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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
ASUS FX503VM Laptop - i7 / 8GB / GTX 1060 6GB + Backpack £929.97 (Free NDD w/code) / Acer 21.5" SA220Q ZeroFrame Monitor £81.99  @ Box
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
For a 6GB GTX 1060 set up I think this a nice option for an ASUS model, you get a free backpack with it as well. A nice slick looking machine and as far as backpacks go... I actual… Read more
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That bag's way to small for the laptop.


This laptop is pretty portable. It's much thinner that the usual gaming laptop. Not bad at all.


Not everyone has a lot of space, e.g. has kids, can take gaming laptop on train or away on business


Well if you did want a portable computer, say if you wanted to take it to a friend's place or your girlfriend's, or even move to a different room in your house, you're more likely to prefer taking a single self-contained device rather than lugging around a desktop and various peripherals with you (including a monitor). Unless you have weak bones and/or muscles, they're not that difficult to carry.

Acer Spin 5 13.3" Convertible Laptop - Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 128GB SDD, Full-HD IPS Touchscreen, Backlit Keyboard £329.97 @ BOX UK
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Discounted from £379. Intel Core i3-6006U Dual Core Processor 13.3" Full HD IPS Touchscreen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 4GB RAM 128GB SSD Integrated Intel HD 520 Graph… Read more

This is obviously older stock. Doubt you'll want to do anything with a faster hub or 4k TV with only 4GB ram. Windows 10 has become real bloatware and 8GB is what you really need nowadays to run it smoothly. This is good for general browsing and 1080p stuff. Heat for fullhd screen and backlit keyboard. Touchscreen and tent mode a bonus


Most new laptop s have them . Usb c let's you connect to external hubs at much faster speed . Displayport / HDMI 2.0 let you use 4k monitor or connect to TV in 4k


7 to 8 hour runtime, i3 is pretty efficient.


Review here: Acer Spin 5 SP513-51 Convertible Review


Also not dipped in chocolate and not made of gold. Heat all day long for a virtually perfect out of the box budget machine.

GL62MVR 7RFX 1269UK - GTX 1060 3GB - 15.6” FHD IPS - I5 7300HQ - 8GB DDR4 -  256GB SSD + FREE PORTABLE 1TB HHD £869.99 / £880.49 delivered @ Overclockers
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Not expecting this to go hot but thought it worth posting. Pro's: 265gb ssd, IPS screen, free portable hdd Con's: 3gb 1060, no internal hdd
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Link, please!


£800 for a scratch and dent inspiron with these specs is way too much mate. Pretty sure you can get it for that price on their main site brand new. I just bought a certified refurb inspiron 7577 with a i7 7700, 16gb ram, GTX 1060 6gb, 128gb ssd + 1tb HDD for £820 yesterday. There is one on the the outlet store right now that's just as good as your specs for less ~£650.


I just purchased a scratch and dent Inspiron from Dell with same spec for £800 with 2yrs nxt day support. Very tempting to cancel my order for this. but not sure how easy it is to pick up parts on ebay outside of warranty period

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HP 255 G6 Laptops - AMD A6-9220 / 4GB / 128GB SSD £249.99 OR 256GB version for £279.98 delivered @ Ebuyer
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A couple of budget end laptops, which both have a 1366 x 768 resolution and an AMD A6-9220. There's £30 difference between the 127GB model and the 256GB, which isn't too bad. Both … Read more
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This one doesn't have a dedicated gpu so don't expect to play anything on it. (league of legends wont run well 30fps~




This is little better than a chromebook, and there are many chromebooks muuch better. Its only suitable as a web browser. And even then the resolution will hinder it - you will need to scroll around the screen to view web pages. Save your money and look for something with full HD, even if you have to save up a couple of months.


With SSD or mechanical hard drive?


Its funny you say that. I don't like the way Windows 10 renders awkwardly at 125% at 1080P and think it would look better at 1366x768 as it would be at 100%. The best solution would be for all laptops to be QHD and therefore render at 200%.

