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HP 15-bs158sa 15.6" Laptop Intel Core i5 4GB RAM 1TB HDD Windows 10 Full HD- Grade A- Retail Boxed refurb 12M Warranty £339.99 @ ebay homeandgardenltd
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
12 Months Warranty Intel Core i5-8250U @1.6GHz Intel HD Graphics 620 Full HD 1920 x 1080 Windows 10 Home 64-bit Bluetooth 4.2 HP TrueVision HD Camera Multi-touch trackpad Read more

It is IPS?


Still showing 2 available at the moment for me with the most recent link


Gone also


There was only one in stock which I purchased through the student computers link. The ebay on was ended as soon as I made my purchase so I am guessing that studentcomputers and the ebay seller are on and the same. At the moment there are 2 available on ebay for £299.99 with a make an offer see link


all gone, but great find

Intel Core i7-7740X 4.30GHz LGA 2066 Retail Boxed Processor, £234.99 at ebuyer
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
i7-7740X Socket 2066 Kaby Lake-X Turbo Speed 4.5 GHz

Ok, best that you wait 10 years and pick one up then.


1) CPU from OcUK when they cleared out, forums only special offer IIRC. Aorus board from Scan. It was about £160 when I bought. They put the price up to £180+ by the time it hit this site a few days later. 2) Personally I don’t care about the LEDs. Higher end boards get better power delivery which aids in overclocking, USB 3.1, more M.2 slots, better audio etc. The rough equivalent features wise is the Z370 Aorus Gaming 5 which is ~£180. 3) 7820X probably, if the price drops. 8 core, 4.5Ghz Turbo stock. Lets see what the next refresh brings. ;) 4) Yeah, writing is on the wall for the consumer chip on the HEDT platform idea, but that doesn’t make it a bad chip if the price is attractive enough, which is what I said in my first post. You can still buy a 7700K and that’s dead-er than the 7740X as regards platform … and more expensive and slower.


1) Where did you buy for £331? That is 100 quid lower than record prices. Was it used? The cheapest I see the Auros for is 180 quid. And the cheapest I see the 7740x is 234.99. So, something is up! 2) You can buy the Auros for much cheaper for the z370. But let's be clear, you mention the 87 quid board was 'bad'. I disagree. Feel free to take a look at the offerings, they don't have LEDs, but they certainly have good features. The z370 chipset itself is strong enough on its own. As you said to someone else, you can't back that generalised and incorrect assertion up. 3) What CPU are you considering for an 'upgrade' path here? The 7740x is clearly aimed at gamers rather than HEDT work loads, are you planning on paying 1k+ for one of the 10/12/16 core chips? 4) You mention 'outdated kit' yet you don't see the writing on the wall for the 4 core 7740x? That's a platform that doesn't have mainstream support, was greatly ignored, and overpriced. You suggest the 8700k will be window fillers at CEX, but I'd suggest these motherboards and CPUs will be the CEX filler. (un-provable assertion, see ;-))


Firstly, I built a few months ago, Secondly, I paid less than £331 for the 7740X and an X299 Aorus board. Thirdly, an equivalent Z370 board to the Aorus X299 would be £180+ RRP, so you're never finding one for £87. If you want to use a stripped out value board then knock yourself out. Fourthly, X299 has a future CPU upgrade path. So that's why. They didn't in this case. The architecture is unchanged. I've proved my facts, you can't back that generalised and incorrect assertion up. As for taking years for new functionality added to be taken advantage off, this kit will be outdated window fillers at CEX by then, not in a gaming rig.


So fellow members on a new build whats the best set up for parts for gaming on a buget of £600?

ASUS GL702VM-GC137T ROG Strix 17.3-inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Titanium) - (Intel Core i5-7300HQ, 8 GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Graphics, G-Sync, Windows 10) £944.10 @ Amazon
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Powered by Intel’s 7th Generation Processors Dedicated Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 Graphics G-Sync Technology Single Backlit Keyboard Up to 16GB DDR4 Memory
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plus + free games worth of 149 , not bad but this i5 is not enough for GTX 1060 6GB ...


it's been this price since last week Not voting, but these are expected to come down much more in price once the 8th gens are all out would have posted it myself, but it was £999 before, so it;s just £56 off...

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Gemini TC10 10.1" Full HD IPS Touch Screen, Aluminium Detachable 2-in-1 Laptop Tablet  (Intel Atom Quad Core, 4GB/64GB, Windows 10 Home) £179 from Amazon Dispatched from and sold by Box Limited
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Previously posted at £199 from Tesco, now available at £179 from Amazon or direct from Box:… Read more

value for money


What's VFM?.


