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Acer aspire 5 A515-51-86VY £579.97 @ Box
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
Came across this, seems like a great deal? i7-8550U quad core processor, HD resolution, 256GB SSD. The weight is 2.2kg which is a downside. Opinions?
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It is classified as a separate card though; even a basic Intel HD card will run applications better than a system with none but that's obvious


I wouldnt call Intels internal video card a "dedicated graphics card". The processor will just end up doing most of the work. This laptop should sell for £500 to be a decent price to get.


its good spec for a general purpose laptop but I would expect to see a 1050 graphics card at close to this price. I'd pay £499 for this at this price i'd carry on looking If you cant wait its a good price.


This should be fine for most of your needs then and a great price :)


I want it more for video & music work.

***FURTHER £20 REDUCTION*** - Acer Spin 5 SP513-51-311K - i3, full HD IPS touchscreen, 128GB SSD, 4GB RAM, Windows 10 Home £329.97 @ Box
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
***FURTHER £20 REDUCTION*** This seems to be a good, basic student laptop - noticed some posts on here in the past from people asking for a decentish student laptop in this price… Read more

It's £359.97 ... Please expire. :-)


Black with aluminium cover on the lid to be honest have had MacBook pros and dell latitude and not bad quality or feel to the unit for the price screen is really nice IPS


No idea. Don't own one. A few posters have bought one so perhaps they will be able to help you.


What’s the exact colour Is it black in and out or charcoal Gloss or Matt


This deal continues so I am going to leave it live on here just in case any parents are looking for a laptop for a child about to go to uni or perhaps needs one for school. I continue to think this is a good student laptop at this price.

Acer Aspire 5 (17.3") A517-51G Laptop - Intel Core i5 8th Gen, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, Full-HD IPS, NVIDIA GeForce MX150, 2 Year Warranty £599 + Quidco 10% Cashback @ Acer UK
Found 24th JunFound 24th Jun
24 Hour deal, Insert voucher code DEAL Good price for a 17 inch laptop, with £60 cash back makes this even cheaper. Windows 10 Home 64-bit Intel® Core™ i5-8250U processor Qua… Read more

Has this expired? Voucher code DEAL is not working for me.


I used to have a 17" Dell XPS gaming laptop, the screen was very good at 1080p. Now, I would expect 2K at least. However, I would swap 2K screen for 1080p, more RAM & higher refresh rate.


The display resolution of this machine for a 17.3" laptop is terrible in my opinion...


Nope, white rhinos are.


Are laptops dying out?

Acer Laptop with 50% future value guarantee - £506.79 @ BT
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Acer Travelmate P459 with a 50% future value guarantee when you buy a new Acer laptop within 2 years.

You'd be hard pushed to find a HQ series processor in a body like this. The U series processors have a 15W TDP compared to the 45W TDP of the HQ series, hence why they are more suitable for slimmer laptops/notebooks. I wouldn't call the 7th Gen U series processors "slow" though. The only thing they are lacking is cores and if you want more cores you should consider the 8th Gen U series - 4c8t vs 4c2t for the 7th Gen U series and 4c4t for the 7th Gen HQ series - all with comparable single core performance Here are some comparisons from the userbenchmark website if you're interested: i5-7300HQ vs i5-7200U i5-7300HQ vs i5-8250U By the way I completely agree with you that this isn't a good price for a 7th gen U series laptop, you can get laptops with better processors at this price. EDIT: This isn't even slim and as a business laptop with a 15.6 inch screen you'd have thought Acer could have fitted a numpad on the keyboard. With the cashback this is still an alright price though


for this money I'd would want an HQ processor, not a slow "U".



Cold HD screen everything else excellent

Acer Store Anniversary - 10% off up to £800 / 15% off over £800 spend
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Currently 10% off up to £800 or 15% off over £800 spend. Very good machines that will last a decent amount of time.
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Nothing for me (looking for a 1050ti or higher laptop) at a good price.

vizta Any opinions on this one please.


Computer prices are not something I follow closely but the only Acer I ever had wa about 12 years ago and was alright for what I used it for. I'd have a much more thorough nosey if I was after an 800 quid machine so heat from me (y) saying about that any of the tech wizards out there reckon there's a decent basic laptop around the 300 quid working out cheaper with this deal than it is anywhere else feel free to say so as the missus wouldn't mind getting one, ta

Acer Spin 1 11.6" (2 in 1) Laptop - 4GB, 64GB, Touchscreen IPS, Gorilla Glass, 1 Year Office 365, 1TB OneDrive Cloud Storage Plus £10 Gift Voucher £215.99 (using code) @ Argos Ebay
Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
Use PAYDAY10 Code. Expires on 03/02/18. Good price for this 2/1, Excellent reviews. Intel Celeron dual core processor. 1.1GHz processor speed. 4GB RAM. 64GB. Microsoft Wind… Read more

If all you want is a web browser then a Chromebook is fine. I had one for 2 years but after a while, it just drove me nuts because of the things it couldn't do.


