as per review.
sorry to hear you was to late on getting one

The review on reevoo stated that they received the keyboard and mouse with it

mad56979731 m ago

Thanks pal. As it is for a Xmas present I wanted to buy a new one. The …Thanks pal. As it is for a Xmas present I wanted to buy a new one. The games he will be playing are roblox, Minecraft, Lego games etc.I went for this one in the end & hope that I have made the right choice


It will be fine, you will just need to add keyboard, mouse and monitor, I was about to pull the trigger myself but was too late

mattturner75612 m ago

Hi, surprised no one has replied to you. Thinking only of prebuilts, you …Hi, surprised no one has replied to you. Thinking only of prebuilts, you might wanna have a look at the refurb market for a 'my first pc' kinda thing. eBay search 'refurb dells' - some are £100 and will work as good as something that pc world/currys sell for £400 (that one you linked.. not sure when it was ever worth £600..). Even something that is £100 on eBay will still actually work really well and won't blow your budget. If you buy from a refurb business Many do 12 month warranties. Many of them have windows included as well. All you'd need to buy is a mouse and keyboard and a screen. The only reason they're so cheap is once tech is a few years old it crashes in price, even if it's still perfectly fine. Only recommending the Dell as you mention gaming not being a main point. Sure others will chip in


Thanks pal. As it is for a Xmas present I wanted to buy a new one. The games he will be playing are roblox, Minecraft, Lego games etc.
I went for this one in the end & hope that I have made the right choice

mattturner7562 m ago

Hi, surprised no one has replied to you. Thinking only of prebuilts, you …Hi, surprised no one has replied to you. Thinking only of prebuilts, you might wanna have a look at the refurb market for a 'my first pc' kinda thing. eBay search 'refurb dells' - some are £100 and will work as good as something that pc world/currys sell for £400 (that one you linked.. not sure when it was ever worth £600..). Even something that is £100 on eBay will still actually work really well and won't blow your budget. If you buy from a refurb business Many do 12 month warranties. Many of them have windows included as well. All you'd need to buy is a mouse and keyboard and a screen. The only reason they're so cheap is once tech is a few years old it crashes in price, even if it's still perfectly fine. Only recommending the Dell as you mention gaming not being a main point. Sure others will chip in


they all use old core 2 based computers there worthless
Lenovo Y910 - i7 6820hk - gtx 1070 - £1299 @ Lenovo
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Cheapest i can see online, very good price for a GTX 1070 laptop. ProcessorIntel Core i7-6820HK Processor ( 2.70GHz 2133MHz 8MB ) Operating SystemWindows 10 Home 64 D… Read more
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Well pleased with it. Spare pci slot for another solid state disk and got 10% off through affinity scheme at work.

The screen is very bright and sharp. The panel is a bit lost is the huge lid; there's about an inch at the bottom unused.

Keyboard is fine. It's mechanical and lit in lots of colours. You can turn the lights off or have one colour or get them to pulse. Slightly odd layout but easy to get used to.

Fans perk up ever so often for s couple of seconds which is totally acceptable!

zippy12345620 m ago

There are 4 slots, two used and two free, but I think the two free ones …There are 4 slots, two used and two free, but I think the two free ones are on top of the motherboard, i.e. under the very colourful keyboard. I haven’t opened it to check but that’s what the reviews say


Wow upto 64GB RAM.

There are 4 slots, two used and two free, but I think the two free ones are on top of the motherboard, i.e. under the very colourful keyboard. I haven’t opened it to check but that’s what the reviews say

zippy1234566 h, 21 m ago

Two sims are used. I though you had to use paired sims?


Okay - no worries 2x8GB it is - some laptop manufactures ships 1x16GB + 1x empty slot - making 32GB easily upgradable.

