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Laptops have become some of the most important computing devices for students, businessmen/women and modern consumers. They offer quick and easy access to the vast stores of information and entertainment available on the Internet from any location equipped with Wi-Fi. Finding the right laptop to suit requirements means spending time checking computer specifications and capabilities – HotUKDeals' listing helps customers to find the best portable computer. Read more
ACER Aspire 6 15.6" Laptop Intel Core i7-8550U £549 @ Currys Ebay
Found 4 h, 24 m agoFound 4 h, 24 m ago
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That one from Box is far better. It has an Solid State Drive(which is much faster than a traditional Hard Drive), and has more real memory (8GB vs 4GB). The whole laptop will be a much better experience.


Sorry quite inexperienced on laptops. Would you recommend the one I've posted or this one? Cheers


Nope Nope. Full spec list: Only 4GB of RAM, and a 1TB HDD. "20GB Memory" is a marketing term and the Optane will make a difference, but an SSD would have been far better.

Porsche Design Book One 2-in-1 Laptop (RRP £2500) - i7, 16GB Ram, 512GB SSD, 3200x1800 IPS Touchscreen - £999.98 @ eBuyer
Found 30th SepFound 30th Sep Originally retailing at over £2500, this is one overpriced laptop that consequently received poor rev… Read more
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I'll give my first impressions, I got one of these today, updating windows as we speak (top tip:- it's probably quicker to DL the latest pro on a USB stick and boot off that) I've never spent this much on a laptop before but due to my job income in contact with all the usual suspects, spectre, surface, cos etc is this better, can be sure yet, seen an XPS 13 today and they are so plasticy!. Looking forward to using the pencil and the tablet portion on the sofa. I've setup Windows hello and it's great, Need to buy a screen protector, I bought a MacBook sleeve to carry it around in, looks like they are no cases, this I think due to rarity and also the full rotating hinge which would foul any case. Oh well will just have to look at the chassis.


With all due respect Michael, you can't compare a laptop against a 2-in-1.


My partner spent £600 on a slightly lower spec but 8th generation i7 quad core touch screen laptop from Dell Nice machine too. However its still a good post ,certainly better than anything Ive posted :-)

HPMan I think this is it, I haven't registered yet, just got mines today. Another Edit:- yeah, this site works fine, you need to register and give the SN of the tablet portion and the SN of the keyboard partition to complete then they send you a PDF warranty document.


Have a look on forums, it’s not just me. But there will be good machines as well.

Vertical Wireless 2.4GHz Mouse - Army Brown £5.58 @ Gearbest
Found 5 h, 1 m agoFound 5 h, 1 m ago
1% TopCashBack + £2.5 cashback ( minimum order £10 ) Also Available on Black Main Features: ● Ergonomic vertical design reduces hand fatigue and prevents carpal tu… Read more
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There's one that has a plate that swivels for left or right handed folk. Fairly new. Can't remember the game of it but I saw a review on YouTube the other day.


Try one of these, you'll never want to use a normal mouse again...




I disagree it caused my wrist more pain so I was forced to switch back to my old mouse 'actually'.


These things are fantastic, check out the reviews on Amazon. I rarely bother with my expensive mouse any more, after a day or two getting used the difference you dont want to go back. There's a Bluetooth version but the reviews were very poor, don't bother.

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MSI 8th Gen i7, 1050 Ti, 8gb, 128gb + 1tb £849.99 @ Amazon
Found 10 h, 5 m agoFound 10 h, 5 m ago
Bene going down in price for a while, was 1100 a month and a half ago 1 star review due to wrong page info so bear in mind this is a 60Hz TN (not a 120Hz IPS as indicated at some … Read more

Just got the 7th gen version for £680 from amazon its ok but i hate the keyboard


1060 money for me, cold.


If she doesn't need it to be portable a desktop would be a better choice for sure. More bang for your buck, better cooling and future upgradability. Be plenty of deals on components over black Friday and all that so could make a wishlist now and wait for the prices to drop.