1kg 12+ Active Manuka Honey £17.99 + £3.50 delivery at Manuka Doctor
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1kg 12+ Active Manuka Honey for £17.99 that's very good price

Da hell are you smoking? Lol


That's not true. The health food industry hypnotises the bees, all individually, so they can select only the pollen that has been touched by the fairies. On return to base, all the collected pollen is washed over a unicorn's horn. The really expensive stuff is left on the unicorns horn for a bit longer, until it is removed by a specially trained pixie. This has been proven by real science to be the only way that the H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide - an oxidizer, or free radical if you wish, as in the thing antioxidants target) can form a magical cloud of healing energy in your aura, fact.


Manuka Doctor = fake manuka taking advantage of lax labelling laws. From their description = "Active Manuka honey is tested by a certified independent laboratory for its total activity rating which predominantly relates to the levels of naturally occurring Peroxide Activity." Genuine manuka honey is distinguished by its non-peroxide activity, whereas ALL honey has peroxide activity.


Still good price for 1kg of this type of honey.


Me too. XD

Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SATAIII 2.5inch SSD £86.62 @ maplin
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Overview500GB internal solid state drive (SSD) giving you a large storage capacity for your computer2.5-inch SATA III 6 GB/s connection with a read speed of 540MB/s and a write spe… Read more

Shows here but nothing behind it. They have pulled something I was looking at as well but plenty of stock in store when I checked this morning. Yesterday if not before they pulled every thing from ebay.


So glad I missed this because I just don't have the money I'd have spent. :)


Save £££ and get yourself box of lager. Have a nice weekend. ;)


If they answer the damn phone


wow that got taken down fast, my advice is to phone your local and ask them to search for stock

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ASUS GL702VM ROG Strix Gaming Laptop (i5,  8gb RAM, GTX1060 6GB, G-Sync) + Mixed Reality Headset (worth £380) £959.97 @ Amazon
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Amazing deal imo, you're getting a £380+ headset for free practically given the laptop on its own is the same price (and more expensive everywhere else). Good mid tier gaming lapt… Read more
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You have no complaints with your current laptop, yet you think you can return it after opening it up using it? This is the issue with DSR returns, because this isn't what it was intended for, yes you can open the box carefully and inspect the goods, like you would in a shop.. but using it and being happy with it then changing your mind because a cheaper one is available is just abuse of this. They need to crack down harder on this scummy and all too frequent mindset


I have never used a VIVE before. However, I did borrow a Rift with 3 sensors from a friend before I bought my own VR headset. I really enjoyed the Rift it worked well. But I hated having the sensors and wires all around my room. I loved the touch controllers but again the sensors where a big issue for me. So I took the plunge and bought a Lenovo Mixed Reality Headset from CEX for £235 and it was pretty much brand new. The upgraded resolution on the WMR headset was noticeable and obviously welcome (1440p per eye on the WMR and 1200 per eye on rift). I love the fact that you have no need for sensors for the WMR and it's works great as does room scale. The controllers are fine but I do prefer the rift controllers. So in my honest opinion I do prefer the WMR headsets to the Rift. I have played a fair few VR games via Steam with the WMR most of them don't officially support WMR (yet) but work fine with no issues. Steam simply thinks you are using a VIVE when playing unsupported games. Only 1 game I have noticed a minor issue when using the WMR headset. Hotdogs, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades. When reloading some pistols it's hard due to the size of the controllers. They clatter together when trying to load the clips. However, This is easily fixed by turning on no clip in the options.


Probably closer to £170/180 now. There's quite a few of these floating about second hand (but boxed as new)


Love the WMR headsets. However, They go for around £200 - £250. This HP headset tends to sell close to £200 due to it being the heaviest of the WMR headsets and lower FOV.

New Huawei P20 Lite Black 5.8" 64GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free @ laptops direct - £319.97
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
£10 off orders over £250 when you trial Which? for only £1. Making this phone £309.97 the cheapest in the UK currently sim free. Network Speeds 4G Rear Camera Quality 16 Megapixe… Read more

Keep in mind the processor in this is equivalent to the snapdragon 625, so this is a mid to low end phone. £319 for a mid to low end phone is not a good deal imo.


