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HP Sprocket Photo Printer - White £89.00 with code at BT Shop

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Use code SPR1017 for £10 OFF No inks needed https://m.shop.bt.com/products/hp-sprocket-photo-printer---white-x7n07a-CHVW.html Read More
Use code SPR1017 for £10 OFF No inks needed https://m.shop.bt.com/products/hp-sprocket-photo-printer---white-x7n07a-CHVW.html
masterz123 Avatar14h, 44m agoFound 14 hours, 44 minutes ago6 Comments
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With the HP Sprocket Photo Printer, print photos from your smartphone or tablet as easily as you post them. Make time with friends more memorable with instantly sharable 5 x 7.6 cm (2 x 3-inch) snapshots or stickers of every fun-filled moment
What's in the box

HP Sprocket Photo Printer
Setup card
HP ZINK® Sticky-Backed Photo Paper (10-sheets)
Micro USB cable
Regulatory sheet
Wonder how much the media is...
Link works for me.
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Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch, A9X, Wi-Fi, 32GB, Silver £468.99 delivered (Usually £519) @ BT Shop

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Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch, A9X, Wi-Fi, 32GB, Silver £468.99 delivered @ BT Shop Currys: £519 Argos: £519 John Lewis: £519 Read More
Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch, A9X, Wi-Fi, 32GB, Silver £468.99 delivered @ BT Shop Currys: £519 Argos: £519 John Lewis: £519
itsvimal Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago3 Comments
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Out on Tuesday
Sambat
Prices are dropping, new iPad coming out soon


New iPad already out
Prices are dropping, new iPad coming out soon
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Buffalo LinkStation 420 2TB (2 x 1TB) High Speed NAS Server £139.97 with code @ BT Shop

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Buffalo LinkStation 420 2TB (2 x 1TB) High Speed NAS Server £139.97 with code Use Code: 8TLV20 @ BT Shop High Performance 2-Bay NAS Personal Cloud Storage and Media Server Buffalo's LinkStation… Read More
Buffalo LinkStation 420 2TB (2 x 1TB) High Speed NAS Server £139.97 with code Use Code: 8TLV20 @ BT Shop High Performance 2-Bay NAS Personal Cloud Storage and Media Server Buffalo's LinkStation…
itsvimal Avatar2w, 23h agoFound 2 weeks, 23 hours ago11 Comments
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GwanGy
Altho, if you are non technical it may be beyond your knowledgesphere to install xpeneology. Its not very difficult, and worthwhile .. I'm not sure about accessing it from outside , perhaps others can clue you up on that.
On this deal, 2x1tb does seem a bit limiting and what happens when you want to upgrade disks?
Also this probably sets up the disks as raid1 (mirrored) so only giving you 1tb "safe" storage, jbod or Raid0 would give the full 2tb.


Xpenology sets it up using synology hybrid raid. Add and remove drives as you wish and it will automatically adjust. E.g. 4x1tb will give 3tb storage. Accessing from outside is easy with port forwarding in your router plus you can use all the synology apps
What's the difference between this and 520d do you know ?

Buffalo LS520D0202-EU 2TB (2 x 1TB) LinkStation 520D 2 Bay Desktop NAS https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00YOX2C5U/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_HgSozbZFJGPG5
size may be a factor compared to qnap these have smaller dimensions
Altho, if you are non technical it may be beyond your knowledgesphere to install xpeneology. Its not very difficult, and worthwhile .. I'm not sure about accessing it from outside , perhaps others can clue you up on that.
On this deal, 2x1tb does seem a bit limiting and what happens when you want to upgrade disks?
Also this probably sets up the disks as raid1 (mirrored) so only giving you 1tb "safe" storage, jbod or Raid0 would give the full 2tb.

Edited By: GwanGy on Jun 09, 2017 11:34
barrel24
Siddas
Can I ask a technical question - don't mean to go off topic for the deal. I currently have a WD MyCloud drive connected to my PC. I can access it from a WD player as well as my phone via an app. It is starting to misbehave and I keep getting errors with it. Would this linkstation function in the same way? I am more interested in being able to access it from my phone so I can watch films on the go. Thanks in advance.
Have a look at a hp microserver. Install xpenology and install plex. Fantastic home media setup with phone apps for on the go.
Thanks for taking the time to reply. Will look into it.
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LG 49" 49LH604V Full HD Smart / Wi-Fi LED TV with WebOS £368.97 / 43" version (43LH604V) £314.97 / HP Sprocket Photo Printer £89 @ BT Shop (Using Codes)

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Currently you can get an extra 10% off selected TVs at BT - using code TV100617 If you're not after a 4K model and want decent features, this is pretty good at £368.97 Also the 43" model is on offer Read More
Currently you can get an extra 10% off selected TVs at BT - using code TV100617 If you're not after a 4K model and want decent features, this is pretty good at £368.97 Also the 43" model is on offer
NeoTrix Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago15 Comments
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Plasmachaser
Why is this better than a £200 40 inch standard LED tv?