Desktop if the space is available 100%


My kid really wants a laptop to play some games etc but at this price and it being a gtx1050 I doubt I'm getting her it lol. Thinking I'll build her a desktop instead

Lenovo 720s i5 8250u geforce mx150   8gb ddr4 ram 256gb ssd at DistrictElectricals for £549
Found 14 h, 50 m agoFound 14 h, 50 m ago
Lenovo 720s i5 8250u geforce mx150 8gb ddr4 ram 256gb ssd Fingerprint reader 14 inch
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I7 model on Ebay for £599.99 with pumpkins code

rkc123 £525.95 with code pumpkins


You're probably thinking of the 15.6" version, the 720s-15IKB:


No, it just has the top row of numbers. I have not seen a 14" laptop with a numpad. Would like one but not sure how it could fit without keyboard keys being tiny.


It comes up at £579 not £549?! Am I missing something?

Intel 760p nvme m2 512Gb £105.94 @ cclcomputers / Ebay
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to 3230MB/s Read, 1625MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 340000 4K IOPS Write: 275000 5 Year Warranty
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Really? Do enlighten us all. "The great results we've been getting from these reference designs calls into question Intel's custom firmware for the 760p. The 760p is by no means always slower than drives like the SX8200 or HP EX920, but overall the reference firmware seems to offer the better balance of performance for most users. Intel's close relationship with Silicon Motion sometimes gives them a distinct advantage, but in this case it seems like the 760p may have been released a little too early."


Ok, well you're wrong (y) (lipstick)


I noticed a (marginal) increase in boot speed compared to a SATA SSD, particularly for Windows 10 and when launching large games. In day to day use I think you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference between an NVME drive and SATA SSD. They also get really really hot so make sure you have decent airflow across your m/b. I'd personally buy a SATA SSD with more storage until the prices on these come down


You won't see much difference


What is it that's hard to understand? I think the Adata is a better SSD in every area. Speed, power usage, latency etc.... Warranty on the Intel is better I think though.

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Acer Swift 3 SF314-52-31PA Ultrabook Laptop 14" i3 8GB 128GB SSD IPS - £362.10 @ Tesco eBay
Found 18 h, 6 m agoFound 18 h, 6 m ago
"Save an extra 10% using code PREP4XMAS at checkout !" Code brings the price to 362.10 Just bought one for myself. Thanks @davescouse for bringing this to my attention.

What’s the screen like on this ? 90% of laptops have a dim or off white screen


What specs do you look for in a laptop when you’re wanting one to play football manager on + day to day browsing and it run fine. I haven’t a clue what everything is/what to look for; i3 i5 i7, RAM, GB, CPU ect...


you've been told wrong, my old laptop from 2010 is still fine. my uncle's one from 2012 as well :) They are all made in Foxconn factory anyway :)


I've always been told to avoid Acer laptops. Is this actually decent then?


Ive got it infront of me, brilliant buy for those that just want this for everyday general use, very fast.

Dell OptiPlex 5040 - Mini Desktop PC Intel Core i5-6500 / 3.2 GHz Quad Core CPU 4GB RAM, 500GB £399.99 Delivered w/code @ Laptop Outlet
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Big price drop on this desktop system from Dell, when using the £50 off code. Intel Core i5, with 4GB of RAM, 500GB HDD, and Windows 10 Pro. You'll need to use the code 'LOCT50' a… Read more

6th Gen (2015) 4GB HDD Not great in 2018.


can;t find on itzoo at the moment but better price and value with 256gb ssd, so yea, not a good deal.


pretty poor if you ask me, expensive for what it is.


