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Pixel C Keyboard ONLY, £73.00 direct from Google. Was £119

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Official keyboard for the Pixel C, with inductive charging from Pixel C; no charger or cable required. Usually £119, now just £73 Pixel C not included! Note: this is the normal keyboard, not the… Read More
Official keyboard for the Pixel C, with inductive charging from Pixel C; no charger or cable required. Usually £119, now just £73 Pixel C not included! Note: this is the normal keyboard, not the…
rozwellUK Avatar1d, 4h agoFound 1 day, 4 hours agoAdd Comment
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Pixel C Keyboard ONLY, £88.00 direct from Google. Was £119, now

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Official keyboard for the Pixel C, with inductive charging from Pixel C; no charger or cable required. Usually £119, now just £88 Pixel C not included! Note: this is the normal keyboard, not the… Read More
Official keyboard for the Pixel C, with inductive charging from Pixel C; no charger or cable required. Usually £119, now just £88 Pixel C not included! Note: this is the normal keyboard, not the…
rozwellUK Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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i have one of these and it is great both as a keyboard and a really clever stand for the pixel too, its beautifully made (just like the pixel c itself) with brushed aluminium base and decent travel in the keys too for a mobile device keyboard. they are far too expensive at full price tho.
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Google home speaker personal assistant £129.00 - Google Store

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No longer on pre-order...get your's now.....available in limited quantity..so it says? Read More
No longer on pre-order...get your's now.....available in limited quantity..so it says?
rob585 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago7 Comments
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Now available at argos if you want to pick one up today:
The main argos "google home" page still says register interest - but with this link you can reserve in store or order for delivery.
https://www.argos.co.uk/product/6838331

Plenty of stock around at the moment.
redduck
davening
I saw it at Currys a few days ago and noticed how small it is.
It was fixed to the shelf and I tried to justify its price by
trying to pick it up and judge it by its heft and failed.
but magic fairies weigh less than air, yet I'd buy one of those for £129. This is Google in a can, better than a magic fairy!
I know. Maybe its because I'm old-fashioned.
I remember sitting tight and waiting for the ChromeCast Audio to drop to a Bank Holiday £15 (from normally £30?).
Don't remember how long that took but it was a long wait.
Hope the same happens to this.
davening
I saw it at Currys a few days ago and noticed how small it is.
It was fixed to the shelf and I tried to justify its price by
trying to pick it up and judge it by its heft and failed.


but magic fairies weigh less than air, yet I'd buy one of those for £129. This is Google in a can, better than a magic fairy!
I saw it at Currys a few days ago and noticed how small it is.
It was fixed to the shelf and I tried to justify its price by
trying to pick it up and judge it by its heft and failed.
I hope they will do something more affordable like the Alexa Dot.
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Google Home pre-order £129.00 @ Google store - Now Aval!

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Seems like a good deal compared to Amazon Echo Read More
Seems like a good deal compared to Amazon Echo
ocz Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago209 Comments
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I imagine the suits at airwick are ready to sue over design infringement.
welshblob
ukez
Donna80
As a comparison for anyone deciding, the Echo Dot is often £35, it can play your Prime music and Audible audiobooks, with Kindle book reading available in the US and coming to the UK soon. You can upload some of your own music, and even more for a charge; Amazon Music Unlimited is £3.99/month if you have an Echo Dot (or Echo), and it works as a Bluetooth speaker (for your phone etc) or it can connect with another speaker. Alarms & timers are simple to use, albeit her knowledge base can't match Google. She'll be getting an intercom system soon, and new stuff gets added regularly. Plus you get buy 4 get 1 free offers.
I'd love to get a Google Home, but I can't justify the price tag, especially if you want them in a few rooms. Google really needs a cheaper version too.
it's free to upload your music on Google; once you have you can tell Google home to play your music from the home device or your Chromecast audio devices that you have scattered around your home.
I've been digging around and I'm reading that it won't play your uploaded songs, albums or artists directly from a free play account, only subscription which means they are forcing you into a monthly subscription to hear your own music! Is anybody able to confirm this?
What's annoying me at the moment is the incessent insistence i sign up to a default music provider for which there are two choices, Google play (with 6 month free trial) or premium Spotify. I want neither but it/she doesn't appear to understand that. Therefore mine might be going back.

