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ThundeRobot GTR Gaming Laptop 120Hz FHD IPS Screen 16 GB RAM 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD i7-7700HQ GTX 1060 6GB @Gearbest £757.58 with Coupon "GBPTES04"
Found 6 h, 16 m agoFound 6 h, 16 m ago
Brand new Laptop shipped from EU, comes with two year manufacturer warranty from haier - English Keyboard Price goes down after entering code : GBPTES04 Specs: ● 15.6 in… Read more

Shame, the specs are great for the price


I’ve never even heard of this brand


Yeah apparently they are awful in regards to warranty. If something goes wrong on this laptop then you're left with a exspensive potatoe,


I take it theres something wrong with them?


Because it's from gearbest i'm guessing.

i7 8th Gen with GTX 1050Ti Laptop for just £800! @ PC specialist
07/07/2018Expires on 07/07/2018Found 20 h, 40 m agoFound 20 h, 40 m ago
Amazing special offer on the 15.6" Vyper gaming laptop. Powered by an Intel® Core™ i7-8750H and GeForce™ GTX 1050 Ti!
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Just to add to what the others have said, also look out for good brightness, contrast & black levels. Response time is also important for gaming. It's important to read reviews rather than rely on manufacturers specs for screen performance. If a screen is advertised as having 100% sRGB coverage, for example, it'll more than likely be far below that number. is a good place to look for reviews.


I agree with those above, slapping a poor screen on to a seemingly solid and well specced laptop just hurts to see... it's so common as well!


Thank you both for explaining! Very helpful and I will remember that for the future! I had no idea that existed so you've likely saved me from a suboptimal purchase!


It is good resolution (1080p is perfectly fine) but it has really poor colour reproduction, you want something as close to or above 100% sRGB as you can get really, for other colour spaces it does differ. 45% is particularly poor so it's likely to look washed out and under saturated. Or for a more detailed answer, what CampGareth said!


There's lots of detail here but basically your eye can see lots of different colours, the range of colours you can see is called a "gamut" or a "colour space". Computers don't really understand colours but they understand numbers so they represent colours as numbers. Your monitor's job is to turn those numbers into colours you can see with your human eye. If a computer sends the value 0,255,0 to your monitor it has to display the brightest green it possibly can. If your monitor is bad it will only be able to show you a dull green, think 'racing green'. If your monitor is good it will be able to show you a green brighter than anything in the real world. NTSC is a colour space, quite a large one but much smaller than the total range your eye can see. The monitor in this laptop can only display 42% of the colours in NTSC. It is unable to display really vibrant reds, greens and blues. It will look bad, washed out, grey. Generally in a display look for 100% coverage of sRGB (different colour space) at least. That equates to about 72% of NTSC or aRGB. Colours will look 'normal' then. If you go up to 100% coverage of NTSC or aRGB colours will look a bit oversaturated like OLED displays in phones do.

ThundeRobot GTR Gaming Laptop - SILVER GERMAN KEYBOARD i7-7700HQ GTX 1060 6GB 120Hz Screen 16GB RAM 1TB HDD+ 256GB SSD £757.56 @ Gearbest
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Cheapest 6gb 1060 laptop i`ve seen in a while. Here`s a picture of the german keyboard layout Brand new Laptop shipped from EU, comes with two year manufacturer warranty from hai… Read more

ME too. Bought some sticky keys on Amazon....


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Just get it covered under home insurance with accidental damage - I can’t see how you wouldn’t be covered in case of breakdown or an actual accident then.


Yeah I'm hoping for absolutely no problems. I'm definitely getting insurance as I'm an idiot and will drop it but I'm worried that 3rd party warranties are worthless. I'll do me research tomorrow.


He said it may as well be second hand, not that it is...

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Asus FX503VM-DM102T gaming laptop at for £749.99
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ASUS FX503VM-DM102T Gaming Laptop Intel Core i5-7300HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 128GB SSD + 1000GB HDD Dedicated… Read more
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Have you looked on Dell Outlet as there are some machines with the spec you want for under £1k


thats a fantastic price assuming there are no major problems which could limit the performance of the 1060


This might be a driver issue as noted further up the thread. I've had a few windows updates that have killed cameras, speakers etc. On my tablet. You need to download the original drivers for whatever device and give them a go. If you deleted the driver windows sometimes finds it also.