Anyone know if this would play older games such as vice city, tiger woods 08, FIFA 08 on the highest settings?


Can anyone confirm that this is an oem Chuwi Hi10? Appearance and spec very much looks like it. So on the basis it come with a UK warranty then decent VFM.


Xcom 2 has pretty low overall requirements, for ram it's 4gb minimum, and it's turn based so even if you only get 20 fps it should be okay

ACEPC AK1 Mini PC  -  EU PLUG  BLACK 222750803 Intel Celeron J3455 Windows10 4GB DDR3 + 32GB eMMC 1000M LAN BT4.0 £109.53 @ Gearbest
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Having bought one of these some time ago at a higher price this seems a bit of a bargain. Same one on Amazon £189.99. Only 72 left at time of posting. Brand: ACEPC M… Read more

All of those uses would be possible.


Lego CRYSIS at 120x90


Perfect for a HyperSpin machine


just a headsup : I have just this morning opened up a ticket with Gearbest on a very similar item (7 months old) for any repair YOU have to pay to ship it back to China. Will see how it goes. :| these are good media players web browsing , general low level stuff it will even play CRYSIS at 120x90


Vorke V1 Plus supports one HDMI & 1 VGA simultaneously

Dyson V8 Absolute Price Match + Further 10% off £269.10 @ Marks Electrical
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Marks Electrical has price matched the earlier Tesco Direct deal and offer a further 10% off automatically applied at check out. I know somebody has got it at £250 during Black Fri… Read more

You were lucky.


I think it has expired. It was showing something similar to this when I bought it just now


I can't find how to apply 10% discount. How did you do?


Ah bugger. It was automatically added for mine :/


Jon Lewis also doing it for £299 now.

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Acer Swift 3 Ultra-Thin | SF315-51 | Grey | Intel® Core™ i5-8250U | HD | 8 GB| 256 GB SSD £652.49 @ Acer
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
13% off all Acer products today. 15" Acer Swift with 13% off, pretty good price. For an extra £43 (£695) I bought it with 3 years extended warranty. Windows 10 Home 64-bit In… Read more
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Yes a good laptop but I paid £70 less using a staff dis count


I bought an acer laptop once, never again. God awful thing and by far the worst computer i have ever owned.


13% Quidco and 13% off. On my Quidco homepage, so should get both.


I've looked at loads of laptops for this price, they all have their pitfalls. This one gets good reviews with excellent battery life, ideal for a non gamer.


Specs, maybe. But Acer Slims are slim. Slimmer than those you are referring to I'm sure. Heat from me.

Intel Core i5-7500 (3.40Ghz) LGA 1151 £105 @ CEX
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
CEX have recently dropped the price of the Intel i5-7500 quad core socket 1151 cpu to £105 (in stock online with free delivery). Also includes 2 year warranty. This Kaby Lake cpu… Read more
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No sh*t! Even faulty LGA 2011 motherboards go for £60+ on ebay (annoyed) It's absolutely insane! There are Chinese knockoff LGA2011 boards, though I've read that they aren't proper x97 chipsets. As such they only support ancient Xeons, not Sandybridge-E nor Ivybridge-E; even then, they still cost £50-60 =/ Such a shame as there's some amazing LGA2011 bargains on CEX; the 4820K for £50 for instance! That's almoSt half what they go for on ebay!


I have Oculus Rift and the main mobo consideration is that it takes up 3 USB 3.0 connections. So you probably want at least 6 overall. Given what what you say about VR/gaming being some way down the road, I wonder if a good strategy would be to get an AMD Ryzen 2200G or 2400G with one of the new X470 chipset Mobos. The CPUs have an integrated, cut down, Vega GPU, and come in at £80/£126, and are really well reviewed, good for all but the most demanding gaming. I say it because if the onboard graphics could see you through till Autumn you'll have the new Nvidia cards to choose from and hopefully some cooling of the current price craziness.


Basically I want it mostly for Microsoft office. But at some point I will be getting a vr headset. I want something that will load instantly. I will be playing the odd AAA game at some point. I will give that website a try.


