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Nvidia Shield K1 £169.99 / £173.48 delivered @ BT Shop

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For those who want a Shield K1 this is not the cheapest it's been but it does appear to be available.
bootle buck Avatar3d, 17h agoFound 3 days, 17 hours ago1 Comment
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Please expire. The tablet was showing as in stock when I posted the deal but is now shown as ordered upon request with no delivery date available.
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Philips Hue White and Color Ambiance Starter Kit UK/EU (E27, B22, GU10) *V3 £124.99 @ BT shop

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This isn't the cheap £60 starter kit, it's the more expensive with 3 colour-changing bulbs. Each bulb costs £45-£50 individually, essentially you get the Hue hub free with the set. Very expensive lig…
bromptonista Avatar4d, 5h agoFound 4 days, 5 hours ago19 Comments
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Had my GU10 set yesterday with new type bridge but was in a white Philips box not the black boxes i've seen? Paperwork says gen 2. Also the GU10 bulbs are narrower than normal gu10 halogen bulbs?
The manufacturer code for the bayonet bulbs suggests these aren't the Richer Colours version.
Can anyone who have received them confirm if they are?
I believe the Richer Colours version have a white casing with gold lettering??

Edited By: TrickyRed on Dec 08, 2016 18:01: Refer to specific product type
Just ordered 3 starter kits they will be delivered Monday according to BT shop. Obviously for anyone that's interested. Not sure why website is saying out of stock.
Who would have thought... lights for a 1 bed flat costing £380. Now all I need is a NEST thermostat and gadget home complete!
This has gone shockingly cold but as I said ~£50 for a light bulb is a big ask. This is too much of a great offer to pass tbh, as if -like me- you want to replace all the bulbs at home it works out at £41.33 per bulb, and probably less as you can sell the extra bridges on eBay for £20-£40 (the bridge new is unsurprisingly £49.99). I bought two GU10s from BT shop and the ES27 from Ocado as for £5 difference couldn't be bothered to wait for them to restock.
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Zyxel PLA5206-GB0201F 1000Mbps Powerline Gigabit Ethernet Kit - £15.43 (Half Price) (£18.41 inc. P&P) - BT Shop

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Unfortunately looks to be out of stock now This Zyxel 1000Mbps Powerline kit appears to be half the price of other retailers at the BT Shop (currently £38.57 from Ebuyer, £29.95 at Tesco). Showing
4me2save Avatar4d, 19h agoFound 4 days, 19 hours ago31 Comments
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anyone got theirs?
Don't cancel it - my account showed that for a while but has been despatched today! If you cancel you will definitely lose out on the deal, if you stick with it you have a chance of it working out.
wdh
Seems like the deal has expired, so I'll mark it as such.

I have now expired the deal as it seems BT have run out of stock.
Seems like the deal has expired, so I'll mark it as such.
I am seeing this in my account?

Discontinued product. Sorry but we are unable to obtain stock of this item. Please cancel and choose an alternative.
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Zyxel PLA5405-GB0201F 1200Mbps, Gigabit Ethernet Powerline KIT- £28.17 @ BT Shop

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Now cheaper at BT... 1200 Mbps Powerline Gigabit Ethernet Adapters Expand and Enhance Your Home Network with Gigabit Powerline The ZyXEL PLA5405 1200 Mbps Powerline Gigabit Ethernet Adapter i…
Sparks11 Avatar5d, 17h agoFound 5 days, 17 hours ago13 Comments
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Anyone had a despatch email yet?
Gone now anyway.
​Funny, it's like to work out your wages as what you earn + what you spend :D !
tleecher06
​i was always wondering how you could get 1200Mbit on 1000Mbit Ethernet ;) ?!

