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Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) - £129.97 @ Laptops Direct (Grade B)
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Unlocked SIM Free 4G Ready for the fastest network speeds Ultra-sharp 16 Megapixel rear camera 16 Megapixel selfie camera 5.2" Ultra-bright AMOLED screen Super fast octa core p… Read more
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This should be hotter op, am quite surprised it isn't tbh, but as I've said before, hukd is a weird and wonderful place (embarrassed)


Yeah, I've had a Nokia 8 that came grade B, was pristine in my eyes with all accessories brand new, a huawei p smart immaculate grade B all accessories brand new. 2 x Google pixel 2 xl no accessories but immaculate grade B. So yeah from these guys. (highfive)


Is that from these guys? I don't think all refurb suppliers are equal.


A5 2017 is a good phone with great battery life


Grade B, even grade c have come to me in pristine condition, most of the time supplied with the box and accessories. Take from that what you will, but obviously not guaranteed every time.

Cheap Laptop Memory - 4 GB PC12800 DDR3 1600MHz 204 Pin Memory - £10 @ CeX
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Was in CEX today and found 8gb RAM upgrade for my laptop for £20, £10 per 4 GB PC12800 DDR3 1600MHz 204 Pin Memory. I know it’s secondhand but it’s some saving from crucial’s £64. … Read more
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Ok...maybe not as qualified as a Dell driver but I've built well over 10,000 PCs and servers, some of which have been or still are in use in some of the most adverse environments in the world, from the top of mountains to military installations. I've seen hundreds of memory-related issues when types have been mixed. The bottom line is if you mix memory you "could" get issues, even today. I'm not saying you will though - there is an important distinction. More fool you if you dispute that.


Define professional? A Dell RTB courier doesn’t quite fit the description. Mixed RAM specs is more likely to cause an issue as it’s using what happened to be laying around. Probably an old poorly stored sore stick or pulled from an inoperable carcass. Even then it’s probably the additional stick might not officially be on the QVL list. Last year Ryzen showed that memory can be finicky. However that was due to poor initial BIOS revisions, not due to the JEDEC standards and protocols.


Does anyone ever buy direct from Crucial? I use it to check I'm ordering the correct RAM.


Picked one up today was hynix 😣


cheers need to get myself some memory :)

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.

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Microsoft surface book 2 - 13 inch £1034.10 at Microsoft Store
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10% off all 13 inch Microsoft Surface Book 2 aptops. High end Microsoft laptop with detachable screen. Quite possibly the best all round laptop there is right now.

My comparison with Apple was more on the spec of the bottom entry as a dual core i5 8gb ram and 128gb ssd for upwards of £1k is on par with them that's all. The models with dedicated 1060 are great spec but not for the price they are charging. I'd love an i7/1060 one of these but £2.5k is a bit steep for playing GTA V on the go ;)


Agree with everything except the comparison with apple. Here you hava a unique setup with a detachable touch screen display and you can get a decent dedicated gpu. The novelty factor probably plays a big role in the pice. I’m hoping for massive deals on these come black friday


This is working out cheaper than a similar spec Surface Pro with type cover. Great deal.


One important thing to note is that the i5 model does not get a keyboard base with dedicated GPU, arguably the hallmark feature of the Surface Book line. Instead you're just get the integrated graphics of a dual core, underclocked, seventh gen i5. This is still a great option if you want a reasonably powerful tablet that can convert into a laptop with virtually zero compromises, but if the convertible nature isn't important to you then there are excellent ultraboooks at this price point which may be better value.


The price of these is outrageous and so is only having a 1 year warranty for such a huge outlay. I think they are great to use when working and have an i7 from work but there is no way i'd pay those prices for one. The i7 with 16gb ram and 500gb drive is £2.5k which is crazy money. The base one quoted in this deal is a dual core i5 8gb ram and 128gb drive and £1k so it's Microsoft charging over the top just like Apple does. At least with Dell you can extend your warranty and get 4 years cover so know you are covered for a decent time for a big outlay.

Thule Crossover Backpack 32L 47 cm Notebook Compartment - £64.92 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by Fuzion.
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Yes, it's expensive for a backpack but those of us who own one will tell you it's worth it. Lowest price from 3xCamels and mostly >£100 for the 32L elsewhere.

cool bag and great it has both laptop and ipad/book reader compartments. According to camel it is quite frequently this price level though.


