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OMEN by HP 15-ce020na Gaming Laptop - GTX 1060 G-SYNC £999.99 @ HP
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Great price! Got mine.
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vixmony1 h, 7 m ago

Am getting lost again. So having an ssd means you could increase the …Am getting lost again. So having an ssd means you could increase the storage capacity??


Yeah a little but faster wake up time still I don't see a point

Am getting lost again. So having an ssd means you could increase the storage capacity??

H0lySm0kes8 h, 41 m ago

From what I've heard, 25fps with gsync still feels like 25fps...in other …From what I've heard, 25fps with gsync still feels like 25fps...in other words, terrible


You are right 25fps is 25fps, however games do not run at an exact frame rate, it varies as you play. When this happens it causes frame stutter because of the difference between the frame and the refresh rate of the monitor. GSync matches the monitor refresh rate to the games frame rate so all gameplay is smooth without stutter This allows you to play games with up to 120fps and you will get no frame stutter. You do not need performance hindering vsync anymore freeing up more power and you will get no more screen tearing.

What this also means is that you do not have to have super powerful GPU's anymore that have to hit frame rates much higher than what you would like to achieve for a smooth experience. Now you can have lower powered cards like the 1060 running at max efficiency where the frame rate will be vary between 60and 120fps and have a silky smooth gaming experience.

If you have a card which can hit frame rates of over 60 which the 1060 can on most, if not all games then those frames are completely wasted on a 60hz panel.

120hz GSync is a game changer
Edited by: "scottydd" 6th Dec

Anyone that is worried about the MaxQ shouldn't be, the real world difference between this and the full fat version is negligible, only on certain games is there a difference of 3fps. If this is not good enough for you either then you will also be happy to know that you can overclock this GPU and increase its clock by 100-200 easily. Putting it back to full fat.
Edited by: "scottydd" 6th Dec

pedroruigomes19864 h, 32 m ago

​Surely the 1060 is a better card? I don't mind not having an ssd. I can a …​Surely the 1060 is a better card? I don't mind not having an ssd. I can add one later?


Yes, the 1060 will give you far more of a performance boost in games than an i7. I'm not really sure why he suggested otherwise because the performance difference would be quite marked
(STUDENT) OMEN by HP 15-ce017na Gaming Laptop - GTX 1050ti + FREE HP Mixed Reality Headset (worth £299) - £559.99 @ HP
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Found this deal via the UNiDAYS discount for HP - so I assume only students will have access to this deal, however I believe it is a rather amazing deal. If you sold on the Headset… Read more

sim1115 m ago

Which is a crock of s**t cause people was still receiving them yesterday. …Which is a crock of s**t cause people was still receiving them yesterday. Which means they was not dispatched until the day before. Disgusting what they have done really. I have a real HP block now as well, so will never buy one of their products because of this. Which means they will lose out on a awful lot of money in the long run, with all the other products over the years i would of purchased. Strolled around Currys the other day and had to stop the other half from spitting on all the HP products


I absolutely agree. Same.

semonio8th Dec

Just called and they confirmed they cancelled mine, the answer was “the o …Just called and they confirmed they cancelled mine, the answer was “the ones that we could stop we stopped, there’s nothing we can do about people that actually got theirs, unfortunately yours was one that got stopped” I’m so fucking pissed off it’s actually unreal. I placed my order at 11:18. Oh well, the ones who got the laptop and vr got really lucky, i guess I’m not lucky.


Which is a crock of s**t cause people was still receiving them yesterday. Which means they was not dispatched until the day before. Disgusting what they have done really. I have a real HP block now as well, so will never buy one of their products because of this. Which means they will lose out on a awful lot of money in the long run, with all the other products over the years i would of purchased. Strolled around Currys the other day and had to stop the other half from spitting on all the HP products

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mtc18 m ago

The problem was people started calling HP to confirm within a few hours of …The problem was people started calling HP to confirm within a few hours of the deal being posted. Every village has one


I think it's more the fact they sold out within an hour or two, which would signal something wrong on their part. Nothing to do with the people who were concerned their money had be taken from and their orders also cancelled.