Simple, you can't, the speeds of these plugs is in two directions so you get 600mbps each way = 1200mbps total.
Sorry about the link everyone, was posted from my phone :)
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Acer Predator G3-710 Core i5-6400 8GB 1TB Windows 10 £595.26 @ BTShop

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Gaming PC which includes windows for less than £600? Product Description Acer Predator G3-710_W - Core i5 6400 2.7 GHz - 8 GB - 1 TB Type Personal computer - tower Localisation
joncfc Avatar1w, 15h agoFound 1 week, 15 hours ago6 Comments
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does the cyberpower one have windows installed? if so what processor and gfx card did you pick?
cheers
Even if you don't build yourself I just managed to put together a much better gaming PC from Cyberpower for £30 more (they dont allow you to link).

Building yourself would allow you to build something decent for cheaper than this easily.
Not a good buy. Very weak GPU, no details about the PSU which usually means its the cheapest piece of junk they could find. To turn this into a half decent 1080p gaming pc you at least looking at a new gpu and psu.
Seems like a good price for the predator. This is an extra 100 quid for a refurbished one at Laptops direct. That said it's a poor price for the spec you get. You also have the lottery of buying from BT Shop.
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HP 250 G5 Core i7-6500U 8GB 256GB SSD £468.99 @ BTShop

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Cheaper deal !!!! guess its good for a Core i7 Sure the I5 models and i3 models are cheaper, Can you find a cheaper core i7 model or better? Product DescriptionHP 250 G5 - 15.6" - Core i7 6500U -…
Arjun7 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago19 Comments
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marislaudams
Yes. And i3 as well.
So i7 Hq\Mq\Mx >....... i7 U > i5 U > i3 U > ....... and last - Core m or series Y
i7 U will be +/- same performance as i7 in 2011-2012, but as it has just 2 cores it will be slower with multicore applications (rendering, optimised games, etc).
Avoid as plague was too harsh, but if you seeing cheap i7 and expecting proper i7, you should check is it proper i7 :D
p.s. Best 6th series i7 U gets about 5k passmark, worst 'proper' i7 getting ~8k (best 'proper' - 10.8k). Best i5 U - 4.8k. Best core M (Y series) - 3.5k

that was a good explanation, cheers
Intel Core i5-5200U - Average CPU Mark - 3481

About same performance as i5 in 2009 - 2010, but much better on battery, so you can enjoy working in train, airplane, park, beach, etc :)

Edited By: marislaudams on Dec 02, 2016 18:18
Yeah I thought all virtually all laptops have the 'u' variants in them, Might explain why my HP work laptop with an i5 5200u rather sucks balls in the performance arena


Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 02, 2016 18:07
Yes. And i3 as well.

So i7 Hq\Mq\Mx >....... i7 U > i5 U > i3 U > ....... and last - Core m or series Y

i7 U will be +/- same performance as i7 in 2011-2012, but as it has just 2 cores it will be slower with multicore applications (rendering, optimised games, etc).

Avoid as plague was too harsh, but if you seeing cheap i7 and expecting proper i7, you should check is it proper i7 :D

p.s. Best 6th series i7 U gets about 5k passmark, worst 'proper' i7 getting ~8k (best 'proper' - 10.8k). Best i5 U - 4.8k. Best core M (Y series) - 3.5k
marislaudams
If you see U or Y in cpu's name and you are not buying tablet or ultraportable laptop, then avoid like the plague.
Y - (dual or quad core) Ultra Low Voltage, terrible performance
U - (dual core) Very Low Voltage, low performance
Q - (quad core MQ\HQ) - Low Voltage, good performance
MX - extreme series - Highest Voltage, good performance (not always better than Q series)

Interesting, it seems every single i5 pcworld sells is a U though
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/703_7006_70006_xx_ba00002917-bv00309361-ba00002921-bv00307907-ba00002522-bv00169428/xx_xx_xx_xx_5-6-8-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24-25-26-27-28-29-30-31-criteria.html
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HP 250 G5 Intel Core i7-6500U 8GB 256GB SSD 15.6" Windows 7 Professional 64-bit - £525.26 - BT Shop

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Looks like a good deal for a laptop with 256GB SSD, Full HD(1920x1080) and Core i7 (6th Gen) 6500U. £525.26 from BT Shop, can order now, but there is no confirmed delivery date.
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markfleet
The Windows 10 version is £468.99 ?
But isn't FHD
The Windows 10 version is £468.99 ?
The Windows 10 version is £468.99 ?
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Philips Hue Intelligent Motion Sensor £29.98 and free delivery @ bt

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Free delivery. £5 cheaper than everywhere else I found that stocked it.
yodaddyp Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago7 Comments
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Good price but I've been getting them cheaper via Amazon warehouse with the current 20% off deal.
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accomplish
Looks good. Do they keep lights for whole time it detects people's presence in a room, such as sitting in a living room, or is it based on a timer after PIR detection/activation.