Two sims are used. I though you had to use paired sims?
Lenovo Black Friday - YOGA 910 - 4K - i7 - 512GB SSD £1099.99 OR  IdeaPad Y910 17.3" FHD  i7 - GTX 1070 - 16GB RAM - 256GB SSD + 1TBHDD £1299.99 @ Lenovo (See op for more)
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*update - Have added a few more goodies that i've scoped out* Very sleek looking machine. If you're after a 4K display, strong CPU which is touch screen, this model is super nice.… Read more
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I'd like Dell Gaming Laptop than Lenovo even price cheaper

Lenovo build crap .

910 out of stock?

Everyone talking about the laptop.... I got the cheap desktop at the very end and I was hoping to get some validation in here about it. Would it have been better to go for the 599 model instead? I don't give a crap about the case and someone who posted the cheaper desktop the other day said the graphics card in it gives the gtx a run for its money.

Harumph!

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This is decent gaming laptop!
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I owned the VIVE, used the rift. WMR is by far the way to go. can't believe someone bought a rift or a vive this month... Is like purchasing and iPhone 5s today, and then in secret "regret" try to say is superior to today's stuff.
Vive is great. but from all the ones I tried (samsung aside) Lenovo is the way to go, in UK I agree Dell looks better, but Lenovo in the end kills for the weight and that's HUGELY important point. Once the thing is on your face you shouldn't really care how it looks outside, specially when they use basically "same" lenses/screen. With the Lenovo was much better to read texts. and you have so much less stuff... is simple a happy time for VR... still starting but man.. On vive/rift so much stuff and bugs... each lighthouses, 3 power socket, plugs, and so many cables... then the headset connects to a box that need another 3 cables (power supply) etc...

Look how simple is now.... HDMI and USB and THATS IT !

Rechargeable controller (not big fan here) specially when the battery runs out on middle of something. and man... Analogs is just brilliant to have.... (point to the old rift here)

Even if you are a vive or Rift fanboy, WMR is a fantastic push to VR, and now support Steam!!!

Imagine how happy are the developers, they have now a standard ground to work on, you can pick any brand (competition = lower prices) and the same game will work from box!!... imagine how happy they are now... just Rift and vive battle was just bad for us...

Nice one MS.... and nice one Steam to give the support so fast !!!

Black friday \o/ empty your wallets !!!

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You are correct they have poor FOV but the reference hardware is exactly the same in every model except the Samsung. You may get slightly different FOV depending on how far your eyes are from the lens in each model ?

mtc110 m ago

You do know apart from the Samsung they are all the same?


No they are not all the same. The HP has a lower field of view than the Lenovo. Probably other differences too that i don't know about as i've not seen a direct comparison between the two but i know about the field of view difference. That's a big deal in vr.

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You do know apart from the Samsung they are all the same?

mtc11 h, 1 m ago

MixedRealityTV , ever so slightly biased maybe? I've owned the WMR and …MixedRealityTV , ever so slightly biased maybe? I've owned the WMR and now the Rift, WMR doesn't come close to the Rift.


I think maybe it is you who is biased because you bought the wrong one. You did not try the Lenovo Explorer headset that many people are raving about. You only tried the HP one that literally has no positive reviews that i could find.
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Lenovo ideacentre Upgradable AIO - 27" 2560x1440 / i5 6400 / 128GB SSD / 2TB HDD / GTX 1070 8GB /16GB RAM / Harman Kardon speaker £959.99 @ Lenovo
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Credit to Neotrix for the deal a week ago. I've just noticed this deal is back in stock, use code LEN4600 to get £40 off Neotrix deal spec Intel Core i5-6400 Processor ( 2.7… Read more
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Lenovo refunded my money back after over ordering. They even gave me a delivery date too so don't get your hopes up if you think you are going to get this.

zeropoint9722nd Sep

Just in case anhone is interested Barclays have told me the money wont be …Just in case anhone is interested Barclays have told me the money wont be releases until the 29th... good job i get paid today! What a mess though, wont be paying for these sorts of things on my debit card in future i think.


I'm pretty sure your bank might be at fault for this. I got my money released next day after the official automated cancellation email, on metro bank.

