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Seller refurbished Dell Inspiron 13 7391 with dell pen , Intel i7 , 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 13.3" Full HD, Black £719.20 @ Currys_Clearance eBay
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Says referb on one part, nothing on the other Key Features Powered by a 10th generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor with 8 GB of RAM, you'll never feel held back when working your … Read more
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I have 15% discount code off dell outlet if anyone is interested


Intel are not the biggest OEM because of support, what planet do you live on hahahahaha... they are the biggest because until now they had no competition. Do you know just how badly Intel treats most of its staff, they are shockingly bad... treat the lowers like dirt, anything for the top. Just google Intel green treatment. Enthusiasts do make up a smaller demographic but they are what pushes future sales because they are the ones who tout and have buyer audiences. I never said the company would be irrelevant, I said their laptop chips are going that way. It might also be noted, I never said the laptop was not made that fantasy up...I said it was not great value because the competition is better value... even Dell do better ones.


Why would a enthusiast be going with a dell convertible laptop? The cpu is more than fine And serious trouble of irrelevance? You know Intel has higher oem implementation because its actually got engineering support to oem's? Their enterprise sector is going great. And enthusiasts are looking forward to the i5 10600k, 10900k temps are actually perfectly fine too when you don't use a budget cooler before you say. Enthusiasts make up such a small amount of the market that it's barely worth hunting for. There's plenty of great people at intel still and the future looks really bright, look at Jim Keller recently leaving, he joins, sets a road map and leaves, he did ok with ryzen i think? Did okay with apples road map with a4, a5 etc going forward. I have no bias to either side but spouting that the company will become irrelevant is abit silly.


Opinion is rarely a measure of quality. Especially on an island that made ItsyBitsy teeny weeny a number 1


And? A majority of people dont know Intel is in serious trouble of irrelevance. Have you actually seen the top CPU sales on Amazon etc? Ryzen bought by enthusiasts (people who actually know about this tech) by nearly 8 to 1. You think 'opinion' means anything in facts?

ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo 15.6 Inch 4K OLED Dual Screen (Intel i7-9750H, 512 GB SSD, 16GB RAM, RTX 2060 - £1,999.99 @ Amazon
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If you have been waiting for this monster to drop in price this is the lowest it has been. The 4K OLED screen is gorgeous. Features at a glance Full-width 4K secondary touchscre… Read more
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i was kind of joking, however... when working with numbers all day, a touch number pad is next to useless when used to a physical keypad. Laptop isn't designed for this, which means i can't convince the wife to buy this for her business :D


Been in the market for a few weeks now for a laptop, and this one wasn't for me and I stated why. I thought it was okay to still have an opinion on a product, and I happened to agree with the other chap. I don't really see this as bemoaning it, when it is 1 single isolated feature of the product. I also really don't see why "It's sad" as you describe either. That your happy with the product I am pleased to hear, I don't find your defence of the screen aspect sad at all, and I respect you have a quite differing opinion on that.


You clearly haven't used it and that makes non sense. The whole point is that this gives you more screen space, and a second screen in a smaller form factor. A larger screen doesn't work well for dual screening, and would require a larger laptop. It's also pen and touch compatible, and having it low down is great for inking - like writing in a notebook. This is so much better than Apple's efforts. Asus are properly innovating and people just call gimmick. You can't win. Haters gonna hate. Options such as this, that clearly many people value (given comments and reviews), are only a good thing. There are so many normal laptops out there, why bemoan something different? It's sad.


I completely agree Waldoff. There may be a reasonable argument for their being built in 2nd monitor option for travel, but it still feels gimmicky to me. I would have thought a 17" or 19" single screen with high resolution and a programmed interface for splitting the 1 screen into separate segments would have been better.


Read the top line on this page, now read the bottom. You moved your neck didn't you? If you've got a big screen you moved your neck through quite a few degrees and didn't think about it. It's exactly the same with this laptop. It's really not as big a deal as you'd think. Part of that's due to the bottom screen being propped up by the hinge of the laptop, part of that's due to it wanting to be pushed back on a desk to be more comfortable, and part of that's due to plain smaller screens. It's more like having the bottom half of a desktop monitor and then a notepad propped up underneath that.