In the hall and in the landing I use LED (bayonet fit) light bulbs which look like normal ones, but include a small PIR in the base. They were £12 each from Tesco. They work very well, switching the light on as someone walks nearby and off again after a minute. Saves nagging the children to turn them off!


Unfortunately it requires you to move...in my situation I have one in my bedroom, I want it to activate as a nightlight if I need to get up in the night and turn off after 2 minutes. However I also use my bedroom during the day to study etc. Currently it can’t turn lights off at night after 2 mins without also affecting it during the day. So when I study the lights turn off after two minutes! If it weren’t winter it probably wouldn’t be as much of an issue but that’s not much use. I have disabled it for now as they are useless to me in their current form (would be good for a landing/hallway though)


​Can you not run it off time rather than light level. Also from reviews looked like can change sensitivity and have different day and night settings.


You can change sensitivity (and it’s VERY good at detecting movement, don’t get me wrong) but that doesn’t help address the issue in question. And yes you can have day and night settings but those settings only affect what it does when it comes on, not when it turns them off. The setting that controls when they turn off after xx minutes is for all windows and you can’t change it granularly. I hope that’s clear but happy to address any other questions. I am in talks with Philips at the moment on twitter (you can go see it) so maybe I am not understanding the set up, but what they have mentioned so far backs up what I’m saying and I haven’t been able to set it how I want
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accomplish
Looks good. Do they keep lights for whole time it detects people's presence in a room, such as sitting in a living room, or is it based on a timer after PIR detection/activation.

In the hall and in the landing I use LED (bayonet fit) light bulbs which look like normal ones, but include a small PIR in the base. They were £12 each from Tesco. They work very well, switching the light on as someone walks nearby and off again after a minute. Saves nagging the children to turn them off!


Unfortunately it requires you to move...in my situation I have one in my bedroom, I want it to activate as a nightlight if I need to get up in the night and turn off after 2 minutes. However I also use my bedroom during the day to study etc. Currently it can’t turn lights off at night after 2 mins without also affecting it during the day. So when I study the lights turn off after two minutes! If it weren’t winter it probably wouldn’t be as much of an issue but that’s not much use. I have disabled it for now as they are useless to me in their current form (would be good for a landing/hallway though)


​Can you not run it off time rather than light level. Also from reviews looked like can change sensitivity and have different day and night settings.
accomplish
Looks good. Do they keep lights for whole time it detects people's presence in a room, such as sitting in a living room, or is it based on a timer after PIR detection/activation.

In the hall and in the landing I use LED (bayonet fit) light bulbs which look like normal ones, but include a small PIR in the base. They were £12 each from Tesco. They work very well, switching the light on as someone walks nearby and off again after a minute. Saves nagging the children to turn them off!


Unfortunately it requires you to move...in my situation I have one in my bedroom, I want it to activate as a nightlight if I need to get up in the night and turn off after 2 minutes. However I also use my bedroom during the day to study etc. Currently it can’t turn lights off at night after 2 mins without also affecting it during the day. So when I study the lights turn off after two minutes! If it weren’t winter it probably wouldn’t be as much of an issue but that’s not much use. I have disabled it for now as they are useless to me in their current form (would be good for a landing/hallway though)
Looks good. Do they keep lights for whole time it detects people's presence in a room, such as sitting in a living room, or is it based on a timer after PIR detection/activation.

