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Lenovo V330 Ryzen 5 2500U 8GB 256GB Laptop £399.60 @ Technoworld
Found 20 h, 54 m agoFound 20 h, 54 m ago
Lenovo V330 81B1001EUK Ryzen 5 2500U 8GB RAM 256GB SSD 1080p Full HD 14" display for £399.60 delivered
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what video ? 10 screws ? BLIMEY , i'll need to call an engineer then I guess. On first inspection there are 3 visible screws to remove. If the manual states 10, then there must be screw behind the feet too. No biggie.


You are indeed correct. I stand corrected. (y)


Rooney, It's not an IPS panel, on the HP it's a SVA panel.


3 screws? Great - show us the video please. EDIT: blimey I think I've found the manual. 10 Philips screws to remove bottom panel.


Well if taking 3 screws out to add ram is not simple then I can't help you. ;)

ADATA XPG SX8200 480GB M.2 PCI Express 3.0 NVMe  £108.57 Delivered @ Technoworld
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Currently the best price for this very well reviewed drive. They also have the 960GB version for £237.57 ADATA XPG SX8200 480GB M.2 PCI Express 3.0 ASX8200NP-480GT-C - Rapid PCIe… Read more

Yep, see my other deal.


Now cheaper at CCL. COLD


Looks like the price has risen slightly to £109.65, edited accordingly.


According to a basket of online reviews, I'd say they were roughly even overall - the EVO is a bit faster in some metrics, the SX8200 in others. I very much doubt there's any perceptible difference between the two in normal day-to-day usage.

ws007 Not to worry the 970 evo is the faster drive, so your not losing value in your purchase.

HP Z27N  1440p IPS - LED monitor 27" £245.75 at
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Recommended as a great 27" 2560×1440 IPS monitor. You can get a factory calibrated display which can now be had at a price which compares to many budget 27" IPS panels. Review he… Read more
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Just got this a few days ago. It's a great screen and I love the colour reproduction on this. It has a little glare if you sit too close but for the money I am impressed. It is better than my Dell U2414H 24 which I was pleased with. Also I does have VESA 100 mount.


How can they sell it at this price when HP want £600? I would snap one up if it had a VESA mount. Why do manufacturers seem to ignore this feature?


I’m pretty sure 60 hz but problems actually like 59.94


what Hertz do they run at just curois


Wow, these are a bargain. I'd snap these up if I didn't have a bunch of U2715H already

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Hannspree Hanns.G 27" WQHD monitor HQ272PPB IPS Panel - £187.47 @ Technoworld
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
BIG SCREEN AND 2560X1440 WQHD HIGH RESOLUTION The HQ272PPB with a 2560x1440 WQHD (Quad HD) resolution offers superior picture quality and sharp images. You can enjoy over 77% mor… Read more

How's the panel? I don't care about the picture I only care about a crisp image And colors, think I'll buy one on amazon and return if **** Csn you also confirm oc hz?


it`s a great monitor very good build quality. has a metal stand. the speakers are chit though. got one for £81 in the amazon warehouse deal :D


I have it. Apart from the speakers, which are crap, it's a great monitor. I'm planning on buying a second one.


I really wanna go for this monitor but honestly there is barely any reviews on it.

iiyama ProLite 24", VA Panel, 4ms, 75hz, Speakers, Headphone Socket - £106.34 @ Technoworld
Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Cheapest low ms VA panel monitor around with a 75hz refresh rate. Though, I am a little confused as to why this monitor is listed as being a TN panel with VA technology - I though… Read more
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It’s a VA panel according to the manufacturer 178 degree viewing angles would confirm this also.


Yes it's comparing this monitor which is a VA version against a TN monitor stating it's better I assume


A few websites mention it being TN but the iiyama website states that it is VA, strange.


Then the description is all "VA is better than TN". I think the title writers are confused.


Thank you. I still don't understand how something can be listed as both a TN and VA panel though.

