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Lenovo Legion gaming PC Y520T 25 - Black, £499.99 from Lenovo
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ProcessorIntel Core i3-7100 Processor ( 3.90GHz 2400MHz 3MB ) Operating SystemWindows 10 Home 64 Memory8.0GB PC4-19200 DDR4 UDIMM 2400MHz Storage1TB 7200 rpm Optical DriveDVD-RO… Read more
This isn't powerful enough as a gaming rig. You need at least an i7 or Xeon with 32GB of RAM these days.
atticusrob9 h, 16 m ago

I agree the market is nightmare atm, mostly just gpus. Cpus are dropping …I agree the market is nightmare atm, mostly just gpus. Cpus are dropping a touch. But the extra cost in games will eventually make consoles more expensive. Games for console retail at 40 -50 quid, releases on pc and most games will be half that if not more than on site's such as cdkeys. Buying a console just to save some cost on a pc is kind of a quick fix solution that will bite you in the arse sooner or later. If you have the desire for a pc, eventually you will get a pc and be back to square one, your not gonna save money, in the long run you will have wasted more by getting a console and games only to replace them later on with a pc.



It's a misconception that games are more expensive on consoles imo, for the simple reason that any PC game you buy has zero resale value! If you get a new game on console, play it hard and then sell it it normally will only cost you £10-15 after postage /eBay fees etc... plus you can get it on day one. Several games I've bought I've actually made money on!

The best reasons to get a PC is if you're into modding games, or if you need to use some of its other functions like word processing etc. I prefer pc, but think console gaming is cheaper and far easier!
Glix8 h, 17 m ago

You'll want more ram, an ssd and maybe an i5. This can play it, but you'll …You'll want more ram, an ssd and maybe an i5. This can play it, but you'll have longer load times as your saves get bigger. The 1050ti should be more than enough graphics wise.


Uh... not necessary in the slightest. This is sims 3. Not sims 4.
Norseg4 m ago

Hmmm what about those expensive game prices and paying £40 a year for …Hmmm what about those expensive game prices and paying £40 a year for onlineYou can get PC games 1/3 then consoles usuallyMaybe even more


Dafuq?
Gormond3 h, 44 m ago

Yeah this would be ideal, it will be able to run all the latest games and …Yeah this would be ideal, it will be able to run all the latest games and be useful for schoolwork and so forth.Don't listen to the dirty console peasants [Image]


Let's hope he listens or that's another Soldier lost. his soul shall be lost forever if he chooses a console
A Console is probably easier for a 10yr old but if he gets good at PC at that age he could be in Esports
Do Console gamers go to Esports? I don't think so...
LENOVO Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Augmented Reality Headset £149.99 at Currys
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I was excited for this when it launched just before Christmas but at £249.99 was way to expensive for me! It now looks like Currys are clearing the stock and although it is probabl… Read more
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They should just bring out a PSVR jedi game that would be awesome
StevenBrown12 h, 34 m ago

wait so its £150 for a phone holder and controller?


Yes. That is exactly what I was thinking...
Look at the size of that thing!
Missed a trick on the design

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Lenovo Moto G5S Plus Grey 32GB 3GB RAM Dual SIM £173.40 @ Amazon DE
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G5S Plus for 189 EUR + delivery comes to 196.40 EUR which equals 173.40 GBP (yes, the title still refers to 16GB Moto G5)
Shinobei6 h, 43 m ago

Go direct onto the Motorola website and you can buy them sim free, with …Go direct onto the Motorola website and you can buy them sim free, with £10 off. I got the Motorola E4 for £110. Cracking phone. Normal guarantee etc. https://www.motorola.co.uk/products/smartphones



kefan776 h, 33 m ago

cool story bro. buy them for 239.99 GBP yourself, if you can get them here …cool story bro. buy them for 239.99 GBP yourself, if you can get them here for 174 GBP.



Craftypeat6 h, 22 m ago

I too am looking at this and don't understand your story bro. The Moto e4 …I too am looking at this and don't understand your story bro. The Moto e4 is showing as £119.99 with £10 discount if enter code 'ukwelcome10'. Making it as op suggested 109.99 Exclud Del



kefan776 h, 9 m ago

this is Moto G5S plus. why are you even mentioning Moto E? makes 0 sense.



Craftypeat6 h, 5 m ago

Sorry Bro but if you read Shinobei comment he is referring to the E4. …Sorry Bro but if you read Shinobei comment he is referring to the E4. Maybe he is mentioning it as an alternative value for money phone in the range. Your comment is redundant buddy



kefan776 h, 1 m ago

why is he then mentioning moto E? how is that relevant?I don't comment …why is he then mentioning moto E? how is that relevant?I don't comment around in iphone X deals how i got SE for 200...



Craftypeat5 h, 53 m ago

That's something that he needs to reply to you on Brother. That doesn't …That's something that he needs to reply to you on Brother. That doesn't negate the fact that your comment didn't make sense hence the reason I called you out on it as accuracy is important for both me and other readers. I'm sure you'll agree?



Shinobei1 h, 26 m ago

Dude, calm down. I'm just pointing out there's great spec phones, sim …Dude, calm down. I'm just pointing out there's great spec phones, sim free, direct from the Motorola UK site. I never said your deal was ****.People regularly post alternative deals as suggestions, I'm just doing the same.Relax, mate.


Kefan77 as you can see makes more than 0 sense and you got your reply
kefan774 h, 38 m ago

why is he then mentioning moto E? how is that relevant?I don't comment …why is he then mentioning moto E? how is that relevant?I don't comment around in iphone X deals how i got SE for 200...


Dude, calm down. I'm just pointing out there's great spec phones, sim free, direct from the Motorola UK site. I never said your deal was ****.
People regularly post alternative deals as suggestions, I'm just doing the same.
Relax, mate.
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Craftypeat29 m ago

I too am looking at this and don't understand your story bro. The Moto e4 …I too am looking at this and don't understand your story bro. The Moto e4 is showing as £119.99 with £10 discount if enter code 'ukwelcome10'. Making it as op suggested 109.99 Exclud Del



kefan778 m ago

why is he then mentioning moto E? how is that relevant?I don't comment …why is he then mentioning moto E? how is that relevant?I don't comment around in iphone X deals how i got SE for 200...


