£13 Maxell BD-R Blu-ray Disc 4x 25GB / 10 Spindle Pack / Printable - £12.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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4x Speed
Single Layer
25GB
BD-R
10 Spindle Pack
Printable
Description

Blu ray disc is the next generation of high capacity optical disc. A blue ray disc holds up to five times more information than a dvd, allowing you to store high defenation digital video, sound, pictures, games, pc files. In fact just about anything.
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1 Like #1
I have a spare £1 off Mcdonalds Monopoly code if that would help anyone??
#2
sounds good value
1 Like #3
dcx_badass
I'd like it please. Will rep in return.


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#4
Redfaction;8315739
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Hi, mate, anymore left?
1 Like #5
hywen
Hi, mate, anymore left?


1 left now.
#6
Redfaction;8316800
1 left now.

I'll take it please
#7
kewldeals
I'll take it please


done.
all gone
#8
Glad this deal stayed on topic...
#9
Prices are starting to come down, Blu Ray ahoy there maties.
#10
With a PS3 custom firmware hack around the corner, I can see BD-R's getting popular ;-)
#11
cicobuff
Prices are starting to come down, Blu Ray ahoy there maties.


About time, I remember paying £75 for a cakebox of 50 blank Memorex cds from Office World and trying my utmost to convince the wife how the economics stacked up and they were a good investment.

Might try and convince her that a good Blu Ray writer is now making sense. :thumbsup:
#12
How much is a decent BD writer?
#13
A SATA internal PC jobbie...
#14
Last time I looked still far to expensive (when I get out of tech-drool mode & seriously consider what I might actually use it for) about £120 - £130.
Especially as hard drives are so cheap.
#15
Bad Actor
About time, I remember paying £75 for a cakebox of 50 blank Memorex cds from Office World and trying my utmost to convince the wife how the economics stacked up and they were a good investment.

Might try and convince her that a good Blu Ray writer is now making sense. :thumbsup:



I still have the first CD-RW drive i bought for my "time machine" its was £228.93.... oh how things change!
#16
Vegeta
With a PS3 custom firmware hack around the corner, I can see BD-R's getting popular ;-)


info wanted :thinking::-D
#17
The guy that cracked the iPhone has nearly cracked the PS3 using Linux. Because he told everybody, Sony released a firmware update (3.21) which takes away the ability to install or use Linux on your PS3. If you've upgraded to 3.21 then you're not going to be able to take advantage of anything that may possibly be coming in the future.

There's a custom firmware upgrade in the works, but all it does is let you upgrade to 3.21 from 3.15 (the one before) while keeping your ability to install/run Linux, but you still can't connect to the internet with the PS3 to play online or buy/download anything any more.

In other words, get over it, install the latest firmware and just rent games if you really want to play as many games as you want at a cheap price without breaking the law.
#18
montblanc
The guy that cracked the iPhone has nearly cracked the PS3 using Linux. Because he told everybody, Sony released a firmware update (3.21) which takes away the ability to install or use Linux on your PS3. If you've upgraded to 3.21 then you're not going to be able to take advantage of anything that may possibly be coming in the future.

There's a custom firmware upgrade in the works, but all it does is let you upgrade to 3.21 from 3.15 (the one before) while keeping your ability to install/run Linux, but you still can't connect to the internet with the PS3 to play online or buy/download anything any more.

In other words, get over it, install the latest firmware and just rent games if you really want to play as many games as you want at a cheap price without breaking the law.


Nonsense - don't update and don't let Sony dictate what you can or can't do with a console. Use this guide and you can still connect.

run the LG5tool exe
click on the frimware update box so its checked
then click start proxy it will show you ur ip adress
go to ps3 and click network settings
click on internet connection settings
click on the custom method
click wireless or wired (what ever you are using)
#wireless only: click scan
#select ur wireless conection (ssid)
# confirm ur ssid(network name)
#select your security settings and fill out ur password and ursername
click automatic for "ip adress settings"
click do not set for "DHCP hst name"
click automatic for "dns settings"
click auto matic for "mtu"
click use for "proxy server"
type in your ip adress that shows in LG5tool itll be somthing like "192.168.x.xxx" (the x are numbers that are diffrent for every one for example mine is 192.168.1.101)
click enable for "upnp"
then test your conection

Sign In then unchecked frimware update box and Sign in ;-)
#19
That's smart, giving dodgy programs your security settings and later your PSN username and password so you can still download stuff.
#20
montblanc;8320934
In other words, get over it, install the latest firmware and just rent games if you really want to play as many games as you want at a cheap price without breaking the law.