The problem was people started calling HP to confirm within a few hours of the deal being posted.
Every village has one

Just called and they confirmed they cancelled mine, the answer was “the ones that we could stop we stopped, there’s nothing we can do about people that actually got theirs, unfortunately yours was one that got stopped” I’m so fucking pissed off it’s actually unreal. I placed my order at 11:18. Oh well, the ones who got the laptop and vr got really lucky, i guess I’m not lucky.
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HP vr headset 299.99 (292 with voucher code) HP Store
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Found 1st DecFound 1st Dec
Bargain at 299 only been out a week or two and steamvr is on its way in the next few weeks

Dronelover1 h, 15 m ago

there is minecraft available now? Does it support SteamVR games?


It's the Windows 10 version that has VR built in, the one in the Windows store not the java version.

Putterill2nd Dec

I'd agree with that, despite the problems I've had when it's working well …I'd agree with that, despite the problems I've had when it's working well (which is most of the time) it's an impressive bit of kit for a first attempt. In a few months time after some updates and with more content it may well start to take off in a more mainstream way, however I think the price needs to drop to £199 for a bundle with some games before that will really happen. Minecraft may well end up being the killer app for mixed reality, my son is getting a little old for Minecraft but he was blown away by it in VR, I can imagine a lot of kids asking for a headset next Christmas just to play it.


there is minecraft available now? Does it support SteamVR games?

dan_lesser16 h, 43 m ago

Too early to tell if this is a fail.


I'd agree with that, despite the problems I've had when it's working well (which is most of the time) it's an impressive bit of kit for a first attempt. In a few months time after some updates and with more content it may well start to take off in a more mainstream way, however I think the price needs to drop to £199 for a bundle with some games before that will really happen. Minecraft may well end up being the killer app for mixed reality, my son is getting a little old for Minecraft but he was blown away by it in VR, I can imagine a lot of kids asking for a headset next Christmas just to play it.

I have one of these that im going to sell....

mtc18 h, 14 m ago

Wait a little longer and they'll be free inside corn flakes. Big Big fail …Wait a little longer and they'll be free inside corn flakes. Big Big fail from microsoft.


Too early to tell if this is a fail. At worst Roy will drive down the cost of VR through competition which is good for everyone (except oculus and HTC).
Steam support has only been available for a week so it will no doubt have teething problems to start with.
I’m looking for the next gen myself due to low resolutions..... alternatively I’m hoping that the forthcoming PiMax “8k” will be as good as it could be (mad cheap).
Hp Elite x2 G2. 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Intel® Core™ i7-7600U - £1508.58 at HP
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15% off with Voucher SAVE15. Top of the range surface Pro clone. Great price if you are looking for something with this spec (As I am). I thought it was worth a post. Other ite… Read more
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Paul_Radbone-1133571514056 m ago

I don't get the down votes, when there is 15% off of the normal price? I …I don't get the down votes, when there is 15% off of the normal price? I can't find it cheaper anywhere else?


People judge comparing things that are not comparable, heat from me but it won’t change much I’m afraid

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I don't get the down votes, when there is 15% off of the normal price? I can't find it cheaper anywhere else?

skotluis8 m ago

Refurb dell like new with identical specs but a smaller ssd for almost …Refurb dell like new with identical specs but a smaller ssd for almost £1000 less.


To be fair that doesn't include a keyboard and only has a 1080p screen.
Edited by: "MBeeching" 27th Nov

mcscom.co.uk/pro…92/

Refurb dell like new with identical specs but a smaller ssd for almost £1000 less.

Don't think I could stomach spending that much without an 8th Gen processor (i5 8250u / i7 8550u / i7 8650u).
Edited by: "MBeeching" 27th Nov
HP Sprocket printer- used for printing pictures straight from your phone £101.99
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Great little bit of kit, and the Cheapest you will find it anywhere! Not a lot I know but 1% quidco also. Code Save15 With the HP Sprocket Photo Printer, print photos from you… Read more

Felicitous13 h, 7 m ago

I got the HP wireless from currys thats been posted here, comes with photo …I got the HP wireless from currys thats been posted here, comes with photo paper and prints from phone but it also only cost £34


I have the same, didn't even need a PC to setup, I was very impressed with it

For the money, the prints are just too small on these.

