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ASUS VivoBook S15 S530FA-EJ042T 15.6" NanoEdge Screen Full HD Display Laptop Intel® Core™ I5-8265U Processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB £499.99 @ Asus
Found 12 h, 22 m agoFound 12 h, 22 m ago
Spotted this deal, pretty good mid range Laptop for the money. 0% 12 months PayPal credit too!
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upgrade options here


Huawei. It should do better viewing angles.


If a laptop has two internal hard drive bays, I dont see why not. You could get it, it is a decent machine, if you are not happy with mechanical drive you could always upgrade to ssd.


On paper but look at these thick bezels. Bleeee, average battery life and not the fastest.

ASUS TUF GAMING FX504GD-E41275T i5 8GB 256 SSD GTX 1050 Laptop £549
Found 19 h, 2 m agoFound 19 h, 2 m ago
could anybody advise if this is any good deal for a beginner into gaming or should i go for something a little extra i don't want to spend more than £650. Any advice would be appre… Read more
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This looks like the best sub £600 laptop on here at moment ??? Looking for daughter for uni with Photoshop intensive work


Do you prefer Asus to Dell?


Probably not in the 2D mode but I am pre-empting the question as the question is asked more often than not :)


Does Football Manager even need a GPU these days (lol) not mocking, I just remember this being the benchmark of whether a laptop is good back in the day (though I have zero interest in it) and always thought it was CPU bound.


Its a FUll HD screen so if you want to play games on it the graphics card is more than suitable, especially for this price. It will have no problems with Football manager.

ASUS 15.6" Gaming Laptop  Ryzen R5 3350H / RX560X  / Full HD / IPS / Freesync / 8GB RAM / 1TB Hybrid Drive £535.72 with code @ eBay / Ebuyer
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Real good price, that's now beating the next best by £14.26, which might not seem loads but at the £549.98 mark, it's a cracking price anyway. So anything under that is great imo. … Read more

Nooo ;( Thanks for the advice (y)


If that is actually case, and Adobe haven't bothered to optimise workloads for multi-core/thread (highly doubtful), then Intel is your only option there. AMD are abysmal when it comes to lower core workloads.


Oh wow really? Never would have guessed, since it's been that way since the incarnation of the console space. It's amazing that a box full of cheap nasty components, mass produced in their millions, can have such great value. Oh and free coil whine with every PS4 Pro, a true bargain. To top it all off, you get to pay £40 for a newly released game and have the pleasure of playing it at 27fps with a controller. The only thing the next round of consoles can do to upset the PC community is if they both natively support mouse + kb for every game. They'll both have freesync support no doubt, but using a controller for any kind of FPS/shooter (you know, the most popular genres) feels like playing with broken hands. You could spend twice the amount of a PS4 Pro on a gaming PC, and get locked 60fps on everything at 1080p. They cannot be compared equally. Oh and be fully prepared for your baseline PS5/XBTWO to cost considerably more than what even the PS4 Pro costs now.


By the sounds of it a dual core cpu should be fine then (y)


Pcs and laptops are going to look very expensive when the next gen consoles are released

ASUS Vivobook X540MA 15.6" Full HD Laptop Intel Celeron 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD at ASUS £229.99
30/04/2019Expires on 30/04/2019Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Good price and spec for entry laptop Most laptops in this range only come with a HD screen so nice to see ASUS are offering this laptop with a Full HD screen this price so seems … Read more
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If only they'd of put an SSD in it, might have made up for the woeful CPU


Useless CPU. The screen is Full HD but I reckon if you tried playing a 1080p movie on it, it would kill it (lol)


Asus are very good with bios updates and solutions. They are in big loss this year due to Intel cpu shortage.


That's a BEAUTIFUL price!!. :-D But the CPU smashes it ... lol. Nice cheap Laptop though. :-)

Asus Vivobook Pro 15" - i7-8750H / 8GB RAM / FHD / USB C / 1TB + 16GB Optane / 1050 4GB £649.97 @ Box [ + Hitman 2 & TW:WH2 & more Freebies]
30/04/2019Expires on 30/04/2019Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Well specc'd 15.6" Full HD laptop with the i7-8759H Hexa core CPU in there. Alongside 8GB Ram and 1TB of storage, as well as the 16GB Intel Optane, which should speed things up nic… Read more

I actually updated the post a few times because I thought I had found 'the real' 4K screen model. Then I see another page with different info. I ended up just deleting it all. Funny though the 4K was specced at 100% sRGB and I was deffo gunning for that. Maybe there was even another 4K that wasn't 100% sRGB floating around? Crazy there wasn't some consistency over this as it's a major thing. (Only just seen you replied).


