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HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse £25 / HyperX FURY Pro Gaming Mouse Pad  £13.50 @ Tesco (Free C&C)
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Decent mouse for £25, for this price it looks a solid choice. Nice and simple with 6 buttons in total. Looks like we're seeing some nice drops on gaming stuff on site now, so eyes … Read more
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Got this mouse and really like it. A pretty basic gaming mouse but comfortable to use.


I've not used this mouse specifically, but just going off the HyperX brand for headphones and the specs listed, this is a solid budget gaming mouse that probably punches above its weight (price). Good buy.

MSI PL62 7RC i5-7300HQ 8GB 1TB MX150 Full HD Laptop with Free Backpack, Mouse and Mouse Pad £499.98 Ebuyer
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Seems like a good price for this laptop with some freebies

I wouldn't buy laptop and HDD 2nd hand but components would be possible. I use a desktop for video work and as a Plex server (and the odd game), an XPS13 for work, and a cheap £200 thin/light laptop as a throw around portable. Always better buy to suit specific needs rather than try to buy one thing that doesn't do anything particularly well.


That being the case your only option would be to buy second hand.


I edit videos all the time. Don't play games so much, but if I had ROTR, Witcher 3 etc, I'd be annoyed if my laptop that I'd just spenr £500 on chugged whilst playing it.


Incredibly specific usage case relevant to 0.01%of users, for which this cpu and graphics combo would be useless and doubtless they would be looking to spend a lot more


For the average person 16GB won't be necessary but do any complicated video work in Adobe etc with multiple large files and 16GB is the minimum. For example:

Corsair Gaming Bundle - K55 RGB Keyboard / Harpoon RGB Mouse / HS50 Stereo Headset / MM100 Mouse Pad £99.99 @ Box
Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Not a bad bundle at all if you're needing all the essentials. Could be ideal for anyone that's recently picked up one of the pre-built gaming machines recently. Personally looking … Read more
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Does anyone know of any good white mechanical keyboards?


Obviously this set is better if you want corsair gear but you could get: Logitech K120 £8.98 - has a latency of around 30ms which is the lower end for keyboards. Logitech g203 £24.99 - Very good mouse Mouse Bungee £6.99 - Massive QoL upgrade for wired mice MM100 mouse pad £7.99 - same mousepad from this set Zalman ZMMIC1 Lapel Microphone £6.36 - A much better mic than you get on most headsets And you still have nearly £45 to spend on a decent pair of headphones or just use a pair you already have.


The K55 is a rubber domed model, it if was a Mech, then I'd have bought one depsite needing it :D It's still works out great for the bundle though.


mechanical Keyboard?


Great find!

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Perfect Gaming Mouse Pad £6.99 (Prime) / £10.98 (non Prime) Sold by Global-i-Mall and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
This is a massive mouse pad 30.7” x 11.8” absolutely perfect for gamers as there is masses of room to roll the mouse around, nice smooth action too and great picture. Got one for m… Read more
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I got this and I'm impressed with it. The mouse feels more accurate on it and the material appears to be durable and good quality, which I wasn't sure it would be for this price...


omg, this price is still available, thanks op for sharing!


there me thinking i was the only one :) though i did get a razer branded one...I might pick this up for work though :)


I also thought mouse bungie's were stupid but I would never go back to not having one for a wired mouse now! No need to buy a branded one either, this one does the job perfectly and can be picked up for around £4 from amazon as well. One of the best gaming purchases I have ever made :)


Yep you can put the keyboard on or your laptop if you have one

MSI  17.3"  i7 / Gtx 1050 / 8GB RAM / 1TB HDD Gaming Laptop + Backpack, Headset, Mouse & mouse Pad  £719.10 w/code @ AO
Found 28th Dec 2017Found 28th Dec 2017
Doesn't look too shabby if you're going for a bigger screen size, as well as the Bag, Mouse, Mousepad and SteelSeries headset. Obviously there are a few gaming laptops around just … Read more
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Bad cpu.... Not worth it.