How far apple are behind? To me Apple are doing this the smart way. They know they can get away with it. The battery scandal that they even admitted to on their older phones. Yet the appletons still defend apple.


Everything is like marmite. If apple released an iMac or TV with the notch, idiots will buy into it. It serves no function what soever and in fact hinders user experience by reducing what information can be shown at the top. Plus the video Resolution. It goes to show how far behind apple are in the tech world that they could not figure this out, meanwhile in China Xiaomi produced a near bezeless screen in 2016 on the Mi Mix. Using various new and innovative technology to avoid a notch. Next apple will sell the iNotch and make the notch the LCD and people will say its great. Complete zombie nation


DON'T buy this phone, it's really poor value at the moment.


Totally agree

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier £249.97 @ Laptops Direct. John Lewis will price match.
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
As per the title. Laptops direct have the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier international version listed for £249.97. I put in a price match claim with JL for their one which is a UK model … Read more
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I just phoned JL as I missed that and they said I just need to go in store with a watch, ask them to call the .com team and get them to refund £50. So that'll be the watch for only £200 :D :D :D


£50 cheaper using the voucher in this deal, also from John Lewis.


At the bottom of each page on JL website, there is a link that says "Never Knowingly Undersold" there is an online form to fill out in there


Is there a special email address used to apply for a price match, never done it before :/


They price matched for me. You've got to submit the price match claim FIRST. Don't buy it then expect them to price match. Do the claim first then buy it.

ASUS A556UQ Laptop i3-7th gen 1TB HDD £329.99 free delivery at Ebuyer
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Intel Core i3-7100U 2.4GHz 4GB RAM + 1TB HDD 15.6" LED + WIFI + DVDRW NVIDIA GeForce 940MX 2GB Windows 10 Home

I am providing a suggestion/exemplar, not directing everyone to blindly buy it, doing your own research is essential. Correct, it is a different laptop, no argument with that. I am providing a guideline based on my own opinion with what I look for in terms of specs on a laptop. Additionally, it depends on your usage, to some it can be an investment contributing towards their work/business etc and you are investing your own money with products such as a laptop so I would consider it an investment for myself. This could be different for you. Personally I look for laptops within the specs I listed above as a guideline as productivity can be affected with slower laptops due to a waste of time with launching programs, freezes etc. To others, they may be satisfied with the laptop posted on here if they have time to spare to use a laptop with lower performance. This will all depend on what you intend to use it for, either for work or leisure as well as how much you can financially spend. Valid points. As I stated earlier, I am merely providing a suggestion based on some of the spec, not focused on the laptop or brand itself. With every deal posted on here I would heavily suggest doing thorough research before blindly buying as every laptop will not be tailored to each individuals preferences and it may have future issues other users may have experienced. Obviously each laptop will have benefits/drawbacks and there are chances of receiving a faulty unit. That is what warranty and return policies are there for.


I bought the Lenovo 520S with 8Gb ram and 256gb SSD on a recent "unmissable" Amazon deal that was only around for an hour or two, and it has already gone back. Not particularly faster for web browsing and Office than my 5yr old Asus low spec model, and attrocious battery life (less than 4 hrs). They all have their pros and cons !


Lenovo devices can have trouble starting - just google it and see how many reports you get. Both Lenovo products I have had start up issues, however the ASUS I got for someone else is still going well after 5 years, although they did get a new battery. Personally wouldnt touch Lenovo again and definitely not in preference to Asus.


completely different laptop and its not an investment and no argument, itts more expensive


Yeah it’s like 60-80 quid to upgrade it and that again for a 256gb ssd...just spend that money upfront and get 1080p too

HP Omen 870-270na Core i5-7400 8GB 1TB + 128 GB SSD GeForce GTX 1070 Windows 10 Gaming Desktop £757.97 at Laptops Direct
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Seems to be a decent price given the high prices of GPUs. I hope it helps someone! Championship-caliber performance Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GTX or AMD RX graphics, plus o… Read more



Mate I use Davinci Resolve the free version, it takes a while to get use to but is top notch!


