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Intel NUC5I3RYK Desktop Computer £70.70 @ PC Development

£70.70 @ PC Development
This new generation Intel NUC packs more features into an even slimmer form factor. Built with a 5th generation Intel® Core™ i3 processor, integrated Intel® HD Graphics 5500, and 8-channel audio, the … Read More
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This new generation Intel NUC packs more features into an even slimmer form factor. Built with a 5th generation Intel® Core™ i3 processor, integrated Intel® HD Graphics 5500, and 8-channel audio, the Intel® NUC gives you the power to create a media center PC. The sleek, small Intel NUC has a line-out/headset jack and USB 3.0 for easy home theater connections and gaming requirements. Or, use it as a home office PC.

Just add RAM and HDD/SSD and your good to go, very good Mini PC for Office, Internet Browsing and media player...
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1 Like #1
Clearly a missprice but you never know.
#2
looks a miss price but I have ordered one. I expect it to be cancelled though.
3 Likes #3
No paypal, nah.
#4
No way we'll get these at this price. Ordered two.
2 Likes #5
dwl99
No way we'll get these at this price. Ordered two.

We probably won't do with people ordering 2 at a time. Smh.
#6
NeoRegia
Just add RAM and HDD/SSD and your good to go.
Don't forget an operating system and a keyboard/mouse. :)
RAM is 1.35V only.
SSD is M.2 only and I think it can be 40, 60 or 80mm, SATA or PCIe 4x.

Edited By: Agharta on Jun 08, 2017 22:42
1 Like #7
Tempting but doubt it'll go through so I'll pass. Good luck to those that decided to give it a try.
#8
Seems unlikely, but gone for one.
#9
Great deal.
#10
70.70 at check out with VAT and delivery.
#11
mrBrian
it says £58.76 now?? has this gone down or is this just me seeing this price?


it's 70.70 with vat and delivery
4 Likes #12
Is this website fooling people with the misprice just to get people to call their 08 customer service number for 7p a minute? Lol
#13
It's coming in at £82.45 how did you get it to £70.70. Before adding to basket it shows £58.76 incl VAT
#14
cmacron
It's coming in at £82.45 how did you get it to £70.70. Before adding to basket it shows £58.76 incl VAT
Change the postage to Mainland UK.
#15
Agharta
cmacron
It's coming in at £82.45 how did you get it to £70.70. Before adding to basket it shows £58.76 incl VAT
Change the postage to Mainland UK.


Still coming at £82.45... Must of been increased
#16
im only seeing it at £82.45 also with changing postage to mainland uk
#17
does the price change as you complete the checkout process?
#18
Agharta
cmacron
It's coming in at £82.45 how did you get it to £70.70. Before adding to basket it shows £58.76 incl VAT
Change the postage to Mainland UK.
Sub Total £58.76
£9.95
Vat £13.74
Total £82.45
1 Like #19
Never heard of this company, only one review on Google and it's 1 star.
#20
seems a bit too good to be true.
#21
It's £244.26 at Scan and Amazon want £243.92. No way this is for real!
#22
GrantG182
Agharta
cmacron
It's coming in at £82.45 how did you get it to £70.70. Before adding to basket it shows £58.76 incl VAT
Change the postage to Mainland UK.
Sub Total £58.76
£9.95
Vat £13.74
Total £82.45
Sub Total £48.97
Postage £9.95
Vat £11.78
Total £70.70
1 Like #23
I say miss price or scam, had it been PayPal payment I'd have done it as claiming would be pretty easy.