As an owner of an MSI gaming laptop I can categorically not recommend this at all. I paid £2,200 for a top spec machine for it to go wrong 4 months in. Their customer support is laughable and repairs can take 6 weeks or more with very little communication. Save your money and look to another brand.


Excellent budget gaming laptop, accessories are an awesome bonus


Just ordered this, will let you know how it is


Glossy screen tends to reflect stuff

Perixx DX-1000L Gaming Mouse Pad - 320x270x2mm Dimension - Non-Slip Rubber Base - Sold & Fulfilled by Amazon £4.99
Found 29th Nov 2017Found 29th Nov 2017
I bought one of these a while ago when it was £6.99, it's a very nice mat. I might get another, had mine for over a year and it's still looking and performing good.

I have it, its terrible. The side if peeling off hard. Pony up for steelseries instead.


They're basically a gimmick with 10x noiser keys. Absolutely terrible if you do any sort of work that involves calls, or if you are within close proximity of coworkers or family. I would much rather a high quality membrane keyboard. "Lasts longer" - I'd rather have a keyboard that is cheaper and may not last as long. At least I can replace it for cheap. If you get a long lasting keyboard, you'll get all that dust accumulation over the years save yourselves the money (and noise) and get a nice good quality scissor switch membrane


You might be right, I like my mechanical keyboard but it was expensive. It's nice to have the backlit keys though haha.


Being nicer to type on for something that is built entirely to be typed on is kind of an important aspect, no? Maybe if you dont do much typing, by all means, just go for the cheapest bullshit you can find, but lots of other people are willing to pay for a superior experience, especially for those of us who spend lots of time on a keyboard. Also, they certainly dont all cost 10x the cost of a normal keyboard. I got mine for £60 and it's excellent(CM Quick Fire TK Stealth w/Brown switches) and a vast improvement over a membrane keyboard to use. As for mouse mats, there are definitely differences between them. Again, maybe you dont care - that's fine. But some people do. And these Perixx mats are quite good without costing any sort of significant premium. I'm not sure why some people have such a hard time understanding that other people have different preferences and priorities than themselves? :/


So apart from lasting longer, your point is that it's nicer to type on - it costs 10x the price of a normal keyboard, but I'm the ignorant one. Like I said marketing gimmick, which works because humans always want the the best stuff, they will even convince themselves at time that there is a "tangible benefit" when the reality is there is not, because both keyboards serve exactly the same purpose, but one is 10x the cost of the other.

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Corsair Gaming MM300 Extended Anti-Fray Cloth Gaming Mouse Mat - £19.99 Amazon Prime Exclusive
Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
Great mousepad for someone who wants a large one for their keyboard/mouse to sit across.
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Was looking at these yesterday, they look cool, but will probably order the small one for £14.99


Posted this twice by mistake, hotukdeals was lagging so thought It didnt go through, whoops!


Bought it yesterday.

Corsair Gaming MM300 Extended Anti-Fray Cloth Gaming Mouse Mat - £20 Amazon
Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
Great mousepad to put your keyboard on too, got one a few months ago, well worth this price.
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Just picked up from mailing cheers!


Heat added, I just checked the piece on these and maplin have it reduced to the same price too so if you have one near you it might be worth checking stock. Ordering one now from amazon, thanks OP :)


Tag. Unsure of the prices of these.

Large personalised Mousemat 78p delivered with code @ Artscow (also Collage/Round styles available)
Found 12th Oct 2017Found 12th Oct 2017
Ordered one of these large personalised mousemats last year To get for 78p including free delivery used code OneDollarComputerPad Looks like they have added a few more types… Read more
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Does an account have to be created?


just got mine today it look good


Just had shipping confirmation email!