It's a smart TV so can have apps installed on it etc. My Father in law has this TV. I set it up for him and it had some cool features like being able to screen mirror with your phone. It has a built in web browser. A Netflix app. A Youtube app. + a bunch of others I don't remember. Obviously you could just buy a regular TV and use a streaming stick or android box for the same result.
superfreddy
I would have grabbed this if it had 3D. Shame.

3d on 1080 sets is a bit crap, get the LG 55uh850 from Currys, often £720 or so with a voucher, it's a cracking set for the money (or the 49" is usually£100 or so cheaper)
Plasmachaser
And as i said above, it isn't even 4K? You can get 4k Tv's for £350 nowhttps://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/43uh603v/lg-43uh603v

Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
That doesn't have proper HDR being 8 bit, no Dolby vision, 60hz panel, and more importantly it isn't even a real 4k set being rgbw.

Run!
I would have grabbed this if it had 3D. Shame.
Should do...if you still have the old 5-pin DIN connector you can connect that to the rca connectors on your TV. failing that you can use the VICModulator and buy an rca to ftype adaptor off eBay to connect to this TV.

Having said that, for a more authentic 80s experience, get yourself a Ferguson Colourstar 3657B TV set and have your dad burst into the room at some point while youre using it and have him go go crazy saying you're going to ruin the TV set.
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HyperX Savage Black 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 2800 MHz CL14 £50.23 / £53.72 delivered @ BtShop

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Cheapest Price for memory right now Read More
Cheapest Price for memory right now
Tappers13 Avatar4w, 23h agoFound 4 weeks, 23 hours ago9 Comments
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Still coming up 'Discontinued', for me. Is there some other way to get the deal that I am missing?
If you don't need superfast RAM, then Amazon have a great deal on this 16GB (2x8GB) Crucial DDR4 kit at only £83.99, see the link HERE!

I've used a couple of kits, for lower end builds and they still run at 2666+ if you want to manually OC them, you may need to knock the voltage up from 1.2v to 1.35v.
4GB DIMMs are a waste of good slots, 8GB or go home :D
aaronlovesfood
Danze1984
fishmaster
DDR4 prices are painful
You're not kidding, I paid just less than this for 16 gig a couple of years ago.
When will the prices drop again?
Prices are expected to remain elevated for at least a year, from what I can gather.
Danze1984
fishmaster
DDR4 prices are painful
You're not kidding, I paid just less than this for 16 gig a couple of years ago.


When will the prices drop again?
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Kingston Data Traveler Ultimate GT 2TB USB 3.1 £899.00 / £900.90 delivererd @ BT

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Kingston Data Traveler Ultimate GT 2TB USB 3.1 Mfr#: DTUGT/2TB USB 3.1 - 2TB USB FLASH 5 YEARS WARRANTY (id expect lifetime for the price) These are £1600 on amazon £1000 used on ebay Read More
Kingston Data Traveler Ultimate GT 2TB USB 3.1 Mfr#: DTUGT/2TB USB 3.1 - 2TB USB FLASH 5 YEARS WARRANTY (id expect lifetime for the price) These are £1600 on amazon £1000 used on ebay
liammacca Avatar1m, 13h agoFound 1 month, 13 hours ago17 Comments
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burmingum
Wait 6 to 12 months and this will be less than £50


Or £1500 the way SSD prices are going.
Wait 6 to 12 months and this will be less than £50
AJ92
oO whats the difference to a 4 TB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive?


about £800 and less capacity.
Looks as if it will block USB ports either side of it when plugged in due to size...
liammacca
JimBobJr
cold 99p delivery ;)
hah should be delivered by drone for £899 + delivery


And keep the drone
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Kingston SSDNow 240GB M.2 SATA 6Gbps Single Side £56.12 @ BT Shop

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Kingston SSDNow 240GB M.2 SATA 6Gbps Single Side £55.14 Model: SM2280S3G2/240G 5 years warranty £55.14 + £0.98 postage Read More
Kingston SSDNow 240GB M.2 SATA 6Gbps Single Side £55.14 Model: SM2280S3G2/240G 5 years warranty £55.14 + £0.98 postage
liammacca Avatar1m, 17h agoFound 1 month, 17 hours ago14 Comments
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Same email from by today in triplicate
Thanks very much for your order received on 23/05/2017 . If the goods you ordered were in stock and available, then your order is now being processed.