That's something that he needs to reply to you on Brother. That doesn't negate the fact that your comment didn't make sense hence the reason I called you out on it as accuracy is important for both me and other readers. I'm sure you'll agree?
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why is he then mentioning moto E? how is that relevant?
I don't comment around in iphone X deals how i got SE for 200...
kefan774 m ago

this is Moto G5S plus. why are you even mentioning Moto E? makes 0 sense.

Sorry Bro but if you read Shinobei comment he is referring to the E4. Maybe he is mentioning it as an alternative value for money phone in the range. Your comment is redundant buddy
Edited by: "Craftypeat" 20th Feb
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REFURBISHED IBM Lenovo Chromebook laptop HD 11.6" Webcam 1.5Ghz 4GB 16GB HDMI SD SSD Intel Celeron 1007U @ 1.50GHz £109.99 @ TheLaptopStore Ebay
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I think this isn't a bad deal considering you get 4GB RAM instead of 2GB and a CPU more powerful than the usual Intel Celeron N3060. Comes with US keyboard but this is easily chang… Read more
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RiverDragon81 h, 42 m ago

I'm fully aware you refurbish computers for a living but you don't know …I'm fully aware you refurbish computers for a living but you don't know chromebooks that well. This chromebook is a 4GB RAM and not the 2GB version. If this was 2GB version I wouldn't have posted up this deal.''I think this isn't a bad deal considering you get 4GB RAM instead of 2GB and a CPU more powerful than the usual Intel Celeron N3060'' is a spot on description.


OK that's fair enough, no issues with that. I think it's more productive to tell people the pros and cons regarding Chromebooks. Here's mine >

Pros:

Very quick boot time, under 10 seconds usually.
Very fast for web browsing. As essentially ChromeOS is a web browser first before anything else
Security
Eventual Google Play Store support see > chromium.org/chr…pps

and > support.google.com/chr…273

Cons:

Skype - there's workarounds. I'm not up to date as to whether it works from Google Play Store
iTunes - techjunkie.com/itu…ok/
I like Chromebooks and have had two. I think the 4GB is close to essential. Ideally, you'd also have a nice HD screen. With that combo they're really good day to day workhorse machines when used properly, i.e. you don't buy a 2Gb option for editing movies for cinema ;-) Heat applied ...
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fishmaster21 m ago

I do understand the Chromebook market, it's why as an IT refurbisher we …I do understand the Chromebook market, it's why as an IT refurbisher we don't sell them to retail, because retail don't want them because of the huge amount of returns, so we only sell Chromebooks to trade. I've sold 10,000 computers to retail over the last 7 years, I guarantee you retail don't want Chromebooks.


I'm fully aware you refurbish computers for a living but you don't know chromebooks that well. This chromebook is a 4GB RAM and not the 2GB version. If this was 2GB version I wouldn't have posted up this deal.
''I think this isn't a bad deal considering you get 4GB RAM instead of 2GB and a CPU more powerful than the usual Intel Celeron N3060'' is a spot on description.
RiverDragon810 h, 41 m ago

I owned a Acer R11 chromebook with a N3060 and I always think to myself if …I owned a Acer R11 chromebook with a N3060 and I always think to myself if only the CPU was 30-50% more powerful it would be perfect. You need to understand the chromeboook market. Most chromebook come with 2GB RAM and if you want the 4GB variant you would normally have to pay £50-80 more for the upgrade. So what I said before ''isn't a bad deal considering you get 4GB RAM instead of 2GB and a CPU more powerful than the usual Intel Celeron N3060'' I'm sticking by.


I do understand the Chromebook market, it's why as an IT refurbisher we don't sell them to retail, because retail don't want them because of the huge amount of returns, so we only sell Chromebooks to trade. I've sold 10,000 computers to retail over the last 7 years, I guarantee you retail don't want Chromebooks.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 22nd Feb
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fishmaster2 h, 54 m ago

CPU released Q1 2013 - 5 year old …CPU released Q1 2013 - 5 year old CPUhttps://ark.intel.com/products/72061/Intel-Celeron-Processor-1007U-2M-Cache-1_50-GHzPassmark is 1398, hardly better than the Celeron N3060 that the OP mentioned so definitely getting towards the potato side of slow, ChromeOS is quick, so for basic stuff this is more than capable >https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Celeron+1007U+@+1.50GHzFor £109 meh.


I owned a Acer R11 chromebook with a N3060 and I always think to myself if only the CPU was 30-50% more powerful it would be perfect. You need to understand the chromeboook market. Most chromebook come with 2GB RAM and if you want the 4GB variant you would normally have to pay £50-80 more for the upgrade. So what I said before ''isn't a bad deal considering you get 4GB RAM instead of 2GB and a CPU more powerful than the usual Intel Celeron N3060'' I'm sticking by.
Grade A Refurb Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 20C0 2 in 1 Laptop 12.5 + 15% off price £249.99 @ IT zoo
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Mixed reviews here from fellow contributors. Apologies if it isnt such a bargain.

I bought a Viglen Genie (£84) with an i5 processor a couple of months ago and a Lenovo T410 laptop prior to that and an Acer Chromebook(£54) in between. All could be described as old technology but are absolutely perfect. The Viglen needed a new housing and SSD. Im using the T410 (i5) now. Both machines are fast. The Chromebook is surprisingly fast but only does what it says on the packet.
Im not a nuclear physicist so I dont need my machines for anything much more than browsing and keeping in touch with the world. They would never do for gaming but at least ive got my hands on some reasonable pieces of kit with i5 processors that I couldnt afford new.
I use these for work (upgrading them soon I think). The different usage modes are good but the screen is a big poor for tablet mode. It's quite a small screen and the processor struggles on excel. we have SSDs in them and well so with a HDD this would be really slow and would need an SSD fitted.