Can the hdd be swapped out for an ssd easily?


Does yours have the same graphics card? Just wondering if you have used it for video editing at all?


I bought an earlier model of this a couple of years ago (ux501vw with 6th gen i7). Same problem then, some listings said 4k, some said FHD. Turns out the 4k screen was standard spec in some countries, but all UK models were FHD. There was a saving grace though. According to reviews, the 4k screen was an awful gloss panel with poor colour reproduction. The FHD I got was a very high-end panel with very deep, rich colours, great contrast and a matt finish, which means you're not constantly looking at a reflection of yourself. Used it every day for 4 years now for work and some light gaming and it's a stunning machine.


There's a contradiction in the listing? Box says fhd. But if you look at the Asus info, even on their own page Here it says 4k 100% srbg. EDIT This is FHD. Bit naughty to say this is 4k in the product overview on box web page.

Asus Vivobook 15.6" - N4000 / 1TB / 4GB RAM £199.97 @ Box [Free BullGuard Internet Security 12 Months Subscription]
30/04/2019Expires on 30/04/2019Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
If it's a lower budget new laptop you're on the lookout for, for casual use then under £200 on this Vivibook isn't half bad. There's plenty of storage there and you can always upgr… Read more

Thanks OP. Just ordered one. I only use it for general browsing and some word and excel documents, so will hopefully be just what I need.


1. It's sold out...and 2. It's a refurb


I'll hold off cheere


Not really. This CPU is in Core 2 Duo territory, which is technology that was used more than 10 years ago... It will only be good for web browsing and it may even struggle with more demanding websites. This is really bottom of the range and CPU hardly suitable for a full grown laptop in my opinion.


yep, not directly comparable like i said however the one i linked has an m.2 slot so can always add more storage or use an SD card

ASUS ZenBook UX430UA-GV414T 14 Inch Full HD Laptop Blue Metal Intel Core i5-8250U £530.17 @ Amazon Warehouse Very Good (20% off @ Checkout)
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
few of these available.ZenBook has always been a different kind of ultraportable laptop, but an elegant and enhanced UX430 is a one kind of different: we've crafted a travel-frien… Read more
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thought they had it on for a few days now


I suspect the promotion was short lived.


Doesn't apply 20% for me at checkout? :/


I know what you're saying. When you buy something already scratched, you don't need to be as careful with it. Still, it is worth knowing, as I've some people saying it's a lottery with amazon warehouse. Most of my laptops are second hand so it's not something I stress over.


It’ll get scratched anyway. For me, having a laptop with some marks lets me still look after it but not freak out about hairline scratches and marks - it lets me use it like a laptop! I think I even prefer a lightly used machine.

ASUS FX504GM i7-8750H, 256GB SSD M.2+1TB, 8GB DDR4, GTX 1060 6GB GAMING LAPTOP, £849.99 at Box (+£100 worth of games)
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Decent discount with games bonus. Key Features Intel Core i7-8750H Hexa-Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Wide-View 120Hz 3ms Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM … Read more

Not at all. Even handles 3ds max and the unreal engine perfectly. I'm just looking for RAM if I come across a decent priced stick but right now found no bottlenecks. As someone else stated the fans make a bit of a noise but that's a minor.


Would you need the extra 8gb if you only plan on using the machine for gaming and not much else?


I bought it in August for similar price. Plays everything I've thrown at it. The fans do get loud but i play with headphones anyway so don't notice it. I've read about the thermals and overclocking etc but I've never seen any slow down. I'd recommend it


And regarding the RAM yes I'm on the lookout for 8 more


I have this. Haven't felt it's overheating but the battery life is a tad disappointing. Max 2 hours however as a gaming machine i really really enjoy it.

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Asus Scar GL703GS 17.3" i7-8750H 16GB 256+1TB GTX1070 120Hz Gaming Laptop, £1237.50 at AO-with code
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Key Features Dedicated GeForce® GTX 1070 8GB graphics - VR ready 8th gen Intel® Core™ i7-8750H hexa core processor 16GB of DDR4 RAM - run the most demanding software 1TB… Read more

I'm sure i read about those 120 ips panels having terrible latency


it's 120Hz


Even at 120 (that's what is showing at their website) it's still great :)


Only thing is it seems there's both a 2017 and 2018 it may be this is an older one? No idea lol.