Does it come with an engine?


Quality manufacturer, good price. Seems unfair to down-vote simply because you don't want to pay this much for a backpack.


Voted hot. They exchange a damaged pack without nibbles. My colleague is on his 3rd as two zippers were too used up. They sent him a new one again. Great service. You get what you pay for. Similar price to an Osprey or Deuter


Insulting price

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.

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Reburbished Acer Predator Core i7 16GB RAM 128GB SSD 17.3" Laptop GeForce GTX 1070 In Black £1199 with code littlewoods-clearance / Ebay
22/06/2018Expires on 22/06/2018Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Not for me as I have a desktop gaming rig but someone might really benefit from this gaming laptop with a 1070 card. Using the voucher code you should be able to get a maximum of £… Read more

That would be a Terabyte. Lowercase b = bit.


Completely agreed! I didn't even notice that it was a refurb. I hold my hands up, bad deal


Would be 'ok' if brand new, but a refurb for £1200 with those specs is not great tbh.


The 6700 is perfectly fine for gaming and will be for a while yet. The SSD is a bit measly for the price though.


A 1 TB HHD is standard in pretty much every gaming laptop.

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

MICROSOFT 13.5" Surface Laptop i5 RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 256 GB SSD £999 at PC World
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
PC World are offering the cobalt blue, the burgundy and the gold versions of the i5, 8GB, 256GB HDD for £999. Am sure John Lewis will price match, so 2 year guarantee is possible

Giving it a wipe works for me. Maybe I just have special skin.


Alcantara is used in all sorts of environments and cleans up well if using the right cleaning equipment. Maybe I'm not using mine enough, as its holding up very well so far.


Great price for a laptop that excels on style rather than substance; the power is more than enough for an "every-day user" and it having last year's processor is not a big deal given that it has an SSD and 8gb ram. Most of us (every-day users) won't notice the difference in 7th Gen and 8th Gen processors, so don't get too caught up on this point. It is the best looking laptop out there (beauty in the eye of the beholder and all that...) and that's why you pay a premium. If you are a "power user" then go for the Dell or HP Spectre/Envy. In summary - no laptop looks as good as this and it will have all the Dell and Apple fan-bois drooling. If some-one mocks your "processor generation", ask them to have a feel of your keyboard and then tell them to jog-on :-P More importantly, price drop is likely a signal of a refresh coming soon....


It sounds a lot but I’ve used it for just a week and I absolutely love it. It’s very quick to start, keyboard is great, is super light and very practical in terms of carrying it around or use in your lap and on top battery is superb. Don’t forget the touchscreen as well!


Yep, and at least you can replace Surface pro cover. Think it's mad they didn't release an option that was just bare metal. Style over function.

Asus VivoBook S14 S410UA 14" Laptop - Grey £349 @ AO
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
this Laptop is now on sale @ £200 OFF INTEL Core i3 128GB SSD 4GB RAM Windows 10 Up to 7 hours battery life Light and portable at 1.2kg Intel Core i3 processor - for work… Read more



Depends if a better screen, faster processor, and twice the RAM and storage space is worth £250 to you. Both laptops should feel nice and nippy for basic tasks. The more expensive one will look nicer whilst doing them.


Is it worth paying for the higher spec model: ASUS Vivobook S410UA-EB046T£599 at John Lewis?


A similar price on Amazon (I *think* it's the same spec . . .) £400 at Box (ditto spec)


Doubting the 200 reduction given specs

Lenovo 14” Yoga 710-14IKB Core i5-7200U 8GB RAM 128GB SSD Storage 2 in 1 Laptop Silver £520 @ Tesco Direct (Free C&C)
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
The Lenovo™ YOGA 710-14IKB laptop is designed to keep you connected to all your favourite content on the go. Featuring a 360° rotating hinge, the Lenovo™ laptop makes it easy to pe… Read more
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You're kind of right, the fan at full power is still noisy. But, the updates mean the fan comes on less often, and almost silently for 90% of the time. Now, unless you're really pushing the processor, it's all good. All the wife does is shopping & office, so for us it's completely solved.


