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Asus rog zephyrus s GX501VS-GZ058 £1749.97 Amazon Prime Exclusive
Found 22nd OctFound 22nd Oct
Exclusively for prime members, lowest price ever according to camel camel camel. Not a bad deal! 😁
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Because it's several hundred pounds cheaper than the 8th gen version which you will never get back by lower energy consumption which is irrelevant anyway as there are not really any thermal benefits because Intel is using the same architecture as 7th gen and just increased the core count which is nice but not if the premium for that is huge.


it is not about what it can cannot do but more about why would i buy 7-gen cpu if I can get 8-gen cpu witch would mean more performance, less power comsuption and cooler temp . . .


Tell me the name of a game that this machine cannot play at highest graphic settings?


it is lovely laptop and quality cooling solution but Intel Core i7-7700HQ kills it, it is good cpu but in 2018 it has to be 8th gen CPU . . .


not a bad deal if you get a six-digit salary and even then i would be sceptical..

Asus ROG Strix RX VEGA 56 OC £399.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 21st OctFound 21st Oct
Decent price for ASUS ROG Strix RX VEGA56 OC graphics card. Sale Price £399.98 save £180.00 Full Price £579.98 If you prefer ASUS over PowerColor this is a good deal for you.… Read more

1080 tbh or more sense is wait till the spring and Navi. AMD are also bring out an RX590 which should be a boosted RX580 to compete with the RTX2060. The advantage AMD has is Freesync, but otherwise the prices need to change a lot more. I would wait.


no one in the right mind would buy this over a 1080 at the current prices.. LIKE NO ONE


This should really be cheaper now that GPU prices are slowly coming down. The power our price looks better.


Voted hot, just in time for winter too


I think if you can stand the noise (I can), the reference blower design is very good and getting heat away and out the back of the case. I have the Sapphire reference design 56, got them for £379.99 before the mining situation made them disappear.

ASUS VivoBook 15 S530UA-BQ115T Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 15.6”, Full HD, Gun Metal Grey - £599.95 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
The ASUS S530UA-BQ115T has been designed with an Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB RAM. It will happily assist you with your work assignments, social media updates, as well as some c… Read more

It depends on your needs. If you don't need Full HD, there's absolutely masses at this price point with better specs. I'd imagine you could knock more than £50 off this on Black Friday for the same or similar.


Thanks a lot! (Didn't expect to you search for me :) ) Thanks tho! Just set an alert for HUKD for "laptop"!


If you can wait until Black Friday, that would be your ideal time to get a bargain. I'm sorry that I don't have the time at the moment to trawl sites for equivalents or better, but at the £600 mark, there's plenty to choose from, and I'd hope that you'll catch a cracker on Black Friday.


Hi! Sorry to bother but I'm in the market for a laptop around 600+... Should I wait till black Friday? Looking for a more portable laptop


Does anyone know when Black Friday is this year?I'm looking for a laptop for my son £400 max spend,do you think it would be possible to get something with 8gb ram a decent CPU and HD screen for this money,I'm hoping there might be a miracle and I may be able to get something for £350

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Amazing Asus gaming laptop Bundle! ROG G703GI NVIDIA GTX 1080 8GB GDDR5, 17.3" 144Hz 3ms G-Sync, i7-8750H Gaming Laptop  £2699 @ OCL
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Amazing gaming laptop Bundle. Asus laptop with gtx 1080 graphics card 144hz screen 6games for free worth £170 Inc call of duty black ops 4 Carry rucksack worth £40 Headset worth £5… Read more
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I'm just trolling because of all the stupid 1050 'gaming laptops' that get posted. Of course it's a downgrade (check the post that quoted you before me...exactly what I mean)


That depends on needs & how the two compare to each other in respect of those needs. Computational ability would be downgraded, but this might not matter if the ability exceeds need. Energy consumption & consequently both heat output & battery life would all be upgraded (from the point of view of the customer who sees any improvement as upgrade) as would price. Balance is key.


