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Lenovo IdeaPad 720, Core i5-7200U, 8.0GB, 256GB SSD PCIe, 15.6" FHD laptop £599.99 @ Lenovo
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
Lenovo Ideapad 720 (15") Premium Performance Meets Stylish Design Beautifully finished in polished aluminum, the Ideapad 720 combines advanced processing with premium design. A bi… Read more
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£600 for old spec dual core is too much in my opinion.


The 14" 720S with same specs was £650 on the black Friday sales so this seems a good price. However, the Lenovo forums have lots of complaints about the fans running constantly at high rpm, although there are some user solutions in the form of bios tweaks, but nothing official AFAIK.


Good price but seems to get terrible reviews.

Motorola Moto One 4GB RAM, 64GB, Dual Sim Via Student Beans
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
This is one purely for students! If you're a student (have a student .ac.uk email or NUS etc) and have access to Student Beans, the Motorola Moto One can be had for £169.99 deliver… Read more

1. Many people do buy used/refurbs so participants in thread may find such comparisons relevant 2. Many users would also buy from reputable sources from abroad, eGlobal being a well-known HK seller that is consistently given good feedback on this forum ( Nokia 8 brand new in £170 region) 3. Prices fluctuate, Motorola One has been in recent months closer to £200 mark. Therefore it's pointless to compare phones of EXACTLY same price: there ain't any. You need to use a price bracket of AT LEAST £20-30 either side round your target price, midrange benchmark being £200. You'll find some phones at that price, some bit below, some bit above. Otherwise comparisons meaningless.


1.) Don't compare new with used; it's pointless. 2.) Phones in the £170 region are what you should compare to this deal, ideally from reputable sources. Thus the Nokia 8 isn't a rival at this price point because it's £30-£40 more, so ~20% difference in price. Just like you wouldn't compare a G6 Play for example as that's £30-40 less.


They're all midrangers in direct competition, but for this budget you can buy the far superior Nokia 8 from HK new, or like-new refurbished in U.K. Check recent posts on this site


Carphone Warehouse don't list it on there website?


Ok for a kids first phone, but I'd be buying from carphone warehouse as it's cheaper! Voting cold as it is significantly cheaper elsewhere!

Motorola Z3 Play mobile phone + Battery mod + JBL Speaker mod, free delivery @ Lenovo for £329.99
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Got an email from Lenovo today about their Motomadness offers and thought this was a good deal as the mods themselves are worth over £100 on their own, seems a decent spec too for … Read more

Technically not released, just announced for mid 2019 release, so if you don't want to wait the Z3 Play is your only choice


They just released the Z4 Play


It certainly does hammer consumer confidence. But now that I read that this z3 play comes with the 8.1 Oreo I might consider it. Its a good bundle. I already have the projector mod.


ahh that explains it lol (embarrassed)


Na, mods have just moved comments from duplicate thread to here

Moto G6 Plus £209.99 direct from Lenovo (limited time)
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Seems like a bargain, given that it's currently at least £260 on Amazon (although Google tells me there are similar prices on websites I've never heard of).

IV got this bought on Amazon warehouse deals £150 . Very pleased with it. Dolby Atmos is amazing , camera is superb ! Battery life is well over a day .


I saw that, but I am pretty sure it is just music files because Google Play Music is part of the Android system and so would not be moveable. I have checked on my G6 Plus and I have the option of downloading music within Google Play Music to either internal or external storage. I am sure you are correct it is a software restriction, but I think it is a Motorola restriction rather than Android because it is available on other phones. Ultimately, whatever the restriction is, it means you cannot move apps etc. to the micro SD card on a G6 Plus.


It also says, Some third party applications will enable you to store their content on the SD card, but only if the application developer choses to do so (Google Play Music) I'm pretty sure this would be an android restriction and not a hardware one anyway.


I have just read the information given on the link you posted, but I cannot see where it says you can format the card as internal storage. It says 'You can insert an SD card to instantly add portable storage to your phone for media files.' It goes on to say..... Go to Settings > Storage. Select your SD card. Touch > Storage settings > Move media. Check the boxes for types of media to move (pictures, movies, music). Touch Move.Which is what I said in my original post....it is only available to store media files. When I made the post it was to give the information to potential purchasers. I have just removed my SD card formatted it and replaced it, there is still no option to use as internal storage.