Is that ram 2x8gb for dual channel?

ASUS FX503VM-DM093T 15.6",  i7-7700HQ, 128SSD+1TB, 8GB,  GTX 1060 6GB Gaming Laptop, £849.99 at BOX(free backpack)
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Price dropped today. Key Features Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 128GB SSD + 1000GB HDD Dedic… Read more

Yeah this is normal - mines does the same


I think the FX705GM on laptops direct for £950 is a better deal. 8th gen i7 plus 17.3 inch.


If gaming is under 90 then it's fine... There's only like 3 heat pipes so that's understandable.


I have a gl503 -V , i7 and 1060... but still overhear like crazy... normal running is 60 degree ... gaming is 80 + degree.. is that normal?


You'll find a tutorials on youtube, as well as how to do a bios update. I would still buy it at this price

£40 off Laptops at AO using code (e.g. Surface Go from £439, ASUS Laptop with 256GB SSD £359 + More in OP)
Refreshed 26th MarRefreshed 26th Mar
Just noticed that a new code for laptops has now went live over on AO, giving you £40 off the cost of a new laptop. Some decent bargains to be found depending on what you are look… Read more

Wow. Thanks for the link. I know that I should have waited.....too late now, I got an ipad instead but this is a great price. What to do u wrap ipad from gift paper and send it back for this? I cant now, dam I cant !!!!!!


See new thread .. Huawei MateBook D 14” laptop 8gb Ram 256 ssd £559.99 @ Amazon (Deal of the day) today 08 Apr 2019 £559.99


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Perhaps patience is still a virtue. In the meantime I have 3camel email alerted it.


Yup but last week it was listed @ 599 on amazon, two weeks ago it was £ 550. Dont pay 699 for it. It is not worth it.

ASUS VivoBook S15 S530 15.6 Inch Full HD NanoEdge Laptop i5 £559.99 @ Amazon
Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
LIMITED TIME OFFER! Great deal one of Asus' new laptops, i5 processor, Full HD Screen and 256GB SSD just for £559.99 Comes in a variety of colours as well which is nice touch from… Read more
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Like i said some manufacture refurbs are brand new apparently. If some have been not right from the start. That isn't second hand either. I know your argue that if someone has purchased a product and has not worked from the start, you will argue that is second hand. Which techically you would be right, but you never know. No miles on the clock, everything brand new.


Or what the real definition or refurbished is


just looking for a bit of verification ;) just like when seeing who the real dad is


I'm not sure but HUKD needs one lol I appreciate the chant, but I wouldn't get the job. I've tried and failed to stop you two bickering multiple times.


does jeremy kyle have a security guy like on jerry springer... 'steve'? looking to fill the position? offers a perfect ringside view *chants* JMN JMN JMN JMN

ASUS ROG GL504GS-ES111T 15.6 Inch 144 Hz 3 ms Gaming Laptop - (Black) - £1399.97 @ Amazon
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
ASUS ROG GL504GS-ES111T 15.6 Inch 144 Hz 3 ms Gaming Laptop - (Black) (Intel i7-8750H, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD PCI-e, NVIDIA GTX 1070 8 GB GDDR5 Graphics, Windows 10) Hi guys, first… Read more

Another LIES, my order was from 8.30, confirmation email from Amazon 8.35 So Yes everything was honoured


According to the other thread all orders before 8:42 were honoured and one person's has already arrived.


Mine got cancelled and no compensation offered


Pointless post, all were cancelled so can’t compare to that.