In the hall and in the landing I use LED (bayonet fit) light bulbs which look like normal ones, but include a small PIR in the base. They were £12 each from Tesco. They work very well, switching the light on as someone walks nearby and off again after a minute. Saves nagging the children to turn them off!
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Philips Hue White and Color Ambiance Starter Kit UK/EU (E27) *V3 - £129.98 Delivered @ BT Shop

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Product Description Limitless possibilities - Connected to you. Get started with the Philips Hue white and colour ambiance starter kit and experience high quality white and coloured light that offe…
wadz03 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago18 Comments
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ryancor
I have ordered the B22 set. It shows more stock available Monday 16th January!!

Yeah i saw that late last night and have now cancelled, a bit too late for me. I'm going to pick it up from Currys today for £138 as i get 8% off from work
I have ordered the B22 set. It shows more stock available Monday 16th January!!
Here is a link to the bayonet version if anyone is interested http://m.shop.bt.com/products/philips-hue-white-and-color-ambiance-starter-kit-uk--b22---v3-929001257403-CJ0N.html?fb=290&src=3

Pics show white but description states that it's the colour starter kit. Either way I've gambled and ordered them. There is also a £3.50 delivery charge
What a dodgy way to sell stuff, im really after the bayonet set and this is the cheapest ive seen so far but the lack of pics and order details leaves me with little confidence
Ordered on request and no availability date.
Good price but cold because not confident I'd ever get it.
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Philips Hue White Starter Kit UK/EU (E27) *V2 £52.98 Delivered @ BT

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Great deal for anyone looking for a Philips hue starter kit. Please note the following: Colour - white only (ie dont change colour at all) Fitting - Sorry they're not B22 bayonets Ps. Don't
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mluton
I bought this this morning from BT, but showed no stock and no date of despatch so cancelled and ordered from very for £59.
Bargain price.
Thanks for the heads up I've done the same and with 10% new customer code it only cost a couple of quid more. I was expecting the BT ones in December but when I checked the date it said the 16th January I didn't get a email or anything BT have shocking customer service as I'm finding out at the minute trying to sort out my broadband problem.


do you have the very new customer code?
mluton
I bought this this morning from BT, but showed no stock and no date of despatch so cancelled and ordered from very for £59.
Bargain price.
Thanks for the heads up I've done the same and with 10% new customer code it only cost a couple of quid more. I was expecting the BT ones in December but when I checked the date it said the 16th January I didn't get a email or anything BT have shocking customer service as I'm finding out at the minute trying to sort out my broadband problem.
Had ordered but BT saying "expected" delivery 16 jan... so cancelled.
Talked to them about my eyes order that's not going back into stock. Changed to this but said it's back order. 50 on order to fill orders due in mid January. Zzzz their communication has been pretty poor to say the least.
I bought this this morning from BT, but showed no stock and no date of despatch so cancelled and ordered from very for £59.

Bargain price.
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Philips Hue starter kit 49.99 @ BT Shop

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Looking for some HUE and comes up this starter kit.. Good price IMO!.. THX! *Now discontinued* 30-11-2016 @ 10:50 - chaddeh
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Didn't get a mail or call so I just cancelled mine..... gutted I must admit
Have people been phoned or emailed in relation to this?
Cancelled my order.... just wondering how long it takes for a refund
BT_Shop
Hey guys - the EU model should not have been available for sale on our UK site, this was a mistake from our supplier.

The UK model was on sale correctly and at the same price but this offer was posted to that EU model. Anyone who ordered the EU model is being contacted today by CS to confirm you want to swap your order to the UK model and we'll then be getting stock to fulfil in the coming weeks.

We do have stock on QL CHPV Hue White and Color Ambiance Starter Kit ready to ship today for delivery tomorrow.

Thanks
The BT Shop Team


Well I guess that answers that then.... however I rang this morning and the girl in CS had no idea about it. Promised to get back to me asap (I rang bang on 9am) either on the phone or if she couldn't get an outside line (!?!?) by email. Unsurprisingly I am still waiting.
Hey guys - the EU model should not have been available for sale on our UK site, this was a mistake from our supplier.