Bit of a downer, amazon echo seems to only accept mp3s when my music is in flac :(

Might be one way to distinguish between the 2 rivals
ukez
Donna80
As a comparison for anyone deciding, the Echo Dot is often £35, it can play your Prime music and Audible audiobooks, with Kindle book reading available in the US and coming to the UK soon. You can upload some of your own music, and even more for a charge; Amazon Music Unlimited is £3.99/month if you have an Echo Dot (or Echo), and it works as a Bluetooth speaker (for your phone etc) or it can connect with another speaker. Alarms & timers are simple to use, albeit her knowledge base can't match Google. She'll be getting an intercom system soon, and new stuff gets added regularly. Plus you get buy 4 get 1 free offers.
I'd love to get a Google Home, but I can't justify the price tag, especially if you want them in a few rooms. Google really needs a cheaper version too.
it's free to upload your music on Google; once you have you can tell Google home to play your music from the home device or your Chromecast audio devices that you have scattered around your home.

I've been digging around and I'm reading that it won't play your uploaded songs, albums or artists directly from a free play account, only subscription which means they are forcing you into a monthly subscription to hear your own music! Is anybody able to confirm this?

What's annoying me at the moment is the incessent insistence i sign up to a default music provider for which there are two choices, Google play (with 6 month free trial) or premium Spotify. I want neither but it/she doesn't appear to understand that. Therefore mine might be going back.
https://www.quidco.com/GoogleHome15?

Hiya, it's for new quidco accounts, only though the link on the mirror.co.uk site I linked to in my first post.

(hopefully the link work, can't figure out how to add a screenshot!)

Edited By: rajeee3 on Apr 06, 2017 19:52: Typo. removed asterisk link
Donna80
As a comparison for anyone deciding, the Echo Dot is often £35, it can play your Prime music and Audible audiobooks, with Kindle book reading available in the US and coming to the UK soon. You can upload some of your own music, and even more for a charge; Amazon Music Unlimited is £3.99/month if you have an Echo Dot (or Echo), and it works as a Bluetooth speaker (for your phone etc) or it can connect with another speaker. Alarms & timers are simple to use, albeit her knowledge base can't match Google. She'll be getting an intercom system soon, and new stuff gets added regularly. Plus you get buy 4 get 1 free offers.

I'd love to get a Google Home, but I can't justify the price tag, especially if you want them in a few rooms. Google really needs a cheaper version too.



it's free to upload your music on Google; once you have you can tell Google home to play your music from the home device or your Chromecast audio devices that you have scattered around your home.
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Glass Line For KWGT - Free (was £0.99) @ Google Play Store

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*** This is NOT a standalone app! You need KWGT installed to use this widget *** This KWGT Pack contains 23 Widgets: - Clock Widgets - Calendar & Events Widgets - Music Widgets - Map W… Read More
*** This is NOT a standalone app! You need KWGT installed to use this widget *** This KWGT Pack contains 23 Widgets: - Clock Widgets - Calendar & Events Widgets - Music Widgets - Map W…
musicinme_pro Avatar2m, 5d agoFound 2 months, 5 days ago2 Comments
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Google Pixel C 64GB Tablet for £379.00 and also save £50 on Pixel C Keyboard @ Google Store

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Google Pixel C 64GB Tablet £379 thats £100 off. The 32GB is still full price from Google Store. Also £50 on Pixel C Keyboard Read More
Google Pixel C 64GB Tablet £379 thats £100 off. The 32GB is still full price from Google Store. Also £50 on Pixel C Keyboard
Suleman Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago79 Comments
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FFS. Google has sent me a 'new' pixel with 2 dead LEDs on the back. This 'deal' is becoming quite annoying.

[Update] Google are dealing with it as expected. This is why I buy from Google directly. I cannot imagine how much piddling about I'd have had if I got this from Currys and the same thing happened.



