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Aspire Acer 3 14 Inch Pentium 4GB Ram 128SSD Laptop Bundle £299.99 @ Argos
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
I'm not computer savvy so I'm not sure if this is is good deal or not. I'm told Intel Pentium is better then celeron but not as good as I3 but because it has 128ssd drive it helps … Read more

That looked like a beauty.


All the lenovo i3 I found are expired, it was mainly duplicates of the same deal at currys. There's ones at amazon for £340 which is a 15.6. Would the acer spin 5 which has been posted on here for £330 be better?


Plenty of Lenovo i3 deals been posted regularly at the £320 mark with far better specs than the above. As for the 'SSD' argument. It's always churned out in these threads, 'stick an SSD in it....' But when you click on the SSD deals, you get the same people bickering about how slow the SSDs are!! 'Experts'! (poo)


Poor CPU and poor resolution

Acer Aspire VN7 - i7- 7700HQ, 15.6" FullHD IPS, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, 1TB, GTX 1050Ti 4GB DDR5 £949.97 @ Box
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
£400 off. Free delivery ! A good 1080P gaming laptop. Also good for photo editing and content creators. Order online and collect from Box Birmingham.

Gotta agree with others. The 1050ti is a lot worse than the 1060. Maybe 100 quid less and would be heat from me.


Needs more 1060


That's expensive. Just yesterday someone posted Asus laptop with 1060 for less than £900


I'll be honest at the price I'm expecting at least at 1060. I know if that was the case there may not be a i7 7700Hq.



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15.6" Acer Aspire 3 A315-31 N4200 Intel Quad Core 4GB 128GB SSD Win10 Home/64BitWith FREE Black Casetec 15122 15.6" Laptop Backpack worth £19.99 £274.80 @ Scan
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
15.6" Acer Aspire 3 A315-31 N4200 Intel Quad Core 4GB 128GB SSD LAN/WIFI/BT/HDMI Win10 Home/64Bit FREE Black Casetec 15122 15.6" Laptop Backpack worth £19.99

Display resolution: 1366 x 768 pixels. Not knocking it, just thought people would want to know.


Acer Aspire 3 15.6 Inch I5 8GB 1TB Laptop @ Argos
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Acer Aspire 3 15.6 Inch I5 8GB 1TB Laptop CPU, Memory and Operating System: Intel Core i5 7200U dual core processor. 2.5GHz processor speed. 8GB RAM DDR4. 1TB HDD storage. … Read more

I will be buying my son a laptop this year he web surfs and plays games from Steam I'm not sure how graphic intensive the games are but I don't think he plays the latest graphic rich games,could anyone point me in the direction of a good brand to buy,I would be hoping to spend £400 but less if possible, and maybe a little more if I have to


£40 more for a laptop that does; 250 G5_2233244.html


£40 more for a FHD screen laptop with otherwise same spec 250 G5_2233244.html


Trash?? I will take it then if its going in the trash. Whats your qualifications on computers. Mr positive. Can you find better for the price.


Suggestions on better spec for the money much appreciated before I commit myself

Acer Aspire 7 , Intel Core i5, SSD, GeForce GTX 1050 2GB, 8GB RAM, £599.97 at Box
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Entry level gaming laptop, I hope it helps someone. Intel Core i5-7300HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB RAM 128GB SSD + 1000GB … Read more

sorry you just lost your house and had to return the laptop - enjoy the beans though


if i could get a 1080 laptop for 709 id happily eat beans for a month


This is a really good price. I was looking at the upcoming Nitro Ryzen models from Acer but this looks better value, what does everyone else think?


I have this laptop, it’s really good.


Seems like good value. I'm saving up for a 15" Surface Book 2. Vastly more expensive I know!

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Acer Aspire 3 15.6" AMD A4 4GB 1TB laptop - £249 @ Tesco Direct
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Seems to be a good price for this spec laptop. I can’t see it cheaper anywhere else.
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Good Laptop for money thank you


Why the coldness please share comments on why cold


Its a good laptop for the price, good for everyday use.


I have the same model. I was told its soldered on.


Is the CPU soldered or replaceable ?

Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G £499.97 @ Box
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Intel Core i3-6100U Dual Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 128GB SSD + 1000GB HDD DVD Rewriter Dedicated GeForce GTX 950M 4GB Graphi… Read more

I concede, I can't find exactly those specs after a 30 second search, but it still seems expensive.


Show me a better laptop for this price with a GPU, SSD, I series CPU and Full HD screen.


Seems a lot for an old i3...

Acer Aspire E-14 (E5-475) Laptop: 299.98 @ eBuyer
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
I'm always wary about posting laptop deals but this seemed a good deal- price includes delivery and if you go to eBuyer via Nectar you'll get nectar points (sometimes). Brief Spec… Read more

These are actually nice laptops bought before Christmas for £249. You can add M2 drives to them really easily too.

(A+ graded) ACER Aspire E15 15.6" Gaming Laptop with 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-7200U 8GB RAM 1TB HDD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M 15.6" FHD Windows 10 £479.99 @ SVP
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
ACER Aspire E15 15.6" Gaming Laptop with 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-7200U 8GB RAM 1TB HDD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M 15.6" FHD Windows 10 FEATURES Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i5-72… Read more
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U class processor, longer battery life but I'd go for HQ for games plus the 950 is getting on a bit now its rather battery thirsty. You won't get an 8th generation with half decent graphics for this price.


Please can everyone stop commenting about this deal, there's a far more important discussion about disk speed going on.


I have this laptop and its so heavy don't recommend for school or carrying anywhere gave me crazy back pain when in my bag


I get what you are saying - especially about the prefetch. It was more about how slow it appears to be, after moving to Win 10 after using Win 7 on the same system and the apparent lack of performance thereafter. I just don't understand why it takes a good 5 seconds to open a calculator app, when previously, it was almost instantaneous? Seems to be an issue with Windows 10 in general. It's very apparent that under (my experience of) Windows 10 the initial load is far longer than it used to be. example here: Way back in the day (1995/96) we had a computer at work that ran an AMD 486 @ 90Mhz, that little computer was so fast and snappy it was unbelievable (it mainly ran MS Office applications). One day we decided to check diskdefrag and it was 97%


Initially when an application is launched it will parse the associated prefetch file (.pf) from the windows\prefetch folder. If you look in there you will see a file named for each application that has been executed. The purpose of this file is to "prefetch" the minimal required amounts of code to allow notepad (as our example) to run. The prefetch file then tells Windows how to load notepad with the least amount of disk reads (superfetch will further co-locate data on same parts of the disk to expedite application load). This is performing cold reads into memory (the slowest part of your computers operation), which is why its slow - but that "slowness" is dictated by your disk speed primarily (you mention photos, this is disk speed + GPU capability). Should you immediately close notepad after it had opened, and then reopen - it would be quick, because the required code is now in memory and doesn't need to be paged back in (the structures would only be immediately paged out in a low memory scenario). So, straight back to disk speed - it is likely you have a slow disk, although these are a few things that you could check: - Check the disk type and speed first, if you have a slow disk this will be the bottleneck that will never go away. In fact, over time, performance will get worse as the in-built optimisation routines fail to run etc. - Defragment - Overlooked, auto scheduled by the system but is actually rarely executed. This also optimises the boot routines. - Delete the prefetch folder and allow it to recreate. This will not improve performance, actually it will slow it down first of all - but it ensures the .pf's are cleanly recreated in the instance of corruption - Check superfetch is running properly (SSD's auto-disable this, but doesnt sound like you have one) The no nonsense, cut straight to the root cause way would be to run performance monitor, or the windows performance toolkit during normal operation to work out where delays are occuring. In reality my money would be on it being a simply issue of laptop performance not meeting your requirements. I haven't mentioned memory, if you have a low amount of RAM the machine will spend lots of time performing hard page faults as it copies data to and from the disk to memory. If you have a sufficient amount of RAM this will not happen. You can check this very easily by confirming the amount of hard faults the system is performing.