The UK model was on sale correctly and at the same price but this offer was posted to that EU model. Anyone who ordered the EU model is being contacted today by CS to confirm you want to swap your order to the UK model and we'll then be getting stock to fulfil in the coming weeks.

We do have stock on QL CHPV Hue White and Color Ambiance Starter Kit ready to ship today for delivery tomorrow.

Thanks
The BT Shop Team
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Crucial MX300 1TB 2.5" SSD (M.2 interface) £228.96 delivered from BT Shop

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Seems like a nice price for a 1TB SSD compatible with the M.2 interface (they're always more expensive than SATA drives). Don't forget to check your motherboard's compatible with an M.2 SSD. This may
Genki Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago16 Comments
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is this compatible with the dell e7470
taras
Danjw91
Waiting for the Samsung Evo 850 to come down. Ok prove for this one I guess.
unlikely to ever happen..

Why? It's come down previously in price. Wish I got the refurbished one now for £90 though
Danjw91
Waiting for the Samsung Evo 850 to come down. Ok prove for this one I guess.

unlikely to ever happen..
Turret
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Turret
Anyone know of a cheap mSATA to SATA adapter? Only ones I can find are £65+, at which point I might aswell just buy a new SSD drive.
Lycom one for about £13, try this LINK or this ONE
Meant to say dual mSATA, but these prices arent bad so might just buy two of them instead. Thanks for that!

THISStartech one will do that at less than £40, however there a decent Vantec Dual mSATA I've used before which is only £15-20 but you'll have to get it from eBay or Amazon.com
Uncommon Sense
Turret
Anyone know of a cheap mSATA to SATA adapter? Only ones I can find are £65+, at which point I might aswell just buy a new SSD drive.
Lycom one for about £13, try this LINK or this ONE
Meant to say dual mSATA, but these prices arent bad so might just buy two of them instead. Thanks for that!
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Samsung 960 EVO 250GB M.2 Nvme SSD + delivery £109.15 @ BTShop (+2.2% Quidco)

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Finally some stock of the new 960 Evo! This appears to be the cheapest around at the moment with amazon next at £115.30
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cheers have brought an adaptor so fingers crossed it works !
djmarky_p
do you know if this would work on a 2013 Mac Book Air ?
No, the 2013 MacBook Air uses a propriety connector.
do you know if this would work on a 2013 Mac Book Air ?
neiiilers
Can you use any ssd on any desktop build?

Pretty much. Desktops are very versatile.

Ideally you'd have a motherboard with a native m.2 slot like on an X99 or Skylake/newer platform.

You can also buy a PCIe m.2 adapter and retrofit one into an existing PCIe slot on your motherboard.
Can you use any ssd on any desktop build?
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ordered today thanks
bargainMcHunter
I think they're clearing out stock of these starter kits to make way for a new model. Amazon isn't stocking them, Argos is all out instore/online, BT have reduced. Great deal, but will hold out for the new model. Voted hot.
Sound advice, thank you :)
I think they're clearing out stock of these starter kits to make way for a new model. Amazon isn't stocking them, Argos is all out instore/online, BT have reduced. Great deal, but will hold out for the new model. Voted hot.
I'm not sure there is a "richer colours" GU10 bulb yet. The GU10's are not the same as the e27 bulbs in terms of brightness and colour in my experience.
crumpets
Are these the third gen bulbs (Richer Colours)?
Not sure tbh, from what I understand:
Usually you can see a pic of the box, where there's a clear indication in one of the top corners.
On the bayonet bulbs you can see gold writing.
This one is a bit vague. Might be worth asking them prior to purchase.
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£99.00 - Thrustmaster TMX Force Feedback Wheel - BT Shop

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Equipped with a high-performance force feedback motor offering adjustable intensity and a rotation angle ranging from 270° to 900°, the TMX Force Feedback delivers a realistic and versatile racing exp…
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G29 has better pedals, this has better smoother ffb mechanism on the wheel.
G920 is Logitech wheel...a briefly had one..if this is anything like ps4s t150 which I expect this is..then this should be waybetter
G920 is the Xbox version. For the extra £30 it's probably worth the upgrade
This is for XB1
G29 is for PS4?
Macdory
This or the G29?