From what I know from IT we have problems with them all the time.
After my last brand new Lenovo went bust on me around 6 months in and I tried to get it fixed in China to no avail, well put off this brand. Too expensive to return it to Amazon UK (from China) so left it behind.
Edited by: "kwg" 17th Feb
ShockClown7 h, 31 m ago

Was tempted but doing a bit of research these seem to be plagued with …Was tempted but doing a bit of research these seem to be plagued with Ghosting issues on the screens. Buying second hand you could be buying into a world of problems.


It's a known issue apparently that can only be resolved by replacing it with a different panel, which is likely to be costly.

forums.lenovo.com/t5/…257

COLD for me. Simply not worth the risk. Buy an Acer Swift 1 / 3 / 5 instead.
ShockClown6 h, 29 m ago

Was tempted but doing a bit of research these seem to be plagued with …Was tempted but doing a bit of research these seem to be plagued with Ghosting issues on the screens. Buying second hand you could be buying into a world of problems.


Would agree and add it's pretty ancient technology.
Lenovo 320s 7th gen i3 , 4GB , 128GB SSD , Full HD 14' £329.99 @ Currys potentially £279
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Great little laptop perfect for traveling or uni. Conservative spec but not bad for the price. If you trade in an old laptop you get £50 off which makes it £279 effectively.
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jask15th Feb

Bought one for my son last month, upgraded it to 8gb, it's only got a …Bought one for my son last month, upgraded it to 8gb, it's only got a single RAM slot, so I have a spare 4gb stick. Opening it up feels a little precarious, the base is made of quite a soft plastic. The screen is full hd, there's a spare sata hdd slot, the performance is perfectly acceptable, copes with day-to-day multi-tasking. Screen has really good viewing angles and thin bezels, touchpad is responsive and supports gestures. Keyboard is acceptable, not overly spongy and the whole system is super light.


Can you direct me on where I could buy extra RAM?
Anyone got any tips on how to remove the base of the Lenovo Ideapad 320S to get to the memory slots, battery and spare drive bay? Couple of people have suggested they have managed to get into it.

Once the numerous screws have been removed from the base of the laptop, it seems so very tight to get anything between the gap to unclip the base. All round trying to get a plastic plectrum style into this gap and twisting will surely mark the casing? I don't want to damage my brand new laptop just trying to add some extra ram!
Bought one of these yesterday, for my OH, who is completely computer illiterate. (He just plays YouTube music videos and contacts his musician friends around the world via Facebook, but his old HP laptop was grindingly slow).
I can't fault this sleek little laptop. The SSD means it's super fast, it has a lovely bright, clear, screen, and the keyboard has a nice feel to it - big silicone keys make for comfortable typing. And the speakers seem to be quite good too, considering the light, thin chassis. The 4 Gb is fine for everyday use, and apparently there's a spare SATA slot so I might add an extra hard drive for videos and music storage.
I couldn't get the trade-in offer from PC World, because the battery had gone on the old laptop. But I ordered through Quidco and got 5% cashback. So for less than £320 - absolute bargain!
Edited by: "lizholt" 20th Feb
No DVD player; no number pad. - not for the traveling business man
Adam_9016th Feb

Anyone know if this will play Football Manager?


Yep. I play it on it and it's fine.
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Lenovo Miix 510 12.2in i5 4GB 128GB £619.99 (NOT A SURFACE PRO!) £619.99 at ARGOS
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A great deal if you fancy a brand new device at a secondhand Surface Pro 4 price Sure it isn't a Surface Pro - specs are different but the basic use case is the same (Notably this… Read more
sam_of_london2 h, 7 m ago

Very expensive . I rather buy Linx 12v64.


4GB i7with 1268GB SSD though, sliiiightly different level of power to a Linx .

Generally good machine if you want a hybrid that can cope with most tasks/light casual gaming (Sims 4 will work) but far more than the price of a similar spec laptop
In case it's not clear, this isn't an ipad Pro.
Very expensive . I rather buy Linx 12v64.
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🤔 just by the name people know its not a surface pro.
Lenovo Tab 4 10 10.1" 16GB with 2GB RAM White £139.99 delivered @ Currys
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Thought this was a good price for this tablet. Comes with some nice Dolby Atmos speakers too... Showing available for FREE next day delivery and click & collect at time of … Read more
only 16GB................useless nowadays if you run alot of apps. Memory card is no subtitution for installed internal memory
Niz16 m ago

Wouldn't might paying more for a higher spec version, i want this …Wouldn't might paying more for a higher spec version, i want this design/size, 4GB ram.


Like Linx 12v64
Great deal .good reviews hot
It's not worth more thsn £100 really. Only 720p screen.
Wouldn't might paying more for a higher spec version, i want this design/size, 4GB ram.
Lenovo Legion R720 I5-7300HQ 8GB 128gb SSD 1TB HDD GTX 1050TI 4GB £660 (using code) at GearBest
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Use code LENOVOR720 to get this price video review in German https://youtu.be/5VgNvODwpGs Lenovo Legion R720 Gaming Laptop Equipped with a 15.6 inch FHD IPS display , powe… Read more
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rogparki10th Feb

Every Chinese deal that comes up on here members rightly consider the risk …Every Chinese deal that comes up on here members rightly consider the risk - no warranty ,Customs and VAT , customer service etc .Then magically come the comments - " I've had no problems " , ordered £5000 of stuff from them in the past few months . etc etc .Remember when these merchants were barred from HUKD for years ,until a few months ago ? Then they were all allowed with no explanation as to the change in policy Anyone else received at that time a "Dear HUKD member " email ? many posted on here . Basically paying for good comments on here .Not saying that all the positive comments are incentivised , some members understand the risks and are happy with those risks , but unless you do I would advise to steer clear .There was a reason these Chinese "deals" were barred from HUKD for many years - Now they are not ,and HUKD has not bothered to inform its members as to why they are no longer barred or the risks associated with buying from these sellers Cue all the incentivised members to post glowing reviews and mislead less savvy members - all for a few bob


