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Sony PlayStation 4 Slim 500GB Glacier White Console at Shopto for £249.85

£249.85 @ ShopTo
Cheapest I seen so far. RRP is £259.99 This glacier white looks so much better than the standard black variant! Read More
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Cheapest I seen so far. RRP is £259.99

This glacier white looks so much better than the standard black variant!
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#1
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Looks beautiful!
#2
great
[HUKD Deal Editor] 5 Likes #3
It does look nice white on the slim.

But you'd have to be off your nut to pay £250 for a solus PlayStation 4 based on its colour.

I don't vote cold, and I wouldn't in this case. It's £10 cheaper than the current RRP. But for me, it's a no.
banned#4
That's a reverse-Oreo!
#5
BuzzDuraband
It does look nice white on the slim.
But you'd have to be off your nut to pay £250 for a solus PlayStation 4 based on its colour.
I don't vote cold, and I wouldn't in this case. It's £10 cheaper than the current RRP. But for me, it's a no.

For me I don't mind paying £250. I can sell my old Glacier White C Chassis for about £150 maybe more with games like GTA V, Battlefield 1, COD etc that I don't play.

Hopefully there will be some bundle deals from other retailers which may include a game or two.
2 Likes #6
Spasho
That's a reverse-Oreo!

I like it!
Something different :)
#7
I'd like to get a ps4 just to play gran turismo, i have played all of them over the years. Im really hoping that gran turismo sport comes out this year as its the only game im interested in.
#8
You can get the 1TB Final Fantasy XV model for £30 more at Game. The game can easily be sold for £30 to account for the price difference.
1 Like #9
100Cookies
I'd like to get a ps4 just to play gran turismo, i have played all of them over the years. Im really hoping that gran turismo sport comes out this year as its the only game im interested in.

You should be more excited for project cars 2 :p. I have played all the GT games but none really are as good as the first and second ones.
#10
Fo3
You can get the 1TB Final Fantasy XV model for £30 more at Game. The game can easily be sold for £30 to account for the price difference.
more like £80 to £100
2 Likes #11
this is way too expensive for a colour change
[HUKD Deal Editor]#12
callofdute1
Fo3
You can get the 1TB Final Fantasy XV model for £30 more at Game. The game can easily be sold for £30 to account for the price difference.
more like £80 to £100


http://www.game.co.uk/en/limited-edition-final-fantasy-xv-1tb-playstation-4-slim-console-only-at-game-1327982
#13
BuzzDuraband
callofdute1
Fo3
You can get the 1TB Final Fantasy XV model for £30 more at Game. The game can easily be sold for £30 to account for the price difference.
more like £80 to £100
http://www.game.co.uk/en/limited-edition-final-fantasy-xv-1tb-playstation-4-slim-console-only-at-game-1327982

Looks UGLY!


Edited By: imagineS on Jan 11, 2017 22:29: UGLY
[HUKD Deal Editor]#14
imagineS
BuzzDuraband
callofdute1
Fo3
You can get the 1TB Final Fantasy XV model for £30 more at Game. The game can easily be sold for £30 to account for the price difference.
more like £80 to £100
http://www.game.co.uk/en/limited-edition-final-fantasy-xv-1tb-playstation-4-slim-console-only-at-game-1327982
Looks ULGY!

Totally agree.
#15
That's got to be one of the worst looking limited edition ps4's Sony have ever produced! I think you were being kind calling it ugly!!
#16
Just as ice cold as the stupid name of the colour.
banned#17
imagineS
Spasho
That's a reverse-Oreo!
I like it!
Something different :)
It strangely looks edible too.
#18
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.
1 Like #19
Spasho
imagineS
Spasho
That's a reverse-Oreo!
I like it!
Something different :)
It strangely looks edible too.

Ice cream sandwich lol
1 Like #20
Username57
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.

Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
1 Like #21
imagineS
Username57
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol

At least the competitor gives you more storage via any USB 3.0 external HDD which are available in greater capacities :p
#22
I wish they would colour code the trackpad the same as the rest of the buttons, sticks. Dark grey would look really nice.
#23
powerbrick
imagineS
Username57
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
At least the competitor gives you more storage via any USB 3.0 external HDD which are available in greater capacities :p

At least if the internal hard drive on the PS4 messes up, it can be replaced. If on the competitor system, good luck > console has to go back for repair. Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
1 Like #24
What's the fascination with these slim versions of the PlayStation ? I can't say I've ever met anyone who has gone without buying a console due to the fact it won't fit inside their house.
#25
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
Username57
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
At least the competitor gives you more storage via any USB 3.0 external HDD which are available in greater capacities :p
At least if the internal hard drive on the PS4 messes up, it can be replaced. If on the competitor system, good luck > console has to go back for repair. Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.