According to this you can http://motorola-global-en-roe.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/129280/~/using-an-sd-card---moto-g6-plus

LENOVO IdeaPad 330S 15.6" Laptop - AMD Ryzen 5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Full-HD IPS, Rapid Charge £449.99 @ Lenovo UK
Refreshed 27th Dec 2018Refreshed 27th Dec 2018
Boxing Day Sale , cheaper than previous Black friday price. Currently is £549 at Currys and Argos. Nice looking with polished aluminum cover and thin bezel. AMD Ryzen 5 Ryzen 5 25… Read more

Mine didn't track at all but hopefully the claim will go through ok


Lots of retailers on quidco track at there standard % rate until the retailer confirms the purchase then you will find it changes to the correct amount


My Quidco didn't track properly so have submitted a claim - fingers crossed!


Mine has arrived, fairly happy with the blue colour and nice slim bezels, still a little chunkier than I expected. Start up is very quick and I always like Lenovo keyboards. The battery life is (as advertised) pretty terrible - only 3 hours so be aware if you're planning to use this out and about!


https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F332823997196 Seems decent


Would be looking for GTX 1060 6GB at this price


Doesn't look like a very good deal to me. The GPU will probably play most games at 1080p (with a compromise on some settings) but I'm guessing you can't upgrade it and even if you could, the power supply doesn't seem like it is up to the job for better cards.


You'll be very disappointed with the performance of the 1050ti for this price. Avoid, you can get 1060 builds at this price which is a significant upgrade.


May aswell buy xbox one x and a 4k tv haha !


Be a good deal if the graphics card wasn't awful

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR game brand new  (poss. 5% quidco) @ Lenovo UK
Found 24th Dec 2018Found 24th Dec 2018
Gets good reviews at twice this price. You do need to use a phone but comes with accessories including light sabre. Only seen it cheaper as a refurb that has now gone up in price o… Read more

I'm using my oneplus 3 with this option on, and it works perfectly fine.


It can just be used with the games that come with it like holochess and light sabre battle https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/jedichallenges/ It's not designed to be used for anything else. Gets great reviews though at a much higher price


What other games can be used with this headset?


Just enable usb otg and it's fine. I use my OnePlus 6


Sorry - I really don't know. Some people have had issues but that was this time last year https://forums.oneplus.com/threads/jedi-challenges-on-oneplus-5.730008/

Lenovo Legion C530 Cube tower PC, I7, gtx1060, 256ssd, 16Gb ram, £899 at Lenovo
Found 11th Dec 2018Found 11th Dec 2018
Discount at checkout. 16GB (2 x 8GB DDR4) Storage 2TB HDD (7200 rpm) + 256GB SSD Optical Drive No ODD Warranty One year Depot or Carry-i… Read more

You're right. Damn, my indecisiveness caused me to lose out on this. :))))


Has this gone back up to £1,299 and £200 off using code? I can only see it for £1,099 discounted.


Very temping


Nice saving, not bad price for an 8th gen I7 CPU and I like the small form factor. If only this came with a 1070 instead for the same price, considering the newer cards are already out. Maybe wishful thinking though.Voted hot but not for me.


Possably because most of the deals he posts get flushed down the toilet on here ;)

Lenovo AMD 8Gb 1TB desk top ideacentre 310S - Black £299.99 @ Lenovo UK
Found 9th Dec 2018Found 9th Dec 2018
This is best deal out there I have seen and I have looked hard. Cheapest on eBay I found was £330+ Curry’s higher priced too. Also Quidco available and free (no big deal I suppo… Read more

I wouldn't spend £300 on an old A6 powered desktop. The newer AMD Ryzen CPU is far superior, so if you are ready to invest in a new desktop for the next few years, it's worth spending a little more and avoiding old, unimpressive CPU tech.


Maybe I should have gone that route. Time will tell :)


Off the shelf is always easier, I suppose. I'm just too mean to not do everything myself - even if it takes longer and has more risk. At least I learn something along the way!