Chinese sellers with good reputation were always allowed on hukd as I remember. But you're right, in past I had many deals not granted on here because of poor reputation (inc. now very popular eglobalcentral) I also had 2 accounts banned and never reallowed because of self promotion despite I'm just normal ambulance driver and have nothing to do with bussiness. I believe hukd must have changed owner or something like that and it all went down the hill...
Edit: Even this post was put on hold and later allowed which wouldn't probably happen in past as I announced my 2 banned accounts in this post
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Just in case anyone was wondering what this Chinese Lenovo R720 import corresponds to, here's a YouTube comparison of the 'normal' western version Y520 & Y720 models. Just going by the spec & basic shape, it looks like the Chinese R720 is actually the Y520; not the Y720.

rogparki14 h, 57 m ago

Every Chinese deal that comes up on here members rightly consider the risk …Every Chinese deal that comes up on here members rightly consider the risk - no warranty ,Customs and VAT , customer service etc .Then magically come the comments - " I've had no problems " , ordered £5000 of stuff from them in the past few months . etc etc .Remember when these merchants were barred from HUKD for years ,until a few months ago ? Then they were all allowed with no explanation as to the change in policy Anyone else received at that time a "Dear HUKD member " email ? many posted on here . Basically paying for good comments on here .Not saying that all the positive comments are incentivised , some members understand the risks and are happy with those risks , but unless you do I would advise to steer clear .There was a reason these Chinese "deals" were barred from HUKD for many years - Now they are not ,and HUKD has not bothered to inform its members as to why they are no longer barred or the risks associated with buying from these sellers Cue all the incentivised members to post glowing reviews and mislead less savvy members - all for a few bob


I love those sites, my keyword feed is pretty much only comprised of them - you know what you are letting yourself in for and it's just common sense that you'll have to compromise somewhere (delivery speed, returns/customer service) if you ship things over from China, but for me the savings are well worth it... The performance and/or build quality are far superior to similarly priced items from UK retailers.

I'd be a bit more careful about a £660 laptop (do more research about the reliability of that particular model), but would probably still go for it if I needed/wanted a laptop. As long as they are delivered intact and you look after them, there shouldn't be any problems, and you can find simple YouTube tutorials for nearly any type of repair you'd need to perform anyway. I'm not really bothered about a lack of extensive aftercare/warranty.

It's a risk/reward thing which the individual needs to come to their own conclusion on. If people don't bother to clue themselves up on the risks, or the companies they are handing money over to... Then more fool them. I like using those sites and find the posts on here about them very helpful.

HUKD taking commission and planting of incentivised comments is wrong though, I agree on that... That NordVPN "deal" that was pinned to the front page for 3 weeks being a blatant example of it.
rogparki11 h, 4 m ago

Every Chinese deal that comes up on here members rightly consider the risk …Every Chinese deal that comes up on here members rightly consider the risk - no warranty ,Customs and VAT , customer service etc .Then magically come the comments - " I've had no problems " , ordered £5000 of stuff from them in the past few months . etc etc .Remember when these merchants were barred from HUKD for years ,until a few months ago ? Then they were all allowed with no explanation as to the change in policy Anyone else received at that time a "Dear HUKD member " email ? many posted on here . Basically paying for good comments on here .Not saying that all the positive comments are incentivised , some members understand the risks and are happy with those risks , but unless you do I would advise to steer clear .There was a reason these Chinese "deals" were barred from HUKD for many years - Now they are not ,and HUKD has not bothered to inform its members as to why they are no longer barred or the risks associated with buying from these sellers Cue all the incentivised members to post glowing reviews and mislead less savvy members - all for a few bob


its the mods of the site that seem to post half as well for the commission

quite a few of those items have been of 'dubious legality' with breached licensing/copyright etc
rogparki3 h, 57 m ago

Every Chinese deal that comes up on here members rightly consider the risk …Every Chinese deal that comes up on here members rightly consider the risk - no warranty ,Customs and VAT , customer service etc .Then magically come the comments - " I've had no problems " , ordered £5000 of stuff from them in the past few months . etc etc .Remember when these merchants were barred from HUKD for years ,until a few months ago ? Then they were all allowed with no explanation as to the change in policy Anyone else received at that time a "Dear HUKD member " email ? many posted on here . Basically paying for good comments on here .Not saying that all the positive comments are incentivised , some members understand the risks and are happy with those risks , but unless you do I would advise to steer clear .There was a reason these Chinese "deals" were barred from HUKD for many years - Now they are not ,and HUKD has not bothered to inform its members as to why they are no longer barred or the risks associated with buying from these sellers Cue all the incentivised members to post glowing reviews and mislead less savvy members - all for a few bob


Exactly
Why do HUKD allow this site to be posted
But then if you post an international deal it would be deleted, and also they dont even allow you to post sites like groupon

Obvisouly there is some corrution with Gearbest paying HUKD to be allowed to be sited on here
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Lenovo Y700, i5-6400, 1TB, GTX 1070 Win 10 £789.97 @ Laptops direct
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This started getting heat yesterday at £815, then dropped on Amazon to 799. HUKD deleted it as they didnt like the Amazon reseller. Found it again a little cheaper at 789.97 Proc… Read more
bigelvis16 h, 8 m ago

Theoretically it's locked but actually it's not. I have ASRock motherboard …Theoretically it's locked but actually it's not. I have ASRock motherboard and there are few official bioses on ASRock website (could be in beta section now) with possibility to overclock locked skylake processors via bclk. As far as I know every motherboard manufacturer at the time being had this possibility with the older version of bios.