ASUS VivoBook X512FA 15.6" FHD Laptop (Intel i7-10510U, 512 GB SSD, 8 GB RAM + 32 GB Intel Optane Memory £630.33 @ Amazon
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Even cheaper than it was before. You are missing the IPS screen but apart from that this is great. The 2020 ASUS VivoBook 15See more, carry lessWhether at work or play, ASUS… Read more
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The deal was on here about a month back, since expired. Took a while to eventually arrive so Lenovo refunded me 10% off the original cost.


32g optaine or 16?


I wouldn't finance a country to manufacture yet another pandemic. :-)


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New Inspiron 14 5000 Laptop Intel i7 with 12GB Ram. With NVIDIA® GeForce® MX230 with 2GB GDDR5 graphics memory £748 with code @ Dell
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Tech Specs Processor 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-10510U Processor (8MB Cache, up to 4.9 GHz) Operating Systems Windows 10 Home 64bit English Video Card NVIDIA® GeForce® MX230 w… Read more

great deal but gave up in the basket shows nowhere to put promotiomal code, unlike what is shown above....


No, still pretty shocking


What are the batteries like these days - they used to be rubbish on these? Have they stopped sticking in a small battery?


Well it depends on your budget I suppose. The XPS are towards the higher end of dell's make. They are very well built though. But very pricy if you want this spec.


Cheers mate. Added that to the OP to bring the price down to 738.64. Very decent spec for the price in my opinion but hey let's wait and see. Iam sure there would be someone complaining. (lol) (lol)

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Lenovo Legion Y540 Gaming Laptop - Intel i7-9750H, GTX 1660Ti, 15.6" FHD IPS 60Hz, 256Gb M.2 NVMe, 8GB RAM, FREEDOS - £835.91 @ Lenovo
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Lenovo Legion Y540 Gaming Laptop - Intel i7-9750H, GTX 1660Ti, 15.6" FHD IPS 60Hz, 256Gb M.2 NVMe, 8GB RAM, FREEDOS - £835.91 @ Lenovo
Select the customisation option on the Lenovo website for Y540 and choose the following specs: (Note addition of i7 actually reduces the cost by £130 and it maybe a glitch but it h… Read more
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Good price for what’s given. I had the y740 with 2070 which I no longer have . But I want another one now with the 2080


I think it doesn't work anymore the "discount" from the i5 to the i7. Now it leaves the same price rather than lower.


Yeah it looks good but the price is too high imo. I believe you could get those specs for under £1000 from Lenovo direct when its back in stock


Id recommend getting 8gb then upgrading yourself as it's significantly cheaper

ASUS ZenBook Duo UX481 Full HD 14 Inch Dual Screen (Intel i7-10510U, NVIDIA MX250, 512GB SSD, 16 GB - £1,199 @ Amazon
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ASUS ZenBook Duo UX481 Full HD 14 Inch Dual Screen (Intel i7-10510U, NVIDIA MX250, 512GB SSD, 16 GB - £1,199 @ Amazon
This is not the pro version. however this is still a great device with good specs and is very innovative. Features & details With its full-width Full HD secondary touchscree… Read more
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Yeah I wish the main screen was touchscreen too. I've had a few silly moments were I've prodded the screen forgetting its not touch sensitive (lol)


Mine arrived yesterday too and I spent the evening reinstalling windows and installing manjaro Linux alongside it. I had my wow moment when playing sea of thieves on the main monitor and setting up a windows install disk on the secondary. I could hear the fans running but the way it props itself up meant my legs weren't being roasted. Speakers are good, screens are good, keyboard and touchpad themselves are both good. GPU has a surprising amount of power. That said there are some negatives for me. It is far thicker than expected, I can fit a finger underneath the front lip and the keyboard deck is quite high off the desk. The main screen not being a touchscreen is really irritating for lap usage since it would avoid me looking like a T-Rex trying to reach the keyboard and touchpad. I'm not a fan of using a barrel jack to charge the laptop instead of USB-C. I'm amused by the IR LEDs by the camera being so close to red they actually look red to me and flash ominously when it's trying to see your face. I'll keep it and try to do work on it, see how I feel by the end of the week. I'll probably record a little review video for YouTube.