I got the HP wireless from currys thats been posted here, comes with photo paper and prints from phone but it also only cost £34

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Slightly cheaper on eBay but as far I could see they don't include 10 sheets of paper which is worth £10

Cheapest? £99.99 new on eBay. Delivered.
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HP Envy 13-ad013na Touchscreen Laptop (Natural Silver) £806.65 @ HP
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Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Use code SAVE15 to get the price above. Been keeping my eye on this and hopefully it'll be of use to someone. Good specs and size for the money. HP ENVY 13-ad013na 13.3-Inch FHD … Read more
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Looking for one to play games on any recommendations. J
Doesn't need to be first class. Just enough to run emulator etc

I went for store.hp.com/UKS…NTB which is a slightly larger form factor than this Envy (14 vs 13 inch screen), but with the latest gen i5 processor and the slightly older 940MX graphics (this has the older processor, but newer graphics). Apart from the 256 vs 320 GB hard drive, and a smaller battery, I think it is good value at £680 vs £806

I bought this laptop when it first came out. It was nice-ish, but I found build quality lacking. Screen didn't look fantastic to me, and the mouse was awful, the touchpad had so much travel in its casing that when you applied pressure to click, the movement of the touchpad would make a clicking noise (unintentionally) on its own, before you actually did a click (which would also make clicking noise).

I think this is a good deal for the spec and this model is very highly reviewed. I'm seriously considering it as keyboard & build quality are meant to be excellent. I just feel like maybe with the new Zen and Intel CPU variants imminent they may disrupt the market.
HP Pavilion Pro 14-bf101na £679 @ HP
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Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
hull hd screen, 8th gen i5, 256gb ssd and just 1.5kg! any downside to this? use code BLACK23 for £170 off

ConfusedCheese13 h, 33 m ago

Code doesn't seem to be working now, says its expired despite it being …Code doesn't seem to be working now, says its expired despite it being advertised still on there?


Just call HP sales and they will do the purchase over the phone at £679.

I had to do this myself this morning. The guy I spoke with said he's had a few people call reporting the code is not working online, but it's definitely still valid.

Code doesn't seem to be working now, says its expired despite it being advertised still on there?

found this separately on my search for my sister for Uni and ordered.
too many other compromises lower down the price scale and wanted to find her something which last and do everything she might need!
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I must say I am very tempted!

Looks good to me, a litle pricey but can’t argue with the specs. Not bad at all. Heat.
HP 14" 2 in 1 laptop new gen i5 (i5-8250u), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD £636.65 @ HP
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2 in 1 laptop with 8th gen i5 processor for £636.65 with e-voucher SAVE15. Seems a good price for the specs Windows 10 Home 64 Intel® Core™ i5-8250U (1.6 GHz base frequency, up… Read more

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brendanb58124th Nov

Also trying to find out if it has a spare slot for a second SSD?


Again no idea, there's not much info on the HP website and can't find any reviews either.

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MrDB23rd Nov

How will this cope with 4k video editing?


Not sure. It's not got a 4k screen just HD so don't think it'll be the best for 4k video editing

Also trying to find out if it has a spare slot for a second SSD?

This plastic or metal?

Mm I am tempted, looking for something portable like this. My only concern with these convertibles is the durability of the hinges etc. Am I worrying too much? I've never owned one but they just seem more likely to break!
HP LAPTOP - New gen I5 - 126gb and 1TB HDD - £589 (with code) @ HP
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Cant find a comparable price for these specs. Down from 699 to 589 with a clealy displayed code. - New gen I5 - SSD and 1TB HDD "Create and share everything you love on a laptop… Read more
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shez7861 h, 13 m ago

didn't you see the dell deal at 8 am for 400 , it was exactly what you …didn't you see the dell deal at 8 am for 400 , it was exactly what you were looking for i think


No, do you have a link ? - was in bed at 8am 9am up about 10
Edited by: "Beanz" 24th Nov

is this Laptop not available anymore? can't seem to find it....

Beanz1 h, 13 m ago

Unfortunately not....Was originally looking at entry level £300 laptops, …Unfortunately not....Was originally looking at entry level £300 laptops, but managed to work it to get at least an i3 (i5 with the ebuyer HP 250 G6) but pushing that to £449 is literally top of budget.The thing is i daresay if i looked at those processors at that price someone else would be saying 'hey why not go for an i7'


didn't you see the dell deal at 8 am for 400 , it was exactly what you were looking for i think

shez78610 h, 48 m ago

if you can afford it try and get a 8th gen processor over the 7th gen that …if you can afford it try and get a 8th gen processor over the 7th gen that everyone has on sale, performance is so much better