Thanks, too late and it has arrived. Really pleased with the Lenovo laptop recently bought. Understand what you say but the cases out there look cheap? Unless you go crazy. This is a homework machine for my son and wanted something reliable.


As others have said - Lenovo is no real sign of build quality. The quality comes from the components that you use. You're always better self-building if you want quality and the ability to upgrade. Often companies such as Lenovo and in particular Dell, have either custom parts, fittings or firmware that make upgrading either difficult or annoying. There are only about 7-8 parts that go into a computer and it's as easy as lego to put these together. Case PSU Motherboard CPU (or APU) RAM Storage (SSD and/or HDD) Operating System Youtube can show you everything that you need to know. If you're after something super-cheap and new I'd recommend something like an Athlon 200ge APU - it has over 2x the performance of this CPU and is actually good enough to do some low-end modern gaming @ 720p - so things like Fortnight are possible. You can put together one of those for more than £60 less than this - plus it's easy to upgrade to a better CPU later on so long as you buy a decent 500W PSU up-front.

Lenovo explorer mixed Reality headset and motion controllers - £199.99 @ Lenovo
Found 8th Dec 2018Found 8th Dec 2018
Not as good as the previous £150 deal. But this is the best price I've found since (apart from eBay sellers, who I presume bought from the last deal to sell on for a profit judging… Read more
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Just a small update on VR and Elite, they have recently updated it and and it is a lot smoothers to play, but the biggest updated seems to b that in VR, even on the Rift, you can now read the text, i fixed my Rift recently and gave ED another go and yeap, you can now read almost everything, there is the odd bit of really small text that you might need to lean towards in VR, but everything else is can now be read a lot better, so a big bonus here for all us VR users. :)


LOL ok.


That's y is not worth £199


That was a one off though wasn’t it ? A code which worked for a short time on BF.


I got this for £110 so don't buy at £199

Lenovo TAB 4 8 Plus Full HD IPS Tablet - (Sparkling White) (Qualcomm MSM8953 2 GHz, 3 GB RAM) - £129.99 @ Lenovo (Plus 6% Quidco)
Found 5th Dec 2018Found 5th Dec 2018
Fantastic tablet for the price. The black one is available for £10 more. Top features: - Impressive performance with room to add more storage - Full HD display provides images… Read more

It's a Christmas present for my daughter, so I'm looking for a girlie case. Preferably one with glitter, but no luck so far. (excited)


Thanks! did you order a case? which one?


I ordered mine on Wednesday and it's being delivered today, so you should be okay. (y)


How long did it take to arrive? Have ordered this morning, need it for wednesday I am cutting it fine :D


Does the case fit the Lenovo Tab 8 Plus? It says is for the ideatab 3? Also how long did the case take to come?

Moto G6 32GB (Dual-SIM) Deep Indigo @ Lenovo.com - £139.99
Found 5th Dec 2018Found 5th Dec 2018
Seems like a really good price for the G6.

Sold out and showing as £179 at the moment.




Advice please, Is this the same phone as John Lewis for 179£.


lol ! yes your right , i just realised that. "In short, the Moto G6 has a sharper screen, a higher-end build, a bit more power, an extra camera lens and potentially more storage than the Moto G6 Play, but its battery is smaller and it costs more, while the screen size, software and general look of the phonesis similar or identical. "


At this price, an absolute steal for a budget phone that is powerful enough for all the everyday smartphone tasks barring any heavy gaming. Won't get a better camera on a phone for this price too and the speakers are surprisingly loud & quite good. I'm using the G6 Plus but there's not that much of difference for the now bigger price difference. Barring that the G6 Plus is 64 bit, which this isn't, which lets me run the modded Pixel camera app without worries.

Best Deals for Light 2 in 1 Laptops Compilation from £599 to £1579, Specs range from i5 8GB RAM 256GB SSD to i7 16GB RAM 1TB SSD
Found 25th Nov 2018Found 25th Nov 2018
For items being sold at HP use code SAVE15 For items being sold at Dell use code BLACK15 except for Inspiron 13 7386 with i5 - use code BLACK12 For AO.com orders use c… Read more

Great thread. OP, can you please update this list to reflect post boxing day/new year prices?