Thanks for the reply
Theoretically it's locked but actually it's not. I have ASRock motherboard and there are few official bioses on ASRock website (could be in beta section now) with possibility to overclock locked skylake processors via bclk. As far as I know every motherboard manufacturer at the time being had this possibility with the older version of bios.
bigelvis9th Feb

The processor is good enough for even gtx 1070. I have i5 6400 overclocked …The processor is good enough for even gtx 1070. I have i5 6400 overclocked to 4.0Ghz and gtx 1080 and its flying in 4k 60fps gaming with mix ultra/high settings.


Hey.Bit off-topic but who did you overclock it? It's locked.I have the same proc so a bit curious
The processor is good enough for even gtx 1070. I have i5 6400 overclocked to 4.0Ghz and gtx 1080 and its flying in 4k 60fps gaming with mix ultra/high settings.
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fiqqer22 m ago

This is an unbalanced machine - the price is £100 more than a similar …This is an unbalanced machine - the price is £100 more than a similar machine with a 1060 6gb card. I'd go for the £100 saving rather than this.It needs a better processor for this price. That £100 can either buy more memory or contribute towards a better processor



looking on 3D Mark search results - the i5-6400 with 1070 gives benchmark results between 2207 - 2499.
Compared to:
i5 7600k + 1060 - Highest bench is 2118
i5 8600k + 1060 - Highest Bench is 2289

Ok given that the rest of the specs are going to be varied so is not always a straight comparison, however if buying for Gaming, the increase from 1060 to 1070 is the BEST way to spend an extra £100. Plus to add more memory or an SSD etc is a lot cheaper in future than buying a 1070.

Different strokes for different folks though.
Lenovo ideapad 510 15.6  6th gen i7  8gb ram  1tb hdd  DVD/RW  1920 X 1080 NVIDIA graphics  £499.97 @ Ebuyer
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Seemed a good deal for an i7 for those of us that still require lots of local space over ssd speed.
Decent Laptop. :-)
jacjos1 h, 14 m ago

By all means link a laptop with features that equal the laptop posted with …By all means link a laptop with features that equal the laptop posted with the addition of an ssd (along with the 1tb hdd)


Not saying this is a bad deal though.
jacjos1 h, 14 m ago

By all means link a laptop with features that equal the laptop posted with …By all means link a laptop with features that equal the laptop posted with the addition of an ssd (along with the 1tb hdd)


The thing is, no one really cares about it of the ssd is only 128/256. You can pick up a 1/2tb hdd external cheap. So even a 128gd ssd in this thing would have been better.
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Sleightbuzz1 h, 28 m ago

Needs ssd for that price


By all means link a laptop with features that equal the laptop posted with the addition of an ssd (along with the 1tb hdd)
Needs ssd for that price
Lenovo IdeaCentre Y700 - 8GB RAM / GTX 1060 6GB / 1TB HDD /  i5-6400 £649.99 Delivered @ Box
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Not a badly spec'd machine at all. Lenovo themselves had this at £600 but they went pretty quickly looking at the thread. Anyways, this is £649.99, which is still a good price, all… Read more
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Still three of these left so decided it was worth adding a comment still. Mine arrived with free next day delivery using code FREE200. Delighted with the machine - really so happy with it. Added an SSD because I had one spare from an old Xbox One setup and that has made a big difference to boot speed etc. Gaming is better than expected - GTA V with settings at max 1080p resolution is holding 60FPS without any bother. Someone earlier on the thread said this had DDR3 - incorrect, it has a single 8gb 2133 DDR4 ram module with three empty slots for upgrade. Case is smart enough and seems to stay cool and quiet. Heat and recommended if this is the kind of mid price gaming machine you’re after.
SimonJamesFisher16th Feb

Cheapest 6GB GTX 1060 card on sale in the UK today is £329. To get a whole …Cheapest 6GB GTX 1060 card on sale in the UK today is £329. To get a whole system out for £320 more, off the shelf, with a guarantee? I like it, I bought one. Delivered tomorrow.


And we like it.
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Cheapest 6GB GTX 1060 card on sale in the UK today is £329. To get a whole system out for £320 more, off the shelf, with a guarantee? I like it, I bought one. Delivered tomorrow.
jimbo00110 m ago

Plex servers aren't my forte but I imagine all you'd need was a decent …Plex servers aren't my forte but I imagine all you'd need was a decent amount of ram, good WiFi and big hard drive. That processor is fine but id probably push for a bigger hard drive, or add another.


Thanks mate
hanybanoub1 h, 10 m ago

MANY thanks for your link.I'm really only looking for a PLEX server. With …MANY thanks for your link.I'm really only looking for a PLEX server. With some browsing and basic uses and the occasional encoding via Handbrake. Will this do? It's got the same processor as your link:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-Optiplex-3020-Intel-i5-4590-3-30GHz-Quad-Core-4GB-RAM-500GB-HD/183038519804?hash=item2a9df229fc:g:AUkAAOSwIBJaa5-7


Plex servers aren't my forte but I imagine all you'd need was a decent amount of ram, good WiFi and big hard drive.

That processor is fine but id probably push for a bigger hard drive, or add another.
LENOVO IdeaPad 310 15.6" Laptop Silver Windows 10 4GB RAM & 1TB HDD FHD @ Amazon £299.99
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To be honest, changing the HDD for an SSD is very easy
Worked in IT since 1992.
Got 2 of these.
Had one a year.
First thing I did after the Windows update was change settings to "metered connection" to stop the CONSTANT un necessary Microsoft updates.
Over 2 minutes from boot up to using the internet?
Unbearable after a couple of months?

Wow, maybe I'm just lucky.....

Yes there is better, yes there are faster, but for our needs these hit the spot.
CSkel11 h, 55 m ago

Super Star Destroyer


Joker!, lol.

SSD is: Solid State Drive ...

