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OMEN by HP 15-dc0029na Gaming Laptop - GTX 1060 144 Hz £1124.10 with code @ HP
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Windows 10 Home 64 Intel® Core™ i7-8750H (2.2 GHz base frequency, up to 4.1 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, 9 MB cache, 6 cores) 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal FHD 144 Hz IPS ant… Read more

The markets changed. You'll be lucky to find the deals that were around a while ago.


That was a bargain, but when I got this I wanted the best for my budget at the time, this has the full 1060gtx 6gb mobile, not the max-q most come with, this also has speedy 1tb 7200 hdd as well as the 256gb ssd, the ram is ddr4 2666 and the screen is 144hz gsync, I still think this is a good deal tbh.


Yup. Cheaper laptops tend to cost less money.


So you bought a cheaper laptop, with inferior spec, for less money, shocking!


I'm sure it's great. It's just £300 more than most people would be prepared to pay for the spec. For example, whilst this has an inferior spec, only 3gb 1060 and 7th gen CPU, it's nearly half the price of this (it's the laptop I have ;) ) and this was way back in June when GPU prices were still daft

MSI Stealth Thin GS65 15.6" Intel® Core™ i7 GTX 1070 Gaming Laptop - 256 GB SSD @ Currys 1559.00 with TCB
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
This is the 8RF Gtx1070 version (around £200-£300 more everywhere else) not the 8RE. Dont forget TopCashBack of £40 on any windows laptop through curry's also Bringing it down to… Read more
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Have you got your Predator?

whitey6272 Get a good score on trust pilot too.


That'll cost close to 4 grand though.


Which third party would you recommend?


You'll have a year as standard won't you? After that it 'accidently takes a trip down your stairs' on the house insurance (lol) (lol) . Only joking ;) Maybe get a third party laptop warranty?

Refurbished ASUS Strix GL503 15.6 In i5 8GB 128GB SSD 1TB HDD Nvidia GTX1050Ti Gaming Laptop, £669.99 at Argos/ebay
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee Model number: GL503GE-EN234T. General Information: Up to 4 hours battery life. Size H2.4, W38.4, D26.2cm. Weight 2.6kg. CPU, Memo… Read more

It's likely because the market is about to be swamped with RTX mobile parts. Expect to see an increase in the older models being cleared/more refurb models. I wouldn't expect dramatic price drops however. This kind of tech (gaming laptops) always have a strong bottom end selling point and retailers know it.


Sure I am just unlucky here (and not voting) but bought my son a Asus gaming laptop last year - Motherboard has failed 13months later and 1 month out of warranty. so the 12 month warranty on these (to me) high end machines isn't really acceptable. My 3 'old' Dells are still chugging along..


Or maybe just someone who realises the trend in the market (lol) ? When a new phone comes out... the previous generation drops in price.


Another future teller (cheeky)


With thw new RTX series being released the prices will drop more in the coming weeks. Hold off if you can

Refurbished Medion P6679 15.6 Inch Intel i5 2.5GHz 8GB 1TB GTX950M 4GB Gaming Laptop, £345.99 at Argos/ebay
Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee CPU, Memory and Operating System: Intel Core i5 7200u dual core processor. 2.5GHz processor speed. 8GB RAM. 1TB HDD storage. Micr… Read more

spec suggests it has an optical drive so in theory that could be swapped with the correct adapter and ssd could be added


Any extra room in this to add ssd?


GPU is better than every £600-700 laptop that has no gpu only integrated intel. It will play Fortnite, LoL, Dota2 at 1080p 60fps. You can sell the 1tb drive for £40~ and replace with an ssd.


True. This will cope with most games on lower settings though. It will do The FortNight fine ;)


agree, its a very reasonable price, but my concern would be that a user buying this and expecting it to be able to play games at high(ish) settings with a decent frame rate might regret the purchase at later date.