There's no need to email us to check your order status as you can track its progress through our system by visiting: http://www.shop.bt.com/account/orders

If you need further information about order tracking, or about or any other aspect of dealing with us, please visit our online help section at http://www.shop.bt.com/help


This morning

Thank you for your order placed on 23/05/2017 reference SO05xxxxxx. Unfortunately the product listed below has been discontinued and despite trying hard to obtain it for you from our suppliers we have been unable to do so.

SSDNow 240GB M.2 SATA 6Gbps Single Side

As this was the only item on your order we have cancelled the order and can confirm that payment has has not been taken.

We're really sorry that we are unable to provide you with the products that you wanted on this occasion and apologise for any inconvenience that this may have caused you.
fo_sho_yo
Gkains
fo_sho_yo
You want to watch out with these M.2 SSDs.
Find out if your motherboard has the 2208 size slot. Luckily this is both B and M key by the looks of it so don't have to consider that.
Worth getting a nvme gen 3 4x PCIE if your motherboard supports that because this one is not much improvement on a bog standard SSD.
Actually, that's because it is a bog standard SATA3 SSD!
Bonus is there should be no need to worry about heat though. Size is generally not a problem on desktop mobos if they support M.2 but for laptops both size and heat are a major concern although at least all (most?) M.2 NVMe drives know to throttle if they get too hot.
No they are two different things - one is a PCIE SSD converting to a SATA interface, the other is a SATA SSD using the SATA interface.
The M2 uses a PCIE bus interface be it B or M or hybrid. It's a bit pointless that it is using the SATA bus here - it's converting from its native PCIE bus to SATA.
My point still stands.The M.2 interface exposes all of these:
"Buses exposed through the M.2 connector are PCI Express 3.0, Serial ATA (SATA) 3.0 and USB 3.0, which is backward compatible with USB 2.0."
The whole reason drives like this are cheap is because they are able to use the existing SATA controllers. There is no conversion as such - just routing of the SATA signals to the M.2 connector so as long as an existing SATA SSD design can fit into (for example) 2280 it is an easy thing for a manufacturer to do - of course all the limits of SATA apply in terms of max 550-600MB/s etc. Native NVMe requires different controllers.
Its too slow for a M.2 anyway
Sorry this product is no longer available....:(
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BT Sport Google Cardboard VR glasses for free

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Watch the UEFA Champions League Final in VR. Simply fill out the form below to claim your free Google Cardboard VR glasses! Do it now and you can experience the UEFA Champions League Final between J… Read More
Watch the UEFA Champions League Final in VR. Simply fill out the form below to claim your free Google Cardboard VR glasses! Do it now and you can experience the UEFA Champions League Final between J…
Nighthawk Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago199 Comments
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niget
I rec'd SKU 15 - no idea diff.

Turns out they sent two of them to each of us.

Have no idea why, we only applied for one each, didn't refresh the page or hit submit more than one and we applied separately too.
haven't received mine, no emails or anything since applying. lame
Amusing video in the style of an airplane "important safety announcement" uploaded to the BT Sport YouTube channel earlier today:

How to watch the Champions League final in 360 virtual reality on BT Sport - YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIHtdk9EzZQ
phil001
I'm not a football fan at all, but out of interest just tried to watch a little of this.

The quality just isn't good enough to watch surely? I'm trying on a OnePlus3, it really is quite blurry. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. The cardboard app demos are much more crisp.


I'm not a fan either but had a look there, it's really blurry, I'd struggle to watch it like that. I had more fun having a look at the crowd and cameramen!
I'm not a football fan at all, but out of interest just tried to watch a little of this.

The quality just isn't good enough to watch surely? I'm trying on a OnePlus3, it really is quite blurry. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. The cardboard app demos are much more crisp.
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Maxtor 4TB M3 Portable USB3.0 External Hard Drive £109.99 / £110.97 delivered @ BT

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Summary Product DescriptionMaxtor M3 STSHX-M401TCBM - hard drive - 4 TB - USB 3.0 TypeHard drive - external (portable) Capacity4 TB InterfaceUSB 3.0 Data Transfer Rate5.0 Gbps (USB 3.0) Enclosur… Read More
Summary Product DescriptionMaxtor M3 STSHX-M401TCBM - hard drive - 4 TB - USB 3.0 TypeHard drive - external (portable) Capacity4 TB InterfaceUSB 3.0 Data Transfer Rate5.0 Gbps (USB 3.0) Enclosur…
iliko Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago6 Comments
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Tequila
this is very cold unfortunately.
as amazon are currently selling 4TB Seagate (Samsung drive inside) for £99 and you can get it for £83ish from Very if you have an account with them.
Amazon dropped the price after I posted this one.
this is very cold unfortunately.
as amazon are currently selling 4TB Seagate (Samsung drive inside) for £99 and you can get it for £83ish from Very if you have an account with them.
I bought this with BT on the previous deal, I think slightly cheaper and this guys don't put any protection on it, just the box and a plastic bag. As such, the postman dropped it on the floor when delivering it and it came damaged, I asked for an exchange and the same thing happened again.