Edited By: mcav on Dec 29, 2016 22:14: Update
havoc666
robertwilliamsmith
Mine has come, aesthetically looks a lovely device. The battery is totally flat though so I'm gonna charge it overnight and try again.
Tablet came with marsmallow or nougat? Thanks.

Just to confirm, the tablet arrived with Marshmallow, but upgraded straight to 7.1.1 before I could sign in. It also jumps directly to the December security patch.

No heat issues so far.
havoc666
robertwilliamsmith
Mine has come, aesthetically looks a lovely device. The battery is totally flat though so I'm gonna charge it overnight and try again.
Tablet came with marsmallow or nougat? Thanks.

It almost certainly will arrive with Marshmallow out of the box, but it upgrades to Nougat before you even get to sign in.
robertwilliamsmith
Mine has come, aesthetically looks a lovely device. The battery is totally flat though so I'm gonna charge it overnight and try again.
Tablet came with marsmallow or nougat? Thanks.
robertwilliamsmith
I've noticed the tablet is getting very hot under moderate use in the top left corner.
I have 15 days to consider sending it back as it's unpleasant to hold.
Anyone else having heating issues?

I can't comment extensively on heat issues as mine had a dead pixel on arrival. It is already back in its box with a new one on its way. I can say that I had updated the software before noticing the dead pixel, and I experienced no heat at all from it even while it was in a case.
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chromecast Audio - £10 off, was £30, now £20.00! At Google Store

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on the google store, they're giving £10 off the chromecast selection (audio and the normal chromecast) t&c: Originally £30, now £20. Offer valid from 21 November 2016 from 12:00 a.m. Pacific Sta… Read More
on the google store, they're giving £10 off the chromecast selection (audio and the normal chromecast) t&c: Originally £30, now £20. Offer valid from 21 November 2016 from 12:00 a.m. Pacific Sta…
khush01 Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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Brought last week for £15 at Curry's PC World.
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Chromecast £20.00 @ google store, various colours available plus free delivery.

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Chromecast £20 directly from Google store, plenty of options for £20 elsewhere, however google offer the colour choices and free delivery. Read More
Chromecast £20 directly from Google store, plenty of options for £20 elsewhere, however google offer the colour choices and free delivery.
Stac76 Avatar6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago17 Comments
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Google Pixel phone pre-order here £599.00 @ Google Store

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This is not a deal so to speak, but I bet there'll be someone who's interested in this! Read More
This is not a deal so to speak, but I bet there'll be someone who's interested in this!
burnduck Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago178 Comments
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just lost mine, need another 1 i cant live without it!
i was thinking the exact same thing you'd be better off buying a sony or samsung
rev6
nav157
now that note 7 is dead this phone will get busier. compared to iPhone I think it's more to offer

They'll just get the none note S7/Edge. Not buy an unknown.


After using note 7 you will find s7 edge is a disappointment. Pixel XL is best of android
I will be going for the Pixel XL when Samsung refund me for my Note 7
I got the Oneplus 3 yesterday from an o2 shop. Didn't use the payg o2 sim, put my 3 sim in instead, worked a treat as the phone was unlocked and the box sealed up. Nice phone for £336.
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Google Pixel C 64Gb edition £419.00 - £60 off RRP @ Google

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This has received some very good reviews. http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/tablets/google-pixel-c-1310691/review I'm in the market for a new tablet and I like the look of this one. The pr… Read More
This has received some very good reviews. http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/tablets/google-pixel-c-1310691/review I'm in the market for a new tablet and I like the look of this one. The pr…
tony863 Avatar8m, 4w agoFound 8 months, 4 weeks ago33 Comments
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megatron20
Yeah there's a good chance these will get heavy discount when the Nexus phones get announced as there's a good chance they will have a new tablet there
Fingers xed!
tablets at this price are a no go especially considering what their limits. you're better off getting a chromebook
Picard123
TommyNooka
This is the Android tablet for eejits that don't like Apple.
Not having expandable memory is a complete deal-breaker and there's really no excuse for it.
Agreed. Pixel C is just a showcase device by Google to demonstrate Android. They deliberately scuppered it with no expandable storage so as not to step on the toes of their Android partners ie other tablet manufacturers.
For this amount of money, getting the Yoga Book over this is a no brainer IMO, not least because you have the choice of Android, ChromeOS and Windows OSes and you don't have to pay another £100 for the keyboard like the Pixel C. The other thing to note with the Pixel is that you have no multi window multitasking. Want to email during a YouTube video and you have to switched out of YouTube and into your email program etc.