Cannot upload...I give up


See above - does that work for you

Corsair K95 Was £194.99 Now £124.99 / £134.89 delivered Free Mouse Mat @ Overclockers
Found 28th Jun 2017Found 28th Jun 2017
This is an amazing keyboard at an amazing price. the cheapest i can find elsewhere is around £180. With free - Gaming MM100 Cloth Mouse Pad
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If I didn't buy my 75 rgb 3 months ago. lol I am tempted though. MUST RESIST!!!!!!!!!


Heat as it's way cheaper than elsewhere. But that's a lot of money to be spending for rgb lights! Cherry has their own keyboard with mx reds for £55.98 Also gateron linear switches are smoother than the cherry mx linear switches these days.


This is the old version. My K95 is the LUX version and got it for £150. Personally I have never used the macro keys and in hindsight should have bought a K70 brown switch with basic backlight. Some of the lighting schemes are a bit too much to be used all the time.


I have the K70 RGB rapidfire and these Corsair keyboards are top quality.


Seems like a great price for this, was looking at these the other day. Personally can't stand keyboards with a bunch of macro keys on the left, my hand wants to sit at the far left to reach WSAD but instead sits on the macro keys instead and screws me up constantly. Heat though!

SwiftGaming© Mouse Mat 90x30cm (Blue Dragon) £5.99 (prime) £10.74 (non prime)  Sold by Swift-Gaming and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 28th Jun 2017Found 28th Jun 2017
Really good reviews on this 4.8/5 (70): 90x30cm - Extra large surface area Anti-fray Non-slip rubber backing

I wish it didnt have the dragon.... i managed to grow up lately. Though the beer runner..... <3 great idea.


Exactly what I use as well, beer mat runners are perfect, and round here you find them on the car boot for a £1. Regards Flea


I just ask nicely in the local pub and use a free bar runner


Not the cheapest it's been, but not the most expensive!

Large Size World Map Mouse Pad £5.88 @ Banggood
Found 8th May 2017Found 8th May 2017
Mouse pad

Looks a bit old skool to me....the ball map flattened instead of a flat earth map.....


Decent price considering they're £5.25 on AliExpress. But that's with 30 day delivery!




Hard or soft mouse PAd?


Everyone laughs at us flat earth theorists but how else do you explanation that you can use the earth as a mouse pad :{

Element Gaming Beryllium Mechanical (Red switch) + Free Mouse Mat £39.99 /  Carbon Mechanical RGB Keyboard (Brown switch) £51.99 @ Ebuyer (Free Del)
Found 2nd May 2017Found 2nd May 2017
I did actually post the Beryllium one previously, although it had gone back up in price and has since dropped to £39.99 again - Uses Kailh Red switches. Element Gaming Carbon M… Read more
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Thanks, I may consider this since my Corsair K65 has developed a fault today and it's out of warranty. I'm actually really annoyed by it, it's only 3 years old.


Hey thank you for posting this - I just purchased a Corsair K70 RGB keyboard for £68. Saved me some money there!


Guys there are some mechanical keyboards on offer on Amazon Warehouse at the mo with the 20% off. I just got the Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire TK with Blue Cherry Mx for about £50 delivered.


excellent!! cheers!!


i could do with a new keyboard but brown switches and more compact, good deal tho

CORSAIR MM200 Extended Gaming Surface - Black - £17.99 - Amazon - Prime Exclusive
Found 12th Apr 2017Found 12th Apr 2017
The cheapest it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel! :) £17.99
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That was a price error. I remember that


My kids have one of these and the newer MM300 with stitched edges. This one is fraying quite badly after a year but the MM300 is good as new. Corsair dropped the MM300 down to £14.99 in November last year, hopefully son number one's MM200 will last until they next do another sale so I can replace it.