Something like a GIANT Pen Drive if you like?. :-)
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tincaman4 h, 48 m ago

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/lenovo-ideapad-320s-14ikb-14-laptop-grey-10169170-pdt.htmli3 with 128gb SSD


2 cell battery crap.
Webcam crap
Would get the 320S with newer processor, better screen, SSD and USB C over this for £30 linked to above at Currys.
LENOVO IdeaPad 320S-14IKB 14" Laptop - Grey (8th Gen i5, 8GB RAM, Full HD, SSD) - £479.99 @ Currys
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Cheapest 8th Gen laptop I could find with these specs. SSD a bit small but not a problem for some. Reduced by £200.
Great
ms20056 h, 12 m ago

What’s with the piddly sized SSDs at the moment. Manufacturers were giving …What’s with the piddly sized SSDs at the moment. Manufacturers were giving away 1TB of data a few years ago, encouraging people to store photos and music I guess. I see that with Spotify and Google Pics physical storage might be be needed by all but I would have thought most need more than 128Gb. Given windows 10 and most requires programmes will take 40-50GB of that leaving only 50-60GB for use max.



Well you shell out about another £50 for a128gb Samsung microfit USB drive, which is what I did on mine. I agree though adding the extra £50 to the price to provide a meatier SSD would make more sense.
I'm sure this has already been posted as this deal has been around since the beginning of January. The 256GB version with i7 is £599 at Currys.
Anyone got Linux running on this?
Lenovo Ideapad 510S 14 Inch Ci7 8GB 128GB Laptop - £490.49 @ Argos eBay Store
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Wolfey10th Feb

Got mine, overall pretty good, 256GB, the main problem for me is the touch …Got mine, overall pretty good, 256GB, the main problem for me is the touch pad is really really bad.I have macbook, dell xps, inspirion, lenovo thinkpad s440 and this is hands down the worse touchpad I've used. My finger feels really gritty on the touch pad, so touch movement becomes jumpy instead of smooth, making it very hard to use. I tried wax and polishing the touch pad, it makes it slightly better but still a bad experience.The keyboard is also pretty mushy so the key strokes feels uneven, however this can be ignored, it is really quite annoying but so far it feels like they have cheaped out for this midrange laptop.There is a TON of bloatware installed, which took a while to clear out, I am really considering returning this due to the bad touchpad being a deal breaker.Mine came in a lenovo brown box with a tamper proof seal, inside clear plastic sleeve, clearly new.


Yeah, I'll be sending mine back, primarily for the condition it arrived in. It had clearly been used and/or returned previously.

That aside I am suitably impressed with the speed of boot up and just how snappy it feel to navigate. The touchpad is a bit shitty, but tolerable for portability sake - for the most part I'd likely use a mouse at a desk.

However, all that is pointless as it's the keyboard I can not tolerate. I am struggling with the right shift key. I typically type just from muscle memory and everytime I go to do a capital letter I am hitting where the shift key should typically be, but instead hitting 'page up' and find this means I've jumped up a line and proceeded to type another sentence in the wrong place. Basically I end up having to edit everything which is a pain in the arse. Shame though, I otherwise find the keyboard quite comfortable and that the trackpad unlike my old laptop does not seem to get in the way of typing.
LankyChris1 h, 21 m ago

What bloatware was on it?Asking as recently got the Currys 320s posted …What bloatware was on it?Asking as recently got the Currys 320s posted here so assume it will be similar and want to make sure I get rid of it all.


Its got MCafvee anti virus, the standard stuff with some "free" games.

Also got a load of Lenovo apps market and some customer experience manager bits and pieces.

Hows the trackpad on the 320S? is it plastic? does it snag your fingers? mine is going back tomorrow.
Wolfey1 h, 21 m ago

Got mine, overall pretty good, 256GB, the main problem for me is the touch …Got mine, overall pretty good, 256GB, the main problem for me is the touch pad is really really bad.I have macbook, dell xps, inspirion, lenovo thinkpad s440 and this is hands down the worse touchpad I've used. My finger feels really gritty on the touch pad, so touch movement becomes jumpy instead of smooth, making it very hard to use. I tried wax and polishing the touch pad, it makes it slightly better but still a bad experience.The keyboard is also pretty mushy so the key strokes feels uneven, however this can be ignored, it is really quite annoying but so far it feels like they have cheaped out for this midrange laptop.There is a TON of bloatware installed, which took a while to clear out, I am really considering returning this due to the bad touchpad being a deal breaker.Mine came in a lenovo brown box with a tamper proof seal, inside clear plastic sleeve, clearly new.


What bloatware was on it?

Asking as recently got the Currys 320s posted here so assume it will be similar and want to make sure I get rid of it all.
Edited by: "LankyChris" 10th Feb
Got mine, overall pretty good, 256GB, the main problem for me is the touch pad is really really bad.

I have macbook, dell xps, inspirion, lenovo thinkpad s440 and this is hands down the worse touchpad I've used. My finger feels really gritty on the touch pad, so touch movement becomes jumpy instead of smooth, making it very hard to use. I tried wax and polishing the touch pad, it makes it slightly better but still a bad experience.

The keyboard is also pretty mushy so the key strokes feels uneven, however this can be ignored, it is really quite annoying but so far it feels like they have cheaped out for this midrange laptop.

There is a TON of bloatware installed, which took a while to clear out, I am really considering returning this due to the bad touchpad being a deal breaker.

Mine came in a lenovo brown box with a tamper proof seal, inside clear plastic sleeve, clearly new.
Got mine today. Interested to know of other buyers thoughts. These are supposed to be brand new, right?

Did everyone else's come in just a brown box? Should their have been an outer sleeve of some sort with a picture of the laptop?

There was also some small hairs on the laptop and two fingerprints on the screen.

I can see the sticker on the brown box that it is indeed a 256GB SSD, which is good.
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Lenovo IdeaPad 510 (15) Laptop - White, £499.97 from Ebuyer
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Master2018 h, 43 m ago

BUYER BEWAREDo NOT buy. I bought a Lenovo 510 last year. It only lasted …BUYER BEWAREDo NOT buy. I bought a Lenovo 510 last year. It only lasted 13ish months, RIGHT AFTER end of warranty and it flat out broke. This is coming from someone who works in IT and did the chkdsk, system restores, bios settings, etc. fixes but nope, it all failed.And of course, company did not give a toss, out of warranty so wanted another £200 for a repair for a £430 item.**** Lenovo.