Received mine today, earlier than expected. Seems like a nice device so far! Screens are nice, bright and colourful. Screenpad works really well. So far Ive been using office apps/editing apps, music player and internet browser at the same time between the two screens, really useful! The fans do kick in quite a bit when updating windows or installing apps or doing other intensive things but is quiet or even silent when doing simple tasks(plugged in, on best performance setting) . The laptop also comes with some extra accessories: an active stylus for the screenpad which works well and a soft touch leather style carry sleeve. Edit: Tried some light gaming and getting above 60fps at full HD on Overwatch on medium settings, only a brief test. The speakers are really good on this device too.


It does


Err because it doesn't have one??? As I said before all this I know it's an over stated term here, for that money you'd expect it.... Then he flew off the handle.. Anyway I'm long done with this thread, not after mud slinging...

4K UHD Razer Blade Pro V2 (2017) 1TB Quad-Core 7th Gen Intel i7 processor, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 10 Series 17.3" Gaming Laptop £1499 @ Razer
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4K UHD Razer Blade Pro V2 (2017) 1TB Quad-Core 7th Gen Intel i7 processor, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 10 Series 17.3" Gaming Laptop £1499 @ Razer
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Only the 1TB version is in stock - no code needed (Normally £4199 according to their website)
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Now I know, but did not before, I just wanted "powerful laptop" - I got it.


Then you should of done abit more research and got a laptop with NVIDIA optimus I'm afraid. Hope you find the one for you.


Yes, especially if I am looking you tube and mail. Some 3 hours without charge would be ok, but 2... Come on. Much better would be stationary "laptop" - what is the difference - just charge.


The Helios 300 is without a doubt the best bang for buck gaming laptop right now. Thje i5 9300 version is cheaper but you really want the 6 core i7 for some futureproofing. That said if you can wait a month or so, the new Ryzen 4800H equipped laptops will be coming out and the ASUS TUF 15 with the 1660 Ti or RX 5600M should be priced around the £1000 mark, and offer superior all around performance than the current Intel 9th gen CPUs, so I'd recommend you wait for those.


Are you expecting decent battery life on a gaming laptop?

ASUS ZenBook Duo UX481FL-BM044T Laptop, Intel i7 Processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 14" Full HD, Celestial Blue - £1,299.99 @ AO
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ASUS ZenBook Duo UX481FL-BM044T Laptop, Intel i7 Processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 14" Full HD, Celestial Blue - £1,299.99 @ AO
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10th gen core i7 16 G RAM 14 inch primary non touch glossy display 12inch secondary touch matt display 512GB SSD 2GB NVidia GeForce MX250 graphics memory Only 1.5 kg heavy The i… Read more

Man looks like you really hate this laptop (lol)


Yeah, it is a gimmick for people looking for laptops at this price point. As I said the people who can really make use of the dual screen will need more CPU cores and RAM than this model offers. It doesn’t even have a thunderbolt port which writes it off for a lot of professional use.


Yes I do when I am looking to purchase something. Is that an issue? Also, you called it a gimmick, not 'just a feature for very specific customers'.


I’m pleased to see you have the time to look through all the reviews online and that you don’t realise many reviews are paid for or made up. It’s not useless it’s just a feature for very specific customers, many of which would be looking to spend far more than this as they’d require more cpu cores and ram doing the tasks the second screen comes in handy for.


It's absolutely not a gimmick and they will be here to stay. Don't see how anyone can think a second screen is a gimmick. There are so many uses for it. All the reviews online say they like it and none have called it a gimmick either.

Asus VivoBook X409FA 14" Intel i7, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM Laptop - Slate £499 @ AO
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Asus VivoBook X409FA 14" Intel i7, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM Laptop - Slate £499 @ AO
Full HD screen - for a stunning, clear picture 256GB SSD offers plenty of storage & super-fast loading 8th gen Intel® Core™ i7 processor 8GB of RAM delivers seamless multita… Read more


Is this aluminium frame? Does it have a backlit keyboard?


I have had a few HP products that all failed just outside of the warranty period. I will never buy a HP product again.