HP OfficeJet Pro 8728 printer = £82.00 after £50 c/b inc 3 year warranty & 4 months FREE Instant Ink @ Technoworld
Found 11th Dec 2017Found 11th Dec 2017
HP office-grade A4 all-in-one printer/scanner/copier/fax with duplex print and scan, including AirPrint, Google Cloud Print/scan etc. Seems to get great reviews everywhere. £110+… Read more
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I appreciate this deal has gone, ... but as its now £124- £50 its arguably cheaper :D but can't find refference to the 4month ink for this printer :( do youb have a link m8 I was sure i had it on a page when i looked yesterday but when im ready to order I xcant find it :(


Does this need an Ethernet cable to connect Or wireless ok


I've now got the printer (it was for my parents): 1. It is big - but no bigger than the stated dimensions! 2. It's very fast 3. It does come with 4 months' Instant Ink 4. You can search online (or PM me) for referral codes - to get another 2 months' free ink (so we got 6 months free in total) 5. I have registered with HP for both the £50 cashback and the 3-year warranty (separate signups - my links above seem to have got converted by HUKD to point to HP in France(!) but you can google for the correct links) 6. The HP Smart app means you can scan to iPhone/iPad (and presumably Android devices too) and it prints well from iOS devices too. 7. Was expecting the photo printing to be poor, but seemed perfectly OK onto plain paper (haven't tried coated paper yet) 6. The ADF will scan both sides of originals automatically (allowing 2->2 sided copies too) 8. It scans to email and to computer well.


Ebuyer now have the more-or-less identical printer (8720 - white not black casing) for £149.98 before cashback, i.e. £17.98 more expensive than this Technoworld deal. Having ordered mine from Technoworld, they use DPD so 1-hour delivery window which is useful. Don't know what couriers ebuyer use.


Yes it will count as page unfortunately ;)

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Viewsonic VX3211-2K-MHD 32" 2560 x 1440 Wide Quad IPS Black computer monitor £225.05 @ Technoworld
Found 14th Nov 2017Found 14th Nov 2017
I got this monitor in September, paid a little more than this for it, so far it's been great to watch things on, the extra resolution on the monitor has been great for me, investi… Read more
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depends if you need a dvi that the aoc has, ot the headphone arm thing on the viewsonic, or waiting for the preorder on the aoc, or the £30 more on viewsonic, or the extra 0.5 inch lol personal preference I guess, I probably would have gone aoc if it was out 2 months ago


Really can’t decide between the two


AOC Q3279VWF 31.5-Inch HDMI DVI Monitor - Black


with no information on the aoc I would say this one because extra 0.5 inch lol


This or the 31.5” aoc?

BenQ GW2765HT 27" IPS WQHD LED Monitor £253.17 delivered
Found 24th Sep 2017Found 24th Sep 2017
Good deal fora 1440 WQHD 27" IPS Monitor. Bought from these chaps before, no issues. However if you want to pay via paypal then ebuyer will price match.
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Oh yeah, definitely. I can't go down to 2560x1080 after 2560x1440 :p


Yeah, and if you're going for a 27" 1440p 144Hz monitor you might as well go for one with an OLED panel.


Make sure its 4k at that size and it will be superb.


Bought this a good couple years ago or so. Still serving me well. I paid around 280 for it at the time and that was for a warehouse one. Quite a nice display, but I be honest, I've been getting an itch to upgrade to a 21:9 34 inch.


Yeah as of 22/09/2017 price change. Purchased one from ebuyer after price match as had money in my paypal account. Amazon are always on the lookout to close competition by their underhand tactics. once they close all the major players they will never lower their prices and charge what ever they want. Amazon is my last resort for my shopping.

Samsung 2TB SSD 850 Pro 2000GB MZ-7KE2T0BW - £159.51 @ Technoworld
Found 15th Sep 2017Found 15th Sep 2017
EXCL. VAT: £132.92INCL. VAT: £159.51 Manufacturer Code:MZ-7KE2T0BW
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Yes, pretty certain. I guess that's not your experience then


It’s a balls up, and not a marketing technique. There is zero goodwill to be had from pulling a stunt like this for any company serious about developing a loyal customer base. What’s more likely is control in place to pull available inventory, should there be a massive uptick in orders for an item, possible due to a mid price such as this. Not as sexy, but yeah.


17 years and never had an issue? Are you sure


Millions of click generated for the site by this "misprice".


Used Technoworld for about 17 years now, infrequently on and off. Mainly purchasing as a business customer. Service has never been a let-down and prices have on occasion been significantly better than the competition. It could be that on the odd occasion I have been buying overseas "grey" stock in the case of HP servers etc but never had an issue with HP Care Packs and warranties so weighing the pros and cons they've been worthwhile purchasing from. Just giving you an insight here though, I'm not sponsored by them and certainly not overly promoting them as there are plenty of other great suppliers out there. Just trying give you a little feedback and confirm that they aren't a bad company to deal with.