Poor deal tbh, itzoo had similar setup with ssd for just over 200 still under dell warranty (refurb)

HP Slimline 411-a000na Intel Dual Core, 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD, Win 10 £119.99 (Refurbished) Delivered using code @ Laptop Outlet
TODAYTODAYFound 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Thought this was a great price for a basic slimline desktop PC. Perfect for a small office or kids room for basic productivity tasks. Includes 4GB of RAM with a 1TB HDD and Windows… Read more

1. i don't own a iphone. My gf has a iphone and a ipad yet she does not have or need a pc or imac to use her devices. 2.When it arrived it had the snow leopard OS installed which dates back to 2009 as far i know and yet i still manged to install multiple apps to make it useful direct from the developers websites so even if you loose the app store in the future its no big deal as there's god knows how many apps already for el captan which i upgraded it to. Tell me something do you download all your apps from Microsoft's poor excuse for a app store on your PC or do you download most of them direct from the developers webpage like most people like myself and the people i know? Example VLC media player - you can get the player from there website for pretty much every mac OS that was released.There far more ways than just the App stores on both systems to download what you want otherwise people would of stopped using windows xp and other outdated OS a very long time ago.If all else fails you could always download older versions of apps off torrent sites so your not left with your ass waving in the wind ;)


A good if potentially expensive solution is to use a router that can do the VPN duties including kill switch equivalent. I have a PC Engines based PFSense router and use with Private Internet Access. No wireless but I use a cheap bridged mesh system for that. That way you can protect everything on the network and get failsafe protection from exposure if the VPN goes down. It is not a killswitch as such and is 100 percent reliable. I don't do anything naughty but I don't like privacy violation so tend to use a VPN. I have an APU2 board but the ALIX board are cheap and 'might' meet your requirements depending on internet speed. A bit of fun to play about with if nothing else. I have seen PC Engines stuff on eBay for peanuts. Of course you can use any old desktop with another network card but my environmental sensitivity doesn't like the wasted electricity and it also is a big ugly eyesore. Most domestic routers are very basic, hard to go back when you have used a proper router :) Not for everyone as it is not plug and play though. If you play with Linux then this sort of playing about might be up your street - and it really is not too complex.


Ha :) I sometimes use my old samsung nc10 netbooks for torrent and media server (no transcoding) but they got screwed up when I stupidly did an lubuntu update which killed my samba network sharing and I could not be bothered to set up samba and the vpn kill switch again! I used to use torguard which had a linux app but then switched to privatevpn which required some config hacks for kill switch. Damn lubuntu upgrade!


I had a Dell t7500 for a bit. Was fine but a big ugly case. Bought it dirt cheap and now have sold it on. But for a cheap reasonably specced machine for general use it is hard to complain too much. I bought a couple of tiny atom powered PCs for VERY little on eBay. Can't remember the brand but they were very well put together. Not really sure why I bought them? I think I intended to use one as an always on web server for very low volume and the other for bittorrent. Anyway they were too slow even for that! Probably perfect for display boards or terminals or something. Put them back on eBay and people lapped them up at a hefty premium - should have bought more. God knows what they thought when they tried booting Windows.... Just goes to show people don't do their research very well. For people who want a small pc the Lenovo Tiny series are not a bad buy. I have an I5 and it is a great little desktop for everyday office / browsing duty. Can be bought on ebay for reasonable money. Much better value than Intel nuc in my opinion and very well built. Way better than this deal.


Nice deal dark,i never thought of buying a old Imac before as i have used PC all my life ,but there seems to me like there's some good value hardware to be had as long some pc users are willing to put the fanboy-ism in the closet considering the prices. It makes me shudder to think what a core due pc with 4gb of ram running windows 10 on a 5400rpm hard drive crawls like ;)

Apple MacBook Air 128gb US keyboard was 859.99 now 652.99 @ Eglobal Central
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
2017 MacBook Air. I have had good experiences with 2 iPads I bought off this site. One would not turn on and the Apple Shop in Newcastle exchanged it with no quibbles. Good price … Read more

They generally will do that. One of the benefits of having a physical shop and pretty good(mostly) customer service.


I done that with an iPad and Apple swapped it without issue


If it is an apple product why not try the apple store?


Tried to use eglobal UK warranty. They wont provide a UK address for return so have to post to Hong Kong even though on their website they state that its a UK returns address. Avoid like the plague.