Refurbished Medion P6681 15.6 Inch Intel i5 2.5GHz 8GB 1TB GTX1050 4GB Gaming Laptop, £449.99 at Argos/ebay
Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 with 4096MB VRAM. CPU, Memory and Operating System: Intel Core i5 7200U dual core processor. 2.5GHz proce… Read more

Wouldn't go near this with a dual core CPU personally


Is there any reason this would lack against the Asus (John Lewis) posted earlier? Thanks! I also can't seem to find if this has an IPS screen, which I know is quite important nowadays but if I'm missing anything else it'd be appreciated!


I been waiting ages for a good gaming laptop i5 7/8th gen gfx1060 and 8gb ram to drop in price!!!!

Refurbished Acer Predator G3-710 Intel i5 3GHz 8GB 1TB 128GB Nvidia GTX1060 6GB Gaming Tower PC, £683.99 at Argos/ebay
Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee CPU and Memory: Intel Core i5Intel core i5 7400 processor. Quad core processor. Processor speed 3GHz. 8GB RAM DDR4. Hard driv… Read more

My experience of Acer laptops has not been good. Makes you wonder what 'refurbished' really means.


God one of these. Had to eventually get my money back as it kept breaking.


I wonder if they would get as many sales if they called it the Acer Daisy


Acer = broken down all the time

Asus Vivobook K570ZD-E4069T Gaming Laptop 15.6-Ryzen 7 2700u -8GB RAM-256GB SSD-GTX 1050 On Offer at £649.99 @ John Lewis & Partners
Refreshed 13th JanRefreshed 13th Jan
This has just be reduced down to £649.99 from £999.99 making it a very reasonable price for what it is. You would likely struggle to find more bang for you buck at this price! Com… Read more
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How would this deal with video editing? My lass is after a laptop


It’s a decent laptop, build quality is very good. Speed wise it’s pretty nippy, the SSD ensures that. The screen is nice and clear, obviously it’s a FHD screen but some can look awful but this one is very clear. What everyone is saying about the graphics card is basically correct, the laptop is just within the spectrum of a gaming laptop the 1050 can run Full HD Gaming on 60fps pretty easily, anything above it will struggle. Overall I still say for the price it’s very nice laptop obviously people have their own preferences and opinions, I personally would prefer an i5 8th gen or an i7, but in real life I have noticed nothing wrong with the Ryzen 7. If you are okay with the size of it (it’s not the thinnest laptop in the world) then I can’t imagine you would regret it. I don’t own this laptop I am just lucky enough to be able to test run a great deal of laptops :)




Thanks (y) always great when a owner (I think by picture) replies ... What do you think of the laptop ? My 11 year old desktop is finally dead (not worth spending any time or money on so I am now more seriously looking) I'm also mainly looking for video/photo editing less in the going side. Thanks


I was reading something today about another laptop with a discrete GPU. Looks like the reason they may have designed it this way was that the 1050 kicks in only if you're gaming. For everything else, it uses the on-chip Vega. Makes sense - improves power consumption when you're not gaming.

Refurbished ASUS FX504 15.6 In i5-8300H 8GB 1TB GTX1050 4GB Gaming Laptop, £524.99 at Argos/ebay
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
Free delivery. Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee Model number: FX504GD-E4673T. General Information: Up to 4 hours battery life. Size H2.5, W38.4, D26.2cm. Weight 2.… Read more

Dont know about this graphics card in particular but have this laptop, and very impressed with it. Recommended


Glad some people dislike this laptop. I snapped this on ebay for £600, but mine has m.2 SSD in addition to 1TB, 120Hz screen and a 6GB GTX 1060. With an undervolted CPU these have no throttling and no thermal issues, while remaining some of the slimmest and lightest models out there. Brilliant laptop!


I5-8300H & GTX1050 for £524.99....and it's refurbished?? Rip-Off Britain at it's finest!


Yeah compared to this night and day, I personally went a bit more and got an MSI Raider! Fantastic laptop, IMO better to pay a bit more for a laptop that can actually perform like it should and look good too!


Is the dell g3 worth considering?

MSI 17" Leopard Pro GP72MVR FHD i7 8GB 128SSD GTX 1060 3 GB Gaming Laptop, £899.99 at Box
Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Free Delivery by 16th January



Yeah, cuz as an example I've given a link to a microwave oven, not a laptop with nearly identical price & specs. You go get em' man! Competition of items never brings any good!