Hey dude, tell us a bit more about what your most demanding apps are and what your budget is and I'm sure you'll get some helpful suggestions. For what it's worth I've always found mobos the component where you can agonise too much, especially if (as i5/1070 suggest) you are looking for a sensible blend of upper middle performance and price rather than a bleeding edge system. Mid range mobos are much of a muchness once you get your needs straight. If you select your CPU first, identify the mid range chipset to go with that. Clarify your needs around the main selection questions - size, any specific connections you need, any new tech that really grabs you (NVMe is the obvious candidate at the moment) and it largely becomes a question of shooting for bargains and looking at review scores. You might want to think through whether overclockability means a lot for you, as that's where higher end boards compete - but you can get a sensible OC out of a mid range board and it I find the way specialists like Scan structure their product selection very good at helping narrow in on the right choices, even if you then go on Amazon to buy it.


I wasnt trying to troll. Just interested. The support though is a big thing I am guessing. Basically I bought an ASUS i5, gtx 1070 deal from laptops direct. They sent me 2 and neither would turn on so I have been refunded. Now I am looking at building a system. But things like processors and graphics cards are the easy bit, Its what motherboard to get that is giving me the headache. I want to get parts from amazon for the extra cover.

Dyson V8 Absolute Ridiculous Price £299 @ Tesco
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Seen this for £299, never seen it this cheap
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It comes with a working battery.


Tks; expensive running costs then.


Link says £380 now. I thought robot vacuum cleaners are cheaper. Why do people pay these prices?


Well, I voted hot cuz it's a good price for a non-refurb. It's too bad the standard HUKD response seems to be either "that's too expensive for a vacuum cleaner" no matter how good it is, or "it was cheaper on Black Friday so this is cold". Oh well, we ordered one and are grateful for the heads up.


£72 Quid on Amazon ! ! !

Dyson V6 Trigger Cordless Handheld Vacuum Cleaner £99 @ Tesco plus many others eg Small ball animal £229, V8 absolute £299
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Dyson V6 Trigger cordless vacuum cleaner plus many other Dyson vacuums with 2 year warranty discounted at Tesco until 24/04/18… Read more

Worst Hoover ever! Hardly picks up anything, and gets jammed easily.


OOS / Deal should be expired


Not available.


That's really good offer!



Dell Inspiron 5000 13.3" 2-in-1 FHD Convertible Touchscreen Laptop Intel Core i5-8250U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 only £429.99 delivered @ Amazon
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Silly silly price for this super fast touchscreen laptop (y) OMG i want one. JL are selling it for £650 Powerful 8th Gen Intel Core i5 Processor and 8 GB RAM, suitable for … Read more
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Good news, mine will arrive 24-25 th April also.


Missed it.


Just got my email saying it will be delivered tomorrow..


Mine went into back order But just received email from Amazon that they expect to despatch by 25th April. At this price I can put up with thewait though. As there was no communication for the past two days, I thought my order will be cancelled... Glad that I will be receiving one


Lucky you. My order is still in Not yet dispatched state.. Update: Now showing despatching tomorrow. Looking forward to this. Fingers cross no issues.

Dell Precision 15 3510 i7 6820HQ 2.70GHz,16Gb,360Gb SDD,2Gb AMD FirePro W5130M,REFURB laptop £551.94 - MSC
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Dell Precision 15 3510 i7 6820HQ 2.70GHz 16Gb ddr4,360Gb SDD FirePro W5130M 15.6″ FHD Win 10Pro 1 year returned to base warranty £450 exc VAT, £540 inc VAT,Delivery £9.95 making … Read more
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Precision was/is not designed for gaming.


It's not a gaming gpu


Why is everyone obsessed on gaming laptops..... Is this a decent all rounder? Sorry not having a go just an observation.


firepro cards are for workstations not gaming so probably a good option for a cheap CAD pc rather than a gaming rig


Not a gaming laptop this is a workstation replacement

HP 14-bs102na 14" Laptop - Red/ Silver/Gold - Intel i5-8250U - 4GB RAM - 256GB SSD - HD Screen - £431.10 w/code @ AO
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
If you previously missed the offer of £439 for this i5 laptop - is now cheaper To get it for £431.10 use code WINDOWS10 If you purchased at the higher price in the last 7 days … Read more
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Yes it is, apart from the battery and battery clips at the back on the bottom are black. You can purchase in gold or silver as well as red.


Received mine a little while ago. I like the laptop but the screen is not great even after calibrating it


Press windows button and type calibration. Then follow on screen instructions until you are happy. To be honest the screen isn't that bad as standard. You can also right click desktop & mess about with the graphics options there


Always best to upgrade the RAM yourself. You can buy 4GB DDR4 RAM from CEX for £20 click/click. Or buy from eBay for around £26.