It wasn't even an actual comparison, just the usual rubbish talking point.

Acer Swift 3 Ultra Thin Laptop - Core i3 / 14" 1080P IPS Screen / 4GB DDR4 / 128GB SSD £349.99 Delivered with code @ Acer
Refreshed 17th OctRefreshed 17th Oct24/10/2018Expires on 24/10/2018
Serious discount on this laptop using the code. This ultra thin laptop would be perfect for someone on the go, with a light and slim design, plus an SSD to help ensure things stay … Read more

Doubt it - they're probably be about £450 and upwards. I'm simply explaining that there are different iterations and hardware specs for this laptop so do some quick research / read a few reviews of the specific model number before buying.


Me too....I don't anyone here has taken much notice....thankfully!


Are any of those 2018 models anywhere near £350 though? Guessing £600 or more without looking so not really a fair comparison.


2017 Acer Swift 3 SF314-51 1.53kg (HD610) 2017 Acer Swift 3 SF314-52 1.7kg (MX150) 2018 Acer Swift 3 SF314-54 1.45kg (MX150) 2018 Acer Swift 3 SF314-55 1.36kg (MX150 Max-Q) 2018 Acer Swift 3 SF314-56 1.36kg ((MX150 Max-Q)


Yes latest one is about 1450g so a decent 250g saving according to PC World

Full HD Laptop - 128GB SSD - Quad Core - £329.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Pretty decent laptop 15.6 Inch Screen AMD A10 A10-9620P Processor 4 GB RAM 128 SSD Windows 10 Operating System Black 11 hours Battery Life 1920 x 1080 Resolution Radeon R5 integra… Read more

This seems a good price,I'm on a budget and would like a laptop for my son,as mentioned before it might be worth waiting for Black Friday,what do you think folks?So can the RAM be upgraded on this? Just out of interest could anyone advise an external HDD for this at a decent price?


So easy to upgrade RAM with any consumer grade laptop. You just need the right case tool to pry the case open and a bit of gentle force. Provided that this is a Full HD 15.6" it's a great price. I rate the AMD APUs. I bought something similarly priced about 6/7 years ago with an A8 APU (quad core 1.8GHz with HD56xxx graphics or something) and it lasted me that long until the CPU became noticeably slow as I began to use it for more complex tasks. It was a Dell Inspiron 15R, highly recommend. If I had some extra cash floating around I would definitely buy this as a daily driver.


Might as well wait till BF. Pretty sure an i5 based laptop with full hd and ssd will make an appearance for £349. They're like death and taxes.


Read the question I was replying to. This cpu has its place and is fine for the use in question. You're not going to experience throttling using office and watching media. The RAM however might cause problems. It was a simple question and simple answer. The avarage person doesn't want to buy a laptop and upgrade the ram out of the box.


Still is better than being soldered. Many laptops/Chromebooks these days , come with soldered ram as well to stop them from being upgraded.

Various portable hard drives at up to 75% off. Waitrose Salisbury in store. Verbatim, Freecom, Buffalo Air Drive 500gb - From £15
01/11/2018Expires on 01/11/2018LocalLocalFound 16th OctFound 16th Oct
As above. Probably in store only, though obviously I have no way of checking other stores. Not currently listed on John Lewis website, so probably store only. This is one of the … Read more


Can highly recommend a visit to the cathedral and a spot of lunch at Zizzi if you're visiting.


Worth coming from Russia for these offers.


The bargains only pop up every once in a while, but always worth a peep.


Oh nice find, I wish my Waitrose did this.

I7 8700k new from Amazon - £341.49
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Intel Core i7-8700K Processor (12M Cache, up to 4.70 GHz) 3.7GHz 12MB Smart Cache Box processor.Intel Optane memory is a revolutionary new class of non-volatile memory that sits in… Read more

my 6700k @4.5 is ace.




Considering it's faster than most Ryzens at gaming, maybe sell it as it's still worth about £200


this or 2700x?


Don't think we're going to be buying this new for £283 any time soon...