It's probably pretty easy but sounds a pain / confusing to be honest, it's probably not though but puts me off a tad. Sort of thinking the Chromebook route anyways but I am in no rush.


Did all the tweaks myself. There are loads of guides online particularly on the message boards, but ultimately there's not that much to do. You just need to change a few Windows settings. If you can follow basic instructions whether online or through a YouTube video, it's pretty straightforward. Would be a 2min doddle for anyone who knows how to enable/disable stuff in Windows. I In a nutshell, it's basically: - disabling the MeiMengMeng.Win.Clients service (or deleting if you're paranoid) - enabling Windows Updates in Windows 10 Settings - disabling or deleting the trackpad blocker (not strictly necessary as it doesn't do anything anyway) None of that is any harder than uninstalling the bloatware that comes on Acers, Dells, HPs etc. In my case, I additionally installed an SSD, re-seated the WiFi antennae, and removed the magnets from the top of the lid. I did alot of BIOS settings experimentation as well eg. 10W power increase, but none of it is strictly necessary for normal folk. Trackpad surface only feels rough initially. After several weeks of use, it seems to smooth down after you've been regularly rubbing your fingers across it!


Did you have to iron out the problems yourself or was it some sort of automatic updates, I only ask as I'm not very technical and wouldn't want to fix the issues myself.


The effect is still the same - the UK taxpayer is deprived of £billions in revenue due to tax scamming by those rich corporates. It's on a massive scale as well that dwarfs anything involving this laptop. EZB3 Pro always has been around £170. Stop making up figures. As for usage, it's all good now. Ironed everything out. Superb machine for less than £200. Only gripe is that for my heavy usage, I'd prefer a more powerful CPU. For casual users it will be fine though.

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Acer Aspire 1 A114-31 14" Windows 10 Laptop, 4GB RAM, 64GB HDD, Black. £209 Using Code: TDX-WFGR at Checkout @ TescoDirect **Free Home Delivery or Free Click & Collect**
Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
The thin and lightweight Acer Aspire keeps you connected to the content you love wherever you are. A compact 14-inch screen is easily portable, and doesn’t compromise on performanc… Read more
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Gosh, such intellect and emotional intelligence. I really pity people like you - life must be tough. First, you are not sorry, so why say it. Second, you cannot be sure that my post was not a genuine question. Third, your opinion of the deal being rubbish is just that: opinion. It is not a fact. Someone else's opinion was quite different from yours, or they wouldn't have thought it was worthwhile posting such a deal. But let's not let such things worry us, when here is a chance to show the world how clever you are with nasty comments (actually, they show the world something quite different about you). I do wonder what people like you did before the Internet, honestly I do. For sure you couldn't immediately jump to nasty comments in the workplace, or you'd get fired. At best, your colleagues would think you were an asshole. You keep going, I'm sure you believe life is good for you. But kharma has a great way of dealing with folks. That old saying (with many variations thereof) "As you sow, so shall you reap" must make you wonder why the vitriol and bitterness you project to the world keeps coming back to bite your butt. Oh, and your last sentence is sexist.


Sorry. I was offering a cheaper alternative to the rubbish laptop listed above that everyone is laughing at. Do you understand now, or do you need me to draw my explanation for you in wax crayon? I don't mind. It'll give your carer an hour to herself.


£50 for a 14" tablet? Cool, where is that please?


You might need an OTG cable as well, thinking about it. One that has 2 or 3 usb ports and a power outlet. I got one for £3 off eBay recently. Works alright.


Or better still, just get a 2017 Amazon fire tablet for £50 and put Google play on it. If you need a keyboard, buy a £10 USB one and download a free word processing app.

Acer Laptop i7 8GB 1TB, £499.99 @ Argos
Found 26th Nov 2017Found 26th Nov 2017
Full HD screen 1920x1080. i7-7500U, 2.7GHz with Turbo Boost up to 3.5GHz. 11ac Fast wireless. USB 3.1 (reversible type-c). 1000GB HDD. 8GB DDR4 Memory. Dual Digital mic. I guess it… Read more

Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, that isn't a HP Pro Book, or HP Elite Book, is it?. I can't be arsed for the HP Consumer Laptop's anymore ...


Hello. I bought this laptop following a google search which found this thread. It seems to be a very good laptop but has a poor, washed out TN screen. However, it is very easy to replace the screen by unclipping the bezel. The screen is then connected with 4 screws and one connector on the back. You can get an IPS 1080p screen for just under £50 with something like an AUO B156HAN01.2 or LG LP156WF6-SPB1 depending on personal choice. It makes a big difference and is very easy to do.