So... the hard drive failed? That's not exactly a difficult problem to fix.
Get the i7 version for £9 less! It's on Argos' eBay store (but not on the Argos site) See:
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Plongster925 h, 5 m ago

Is this any good for Gaming low medium and in the future could this fit a …Is this any good for Gaming low medium and in the future could this fit a graphics card sorry new to laptops, PCs.


Spend your money on a PC!!
Plongster924 h, 46 m ago

Is this any good for Gaming low medium and in the future could this fit a …Is this any good for Gaming low medium and in the future could this fit a graphics card sorry new to laptops, PCs.


Low medium gaming yes. I would say more low end with reduced resolution. Not future proofed though IMO, what is nowadays unless you pay for it? And no, I believe this graphics card is SoC (Soldered on chip) so it can't be upgraded. I'm sure someone will correct me if I am wrong through
Its good for the price. Other laptops costing 20/30% more are irrelevant. If you have a £600+ laptop you rate why not add it as a deal, rather than flaming this deal
Lenovo IdeaPad 320 15.6 In i3 8GB 128GB Laptop - Blue - £349.99 @ Argos eBay Store
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Crossbow1st Feb

Did a Disk Cleanup as well? If not, do both mentioned here: …Did a Disk Cleanup as well? If not, do both mentioned here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/4026616/windows-disk-cleanup-in-windows-10


Hiya, yes I did a disk cleanup and all that. I actually had remote control support from Microsoft and they did a load of different things and nothing worked Spoke to 3 different Argos customer service people who all said different things - one told me to get in touch with Lenovo who told me to reboot to factory settings and if it didnt work then it needs to go for repair. I mentioned it wasnt even 12 hours old so how can a brand new laptop need repairing?!, 2nd one said I can only return the store and it's up to them if they would let me return it or not despite it being faulty and the 3rd one booked a return in for collection on Monday and said a refund would take 3-5 days!
hannah.fieldhouse1 h, 39 m ago

I just ordered this and it is shocking. Received yesterday and turned on …I just ordered this and it is shocking. Received yesterday and turned on last night to do all the updates and it finished doing that this morning when I woke up. CPU was maxed out which I managed to sort through no help from Lenovo (im a total newbie to laptops), 100% disk space usage despite not having any windows open. Speak with Lenovo and they said to reboot, however I had just finished all the updates it does when you first switch it on. Spoke with Microsoft who did loads of different things, restarted it about 5 times and nothing worked and now its stuck on the "scanning and repairing disk"... I would avoid! It's going back on Monday. Absolute waste of money!


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hannah.fieldhouse1 h, 31 m ago

I just ordered this and it is shocking. Received yesterday and turned on …I just ordered this and it is shocking. Received yesterday and turned on last night to do all the updates and it finished doing that this morning when I woke up. CPU was maxed out which I managed to sort through no help from Lenovo (im a total newbie to laptops), 100% disk space usage despite not having any windows open. Speak with Lenovo and they said to reboot, however I had just finished all the updates it does when you first switch it on. Spoke with Microsoft who did loads of different things, restarted it about 5 times and nothing worked and now its stuck on the "scanning and repairing disk"... I would avoid! It's going back on Monday. Absolute waste of money!


There was a massive windows update released recently, it took over an hour to install, could have been that.

Can you right click the desktop and click "display settings". Under resolution, is the best option 1920x1080 or 1366 x 768?
And can you look at the screen from wide angles and still see the screen image? (this means it would be an IPS screen)
I just ordered this and it is shocking. Received yesterday and turned on last night to do all the updates and it finished doing that this morning when I woke up. CPU was maxed out which I managed to sort through no help from Lenovo (im a total newbie to laptops), 100% disk space usage despite not having any windows open. Speak with Lenovo and they said to reboot, however I had just finished all the updates it does when you first switch it on. Spoke with Microsoft who did loads of different things, restarted it about 5 times and nothing worked and now its stuck on the "scanning and repairing disk"... I would avoid! It's going back on Monday. Absolute waste of money!
Orcinus_orca4 h, 10 m ago

This is 1080 IPS according to ao.com, anyone bought this or saw the box in …This is 1080 IPS according to ao.com, anyone bought this or saw the box in Argos?


It a LCD TN, says in product specification. Click
10% off Argos eBay orders on £40+ spend e.g.  Nintendo Switch Grey / Neon £251.99 - Lenovo Tab 3 10.1 inch £89.99 -  WD My Passport Hard Drive 4TB £90.89
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missleading3rd Feb

I bought the silver one at the same price, which is also listed as Grade A!


just got my Grey from this deal, looks pretty mint actually. battery totally dead which can be a worry because LI don't like being stored totally dead. i presume apple's new lower cost battery replacement applies to this phone as well??

sticker says Grade A, another handwritten one says 40eb (?), shame about big ugly stickers front and back but oh well, if phone is fine whatever! i need to find a test app for ios, i know how to test features on android.

now to amazon to order case and screen protector i guess
my first ever iphone haha i still think its 2x overpriced, £200 for a 640 res screen in 2018 oh dear, but if someone has to have an iphone.. she's still using iphone4 so this should seem amazing!
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ehhh well i feel a "not as described" ebay return coming on at least maybe i have time to return it, if they screw up. also screenshot of listing being saved..
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Smiff7 m ago

did you order from this listing? … did you order from this listing? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Apple-iPhone-SE-4-Inch-1-85GHz-12MP-2GB-32GB-4K-Mobile-Smart-Phone-Space-Grey/362070470221 because they're supposed to be Grade A


I bought the silver one at the same price, which is also listed as Grade A!
missleading6 m ago