Has anyone had problems with Asus laptops in terms of Right click (actual button) on touch pad not working (it's not disabled in the settings but just doesn't bring up the menu when right click) Also backlit keyboard not lighting up Also I thought I bought 512GB SSD but it's actually 2 drives 1x 120GB SSD (OS) and other 1x 320GB SSD What is up with these Asus laptops


Voted hot but an alternative to consider is the Inspiron 7577 gaming laptop from the dell outlet website can be had for similar price and is better spec with i7 -7700hq and 16gb ram when they come in on the outlet store. They also do a more expensive version with a 4k screen. No idea what the screen quality is like though as I guess it won't be the same as their XPS models.

MSI GL62 I7 Gaming laptop £749.97 @ Tesco Direct / sold by Box
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Seems like a nice deal for a decent spec gaming laptop
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There’s a decent jump between the 1050ti in this and the 1060 in that, not to mention the extra 1GB of VRAM which graphics intense games will utilise a little more. Either is a good option, of course the one you linked is better but it comes down to the games you play, what settings you want to play them at and what your budget is. From a desktop perspective a 1050ti can be picked up for around £140/£150, whereas a 1060 3GB around £200, £180 if you look hard enough. So the £130 more for the other laptop is a little pricier than the £60 difference for a desktop card.


Why is this cold? It’s decent


This one is worse, but not by much, the gfx card in the other is better.


is this better or worse value than


Would personally prefer a 1050ti 4GB since 2GB seems to struggle in some modern titles since. Should be fine for all the current popular esport games though.

Medion Erazer X6603 i7 15 In 8GB 256GB Gaming Laptop £829.99 @ Argos
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Bought this for my son who is really into fortnite, looked like good value for money compared to others I've seen. Specs below The MEDION ERAZER X6603 is a high end gaming notebo… Read more

One thing that hasn't been mentioned is that you get a two year warranty with this laptop. Although Medion are often slagged off on HUKD, I have direct experience that they DO honour their laptop warranties. BTW, although I'm happy with my X6603, I reckon this particular laptop's now somewhat overpriced. Furthemore, if you're gaming, to you really need an i7 when an i5 is perfectly adequate for 90% of games? Likewise, do you really need a 256GB SSD? A 128GB SSD will ensure Windows boots up nice & quick but I run all of my games off the HDD and once you're in, you really don't notice any 'slowness'.


Yes there is a USB-C port. I've not used it myself but yes, I believe you can output to a separate monitor. However this is the lesser version of USB-C and from what I've read, you can't use it to connect up to an external GPU (not that that bothers me).


Is there a usb c / thunderbolt connection option? Was thinking of outputting onto monitor


I have this laptop albeit with the i5, 128GB SSD & 1050Ti. I paid £720 for it from Argos in January. I'm currently playing Assassin's Creed Origins and the visuals look stunning on the X6603. However, do be aware that when you're gaming, the fans are noticeably loud. I always play with headphones so it doesn't bother me but there are times when I'm glad that wifey's slightly deaf, otherwise I suspect she would object to the noise! BTW, all the reviews I read on the X6603 (and the Lenovo Y520 of which it's a rebrand) said the fans are relatively quiet. Don't believe them!


Likely the latter, other sites have 1050ti listed for this model number

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Lenovo Legion R720 Chinese Edition Gaming Laptop 15.6 inch i5-7300HQ 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD + GTX 1050 TI 4G @ Gearbest
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
● Intel Core i5-7300HQ Quad Core 2.5GHz Ultra-low-voltage platform and quad-core processing provide maximum high-efficiency power ● NVIDIA GeForce GTX1050 Ti 4GB GD… Read more

I'll take that as a no.


Haha. Youve never bought anything from Gearbest have you?


Haha haha, you're so funny I could wet myself laughing (nerd)


Just go standard delivery. You won't have to pay customs


The previous deal was also from GearBest.