Just in case anhone is interested Barclays have told me the money wont be releases until the 29th... good job i get paid today! What a mess though, wont be paying for these sorts of things on my debit card in future i think.

Anyone actually had their money returned? It will be day 4 tomorrow since my cancellation email
£100 off Android & Windows Lenovo Yoga Book - Free Delivery £349.99 at Lenovo UK
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Good for notes or sketches using a stylus with real ink. Type on the Halo keyboard that appears when you need it – and vanishes when you don’t. Thin, light, and stylish. Video… Read more

The lenovo forum is full of people with issues with these yoga books, I would avoid.

tbf writing lectures and notes on such a small light form factor is amazing for uni. wish it was a faster processor but has pretty much replaced paper for me =)

You have to really want/need the fancy keyboard and writing input as the tablet hardware is worth about 150-200.

Can't see why it's 100 extra for Windows version either.
Lenovo Yoga 900 13.3" - Multi-touch 3200x1800 / i5 / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD £699.99 @ Lenovo
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I quite like the idea of these - Available in Gold or Orange. Looking around this one seems decent with a 3200x1800 resolution, 8GB ram and a 256GB SSD. It's not the latest model, … Read more
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halap3n014th Sep

Yes of course that is what happens, ALL your data is sent to the USA, your …Yes of course that is what happens, ALL your data is sent to the USA, your files, photos, everything. You are far better off with google or apple.




I can forgive the exaggeration because Windows 10 does have a number of issues that more people should be concerned with. If claims like this leads people to take notice and check for themselves what data is and isn't slurped by Microsoft then that's a good thing.

That's completely aside from updates that change settings and setting toggle switches that are so buggy that they work back to front.

Charlie601 h, 4 m ago

Can't find a way to add it to my cart, when I click on the link. Is this …Can't find a way to add it to my cart, when I click on the link. Is this still valid?


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That might be because there ain't none available any more

Can't find a way to add it to my cart, when I click on the link. Is this still valid?
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zaax15 h, 23 m ago

Windows 10 -Yuck, I do not want all my data sent to the USA so the NSA or …Windows 10 -Yuck, I do not want all my data sent to the USA so the NSA or anyone else can view it.


Yes of course that is what happens, ALL your data is sent to the USA, your files, photos, everything. You are far better off with google or apple.

aasimiftikhar12th Sep

Code for 4% off £600+ order: LEN4600 (expires 30/09/17)Makes the total of …Code for 4% off £600+ order: LEN4600 (expires 30/09/17)Makes the total of £671.99


Just wanted to say thanks as I bought the 950 quid Yoga 910 this morning, your code took it down £911.99 and Quidco is tracking another £22.80 so am very happy at picking one of them babies up for such a decent price
IdeaPad 710S starting at £599 is a bargain @ Lenovo
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You won't find this brilliant laptop any cheaper in the UK brand new.

you legit cant get this laptop for under £800 anywhere even for the i5 version, great buy, just ordered it for £566

about 2 hours when running audio editing software

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shropshirelass518th Sep

If you have a student beans account there is a further discount which …If you have a student beans account there is a further discount which takes it down to 566.99 for the i5 and 680.84 for the i7. I have just bought the i7 for my son starting at Uni. He loves it, its very light and small with a good size screen and handles audio software well. The only down side is the battery life isn't great, but that's probably because he's using an awful lot of processing power in the audio work.


When you say isnt great what are we talking? 2/3/4 hours?

GGMI1 h, 38 m ago

No, I5 I think



That's about the same price now with cashbaack, £617.5 so not too bad, considering the pound has tanked.