First and last time I used BT, quite bad experience. At the end, after over 1 month, I got a refund... leave it!!
Luca7777
Brought this model last month in a 3tb at £60 off eBay by chance. It is reliable but not the fastest transfer rate but it is portable. Personally I wouldn't buy a hard drive under 6-8tb for over 100 pounds that is getting ripped off. I bought a 8tb for £10 more than this one which is only 4tb

Why do not you share those good deals with us then?
Brought this model last month in a 3tb at £60 off eBay by chance. It is reliable but not the fastest transfer rate but it is portable. Personally I wouldn't buy a hard drive under 6-8tb for over 100 pounds that is getting ripped off. I bought a 8tb for £10 more than this one which is only 4tb
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Samsung R3 Speakers - £50 off with voucher - £178.99 at BT Shop

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Both Black and Ivory (white) colours available. Price seems to be at RRP everywhere, £229, but this voucher takes it to £179. I've not used the Samsung range but gets good reviews. Use vouchercode C2… Read More
Both Black and Ivory (white) colours available. Price seems to be at RRP everywhere, £229, but this voucher takes it to £179. I've not used the Samsung range but gets good reviews. Use vouchercode C2…
msbinks Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago12 Comments
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I can never decide what I prefer with this.

Internal AC/DC is cleaner, but external makes it easier to replace when it dies.
After syncing the R3 to my Samsung Multiroom app and despite having all 4 R1 speakers connecting to my Deezer account, I was struggling to get the R3 to stream music from the same account.

After a bit of head scratching and a few expletives, I remembered having a similar issue when I first got my R1s.

You need to go into the Samsung Multiroom app on your phone/tablet and do the following:

1. Click on 'Settings' (gear icon).
2. Scroll down to the 'Device Settings' section.
3. Click on 'Speaker Software Update'.
4. Tap the switch for any speakers that need to be updated.
5. Tap 'Update' at the top of the screen.

All my speakers are now updated to the latest version, which is v3112.5 / 180R
Well, mine have arrived already!

Placed the order @ 12:24 yesterday and they were delivered less than 24 hours later despite opting for free delivery and not next day delivery @ £9.99.

Both mine have the Deezer promo sticker on the outside of the box, but only one had the Deezer code card inside. On closer inspection, the one with the missing card has been resealed. oO.
The only downside I find with the R1s is the fact they've got a trailing PSU (like a laptop power supply) as opposed to a PSU integrated into the speaker itself. The larger speakers like the R5/R6 as well as the R3 (AFAICT) have a C7/Fig8 plug which means a little less clutter.
http://s13.postimg.org/v36kioclz/samsung.jpg

Edited By: Ripperoo on May 15, 2017 18:09: e
I have 4 of the R1s (two of which are in a surround setup) throughout the house, they are fantastic. I posted a deal a while back and picked them up from Curry's.

I've no doubt the R3s are just as user friendly and I expect put out an ever better sound. Voted hot.
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Zoostorm SL8 i75 7.5” Tablet PC – Intel Atom Quad processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB , Windows 10 Home, Office Mobile £35.26 / £38.75 delivered @ BT

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Product overview • Operating System: Windows 10 Home • Processor: Atom • Screen Size: 7.5 in • RAM: 1GB • Capacity: 16GB Box Contains •1 x Tablet •Power Adaptor •USB Cable Read More
Product overview • Operating System: Windows 10 Home • Processor: Atom • Screen Size: 7.5 in • RAM: 1GB • Capacity: 16GB Box Contains •1 x Tablet •Power Adaptor •USB Cable
chrisgti Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago9 Comments
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chrisgti
Just wanted something to play films on for the kids, and I find the cheap android tablets very well slow, this does exactly what it says on the tin.

It says Zoostorm on the tin, was there a storm in your local zoo?

