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Asus Cerberus RGB USB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard + free Asus Mouse Matt - £69.95 - Overclockers
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Been looking for a decent keyboard for a while now, came across this when it dropped to about £80 but just seen it drop slightly more to £70, comes with a free mouse matt too, free… Read more

Its US ansi layout not UK iso layout , if that bothers anyone


I was about to say.... I was googling left right and center to find out what sort of switches they were other than 'Kaihua RGB switches' ive been to about 4 different websites and watched 2 or 3 youtube videos but cant seem to find the version of switch used in this keyboard.


Don't waste your money on non-Cherry keys. You get what you pay for sometimes.


It's a turd, "Kaihua RGB Red switch" is not a worthy substitute for Cherry MX switches, but I guess if you like fancy colour settings, and good build quality, then this isn't exactly the worst choice


This is a good deal. Just bought a new KB though so not purchasing. Looks to be red switches for any wondering.

Asus VivoBook S14 S410UA 14" Laptop - Grey £349 @ AO
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
this Laptop is now on sale @ £200 OFF INTEL Core i3 128GB SSD 4GB RAM Windows 10 Up to 7 hours battery life Light and portable at 1.2kg Intel Core i3 processor - for work… Read more



Depends if a better screen, faster processor, and twice the RAM and storage space is worth £250 to you. Both laptops should feel nice and nippy for basic tasks. The more expensive one will look nicer whilst doing them.


Is it worth paying for the higher spec model: ASUS Vivobook S410UA-EB046T£599 at John Lewis?


A similar price on Amazon (I *think* it's the same spec . . .) £400 at Box (ditto spec)


Doubting the 200 reduction given specs

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ASUS ROG Strix GL502VS - GTX 1070 - I7-7700HQ £1399.97 @ Box
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 16GB DDR4 RAM 256GB M.2 SSD + 1000GB HDD Dedicated GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Graphics NVid… Read more

i ve had this and i didnt like it. first of all i ve met a strange problem with the laptop while the laptop turned on the screen didnt till several turn off and on ,asus called it a bad bios flash and gave me another which in a 5 months time presented the same problem. finally amazon did refund me the money and we part ways with asus . while they boast specs at decent price they have some serious defects .... for a gamer perspective paying such amount of money you expect the best not a lottery. i did forgot to mention the ips glow but that is a secondary problem added as a bonus.


£1515 for a 1070 +i7 8750h + 16gb ddr4 and 17.3" screen, better in everyway for £100 more, but ok


hi.. dont think so.. just tried and got to 1,600 to quickly.. and didnt finish config. this seems like a fair deal to me.. heat added..


Yes -> i7-8750H & i9-8950HK :)


Have Intel released the 8th gen 35/45W mobile i7 CPUs yet? They have released the 15W versions but they are going to be TDP limited surely!

ASUS ROG GL503 GTX1070  i5 8GB 2TB 256GB GTX1070 Gaming Laptop £1299.99 Argos
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Core i5 7th gen + GTX 1070 + 120MHZ

It was a Dell Outlet deal. They were giving extra 20% off at that time.


Where did you get this? In their own site?


Really decent


Yeh he got it for this price. I got him to run a Heaven Benchmark and the GPU topped out at 78 degrees.


Keep us updated with the performance and heat management under heavy load, also did he get it for the same price mentioned above. Cheers

ASUS VP28UQG 28" 4K Free Sync Gaming Monitor £289.99 Delivered (3 Year Warranty) @
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Cheapest around that I can see. Seems like a decent monitor for 4K gaming, with Free Sync and a max refresh rate of 60hz. 28" Display TN Panel Type 3840x2160 Resolution … Read more
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The LG is IPS so better colours and is 75hz, the lower resolution will also make it easier to run games on. I'm not convinced a 4k TN panel will look better than a IPS ultrawide.


Is this not the same panel as what is in the RT280K which is the same spex but £100 cheaper? worldcup


a 29 inch ultrawide lg gaming monitor or £225 or this ?


It's not bad with the 3 year warranty. But it's TN so not so good colours. I brought the LG 27ud69 and reviews say the colours are much better. Can't wait for mine to come this week

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Asus ROG STRIX RGB GTX 1080 8GB Graphics Card - £424.54 (Delivered) @ internetct (eBay)
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Retails at about £600 at Scan. Seems to be legit and a great price. 1835 MHz boost clock in OC mode for outstanding performance and gaming experience. DirectCU III with Pat… Read more

I am on the same boat mate, already opened PayPal case but have to wait until 17th for seller to respond which is ridiculous.