One of worst "deals" I seen here...


Surely a 1050 is a downgrade from a 1080?



144Hz Acer Predator gaming monitor GN246HL £129.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Sorry if it's been posted already, but got this in my email this morning and couldn't resist buying one.

thanks vm. I frequent the hardware subs and I learned something.


Do I need to say that's more expensive again?


What about the price? It is this low because it uses the cheapest, lowest quality parts. There are TN panel monitors significantly better in regard to input lag, ghosting for less than £50 more like the XF240H, ok for entry-level high refresh rate gaming and has Freesync support, but still unacceptable for colour reproduction. If you want a 144hz monitor and can only afford this, you're better off waiting another month or whatever to save the extra money for something that isn't one of the worst possible choices.


You're not teaching anyone here, it's common knowledge. The point is the price.


being a TN panel is relevant for anybody interested in image quality and accuracy. Anybody doing image or video editing as well as gaming wants more than a mediocre looking screen, whether or not its smooth as hell

Asus Expedition GeForce GTX 1060 OC edition 6GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £239.99  Ebuyer
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Asus Expedition GeForce GTX 1060 OC edition 6GB GDDR5 Graphics Card Features 1809 MHz Boost Clock in OC mode for brilliant eSports gaming. Dual-Ball Bearing Fan runs smoother… Read more

I don’t disagree with you; I was just trying to drill down into why this deal has gone as cold as it has. You make a pertinent point about the Expedition models. My previous card with a 1050ti expedition and the performance, given its budget status, amazed me.


Only lower tier ones though, I paid £300 for my G1 card 2 years ago, it's still around the same price. They have identical clocks and both at the upper range of 1060s. I agree they should be a lot less now, but the fact is, none of them are. That makes this a good deal to me.


Applying very strict rules of logic then you could say that, however 1060 6gb cards have floated around this price for as long as I can remember, and as such it’s not a particularly striking deal and why, I think, it’s gone as cold as it has.


By that statement, a sub £250 1060 6gb is on a par with those deals. Each step is roughly £50. This is a good deal for this version. It were't long ago that the base models of the 6GB were this price. Everyone has a budget, and if it's sub £250, then this or the RX580 are the only options. The only way to get cheaper is by going with one of the lesser brands or non OC versions.


Seen in isolation, it’s probably an ok price for the 6gb version, but this week has seen a sub-£300 1070, £350-ish 1070ti’s and sub-£400 1080s so I think any 1060 deal would have to be a real doozy to gain any traction in the current climate.

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ASUS VA249HE 23.8" Full HD HDMI VA Monitor £84.99 Delivered at eBuyer
16/11/2018Expires on 16/11/2018Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Decent price for a 1080p monitor at this size. 3:000 to 1 ultra high contrast ratio, with a 5ms response time and 75Hz refresh rate. Delivery is included in the price :) 1… Read more

This one looks good for that to me. You aren't going to get higher then 60htz anyway. If you want 4k though then I guess you'd have to look elsewhere.


Fair enough


Anyone know of a decent budget gaming monitor preferably IPS? Want to use it with my Xbox. Thanks in advance :-)


Wrong the Acer monitor from ebuyer does have HDMI suggest you scroll down to the actual tech specs states it does in connectivity bit. Already confirmed in original deal thread by person who received theirs that it does have HDMI, also states on acer website it does.



Asus ROG Strix GL702VS Core i7-7700HQ 16GB 1TB + 256GB SSD GeForce GTX 1070 17 Inch Gaming Laptop - Titanium Gold £1349.97 @ Laptops direct
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
You save: Screen size17.3in Intel Core i7Processor Number7700HQ RAM Memory16GB Storage256GB SSD & 1TB Hard Drive Screen Resolution1920 x 1080 Operating SystemWindows 10 Graph… Read more

How does this compare against


Agreed. Good price for the specs.


Incredible price!


Because its not a £300 dell...


Good price, no idea why so cold. Heat from me.