Edited By: dijital on May 08, 2017 17:40
Just wanted something to play films on for the kids, and I find the cheap android tablets very well slow, this does exactly what it says on the tin.
I have one, it's pretty slow but does work - best for single uses like web browsing or playing your tunes...
bobbyarbogast
1GB.


yep 1gb is pretty poor nowadays
Believe me, you will want more RAM and more internal storage if you want to run Windows on a tablet. Speaking from bitter experience...
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2017 Apple iPad Wi-Fi 32GB - Gold £319.99 plus £3.49 delivery at BT Shop - £323.48

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If you don't mind Gold, BT are selling the new ipad for £20 cheaper than most other places, although there is a shipping charge. 2% Quidco for computing sales. Read More
If you don't mind Gold, BT are selling the new ipad for £20 cheaper than most other places, although there is a shipping charge. 2% Quidco for computing sales.
scottishpunter Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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I had to claim on my Apple iPad 3 warranty, Home Ket stopped working about 2 months before end of 3 years, so can be useful. Wouldn't buy again though, it was bundled through a purchase scheme at work.
barkerbarker
Hi scottishpunter. The £40 cover is for items below £500, I believe. My old ipad (in its defender case) died horribly so I was specifically after cheap accidental cover.
Fair enough - did you move from an air to this? How have you found it. The whole thought of it being a step back is putting me off committing.
Hi scottishpunter. The £40 cover is for items below £500, I believe. My old ipad (in its defender case) died horribly so I was specifically after cheap accidental cover.
barkerbarker
Just bought the 128G wi-fi version from John Lewis with the 3-year guarantee and the 3-year accidental cover was £40 extra. The offer of that extra year lasts until May 4th.

So was the £559 + £40 = £599? BT were selling the 12.9 inch Pro 256gb for £699 two weeks ago, with 1 year warranty. As above I would rather get a better product than worry about JL warranty.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/apple-12-9-inch-ipad-pro-wi-fi-256gb-bt-210-cheaper-than-jl-699-bt-shop-2662554
Just bought the 128G wi-fi version from John Lewis with the 3-year guarantee and the 3-year accidental cover was £40 extra. The offer of that extra year lasts until May 4th.
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Galaxy S8 Plus Orchid Grey/Midnight Black £746.47 / £749.96 delivered @ BT store

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*EDIT* BLACK IS ALSO AVAILABLE: https://www.shop.bt.com/products/samsung-galaxy-s8--black-sm-g955fzkabtu-CTLW.html?refs=4294935664 Summary: Product DescriptionSamsung Galaxy S8+ - SM-G955F - or… Read More
*EDIT* BLACK IS ALSO AVAILABLE: https://www.shop.bt.com/products/samsung-galaxy-s8--black-sm-g955fzkabtu-CTLW.html?refs=4294935664 Summary: Product DescriptionSamsung Galaxy S8+ - SM-G955F - or…
wowmayne Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago13 Comments
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jb66
chrisredmayne
Wow is this really worth double what the s7 edge costs ? Has it improved THAT much ?

Please show me where I can get an S7Edge for £323 please


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-s7-edge-30gb-unlimited-texts-mins-three-from-affordablemobiles-co-uk-720-2675182

248 for the phone
jb66
chrisredmayne
Wow is this really worth double what the s7 edge costs ? Has it improved THAT much ?

Please show me where I can get an S7Edge for £323 please


I posted a deal works out at that price when you minus the SIM card data, got voted cold obv
iDealYou
antonywhite37
With phones like the mi5 how they justify these prices is beyond me
Don't forget that Samsung/Apple has to pay logistic, warehousing, import duty & 20% VAT etc.. . Let's not forget the usual costs of running a business (a large chunk of that's marketing, bribing celebs to espouse the company's BS).

We're spoiled by low online prices from China where import & VAT taxes are zero (if you're not caught).


Add 20%for tax and you are still well under half. Don't believe everything apple and Samsung feed you
antonywhite37
With phones like the mi5 how they justify these prices is beyond me
Don't forget that Samsung/Apple has to pay logistic, warehousing, import duty & 20% VAT etc.. . Let's not forget the usual costs of running a business (a large chunk of that's marketing, bribing celebs to espouse the company's BS).

We're spoiled by low online prices from China where import & VAT taxes are zero (if you're not caught).
chrisredmayne
Wow is this really worth double what the s7 edge costs ? Has it improved THAT much ?

Please show me where I can get an S7Edge for £323 please
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BT Whole Home Wifi £199.00 @ BT Shop

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Just been reduced from £299 to £199, fab reviews, perfect for those who struggle for a decent wifi signal throughout the house. Your money back if they don't! Read More
Just been reduced from £299 to £199, fab reviews, perfect for those who struggle for a decent wifi signal throughout the house. Your money back if they don't!
raymondmachugh Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago15 Comments
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Siddy
My HH6 signal is pants, loses connection and doesn't reach length of the house. I've got TP-link power sockets and which has built in wifi and 3 ports which is better than the HH for wifi.
Same for me, gone back to HH5 which seems more reliable. BT engineer told me there were batches of bad ones though.

Edited By: Sambat on Apr 17, 2017 11:16
DJ.Mole
What are these for anyway, mansions?