Haha, unfortunatey I don't. However things I usually look for when buying laptops are online reviews, battery life, upgradability (how easy it is to open the back and add RAM sticks/replace SSD.), and the screen quality (TN or IPS).


Will this be any good for making soundtrack music?

Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Extreme (2nd gen) Intel i7-9750H, 32GB Ram, 1TB Ssd laptop £1769.35 @ Lenovo
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Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Extreme (2nd gen) Intel i7-9750H, 32GB Ram, 1TB Ssd laptop £1769.35 @ Lenovo
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I've been looking at these for a while, but didn't push the button on the black Friday / cyber deals and then regretted it when the price went back up (they were no longer any deal… Read more

(skeptical) Thanks for finding and sharing OP. I had ordered an X1 Extreme but with the 512GB HDD and it kept getting delayed (apparently there is a shortage of these drives). Ordered in the black friday sale for £100 less than this one so have cancelled and now have a 7 day delivery window and upgraded RAM and HDD and improved expansion opps. TopCashback also at 8% but will see if this works with the discount code. (skeptical) Thanks for finding and sharing!


Heat from me for a top end laptop - more expensive than others for similar spec, but if you are looking at Lenovo kit you get it - build quality and support is very good. I have had a number of W, P and T series laptops and they are reliable workhorses.


Heat from me, this is a good price for these specs in a very highly-rated laptop.


when my thinkpad x220 dies, i'll buy this. lol, it won't die.


Thank you for commenting! That's great to know.. I have a 2014 macbook pro for home and love it, but I need something for work use that has more RAM and a powerful CPU (not one of those low power, mobile ones you get in cheaper models). I'm hoping I'm not disappointed, I had a Thinkpad W530 back in 2012ish for work and it was an absolute beast (and still is compared to a much newer, yet cheaper thinkpad I have for work right now).. So I do believe it's worth the money 🤞 Here's the full spec if anyone's interested to know more: Configuration Details: - Intel Core i7-9750H Processor (2.60GHz, up to 4.50GHz with Turbo Boost, 6 Cores, 12MB Cache) - Windows 10 Pro 64 - 32GB DDR4 2666MHz SODIMM - 1TB Solid State Drive, M.2 2280, NVMe, Opal - 15.6" FHD (1920x1080), LED Backlight, IPS, Anti-glare, 500nits, with Dolby Vision HDR 400 - NVIDIA GeForce GTX1650 4GB GDDR5 128bit - Fingerprint Reader - ThinkPad Precision Backlit Keyboard Black English (UK) with Fingerprint Reader - IR&720p HD Camera with Microphone - FHD Black Paint/UHD Woven - Enabled Discrete TPM2.0 - 4 Cell Li-Polymer Internal Battery, 80Wh - 135W AC Adapter (3pin)-UK - Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 2x2 AX, Bluetooth Version 5.0 - 3 Year warranty Courier/Carry-in

Lenovo S145 with Intel i7 10th Gen (With Code) - £499.99 @ Lenovo
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Lenovo S145 with Intel i7 10th Gen (With Code) - £499.99 @ Lenovo
Looks like a great deal on a 15" i7 laptop. And not an older version, it's the latest 10th gen cpu. It's i7 8G RAM, 512SSD. (Spec states 4G +4G, which is confusing I know, but it… Read more

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It's 8GB RAM.


4gb RAM is laughable


10th generation with no Thunderbolt. Thunderbolt is new added feature of 10th generation Intel laptop CPUs.


God Lenovo are really sucking lately. Who the hell wants an i7 in a less than full HD laptop? Absolute joke. Voted cold.

Ultra-thin bezel Gigabyte AERO 15.6" FHD 144Hz Intel i7 8750H, 1TB PCIe SSD,16GB RAM, RTX 2070 (8GB) Graphics £1999.97 @ Amazon
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Ultra-thin bezel Gigabyte AERO 15.6" FHD 144Hz Intel i7 8750H, 1TB PCIe SSD,16GB RAM, RTX 2070 (8GB) Graphics £1999.97 @ Amazon
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15.6" 3mm Ultra-thin bezel | LG FHD 144Hz IPS Anti-Glare display X-Rite Pantone Certified colour calibrated screen Latest NVIDIA RTX Graphics UHS-II SD Card Reader Huge 6-10 ho… Read more