So you wouldn't send your PS4 back if the HDD fails, how odd, you would rather spend money and fix yourself.

Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.

Is that not true of anything? Please link me with the obvious stats you have of console HDD failures.
#26
powerbrick
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
Username57
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
At least the competitor gives you more storage via any USB 3.0 external HDD which are available in greater capacities :p
At least if the internal hard drive on the PS4 messes up, it can be replaced. If on the competitor system, good luck > console has to go back for repair. Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
So you wouldn't send your PS4 back if the HDD fails, how odd, you would rather spend money and fix yourself.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
Is that not true of anything? Please link me with the obvious stats you have of console HDD failures.

I mean when it's out of warranty. With PS4 simple replace hard drive. With Xbox you have to break open into the Xbox and the formatting of the internal hard drive is not simple a simple process.

Mechanical parts such as hard drive or optical drive have a higher failure rate than CPU, RAM, the board etc (not unless you get lightning strike or some electric problem in your house). It's common sense, imagine if one console had an internal hard drive and the other had a internal SD card type storage. Hard drive is more likely to fail. Look at retro game consoles from the 80/90's with cartridge system, majority you see advertised work. Now you tell me if the Xbox One/S will last that long into the future (when this console becomes retro age).
#27
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
Username57
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
At least the competitor gives you more storage via any USB 3.0 external HDD which are available in greater capacities :p
At least if the internal hard drive on the PS4 messes up, it can be replaced. If on the competitor system, good luck > console has to go back for repair. Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
So you wouldn't send your PS4 back if the HDD fails, how odd, you would rather spend money and fix yourself.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
Is that not true of anything? Please link me with the obvious stats you have of console HDD failures.
I mean when it's out of warranty. With PS4 simple replace hard drive. With Xbox you have to break open into the Xbox and the formatting of the internal hard drive is not simple a simple process.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive or optical drive have a higher failure rate than CPU, RAM, the board etc (not unless you get lightning strike or some electric problem in your house). It's common sense, imagine if one console had an internal hard drive and the other had a internal SD card type storage. Hard drive is more likely to fail. Look at retro game consoles from the 80/90's with cartridge system, majority you see advertised work. Now you tell me if the Xbox One/S will last that long into the future (when this console becomes retro age).

You don't know it won't, just making a lot of baseless assumptions. Do HDD's have such a high failure rate, golly gosh they've kept that quiet.

Awfully defensive aren't we when I dared to say that the One has the ability have more storage space, easier too, just plug in a USB cable from an external drive oO, no messing with screws. AND you get to keep you original stoarge too, bonus :P
#28
powerbrick
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
Username57
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
At least the competitor gives you more storage via any USB 3.0 external HDD which are available in greater capacities :p
At least if the internal hard drive on the PS4 messes up, it can be replaced. If on the competitor system, good luck > console has to go back for repair. Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
So you wouldn't send your PS4 back if the HDD fails, how odd, you would rather spend money and fix yourself.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
Is that not true of anything? Please link me with the obvious stats you have of console HDD failures.
I mean when it's out of warranty. With PS4 simple replace hard drive. With Xbox you have to break open into the Xbox and the formatting of the internal hard drive is not simple a simple process.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive or optical drive have a higher failure rate than CPU, RAM, the board etc (not unless you get lightning strike or some electric problem in your house). It's common sense, imagine if one console had an internal hard drive and the other had a internal SD card type storage. Hard drive is more likely to fail. Look at retro game consoles from the 80/90's with cartridge system, majority you see advertised work. Now you tell me if the Xbox One/S will last that long into the future (when this console becomes retro age).
You don't know it won't, just making a lot of baseless assumptions. Do HDD's have such a high failure rate, golly gosh they've kept that quiet.
Awfully defensive aren't we when I dared to say that the One has the ability have more storage space, easier too, just plug in a USB cable from an external drive oO, no messing with screws. AND you get to keep you original stoarge too, bonus :P

Your IQ level must be on the same level as a peanut. If you think hard drives won't fail or don't have a higher chance of failing over RAM, CPU, GPU (must be the xbot troll). There's been cases on Reddit and other game forums certain people had problem where the hard drive was faulty even under warranty whether the console is one week old or 6 months old etc. Some outside of warranty.