ThundeRobot GTR Gaming Laptop 120Hz FHD IPS Screen 16 GB RAM 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD i7-7700HQ GTX 1060 6GB £894.14 @ Gearbest
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Brand new Laptop shipped from EU, comes with two year manufacturer warranty from haier Specs: ● 15.6 inch 120Hz FHD IPS Screen with 1920 x 1080 Resolution Offers good ex… Read more

I think it's a Samsung 256GB MZNTY 256 SSD


HI, I`m happy that you recieved your laptop, hope it`s working fine. I`d like to ask, do you know what ssd the laptop uses? You can check in the device manager if you don`t know please get back to me so i can update the laptop description. Thanks


You're telling me!! (lol) (lol) like I say I'm not desperate for it, got a decent desktop rig that I hardly use this is just in case of 😁


The wait is painful


Thank you for your attention. As I explained in my previous mail, your order is ready for shipping, it is with the shipper now. The shipper need 1-2 days more to process it. Please kindly wait 1-2 days for the delivery information. Thank you for your cooperation. Best Regards Whitney Gearbest Customer Service That's what I got, that was 2 days ago (lol) I'm in no rush so I'll just wait it out

ACER Nitro 5 15.6" Gaming Laptop from Currys Ebay shop with 10% voucher
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
pecification Gaming: Play the latest titles Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Operating system: Wind… Read more

It meets and exceeds minimum requirements by quite a long way, many titles still have HD7xxx and GTX 400 series as minimums. Your comment about TDPs is patronising because you make it sound as if it’s so clear cut. It’s not, and any mobile quad-core is going to be ample because we are largely GPU bound still. I really don’t think quoting two very specific and niche Clevo OEM gaming machines really counts - I don’t think I have to spell it out each and every time but I am talking about the tier 1 manufacturers not having stuffed a desktop CPU into a laptop and even then a normal-ish thing, not an a Extreme Edition (eg Dell, HP, etc, the ones the average person has heard of and uses) and the two you mentioned are probably 2-3 times the price of this. I’m not even sure where this £999 retail price came from, I would agree that’s not realistic (well maybe at the middle of 2016) but I would have said £799 is ‘ok’ as a retail and at £585 it’s a no brainer to someone looking for a gaming laptop in this price bracket. A gaming laptop can be anything reasonable and probably no less than a GTX 950M (maybe that is pushing it a little) but there’s a reason this is a xx50 numbered card, it is meant to be mid-range and is a current model, I can’t see the fuss with this. It’s way above minimum requirements and will run all the latest games (note, I did not say run at max, full res with ultra settings - but it will run them and provide a reasonable experience at least). Also I don’t think ‘basic gaming’ is fair, that’s a massive disservice to it actually. Basic gaming is probably what you do with integrated graphics. And no risk of Currys salespeople, this is strictly an eBay shop deal online only jobbie.


@clembo1990 Looking at the Blizzard homepage, this should allow you to play Overwatch comfortably at max settings :) I did not know exactly what you meant which is I why asked. I was being a little facetious but I actually toned it down from my original version. You're welcome :) I totally agree that "This gaming laptop meets minimum requirements for current games". That was my point. It is only the minimum required so there is absolutely zero level of future proofing. I'm not sure how stating the facts about TDP is patronising so I will just just leave it. I agree i5 = i3 is an oversimplification. What's your point? When you say "No-one that I can think of has shoved a desktop CPU in a laptop since about 2007" ? Here are two available right now: Origin EON17-SLX Clevo P570WM Look we have gone a little too deep here. For some reason stating the obvious fact that this is worth the money being asked for it but no more because it is as you described it "minimum" spec'd is an issue. So again: No way this was ever worth 999 pounds. It's OK for what it is which is basic gaming. So as long as the buyer is aware of that there is no issue. The problem is when they meet a Curries salesman who will oversell this as a full fat gaming laptop able to play all the latest games at decent (as opposed to minimum) settings. Anything else let's agree to disagree.


Totally out of the loop with laptop components, here. Would this play Overwatch on max quite comfortably?


You know exactly what I meant - entry level gaming starts with discrete graphics... why be facetious and even suggest that a 1080 is entry-level? This gaming laptop meets minimum requirements for current games and can be marketed as a gaming laptop just as the Nintendo Switch is a games console as much as a PS4 Pro or Xbox One X. So yes, lower expectations of a £600 laptop than a £600 desktop because it’s a different target market and foolish if you think otherwise. Don’t be patronising about TDP on laptop and desktop CPUs. They are the same silicon except binned for laptops. They fit in a smaller TDP bracket because they run at a lower voltage and have more aggressive power management. This laptop has the same amount of cores as a desktop chip, so your dumbing down of ‘laptop i5 = desktop i3’ is an oversimplification and also incorrect, because that is actually quad vs dual. No-one that I can think of has shoved a desktop CPU in a laptop since about 2007, it was common practice back in Pentium 4 era before mobile chips became so advanced... Ultimately this will play AAA games, it’s well above minimum spec, maybe things need to be turned down more as time goes on but it doesn’t struggle with anything. I didn’t even bring VR into it because that’s obviously not expected at this price so I don’t know why you have - it’s not sold as VR ready anywhere. Not that it matters now because apparently out of stock.