The latest version of Android supports multi windows and this being a Google device it will get the update.
alltaken123
richardcharles1234
I use my PIXEL C , All the time. I hardly ever use my iPads now and I am an apple fan. This is a seriously good tablet. The only thing that would beat it for me is the upcoming IPAD PRO 2 12.9 INCH. until then, the PIXEL C is my tablet of choice( and I have about 10 tablets, being a tabletholic)

The upcoming iPad Pro 2 12.9"? Do tell me more, I'm curious about the spec, wild rumour?


Probably the same spec, just a slight change of design. £600 please.
I've got one of these and it is just awesome. I've also just got an iPad Pro mainly to use as a second screen for my MacBook. Both iOS and android have their advantages but out of all the tablets I've tried this is by far the best and will have support for a few years too. The keyboard case is great too as it can have loads of different angles.
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Save £70 on Huawei Watch on Google Store now £259.00

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Save £70 on Huawei Watch Was £329, now £259. Offer available from 13 June 2016 to 20 June 2016. Silver mesh version only. Not stackable with £30 discount given with purchase of Nexus 6P. Read More
Save £70 on Huawei Watch Was £329, now £259. Offer available from 13 June 2016 to 20 June 2016. Silver mesh version only. Not stackable with £30 discount given with purchase of Nexus 6P.
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cmpaterson
Just out of interest what do people think would be a fair price for this? I can't help but think it's still too much for something which is going to be obsolete in a year or two.


No thanks to phones, two years has become the norm for maximum length of support. The only future-proofing feature on this watch is the sapphire screen.
Just out of interest what do people think would be a fair price for this? I can't help but think it's still too much for something which is going to be obsolete in a year or two.
Agreed. Just a shame I was after the steel link version. Not sure why Google don't offer the other versions in the UK store. The silver link version has always been displayed on their site but labelled 'this configuration is not an option'.
Thank you OP, just ordered, been hunting around for a decent price for this from a reputable retailer. Heat added. :)

Pity about the cold votes: not much competition if you want a high quality Android Wear watch that's completely round, looks like an actual watch and has an AMOLED screen. Hence the reason I didn't consider the Moto 360 and I don't like the look of the Galaxy watches.
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Nexus 6p, £379.00 for 32gb and £429 for 64gb from google store

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70 pound off nexus 6p from Google store until June 19. Father's Day discount. Read More
70 pound off nexus 6p from Google store until June 19. Father's Day discount.
klyinliu Avatar11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago41 Comments
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fazzx
this or Sony Z5?

Specs of both compared here

I've also included the new OnePlus 3 (with aluminium body), that's expected to be released today - apparently the 6+64Gb version is going to be sold at ~£300.

Compare actual sizes here, after calibrating with a phone you already own - the OP3 will lie somewhere in between the 6P & Z5 I think.

Edited By: Crossbow on Jun 14, 2016 16:36: added more text & link
breslau
Badongkadong
breslau
Interesting details here:http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/snapdragon-820-vs-snapdragon-810
Specifically, that octacore is unecessary for Android apps at this stage:
"“The most important thing to have is peak single-threaded performance, as most of the time only one or two cores are active." He added, “When most phones are playing games, web browsing, or just word processing, usually only 1.5 cores are active at any one time”.
Indeed, although the 820 has stronger single thread performance, it doesn't really translate to much as the 810 is pretty powerful already. It's nice to have newer tech but it doesn't mean the older gen is obsolete already.
What I'm talking from that is that octacore is basically marketing nonsense at this stage.
There are a lot of other improvements in the new 820. Personally, I'm happy to sit out the 810.