Ordered one of these and as per others, no reply, no status update, auto reply email saying they've ceased trading. Waiting for the delivery date to pass so that I can raise a resolution with ebay. Disgusting how people like this can steal money and cause stress to ordinary people where amounts like this do matter. Also annoyed that there's no way to act quickly with ebay/paypal. I get that they want a process where buyers liaise with sellers, but in circumstances like this where clearly a scam has been performed surely acting quickly is the best thing to do? Feels like they're giving the person time to empty their accounts and disappear.


That's what the bounce back messages they're sending via eBay say, and is what is displayed when you visit their site:


That they went into liquidation


Know what?

ASUS VG248QE 24 inch Widescreen LED Multimedia 3D Monitor (1920 x 1080, 80000000:1, 144 Hz, 1 ms, DVI Display Port, HDMI) - Black £199.99 @ Amazon
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Great monitor, good reviews and has dropped in price in the last couple of days
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Nice! Could you please reccomend a monitor for PS4 use only ?


The (QD VA) Samsung C24FG73 is the best overall 144hz/1080p/FreeSync monitor. But if you prefer TN, go for the Viewsonic XG202 or AOC G2590PX/Acer KG251QF. Those last 2 options use the newest TN panel from AU Optronics; which offers better contrast, colour accuracy and lower response times than previous-gen TN monitors. Here's a great price (£159.99) for the Acer screen mentioned - This is a much better buy than the ASUS from this deal.


So what's the best 1080p 144Hz monitor then?


I’ve literally just set this up having bought it yesterday for £10 more (that Amazon won’t refund!). Yes it’s bright if you leave it as it is out the box. Tinker with the settings and it’s fine, barely takes any time. The monitor itself, I should add, looks very impressive. I’ve just replaced a 10 year old Samsung and I bought that for about £180. This one is worth the money in my opinion


Before or after calibration?

Asus ZenBook 13 Laptop /  i5-8250U / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD / GeForce MX150 £899.95 @ John Lewis
30/06/2018Expires on 30/06/2018Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Good price for a laptop with a GeForce MX150 and 8GB RAM with two year John Lewis warranty

Yes a 1tb hard drive would push the weight above the advertised 1.2kg


Specs listed on John Lewis don't mention a hard drive, only an SSD - neither do the specs on Asus's site.


Decent price if you're looking for an ultraportable laptop - 1.14kg and according to notebookcheck normal usage with wifi = Battery life 8.5 hours


Not bad for an ultra portable with discrete GPU, voted hot

Asus AC3100 Gigabit Router £159.99 @ Tobydeals
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
With the exception of the frequent pop up windows this looks like a storming deal. Last deal on here was £217.99 and went HOT This is a high end router, so don't be telling me you… Read more

Does this support


What makes you say that? I feel like my 66U is in need of an upgrade, is there something wrong with the AC3100?


Has anyone ordered from these guys, do they ship it from Hong Kong or UK? Is this older version to SUS RT-AC88U AC3100 Dual-band Router, AiProtection by Trend Micro, AI MESH ?


Stick with 66 or 68U


What’s rrp if this

ASUS Republic of Gamers Strix GD30 Gaming PC @ Currys ebay for £746.97
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
New | 1 year warranty Intel® Core™ i5-7400 Processor RAM: 16 GB @2400 MHz Storage: 2 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 H270 mobo 2 available. Much … Read more
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Yeah it has two hdmi ports and a display port too


Does this have a hdmi port? Can connect to Tv or not (for video/kodi)


OOS, thanks for playing :)


Picked one of these up around easter, proved itself flawless so far. Great buy


They only make one model of 1070 so the same as all that being 8GB

Asus Strix Vega 56 £490 @ Amazon spain
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
About £90 cheaper than anywhere in UK.

Debatable. I'd take EVGA over Asus, I always have. FTW, Classified and Kingpin cards are boss.


Chances are most people buying an Nvidia card have bought them previously, so I'd assume most team green hardcore gamers already have the Gsync monitors


Where can you get a Strix 1080 for less than this? There are cheaper Vega cards but Asus Strix are the best.


Cold from me. So long as this thing costs more than a gtx 1080 it's bad value.


Interesting that is what I do to my rx470...