I was wondering what tie I should wear tomorrow, as you are giving out guidance on how members here should go about their lives, should I go with stripes or something plain?
#21
A cookie for anyone who can recommend the chespest blu ray burner.
#22
Boris the Bold
I was wondering what tie I should wear tomorrow, as you are giving out guidance on how members here should go about their lives, should I go with stripes or something plain?


This one? http://www.zazzle.co.uk/****_tie-151191498475246562 :-D Just joking. People can do whatever they want, I really was just giving my opinion, I suppose it was a rhetorical.. statement. Probably not though

Back on topic, the LG BH10LS30 is meant to be a good drive, £135.99 is the cheapest I could find it at CCL, considering it includes next day delivery. The Pioneer BDR-205 is meant to be even better, it's around £150 but it's 12x rather than 10x and it's meant to be more stable and better burn quality in all those crazy CDFreaks tests.
#23
shabbauk
How much is a decent BD writer?


Got my LG BH08LS20 for £85. Sometimes I do love Ebay. That's about £50 off the cheapest one I could find elsewhere.
#24
I recently purchased a LG BH10LS30 for about £110 when scan had a promotion. Really fast neat looking blu ray writer. Disks have been this price for a while though, sometimes they drop to £11 ish on scan deal of the day.
#25
Boxrick
I recently purchased a LG BH10LS30 for about £110 when scan had a promotion. Really fast neat looking blu ray writer. Disks have been this price for a while though, sometimes they drop to £11 ish on scan deal of the day.


Yeah but Scans postage is £6.99, Plays is £0
#26
you can get theLG one for around £126 from tekheads, free P&P

http://www.tekheads.co.uk/product/LG-10X-BD-R-Blu-Ray-Writer-Black-SATA-Drive-OEM_26303.html
#27
montblanc
That's smart, giving dodgy programs your security settings and later your PSN username and password so you can still download stuff.


Your clearly a bit simple minded, so let me explain - it does not have access to your ID.
If you had read what I posted, you would see it has access to your IP only - you know the same way that HUKD does?
#28
paulbrannan
Your clearly a bit simple minded, so let me explain - it does not have access to your ID.
If you had read what I posted, you would see it has access to your IP only - you know the same way that HUKD does?


Calling someone else simple minded when you cannot distinguish properly between "your" and "you're" is somewhat ironic though, no matter how much your statement is true :thumbsup:
#29
cicobuff
Calling someone else simple minded when you cannot distinguish properly between "your" and "you're" is somewhat ironic though, no matter how much your statement is true :thumbsup:


Yes, because the topic in hand was undoubtedly about possessive pronouns versus contractions.
At least I'll know who to call when I need a Grammar Nazi now. ;-)
#30
thanks guys all very interesting
#31
Voted hot.
#32
paulbrannan
Yes, because the topic in hand was undoubtedly about possessive pronouns versus contractions.
At least I'll know who to call when I need a Grammar Nazi now. ;-)

lol p0wned :lol:
#33
paulbrannan
Yes, because the topic in hand was undoubtedly about possessive pronouns versus contractions.
At least I'll know who to call when I need a Grammar Nazi now. ;-)


But to ridicule a fellow HUKDer on here but not be able to take the rap yourself for the fact your (proper use of possesive pronoun) grammar sucks is somewhat simple minded in itself :whistling:
#34
Changing the DNS to avoid having to update doesn't work, Sony have blocked that method. You can only still buy games or go online by using a program on the PC that needs all your details, which I won't do. I apologise for only giving a cursory look and thinking the method was the one using the PC but I didn't directly insult anybody and still wouldn't trust 'LG5tool.exe' even if it worked, who knows what's inside that tool? I knew I shouldn't have bothered to come back to this thread because someone would be snippy and call me names, and I was correct.

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