I'm pointing out even if the Xbox has the ability to plug in a USB cable from external hard drive rather than having wire/s or hard drive/s sticking it out. It looks much neater where the internal hard drive on the PS4 can be upgraded without voiding warranty. Simple process and Sony provides the guide officially. Even if the console is out of warranty in the future (faulty hard drive) it's much easier to replace internal hard drive. No need to faff around with third party software tools, linux etc lol
#29
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
Username57
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
At least the competitor gives you more storage via any USB 3.0 external HDD which are available in greater capacities :p
At least if the internal hard drive on the PS4 messes up, it can be replaced. If on the competitor system, good luck > console has to go back for repair. Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
So you wouldn't send your PS4 back if the HDD fails, how odd, you would rather spend money and fix yourself.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
Is that not true of anything? Please link me with the obvious stats you have of console HDD failures.
I mean when it's out of warranty. With PS4 simple replace hard drive. With Xbox you have to break open into the Xbox and the formatting of the internal hard drive is not simple a simple process.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive or optical drive have a higher failure rate than CPU, RAM, the board etc (not unless you get lightning strike or some electric problem in your house). It's common sense, imagine if one console had an internal hard drive and the other had a internal SD card type storage. Hard drive is more likely to fail. Look at retro game consoles from the 80/90's with cartridge system, majority you see advertised work. Now you tell me if the Xbox One/S will last that long into the future (when this console becomes retro age).
You don't know it won't, just making a lot of baseless assumptions. Do HDD's have such a high failure rate, golly gosh they've kept that quiet.
Awfully defensive aren't we when I dared to say that the One has the ability have more storage space, easier too, just plug in a USB cable from an external drive oO, no messing with screws. AND you get to keep you original stoarge too, bonus :P
Your IQ level must be on the same level as a peanut. If you think hard drives won't fail or don't have a higher chance of failing over RAM, CPU, GPU (must be the xbot troll). There's been cases on Reddit and other game forums certain people had problem where the hard drive was faulty even under warranty whether the console is one week old or 6 months old etc. Some outside of warranty.
I'm pointing out even if the Xbox has the ability to plug in a USB cable from external hard drive rather than having wire/s or hard drive/s sticking it out. It looks much neater where the internal hard drive on the PS4 can be upgraded without voiding warranty. Simple process and Sony provides the guide officially. Even if the console is out of warranty in the future (faulty hard drive) it's much easier to replace internal hard drive. No need to faff around with third party software tools, linux etc lol

Troll you say.....yet you started it all off for no apparent reason :p

Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol

Xbot, how old are you, name calling really?

There's been cases on Reddit and other game forums certain people had problem where the hard drive was faulty even under warranty whether the console is one week old or 6 months old etc. Some outside of warranty.

Must be true then.

Dont forget to stock up on these.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seagate-firecuda-2-tb-2-5-inch-internal-sshd-hard-drive-for-pc-ps4-101-22-amazon-2566320

I heard somwhere the are likely to fail so might as well have a few spare.

Think I'll leave you to you own insecurities now sweetie, you seem to be getting a tad upset.
#30
powerbrick
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
powerbrick
imagineS
Username57
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
At least the competitor gives you more storage via any USB 3.0 external HDD which are available in greater capacities :p
At least if the internal hard drive on the PS4 messes up, it can be replaced. If on the competitor system, good luck > console has to go back for repair. Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
So you wouldn't send your PS4 back if the HDD fails, how odd, you would rather spend money and fix yourself.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
Is that not true of anything? Please link me with the obvious stats you have of console HDD failures.
I mean when it's out of warranty. With PS4 simple replace hard drive. With Xbox you have to break open into the Xbox and the formatting of the internal hard drive is not simple a simple process.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive or optical drive have a higher failure rate than CPU, RAM, the board etc (not unless you get lightning strike or some electric problem in your house). It's common sense, imagine if one console had an internal hard drive and the other had a internal SD card type storage. Hard drive is more likely to fail. Look at retro game consoles from the 80/90's with cartridge system, majority you see advertised work. Now you tell me if the Xbox One/S will last that long into the future (when this console becomes retro age).
You don't know it won't, just making a lot of baseless assumptions. Do HDD's have such a high failure rate, golly gosh they've kept that quiet.
Awfully defensive aren't we when I dared to say that the One has the ability have more storage space, easier too, just plug in a USB cable from an external drive oO, no messing with screws. AND you get to keep you original stoarge too, bonus :P
Your IQ level must be on the same level as a peanut. If you think hard drives won't fail or don't have a higher chance of failing over RAM, CPU, GPU (must be the xbot troll). There's been cases on Reddit and other game forums certain people had problem where the hard drive was faulty even under warranty whether the console is one week old or 6 months old etc. Some outside of warranty.
I'm pointing out even if the Xbox has the ability to plug in a USB cable from external hard drive rather than having wire/s or hard drive/s sticking it out. It looks much neater where the internal hard drive on the PS4 can be upgraded without voiding warranty. Simple process and Sony provides the guide officially. Even if the console is out of warranty in the future (faulty hard drive) it's much easier to replace internal hard drive. No need to faff around with third party software tools, linux etc lol
Troll you say.....yet you started it all off for no apparent reason :p
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
Xbot, how old are you, name calling really?
There's been cases on Reddit and other game forums certain people had problem where the hard drive was faulty even under warranty whether the console is one week old or 6 months old etc. Some outside of warranty.
Must be true then.
Dont forget to stock up on these. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seagate-firecuda-2-tb-2-5-inch-internal-sshd-hard-drive-for-pc-ps4-101-22-amazon-2566320
I heard somwhere the are likely to fail so might as well have a few spare.
Think I'll leave you to you own insecurities now sweetie, you seem to be getting a tad upset.