Synology DS216Play NAS - 2 Bay, Enclosure ONLY £205.18 @ Technoworld
Found 11th Feb 2017Found 11th Feb 2017
Typically £230 on eBay for the enclosure only. Of course you will need to buy your own HDD's but these can be found on eBay starting around £50 for a 1TB drive. Shipping is free… Read more

Heat from me, Buddy! One of the best, well thought out 2-bay NAS solutions available. I have the DS416play (4 drives), and it gives me an excellent day-to-day NAS capability, with up to 12TB of 'safe' storage available (4 x 4TB HGST NAS drives). I also keep an identical drive in the components cupboard, should one of the 4 drives fail. Swap out, and in a few hours, everything is back to normal. However, I do also use cloud back-up - after all, my house could burn down!

HP Pavilion - Full HD - 256GB SSD - 6GB RAM - A10-8780P - Discrete R7 M360 GFX Card (2GB) - Windows 10 - REFURB (SEE NOTES) £336 @ Technoworld
Found 13th Jan 2017Found 13th Jan 2017
* Windows 10 Home 64 * 6 GB DDR3L SDRAM * SuperMulti DVD Burner * 256 GB M.2 SSD * AMD Quad-Core A10-8780P APU (2 GHz, up to 3.3 GHz, 2 MB cache) ‎ * Weight ‎ 2.29 kg ‎ * Displ… Read more



Looks like this is available again. Would this be a lot better than my current laptop? Lenovo Flex 2-14" - i3 4030U 1.9ghz, 6gb ram and 1tb HDD


I haven't done much with it so far. I tested out a couple of HD videos on YouTube and it looked fairly crisp. I've not had a HD screen before, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I didn't want to stream anything from Putlocker until I have some internet security, just in case I wreck it. I'm going to set up a Steam account soon and play some older PC games. Fingers crossed they're not too taxing for the graphics card or processor. It's a nice looking machine. I like the brushed metal effect and I thought the speaker bar was of a decent quality and loud volume. So far, so good!


I install Ccleaner and then use it to delete a lot of the unnecessary software that's pre installed. In terms of internet security o tend to just use Windows Defender and run Malwarebytes anti malware occasionally though someone may offer better advice in that regard. How are you finding the laptop so far?


​Thanks for posting it, by the way! I'm having a play with it now. How does one go about removing bloatware? Also, is there any antivirus/internet security/repair software you recommend? I was previously using Glary.

4GB RAM HP ChromeBook 11 G4 N2840  16GB SSD 11.6IN £177.44 @ Technoworld
Found 22nd Dec 2016Found 22nd Dec 2016
Product Description HP ChromeBook 11 G4 X0Q74ES#ABU Cel N2840 4GB 16GB SSD 11.6IN BT CAM Chrome OS Product Type Notebook Processor Intel Celeron N2840 / 2.16 GHz ( 2.58 GHz ) / 1 M… Read more



​It's not a demo unit. They are new, the comment next to it is to let you know that they have a demo unit if you are a school etc and want to try one.


​depends if you want used demo one or pay £9 for new one.


Surely you'd buy the same one thats at £168 on the same site?


emmc usually means that it's embedded

HP Elitebook 1030 G1, Core-m5 fanless, 8GB RAM, 256 GB PCIE NVMe SSD, 13.3" 3200x1800 touchscreen, NFC, 802.11ac, BT4.2, Win10 Pro, 1.16kg - £726 @ TechnoWorld
Found 7th Dec 2016Found 7th Dec 2016
This model seems to be on offer at a number of retailers, but for some reason it's currently several hundred less than the normal price. The same version but with a 1080p non-touch… Read more

"CPU - Intel Core m5-6Y54... boosts to 2.7GHz). Cooling - Fanless" Better have the fire brigade on hand if that happens for any sustained period of time!! X)


Yes physical beats logical or physical beats virtual whichever way you want to term it.


I've done benchmarks and adding hyperthreading to a core gives you maybe 30% extra performance, but it depends on workload. So a true quad core is likely to be at least 1.6 times faster than dual with HT. Also, I've found thermal throttling kicks in sooner.