Good luck
2 Likes #24
linhang90
Is this website fooling people with the misprice just to get people to call their 08 customer service number for 7p a minute? Lol

7p per minute plus your phone companies access charge ! (ie, 62p per minute from my Vodafone mobile)
10 Likes #25
AVOID, found the Dark rock 3 cpu fan at a crazy price last month and ordered twice but both times they were cancelled by them. Surprisingly then my card was used to make fraud purchases online. Reported them but still they have loads of products at very low prices. I assume its to steal personal info

Edited By: thuvcasio on Jun 08, 2017 23:44:
#26
GrantG182
Agharta
cmacron
It's coming in at £82.45 how did you get it to £70.70. Before adding to basket it shows £58.76 incl VAT
Change the postage to Mainland UK.
Sub Total £58.76
£9.95
Vat £13.74
Total £82.45


i get the same. looks like it's adding the vat to the line and then it's adding vat again on the order.
1 Like #27
thuvcasio
AVOID, found the Dark rock 3 cpu fan at a crazy price last month and ordered twice but both times they were cancelled by them. Surprisingly then my card was used to make fraud purchases online. Reported them but still they have loads of products at very low prices. I assume its to steal personal info
Be careful making acquisitions like that as you may get in legal trouble.
1 Like #28
Agharta
thuvcasio
AVOID, found the Dark rock 3 cpu fan at a crazy price last month and ordered twice but both times they were cancelled by them. Surprisingly then my card was used to make fraud purchases online. Reported them but still they have loads of products at very low prices. I assume its to steal personal info
Be careful making acquisitions like that as you may get in legal trouble.

May, yes, but when was the last time someone was sued for slander from an internet post? I can only recall one tripadvisor precedent.

Teresa May hasn't got her hands on controlling the internet for another few hours..
1 Like #29
CDR
Agharta
thuvcasio
AVOID, found the Dark rock 3 cpu fan at a crazy price last month and ordered twice but both times they were cancelled by them. Surprisingly then my card was used to make fraud purchases online. Reported them but still they have loads of products at very low prices. I assume its to steal personal info
Be careful making acquisitions like that as you may get in legal trouble.
May, yes, but when was the last time someone was sued for slander from an internet post? I can only recall one tripadvisor precedent.
Teresa May hasn't got her hands on controlling the internet for another few hours.
Libel laws have been in affect for a long time but as you say it's unlikely that any legal action will be taken but it happens more frequently than you suggest over Twitter posts for example.
#30
I'd have been on this had I not bought the Asus miniPC recently. Some worrying comments on here though. A quick WhoIS check shows the domain has been registered since 19-Feb-2003. Surely if they've been trading for 14 years they must be fairly legit?
#31
They've been around since 2001 and companycheck/whois all check out OK. I'd probably want to pay on CC though if I wee ordering.
1 Like #32
Order just rejected lol
1 Like #33
Really thanks for the legal advise bud, just warning people as I have been purchasing online for year
s not a single problem ever since I've ordered from them. I am also not liable for any anything due to me contacting them about this issue and them totally ignoring me.

Also the fact that the order was manually declined and returned at 1AM seems to add suspicion for a UK based professional business.

https://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/AIW2E/31146731.jpg

Edited By: thuvcasio on Jun 09, 2017 00:03:
#34
Page not found, looks like they rremoved it.
3 Likes #35
Their website looks like it was knocked up in DreamWeaver in y2k and they charge actual money to speak to their sales dept, like its some privilege. No thanks.

Edited By: idbirch on Jun 09, 2017 00:20: Jun 09, 2017 00:20
2 Likes #36
Agharta
Be careful making acquisitions like that as you may get in legal trouble.

I assume you mean accusations, and no, you wouldn't get in to legal trouble for that statement.
1 Like #37
painstick
I'd have been on this had I not bought the Asus miniPC recently. Some worrying comments on here though. A quick WhoIS check shows the domain has been registered since 19-Feb-2003. Surely if they've been trading for 14 years they must be fairly legit?


The_Hoff
They've been around since 2001 and companycheck/whois all check out OK. I'd probably want to pay on CC though if I wee ordering.


yet not a single review or mention about this site although its been on the web for 14 years with hundreds of products.
2 Likes #38
reston, PR2 2TE
COMPUTER SYSTEMS

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Ooo. That page doesn't look very strong and stable at all.

Edited By: supermann on Jun 09, 2017 00:43

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