I understand, the number of cores is a misnomer just as megapixels for cameras on their performance. I just think that the benefits aren't as amazing as one would think because the 810 was already pretty powerful. The overheating was the main point of contention and given that it doesn't help much with battery life, what are other benefits are there for the average consumer except bigger benchmark numbers?
Badongkadong
breslau
Interesting details here:http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/snapdragon-820-vs-snapdragon-810
Specifically, that octacore is unecessary for Android apps at this stage:
"“The most important thing to have is peak single-threaded performance, as most of the time only one or two cores are active." He added, “When most phones are playing games, web browsing, or just word processing, usually only 1.5 cores are active at any one time”.
Indeed, although the 820 has stronger single thread performance, it doesn't really translate to much as the 810 is pretty powerful already. It's nice to have newer tech but it doesn't mean the older gen is obsolete already.
What I'm talking from that is that octacore is basically marketing nonsense at this stage.
There are a lot of other improvements in the new 820. Personally, I'm happy to sit out the 810.
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Google play store Nexus 6p £379.00 | £30 off Huawei watch as well

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This offer expired a little while ago - looks to be back on with fathers day coming up soon + you get £30 off a Huawei watch Read More
This offer expired a little while ago - looks to be back on with fathers day coming up soon + you get £30 off a Huawei watch
VN125250 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago59 Comments
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I've got a Huawei Honor 7, I know it's a different model but I couldn't recommend it enough, build quality, performance, camera, battery life all exceptional. My next phone is definitely going to be another Huawei.
tboy2000
dazza710775
tboy2000
I got the Huawei Mate 8. I think a better phone especially battery life.
Where did you get the Mate 8? Can't decide between Mate 8, wait for P9 Plus and now the 6P at this price
EBay. £369. Best phone I ever bought.
Another Mate 8 fan here. Fantastic phone and incredible battery life. I got mine from Amazon.it about three weeks ago for £370.
Tempting as this is, think I'll wait for the One Plus 3 due out next week...
is this worth the upgrade from Nexus 6?
It's the speakers that put me off: extra real estate and I'll never use them
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Nexus 6p £379.00 Google Store

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Shows as £449 but once you go to checkout, discounts £70 making it £379. Read More
Shows as £449 but once you go to checkout, discounts £70 making it £379.
Musm Avatar1y, 4w agoFound 1 year, 4 weeks ago213 Comments
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Anyone know if there's gonna be more deals like this in the future?

Now! Click here
Wishing I went for this when it was on! :(

You seen this?
Wishing I went for this when it was on! :(
NatureBoy
I was tempted to order at this price. But the phone is now 6-7 months old and things have moved on.
That makes no sense?
Love mine glad I switched from the iPhone 6s to this
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50% off ADOPTED Protective Case for Nexus 5X from google store only £7.50 delivered

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For the nexus 5X. Thin and light. 3 colours to choose from (Black, Blue,White).The resilient elastomer shell absorbs shock while the raised bezel protects the screen from falls Discount is applied Read More
For the nexus 5X. Thin and light. 3 colours to choose from (Black, Blue,White).The resilient elastomer shell absorbs shock while the raised bezel protects the screen from falls Discount is applied
linkinparkholy Avatar1y, 4w agoFound 1 year, 4 weeks ago18 Comments
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Arrived yesterday - great fit and looks proper bo, I tell the!
Nice, thanks OP.
Fancy a new case and that looks good. Hopefully protect it a little more when my 2yo decides to grab my phone to watch Peppa Pig!
Thanks!! I'll read through it, looks like it is a huge problem.
darthvader666uk
nathan18k
Does any of you Nexus 5x owners find restriction on performance whilst charging the phone?
Yes, you too?
If its on Charge with the official Charger the touchscreen is sometimes unresponsive. Well annoying!
Yes my friend experiences these problems. Maybe its been purposefully done by Google so phone will be left alone whilst charging, so faster charging.
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Chromecast Audio. Two for £50.00 @ Google Store

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If somehow you missed out on the £15 deal recently, and you are looking for more than one. The Google store has this deal going. Two units for £50. Read More
If somehow you missed out on the £15 deal recently, and you are looking for more than one. The Google store has this deal going. Two units for £50.
andrewgrumpmeister Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago18 Comments
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Aiadi
andrewgrumpmeister
The set up works fine for me with multiroom. no drop outs. in an old building with thick walls.
What app or program are using mostly to cast your music from? I find casting from Chrome (Tab Casting) and from TuneIn Radio to be particularly problematic but not as much from google music (although still not perfect).