I've been waiting ages for a laptop that ticked all the right boxes. This has everything I was after for an excellent price. I just need to upgrade the Ram and job done. Got this arriving tomorrow. Happy days, time to throw out my garbage 8 year old notebook... Now to find the right ram....

HP Pavillion 14" laptop (silver), Intel Core i5 8250U, 4gb ram, 128gb SSD - £349.99 @ Dixons (MCR Airport - T3)
LocalLocalFound 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Model : Bk152sa Pictured today at Terminal 3 @ Manchester Airport Dixons store HP Pavillion 14" laptop (silver), Intel Core i5 8250U, 4gb ram, 128gb SSD Might be same price at a… Read more

Haha. No they use potatoes easier to carry around.


Sadly none in MCR T1 :(


Insane deal, how can we get this online lol Surely there can be a flight for less than £50 you can book but don't turn up?


They are not duty free and you get UK/EU warranty. Not everything is cheap but they often have decent bargains to clear to meet targets. Ancillaries are always expensive though. I got a brand new pair of Sony WH1000MX2 NC BT headphones for £180 recently, a couple of laptops a few years ago, iphones etc all at a significant discount to High Street/online prices. And you don't have to be travelling. Airport staff can also buy stuff. If you want current prices you can always ring your local airport branch and they'll tell you the price. And no, i don't work there, but I am in an airport a lot.


I paid £449 on Boxing Day for this at Heathrow and so far I'm happy with it (after upgrading the RAM, the SSD and adding a hard drive). If you indeed get new unopened stock for £350 then it's a scorching hot deal from me.

ASUS GL503VM Gaming Laptop, Intel i5-7300HQ,  Nvidia GTX 1060 6 GB GPU, 8 GB RAM, 120 Hz 100 Percent sRGB Display, 1 TB FireCuda SSHD and 128 GB SSD, Full RGB Keyboard £897 @ Amazon
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
This seems like a pretty decent deal to me. Sure the processor is an i5, but everything else is pretty high specs for the price!
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There you go if still looking 8gb cex £40


No it's 4 lighting zones


Does this support "per key RGB"?


there you go I slightly overstated the 50 percent the guy in the video saw fps range go from 80 -100 to 120 -140fps.


Do we have any links to CEX (or anywhere) for the 8GB upgrade... Would be nice to be running 16GB just for future proofing... Cheers,

Microsoft Surface Pro Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB, 12.3" (3 Year Guarantee) & Signature Alcantara Type Cover £749.00 @ John Lewis (Saving £299.00)
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
For those who would prefer the 3 year John Lewis guarantee and the Signature (Alcantara) Type Cover.

The offer ended on the 11th April on the microsoft site.


Thanks for heads up on Amex but looked like it doesn't include the type cover.


You'll know that the 4GB will never manage photoshop with large photos, multiple layers and so on. On the other hand, I know first hand with experience of the 4GB devices that they'll function very well for everything else. I owned the SP3 from around its launch, and only upgraded to the 2017 SP last Black Friday. My workflow on my SP is pretty much the same every day. Office, NVivo, Mendeley, Onenote, Web, SPSS (Although that's being used less these days), Spotify, Skype, Media consumption. No graphics work, which is why 4GB works for me. Even if I were 'running out of RAM' the swap is sufficient for my purposes that I don't notice it. That will not be the case when you've got heave RAW manipulations going on. It sounds to me like the Surface Book 2 is the machine for you, but yeah, hopefully a deal will swing your way soon.


Got a powerful desktop for my design work so not sure the Surface Pro i5 8GB RAM is essential as I want it more for the tablet form factor. But 4GB feels like it definitely wont be enough. Kicking myself hard for not jumping on a Surface Book 2 deal/price glitch now as I'd much prefer a true laptop form factor that can become a tablet but not liking the alternative 2-1s when compared with Surface Pro.


The chances of getting a 4GB device to do reasonable in depth Photoshop is slim, but given that one of your alternative device will be a new iPad pro, it seems like the kind of photo editing you have in mind will work more than well enough on the 4GB surface pro.