Acer Aspire 5 A515-51-50Y5 15.6-Inch Notebook - (Obsidian Black) (Intel Core i5-8250U, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics 620, Windows 10 Home) @ Amazon £589.97
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
Acer Aspire 5 A515-51-50Y5 15.6-Inch Notebook - (Obsidian Black) (Intel Core i5-8250U, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics 620, Windows 10 Home) This sleek Acer Aspire 5 is… Read more

Not done it but there's clips on YouTube. There's no hatches so the whole bottom needs to come off. Don't think it's a big issue though. The max mem on the 520s is stated as 8gb but crucial list a 16gb sim for it that supposed to work. Again, not tried it.


It's an almost certainty that whatever deal you post, someone has a better deal, imaginary or otherwise. Sometimes they're true megadeals but mostly they're either drempt up, a one off price error or just plain grade A bull plop.


How easy is it to open the case / replace memory or HD in the Lenovo? Thanks


Don't mind him. Can't get such a gaming laptop for less than 1K.


Is there an "in" joke on these threads. Someone seems to always come back with "cold you can get a gaming laptop for x*. If you're if the market for a general laptop and don't game why would you buy a bigger, bulkier, usually uglier, noisy gaming laptop who's battery typically drains quicker. Don't get it.

Acer Aspire A315-31 3 15.6'' Celeron 4GB RAM 1TB HDD Laptop - Black - £259 @ Tesco
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Available at Tesco direct and some stores. Reduced by £40.
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Hi Janet. See if there is any currys' stock near you first. I gave up after expanding search to 57 miles. Someone has posted the same model from ebay though. There is also a Dell outlet post that looks good. Think I'm going to go with the refurbished dell inspiron with 8gb 8th gen i5 and 1tb HDD for 322 (with code). There is also 120 GB ssd posted for 35 quid I'm going to add as a boot drive (not that I know how but I'm hoping YouTube will show me. Seems like quite a lot of laptop for the money.


(nerd) I agree Naboo, I am also looking at the lenavo at pc world versus this acer going cheap at Tesco. I don't wish to game or do anything fast. What do the tech heads think about the lenavo IP320 down from £600 to £330 at PC World, 4GB ram and 128 GB SSD? Is the extra £70 a better buy for a faster processor and hard drive but less storage?


While I'm here. I have been pondering a new laptop for about 6 months. I want it to boot quickly but don't do anything intensive. Need to project videos and powepoints for presentations mainly so would prefer a VGA port but understand there are some workarounds with HDMI. Can't decide whether to go as cheap as possible or to possibly future proof by spending a but more. E.g the i3 7th gen lenovo with ssd and 4gb of ram for 330 from pcworld or the same thing with i5 8th gen and 8gb of ram for 480 Will I notice a difference with my needs. Is the 8th gen more future proof? Ie don't want to buy another laptop to run windows 11 or 12


Calm down everyone. We'll have no shouting here. This is a local site for local people.


Now you're claiming to be able to identify the sex of members. All that ability and you still know next to nothing about what even a PC World "technician" would have a bit of an idea about. You'll have to excuse me for a while if I don't respond to your ignorant and irrational ranting. Just popping out for a while.

Acer Aspire 5 15.6" Notebook A515-51 - Intel Core i3, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Full-HD IPS Display, Aluminum Interior, 2 Year Warranty £399.99 With Code @ Acer UK
Found 26th FebFound 26th Feb
Voucher: SPECIAL100 Also 10% cash back from Acer on Quidco. Windows 10 Home 64-bit Intel® Core™ i3-6006U processor Dual-core 2 GHz 39.6 cm (15.6") Full HD (1920 x 1080) 16:… Read more

Link me up buzz.


Also possible 10% cashback from TCB/QUIDCO and 2 year warranty,this would have been a good buy for me but just bought a Lenovo 310 for a £189 from AO before New Year


I guess this means that you bought this laptop...funny way to spend your time posting rather than finding the same specs for £320 lol


a quick stalk of their posts says.... yes, indeed they do


Do you really have to troll on every single post?

Acer Aspire 5 Laptop 128GB SSD GeForce MX150 Full HD, £632 @ Tesco Direct
Found 29th JanFound 29th Jan
£632 delivered using code TDX-WFGR (expires 01.02.18). Nice starter laptop for gaming.

This is correct LOL! Oh my god no, the 1050m obliterates the MX150


Super laptop with a quality screen and the GeForce MX150 is way way underestimated. This is a good deal. Well done poster.