I use Google music and the BBC iPlayer apps via my phone.
Anyone know where I'd get these with EU plug?
joeybutterface
Is it just me or does the design of this look deliberately somewhat like the iconic beats logo stamped on products?


To me it looks like a vinyl LP with the Chrome Logo in the middle.
andrewgrumpmeister
The set up works fine for me with multiroom. no drop outs. in an old building with thick walls.
What app or program are using mostly to cast your music from? I find casting from Chrome (Tab Casting) and from TuneIn Radio to be particularly problematic but not as much from google music (although still not perfect).
The set up works fine for me with multiroom. no drop outs. in an old building with thick walls.
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£35 off the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X £414.00 at the Google Store - Free Delivery

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Make some noise and celebrate our 1st birthday with £35 off Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X Promotion period starts 11 March 2016, ends 27 March 2016. Discount applied at checkout. Prices from £414 for th… Read More
Make some noise and celebrate our 1st birthday with £35 off Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X Promotion period starts 11 March 2016, ends 27 March 2016. Discount applied at checkout. Prices from £414 for th…
busterdan Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago66 Comments
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LazybeatX
Still think the Moto x style is the better for £115 cheaper, decent price directly from Google though, heat added.

Just read some reviews and watched some vids regarding this moto x style. Really is a top quality phone. Shame about no fingerprint sensor though.

Also realistically when will the 808 processor start showing its age?
Still think the Moto x style is the better for £115 cheaper, decent price directly from Google though, heat added.
I have been iPhone user since 3gs and finally switched to android with nexus 6p. I am not Apple fan of though I used it for various reasons. It was scary move but I am so happy that I did it. I won't say Android is best or iPhone is best but it's no less than Android as many people put fear in. Both os r gud in own ways but it's so boring to use same os over long time especially when it's not much configurable. Nexus 6p is beauty with brain. I just want to say iPhone users who want to switch that this phone is serious competition for iPhone. There may be few challenges initially with data transfer especially with apps like awesome notes that do not exist on Android but journey ahead is exciting.
ChriisM
Hot for UK but Still a joke, got the 6p for $400 when I was in America and a $50 gift card for best buy.
That's about right... http://www.rip-off.co.uk/ ... the reason we pay more is because we know the value better than others that pay less... at least that's what Tony Blair said when he stopped cheap imports coming in as tax free.
f34r
daletharper
I bought my son one for Xmas and the glass broke on the back, he said he hadn't dropped it, googling it showed quite a few people have had the same problem, luckily it was insured, now it's in a case just in case.

The 5X is plastic and the 6P is aluminium. Neither have a glass back


it's the glass that covers the camera lens
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Nexus 6p 32gb new matte gold £414.00 @ google store

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As above for some reason the gold is £414 from £449 Read More
As above for some reason the gold is £414 from £449
the porter Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago71 Comments
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Thar
Jammy212
Anyone know where is the best place for this now? Ta.

Playstore click here or £399 plus £10 top up from EE in store.


Thank you!
Jammy212
Anyone know where is the best place for this now? Ta.

Playstore click here or £399 plus £10 top up from EE in store.
Anyone know where is the best place for this now? Ta.
Hey guys. Are there any new deals on a sim free Nexus 6P? I really want one.. Hate touch wiz.. I'll sell my Galaxy Note Edge on eBay
I would have to put this straight in to a case. Gold phones look so ugly. Google are obviously having trouble selling this version.
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LG Nexus 5x now with £20 Google Play credit and a free Chromecast £299.00 @ Google Store

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Buy a LG Nexus 5x direct from Google and get £20 Google Play credit and a Chromecast for free. Read More
Buy a LG Nexus 5x direct from Google and get £20 Google Play credit and a Chromecast for free.
Halz1985 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago65 Comments
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s1m0nc
Ordering and hoping they will swap the Chromecast for the Chromecast Audio - already have one spare and one in use of the former :)
They won't. Miserable sods.
Ordering and hoping they will swap the Chromecast for the Chromecast Audio - already have one spare and one in use of the former :)
great-deals
speric07
£339 for the entry level 32gb .... 16gb seems way to small for a 'flagship' nowadays
so this or the 1+2 with 64mb for £249?