Free Black Ops 4 Download with Asus Gaming monitors on
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
For a limited time, when you buy a qualifying item from the list of items in this page, you will receive a promotional code to download a digital copy of Call of Duty - Black Ops 4… Read more

Your link doesn't work mate


This also applies to a few ASUS routers here. Confirmed in live chat that the code can be used on PS4, Xbox and PC.


Is the download code for PC only?


Got it, my mistake.



ASUS GEFORCE RTX 2080 ROG STRIX OC 8192MB £899.99 + £9.90 del - £909.89 at Overclockers
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Seems a few details aren't out yet for OC? But for anyone after one then the discount maybe worth it? SPECIFICATIONS ROG-STRIX-RTX2080-O8G-GAMING Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 PCI-Expre… Read more



Like an idiot I'll pay £700 for one of these (just don't see the point in going from a 1070 to a 1080ti) but not a penny more. Hoping the cards tank and we get much better pricing


wow. no common sense from these companies anymore. £200 extra for custom cooling solution? and prices from nVidia... they really must think we are all morons.


Saying nothing COLD


OR you can get a 1080 Ti, which is similar performance-wise, for less. Theres a reason the 2080s are selling so poorly, the use case just isn't there, you're essentially paying for a feature you can't experience yet (as no/few games support RT). IMHO, unless you have money to throw at a 2080 Ti, it makes most sense to skip this generation (don't be an early adopter) and buy into the technology once its more mature, has more games that support it and can run said technology at better than 60 fps.

ASUS ROG MAXIMUS X HERO INTEL Z370 DDR4 Motherboard £229.99 + £10.50 del - £240.49 at overclockers
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
One of the best DDR4 motherboards out there for Overclocking (if not, the best) - what I've read up anyway, I just bought one for my 8700k. ROG MAXIMUS X HERO INTEL Z370 (SOCKET 1… Read more

Couldn't see the wifi spec on the one listed in this post?


Great board, paid £200 last December when eBay had 20% off.


I paid nearer 200 in August!


Also the Z390 version has released for only a little more. If I’m spending £240 on a motherboard I’d pay the little extra for the newer one.


I purchased this two days ago on Amazon for 229.99: Unless the version listed above includes the Wifi functionality, It's overpriced. Edit: Not overpriced, but comes out more expensive due to delivery cost.

ASUS ZenFone 4 Max  4100mAh 3GB RAM 32GB ROM MT6737 1.25 GHz Quad Core 4G Smartphone £69.65  Banggood (use app or subscribe)
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
looking at the specs this looks pretty good for the money. Android 7 as well.
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It’s £77 not £69.65 moderator expire the deal


Couldn't get it to work, possibility because of an already discounted price.


There is a 10% off if you use the APP. Not tried it though.


Not getting it under £77. Shame. Looks like a 10% code is needed.


After all the 'no Band 20' jokes in recent years, I've actually forgotten what it means (lol)

Asus Zenfone Max Pro ( M1 ) 6.0 inch 4G Phablet Global Version - BLACK 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM £193.75 @ GearBest
Shipping from CNShipping from ChinaFound 11th OctFound 11th Oct
I am looking for replacement for my Lenovo P2 . Which prompted me to buy this. language. Description: Asus Zenfone Max Pro ( M1 ) as a phablet features 6.0 inch display afford y… Read more

I've had 2 Zen Phones over the years and both have been superb. Heat.


Both are not even midranges so camera is nothing to talk about but in these two xamoni rn5pro has better


Note 5 pro or note 6 pro?


Do you have a link please bud? (y)


This phone has real dual SIM though and the even bigger battery, but yeah it's a lot to pay for that

ASUS VivoBook E203NA 11.6" Laptop Intel Dual Core, 2GB, 32GB eMMC £104.99 Refurb Delivered with code @ Laptop Outlet
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
This looks to be a decent option if you are considering picking up a very basic laptop for things like emails, web browsing etc. You'll need to use the code LOCT15 at checkout t… Read more

You're right. 2GB RAM was fine but 4GB is pretty common now on this type of machine and makes a huge difference. One big mainboard makes it all cheaper though. This is too much for a refurb though if you ask me...