Unfortunately not....Was originally looking at entry level £300 laptops, but managed to work it to get at least an i3 (i5 with the ebuyer HP 250 G6) but pushing that to £449 is literally top of budget.
The thing is i daresay if i looked at those processors at that price someone else would be saying 'hey why not go for an i7'

shez7869 h, 6 m ago

wow i am 99% sure this was for sale before at £650 but included 3 year …wow i am 99% sure this was for sale before at £650 but included 3 year pickup and return warranty and a printer/scanner for £650 , the warranty and printer came to a minimum of £100 more elsewhere so it came to about £550, they are so sneaky lol


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HP EliteOne 800 G3 i7 23.8" 512GB SSD Touchscreen business-class All In One 3 year next day onsite warranty £862.80 from HP (approx £1000 lower than elsewhere)
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Further price drop and now a stunningly good deal, particularly with an included 3 year next business day onsite warranty (add just £51.60 to make that 5 full years). Several hu… Read more

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Was anyone fortunate enough to pick one of these up at £862.80? It seems to be about half of the normal price, thanks to a pricing error by HP.

I am looking out for similar ones. Could someone post any other good deals out there Plz, for all in one pc.

Newbold10 m ago

There's something odd going on with the pricing on this. Anyone who …There's something odd going on with the pricing on this. Anyone who managed to pick one up for £862.80 probably got more of a bargain than they thought they had, because the original Black Friday price was £1114.80, even after the discount, and it looks to have gone back up to that price again.Their pricing seems unusually fluid, though, and it may well go back down again.


Yes, front page still had is at £862, but gone off there now. I rang them up, and they have sold out (according to the guy on phone). So I think that sent the price back up. Bargain if you got it.

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David_k1 h, 10 m ago

Price coming up at £ 1,113.60 after code applied. Am I doing something …Price coming up at £ 1,113.60 after code applied. Am I doing something wrong, or has price increased?£ 1,389.60 original


There's something odd going on with the pricing on this.

Anyone who managed to pick one up for £862.80 probably got more of a bargain than they thought they had, because the original Black Friday price was £1114.80, even after the discount, and it looks to have gone back up to that price again.

Their pricing seems unusually fluid, though, and it may well go back down again.

Price coming up at £ 1,113.60 after code applied. Am I doing something wrong, or has price increased?
£ 1,389.60 original
OMEN by HP 15 - i5 7300 - gtx 1060 6gb - 120hz g sync display £969 with code @ HP
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Spotted this..... Though it was pretty decent for the price. Use code AFBLACK1 for £30 off. Not checked quidco or tcb yet.
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So tempting, argh

I have ASUS ROG Strix new, used only 2 weeks (23months warranty remaining), same processor and graphics (but with 3GB VRAM), G-Sync, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD (x1 256M.2 & x1 256 2.5") for sale for only 950
Anyone interested?

Good first post. Heat.

2.5% quidco nice find newbie have some heat

949 on the benefits store if your company is a member
HP Pavilion Desktop 570-p050na at HP Store for £449
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Another HP Black Friday deal but I thought it was worth a post as this is a desktop rather than laptop.(excludes monitor) Windows 10 Home 64 Intel® Core™ i5-7400 processor Intel® … Read more

EndlessWaves11 m ago

Not really, hard drives easily tolerate normal movement. You have to …Not really, hard drives easily tolerate normal movement. You have to really slam them about to damage them, and most laptops won't survive that sort of punishment any longer than the drive will.Although I agree anything with a mid-range processor like this should have an SSD as standard. I'd rather have a 7100 and an SSD than a 7400 and a hard drive.



Hard drives don’t like being moved. They will last longer if not banged about, granted but definitely won’t take as many knocks before failure as a well constructed device. For example my iPad is still going strong 6 years later but if it had a mechanical drive it would have most likely started to fail with the ‘normal movement by now. A drive shouldn’t have to “tolerate” they should all be made for purpose but as with the DVD/BLU-Ray debate in my opinion inferior tech should just be phased out lol.
Edited by: "2minutenoodles" 20th Nov

I don't want to P*ss on anyone's hopes! But I had three of these all got returned for different faults! I then upgraded to a HP Pav 570-p076na DT PC UK The first one had a very noisy HDD the second one has just gone back with graphics card failure.

Yet the last HP PC I bought has lasted almost 6 years without a fault and still gong strong!

2minutenoodles28 m ago

I agree. It is kind of ridiculous. Especially in laptops considering …I agree. It is kind of ridiculous. Especially in laptops considering mechanical drives don’t like being moved


Not really, hard drives easily tolerate normal movement. You have to really slam them about to damage them, and most laptops won't survive that sort of punishment any longer than the drive will.