You can probably get a different item, with different specifications for a different price. I thought this was worth pointing out


My bad, this is actually pretty nice deal; I just had this Dell G5 in mind which was at almost identical price quite a few times in the past. Battery life also few hours longer


Can you post a link please, as prefer to get the 6gb version if almost the same. Ta

Dell G3 15 Gaming Laptop i7, 128GB M.2+1TB, 8GB, GTX 1050 Ti  4GB, £773 at Dell with code
Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Free delivery. Enter code in shopping basket to apply discount. Accessories excluded from this offer. Offer ends January 10th. Offer ends January 10th.

Not hard to find but try this....


Give me a link please


Machine is available and at £786 inc. VAT with the discount code.


Yeah but that price is excluding a VAT


Think it says out of stock :|

Asus FX504 i5 8th gen GTX 1060 120hz screen - £799.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
790 with the £1 which trial. Seems like a solid deal for the price, the only problem is I don't know how reliable these laptops are with thermals, build quality etc. It also has a… Read more
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I've got the 8th gen I7 version of this laptop. Cool air is drawn from underneath (possibly as well as from on top - there are grills top and bottom, and on the sides). Build quality seems fine but as I've come from a seven-year old ASUS, I haven't really got anything to compare it to. I have had no thermal issues at all (whether during game play or video rendering). I have however seen power throttling (as indicated by the Intel Tuning Utility). I have not noticed any adverse effects as a result of that. I've been following an interesting thread (here) and trying various tweaks through throttlestop and afterburner to try and reduce the incidence of power throttling. But since I have not experienced any actual issues, this has been more out of curiosity than anything else. If willy-waving over cinebench scores is your thing, you may be disappointed with this laptop. However, if you just want a decent laptop that works, then on my experience this one is a good buy. And for anybody interested, there is a new BIOS update (305) which, oddly, only seems to be obtainable through updating the "System Firmware" in Device Manager.


What's the build quality like for Asus?


What's the best laptop for under £1000 for gaming / work?


Where do these take their input airstream from? I've read somewhere that it is from holes between the keys, at the topside of the laptop and not the underside - so using the laptop closed (as a desktop with external keyboard mouse and monitor) doesn't work well. I have a laptop tray that incorporates 4 Peltier coolers within it - blowing cooled air out the 1" square holes from which the blanking plates have been removed. So it is easy to line the holes up with the laptop air intake, if it;s in the bottom. Not good with a laptop that takes air from topside, though. Not idle curiosity - I need a laptop, but am a bit put off this one, by the thought of it over-heating.


One owner was saying it runs great (1080p 60fps ultra) and is happy while the other is looking into the specifics and noticing he's not getting max performance. If you're looking at casual gaming this is still a great choice for the price. It seems the throttling only happens to the GPU yet still manages to get 1080p 60fps at ultra, so how is this not a good deal? In fact a recent BIOS update apparently increased the performance 15-20%.

Gaming Laptop - HP Omen by HP 17-an014na 17.3" £1159 @ AO
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
GTX 1070 8GB I7-700HQ 17.3in Screen size (LCD) 8gb ram ddr4 1tb hard drive 128gb SSD * use discount code 40LAPTOP to get £40 off*
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Retail price was £1799 but I got an open box one for a reasonable price


Was it 1699?


Intel version, Got it from Currys Pcworld Clearance


Did you get the AMD or Intel? Also where did you get it? Can't find any deals, let alone good deals on it at all right now.


If only it was still available ;(

Asus TUF FX504GM 15.6" Gaming Laptop Includes Bag & Mouse 6gb 1060 and i7 8750 for £989 at
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
For the spec i dont think its to bad, they had a 1070 for £1200 as well.
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Yeah thought so, you haven't been running any benchmarking/testing software to monitor it... oh dear... just an fps counter on Steam... :|


I can see the FPS, it's a setting in steam, and the FPS scores I'm getting are great... It doesn't freeze or stutter. Nothing but good experiences with this laptop personally...