REFURBISHED come on, this is from an editor too....


Only 2gb ram , small screen cold . Ram cannot be updated. Good old days when you can update ram , hard disk , cpu etc . Now everything is soldered and disabled in crippling Intel Management Engine even if you are smart enough to solder .


IT-Zoo or Tier1, this time it was IT-Zoo, I only buy from these places. Didn't even spot that... if it's not new, it's not great value then...


Any link for Lenovo x240?

ASUS VivoBook F407MA 14" Intel® Pentium® Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Grey - Currys  £329.99 @ Ebay
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Was on the lookout for a deal on a laptop for around the £300 mark,saw this and apart from the 4gb of ram looks a decent deal.Not sure on the quality of ASUS so would welcome comme… Read more
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N5000 isn’t a bad CPU but it’s not worth £299. It’s a derivative/improvementof the 2013 Bay Trail Atoms, decent low power chips but designed for tablets really. Also the i3 laptop is the F510UA-EJ1188T not the F407MA so there’s obviously a massive discrepancy somewhere as both are mentioned in various places. I wouldn’t be risking it.


Apologies was pissed as a fart ha, anyway some of the feedback for that item indicates that you MAY receive a lesser specced machine for your cash


It's as capable as a 7th gen i3




But is it good performance or as capable as at least the i3

ASUS 144Hz 24 inch Widescreen LED Multimedia 3D Monitor with Free Black ops  4 Promo £199.97 @ Amazon
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
I purchased this monitor myself even though i know there are curved monitors out there at similar prices or less in fact with the recent excellent Samsung deals but i did want bla… Read more
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Amazon have removed the free Black Ops as it appears to be an error. The ASUS promotion includes the slightly more expensive MG284QE and not the advertised VG284QE.


I've the 27" version of this monitor & can't fault it... try 3d vision it's not as new as VR but for clearer resolution in 3d it still is way ahead of VR...


if you want a TN panel get the XG2402, otherwise the AOC C24G1 is the best 1080p 144hz curved VA out there and cheaper than samsung


This monitor came out 6 years old and is always around this price point.


Don't get this monitor, it's absolutely awful. There are much better monitors around the £200 mark.

Asus Chromebook CB3-431 with Sleeve and Mouse Costco instore
LocalLocalFound 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Asus Chromebook CB3-431 with Sleeve and Mouse Costco
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What's a good Chromebook for £200 Max.. best recommendations if any please?


I'm a new Chromebook convert and can run Linux apps on my Acer 15 without having to install Linuxmint etc. It's not perfect by any means but I can browser the internet Google free using Firefox and edit my videos using Kdenlive. When you launch the first Linux app, it takes a while to get on it's feet but subsequent launches are quick. Google still need to work on having Chorme OS, Android and Linux on one platform but its a good start. The future for Chromebooks is looking bright. To anyone buying a CB, just make sure its got a touchscreen, has the Google Play store and can run Linux apps. In the next year, there are bound to be lots of deals that lack one of these.


I'm a Chromebook fan - but not at that price. I'd rather go for the white hot: for the same price and bung full Linux on it. Cuts dependency on the cloud. It wouldn't be 'instant on' but with something like Linuxmint it should boot in around 30 seconds which is not much of a downside. You could run Win10 as a VM if that's your poison. Better as a guest than a host imho.


It may well be the best price on offer today but there's no way I'd pay that price for this machine.


Cold, shouldn't be too much over £200

Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Intel Core i5-7300HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 1000GB HDD No Optical Drive Dedicated GeForce GTX 1050 2GB Graphics USB3… Read more

Oh pipe down you muppet


your the one been silly lad


Not available and showing price of £732


Can I upgrade this laptop with an SSD?


Don't be silly

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