The strix scar iii is the same price but with the newer gen i7 9750h and has a 240hz panel. Better off getting that tbh


Wow.... Better spending that amount on 2 monitor stands


For a 2070 no lees


2 grand ayyyylmao

Intel i7 9700k WITH RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2 £274.97 +£5.48 Delivery @ Scan
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Intel i7 9700k WITH RED DEAD REDEMPTION 2 £274.97 +£5.48 Delivery @ Scan
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Lowest price for the 9700k yet, plus free red dead redemption 2 worth £45 on the rockstar store, almost £30 cheaper than Amazon

Yes it included vat and delivery. I don't use my computer for gaming, especially that type of game, I would be more into flight sims and F1 type stuff on very rare occasions, otherwise I would possibly have gone for the i9 instead of the i7 :)


Is that ex VAT? My mistake but camelcamelcamel also has it as 295 lowest UK price Good grab if Inc. VAT, shame you didn't get the game though!


Except for when I bought it for £274.97 at around 2.30am on 29th November as you can see with my attached snip of part of my order here, and that included delivery :)


Same price on Amazon? Lowest it's been on there was 295.


Called in afternoon to buy - their sales guy told me they sold all 1000pcs within 5 hours - £275 - totally the best price ive seen.

Vorke 15.6inch laptop Intel i7 8GB RAM 256GB Storage - £334.61 @ Geekbuying
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Vorke 15.6inch laptop Intel i7 8GB RAM 256GB Storage - £334.61 @ Geekbuying
The good - mid to top spec - incl i7 processor, good display, backlit keyboard, dual band WiFi, USB Type C charging port etc The Bad - the brand Vorke, no LAN port Shipping from … Read more

I7 4500u . , I wonder if they are recycling CPUs from old laptops. Hope they don't have intel unpatched bugs in bios . Old intel CPUs have got many old CPU vulnerabilities over the years . Buying unknown brand means no bios updates .


I’ve voted hot as it’s still a lot of laptop for the money. to be honest I would veer toward the 8th gen quad core i5 version for a little bit more money.


Here is something more comparable (only 4gb ram, but faster CPU and better graphics). £5 cheaper and local. Might be some discount code and Quidco.


Then he shouldn't use words like "complete waste of time". The machine isn't a Pentium 90 lol.


Still doesn't mean a "total waste of time". That implies an empty box. Still a decent spec for the money regardless of proc age.

Dell Inspiron 14 5490 Laptop, Intel i7 Processor, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 14" Full HD, Silver £699.95 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Dell Inspiron 14 5490 Laptop, Intel i7 Processor, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 14" Full HD, Silver £699.95 @ John Lewis & Partners
I am looking for a decent laptop with 10th Gen i7 and I came across this Black Friday deal from John Lewis.

Voting cold, nothing more annoying then short battery life


The dell is £50 more expensive. Currys has an additional cash back of £30 at moment The dell has mx230 whereas the hp has a MX250, approx 25-40% faster iirc The dells i7 is a comet lake “10th gen” which in reality is a 9th gen 14nm intel processor. Yes in benchmarks it is marginally faster compared to the icelake one, but the latter has significant power advantages as a 10nm node size and is more efficient. This is why the same 10nm chip is clocked at lower ghz and yet can match the comet lake on most tasks. This also has an effect on battery life. The ice lake cpu also has a fantastic integrated GPU, well over double the power of the comet lake one and actually on par with an mx230, which means it can turn off the dedicated graphics unit to conserve power and function quite well. Finally the battery life of 5hours on the dell is very poor. But I wonder if that is based on theoretical or real life use. Given the above I can’t see any reason to take the dell, but as I stated above, there are many other considerations including style, the John Lewis warranty, brand loyalty and perception etc.


Thanks. Could you please explain how the HP is better than this deal? spec wise? I compared the two processors on Intel's website and it looks to me (as a non expert) that Dell's processors is better,196597 This is because Dell's base and max frequecy are better. Everything else is almost identical.


I work IT as a consultant for the government and most standard issue now are Lenovo. X Carbons for the more seniors people I think Lenovo making big moves. Can't say anything against HP. but DELL usually is always expensive hence why work Places won't invest.