Oh look didn't take long for a gaming snob to turn up (y) . The MX150 is perfectly capable of playing games affordably. I've got two laptops with this GPU and it plays everything nice at full HD, yes you sacrifice some of the quality settings but it's about £200 cheaper than a 1050 based laptop & the 1050 ain't much better and most people take the pee out of that as well. 1060's are stupid money too.


Sure I will add some spec. " they dare calling it gaming laptop " XD good is only screen IPS.


Imho the MSI PL62 7RC at £599 from Ebuyer is better value, it doesn't have an SSD but does have an M.2 so one can be added for £50 which is the same ball park as this and has a proper cpu in it not a U class. Seems a decent price.

Acer Aspire XC-704 Desktop with 24" Full HD Monitor - £299.99 - eBuyer
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Back on daily deal at eBuyer. Last posted 18th December. Intel Pentium J3710 1.6GHz 4GB RAM + 2TB HDD DVD Writer + WIFI Windows 10 Home Includes 24 Full HD Monitor … Read more
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Oh I personally wouldn't, but you could get some 720p gaming out of this with a suitable low profile card.


Had an Acer for three months once, swore at it everyday then eventually launched it through the back door straight into the bin - NEVER AGAIN. S * i * e with a capital S.


Any gpu would be completely wasted on this thing.


Very poor specs. I'd rather buy an i3 laptop for about the same price. Or try getting something second hand. You can even get a much better one built for just around the same cost (including a monitor and a basic GPU): CPU: Intel - Pentium G4560 3.5GHz Dual-Core Processor (£57.54 @ Aria PC) Motherboard: Gigabyte - GA-H110M-A Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard (£40.50 @ Amazon UK) Memory: Crucial - 4GB (1 x 4GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£40.75 @ Amazon UK) Storage: Hitachi - Ultrastar 750GB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£79.00 @ Amazon UK) Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce GT 1030 2GB Low Profile Video Card (£66.02 @ Ebuyer) Case: Raidmax - Viper II ATX Mid Tower Case Power Supply: EVGA - BT 450W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply Monitor: Sceptre - E205W-1600 20.0" 1600x900 60Hz Monitor Total: £283.81 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-01-24 14:55 GMT+0000 That'll let you play esports and quite a few games on low settings. Just find someone capable of building a pc, it's a lot easier than you might think, especially for those who are comfortable working with computers.


ive had these builds before and they are OK. They at least allow you to stick in a low profile GPU and add more ram if need be (and change to an SSD) but the standard HDD's they come with are very slow and loud.

Acer Aspire 5 15.6 Inch i7 8GB 1TB 1080p Laptop - £499.99 @ Argos
Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
Intel Core i7 7500u dual core processor Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels 15.6 inch screen 8GB DDR4 RAM 1TB HDD storage

Without labouring the point and only because of the differing information, this has been posted before and on the last page of the thread below somone states it is TN. It is not for me anyway but in case it matters to anyone else, I would verify before ordering or it may be another Argos return.


Very true I reckon I got a fair deal with a Dell Inspirion 13 7370, i5 8250u, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM This would have been a good buy if I wasn't bothered about the screen size 15.6 a bit too big for uni and travelling


Yeah never trust Argos's Q&A section. In that same place, a member of staff said shared graphics and integrated graphics are the same thing... So it has both (annoyed) I got my info from Acer's website based on this being the Aspire 5 A515-51 If this all checks out, it's a good laptop for the price


Hope you are right re the display because on the Argos QA section it is stated as TN. If IPS it is a bit better,.


Actually, it has a 1080p IPS display. Also, it has an m.2 bay so you can easily add an SSD later as the boot drive while keeping the storage of the 1TB hdd. Additionally, it may be dual-core, but it's a pretty speedy Kaby Lake i7 with hyper threading. The benchmarks for the i7 7500u are respectable. Honestly, at this price, this is a decent buy. I don't know what else you would expect from a laptop at £500?