This i7 Envy looks interesting. How does it compare against this deal that I recently got for £465.65: How does the dual core i5 7200u (HP Pavilion) compare to the dual core i7 6500u (HP Envy) and how do the laptops compare in general? Is the HP Envy i7 worth the extra £260+ (50+%)? I'm finding the i5 7200u (HP Pavilion) lagging with 15 odd windows open plus at times I can hear some crackling) - Any feedback would be appreciated.


I agree that it's a little bit slower than an i5 (the tradeoff for being fanless), but I don't think I'd agree in it being not much cop. Benchmarks about 17% slower than the i5-6200u. This is a work machine and I use it pretty heavily, with 20-30 tabs open in Chrome, alongside Outlook, Excel, Word, InfoPath and Skype for Business, and I don't experience any slowdown. I wouldn't try running games on it though :) Can't comment on the battery life on mine yet as I haven't had it long enough.

HP 11 G4 Chromebook £168 @ Technoworld
Found 4th Dec 2016Found 4th Dec 2016
Not a bad price for a 4Gb RAM chromebook. The G5 is just about out but its twice the price. Next cheapest price seems to be over £200.

I doubt it.


Thanks, I'm sure your comments were equally life-changing to "Zameen".


Excellent, so anyway I'll keep posting as I usually do thanks for the input though.


You are going to be a very, very busy man if you are going to be a pedant on every misuse of grammar, abbreviation, and punctuation on the internet. I understood perfectly what he meant and he did it in far fewer words than someone like you would have achieved. I agree it's ugly, but much communication these days is lazy and strives to get the message across in as few words and letters as possible.


Yes, I've bought a couple of laptops from them in the past, there is no issue with them that way, been around a few years. I can't comment on how they are with returns or repairs.

HP 280 G2 MT X9D73ES#ABU Core i7-6700 8GB 1TB DVDRW Win 7/10 Pro £480 @ Technoworld
Found 3rd Dec 2016Found 3rd Dec 2016
HP Desktop computer with awesome processor. I think this seems to be a great deal for a high power processor if that's what you're after. £480 is a good price for a full blown desk… Read more
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According to pcworld business the pc is as follows: HP 280 G2 - Micro tower - 1 x Core i7 6700 / 3.4 GHz - RAM 8 GB - HDD 1 TB - DVD SuperMulti - HD Graphics 530 - GigE - Win 7 Pro 64-bit (includes Win 10 Pro 64-bit Licence)... Cons: It only has 180W Power Supply Unit (PSU) which means if you want to add a graphics card and another hard drive you will have to upgrade it. It's a Micro case!... v small... might give major issues putting in other devices such as a powerful and often large graphics card... see Whilst I'm considering it I think there are several aspects to beware of... the PSU needs enough power to supply all of your devices (and even the GTX 960 I'm considering wants around 90-100W just for itself... putting a larger / more powerfull PSU in a micro case is most likely difficult. You can almost gaurantee for this low price it would have a stock CPU fan = cheap and noisy... anywhere between £20-£30 could buy you a much better fan, which you would have to be careful would fit into a Micro Case, or go water cooling for £50+ which would fit... although a micro case usually only has between 2-4 fans. You can almost gaurantee for this low price the memory would be the slowest possible for an i7-6700 which I believe is PC4-17000 Effective speed 2133Mhz = not a big deal. Pros: Windows 10 64 bit = roughly £160! I7-6700 = roughly £290 Compatible motherboard = £50+ then consider the Hard Drive, the PSU, the DVD Drive = roughly £100 All of the pros alone make it viable to purchase a midi case and 500W+ PSU for circa £100 and it still be a bargain!


Voting hot as I do think this is cheap... but just wanted to say that in my experience these type of HP desktop PCs are quite noisy.


​1050ti is the best card that doesn't require external power as far as I am aware, which would be the simplest option for this PC I reckon. Having said that, it looks like its only a 180w PSU, so it will be pushing it with one of them!


​I found it for £275 when I had a look. You weren't searching for the K were you?


What do you think is the fastest Graphics card you could fit in here ?! I'm looking for a cheap solid VR machine.