Just seen that deal from xmas, better specs and from JL with two year warranty. Will I wait till xmas,
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Lenovo ideacentre Upgradable AIO -  27" 2560x1440 / i5 6400 / 128GB SSD / 2TB HDD / GTX 1070 8GB / 16GB RAM / Harman Kardon speakers £999.99 @ Lenovo
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Okay, so this won't be for everyone, although I think it's worth a look if you're not wanting to build your own system and the monitor looks pretty decent too. You can upgrade it e… Read more
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Ordered my on the 14th sept, rang them to double check, they said everything is confirmed and ready to dispatch on 19th sept. Today 19th sept got a cancellation email. They given me 20% discount on my next purchase. After having a look on the website, theres nothing that matches the price and spec.

Shows In Stock Again...

Has anyone actually used it and not sold it... just wondered what your impressions was?

Spoke to Lenovo today, out of stock and is end of life. No more stock likely.

I see you are the second person who ordered and had there order cancelled . what was the reason they gave to you regarding them cancelling your order ?

Did anyone on here successfully order and recieve one of these ?
Lenovo Ideapad 510s 14 Full HD 8gb ram 128gb ssd save £100 with lenovo direct - others too!
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Tempted to return my 13.3 from JL and get this one? Twice the ram and bigger screen than the 510s 13.3 deal - but 1/3rd the warantee?

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el_chupa_nibre49 m ago

All models out of stock already.


Well I posted it on Friday so not surprised.

All models out of stock already.

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NBargiebargie24 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-spin-5-133-inch-ci3-8gb-128gb-laptop-black-amazing-price-38999-argos-2780367which is the better machine


Depends what size screen you want and if you want to be able to convert it to a tablet.

Click on other models, or scroll right down past the reviews. Full list for comparison :-) HTH
Lenovo Yoga 710-11 2 in 1 Laptop £349.99 at Lenovo
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Lenovo are selling the Yoga 700-11 2-in-1 laptop for only £349.99. Specifications:- Processor - Intel Core m3-7Y30 Processor ( 1.00MHz MHz 4MB ) Operating System - Windows 10 Ho… Read more
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What are people's impressions then?

RiverDragon88 h, 5 m ago

I said if your're a noob or you suffer from some sort of mental illness …I said if your're a noob or you suffer from some sort of mental illness i.e anxiety. Your're obviously one or the other or both (I'm not having a dig at you).


Obviously I'm either mentally ill or a noob.

"Not having a dig at you"



Some people, eh
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wong_go_wild54 m ago

The i5 version (albeit is a 14inch display) has better CPU. It is more …The i5 version (albeit is a 14inch display) has better CPU. It is more powerful. Yes effectively the M3 and i5 are identical with minor differences in L3 cache and obviously the clock speed. But that clock speed is so majorly important. Also the i5 gets 256GB disk.


I did mean the Yoga 710 11" version same as this though, as that has the same TDP, I imagine the 14" has much more space for active cooling

plewis005 h, 29 m ago

I'm not sure it is - the i5 version is basically the same silicon as the …I'm not sure it is - the i5 version is basically the same silicon as the m3 and really should be called an 'm5' but Intel decided on this odd naming structure where the 4.5W TDP i3 is called an m3 but the same i5 is not called an m5. Other than a higher Turbo Boost, the i5/m5 is very similar to the m3 - it's not like these things are running at maximum frequency all the time. 128GB SSD is plenty for most users.

The i5 version (albeit is a 14inch display) has better CPU. It is more powerful. Yes effectively the M3 and i5 are identical with minor differences in L3 cache and obviously the clock speed. But that clock speed is so majorly important. Also the i5 gets 256GB disk.
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djbenny11 h, 17 m ago

I beg to differ, and in fact I used a car analogy when trying to get some …I beg to differ, and in fact I used a car analogy when trying to get some sense out of Lenovo.I questioned whether the device you use to "input" into your car - steering wheel - fell off after 6 months, would you blame the driver?Of course you wouldn't - if the device has clearly been well looked after and something that is going to be used every time you operate the equipment falls off when it's still relatively new, it's clearly not fit for purpose.I'm quite shocked you'd consider your radio analogy to be anything other than a defect, too.Anyway - we'll have to agree to disagree I guess.