Very good question. I just ordered the 1+2, but having got around to Anandtech's slating of it and reading about software bugs I'm starting to lean towards cancelling it and getting the 5X. But then I'll be stuck with 32/2 instead of 64/4. Argh! It's difficult!
warlockuk
I bought the 5X on release. Utterly, utterly awful battery life. I have to charge at least twice a day - that's with very very little use.
A co-worker has a similar thing. Not sure if it's mobile data struggling, or what, but if I have 10% by 4pm (coming from 100% at 7am) I'm extremely lucky. That's with an hour of use in the morning and about 15-30 mins total throughout the day.
could it be an app you're using perhaps?
Very good for Google Store price, but in late november I bought my N5X 32GB for about £303 from an Italian store. No, they don't ship outside italy, but it's another story.
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nexus 5x 16/32 GB £ 299.00/339 Official Google play site

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The advantages here are the free screen replacements (at least one?) and sometimes free device replacements. Read More
The advantages here are the free screen replacements (at least one?) and sometimes free device replacements.
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The advantages here are the free screen replacements (at least one?) and sometimes free device replacements.
Isn't the replacement program US only?
I had a Nexus 5 and Google replaced it even past the supposed 2 year replacement window when the power button stopped working (twice actually, as the replacement one didn't work properly either). So, it may not be worldwide, but they definitely have a similar process in the UK and I'd venture a guess at it even being Europe-wide as I had to send it via UPS (for free) to Germany.
That's interesting, because officially they don't cover either Europe or wear and tear. How long out of warranty was your Nexus 5?
By a couple of months, though the original warranty was only supposed to be a year. The power button fault was seemingly unofficially acknowledged by Google though as they will still RMA any devices with that issue. I mailed them initially to see if they would fix it (for a fee) but instead they said they'd send me a replacement for free and to send mine back after I recieved the replacement. Fantastic service and I'm in no way an outlier, it's a policy they seem to apply pretty much universally according to posts on XDA/Reddit/elsewhere.


yup my Nexus 5 was replaced around 20 months for a dying battery under the 2 year warranty.


keeping it off topic (lol) just had my N5 swapped for poor battery life. They have no new phones to replace and now send factory refurbished ones. I've sent 2 of them back so far for substandard quality. Anyone had the same?
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The advantages here are the free screen replacements (at least one?) and sometimes free device replacements.
Isn't the replacement program US only?
I had a Nexus 5 and Google replaced it even past the supposed 2 year replacement window when the power button stopped working (twice actually, as the replacement one didn't work properly either). So, it may not be worldwide, but they definitely have a similar process in the UK and I'd venture a guess at it even being Europe-wide as I had to send it via UPS (for free) to Germany.
That's interesting, because officially they don't cover either Europe or wear and tear. How long out of warranty was your Nexus 5?
By a couple of months, though the original warranty was only supposed to be a year. The power button fault was seemingly unofficially acknowledged by Google though as they will still RMA any devices with that issue. I mailed them initially to see if they would fix it (for a fee) but instead they said they'd send me a replacement for free and to send mine back after I recieved the replacement. Fantastic service and I'm in no way an outlier, it's a policy they seem to apply pretty much universally according to posts on XDA/Reddit/elsewhere.


yup my Nexus 5 was replaced around 20 months for a dying battery under the 2 year warranty.
Cheaper at Amazon for the 32GB version.
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screen size apart, is this a better option than a moto X style? maybe slightly cheaper now.

X-Style by a fair margin, does not thermal throttle as hard as the N5x and is generally all around faster.
screen size apart, is this a better option than a moto X style? maybe slightly cheaper now.
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