HP 250 G5 15.6" Laptop. 256GB SSD, 4GB RAM, Full HD (1080p), i3-5005u.  £290 from TechnoWorld.
Found 26th Nov 2016Found 26th Nov 2016
Similar to the deal from SaveOnLaptops but with a 1080p screen instead of 720p. Not going to play the latest games on full specs but great for getting work done or watching shows. … Read more

Only checked mine today and happy to find it is a 1080p screen. Very happy with the laptop, like the space grey colour. Snappy performance because of the SSD, boot up and shut down is very quick. It's a gift so I've only set it up and packed it away again so can't comment on battery life. Good service from Technoworld, would use them again.


​Hmm so doesn't seem that great a purchase? I'm not sure whether to get this or one of those cheap Chinese tablets with a keyboard dock. Can't be doing with bad screens


Any idea which SSD this laptop has?


It's alright. Fast, boots things up quick and shuts down fast. Only thing I don't like about it is the viewing angles. I haven't used a laptop in maybe two years and the screen hurts my eyes when looking at it for a bit. Also the angles for viewing aren't that great imo. Also to people who got the laptop, how's the battery life? Mine is not that good it seems, I'm not sure atm I mean it seems to be going down pretty fast with not much use.


If you can find any i5 laptops with SSDs for under £300 I'm all ears. Personally I think people are better off with a macbook pro.

HP Elite x2 1012 G1 L5H24EA#ABU Core m7-6Y75 8GB 256GB SSD 12Touch BT CAM Win 10 Pro Silver £724.47 @ Technoworld
Found 27th Oct 2016Found 27th Oct 2016
This same model is £1,200+ from PC World and other retail sites I have checked. Not familiar with specs on these ie. CPU being M7 but considering it`s dropped from £1,200 on this s… Read more



Tell me more about this as may be interested in an overall cheaper model.


no stock


nice machine just going to see if mcs get the dell versions back in stock as still a bit expensive for my needs

HP Chromebook 14 G4 Full HD Chromebook £252 delivered @ technoworld
Found 17th Oct 2016Found 17th Oct 2016
This is a Chromebook with a 14" full HD non-IPS screen. It is the cheapest new Chromebook I can find with a full HD screen. The price was initially £276. This has now dropped to £2… Read more

​i can't find this chromebook anywhere :(


Fantastic deal, thanks OP


A £99 chromebook won't have a full HD screen. On the R13, you get a touch screen, but a Mediatek chipset, which may not be the quickest. says:


Now is the wrong time to buy a Chromebook. The Acer R13 is due out immentley and there are more models from other manufacturers in the pipeline, the forthcoming android media is also a consideration. For a basic cheap Chromebook Amazon has the N22, which is often £99 or £94 with student discount. I would wait currently unless you want a simple basic machine.


​Sorry.. I'll continue. Isn't humorous a bone?

HP Pro X2 612 G1 12.5" 2 in 1 £600 (£300 trade in) technoworld
Found 12th Oct 2016Found 12th Oct 2016
Thought this might be of interest to a few... 12.5" 1080 screen Core i5-4202Y 256Gb SSD 8Gb RAM 4G/LTE… Read more

If it were just £300 I'd rate it as a fair deal. Y series aren't as bad as most people make out. You're not going to be video editing or anything on them but I use one for all my course assignments, web browsing and watching media. The newer passive cooled ones are much better, though. But with the effort of claiming the trade in and the value of whatever you are trading in taken into account, it's not so great. Especially not if that trade in offer is possible to use on a device that is actually worth £600?


Agreed about the HP being cleaner, I've got the Dell Venue 11 Pro at home which is the predecessor of the machine I linked and while it's been good to me the pogo pins on the keyboard dock have died (pushed in too far, not sure how to fix) after a year of use. The desk dock doesn't use those pins though, it uses the central connector like the HP does here for its keyboard dock.


I agree, obviously you are not doing yourself any favours trading in something you can sell for £300, but if you have netbook or tablet that you paid £130 5 years ago its a good deal.


Difficult one. The Dell Spec wise smashes the HP. but the HP is just a cleaner complete unit, decent docking solution and all around just seems more practical and has the larger screen but the Dell is just a better machine.


Flawed analysis as it assumes the old machine is worthless. Many old laptops may be worth £100. I sold an 6 year old 17" laptop for £125 yesterday. In this case the deal is £96 more expensive for a tiny screen.