Wrong, I take it you haven't tested or benchmarked on a gaming laptop then!? Just because you think everything seems okay on your screen doesn't mean that is the case, throttling affects FPS too. People on my channel commented my FPS numbers were lower than what it should be for that GPU, do you know why that was? It was throttling, I run throttlestop in the background and it was telling me while gaming the laptop was throttling. Not only was it reducing FPS it affected temps, and sometimes it caused stutters/freeze in games. Just so you know just because it doesn't do that for you or didn't do it all the time for me doesn't mean its not throttling, I know what I am talking about here! Its not just about smoothness/freezing/stutter, I can drop the FPS from what it really should be performing at because of throttling. I have my own channel, with many subscribers who like me are into PC Gaming and also benchmark/test games. I am just warning gamers to the issues these have, and as said above ASUS urgently should be recalling these as they are not fit for purpose!


It CAN but it's not. Like I said. I can see all these things if they happen...


I can see how it performs... If it stutters or slows down there's something wrong with it. If it runs everything I need at great FPS then it's working as it should...

Asus ROG Strix GL702ZC Gaming laptop £899.97 Asus Shop
Found 1st JanFound 1st Jan
Not really read up much on the AMD processors or gpus, does this seem a good deal? AMD Ryzen 5 1600 / 3.2 GHz Max Turbo Speed 3.6 GHz Hexa Core Processor 8GB RAM, 1TB+256GB SSHD… Read more

Good spec for a laptop. A little expensive yes but for the screen size and quality it's actually ok. The screen also supports free sync which is a nice little bonus. Heat! :D


Woah, this is basically a desktop computer in a laptop :p


Plus there's room to upgrade the cpu when needed in the future, it's running a desktop processor which can be changed, extra ram slot for adding extra ram I'm half tempted to get it myself, I'm just holiding out on the next gen 20 series graffics cards to come out and hopefully drop prices of the 10 series gtx laptops




I gotta be honest, after posting it late last night, I read reviews on it this morning, apart from a poor battery life which isn't important to me, it's actually got some good reviews comparing it to Intel machines with the gtx 1060 it did really well. So for a 17" screen as a gaming machine I thought it was a good deal tbh Most gtx 1060 machines are around £1k at the moment.

Good price for a Ryzen 7 Vega 10 APU using discount code on an already discounted laptop. £449.10 @ Currys Ebay
Found 31st Dec 2018Found 31st Dec 2018
Pretty good price for the specs. Full HD, Ryzen 7, Vega 10, 8 GB Ram, only thing that lets it down is the 1TB HDD. But for the price, great laptop. Could call it an entry level gam… Read more

Thank you all for your inputs.


There are many different factors that contribute to image quality, resolution is only one of them. Colour space coverage is the main shortcoming of TN panels commonly used in cheap laptops, It determines how vivid the image appears. A TN can at best manage a grey-looking ('washed out') red, or green or blue. IPS can do much better though there are still tiers of technology under that umbrella so a professional IPS display will be better than whatever you find in a bargain laptop.


Unable to google?


It says it has full HD why does ips matter? Novice here


This is a good laptop for the price. It is very easy to replace the hard drive to an SSD on this laptop. If you want to spend no more than £400 - 450 then you wont get much better than this.

Medion P7651 i7 8GB 1TB GTX1050 Gaming Laptop - Black at Argos for £749
Found 31st Dec 2018Found 31st Dec 2018
I'm not sure how good this is... But after recent research it seems a decent price... Just a shame there's none available near me! :( ABOUT THIS PRODUCT MEDION ERAZER P7651 is a… Read more
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Are MSI the best gaming laptops cost to performance wise? I'm lost with them all... I understand the spec isn't everything but also the cooling. I don't want to spend more than 1k....


Fair point made... I've been looking for so long for a gaming laptop that everything's looking the same! (lol)


1050 :( 4 GB >.< no SSD :o Wouldnt be claiming this to be high end tbh


Poor offer, needs to be closer to 500

ASUS ROG Zephyrus GX501GI-EI005T 15.6-Inch FHD 144 Hz with 3 ms Screen Gaming Laptop (Black)
Found 29th Dec 2018Found 29th Dec 2018
GX501GI/i7 15.6" FHD 16GB 512GB Win 10 - Compact and powerful Windows 10 laptop that packs a powerful processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10-Series graphics. A high capacity battery e… Read more
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What? Then you've never played on a proper PC. I have PS4 and (not even that new) PC (and XB1 I never switch on these days) and PC is far superior in every way. Not wanting to start a PC master race war, but seriously?


good price me think, but bad timing to send this kinda of money RTX 20 series laptops around the corner... expect this to drop futther.....