I like how the very first thing it mentions under "Featuring" is "USB 2.0 Connector", a technology released 18 years ago! Edit: Tempted to buy this for my dad and swap out the graphics card as his PC is over 8 years old and getting pretty slow. 1TB should be fine for him and his current PC has no SSD, 4GB RAM so starting to show its age. That's the only way I can justify to myself forking out for a new graphics card to replace a RX480 8GB!


Does anyone know how many PCI slots this has (for soundcards, wifi etc)?


What apps would folk recommend for video editing on pc , looking to edit for YouTube etc.

HP 15-bw060sa 15.6" Laptop £329 @ Currys
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Has been between £400 - £450 on the site over the last 4 weeks. Got an email this morning saying they've dropped to £379.99. In store and online.

Has to be at least an i3 and ssd in 2018 for me.


These were £329 over Easter weekend too. My dad got one and traded in his old laptop and got £50 off


It scores 2000, so it's comparable to an atom


Intel atom i guess... LoL but with all seriousness I have a laptop with AMD A8 chip and I'm not too happy with its performance.


What would be the closest Intel chip to this AMD?

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

Acer 27 inch Predator Wide ZeroFrame WQHD LED Gaming Monitor - 165Hz(OC) - G-Sync - 1440p - TN - £439.25 @ Amazon
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Acer Predator XB271HUA - More info Usually dispatched within 2 to 4 weeks. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Features & details Experience high-end visual performance wi… Read more

Nice price fluctuations. Back at £439.25


£477.42 now - expired


Got this for around 500 a while back, good monitor.


Mine was weird, first the Tobii camera didn’t work properly. But after that I got a weird LCD glitch that created yellow streaks across the screen. Checked all cables and screenshots on other devices so it’s definitely the monitor.


tobi eye tracking one by any chance? alot of people seem to have issues with these luckily i didnt

Nokia 8 - refurbished/sim free and free delivery - £269.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Refurbished Nokia 8 - unlocked and sim free. Although it's refurbished, £270 seems like a great price for the Nokia 8. Grade A Pristine Condition Generic Box, Handset Only No… Read more

Yep, just bought one from AO and it arrived today. Pristine, full two year warranty and boxed with accessories for £179. (Used the new account coupon of £20 to bring it down from £199.) Even got cashback from TCB as well. Cold - buy new rather than refurbished.(Thanks for posting though.)


Thanks for posting your first deal @gary31083 - and welcome to HUKD :)


It's £279 at AO/£299 at John Lewis brand new. For £10 more AO is a far better deal since it's brand new. This is going to go cold unfortunately :( .


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Google Pixel in Very Silver (Refurbished A1 Pristine Condition) - 32GB/4GB Memory, 5in Screen, SD 821 Processor and 12MP Camera - £249.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Just seen this deal on Laptops Direct and thought it seemed a pretty decent deal, especially considering it is guaranteed updates for a minimum of 2 years after release and will ge… Read more

Never handle it, follow the charging instructions to the letter. It will still die one day out of warranty.


So right. I got this Samsung a5 2017 suite me fine. I just use it for Facebook and pictures of kids but I did like look of pixel and thought it was good price here and then people saying how bad it is. I never know what they mean by stock android. Lol


You're mistaken (in my opinion and from my experience). I've tested the app on multiple devices - including a U11+ and whilst the app makes a significant improvement it does not make it a better camera than the Pixel 2 - which still exhibits better dynamic range due to its low level optimization and the fact that the app was built for the hardware. The page you linked to demonstrates that, to my eyes at least. Those photos also don't factor in focus speed, shot to shot time or the overall consistency of photos in a variety of scenes - such as backlit subjects. Portrait mode is also significantly better on the Pixel 2 as all the G Cam ports are just using the mode from the Pixel 2s selfie camera, so depth analysis and edge detection is inferior and it only works when a human subject is detected. Your opinion is your opinion though, so I respect your choice. Personally I think the Pixel 2 is a lovely device. I haven't tried a Pixel 2 XL. I'd still use a 1st gen Pixel quite happily as there is very little to complain about.