The Dell has a 3 cell 51Whr battery, aluminium case and backlit keyboard too. A few comments saying battery gives around 8h of general use. (2 year warrantee at JL too).

Razer Blade Pro 17 4K Touch - Intel i7-7820HK, 32GB RAM, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 now £1579.48 @Amazon
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Razer Blade Pro 17 4K Touch - Intel i7-7820HK, 32GB RAM, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 now £1579.48 @Amazon
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Despite the older model, still really great specs and fantastic quality! Razer Blade Pro 17-Inch 4K-Touch Gaming Laptop (Black) - (Intel i7-7820HK 3.9GHz, 32GB RAM, 512GB SSD, NVI… Read more
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Firstly, good deal op. However, I have a razer blade with a 1060 and could not recommend razer. Constant overheating and crashing. Either crazy noisy, or overheated. Drivers poor. For a supposedly gamer centric company quality was poor. Warranty was good and quick, but sending back a £1000 machine twice in 6mo was rubbish. It is now a rarely used desktop as the screen cracked, that’s my fault, not razer. I can not recommend razer. I now have a cheap medion 1050 and it’s been rock solid


What the hell is with this epeen contest? If people want 4k, then fine, there should be options for 4k. Personally I think it's overhyped, particularly for gaming which is heavily demanding at that resolution and more so for, but that would be my personal choice. At the same time 120+Hz is not a bloody necessity and it benefits mostly fps which may not be what everyone is interested in. People have managed to play games at 60fps without any problems or less on console. If you want a higher refresh rate, great get one. I prefer desktop gaming myself, the components are generally cheaper, less limited and you won't get as high thermal throttling, not to mention bigger screens and I find trackpads horrible. Different options suit different people. Shouldn't the determining factor of gaming be how good the game is instead of fighting over what spec is best? Lastly I'd be careful when comparing high frame rate and panel types from a video. You may think one looks way better than the other, but then you realise that the limiting factor should be the display you are using. I'd be surprised if the displays shown were calibrated correctly, for example the OLED looks incredibly oversaturated. There are of course issues with youtube compression too.


Price: £2,120.79


You know, other people might want to do the same thing as your genius plan and plug into their high refresh monitor when gaming too! For the record, I would only buy a high refresh screen, but that’s my preference. Totally understand why someone may prefer 4k60 And what is a “clueless internet zero” (lol)


Lmao, so you bought a 4K laptop to not even use it as a laptop? (confused) You stated yourself to not buy a 4K laptop, yet you have one yourself... You also said you can’t even tell the difference between 4K and 1080p on a 15” screen, yet you have a 4K laptop with a 17” screen (lol) (huge difference lol). You also mentioned how poor a 1080 GPU is for 4K (even worse in a laptop), yet you have one yourself and connect it to a separate monitor to use for 1440p gaming (lol) You my friend are absolutely hilarious, and the definition of clueless (y)

Intel Core i7 9700K 3.6GHz 8x Core Processor - Unlocked - £339.89 @ Aria PC
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Intel Core i7 9700K 3.6GHz 8x Core Processor - Unlocked - £339.89 @ Aria PC
Great deal if you're in the market for a new CPU, a fair bit cheaper than the nearest competition as well.



Intel on the whole is a bit of a joke on the cpu front. Which is funny for those of us that have gone to AMD now, But in the next couple of years AMD are going to be able to start ramping up there prices as there lead over intel grows (at the moment it looks like intel has nothing in the pipeline to bring them anywhere near close to what AMD are rolling out) So its a bit concerning Intel have been so inept. Those of us on AMD now need to make the most of the LOL's and cheap as chips cpus!


An i7 with no hyperthreading. What a joke.


Good price but if it's to pricey for some buy the budget AMD cpu's HEAT


Voting cold, bought shares in AMD the other week :{

Microsoft Surface Book 2 13.5-Inch PixelSense Display Notebook - Intel i7-8650U 16 GB RAM £1981 Sold by DA TECH PRO and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Microsoft Surface Book 2 13.5-Inch PixelSense Display Notebook - Intel i7-8650U 16 GB RAM £1981 Sold by DA TECH PRO and Fulfilled by Amazon
The Surface Book with 2 times more power and up to 17 hours of battery life Built for performance: Runs professional grade software all day with the enhanced quad core Intel proce… Read more

not much info atm only few bits you can check windowscentral


Where can I findout more... I'm interested in it


Really? Not from what I can see. Last I checked the Surface Book 3 is expected at the end of 2019 or early 2020


No on all counts. Dell are poor, with poor quality control. It won't be half the price for the same spec, and doesn't have the same functionality.