Although I agree anything with a mid-range processor like this should have an SSD as standard. I'd rather have a 7100 and an SSD than a 7400 and a hard drive.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 20th Nov

joeybutterface30 m ago

Any system sold today should have an SSD as standard at this point. Even …Any system sold today should have an SSD as standard at this point. Even if it's just a low capacity boot drive the difference it makes to overall system performance is too huge to ignore.


I agree. It is kind of ridiculous. Especially in laptops considering mechanical drives don’t like being moved

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I saw that too. I’m going with what it says in the technical pdf. I think it has 1Tb hard drive
HP 15-bs101na i7-8550u / 8GB RAM / 2TB HDD £599 + free sleeve and mouse @ hp.com
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Use code BLACK3 for £599 Power through your day with a stylish laptop created to keep you connected, and on top of everyday tasks. With reliable performance and long lasting bat… Read more

Tomb53 m ago

Call me a biff but I think the Dell 5000 deal post a week or so ago is …Call me a biff but I think the Dell 5000 deal post a week or so ago is better than either of the HP ones.For £699 (so around an extra £100) you get:- I7-8550U- 256gb SSD- 2TB HDD- 16gb RAM- a discreet graphics card (AMD Radeon 530 Graphics 4GB GDDR5)+ 8% Quidco (touch wood)+ 5% of the spend back in Dell RewardsAm I missing something.... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-inspiron-5000-i7-8550u-16gb-ram-256gb-ssd-2tb-hdd-156-full-hd-screen-79901-69901-after-cashback-2826005(obvious point is not such a great battery)..


Without an SSD, the PassMark rated i7-8550u coming in at 8021 is like having an F1 engine in a Morris Minor Estate.

Call me a biff but I think the Dell 5000 deal post a week or so ago is better than either of the HP ones.

For £699 (so around an extra £100) you get:

- I7-8550U
- 256gb SSD
- 2TB HDD
- 16gb RAM
- a discreet graphics card (AMD Radeon 530 Graphics 4GB GDDR5)

+ 8% Quidco (touch wood)
+ 5% of the spend back in Dell Rewards

Am I missing something.... hotukdeals.com/dea…005

(obvious point is not such a great battery).

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Edited by: "Tomb" 20th Nov

Harryw103214 m ago

Hey, based on this link - …Hey, based on this link - https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-UHD-Graphics-620-GPU-Review-Benchmarks-and-Specs.239936.0.html - sims 4 should be fine on this laptop on medium (1366x768) settings


Ooh great thank you!

emmk37 m ago

Could someone please tell me if this would play sim 4 ok?


Hey, based on this link - notebookcheck.net/Int…tml - sims 4 should be fine on this laptop on medium (1366x768) settings

Could someone please tell me if this would play sim 4 ok?
HP Pavilion 15-cc109na i5 8250u IPS screen FHD 128gb SSD+1TB HDD 8Gb Ram Win 10,use code BLACK
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Did anyone see the news article on the BBC yesterday? I'm almost certain this laptop is in the list under HP Pavilion 15 Laptop (models 15-cc1XX and 15t-cc100)

for anybody who bought the first deal @ £649 with printer and 3 year care pack i phoned HP store today and told them about this deal they ummed and ahhed about discount codes but got an email 10 minuets later saying claim approved i might have been lucky but worth giving them a call
Im impressed with the laptop really fast and has a nice premium feel
Edited by: "crumble33" 22nd Nov

Tomb10 m ago

Call me a biff but I think the Dell 5000 deal post a week or so ago is …Call me a biff but I think the Dell 5000 deal post a week or so ago is better than either of the HP ones.For £699 (so around an extra £100) you get:- I7-8550U- 256gb SSD- 2TB HDD- 16gb RAM- a discreet graphics card (AMD Radeon 530 Graphics 4GB GDDR5)+ 8% Quidco (touch wood)+ 5% of the spend back in Dell RewardsAm I missing something.... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-inspiron-5000-i7-8550u-16gb-ram-256gb-ssd-2tb-hdd-156-full-hd-screen-79901-69901-after-cashback-2826005.


Dell is defo better deal. They only negs I can see here it's not a backlit keyboard and not an IPS screen.

Call me a biff but I think the Dell 5000 deal post a week or so ago is better than either of the HP ones.