Currently Out of Stock on their eBay site ...

Dell Inspiron 7000 (7577 - CN57703) Gaming Laptop - 15.6" - i7-7700HQ - GTX 1060 6GB - 16GB 2400 - 256GB PCIe NVMe - 1TB HDD - Free Del - £859.13 at Dell
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
While trying to get a decent price on a Coffee Lake laptop, I came across this deal for a Kaby Lake laptop. Great deal for a i7-7700HQ/GTX 1060 6GB/16GB RAM combo. Meant to be a g… Read more

let us know if it's ships!


been looking for a laptop deal and ofc I missed this :|


Last time something like this happened it wasn't honoured and it took a month to get the money back from Dell


Yup, looks like someone forgot to remove the discount that was already on the laptop, you can still see the £350 discount on the product page, it just gets removed on the basket. So it was accidentally stacking with the coupon lol. Nice if anyone managed to grab it though :)


the link seems to be dead on this one, expired?

Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming, i7-7700HQ, UHD (3840 x 2160) IPS,16GB, 512GB SSD+1TB, GTX 1060 with 6GB £1149 @ Dell
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
1. NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5 2. Dual drives with 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive+ 1TB 5400 rpm Hard Drive 3. 16GB, DDR4, 2400MHz 4. 15.6-inch UHD (3840 x 2160)… Read more

Alienware is overpriced imo.


I bought my daughter the 1050ti version of this. Luckily from the outlet store for £564. Price was due to a mess up with the 1060 version I ordered for £650 which they could not find the laptop. Meant to be a scratch and dent but looked new without any scratch or dent. The screen is nowhere as bright as my Alienware 13R3 with 120hz TN Panel. watching a film on it however was far better on the Inspiron since an IPS screen


You could pick up Alienware 15 for less (with discounts) . though wont have the 144hz IPS screen...


Ok, fair point.


Not talking about their limited time promotional discounts shown on their website. I'm talking bargaining with them from their advertised price.

MSI GE73VR Gaming Laptop £1253.98 @ Very
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
I was snooping for 2-in-1 laptops and spotted this deal with a whopping £350 off. Haven't found cheaper for this spec but I'm sure you'll give it a go :p Blue Tooth: N Depth: … Read more
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nice laptop but looks like just an average price


How's this? Cheaper, similar specs with better/newer i7-8750H Coffee Lake CPU just lose the 120Mhz screen or this Cheaper with more memory. (Screen specs not listed though) or this: More memory and better/newer i7-8750H Coffee Lake CPU for ~£40 more or this: Configured with: better/newer i7-8750H Coffee Lake CPU, PCIe SSD and 144Mhz screen, and still ~£80 cheaper, even more so if you take Windows off the price.


How much do you want £200?


u can find the same specs for 1000 on amazon


Last time there was a deal for the same specs laptop of 7577 if I am not mistaken for almost a grand which is a couple of hundred quid cheaper. Pretty sure u can find on ebay a pretty similar laptop for a grand or less.

Asus ROG GL752VY Gaming Laptop / I7-6700HQ / 24GB RAM / 1TB HDD / 256 GB SSD / GTX 980M £680 @ CeX
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Good price for a laptop with a 980m comes with two year cex warranty

2 year warranty makes it worth a buy I think, provided CEX's warranty is worthwhile


GPU itself will probably be fine but would expect vents to be clogged with dust as you get on high performance laptops. Whether they’ve cleaned it depends on the store as some are really good and others literally buy it off some mug for £340 and put it straight back out for £680 - sometimes with the user’s data left on it (true story)!


Could go either way, this. It's a good price for the spec but being a gaming laptop, there's a chance it's been thrashed. No amount of refurbishment is going to sort a battered GPU.


I wouldn’t risk another B-grade from CeX for laptops! I had Dell XPS 15 9550 delivered yesterday in B grade. It looked ‘off’ so I had a closer look. The hinge cover was broken, not sitting flush and the display didn’t look right, on inspection the display had deep scratches on the bottom edge and it became clear that the LCD had been replaced very badly. The bezel edging was stuck down with what looked like epoxy resin that had splurged out onto the panel itself. That was £500 which would have been a bargain but now it needs to be returned... Moral of the story, don’t buy stuff from CeX unless you can physically see it first.