I really don't see the value here. Firstly the processor is a dog, I have a HP envy with an i5-7200U and it was so slow I hated it. I am not talking about gaming just general day to day stuff. The i5-8th gen is so much better it's worth the extra. Only a month ago I bought a refurb Dell 7373 with 16gb ram, 512gb ssd, i7-8th gen, USB C laptop charging, FHD Touchscreen etc for £652. Surely it's gotta be worth a little more?


I started looking at high end laptops recently and all of a sudden Macbooks don't seem overpriced at all. Some of these Lenovos and HPs go up to just under 2k :/ Who wants to spend that much on a WIndows virus backdoor? When buying Windows I always buy second hand cheap old laptops on ebay and upgrade them with a 120 GB SSD and replace CD drives (remember them?) with cheap 1 tb HDDs. You can get a lightening fast Windows laptop for a couple of hundred quid that way.. I found MS Surface Laptop is best value among the high end WIndows machine. Lenovo, HP etc have totally lost the plot when it comes to pricing.


Thanks - didn't know that. Really interesting. I was surprised to read that they do not put MIMO wireless cards into many of their expensive laptops which just seems cheap and results in potentially slower connectivity. Well, Lenovo are on the not buying list now. All laptop makes have their negatives but Lenovo's negatives are piling up.


If you want to replace certain components in a Lenovo laptops - typically Wifi cards, batteries etc - it has to be on approved list of components from a prescribed manufacturer or it won't work. Some components they specifically block (it's written into the BIOS) even though it would otherwise be compatible.

Lenovo Ideapad 120S (14") Laptop - Grey - £169.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Basic laptop (not for gamers!) great spec for the price as far as I can see. Normally only getting 2GB RAM and 16/32 emmc for this price and higher. Perfect for me, typing essays… Read more

Please take down .now.


Not sure if I can take down...


Thanks will take down;)




17" screen size laptop, Acer Aspire ES1-732 4GB 1TB £239 @ Tesco
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Acer Aspire ES1-732 4GB 1TB Celeron N3350 1.1 dual-core, 17" 1600*900. Free c+c. Delivery £3. Nice big screen but slow laptop :)
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Im an old guy and use an old Dell Inspiron 9400 17" 2gb RAM 300gb HDD, and find it great for what I use it for. I also have an I7 15" which I very rarely use as I prefer the bigger screen. . I'd like to buy this as a replacement for the Dell, will this be as good or better? or is it a waste of money.


Upgrade to SSD, replace windows with Ubuntu and it will be ok for me. ;)


I had one of these and the hinges snapped damaging the casing after about 8 weeks. Took it to a computer store and they said the amount it would cost to repair, it's cheaper to get a new one


I have been googling and can't find out if this has a soldered on CPU. If it doesn't and the CPU is upgradable this looks a great buy. appears to have bga CPU or soldered on.


It all depends which programs you use. I still use a 10-year old Dell laptop, with 4GB RAM and upgraded SSD. It is fine and I do not find it slow. My son was amazed when I compared it with his i5 processor with 8GB RAM (he does not have an SSD). I also run the latest Win 10 version (32 bit - as I need DOS for legacy programs). It is not "slow". Moores' law died a long time ago. Processing speed has not doubled every year and focus is on low power use. £239 is a good price for a 17" laptop. If you use Office, and web browsers then the machine is fine. If you want to do image processing, then it may be slow. Many people want to do mundane office tasks. In fact I would say most people do nothing more. For some people screen size is important. I just hate to use a 15.6" screen. 17" is minumim for me on a laptop. Yes, I am getting old!

Acer Aspire 5 15.6" i5 8GB 128GB SSD GeForce MX150 Graphics Full HD Notebook Black - £469 @ Tesco Direct
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Posted by user Rachman a few months ago when was £632. Now £469 in the clearance sale. Full HD IPS Screen Size 15.6" Screen Type LED Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels 8GB Ra… Read more
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There seems to be a lot of conflicting information about the screens on these Acer aspire 5’s. The one everyone says is dire is the TN panel which from what I can see the mx150 variant doesn’t come with, Tesco list this as having the ips display whereas all other aspire 5’s they have doesn’t make mention of it. As noted here the ips variant is actually decent ,if anyone actually has this model from Tesco’s it would be good to get confirmation it does actually come with that ips panel?


Good deal. Much better than the MSI someone posted last week.