I believe fulfilled by Amazon means you get the same Amazon returns policy, refunds etc. If you have any issue then you just resolve it through Amazon. I bought this for £2,197 back at the end of May direct from Amazon. It was a few pence shy of £2k only a couple of weeks ago, direct from Amazon. Just put a keepa alert on it. I may return it when the new version comes out if there's a good deal on that. I find the hinge iffy anyway - so sure there will be a valid reason for a return within 2 years. With the ridiculous number of tabs I can have open it does actually struggle sometimes. It's a lovely size though. Was trying to decide between the 15 and 13.5", and I think the 13.5" is a great size. Good for home use and travel.

Intel BOXNUC8i7HVKVA3 Mini Desktop PC - Intel i7-8809G, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, Radeon RX Vega M GH GPU, Win 10 Home - £1,038 @ Amazon
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Intel BOXNUC8i7HVKVA3 Mini Desktop PC - Intel i7-8809G, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, Radeon RX Vega M GH GPU, Win 10 Home - £1,038 @ Amazon
£1,037.86Amazon Deals
HUKD help me out, is this a good deal or not? please leave comments as to why it is or isn't. I get that this has some drawbacks with upgrading, but if you want a compact PC witho… Read more
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Fair enough. If you do want anything like that - just get a traditional NUC or a gaming laptop and save yourself some money.


Not me personally after it, I just saw that it was historically cheap so posted it here in case it was useful for someone else.


It’s a Vega in name only really, it’s mostly Polaris underneath. You still haven’t said what you wanted it for though?


Yup figured it probably wasn't a great deal, didn't realise the Vega gpu was not that great either.


Also - a grand will buy you a gaming laptop that’ll blow the spots off this, Vega M GH is a bit below a GTX 1060 so not exactly aiming high. I don’t even know who Intel were aiming Hades Canyon at, it’s not even that small... if you buy barebones it’s even cheaper: Scan has the barebones kit with a slightly slower CPU. 1TB NVMe SSD is around £105 not £179 these days.

Asus Ultra-Slim Laptop Intel i7 8GB 256GB Full HD 15.6in Win10 Home - £503.46 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Posted 30th Jul 2019Posted 30th Jul 2019
Asus Ultra-Slim Laptop Intel i7 8GB 256GB Full HD 15.6in Win10 Home - £503.46 delivered @ Ebuyer
£503.46Ebuyer Deals
Seems like a good deal for the spec Intel Core i7-7500U 2.7GHz 8GB DDR4 + 256GB SSD 15.6" Full HD + WIFI Intel HD + Webcam Windows 10 Home

This is a terrible deal... this is a 7th gen chip, nothing wrong with that in itself but it's dual-core, 8th gen is quad-core and typically cheaper than this, same for Ryzen 5 laptops, Intel are releasing 9th and 10th gen now. People must be looking at 'i7' and getting excited but it's nothing much, this is far too expensive for what it is. You're right, the Ryzen 5 is better on all levels.


after some research this one is a better deal:


Id go Asus over Lenovo. I used to run a retail shop and had nothing but issues with Lenovo. I remember one Windows 10 update that conflicted with a Lenovo USB blocker software. Every single Lenovo B50 Model we ever sold was returned in recovery mode. I also found Asus had a way better customer service. For example we had a faulty ROG 980ti, this was returned to Asus. They did not have the same card so gave us the more expensive latest version and added 3yr warranty on top. We also had a Lenovo on site repair man who took a laptop apart like Speedy Gonzales, and when checked the keyboard wasn't even in properly and the battery didn't hold its charge. Just terrible aftercare (y)


It's hard to find out the screen type with Asus's laptop.


The Lenovo has the IPS screen. This ASUS doesn't I don't think.

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