ASUS ROG Strix GL702 Laptop, AMD Ryzen, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD, 17.3", Black - £899.95 @ John Lewis
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
Very good price for a 17" laptop in my opinion with 2 year John Lewis guarantee. Specs: AMD Ryzen RX580 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD Illuminated Chiclet Keyboard 8GB Ports : 1x Headphone-ou… Read more


would like to see thus deal lol


I think it has freesync too


RX580 will struggle to drive a 17 inch screen, it lacks the power to handle the larger sized pixels


Paid less than that for a 1070 Alienware, definitely overpriced

Asus G11DF-UK001T 1400 RX480 Apperantly has 16gb of ram at Laptops Direct for £649.97
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
On the product title it states 8gb but on the other hand inthe product description it states 16gb of RAM and this particular model is listed with 16gb of RAM elsewhere. The ryzen 5… Read more

Laptops direct's return policy is shocking best to avoid


The description is wrong, it's for a 6th generation Intel system. The title are technical specs are correct. This box has 8gb of RAM.


Same price in John Lewis. Their listing correlates with the 8gb RAM suspicions.


I certainly wouldn't part with 650 sheets for a product that isn't clear. If they can't even get their marketing bumph right then what else will they F up on?


it also says its a 6th Gen i7 however its clearly a Ryzen.....LD do this a lot, and when you complain about it they just tell you to return it, not great.....

ASUS FX503 15.6" Gaming Laptop (Core i7 8GB 128GB SSD + 1TB, GTX1060 6GB Graphics) + FREE ASUS Gaming Backpack £899.97 Delivered @ Box
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
This has come down in price a fair bit, and seems to be a decent all round gaming laptop with a 6GB 1060 included. 1080p screen, but that should be more than adequate for its size.… Read more
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Too expensive for the risk of the TN screen. This is a £750 machine for me.


This laptop has gone up in price twice just recently. It was a good deal at the lower prices, and it's an 'ok' deal now. The headline specs are great (i7+1060+SSD), however dig a little deeper and there are some compromises to keep the price down. The display is below average (this laptop actually comes from the factory with three different panels, a fair quality one, a not very good one, and a rubbish one), I believe this is the latter because the specs do not mention the IPS or higher refresh rates of the upper displays. Also the storage is slow, the hdd is 5400rpm and the SSD benchmarks oddly slow (found from online reviews). There are a few other hotukdeal posts on different variants of this laptop with further info.


Seems is was briefly £110 cheaper yesterday,




Cold from me.

ASUS ZenPad 10.1" Tablet - 16 GB, Grey £129.99 @ Currys Ebay
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
Quite cheap for half decent tablet with a large screen

The Lenovo is regularly £100-£115. Real Android? lol, all depends what you want to do with it, unless you want to root it, they are good enough.


The Lenovo is pricer. And the Amazon doesn't have real android on it.


Not voted myself but.. There's the Lenovo A10-70F with FHD for a similar price, though it's getting on a bit now the screen is nice. Then there's the Amazon Fire HD 10 for £120 and is FHD also.


I would love to know why people voting cold. I'm in the market for a new tablet...


Screen is not as good. On a 10 inch tablet I'd imagine that would matter And less ram

ASUS FX504 15.6-inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Black) - £649.99 @ Amazon
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
Intel i5-8300H Processor, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, Dedicated Nvidia GTX 1050 2 GB, Windows 10 Not a bad price i suppose for a budget gaming laptop.

What's the difference between the i5-8300H and i5-8250u? Also will the gtx 1050 (with 2gb RAM) be able to handle "triple A" games at (or prefereably above) 30fps with decent graphic settings (e.g. GTA V with graphics quality above medium/high) and run smoothly? I don't know much about the graphics card, but everyone has given me mixed reviews. As a console gamer I'm not really bothered by the graphics as long as the game can run smoothly on a decent graphics setting. Thanks


Great piece of hardware, 4 core 8 threads 8th Gen i5 with dedicated 2GB 1050 is incredibly worth it. Wish they'd start including IPS panels more often though ... Nontheless, heat!


Good deal if you can get it at that price but the cheapest I can see is over £600inc vat and with the discount code, thats a scratch and dent model


Inspiron 7577 on dell outlet costs 535 with 4gb 1050.