No, not sure if you live in a recently built house - but the insulation and solid doors in mine prevent a wifi signal in any room other than that where the router is situated. These are essential in recently built houses.
Oh no they didn't, ps Maplins doing them for £199
CatalystOfChaos
Hot deal, but if they just improved signal of home hub that would be better.

They did with the smart hub.
My HH6 signal is pants, loses connection and doesn't reach length of the house. I've got TP-link power sockets and which has built in wifi and 3 ports which is better than the HH for wifi.
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20% off Philips Hue lighting starter kits at BT Shop (code HUEEASTER17) - £122.77

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I know BT have been doing some 20% off promotions on Hue Lighting recently but the codes have been a bit hit and miss, but this one seems to be working fine at the moment. Not sure if it includes ind… Read More
I know BT have been doing some 20% off promotions on Hue Lighting recently but the codes have been a bit hit and miss, but this one seems to be working fine at the moment. Not sure if it includes ind…
ddub Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago5 Comments
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paule23
sbellseb
Needs to be 50% off before it even gets slightly attractive.
I think you are missing the point of Hotukdeals. It's not whether a product is good value per se, but it is cheaper than you can find elsewhere.
I cannot find Hue products cheaper that this at the moment, so this deal is HOT. THanks op.
I disagree. Looking at the scores on the doors it's colder than an Eskimos nose!!
It's only cold because it's already been posted.
paule23
sbellseb
Needs to be 50% off before it even gets slightly attractive.
I think you are missing the point of Hotukdeals. It's not whether a product is good value per se, but it is cheaper than you can find elsewhere.
I cannot find Hue products cheaper that this at the moment, so this deal is HOT. THanks op.

I disagree. Looking at the scores on the doors it's colder than an Eskimos nose!!


Edited By: sbellseb on Apr 17, 2017 15:40
sbellseb
Needs to be 50% off before it even gets slightly attractive.

I think you are missing the point of Hotukdeals. It's not whether a product is good value per se, but it is cheaper than you can find elsewhere.

I cannot find Hue products cheaper that this at the moment, so this deal is HOT. THanks op.
code also works on the £59.99 Starter pack brings it down to 51.99 inc delivery
Needs to be 50% off before it even gets slightly attractive.
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EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW GAMING ACX 3.0 8192MB GDDR5X £489.99 @ BT Shop

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Always liked FTW gpus, this one just dropped below £500 and EVGA is pretty reliable so figured someone would probaly like one. Read More
Always liked FTW gpus, this one just dropped below £500 and EVGA is pretty reliable so figured someone would probaly like one.
ethan9young Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago13 Comments
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BigP50000
this brand had to re-release this model due to overheating issues...if you buy this then claim the thermal pads free from evga and diy
im not sure if its ftw or sc version
All cards available in stores are updated with new pads and bios ages ago pal.


no actually they re releasded a new ICX version where you have to send back your old overheating card and pay more extra then they send you a new model back..."pal"


ICX cooling and sending the card is completely different thing. You messed two separate things together. As I said all the cards in the shops are already updated with new pads and bios.
On the top of that you can get a refreshed model with new ICX cooling called FTW2 ICX.
d3k
BigP50000
this brand had to re-release this model due to overheating issues...if you buy this then claim the thermal pads free from evga and diy
im not sure if its ftw or sc version
All cards available in stores are updated with new pads and bios ages ago pal.


no actually they re releasded a new ICX version where you have to send back your old overheating card and pay more extra then they send you a new model back..."pal"
BigP50000
this brand had to re-release this model due to overheating issues...if you buy this then claim the thermal pads free from evga and diy

im not sure if its ftw or sc version


All cards available in stores are updated with new pads and bios ages ago pal.
BigP50000
this brand had to re-release this model due to overheating issues...if you buy this then claim the thermal pads free from evga and diy
im not sure if its ftw or sc version

I thought the ACX 3.0 was the revised design? Not 100% sure on that though
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Danze1984
I noticed this yesterday on PC Partpicker. Had been weighing up whether to upgrade to a 1600X system, and price wise it came out as the same price as this. Seems a no brainer to stick with a 4790K and pair it with a 1080 at this price.


Should have gone with the 1600x and a 1070.


Doubt there's much of a difference between the 1600x and the 4790k when it comes to gaming. Plus you'd have to buy a new motherboard and ddr4 ram so its really not worth it for little to no benefit. Getting the 1080 is definitely the better option.