The aim was to get thin and light laptops that weren't too heavy to be actually used in tablet mode and carried around one handed, with decent build quality (preference for all metal chassis). SSD was a must, with NVME PCIE preffered (as they are the fastest). I was also looking for a quad core processor (i5 at least or AMD equivalent) and 8GB of RAM as I feel anything lower can get laggy under slightly heavy loads. They also seem to provide the best bang for your buck; especially the i5. I don't know what specs the yoga 310 has but I feel sure that I would be making too many compromises for my taste.


Why only from £600? I was looking for an affordable convertible and bought a Yoga 310 for £199.


Great effort. Thank you and heat added.


I've got a Surface Pro 4 i5 - would some of these in the 600-700 region be a viable upgrade? Obviously the 8gb RAM would be worthwhile and the dedicated graphics on the HP would be useful but would it be a step down in build quality, screen etc over my SP4?

Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges £99.99 @ Lenovo
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
I've been keeping my eye out for a decent price for these and now they've introduced local multiplayer lightsaber battles. Multiplayer bundle (basically 2 separate boxes) can also… Read more
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Back to £99.99


Updated. Thanks for the heads up. :)


The single player edition has dropped to £79.99 now. Must have been people complaining about the American deal lol.


Nice. Ordering the multiplayer pack made them £75 each for me but much better offer for a single unit if you only want one!


There should be a section at the bottom of the description page with a list of compatible phones! If it isn't on there you could always contact them and ask!

L24q-10 - 23.8" Quad HD IPS Monitor £129.99 direct from Lenovo
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Great price direct from Lenovo. Best price previously was £139.99 from Currys.

You can tweak the RGB levels when selecting the relevant menu options combination. Once you set it to the levels you want, and then turn it off at the end of the day, it's got the annoying foible of not storing your customised set-up. I have to say, for the £130 - I'm reasonably chuffed with it. It's consumer as opposed to a prosumer monitor. Factor in another £7 to £10 for a DP cable that they chose to not include in the box (they provide it only with an HDMI cable). Brightness & contrast need adjusting, it's quite punchy out of the box. I think it would be fine as an inexpensive photo editing monitor.


Do you know it will be good for photo editing? Apparently it has 99% (some say 100%) sRGB coverage?


3 years warranty according to a screen shot of the same model displayed on Amazon.co.uk where the guy that posted a review indicating it was available for £98 back on the 13th July '18, although camelx3 and keepa.com haven't got any reference to that pricepoint.I bought one yesterday, it's on its way for delivery on Monday. I'm keeping the screenshot as a customer services persuader/aide in the event anything goes wrong after year one. Then I can sue them or an out of court settlement.According to their websitehttps://pcsupport.lenovo.com/gb/en/products/monitors-and-projectors/lcd-monitors/lenovo-l24q-10-monitor/parts/PD105078WARRANTY AND SERVICE INFORMATIONWARRANTY PERIOD: Three/One yearsWARRANTY SERVICE: Customer Carry-in or Mail-in using Rapid Replacement Service.If warranty service is required, call the Customer Support Center. The Customer Support Center will assist with problem determination and initiate shipment of a replacement unit, if needed, to the customer's location by express delivery. For calls received by 5:00 p.m. customer's time, in most cases, the replacement unit will arrive within two business days (excluding holidays). The replacement unit becomes the property of the customer in exchange for the failed unit, which becomes the property of Lenovo. Pack the failed unit into the shipping carton that contained the replacement unit and return to Lenovo. Transportation charges, both ways, are paid by Lenovo. Failure to use the carton in which the replacement unit was received could result in charges incurred by the customer for damage to the failed unit during shipment.


Yes it is 1440p as the maximum resolution is 2560x1440. (y)


Is this 100% 1440p?

Lenovo tab 4 plus 10 inch - £199.99 @ Lenovo
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Good price for quality tablet Normally £249.99
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I find scrolling up and down a webpage a bit slow, don't know why.