Go for this or is a premium of £130 worth it for:


Depends the type of work you are going to be doing on it. Pay no attention to people saying get gaming one they are more bulky. I can see fair few people don't know anything moaning about it not being latest gen if you are going to moan then it should be that it is U version but look at the price this is good offer compared to what else is about. I would suggest staying clear of HP unless you go for the series like elitebook


This is very tempting, as I've been looking at an HP with similar price, although doesn't have the added gaming specs... I'm looking at it for coding though. Is Acer a slightly better make than HP?

ACER Swift 3 15.6" Laptop £539.10 - Ryzen 2500U / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD / FHD @ Currys / eBay - Ends Tonight
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Last chance using the code PREPHOME10 as it ends tonight, thought worth a shout on this before it's back at £599 for a while longer. Dropped from £699 back in March to the £599 r… Read more

Not really true. Will handle far better games than those. Ryzen is ideal for people who want decent performance and battery life and may wish to play games from time to time. Managed to play quake champions on my i5 6200u at lowest res this would probably manage it at lowest settings at 1080p which would do me dandy.


A potato is faster than a 940m :p Seriously: the Vega 8 is 10-20% slower than a gt 1030 entry card. If you play anything remotely modern at 720p/1080p.... don‘t buy it for gaming. If you like Age of Empires 2 & Command and Half-life 2, go ahead:)


Better gpu than my 940m too



Woah 7700 pass mark! Don't know about the graphics or battery life. Smashes my i5 6200u!

HP OMEN 15-ce012na Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB, 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, 15.6”, Shadow Black £999.95  John Lewis
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Pretty decent gaming laptop with two years guarantee, only doesn't appear to have SSD to speed things up a bit. Similar price to refurb unit from other sellers ’Powerhouse’ is on… Read more

That “only difference” is a huge difference as well. It’s one of the only things that can’t be upgraded.


But 8k, 12 bit hdr with quad sli with quad xeon is the way to go ;)


But you also got lumped with a 1050ti!


But the graphics card is the only thing that can't be upgraded. 1tb HD v ssd is same cost so just sell one and buy another. Ram makes no difference at that capacity other than bragging rights. 1050ti is significantly slower, which in a gaming machine makes a difference


The only difference is the 1060 swapped for a 1050ti (lol) processors the same, rams better, it's got a 1tb hdd and an ssd. Way better deal

Grade B Samsung Galaxy S9 Midnight Black 5.8" 64GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free £399.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Grade B Samsung galaxy S9 64GB midnight black unlocked

To anyone who has purchased one of these did you get a VAT invoice and is the VAT shown as the standard 20%? I might purchase one for business use but sometimes refurbished can't have the VAT reclaimed.


Mine arrived today, original packaging not a mark on it, all original accessories. Great purchase.


Received mine today, all looked as new with all genuine accessories in the box :)


If it's anything like mine, which I bet it will be, you'll be very pleased


Thanks for the info, mines due for delivery tomorrow.

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.

Nokia 6 (2017 version) in Copper - Refurbished Grade A/Pristine - 32GB/3GB Memory, SD430 Processor, 5.5in HD Screen, 16MP Rear Camera - £129.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
If a copper/salmon/pink(ish) coloured phone appeals to you, this phone might be the phone for you! Reasonable specs for the price, and saving about £60 on a brand new, unopened bo… Read more

Maybe I do, maybe I don't. (strong) (worldcup)


That reminds me. Mrswitch do you wear a pointy hat during your day to day?


Cold. Got this for £100 brand new last Xmas. Admittedly it was by using a Top Cash Back deal but still. That was a steal and this isn't really a deal....


I csnt comprehend why this would go cold, and the appliances direct one went hot... Hukd is an utterly weird place.


Both the same p-diddy..

HP Pavilion Pro Notebook 14-bf007na 14" Laptop - Natural Silver £449 Delivered with code @ AO
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Cheapest price for this Pavilion laptop from HP. 10 hour battery life so would be perfect for an office computer or for a student. Code is only valid until tomorrow night, so don'… Read more

1. Thanks for the post! 2. Still thanking you for the post, if next time you could specify which flavour of processor and graphics to save people having to click through to the deal. "Intel® Core™ i3 processor" can mean a lot of things. 3. For others' benefit, it's apparently a i3-7100U and Intel 620. 4. Thanks for the post!

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