MSI GL62 7QF Gaming Laptop now £649.97 Delivered (Save £100) w/ FREE SteelSeries V3 Mouse + FREE MSI Gaming Mouse Pad @ eBuyer
Found 12th Apr 2017Found 12th Apr 2017
Off the back of my MSI deal yesterday, I figured I would take another look to see what else was out there. Found this MSI Gaming Laptop with a GTX960M with a nice saving of just ov… Read more
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If I shouldn't get this what should I get? I've checked most relevant links and other deals but all expired (price is £100+ more than deal states) please help cheers budget is £700 give or take some


Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience.


numbers i can see for witcher at 720p medium range from 43-65fps depending on exact spec console hovers around 30 photoshop on a laptop with these specs is less laughable than photoshop on console though eh? btw you can run photoshop fine on much lower spec pc than this so again you haven't a clue i love these facts though - keep em coming


Because paying £650 for a laptop to play TW3 at 720p 23FPS is a smart thing to do. Nothing opinionated about that, that's straight up facts son. You have made me chuckle though - photoshop on a laptop with these specs is hilarious. I'm done giving you my time, frankly I enjoy the salt of idiots, but please, do carry on giving greedy corporate manufacturers your money.


wow, uneducated ... again irony lets start with the witcher, this laptop plays it - not amazingly but medium 720p is easy enough thus 'probably wont play' blatantly incorrect console plays it higher res but afaik framerates arent anything to shout about then you go on about relevance/context - as a phone cant play 'any AAA' games bringing it up is irrelevant how is the screen size on the phone? how is the screen on the console? just keep it in your pocket? how does your console run photoshop etc? ever heard of allowing people to decide what they want rather than forcing your own 'educated' opinion of their 'needs'? guess not

Diablo III 3 Reaper of Souls Mouse Mat £2.99 / Behind the Scenes DVD £1.49 Delivered @ Go2Games via eBay
Found 12th Mar 2017Found 12th Mar 2017
Certainly it's worth the price which includes delivery too. :) Also the Behind the Scenes DVD from Collector's Edition is £1.49 Delivered .

If this is anything like the Diablo 3 mousemat it's good quality. I guess I'll find out soon enough. Thanks OP


thanks, ordered this and the wow one


I thought it was the steelseries one for a minute, heat added all the same.


I already have one, love it might get another.


But I am sure about this eBay user. They are a reputable company and I have posted deals from them before. Their website is currently being updated but it is . They are also an approved retailer on HUKD. You may find their deals here, you'd never see bad comments about them.

Element Gaming Beryllium Mechanical Kailh RED Switch Gaming Keyboard (Individual LED lit keys) + Free Mousemat £39.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 9th Mar 2017Found 9th Mar 2017
Brill price for a mechanical keyboard, they are Kailh reds, which stack up pretty well against the Cherry MX equivalent. I dare say some wouldn't really notice the difference, obvi… Read more
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I remember the hot key combination in '96 for the Quake test was ZXC, with right mouse button to move forward. There was an adjustment curve later on, when we all realised that was mince.


Gents, over 20 years of gaming (moslty FPS)


I use a mech keyboard for everyday use, got used to the clacking, I don't do games.


Thanks for the response, that just looks so weird to me. I wonder if people seeing the Fosbury Flop for the first time back in the 60's had a similar feeling. :D


Have been looking for a mechanical keyboard for work, preferably a quiet one and ideally cheap, can anyone recommend? Thanks

Corsair Gaming MM800 RGB POLARIS Mouse Pad  £44.99 GAME
Found 16th Feb 2017Found 16th Feb 2017
Normally £60 on sites amazon
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I suppose, it's a deal. However £44.99 for a mouse mat, I have to agree with Manimal.


why cold? have the cold voters found it cheaper?


Definitely for people who have more money than sense!


I never thought I'd see the day when we needed led mouse mats.

Swift gaming mouse mat pad 90cm x 30cm dragon red £11.99 prime £14.98 non prime Sold by Swift-Gaming and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 11th Feb 2017Found 11th Feb 2017
Swift Gaming mouse mat. Seems a good price for a large gaming mouse pad. Colour red ***Description*** This mouse pad has been designed with gaming in mind. Firstly, it's huge!, at… Read more

9.99 now


Back up to 14.99 now


I got something similar today but a map of the world is printed on mine. Great mouse surface.

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