Well my initial comment wasn't meant to be taken with offence. Sorry you feel like it does.

The whole keyboard hasn't fallen off so your analogy of comparing a single key to the whole steering wheel is a bit extreme. That's why I mentioned the button on a radio. If you compared it to a button on the steering wheel coming off or the stitching coming apart then that'd be more accurate.

I would consider the radio to be a defect on a newish car which is why I said I'd expect the dealership to sort it out even if it would technically fall under wear and tear. It's the same way a the Clutch isn't covered under warranty as it falls under wear and tear but on a newish car I'd fully expect the dealership to fix it.

I guess we will have to agree to disagree although perhaps you'll take on board the option to write/escalate it to head office.
ideapad 710s 13 - Silver £599 with code TEST47 at lenovo for £599.99
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ideapad 710s 13 - Silver Part Number: 80VQ0019UK Web Price: £849.99After Instant Savings:£749.99After eCoupon:£599.99Savings: £250.00 Use eCoupon:TEST47 Compare Ad… Read more
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Yep, clearly a misreading of the website but nevertheless a not bad price for the i7 version of this. Well reviewed generally as a macbook air beater. Most ultrabook type form factors tend to have low power cpus but this one offers a decent cpu.

If you have student status then go through student beans for a slightly better price of around £680. The discounts also apply to accessories too.

The Acer Swift 3 is also a good option if you like the metal design but want a slightly bigger screen and don't mind lower specs.
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How did you get £599? Only get £699 here. Mods please check this deal as OP has clearly made a typo.

The auto discount isn't Coming off

£699 here too
Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 510 12.2” (Silver) 2 in 1 laptop (detachable keyboard) includes Active Pen as standard (Intel Core i5-6200U / 256GB SSD / 8GB RAM) £671.99 @ Lenovo.com (using code)
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Great price for a similar device to the Surface Pro 4. I thought I got a bargain at £695.99 as part of the flash deal on Thursday . It was delivered within 24 hours, otherwise I'd… Read more

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ObUk2k17 h, 32 m ago

This deal is now expired I presume ? can anyone else still get this ?


I think it was a bank holiday special. Offer has ended for now, although the 4% code should still work.

This deal is now expired I presume ? can anyone else still get this ?

Nice find! Tried to use student discount but didn't work with this deal.

imdurc39 m ago

Thunderbolt is mainly a Mac thing. It hasn't really taken off with Windows …Thunderbolt is mainly a Mac thing. It hasn't really taken off with Windows based devices. USB 3.1 is the closest you'll get to a similar type.


Tell that to my XPS 13 9350. It had Thunderbolt 3 (Intel tech) in October 2015. The macbooks only got it in October 2016. Apple also put in software limits on their devices to stop them working with any 'unapproved' devices from other manufacturers (for instance, eGPUs don't work out of the box on any mac os version except High Sierra which is still in beta). This means they're no gold standard for compatibility, for that you want a Windows device.

That said you'd be right for the earlier generations, TB1 and 2 were generally Apple territory. Wish they hadn't decided to be nasty now.

Nice, and a good price. But it is not quite in the same class as the Surface Pro 4, which has a much sharper display.
Lenovo IdeaPad 710S (13) - i7 Intel Core - £528 @ Lenovo
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IdeaPad 710S (13) = £699.99 = - £150 (use ecoupon: TEST43) = 4% Quidco Cashback = £528… Read more