Dell XPS 13 9370 - i7-8550U, 16gb RAM, 512gb SSD, 4K UHD Touchscreen - now £1459.99 - Amazon
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. I've been waiting for this to drop somewhere, anywhere for a while. Dell's current price is £1549 Tech specs Screen size: 13.3 Processo… Read more
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Is 4% hot?????


Perhaps, but surely you can't use student discount and claim this as expenses + flat rate VAT?


U can get a 10% discount code from dell support for Ur first order just easly write email to them with a request. That make U a price arround 1395£


You have to apply for discount code via dell student and use NUS card as proof. Takes a few days.


NUS works ??

Xiaomi Air 13.3 inch i5-8250U NVIDIA GeForce MX150 2GB 8GB DDR4 256GB Fingerprint Recognition Laptop - £600.22 @ Banggood
Shipping from CNShipping from ChinaFound 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Seems like a decent spec. There's no reviews on the site, but according to notebookcheck, it seems fairly well rated... any thoughts?… Read more

Thanks Kwl!


Online reviews for the series. In general everything is sound as a pound but for the battery life. At £600 its very expensive punt to take and I think you can easily find something comparable either around this price tag or slightly more and you'd get a great experience.


Where did you see information of the battery life? Weight & Battery life are most important things for me. Thx.


Quality machine, with backlit keyboard and very light at 1.3kg. Shame not touchscreen though.


And shame that the battery life doesn't live up to expectations.

WENGER Transit 16" Laptop Backpack - Black for £19.97 @ Currys
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
I prefer not to travel but I'm sure this would come in handy for those who enjoy commuting to work :) Transport your laptop or MacBook along with your computing essentials wit… Read more
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Delivered today


Yeah paid for mine Tuesday and it's just been cancelled but never expected more from Currys.




Mine has shipped too. Thanks OP


Got the confirmation that mines in the post too (y)

Goldenfir 1TB 2.5" SATA SSD - £99.51 (New Sign Ups only) @ AliExpress
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
Sub £100 1TB SSDs are here! Even though Goldenfir isn't a well known brand, their SSDs seem to be receiving decent reviews, all being true to capacity with average read/writes aro… Read more

Because the marginal person buying an ssd is replacing a hdd in their old desktop or laptop not replacing their old ssd. I agree... Other budget youtubers have done better comparison videos of hdd vs budget vs high end ssd and I prefer to watch them! Hardware unboxed, techyescity, randomgaminghd, budgetbuilds etc


All these SSD co's love to quote the fastest seq speeds (clean, unfilled drive),.which wont really affect most people, rather than the 4k block speeds which will affect people esp. if this drive is used as a boot drive. Dram -less means that it gets a lot more writes than a normal cached drive. It would be nice to know what controller and namd it uses .. supposedly JMICRON ("the horror, the horror") but even then their problems were a few years ago. Cheap yes, worth your money?? highly debateable ...specially when known good brands are dropping their prices significantly


Poor read/writes, along with lower 4k reads than writes. (based on 120gb/240gb). Basically don't buy


Interesting! So potentially rebadged refurbished devices, or(more likely) built from NAND that was rejected by big brand QA due to having too many dead cells. That's a lot more encouraging.


lol. guess i have morals, i eat meat, i drive a petrol car and cant be arsed with recycling, but have no choice as they wont take my bins otherwise (lol)

Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 i7 (8th gen! 3.9GHz) 8GB 256GB FHD (possible misprice as cheaper than the i5) £1199 @ Dell
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
This is cheaper than the i5 version of the same model which is in the sale and seems like a lot of laptop for the money (which I accept is quite a lot). And note that the 512GB ve… Read more

Thanks OP. I just bought this for £1028 using a Dell unidays code and the 2 year premium service trick above. Hope it's worth the money. I'm worried that the screen wont be anywhere near as good as my Late 2013 Macbook Pro 13 retina one. Need to wait and see, unless anyone has any info?


This is still active for me .. so not expired !