Edited By: Zain4454 on Apr 15, 2017 18:39: a
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BT Home SmartPhone S II - £23.48 Delivered @ BT Shop

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Brand new Home Smartphone from BT - Now with Google Play! BT has a new home smartphone that blocks nuisance calls, as well as the ability to surf the web, check emails, update Facebook, and downloa… Read More
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Coming up as discontinued on BT site.
You must be new, that offer is 7 weeks old, which is a lifetime on HUKD.
As the saying goes, "You snooze, you lose"
Coming up as discontinued on BT site.
ok - its totally unuseable: cannot use it for calls or anything!....
ok - it is slow as hell and seems to get stuck alot....
received mine.... thanks op....
it's not super quick.... but serve my needs....
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Apple 12.9-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi 256GB BT - £210 cheaper than JL - £699.00 @ BT Shop

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Ok, this is likely to cold due to the cost for an ipad, but it is the large screen pro with 256gb of memory. Same model being sold at John Lewis for £909 and refurbised by Apple at £679. Please vo… Read More
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118luke
OrribleHarry
118luke
OrribleHarry
Themadcow
Reasonable price for a poor man's Surface.
Agreed I can't see the point of these they are just a larger iPad they cannot be used for proper work.
Surely thats a contradiction in logic??
Bigger screen = more viewing space = Better for working on
Faster processor = More apps can run = Better for working on
Cannot for the life in me work out why you say this wouldn't be able to do "proper work"
Well, I mean proper work such as AutoCAD, Photoshop, PLC Programming, firmware flashing, diagnostics.
You know "proper work"
iPads are toys not suitable for more than leisure work.
I cant see Allen Bradley/Siemens/Omron/Schneider/Mitsubishi/GE releasing tools on one of these to do PLC programming or firmware flashing, then again - would you really be wanting to use an iPad to do those sort of tasks?
Maybe using Structured Text / Instruction List it would be fine, not sure about ladder, FBD or SFC
But... these are very niche applications that 99.9% of people wont be using.
iPads can be used for photoshopping rather well, and can carry out some diagnostic work that doesnt involve RS232/RS485 (actually - with some clever trickery you might be able to with a Bluetooth/Wifi-RS232 converter)
For 99% of work these are just fine. For the other 1%, use a laptop.

It is good for a lot of people but definitely not for 99% of actual work.
AKNews
Good deal, paid £720 for 128gb when they came up.
Could be a sign of a new version coming soon...

That wasn't a bad deal either.

Iirc, I paid £799 for the 128gb iPad Pro last year in JL. At least I was able to get a three year warranty with it, so it wasn't all bad.
OrribleHarry
118luke
OrribleHarry
Themadcow
Reasonable price for a poor man's Surface.
Agreed I can't see the point of these they are just a larger iPad they cannot be used for proper work.
Surely thats a contradiction in logic??
Bigger screen = more viewing space = Better for working on
Faster processor = More apps can run = Better for working on
Cannot for the life in me work out why you say this wouldn't be able to do "proper work"
Well, I mean proper work such as AutoCAD, Photoshop, PLC Programming, firmware flashing, diagnostics.
You know "proper work"
iPads are toys not suitable for more than leisure work.

I cant see Allen Bradley/Siemens/Omron/Schneider/Mitsubishi/GE releasing tools on one of these to do PLC programming or firmware flashing, then again - would you really be wanting to use an iPad to do those sort of tasks?
Maybe using Structured Text / Instruction List it would be fine, not sure about ladder, FBD or SFC
But... these are very niche applications that 99.9% of people wont be using.

iPads can be used for photoshopping rather well, and can carry out some diagnostic work that doesnt involve RS232/RS485 (actually - with some clever trickery you might be able to with a Bluetooth/Wifi-RS232 converter)

For 99% of work these are just fine. For the other 1%, use a laptop.
OrribleHarry
Themadcow
Reasonable price for a poor man's Surface.
Agreed I can't see the point of these they are just a larger iPad they cannot be used for proper work.

I don't quite agree because it all depends on how you're working or trying to work.

While it's true that you generally can't work with these by themselves in the same manner as you could with a traditional laptop, apps are maturing and have matured to the extent that if you change how you're trying to work or your perceptions/expectations, you can be very productive with an iPad or Android tablet.

Personally, I prefer traditional laptop-style machines because I prefer a laptop keyboard and traditional applications but I'm seeing more and more clients giving their users the choice of tablets over laptops with the increased use (or expected use) of cloud services.

If you're on a long train/plane journey or continually on the go and you don't have an ultralight laptop with excellent battery life, you'll probably have to limit the amount of work you do until you can plug it into an outlet whereas with a tablet, you're more likely to have better battery life at the same or even lower price point. Plus, if you need to use a portable charger to recharge the device, there are many more affordable, practical and lighter options available for tablets due to their lower power requirements. Portable chargers for laptops can be expensive and heavy.