Coming up 699 even with the code applied

already posted

Oos

You can't count quidco towards your listed price... £549.99

Oos? Only i5 model available?
lenovo IdeaPad 710S (13) RRP £829.99 now only £599.99.
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lenovo ideapad 710s plus other deals prices greatly reduced,plus back.Yoga 710/11 £449.99 LESS 3.15 per cent top cash back.10 per cent cash back on quidco for yoga books. YOGA 910 … Read more

djbenny125th Aug

I bought this laptop about a year ago, I paid about £550 for the i5 model …I bought this laptop about a year ago, I paid about £550 for the i5 model when you take cashback and a voucher at the time into account.I've not been keeping up with the latest laptops etc since then but here are my thoughts on this one for anyone thinking about buying:Good:1) It is very light and very thin, so super compact and portable.2) It is plenty fast for everything I use it for - I don't game on it apart from some retro stuff which it obviously handled with ease3) The screen is really nice and it's the perfect size4) I find the touchpad very good too5) It's extremely fast to wake up - literally open the lid and it's ready to go (though I expect this can be said of most laptops now)6) The speakers are pretty good7) The keyboard is very nice in terms of travel and size however... see belowBad:1) The battery life is only just OK - you'd probably get 3-4 hours of normal use with the screen turned up to about 70%2) The fan can be very noisy at times out of the box - I have largely gotten around this by installing a third party application which controls the fan instead of the preinstalled software - it's very rarely loud now in my normal use3) It can get a bit hot underneath (again, this can probably be said of most laptops and is probably partly due to me reducing the fan profile), and I use it mostly on my lap - though it does have vents on the top as well which help4) The keyboard is a weird layout towards the right hand side. The arrow keys are full size at the expense of the return key, and I find that only the top half of my return key works. Also, one of the keys (the actual plastic bit you press, not the mechanism) broke on mine and Lenovo wanted to charge me over £100 for a new keyboard. In the end I had to buy a new key from a third party for like £7 or something (despite the fact I actually bought Lenovo's enhanced 3 year warranty) so....5) Lenovo customer service and aftercare is (in my experience) appalling, and the warranty doesn't seem to be worth the paper it's written on - YMMVWould I buy it again, definitely yes - but definitely not directly from Lenovo


Thanks djbenny1.
I got this in the current deal, but having the same fan issues - it starts up with the most basic usage. Advice given by Lenovo tech support hasn't helped and now they suggest sending it back to check - which is not an option for me as I need it for daily use.

Does the third party application remove the problem? Or does it only bury the symptoms - i.e. switch the fan off or delay it. I'm worried that there might be a bigger issue which is forcing the fan to come in.

I'm still within the 14 days, so I could return it for a full refund, if they don't want to give me a replacement.

Received mine yesterday. Great lightweight laptop. Unfortunately battery life is terrible unless you turn screen down so dim it is unusable. Just in 40 mins from 100% to 78%. Returning it now

malm39 m ago

Good luck with the John Lewis 3 year warranty why don't you post it as a …Good luck with the John Lewis 3 year warranty why don't you post it as a deal.

What do you mean by 'good luck'?..... do you doubt the integrity of their 3 year warranty?

As for posting it as a separate deal, no need to as I've linked to it on this thread so anyone reading the comments will see it, plus most folk tend to vote based simply on price and don't necessarily take after sales care, seller, location of stock etc into consideration..... in which case the JL deal is not as good as this one.
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Good luck with the John Lewis 3 year warranty why don't you post it as a deal.

The un-upgradable RAM has killed it for me. Every laptop I've had with only 8GB has chugged with the amount of Chrome tabs I tend to have open.

The same applies to the Lenovo that I'm typing this message on.
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Lenovo Legion Y720 GTX1060 (6GB), i7 7700HQ Gaming Laptop £1169.99 @ Lenovo
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8GB of ram is plenty, not sure what everyone above is talking about but 16GB for gaming is overkill unless you plan to be recording and uploading whilst playing. Even for VR only 8GB is required. Anything more is simply future proofing.

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Try a different browser or something. I helped my mate buy this deal yesterday too and it definitely went through. I think it can be intermittent.

JayNicks895 h, 43 m ago

It's valid for 3 more days i believe. You need to follow the link, it will …It's valid for 3 more days i believe. You need to follow the link, it will ask for the code as a password to log onto the site. Then the prices should be accurate.

Just keeps saying 'Its not you it's us'

I'll again later.