It's not the plus version according the description? :/


It is indeed a quality tablet (I bought mine for this price in November 2017 at John Lewis) - smooth, responsive and has good battery life. However - I would not buy another Lenovo product, their Android update cycle is very slow and their attitude to their customers is appalling. This tablet, keeping in mind it is the top spec in the range, is not getting the Oreo update yet the regular Tab 10 and the Tab 8 Plus are getting it. The update is due this month so that shows you how long it's taken to even get an idea of Oreo being deployed to these devices. Hopefully someone can get the Tab 10 ROM working on the Plus, because for Lenovo to just not bother is quite disgraceful really.


Argos 149.99 - was 169.99 previously. https://www.argos.co.uk/product/7155477 Scrap that, their numbering is whack. This is a decent price for the 10" Tab 4+ (PLUS).

Lenovo Y27 FreeSync - 27" Full HD 144Hz VA DP & HDMI Connections Curved Gaming Display, £149.99 at Lenovo
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Delivery included in price. Maximum Resolution1920x1080 ConnectionsDP,HDMI 1.3Display TypeFHD Wide LCD Aspect Ratio16:9 StandLift Tilt Swivel Refresh Time4Milliseconds Screen Illum… Read more

same as you


Absolutely depressing. I ordered when it was back in stock. Received no updates until today when my order was cancelled and refunded. Any update on yours?


Mines on backorder oddly just had dpd turn up with a foc uk power cable to go with my monitor that hasnt dispatched yet why they feel the need to pay £15 send me a cable before dispatch of the monitor is beyond me


Order cancelled for me... ( Did order on Friday)


its back in stock just ordered one

Lenovo Explorer Windows Mixed Reality VR Headset and Wireless Motion Controllers £149.99 @  Lenovo UK
Refreshed 25th Nov 2018Refreshed 25th Nov 2018
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Now £109.99

Click get deal, type in password BLACKFRIDAY, select the headset and checkout, will then discount to £109.99!

EDIT: Ignore the Update, price is £149.99 - The previous code to bring price to £109.99 has expired. Good price with free delivery directly from the manufacturer. Seems to be a Bl… Read more

OK thanks well I was only using it for short periods as I kept swapping goes with my children so it shouldn't have been too long. It's like i've got eye strain today as staring at my computer screen all day for work isn't helping so might have to leave it a bit before I try it again.


Ah right, well I guess it depends how long you were using it for. If you use it for a while, your eyes will focus on the near screens, due to the restrictive surrounding light and close focus it will cause eye strain and tiredness after a while and when you remove the headset it will take a little time for your eyes to refocus. I actually found that after removing the headset after over an hour, I felt a little dizzy while my eyes readjusted. I think there is a general recommendation to take a 10-15 minute break every 30 minutes, the advantage of the Lenovo is that the screen can be flipped up rather than completely removing it for short breaks.


Thanks, yeah the motion sickness I was expecting to happen but not the blurry vision afterwards basically where my eyes are trying to refocus after using the vr headset. Could that be the ipd being way out for me?


Motion sickness is normal for first time on VR. Speaking as someone who never really had motion sickness before, first go on PSVR with Dying Light and just standing still in game I felt a bit queezy. The natural shaking motion in game when I am still is a little disorienting. I found that a good starting point though as when I had adjusted to that stationery wobble, I then moved about and felt motion sick but that passed quickly and then I got to enjoy the game. I would say try to start with a game where you can start moving slowly and then increase speed so you can gradually adjust. Minecraft should be good for that I would have thought but never played myself, just ease yourself into it. The worst thing you could do is start with something fast paced like a racing game I would say. I read a review online which I think perfectly explains the motion sickness (sorry for no citation but can't remember where I saw this stated), imagine being on a train in the train station and looking out the window at another train, then that train pulls away. You can see it moving and for a few seconds your brain doesn't know which train is moving, that one or your one, but your body hasn't felt the train move. VR is kinda like that, and if you have ever felt it you know what to expect in a slow moving VR game.


Couldn't get mine to work with a GTX 950 so had to stump up for new PC with GTX 1070TI. Cost me a bit this deal :(