​G29
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Crucial 750GB MX300 2.5" 7mm SATA 6Gb/s SSD £119.98 @ BT shop

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Great SSD drive for the price on BT store! Was on amazon for £105 but deal has now expired. Still a great price for an SSD drive though!
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As genmaxiu says, that's a different drive. The MX300 compares favourably to the Samsung 850 Evo - charts + review here: http://www.storagereview.com/crucial_mx300_ssd_review
mikedefieslife
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mikedefieslife
It's not that good a drive for more than light use hence the deals. It was £105 sold by Amazon earlier today. Gone back up to £161, so Tesco is currently the best price. The £38 was just a reseller on Amazon trying to boost their rankings. They didn't seem to have any drives for sale.
​whys it not that good?
It's long write and sustained speeds aren't at the level of some of the better Samsung drives. It's fine, jut not great. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2998497/storage/tlc-nand-ssds-the-crippling-problem-storage-makers-dont-advertise.html

Well, completely misleading article, link refers to the BX200 drive. For sale here is MX300...

Heat added, very good price for this drive.
mikedefieslife
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mikedefieslife
It's not that good a drive for more than light use hence the deals. It was £105 sold by Amazon earlier today. Gone back up to £161, so Tesco is currently the best price. The £38 was just a reseller on Amazon trying to boost their rankings. They didn't seem to have any drives for sale.
​whys it not that good?
It's long write and sustained speeds aren't at the level of some of the better Samsung drives. It's fine, jut not great. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2998497/storage/tlc-nand-ssds-the-crippling-problem-storage-makers-dont-advertise.html
Its still way faster than all hdd's though, that's why I bought 1
unrealeck
mikedefieslife
It's not that good a drive for more than light use hence the deals. It was £105 sold by Amazon earlier today. Gone back up to £161, so Tesco is currently the best price. The £38 was just a reseller on Amazon trying to boost their rankings. They didn't seem to have any drives for sale.
​whys it not that good?

It's long write and sustained speeds aren't at the level of some of the better Samsung drives. It's fine, jut not great.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2998497/storage/tlc-nand-ssds-the-crippling-problem-storage-makers-dont-advertise.html

Edited By: mikedefieslife on Nov 26, 2016 16:52
Funny how the 525GB deal is at 530° and this one currently at -25°. Sure the deal yesterday was better for the 750GB, but the difference in prices between the 750GB here and the 525GB per GB is exactly the same lol. (_;)

Crucial 750GB MX300 £120/750GB =~£0.16 per GB.
Crucial 525GB MX300 £87/525GB =~£0.16 per GB.
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BT Shop - Black Friday deals now live

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BT Products BT 11ac Wi-Fi Home Hotspot Plus 1000 £119.98 In stock Use voucher code 'CF4C45' for £45 off! BT Wi-Fi Home Hotspot Plus 600 Kit £89.98 In stock Use voucher code 'BVFB40…
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Unfortunately not. It used to be £50 for BT customers, now it's £65. I'm kicking myself that I haven't bought it for £50.
that is a long a*** list
yousufdesai
Heat for the effort!:D
Must be worn out click scroll copy and paste
Maxtor 2TB M3 Portable USB3.0 External Hard Drive
£64.98 In stock

Black Friday Deal! Usually £69.99!

A stonking deal BT oO
Is the Home Hub 6 on offer?
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BT Shop - Hisense 55" 4K UHD £498.00

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The Hisense 55" 4K UHD (H55M3300)TV is currently £498 at bt shop, not as good as the amazon deal the other, but the best price for this tv at this moment. Its an 8 bit panel before you ask. Topcash…
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phoebegrace
my dad was going to buy the 58" hisense 3d 4k smart tv for £505 after the code today from ao but i wasn't sure if the make was any good, could anyone advise me what they are like please xx