Not at all (y)

Asus TUF FX504GM 15.6" i5-8300H, 256GB+1TB, 8GB, GTX1060 6GB Gaming Laptop - £899 at AO (free goodies bonus)
Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
Key Features Dedicated GeForce® GTX 1060 6GB graphics - VR ready 8th gen Intel® Core™ i5-8300H quad core processor 8GB of DDR4 RAM delivers seamless multitasking 1TB h… Read more

Thanks for that looks like it was a good buy, can't wait till Thursday for my delivery. (y)


So OK I am back and got just very first benchmarks, the CPU does powerthrottle, but the clocks stayed at about 2,7ghz using Intel's XTU, so gaming would be a bit better, all testing was on overboost mode(max fan). It's not so bad as a lot of cheap laptops drop clocks hard. GPU stayed mostly on 1380mhz which is 20mhz lower than base clocks using Furmark, but it should still be faster than any 1060 MaxQ card. Temps were super good, did not exceed 73C in half hour testing. The system feels fast with the SSD and screen is gorgeous, it does shift colours on various angles so not the best IPS but that 92% NTCS and 120Hz looks so nice, smooth and vibrant, it is the best budget laptop display I ever saw. I do not like the keyboard being only red backlight lit we could choose at least colours even ifs just 1 zone, but that is just my opinion. Anything else you want to know about it, feel free to ask. Cheers


Please do. (y)


I will be picking up this laptop today! Can add check some benchmarks and see if its not power throttling like the i7 version if anyone wants.


Cool, although kind of glad I got this one because like every other PC gamer I have 300+ games to get through on Steam/GoG/HB/Origin/Uplay/Battlenet/Epic. Best not add anymore to the pile , (lol)

ASUS Vivobook E406 Laptop, Intel Celeron Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 14”, Star Grey £199.99 John Lewis & Partners
Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
£10 cheaper than the Amazon deal posted… Read more
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I don’t disagree, some of the deals on ex-lease machines are great but the ones I see are usually ok-ish. Of course if I had been in your shoes I would have bought that for £150 too!


You can get a Dell E7440 battery for £20-30, same for a ThinkPad. That’s the benefit of ex-corporate machines, hot-swappable batteries and easy serviceability as well as good build quality. The other day I got a Dell E7450 ultrabook from ITZoo, Core i7, 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD for £150 and the battery was fine, 5+ hours off light use but even factoring that in it would be under £200. Anyway, ex-lease isn’t for everyone I know that but I feel that I’m also helping reduce my and my company’s environmental impact at the same time.


I would go for the ex-lease ones if it wasn’t for the mediocre battery life and the weight. Whole idea of a laptop is portability. If you factor in the cost of a new battery then it makes it more expensive. Ex-lease machines are great value if you’re always near a power outlet and don’t mind lugging a charger around though.


Would love this just for GoG and bits and bobs... Currently have an Alienware but think it's overkill lol


£200 - eMMC?! - Does not compute. Exterminate. Exterminate.

17.3" ASUS ROG Strix SCAR GL703GS, FHD, 120Hz, IPS, i7-8750H, 16GB DDR4, 256GB NVMe+1TB HDD, 8GB GTX 1070, £1399.99 at Scan (3 free items)
Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
Free delivery. NVIDIA GTX Fortnite game bundle 94491 Player Unknown's Battlegrounds & JUST CAUSE 4 Game Download

This isn't free - you have to buy something to get it. I reported it and got a message they had taken care of it!


Was hoping this was Free..



ASUS ZenBook 14", i5, 8GB, 256GB SSD and FREE SPEAKER £899.99 ASUS store
Found 25th FebFound 25th Feb
Awesome nanoedge laptop from ASUS with Harman Kardon bluetooth speaker and optional finance. The 0% finance option is supplied by PayPal Credit, 12 monthly payments of £75. Pro… Read more
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Thanks, will close :)


This is now £999.99


Good point, not something I'd use but would be awesome for an external graphics card to get some gaming done!


Sounds like a good deal....but then i realised no thunderbolt at this price...still waiting for spectre 2019 to go down in price..


They are pricey, but the form factor is just so nice. They are killing it on the portability game!

ASUS ZenBook UX410UA Laptop, Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 14", Full HD, Silver inc 3 years warranty £499.99 John Lewis & Partners
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
ASUS ZenBook UX410UA Laptop, Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 14”, Full HD, Silver

I think this is potentially a good deal if you are more concerned with screen quality rather than processor etc. Lots of the laptops I saw in store had better stats but absolutely shocking screens. The screen on this is amazing.


I do need an update from U 14, but it's fine for now. I have a Zenbook that's at least 5-6 years old, fully erased MS.


What distribution of Linux do you use and how did you decide on what laptop to get, since there are sometimes issues in getting Linux to run on some Laptops (except business ones like ThinkPads...)?


I got one of these and run Linux through it, the speed is unreal


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