MSI GL72M 7REX 1225UK 17.3-Inch Gaming Laptop - (Black) - £799.97 @ Amazon
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Very good value for money, saves £300 (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD Plus 1 TB HDD, GeForce GTX 1050Ti, Windows 10 Home)
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Total War is an RTS I assume? Generally speaking, you should always opt for the better GPU if you're using a laptop for gaming, but an RTS is sometimes the exception as they rely on the CPU more. That said, I'd still go with the 1060. I can't imagine it'd have any problem running the game mentioned and it'll run pretty much anything else you need on decent settings


Any good ?


Please do, I'm considering it for gaming


Okay. I've gone for it! Will update with my assessment in a few days.


Great deal. Heat added. Sorely tempted - am after something to do graphics and video editing. This would be pretty good.

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop -  i7-7700HQ / 16GB RAM / GTX 1060 6GB / 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD £998.99 @ Dell
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Really nice bit of kit, well spec'd with a GTX 1060 6GB and 16GB RAM in there. It's a little less in your face than some of the other gaming laptops out there. Nice and subtle in c… Read more
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Quick question on these 7577: can anyone confirm that it can drive 2 external monitors, either one via HDMI and one via USB-C to DP or even better, both using USB-C to DP and daisy chained?


That's one thing i can't explain i think it was due to the new catalogue I'm not sure. But im not one to argue. Also my account is messed up for it It shows £1449-£149-£1449 (1449 is the price i paid so if i returned it they would owe me £149.00)


Yes that would make me feel uncomfortable


I read it as Argos made a mistake & supermqd then committed a criminal act (not sure if it's fraud or theft), by failing to inform them of their error. For the record, in such a situation you're advised to inform them of the mistake in writing & give them a reasonable period of time to collect the goods at their own expense. If they fail to & you have logged your correspondence so you have proof they were warned you'd dispose of the goods then you become entitled to keep or sell the item. I can't recall what counts as a reasonable time, but it isn't unreasonable or excessive. Some people claim you can keep unsolicited goods. While this is true, most people misunderstand what constitutes unsolicited. A duplicate item sent my mistake in response to an order you did place is not classed as unsolicited.


May be a deal breaker if you are an accountant I suppose.

MSI Gaming Laptop / i7 / 8GB RAM / 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD / GTX 1060 3GB £879.97 @ Box [Free MSI Bundle]
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Pretty sure this is the lowest we've seen this so far, It was £899.97 without the extras, just a couple of days ago via another retailer (gone back up now) Nice looking set up for … Read more
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Lovely keyboard


Yes they may be expired but they are recent. And all around the price. So its not surprising to see one available again around the price



Where? Everywhere


Yeh, where???

MSI GP62MVR 7RFX-880 Leopard Pro 15.6-Inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Black) - (Core i7-7700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD, GTX 1060 Graphics, Windows 10 Home) - £899.97 @ Amazon
30/06/2018Expires on 30/06/2018Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 - desktop level performance for the demanding games The Intel Core i7 7th Gen Processor and 8 GB DDR IV memory; balanced for an all round gamin… Read more

fun fact, i didn't say it couldn't run vr games :/ . read my other reply.


Fun fact I use a 1060 3GB for VR with no problem. Only things I have struggled with are non VR games GTA V and Tombraider where I could not run in ultra settings as took too much memory everything else has been fine and I run most games in Ultra. By VR I have a Rift and WMR headset.


Hehe meme.


Many people apply building terms to Operating System installations/PC building. Flatten essentially means start from fresh.



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

Dell Inspiron 15-7000, Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ, GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD & 128GB SSD, 15.6 inch IPS FHD gaming laptop £779.99 with code @ Very
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
just ordered this for my lad for uni, what do you think? can always send it back if I can get better for the price

Is 1050ti good for gaming, decent fps at high settings? Been away from PC gaming for a while, got a few old games to get back in to. Wouldn't say I'll be playing the latest games really, tend to wait till they come down in price


Good deal 🔥


You get 12 months as standard warranty


The check out option is No service guaranteed 3 yr at £129 4yrs at £149 I want to ask if i select no service guaranteed does it include a year or totally nothing? What happens if something happen within a month?


I have this in your link and think its a better deal. You can design out the crappy TN by replacement or plugging in an external display. With the 1050Ti in the dell, your stuck with it. i5/1060>i7/1050Ti in my book.

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.

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