Black Friday is in Full Swing with MSI Notebooks

There’s so many technology deals worth mentioning today that some can get washed out. MSI Notebooks are some of the best on the planet and very rarely go on offer. This year, however, multiple retailers have different models on offer with savings of up to £200! Here is a quick Top 5 round-up:

1. MSI GE72 Apache from AmazonUK for £1099. This is available with Amazon Prime for next day delivery also.

  • Processor: Intel Core i7 6700HQ
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M
  • RAM: 12GB DDR4 Memory – 2133Mhz
  • Storage: 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD
  • Screen Size: 17.3” Full HD – 1920 x 1080
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10

2. MSI GT72S Dominator Pro from OverclockersUK for £1,679.99.

  • Processor: Intel Core i7 6700HQ
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M
  • RAM: 16GB DDR4 Memory – 2133Mhz
  • Storage: 1TB HDD + 256GB NVMe PCI-E Gen3 SSD
  • Screen Size: 17.3” PLS G-Sync Full HD – 1920 x 1080
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10

3. MSI GP62 and GP 72 Leopart from CCLonline for £629.99 and £649.99 respectively.

  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4210H
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 940M
  • RAM: 8GB DDR3 Memory – 1600Mhz
  • Storage: 1TB HDD
  • Screen Size: 15.6”/17.3” Full HD – 1920 x 1080
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10

4. MSI GP72 Leopard Pro from Scan Computers for just £679.99.

  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4210H
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M
  • RAM: 12GB DDR3 Memory – 1600Mhz
  • Storage: 1TB HDD
  • Screen Size: 17.3” Full HD – 1920 x 1080
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10

5. MSI GE62 Apache from Save on Laptops for £899.97.

  • Processor: Intel Core i7 5700HQ
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M
  • RAM: 16GB DDR3 Memory – 1600Mhz
  • Storage: 1TB HDD
  • Screen Size: 15.6” Full HD – 1920 x 1080
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10

This Weeks Top PC Gaming Deals

Nobody likes paying more than they have to for things, that much is especially true for a lot of gamers, as we all know that retail launch prices of games tend to be quite expensive. Of course, we’ve got a huge range of sites out there offering deals and discounts on a virtually daily basis, so we’ve had a dig around the web for you to find you some of the best PC gaming deals around!

From indie gaming classics and newcomers to blockbuster AAA games that have come down in price, an MMORPG epic and even a new release! We’ve got a few great details going around at the moment and I’m sure there are many more still to be found. Remember, don’t spend too much of your money, because there’s often a Steam Sale towards the end of this month or at the start of November!

What games are you hoping to see discounted soon? Let us know in the comments and we’ll keep our eyes out for a deal!

Humble Indie Bundle 15 – Pay What You Want


Starting things off, we’ve got the ever popular Humble Bundle, offering up a nice collection of Indie games from $1 for the first four, or pay over the average of $7.20 to unlock even more! It’s certainly worth beating the average, as this will get you ten games, including the excellent Skullgirls + DLC, Planetary Annihilation and Xenonauts.

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Aliens Collection (Steam) – £4.74


Some of the Aliens games have received noticeably better receptions than others, but for the most part they’re absolutely fantastic fun to play, especially if you’re a fan of the movies. So what better way to start off your collection of Aliens games, than with a big bundle that crams in Aliens Vs Predator, Aliens: Colonial Marines and a massive bundle of DLC to boot! That’s a huge saving and a whole lot of gaming to keep you busy for a few weeks.

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The Elder Scrolls Online PC – £17.99/$27.40


Get ready to unleash one of the biggest MMORPG games of the year, with Elder Scrolls Online! Certainly one fans of the Elder Scrolls series won’t want to miss out on and also one of the most enjoyable MMO’s of recent years too. What’s even better is that you can pick the game up at a bargain price right now, making your adventures in Tamriel all that more affordable. As an added bonus, the game no longer has a mandatory subscription.

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This War of Mine – £5.99


This War of Mine is a unique and very gripping survival sim, but changing from the usual soldier of death armed to the teeth, you take the role of civilians, struggling to survive in a besieged city, with no food, medicine and, of course, constant danger from the surrounding enemies. It’s a unique tale and one that certainly stand out from the crowd. Of course, you’ve little excuses to be missing out now, now at these prices! As an added bonus, the DLC is currently £0.79.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition – Game of the Year Edition – £49.99


EA and their Original platform are not the best when it comes to deals, that much we’ve all known for some time. However, despite their slightly elevated launch prices the latest game on the Origin platform is a good deal. The Game of the Year edition of Dragon Age: Inquisition packs every bit of DLC, add-on content, deluxe edition chests, new weapons and so much more, making it the best version of Dragon Age: Inquisition to date, and also the easiest path to take for those who have yet to play the latest game in the series.

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Amazon’s New Prime Credit Card Offers 5% Cash Back

Amazon is rolling out a brand new store card that gives holders that are Prime members 5% cash back on eligible Amazon.com purchases. The card is different than the current popular Amazon Rewards Visa from Chase, which does not offer the 5% cash back.

The new Amazon.com store card also gives holders the options of 5% cash back in the form of statement credit or 0% financing on purchases more than $149. The store card does not have an annual fee, is backed by Synchrony Bank and comes with fraud protection for piece of mind.  The holder must have their own Prime membership to be eligible for the cash back, as being an invited guest on a Prime account will not count. This card will be a good choice for those users who use Amazon Prime frequently and pay off cards every month, as it does carry a 25.99% APR.  Signing up for the card and being approved will get you a free $40 gift card to make the deal even better.

The only items that are not eligible are “Amazon Prime memberships, digital newspaper and magazine subscriptions, games and software downloads“, as stated by Amazon.

Source: LifeHacker

Currys and PC World to Join in With Black Friday Sales

UK electrical retailers Currys and PC World (both owned by Dixons Retail) will be participating in the American “phenomenon” of the Black Friday sales.

“The Black Friday shopping deal phenomenon began in the US. It’s always the Friday after Thanksgiving Day and is seen as the kickoff for the shopping season leading up to Christmas. Shops open early and there are big savings online and in-store in time-limited deals – it’s the perfect time to get your Christmas shopping started. It’s also followed by Cyber Monday, another day of big online discounts.”

The thing is, Thanksgiving isn’t celebrated in the UK, so why do the retailers feel the need to push this “phenomenon” upon us?

Let’s just hope we don’t see the same scenes as last year when Asda decided to join in with Black Friday –

Besides all of that, some of you may well find some great deals on tech next week, that’s if you can get past the hordes of parents fighting over incredibly cheap PS4s.

Source: Currys