Grade B unit received. Big Refurb Sticker on the back and ticks scrawled …Grade B unit received. Big Refurb Sticker on the back and ticks scrawled over the original labels. No earpods, so that's another £10 or so to buy. Small rip in the cardboard insert. The phone itself looks good; no screen protector films. Activated 3 months ago, so it has 9 months Apple warranty left.


did you order from this listing?
ebay.co.uk/itm…221
because they're supposed to be Grade A
Smiff11 h, 32 m ago

who's bought an iphone se 32gb, what condition was it in?edit: was going …who's bought an iphone se 32gb, what condition was it in?edit: was going to get from gifffgaff but they only have pink left!edit2: ordered, 197£ seem seems ok for a 32gb.. just hope condition is near-mint. hmm. otherwise will be sending back, as it's for a gift, and she's fussy


Grade B unit received. Big Refurb Sticker on the back and ticks scrawled over the original labels. No earpods, so that's another £10 or so to buy. Small rip in the cardboard insert. The phone itself looks good; no screen protector films. Activated 3 months ago, so it has 9 months Apple warranty left.
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This post was a epic fail. Cold.
copperspock17 h, 28 m ago

Well mine and the personal experience of at least one other person who …Well mine and the personal experience of at least one other person who bought the phone :). Every company has good and bad interactions with customers of course.I'm not suggesting that people are definitely going to have a bad experience with GB and I wouldn't say to definitely avoid them, but I do think people are more likely to have a bad experience with them than with Amazon for example.Trying to get almost 200% of the cost of a phone from me is something I'd expect from a scammer, not an established retailer.They also did the exact same thing with at least one other person on HUKD.Imagine Amazon charging a customer the advertised price for a product, then asking for almost the same amount again to post it out. They'd be rightly crucified.Aye I don't think the -82 is warranted at all.


Yep your right, most companies have good and bad interactions, but as said, when I had a problem they sorted it immediately. The point I was trying to make, was it seems harsh on the op to go to this effort and get this now -85 score, particularly for a company that has a bad image, but personally an unwarranted one. Anyway, let’s leave it there, while we have some parity
marky.mark1 h, 23 m ago

...in your personal experience, I had a dash cam sent to me, which I’m p …...in your personal experience, I had a dash cam sent to me, which I’m pretty sure I broke, got onto their customer services, explained I was very unhappy and would open a dispute with PayPal, but they sent me a replacement without hesitating and it’s still going strong today. The point I was making is there seems to be a lot of negativity with this company, which as said from personal experience is totally unjust, and that would deter some people from buying from them. You and many others have had problems. Many others and myself haven’t, just wanted to balance the argument a little, and also shout out for the op who put effort into this and gets -80 degrees unfairly for their troubles, partly because of the bad press,but I do agree that you should use PayPal for peace of mind.


Well mine and the personal experience of at least one other person who bought the phone :).

Every company has good and bad interactions with customers of course.
I'm not suggesting that people are definitely going to have a bad experience with GB and I wouldn't say to definitely avoid them, but I do think people are more likely to have a bad experience with them than with Amazon for example.
Trying to get almost 200% of the cost of a phone from me is something I'd expect from a scammer, not an established retailer.
They also did the exact same thing with at least one other person on HUKD.
Imagine Amazon charging a customer the advertised price for a product, then asking for almost the same amount again to post it out. They'd be rightly crucified.

Aye I don't think the -82 is warranted at all.
copperspock28 m ago

I did the same before this last experience. Now I would advise anyone to …I did the same before this last experience. Now I would advise anyone to use caution and make sure items are actually in stock before they order, and pay with PP if possible. As long as there are no complications it's fine. When things go wrong, they can go really wrong. Amazon they are not.Well I don't think a large amount of criticism means that there is necessarily trolling afoot, they could just be a pretty iffy company. The people who were criticising GB before your comment have valid complaints however. I (and others) have also recently had trouble with GB regarding a Doogee phone (which is still ongoing after more than two months in my case). My particular issue with them is that they insisted on not sending me the phones I paid for unless I paid almost the same amount again, as well as flat-out refusing to acknowledge some of my questions about the order. They only agreed to send me the phones I paid for after I left some negative reviews on some sites (this was suggested by another HUKDer who had to do the same to get their phone). Their CS has been absolutely atrocious and dishonest in this instance.


...in your personal experience, I had a dash cam sent to me, which I’m pretty sure I broke, got onto their customer services, explained I was very unhappy and would open a dispute with PayPal, but they sent me a replacement without hesitating and it’s still going strong today. The point I was making is there seems to be a lot of negativity with this company, which as said from personal experience is totally unjust, and that would deter some people from buying from them. You and many others have had problems. Many others and myself haven’t, just wanted to balance the argument a little, and also shout out for the op who put effort into this and gets -80 degrees unfairly for their troubles, partly because of the bad press,but I do agree that you should use PayPal for peace of mind.
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Whoever went to my profile after marky.mark's comment was posted and voted all my deals cold - grow up.
LENOVO IdeaPad 320s-14IKB 14" Laptop FHD £314 with code @ Currys - Read description
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I used the code last night, it's a daily mail code and doesn't expire to February. It was temperamental to use last night though too.
Adam_9015 m ago

What did you say?


I said I was having trouble with this code at the checkout. She said she can see why basket and confirmed the code was invalid and said sorry about that. I said that’s a shame as I knew someone used the code today to buy the same laptop and that I had my eye on it for quite some time. Next thing I knew she asked if I could hold while she checks with the manager if there is anything they could do
androidavis1 m ago

Well I went on online chat during the ordering process and in the end they …Well I went on online chat during the ordering process and in the end they gave me a code to use at the checkout which was nice. Bought for £313.49. My thanks to shell820810 as I wouldn’t have got it if it wasn’t for the post.


What did you say?
Well I went on online chat during the ordering process and in the end they gave me a code to use at the checkout which was nice. Bought for £313.49. My thanks to shell820810 as I wouldn’t have got it if it wasn’t for the post.
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