Acer Aspire 3, Intel® Pentium®, 4Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD, 15.6 Inch Laptop - £279 @ Very
Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Not sure if this is any good. Looks good but laptop specs can be tricky tricky. Love to have a bit of feedback on it... Product Description Item number: LV9KY MPN: NX.GNTEK.004… Read more
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Fair enough. :-)


i can't find the argos one- has it gone OOS ? or can you send me a link. thanks so much


ultimately it isnt really "buy now pay in 12 months" but "buy now, pay no interest for 12 months" ive used them in the past also using discount codes and had no problem ordering a DSLR camera and also my PS4 from them (had a £100 off £400 code for the camera and £60 off £200 when the PS4 launched) so buy this now, and you repay the minimum each month. it's a credit account so don't miss a payment or it'll be on your history. I find Very are usually quite expensive, but they tend to do some nice offers and will send customers some pretty nice discount codes if you havent used them in a while. do not buy their extended warranty. you simply cannot cancel without contacting them and they'll automatically take the money out.


I've heard a few/fair bit of comments like this about Very (BOTH this year already + random other moments in time dotted around last year too ... ) A lot of awkward scare stories of this ilk for my liking. :-( Hmmmmmmmmmmm. (I could be wrong).


I didn't link to it but it's on here too. As I say it's the same laptop but with the i3

Acer Aspire 3 15.6" Laptop I3 - £279 with code / £299 without @ ao
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Not an expected but might be a nice budget laptop for some £20 discount code works when registering with AO. Listed price is £299 Key Features Up to 9 hours battery life Standar… Read more

Where from please?. :-)


Want to borrow my DeLorean?. You may need to provide your own uranium rod's though?, hehehe (Nutty Professor anyone?, looooool). :-D


OP .. please expire, as this Deal doesn't exist on AO's website anymore, unfortunately. :-(


And the kitchen sink too! (don't forget?), lol. ;-)


I'm not really disagreeing but can see this situation remaining some time until it's not cost effective to churn out lower resolution panels... hopefully won't be too long now as 4K is so prevalent now and people will perhaps start to demand more. There's no incentive for manufacturers to change unless customers stop buying them and clearly they're still selling them.

Boxing Day Sale 15% off - Acer Aspire 5 15.6" Notebook A515-51 - Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Full-HD IPS, 2 Yrs Warranty £577.99 With Code BOXING15 @ Acer UK
Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
Enter code BOXING15, ends tonight at 11.59pm. Windows 10 Home 64-bit Intel® Core™ i7-7500U processor Dual-core 2.70 GHz 39.6 cm (15.6") Full HD (1920 x 1080) 16:9 8 GB, DDR4 … Read more

Are you voting every expired deal as cold?


Yes, it's an expired deal that reached 475 degrees, so certainly anything other than C-O-L-D


True although TCB and Quidco are just huge affiliate sites where you get a bit back. Really grates me given Quidco is supposed to be 100% cashback. They aren't exactly short of a few bob and take a look at the dividends the directors of TCB receive.


True that. Though, I think most have the sense to back out and use Quidco / TCB for many purchases. With that said, HUKD must rake it in with Amazon referrals.


They had 15% off for laptops above £600 for a week or so this month. This will probably be back again.

Acer Aspire F15 (i3-6100u, geforce 950m 4gb, 8gb ram, SSD, HDD) £579.97 @ Save On Laptops
Found 21st Dec 2017Found 21st Dec 2017
Was laptop shopping with my younger bro when i found this, while a bit odd with the lower end CPU, it should be a pretty fast machine, also features a CD/DVD drive which seems to b… Read more
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I can wait indeed. Super will hold on. :p


the reason it wouldn't have fit my brother's requirements is no disc drive, I know you can buy external ones, but he preferred an all in one solution, other than that, yeah it's a good deal :)


Msi PL62 7RC is £599 at which imho is the much better buy here, it doesn't come with an SSD but it does have an empty M2 socket. Has a much better CPU and slightly better graphics too.


If you have time then wait for the next round of big sales (boxing day & Jan) and set up a keyword alert for 'laptop' and watch the deals come rolling in (y)


I'm on the hunt for a decent laptop max budget is about 600. Must be light, sleek and modern. I'm only going to use it for uni work, general browsing, YouTube videos, downloading music to store on my USB/iPod that's it really. is this good for the price? Wondering if it will get any cheaper come Boxing Day.. hmmm

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