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Various Manufacturer Refurbished Gaming Laptops For £425 - Laptop Outlet - Ebay (20% off Code in description)
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Various Manufacturer Refurbished Gaming Laptops For £425 - Laptop Outlet - Ebay (20% off Code in description)

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Posted 25th Jun

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Laptop Outlet on Ebay has various different spec laptops priced at £500. All these laptops come fitted with a dedicated Nvidia GTX 1050 2GB GPU which is good for gaming at medium settings on the most popular of titles out there. With the 20% off Code that you can use throughout Ebay, the price will go down to £425.

Laptops come with 3 Months Laptop Outlet Warranty (Return to Base) for piece of mind.

I've compiled a short list of Laptops that when used with the discount code come to £425:

ebay.co.uk/itm…696

ebay.co.uk/itm…985

ebay.co.uk/itm…076

There are also many other refurbished laptops on the website but the prices exceed £425 (with code) though they might still be of interest as they come with better specifications.
You will struggle to find any other ''Budget'' Gaming Laptops at a better price-point, even though they are refurbished, these laptops are still relatively good value for money.
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If a refurbished laptop only comes with a 3 month warranty, then I always have to assume that they're poor quality refurbs and should be treated as second hand.
Keep looking for laptop deals but I keep getting deals with 2GB 1050s which will pretty much be obsolete shortly
Which one would be the better buy? or wait for prime day?
DGTi26/06/2019 09:46

Which one would be the better buy? or wait for prime day?


The Asus with the 8300H processor will be best suited for gaming, and I would then spend an extra £20-£30 on adding a 240GB m.2 SSD. Prime day will probably bring similarly spec'd laptops to close to the £500 starting price but not the price after discount.
DGTi26/06/2019 09:46

Which one would be the better buy? or wait for prime day?



ElGofre26/06/2019 10:24

The Asus with the 8300H processor will be best suited for gaming, and I …The Asus with the 8300H processor will be best suited for gaming, and I would then spend an extra £20-£30 on adding a 240GB m.2 SSD. Prime day will probably bring similarly spec'd laptops to close to the £500 starting price but not the price after discount.


ebay.co.uk/itm…454

This laptop is £475 with the discount code. It come with 1 YEAR Laptop Outlet Warranty (Return to Base) so 9 months longer than the ones I've listed above. Also listed as ''Grade A'' Condition so it's pretty much ''Pristine'' looking. It is more expensive but it comes with a Dedicated Radeon RX 560X 4GB GPU that is marginally less powerful than the Nvidia GTX 1050TI 4GB GPU.
Edited by moderator: "url link edit" 26th Jun
Thanks for that but looks like i missed it.
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