​V decent, bought one a while ago, would highly recommend, especially considering the money you are paying
Forgot to say topcashback is 4.6% taking around £20 off the price
my dad was going to buy the 58" hisense 3d 4k smart tv for £505 after the code today from ao but i wasn't sure if the make was any good, could anyone advise me what they are like please xx
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Hisense H65M7000 4K UHD TV NOW £1,029.00 @ Crampton and Moore! 9/10 review by AVFORUMS

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Hisense are not to be ignored, this set, currently the top end has had a very good review by AVFORUMS a trusted and respected reviewer. They are pretty thorough. For the price you will not get better
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Got John Lewis to price match Crampton & Moore, then got Richer Sounds to price match John Lewis' price match and they did it. Actually because I am a new customer for them they offered £1020 with next day delivery:

http://i.imgur.com/gz1Px3u.png

TV is awesome, installed it on a moving wall mount.
pacman32
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pacman32
just had this price matched by john lewis @ £1029 with 5 year warranty..........
richer sounds refused to price match (as usual) because it didnt have a 6 year warranty oO
i see many people getting price matches from them but in manchester they just point blank refuse.......and for the sake of a few pounds lose a sale ;)
Hi, did you buy online with JL? They have agreed to price matched Richer Sounds for me but suspect they might say no to this deal as the warranty is only 2 years at Crampton and Moore. Thanks
​No JL price matched the crampon deal no problem.
I don't get all the people talking about richer sounds price match, it's garbage. They wont unless it asks had a 6 year warranty. The problem is that nobody give a 6 year warranty which they know hence richer sounds do not have a price match and are a waste of time.
John Lewis ftw!
Thanks for the info, they price matched Cramptons for me also. Happy days.
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pacman32
anglers1
pacman32
just had this price matched by john lewis @ £1029 with 5 year warranty..........
richer sounds refused to price match (as usual) because it didnt have a 6 year warranty oO
i see many people getting price matches from them but in manchester they just point blank refuse.......and for the sake of a few pounds lose a sale ;)
Hi, did you buy online with JL? They have agreed to price matched Richer Sounds for me but suspect they might say no to this deal as the warranty is only 2 years at Crampton and Moore. Thanks
​No JL price matched the crampon deal no problem.
I don't get all the people talking about richer sounds price match, it's garbage. They wont unless it asks had a 6 year warranty. The problem is that nobody give a 6 year warranty which they know hence richer sounds do not have a price match and are a waste of time.
John Lewis ftw!

Just to let you know they have always price matched/beat TVs with 5 year guarantees., They can't refuse 5 year warranties as that's the highest you get from any retailer apart from them.

I myself got the 50 inch KS7000 from RSounds for £759! Absolute steal as the TV has gone back up to £900-999. :)


​Yes I know that, but they won't match anything else. My JL price was already a price match so the said they can't match a price match which I can understand.
pacman32
anglers1
pacman32
just had this price matched by john lewis @ £1029 with 5 year warranty..........
richer sounds refused to price match (as usual) because it didnt have a 6 year warranty oO
i see many people getting price matches from them but in manchester they just point blank refuse.......and for the sake of a few pounds lose a sale ;)
Hi, did you buy online with JL? They have agreed to price matched Richer Sounds for me but suspect they might say no to this deal as the warranty is only 2 years at Crampton and Moore. Thanks
​No JL price matched the crampon deal no problem.
I don't get all the people talking about richer sounds price match, it's garbage. They wont unless it asks had a 6 year warranty. The problem is that nobody give a 6 year warranty which they know hence richer sounds do not have a price match and are a waste of time.
John Lewis ftw!

Just to let you know they have always price matched/beat TVs with 5 year guarantees., They can't refuse 5 year warranties as that's the highest you get from any retailer apart from them.

I myself got the 50 inch KS7000 from RSounds for £759! Absolute steal as the TV has gone back up to £900-999. :)
Bought one from RicherSounds for £1099.
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Hisense H50M3300 50" Class K3300 Series Ultra HD 4K LED TV £399.00 .00 @ BT.Com

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Argos is doing this for £429. I just saw this on Bt.com for £399 as part of their Black Friday deals.Same price at ebayer .com.
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Similar price in lots of places now
good find op, heat added