OrribleHarry
118luke
Surely thats a contradiction in logic??
Bigger screen = more viewing space = Better for working on
Faster processor = More apps can run = Better for working on
Cannot for the life in me work out why you say this wouldn't be able to do "proper work"
Well, I mean proper work such as AutoCAD, Photoshop, PLC Programming, firmware flashing, diagnostics.
You know "proper work"
iPads are toys not suitable for more than leisure work.

How many people actually need to do those things on the go? The use case is small relative to the vast numbers of people that do other "proper work", you know, like marketing, sales, customer service, technical support, business strategy, project management, event planning, medicine, law, research, just to name a few.

A couple years ago, I was told about an architectural firm that had distributed iPads to their team and simply use their server infrastructure, both on premises and in the cloud to handle most of the intensive backend processes.

It's not always about the tool; sometimes, it's about the process and the vision to embrace new ways of doing things.



Edited By: TechBB on Apr 12, 2017 20:43
slannmage
Got my 128gb 12.9 3G one for £35 a month, nothing upfront lol... they were meant to send me and iPad Air 2, but instead I got this and mentioned nothing... RESULT!

That's legally theft and you have just told everyone on here?
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BT Whole Home Wi-Fi - £199.99 @ BT Shop

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Get Wi-Fi in every room or your money back! Superfast, super-reliable Wi-Fi for every room. Whole Home Wi-Fi is a set of three discs that put what matters most at your fingertips. It talks to all you… Read More
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I've used these with great success https://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-LINK-TL-WA801ND-Wireless-Access-Point/dp/B004UBU8IE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1493154897&sr=8-2&keywords=tplink+access+point
bare in mind it will be a seperate SSID though.
neilc
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neilc
Mine are going back too. Unfortunately whole house doesn't mean whole house - in our case it misses the 25 metre extension altogether.
Not sure if there is a better system available or whether there are installers out there who can recommend something. Wiring is tricky as it would probably have to run outside.
Thanks
Thanks for the advice - what do I need to put at the end of the etherent cable to enable wifi in that area please
You need to run an Ethernet cable to the point in question. The only reliable way really. Going externally is often the best route too.

quick question i have a ethernet cable from the router into a cupboard that i had a bufflo media player that i never used. if i can connect this to it, it would extend the internet. seems interesting could do with two of them
I've used these with great success https://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-LINK-TL-WA801ND-Wireless-Access-Point/dp/B004UBU8IE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1493154897&sr=8-2&keywords=tplink+access+point
bare in mind it will be a seperate SSID though.



neilc
Meluk9
neilc
Mine are going back too. Unfortunately whole house doesn't mean whole house - in our case it misses the 25 metre extension altogether.
Not sure if there is a better system available or whether there are installers out there who can recommend something. Wiring is tricky as it would probably have to run outside.
Thanks
Thanks for the advice - what do I need to put at the end of the etherent cable to enable wifi in that area please
You need to run an Ethernet cable to the point in question. The only reliable way really. Going externally is often the best route too.
Meluk9
neilc
Mine are going back too. Unfortunately whole house doesn't mean whole house - in our case it misses the 25 metre extension altogether.
Not sure if there is a better system available or whether there are installers out there who can recommend something. Wiring is tricky as it would probably have to run outside.
Thanks

Thanks for the advice - what do I need to put at the end of the etherent cable to enable wifi in that area please
You need to run an Ethernet cable to the point in question. The only reliable way really. Going externally is often the best route too.
neilc
Mine are going back too. Unfortunately whole house doesn't mean whole house - in our case it misses the 25 metre extension altogether.

Not sure if there is a better system available or whether there are installers out there who can recommend something. Wiring is tricky as it would probably have to run outside.

Thanks


You need to run an Ethernet cable to the point in question. The only reliable way really. Going externally is often the best route too.
ive just arranged to be sent back, had a problem if i went out the hosue and came back in it wouldnt connect to my phone, it started off really well. Im back to the bt hub and two bt powerline wifi extenders. I might see if i can buy two more of those and set them up in other rooms as they seem to be stable.
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Don't care what you say, BT Shop, it's not working for me! I get the message:Sorry, this coupon code can’t be used on this order. Please check the terms and conditions to ensure your order qualifies, if your order does qualify it may be that the maximum number of redemptions have already been reached. Please note some coupons are customer specific and can only be used by the person they were issued to. I want to order about 300 quids worth of lights and would love 20% off. If there is a number I can ring to sort this out, I would gladly.
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Yeah I expired it on app but the. Upton disappear after I clicked but seems like a glitch? As it's still showing as live..apologies
Looks like it's now expired
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Hi - has this now expired BT Shop? I tried with this voucher and one emailed to me on Monday - expired the next day!

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Hi - has this now expired BT Shop? I tried with this voucher and one emailed to me on Monday - expired the next day!