You would bet wrong. You've never seen anything above 60 Hz refresh. There is no going back to crappy 60fps once you've played on higher than that.


Plug in a PS4 controller or any preferred controller into your PC and away you go. I don't play any PC games with a keyboard.


To play games above 60 FPS, which looks terrible after playing at over 100.

HP OMEN 17-an101na Gaming Laptop - £999.99 @ Microsoft Store
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
The power to dominate is yours with the HP OMEN. An 8th gen Intel Core i7 processor and VR-ready NVIDIA graphics lead the charge, giving this gaming beast plenty of muscle to take … Read more

Because you are getting what you pay for with this one...


Shame not got the thin bezill screen anyone no why this version hasn't??


Yep, ya Can make a nice lil saving that way, but bare in mind you can only put about £855 credit into a Microsoft account via gift cards.


This is a very hot deal. I have the 15" 7700 version and it's excellent. I know it's a different processor but the thermals are very good and with this being a 17" model I'd imagine it would have better cooling.

Aaron_Kinsey price match also get them to use 40laptop code to get 40 pound off extra

HP Omen by HP 17-an014na 17.3" Gaming Laptop - Shadow Black - £1199 @ AO
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Dedicated GeForce® GTX 1070 8GB graphics - VR ready 7th gen Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ quad core processor 8GB of DDR4 RAM delivers seamless multitasking 1TB hard drive with a 128GB… Read more
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(y) Good luck with the Mrs. (lol) (lol)


Same as me, the missus will hit the roof when she sees me unboxing a huge impractical gaming laptop and not a mac or something that we had been discussing. (lol) The noise wouldn't be a problem for me it's more the heat escaping through the keyboard and getting hot and sticky that used to do my head in years ago on an old budget gaming laptop. Got a friend who is a student and HP have upto 35% discount on UNIDAYS so if I can get a good discount I'll probably go for the OMEN but if I can't I'll think I'll be going for this (y) Cheers for sharing.


This is my first gaming pc for about 15 years so I'm a bit of a noob again, I'm used to console gaming these days but we needed a new laptop anyway so why not? :) I've not used it for an extended gaming session yet, I had to wait for the CoD download to be confirmed and I didn't have much else to play in the mean time. I have played a little Fortnite and Eve though, you can obviously hear the fans when playing but no more than I would expect and not noticeable at all with a headset on.


That seems fairly decent deal considering the spec. How is the fan noise and the thermals? I'm keen on getting this: from researching its a huge improvement on the one listed on this deal (2017 version) Only gripe is HP had a 15%off code that's now expired.


After a bit of research i decided on an offer from for an MSI GP 73 Leopard in the end. It was £1389 with a few freebies thrown in (CoD Black Ops 4, Fortnite pack, headset, bag and soft toy Dragon :D ). It's a 17.3 inch, i7 8th gen, 16gb ram, 1070 8gb gpu, 256 SSD, 1tb HDD so worth the extra £££ even without the dragon imo (lol) . It was only listed as £10 off so I didn't post it here, however the day after I bought it, it went up to £1599! It is back down to £1399 now though (I just checked). (y)

Refurbished ASUS Strix i5 8300H, 8GB,128 SSD, FHD IPS 120 Hz, Nvidia GTX1050Ti 4GB Gaming Laptop £594.99 at argos/ebay
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee. With code.

Thanks, and I really appreciate the option you linked, but I'm looking for a 15",I will just have to keep searching!


Sorry to hear that, how about this one :/


yeah, payment was declined , and now powpow15 isn't working anymore. :(


Ebay is dead slow now :/


Thanks for this! I've just purchased one. Seems good for the price, a lot of positive reviews too.

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