Full HD, Diet Gaming laptop

ASUS ZenPad 10" Tablet - 32 GB, Grey @ Currys - £159.99
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
Cracking price for the 32gb version. Most places sell these for £159 in the 16gb guise. Don't forget to use up your £2.50 topcashback bonus before today is out 28/5. Technical sp… Read more

Yup! Can't win 'em all


Tough crowd @Mrswitch (highfive)


2GB RAM - fail!!! (fierce)


I got one of these for my daughter and a Samsung galaxy Tab A for my son. Day and night. I won't be buying Asus tablets anymore. The Samsung one is so much faster, responsive and reliable. I had to get the power button changed on the Asus tablet. Battery life is nowhere near the one for the Samsung. I had a bad experience. Maybe you guys will be luckier than I was. Not voted either way.


10 hour battery life is fine for most people. Would last you a good while off a full charge if you're a light user, but to each their own. Thanks for the comment.

Gaming computer Asus G11CD  i5-7400 with a GTX 1060 £679.97 - 	Laptops Direct
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
This Asus computer looks like a good price gaming computer since one recently from John Lewis with slightly lower specs was £30 cheaper. Processor Model Intel Core i5 Processor Nu… Read more

Ya welcome Dude. SOD Dell and the horse they rode in on, I would never buy anything from them and this sort of behavior is why. Enjoy!


It is the alienware R3 i7 desktop but cannot be upgraded to windows 10 without errors, Dell have refused to help by updating the required drivers. Very happy with new build and thanks for the pointers.


alienware R3 covers a lot of models, lets just guess its 4 years old plus and has an i5 in it, some were low power cpu only boards, these were really bad value. Wherein a haswell i7 games like a champion; no probs in new AAA titles at all, deffo not worth building a new un for gaming .(digression) But,you want a really fast rig for other tasks and gaming as a sidenote so this setup is champion. The graphics card will game ultra settings, 1080p 60 hz pretty much any game, its the bottleneck for gaming performance. (you have to go up to a gtx 1080 on 1080p settings to stress that cpu) Overclocking the 2600X is barely worth the bother(the boost at stock settings is slightly more useful than locking all the cores at 4.1 for e.g. what with heat, noise and voltage etc), check out you tube videos about tweaking memory/memory sub timings, this may help minimum frame rates in the worst games (dips,if any are noticeable) It will help pro tasks 'a bit'.. You may find setting the ram up with LPX 3200 timings and increasing the voltage a fraction would be a good place to start,as ryzen chips seem to prefer frequency to lower cas latencies,at least with 'ordinary' DDR4 ram. (That sort of price). You will however be pretty happy with the rig running all at stock,so not being an expert on ryzen gear and ram I will leave research to you who have spent. Good luck!


Thanks Jo I got the memory at the lower price. £151 Palit GeForce GTX 1060 Dual - 6GB Graphics Card £239.99 It's mostly built now and just waiting on a NVMe SSD which is arriving today. Getting excited, can't wait to start the thing up. It's replacing an alienware R3 desktop Cheers


Ram price changes daily, today I would buy the patriot viper 4 2x8 gb 3200 mhtz cas 16>>Patriot&referer=PCPart This stuff tweaks o.k. with ryzen chips.The corsair 3000 gear has gone up to £175, so just be aware ram price varies a lot while performance not so much in a price range. Corsair is a big brand but they are not ram experts. Also that gpu price was deceptive, get which ever 1060 6gb dual fan is cheapest on the day, those cards sip power so they should all run pretty quiet.

Asus C302 Chromebook (B Grade) £230 at Cex with 24 month warranty. Only 1!
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
As the description says, Cex have one Asus C302 Chromebook (B Grade) in stock for £230. Free delivery on orders over £40 and all purchases come with a 24 month warranty. Not a de… Read more
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Nice one. (highfive)


Thanks for the heads up on this, I managed to just grab one for £255 - Asus C302C/M3-6Y30/4GB Ram/64GB HDD/13"/Chromebook/ Seems a great price, but i'm abit confused why they list one with 64GB HDD and one with 64GB SSD :S


FWIW I had the cex specific search criteria saved as a a shortcut on my desktop's chrome bookmatk bar. Every time i sat down i gave it a click. Was amazed when after a couple of months one day it actually paid off.


Voted hot after expired. Wishing was early to get one. In Chromebook very few have decent CPU and touchscreen.


They do have them occasionally because I got a grade A one ten weeks ago. Arrived boxed in mint condition. A week later another one appeared and was gone within 24 hours. Not seen one since. You have to keep checking back, which is a bit of a thankless task but worth it if you manage to get one.

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