For £699 (so around an extra £100) you get:

- I7-8550U
- 256gb SSD
- 2TB HDD
- 16gb RAM
- a discreet graphics card (AMD Radeon 530 Graphics 4GB GDDR5)

+ 8% Quidco (touch wood)
+ 5% of the spend back in Dell Rewards

Am I missing something.... hotukdeals.com/dea…005

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Edited by: "Tomb" 20th Nov

I'm glad I didn't pull the trigger on this last week! After buying the £14.99 wireless HP printer from Argos, this is a great deal. Bought!
Omen by HP 25 - 24.5 inch Gaming Monitor (AMD FreeSync , 144Hz Rr), £220 from HP
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Or If you have uni days it’s £198

CQ118AF03 add this code for extra 8% off. Makes it £202.39
HP 14" i5 processor, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD £549 @ HP
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I believe it is a good deal in this price.Great Specs at this price. Any idea ?

Most important question - will this run fm18 at a decent speed?

£539 through Unidays

Good spec/price. 2.5% Quidco

The i7 posted a while ago from ebuyer is now only £529.99 (plus an extra 1.5% off if going through quidco / TCB). Worth considering... ebuyer.com/805…868

To the OP. It's a good idea to post more information so people can judge whether this is a 'good deal' There are a lot of factors to consider. Screen resolution. Weight. Battery life. Webcam. Integrated or independent graphics. Number of ports and type. Etc. In particular it is Full HD, (1920 x 1080) which is good.
IMO the more you can post, the better. People are lazy, they can't be bothered to look elsewhere
Omen HP Monitor 24.5” LED gaming Display at HP Store for £202.40
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Looking for a monitor and came across this one. I know this has been on before for £220 but found it cheaper. Is this any good for a beginner?
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I have an Nvidia 1070 Graphics Card, Do I need a Gsync Monitor or is this ok? I want smooth gaming ect

iEimis15th Nov

It’s not true 4K gaming with the S version just upscaling which works well …It’s not true 4K gaming with the S version just upscaling which works well I think, however I don’t want to spend much more and 144hz is pretty tempting.


No Xbox is capable of running at 144hz, for that you need a PC.

Why do monitors cost so much?

iEimis28 m ago

Would this be good enough for Xbox One S gaming?


Would be good, don't get me wrong, but this is 144hz, and 99% of the games on the XBOX One X will be running at 60fps (so 60hz) so it's a bit overkill and you can get a cheaper 1080p monitor which will run the same as this, you'd probably be better off getting a 4k monitor to make use of the 4k output on the XBOX One X, 144hz is mainly for PC gaming and even then you will only get a handful of games running on that refresh rate (non graphics intensive games like CS GO and Overwatch etc).. unless you have like a GTX 1080ti and decide to put some of the graphics options down.

icecreamwoman16 m ago

Maybe you'd be better off with 4K monitor, this is 1080p, although I don't …Maybe you'd be better off with 4K monitor, this is 1080p, although I don't know an awful lot about the One


It’s not true 4K gaming with the S version just upscaling which works well I think, however I don’t want to spend much more and 144hz is pretty tempting.
OMEN by HP 15-ce020na Gaming Laptop - i5  7300HQ, GTX 1060 6gb with 1080p 120hz G-SYNC screen - £949 using code @ HP
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This was reduced today. Use code CQ118AF05 to bring it down further to £949. This is the full 6gb gtx 1060 and the 120hz gsync screen makes this a great deal.
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LukeNI8th Nov

The same laptop is £879.99 at Argos. …The same laptop is £879.99 at Argos. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7253180It was cheaper a few weeks back also at £799.99


This Argos laptop does not have identical specs. This has gtx 1050, the other one is 1060 + 6gb gddr5

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I never seem to need the brightness at 100% on mine. Definitely bright enough for me. Of course, most panels could do with a few more nits. I'm happy.

FroggyFresh1 h, 17 m ago

Where is your information from? This is the 120hz g-sync panel, not the …Where is your information from? This is the 120hz g-sync panel, not the base model. I'm looking at it now and it is far nicer than I even thought it would be.


I own it
Still a terrible screen infront of high end gaming
Its brightness is terrible

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therehman2 h, 56 m ago

Excellent value if u can stand terrible screen

Where is your information from? This is the 120hz g-sync panel, not the base model. I'm looking at it now and it is far nicer than I even thought it would be.

Excellent value if u can stand terrible screen