U are to xplain your ardness boi


Be careful, PC gaming needs decent power and graphics and therefore is not cheap. Also depends on what kind of game - games with lots of action such as shooting or racing car games need even more power than simpler games with not much screen movement. Game fanatics in my office think nothing of spending 1500 on a laptop lol


Shame no SSD..

Entry level manufacturer refurbished Acer laptop at a great price £189.99 from Argos on ebay with 12 month Argos guarantee
Found 2nd Nov 2017Found 2nd Nov 2017
See the details. It says the CPU is 1.1 GHz but Burst Frequency is actually 2.40 GHz. Not many left. I bought one elsewhere for £40 more, and I thought that was a bargain.
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The EZBook 3 Pro, Lapbook etc, blow this out of the water. Do you even realise that the N3350 on this maxes out at 100% even loading basic pages? The 1366x768 TN panel screen on this is also a bad joke for a laptop in 2017. As for "224 happy customers", they're not happy, they just don't know any better and made the mistake of buying one of these.


Not really a question of computer snobs, perhaps you should consider that some have better knowledge/experience than you. The performance of the CPU in this laptop is extremely slow. As for 224 happy customers, I suspect that many will be extremely disappointed, with the poor performance and poor screen. As far as the question of 'better spec for the price' several better value alternatives were posted.


Well that's got the computer snobs rolling. The question was, can you get a better spec for the price? And the answer was........... no. Any road, no matter - 224 happy customers have bought it and it's sold out! Think about it, hotukdeals. It was, although you might not have wanted to buy it (am I allowed to say "you to**ers").


Celeron, garbage, cold. They shouldn't even sell this crap.


Good of you to debunk your own argument for me lol Maybe you could come up with a list of other things that are better when you pay a quarter more. I'll start, did you know that if you buy a TV, you could have simply got a better one by spending 26% more? I've got another one!! If you buy a house, for 26% more you could have got a better one in the same area!! I mean, what sort of idiot buys the lesser priced one!! Lol! How about, carpet!!! Well known fact, spend more per sq m. and you will get better carpet!!! I mean, come on!!! In fact, with carpet you could go the other way and stick to your budget but just cover 3/4s of your lounge floor. Win Win!

Get a brand new Iconia One 10 tablet for only £1 when purchasing a selected Acer laptop.
Found 21st Sep 2017Found 21st Sep 2017
Get a brand new Iconia One 10 tablet for only £1 when purchasing one of twelve Acer laptops. Offer is valid ONLY while the countdown is running - don't miss out! Free deliver… Read more
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The B3-A30 with 1GB Ram not good at all, not worth £130. Should at least offer the higher specs A3-A40 with 2GB Ram and 32GB storage. Cheap Acer.


Good offer, but shame the laptops are way overpriced.


Those laptops are massively overpriced, and the tablet is horrendous.


That’s a crap deal if you’ve got to fork out a minimum of £749! Cold from me I’m afraid!


Minimum laptop price is £749

Acer Aspire 15.6 Inch i3 8GB 256GB SSD Laptop - Red (Argos) for £429.99
Found 30th Aug 2017Found 30th Aug 2017
I've been looking for a laptop for my daughter and found this. Its a great price for a i3 2.4ghz processor, 8gb of Ram and a 256SSD. £10 voucher as well. Snap it up quick. I bought… Read more

Sorry mate I know your trying to help but I did get a £10 voucher and 1% quidco as well as a very happy daughter. That is worth £50 any day


Well £430 is too much for a 15'' non FHD laptop, I would say you overpaid for your laptop by £80. If your're happy then end of the day it doesn't matter.


Well I have and my daughter is impressed with it. The deal wasn't around that you have just suggested I wanted a fast start up for her, nice cpu and enough ram. The screen is fine and for course work it's ideal. I also didn't want to wait. I still am happy with the purchase. BTW I'm into pcs and build my desktops. I appreciate your help though but I'm ok


Return it and get something like this deal instead click. There's no way on earth I would pay £429.99 for a 15'' i3 laptop. If you don't know anything about laptops you should've asked in the 'Ask' section on here click.


I don't think £430 is good for an i3 laptop? You can get much better for this money surely? This is a terrible price, how did this even get to 80 degrees??

Acer AO1-132 Laptop 11.6" Celeron REFURBISHED @ Tesco Outlet (Ebay)
Found 24th Jul 2017Found 24th Jul 2017
This 11.6" Acer Laptop has 2GB RAM, 32GB, and comes with 1TB One drive cloud storage. It is refurbished and comes with a 12 month tesco outlet warranty.

I stand corrected. Didn't notice the delivery charge. Still fine for light use and not much more.