An extra £30 can also be saved on this with a free upgrade included also on top aswell too the 2 year premium support instead of the 1 year one so you can buy this for £1169 plus cash back from quidco or topcashback plus dell give money off dicount for students aswell also


That's exactly it, I find a lot of the ULV based devices are far too small to allow suitable cooling so they run hot and loud. I have a few Dell Core-M PC's (similar to the Y series) as they can run passively and don't get hot so they're far better suited to this type of design whereas the similar ULV PC's I find are irritating as there's a lot of fan noise and they run hot making them unpleasant when used on a lap. If I want performance, I'd go for a 35W or 45W processor as even the quad core ULV processors are poor performers for anything demanding despite the fact people now frequently believe the 5W processors are useless and the ULV processors are good for power users.


The older Dell XPS 13 (9360, 9350, etc not the 9365) had U-series chips. The Y series was obviously chosen to make it thinner and increase battery life but a quad-core would’ve been amazing here and what many power users spending this much probably want (even if the computer is a tiny bit thicker).

64GB HP Stream 11 Pro G4 - 11.6" Touchscreen Laptop  N3450 / 4GB RAM £199.99 @ Laptop Outlet
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
£20 more than the last deal on the Non-Touchscreen version on this (now expired) So if that's something you'd use then overall spec wise, this is decent. Not everyone want's a big … Read more

You can upgrade for free to full windows 10 pro using windows store. It's an instant upgrade with no reboots or downloads.


I was tempted until I saw the Win10S


It says on HP website Windows 10 Pro in S mode so assume you can upgrade to Windows 10 Pro for free.


An easy and quick fix, but the hardware will be forever lacking.


Windows 10 S, booo!

Asus ROG Strix GL702VS Core i7-7700HQ 16GB 1TB + 256GB SSD GeForce GTX 1070 17 Inch Gaming Laptop - Titanium Gold £1349.97 @ Laptops direct
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
You save: Screen size17.3in Intel Core i7Processor Number7700HQ RAM Memory16GB Storage256GB SSD & 1TB Hard Drive Screen Resolution1920 x 1080 Operating SystemWindows 10 Graph… Read more

Because its not a £300 dell...


Good price, no idea why so cold. Heat from me.


That's actually a decent price for a 1070 laptop. I doubt you'll find an 8th gen i7 + 1070 for anywhere near that price


Have looked at this laptop. At this money would want latest Gen processor. Anyone know of anywhere with a GTX 1070 Graphics card with 8th Gen which does not have poor overheating reviews? Nearly bought a HP Omen similar spec with smaller but better screen and 8th Gen but lots reviews saying gets super hot within minutes.

Lenovo IdeaPad 520 15.6" FHD Gaming Laptop - Intel i7-7500U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, NVIDIA  GT 940MX (2GB) DEDICATED GFX £629.99  Laptop outlet
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
It is a 7th gen i7 but still a really good price. 2% student discount also.
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Avoid buying from Lenovo direct at all costs. I purchased a laptop the mouse pad was dead on delivery. The build is super cheap and the only advise they give is to fo a full system restore back to manufacture. If I had purchased from currys or pc world I would have demanded a full refund not what you expect when purchasing a purported new item .also when using hdmi the external sound is full of drop out and time lags


ACER swift is actually really good. I might add bigger ssd. However Acer aspire with Ryzen 5 2500u is bit better in multicore benchmarks and graphic card is definitely "much" better than Intel on board graphics.


I just picked up the Swift 3 for myself, actually. I've only tested LoL on it but it runs that very well even on high settings. That Aspire looks good though for the price. What do you think my machine would be capable of running? I understand the Ryzen chips have much better intergrated gfx.


Have you looked at Acer Aspire 3? Check below and if you decide to buy make sure to add a M. 2 SSD (may cost extra £40-60) and it'll beat i7 7500u and 940mx.


Ryzen 5 2500u will beat i7 7500u cpu and 940mx while consuming less power (Ryzen cpu might be slightly slower in single thread works but definitely beat multicore)

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