I'm done talking to an XBOT. Go into the corner and cry. Scalebound has been cancelled. LOL
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Username57
Seriously, you would be making one of the biggest mistakes of your life buying a 500GB model for £250, even if its a limited edition design. Makes no difference.
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
At least the competitor gives you more storage via any USB 3.0 external HDD which are available in greater capacities :p
At least if the internal hard drive on the PS4 messes up, it can be replaced. If on the competitor system, good luck > console has to go back for repair. Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
So you wouldn't send your PS4 back if the HDD fails, how odd, you would rather spend money and fix yourself.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive especially has a higher failure rate as they can fail at any time.
Is that not true of anything? Please link me with the obvious stats you have of console HDD failures.
I mean when it's out of warranty. With PS4 simple replace hard drive. With Xbox you have to break open into the Xbox and the formatting of the internal hard drive is not simple a simple process.
Mechanical parts such as hard drive or optical drive have a higher failure rate than CPU, RAM, the board etc (not unless you get lightning strike or some electric problem in your house). It's common sense, imagine if one console had an internal hard drive and the other had a internal SD card type storage. Hard drive is more likely to fail. Look at retro game consoles from the 80/90's with cartridge system, majority you see advertised work. Now you tell me if the Xbox One/S will last that long into the future (when this console becomes retro age).
You don't know it won't, just making a lot of baseless assumptions. Do HDD's have such a high failure rate, golly gosh they've kept that quiet.
Awfully defensive aren't we when I dared to say that the One has the ability have more storage space, easier too, just plug in a USB cable from an external drive oO, no messing with screws. AND you get to keep you original stoarge too, bonus :P
Your IQ level must be on the same level as a peanut. If you think hard drives won't fail or don't have a higher chance of failing over RAM, CPU, GPU (must be the xbot troll). There's been cases on Reddit and other game forums certain people had problem where the hard drive was faulty even under warranty whether the console is one week old or 6 months old etc. Some outside of warranty.
I'm pointing out even if the Xbox has the ability to plug in a USB cable from external hard drive rather than having wire/s or hard drive/s sticking it out. It looks much neater where the internal hard drive on the PS4 can be upgraded without voiding warranty. Simple process and Sony provides the guide officially. Even if the console is out of warranty in the future (faulty hard drive) it's much easier to replace internal hard drive. No need to faff around with third party software tools, linux etc lol
Troll you say.....yet you started it all off for no apparent reason :p
Well at least Sony allow internal hard drive of PS4 to be upgraded unlike competitor lol
Xbot, how old are you, name calling really?
There's been cases on Reddit and other game forums certain people had problem where the hard drive was faulty even under warranty whether the console is one week old or 6 months old etc. Some outside of warranty.
Must be true then.
Dont forget to stock up on these. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seagate-firecuda-2-tb-2-5-inch-internal-sshd-hard-drive-for-pc-ps4-101-22-amazon-2566320
I heard somwhere the are likely to fail so might as well have a few spare.
Think I'll leave you to you own insecurities now sweetie, you seem to be getting a tad upset.
I'm done talking to an XBOT. Go into the corner and cry. Scalebound has been cancelled. LOL

Aw, bless, its sweet the way you lash out, one day you'll be a big boy and you'll see how silly you used to be.

Toodles.
#32
I have a white ps4 but i'd prefer it to be black!
#33
totneschap
I have a white ps4 but i'd prefer it to be black!

I had white and sold it to buy a black.. then added red HDD cover and magma red controller .. I have a thing for black and red colour scheme ...

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