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It's valid for 3 more days i believe. You need to follow the link, it will ask for the code as a password to log onto the site. Then the prices should be accurate.

Cant use the code on mobile or pc (edge & chrome) has it expired?
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GTX 1060 for under a grand? That's the first time I've seen that...

Comes with an SSD to balance for the relatively slow HDD, so I'm cool with that, and 8GB RAM too.

Seems like the best deal I've found yet!

Joe90_guy14 h, 35 m ago

Wow! Seriously impressed! What's an AIO system and how do I get the …Wow! Seriously impressed! What's an AIO system and how do I get the apology code????


It was all part of a mistake made by Lenovo- they took orders they couldn't complete and had to cancel them all. I rang them and they send me a personalized code for the 20%. Complain about anything and I think you would get something off. I could have got 10% off from work via Xexec but 20% was better.

AIO system link

Laptop arrive today, can't wait

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happylarry1 h, 56 m ago

I'm a bit late to the party but I managed to pick up one of these today.I …I'm a bit late to the party but I managed to pick up one of these today.I was one of the people that failed to get the AIO system but used the apology 20% code to get the £899 laptop for £719 - Happy Days!


Wow! Seriously impressed! What's an AIO system and how do I get the apology code????

I'm a bit late to the party but I managed to pick up one of these today.

I was one of the people that failed to get the AIO system but used the apology 20% code to get the £899 laptop for £719 - Happy Days!

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JoelM1231 h, 56 m ago

Understand below linked laptop has standard 1060 6GB, but correct me if I …Understand below linked laptop has standard 1060 6GB, but correct me if I am wrong...it has i5-7300 instead of i7-7700, but if the GPU is not Max-Q type, I think it's better bang for buck, thoughts?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/omen-by-hp-15-ce020na-gaming-laptop-gtx-1060-at-hp-for-999-2773325


Tricky question if I'm honest...

The HP has the full fat 1060 and will be a bit (but not visually noticeably) quicker. It also has the G-Sync monitor which will be a bit (but not a lot) better. On the other hand, it costs £100 more and, if you're talking equivalent performance, you're going to have to spend more on top to add an SSD to it. Regarding the SSD addition, these things always look so easy in theory but in my experience can be a real pain in the backside and it's something I personally always try to avoid.

If you're buying one of these machines, the presumption is you're doing so to play games. The question perhaps you should ask yourself is, how much does 'playing games' actually matter and how much should you be spending on it? (as opposed to paying off the mortgage or taking the wife and kids on holiday).

For me, I refuse to play the 'I must have THE best machine that money can buy game'. It smacks too much of teenage immaturity. I'm happy to stick with my two year old lappie, sacrifice a bit of game detailling I'd probably not notice anyway and keep my money in the bank. However, if my ASUS died tomorrow, I'd buy the Lenovo, not the HP simply because for me, the buck takes precedence over the bang.
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ava9012329th Aug

How did you get student discount I checked Student Beans and UniDays

Student beans
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BIGBeanss2nd Aug

I have been struggling to find a good value 2in1 for some time. But I had …I have been struggling to find a good value 2in1 for some time. But I had to bite on this one. I managed to use student discount so picked it up for £720. Nothing else in it's class comes close to this value Its currently £999 at curry's. It also has very good reviews.


How did you get student discount I checked Student Beans and UniDays

The 15" version came out last week, voucher works on that too

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I have been struggling to find a good value 2in1 for some time. But I had to bite on this one. I managed to use student discount so picked it up for £720.
Nothing else in it's class comes close to this value
Its currently £999 at curry's.
It also has very good reviews.
Edited by: "BIGBeanss" 2nd Aug

I'd settled on a Surface Pro 4 with same storage and RAM but struggling to get what I consider a good deal.
Now I'm very tempted by this, looks great value. Will weigh up my requirements a bit longer.
Cashback available through TCB or Quidco, but it may fail when using the voucher.