Dell Inspiron 15 3000 15.6" Laptop (Matt Black) - Intel Core i3, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD £379.99 Amazon
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Seems to be a decent price for a Dell 8gb ram i3, although no SSD. About this item Features Anti-glare panel offers rich colours and crisp text for an optimal experience Gloss… Read more

Sorry Antony I think you have taken it out of context and I may of used incorrect wording, you said that its terrible at the price and I asked for a link to ‘justify’ your response thats all, sorry if i upset you


It's an i3 <non-specific>!


Don't remember any insults, personal comments or anything 'unjustifiable' doing what this site is supposed to be about. Providing an opinion on the quality of a deal. Bar the 8gb ram there is nothing special about this deal sorry if that offends your sensibilities.



Lenovo IdeaPad 320-15IKBRN 15.6" HD Notebook (Platinum Grey) - (Intel Core i5-8250U, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Windows 10 Home) for £349.99 delivered @ Amazon
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
If you look away from the ram and the screen this laptop is good for the money for everyday use (pirate) Processor: Core i5-8250U, 6M Cache, base frequency 1.60 GHz, up to 3.… Read more
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I do? When have I said that...


Brilliant thank you, I just need something for coursework and basic things really so it should be OK for that, thanks again


depends what you need, it's a very good laptop for general use ,browsing/ms office apps, specially if you replace the hard drive with an SSD , or are are patient :P The SSD speed's up the loading for the operating system and apps but it's still a good laptop without it. I think they didn't add the VAT , it's £366 with VAT after I've refreshed the page , still a great price


Thanks for that link, I think it's down to £305 now if I'm looking at the correct one.. Is it a decent laptop? I'm clueless with these things and every time I think I've found a decent one the comments on hukd put me off lol


expired, back at £513 now I bought a dell Inspiron 15 - 5570 for my wife, £370 , i5-8250U , 8Gb RAM, 1TB HDD (will clone and swap with an SSD) from Dell Outlet:

ASUS Gaming ZX553VD-DM968T Laptop - Intel Core i5-7300HQ, 15.6" Full HD Screen, Windows 10, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD, GeForce GTX 1050 - £599.97 @ Box
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Good deal at ASUS Gaming ZX553VD-DM968T Intel Core i5-7300HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 1000GB HDD No O… Read more

Not bad for the price. Would be excellent if it had an SSD.


A few of us have been looking on ebay and the panels cost roughly £45. Someone should be able to fit it in an hour so that's probably the other £55. For me personally, the laptop wont be used too much this year as it was bought to replace another laptop which is slowly dying. That's good as I wont be replacing the screen until the 1 year warranty has expired. As I use the laptop more, the screen isn't looking as bad as it did on day 1.


If the screen is that bad why would you settle for £100? I don't mean you would get more, but the £100 will disappear in no time, and you will be stuck with the screen forever. I think if it were me I would rather return it and look for a better deal, because that screen is going to bug you every time you open that laptop. £100 or not, and that to me simply isn't worth it. If you could upgrade it then great, but you can't, so you will be stuck with it.


For 1080p gaming you could easily get away with a 1050ti and a 1060 would be great to kind of future proof it a bit, but this 1050 is going to struggle straight away unless you turn the settings down a bit. Also a massive shame that there's no SSD. I have an ASUS gaming laptop and the build is great, that i5 is a crack. Good price though.


A bunch of us bought the FX503 from AO last week and the TN screen is appalling. As our machines are higher spec that this, I would put money on this having the same crappy screen. As AO F'd up with the screen description, we got £100 back making a price of £609, with the GTX 1060 and 128GB SSD.

Medion P6679 15.6 Inch Intel i5-7200u 2.5GHz 8GB 1TB GTX950M Full HD Gaming Laptop refurbished - Black - £467.99 delivered @ Argos eBay
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Looks alright spec for A grade refurbished with a 12 Month Argos Guarantee. Limited stock available. Work and play? The Medion P6679 can do it all with its Intel Core i5-7200U… Read more
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typically what games can be played on this laptop???


Would be more AAA stuff I'd say. Don't really need a laptop but been wanting one for years.


Depends what you need it for, I personally think all the games like Battlefiled are crap... I play mostly indie stuff and Dota 2 and other stuff. This GPU is fine for that stuff, but if for whatever reason you care about AAA gaming these days... then no


Going by the link above the 1050s are almost double the strength in GPU. I'll have to have a proper look. As there were some 1060 laptops on sale lately as well.


Is it a large difference? Been thinking of grabbing a mid range gaming laptop and selling my old normal laptop off. This one's a nice price but if an extra £200 gets me a lot better then I may consider that.

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