No difference even in low light photography because hardware very much same


This is true. Only you can decide which camp you really fit into in terms of needing to have the latest and greatest or specific requirements because otherwise most phones will do the job and do it well. My father's Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 cost me £130 and its incredibly good value for the money. Big battery which with the mid range specialist processor for sipping battery gives simply unrivalled battery life, decent enough screen to view content on, can't see any pixels at 1080p, google services as well and a metal chassis to boot. Its impressed me to no end even as a techie and made me re-evaluate just what makes my iPhone X worth nearly 6/7 times more than that aside from a fancy camera and integration with my mac.

Refurb HP Notebook Full HD 14" i5-7200U 4GB 128SSD (possible 512GB) Windows 10 Laptop - £329.97 @ laptopsdirect
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Take out a which trial to get a £10 off voucher! Description also says 512GB SSD! Also black here -… Read more
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Wouldn't touch this company, bought a refurb chromebook and was obviously untested return, screen fault manifested after a couple of hours. Lousy customer service too.


Can this play Crysis?


Can anyone point me in the direction of a 15.6" laptop at a good price made by a reliable company that would be suitable for playing games on,not top games that are the most graphic intensive


I would never comment on a company unless i had direct experience. I had a horrible experience just over a week or so ago. My Trust Pilot Review can be read with copied and pasted direct communication from them promising a laptop which they then said was out of stock. So go for it if you want but be careful is all i say.



Amazon US - Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop 15.6", i7-7700HQ CPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD, GTX 1060-6GB £903.47
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Here's another Acer deal attempt which could go frosty, but here goes. (embarrassed) Note, it's coming from Amazon in the USA. (Obviously if you or someone you know are off to t… Read more
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I'm considering getting the 17" model as the screen is superior.


Disregarding the keyboard layout if you're after a good gaming laptop at a decent price (sub £1000) then I highly recommend it. Recently purchased one on a different deal and everything I've thrown at it has been flawless. Witcher 3, 1080P, Ultra settings is as smooth as a baby's bum. Same with Arkham Knight, Shadow of Mordor and Rise of the Tomb Raider. Tried Witcher 3 at 4K and that was a bit of a slideshow (as expected), not tried the others yet. Did try F1 2012 at 4K and that got an FPS of 88 so it's certainly possible to play older games in 4K. A great gaming laptop IMO.


If you can swallow the US layout and warrenty issues, this is a cracking deal. Heat


Yeah, alright then, petal.


Who was talking about you? Do you see quotes in my comment? The world does not revolve around you big boy. Insecurities!

Teclast F7 Notebook 6GB RAM + 128GB SSD £215 @ Gearbest
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Hi all, my first ever deal so please don't flame me if I do something wrong. I've been an avid user of HUKD for some time and for once I got a chance to give back to community :) … Read more

I only just ordered it 4 days ago, today received notification that they sent it, so not had a chance to use it yet, but according to reviews online, it may not be able to cope with intensive processing needs, depending on the application you use


Hey, How do you find the machine now you've been using it for a while? Thinking about purchasing one, I think I may use it for some light software development but i'm not sure it would be up to the task.


Does this model with the 128gb ssd mean that the expansion ssd slot is being used up by this or is that still available to add an 2nd additional ssd?


There is a detailed comparison between the two here: for me teclast just edges ahead of jumper, hence my choice.


good luck with shipping laptop from china

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

HP MT41 AMD A4 Laptop 8GB 250GB HDD Factory Refurbished With Free Kingston 16GB USB 3.0 Memory Stick £211.46 @ Scan Free C&C or £4.79 store drop off.
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Cheap Grade A Microsoft Certified Refurb. HP MT41 14" Windows 10 Home Premium (A4 4300M/250GB/8GB/Radeon 7420G) - Grade A Microsoft Certified Refurbished Features • Model Number:… Read more

It's got a displayport


1600 passmark. Yikes. Get an atom like my t100 for longer battery life


Rubbish specs for the money. Might as well spend extra 100 quid and get something with an i3 or i5. Old dual core amd processor will struggle.


Must be nearly a decade old this surely?


This must be ancient! I don't see any HDMI connection

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