Tesco deal was £99 + £3.00 Express Delivery Percentage increase on my link is calculated as ... (114.99 - 102)/102 = 12.7% increase over the Tesco deal or an extra £12.99 !


I suggest you check yours. Tesco = £99 One in your link =£114.99 Your suggestion is £15.99 more expensive than the Tesco version. 15.99 / 99 = 16.2 % more expensive than Tesco one. Perfectly fine for light browsing and emails. No good for much more.


It will play Crysis.


The one I linked to can be upgraded to 8GB RAM and there is a slim possibility of installing an SSD or HDD with an extra SATA cable (cost around £15) - but I cannot confirm that.

Acer Swift 3 Laptop - 14in, i3, 8GB, 128GB SSD - £422.10 with new customer code at
Found 18th Feb 2017Found 18th Feb 2017
This looks like it fits my bill for a decent, light laptop for under £500. To get this price you need to get £30 off for new customer code, it seems to just need an email addre… Read more

I got the red Acer ES15 now after all, but from where they have £20 off for new customers (go to site after deleting cookies and code was displayed) so it was £319, best specs for this screensize and price I could find with having 128gb SSD, descent processor check cpubenchmarks, the screen is a bit reflective, the SD card sticks out and doesn't go fully into it, they have it in black too on AO


That red Acer is tempting me now! :)


Looks like the next model up is £510 if the same code is available, it has i5 with 256gb ssd.


Looks brilliant just what I am after, I was gonna buy this but now you threw that into the mix...choices...


Just what I would go for except would like 256gb. Nice size. Similar price with a 256GB SSD and 3 year warranty.

Not bad Acer laptop £429.99 at Very (£343 with Quidco)
Found 3rd Jan 2017Found 3rd Jan 2017
Acer Laptop 1080p 1tb HDD, 6th Gen i3, 8gb RAM. £343 with Quidco discount, seems okay.
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It's dead now, can't see a way to delete the post.


How would you get it at £343. Useful to provide more information when posting.


Only if purchase was over £100 I think


If you bought with a credit card you could claim back you money via them.


The least convincing deal posted in a while!!

Acer R11 CB5-132T 11.6 inch Convertible Chromebook Laptop for £149.99 @ Amazon
Found 26th Dec 2016Found 26th Dec 2016
Cheapest its been i think, good budget laptop.

The R11 on Acer website comes with 4GB


I'm tempted by the Acer 14 Chromebook and this


Im in the same situation as you i think. About to travel Auz so a chromebook may suit my needs. Came across this. £200, 4GB, can access Play Store.... Unless anyone here wants to correct me, the £50 extra than the two you highlighted seems worth it....


great fine thanks


Wrong time to buy a Chromebook right now hold out until next year, new models due, once google gets it but_ in gear with android

15.6" Acer laptop with 128GB SSD FHD 6GB ram Pentium 3558U @ Ibood £312.90
Found 8th Dec 2016Found 8th Dec 2016
Acer FHD SSD laptop for just over £300. the weakest point will probably be the CPU but it should do for Office and internet browsing. 2 year warranty as well, the only thing I am u… Read more

£299 on ebuyer... and an I3


I believe one of the modules is soldered onto the motherboard (probably the 2GB) and topped up with a second module.


Can't see a £ sign on the keyboard, so suspect it's a US layout.


Poor cpu for the money.


Shame about the dodgy RAM config, why do PC manufacturers mismatch modules :(

Acer Aspire ES 15 Intel Core I3, 6Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD, 15.6 Inch Full HD Laptop With Optional Microsoft Office 365 Home - Red - £289.99 @ Very
Found 25th Nov 2016Found 25th Nov 2016
Madness. Great specs for the price. BLACK:… Read more
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Thanks op , just ordered, though no confirmation yet says order being processed . Worth mentioning if not already posted that new customers also get 10% discount on top of Black Friday deals by entering promo code. Wow , as a tech novice never thought buying a laptop could be such a minefield - ssd vs hdd, i3 vs i5 vs i7 vs Amd (plus multiple series of each) , HD screen vs Full HD . I need to lie down ! .


Already posted:

burgo1 here's some more info on this laptop


many thanks OP ordered. I have been using very for a few years now and never had a single problem with them. They deliver on time, never had a problem with payment and i always use the 'Buy Now Pay Later' and pay back at least a month before they charge the interest. If you make sure you keep on top of the payments then you will never have to pay any interest


Tell me about it?. It's like paying for a Ferrari, and being sold it wit with a Mini's engine?!, hmmmmmmmmm, NOT GOOD! (considering that CPU aside, your Deal was actually more expensive than the current OP's Deal anyway?, so if you now factor in the CPU's into the equation then ..... damnnnnnnnnnn is all I can say?) :-( Lol.

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