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Vesta Life Lady Bug Speaker Dock For Ipod £29.99 @ Tec7 Darlington

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I bought one of these @ Xmas for 59.99 and have been so impressed i returned to Tec7 in Darlington for another to give as a birthday present and was amazed to see it half price so bought 2.
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Tec7 - Panasonic TX-P42G20 Plasma TV £649 £649.99

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Model name - Panasonic TX-P42G20 Screen type - Plasma 3D TV - No Screen resolution - Full HD 1920 x 1080p Screen size - 42 Refresh rate - 600Hz Sub-field Drive Digital tuner - Freeview HD
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Why was this expired?
It is still available!
"Got one of these for £350 2 weeks ago from Dixons. hat was a good deal."
You sure ?
Got one of these for £350 2 weeks ago from Dixons. hat was a good deal.
Excellent screen, got one myself. Has been cheaper, and is now discontinued.
price 649.99 in store
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Sony 40HX803 3D TV £1,299.00 @ Tec7 (in HoF)

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In store offer House Of Fraser (Tec7) Buy a Sony 40HX803 3D TV and get either Sony BD Player, Transmitter, 2 Glasses & 2 Blue-ray films OR Sony PS3, Transmitter, 2 Glasses & 4 Games FOR FREE
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Sony KDL40HX803 40" LED 3D TV, 200hz, With 3D Bundle Includes Blu Ray Player, 2 x Glasses, Transmitter and Movie + 5 Year Warranty - £1,299.99

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Offer ends Monday/Tuesday Bank Holiday Special From Sony, Most places like House of Fraser, John Lewis etc are doing this bundle which is an absolute bargain. Far better than Samsungs 40" 3D…
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nice
does the 3d emitter sit on top of the tv like a Wii sensor bar??
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Panasonic TX-P42G20B 1080p 600Hz Neo Plasma TV with Freeview HD + Freesat HD + Free 5 Year Warranty and Free Blu Ray Player - Tec7 - Instore Only £899.99

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Please note: Instore Only I know Dixons do this for £799.99, however I personally think this is a much better deal as you get a 5 year warranty and Blu Ray player extra for just £100 more. A…
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bingowings85
will Plasma screens still be made in 5 years time? this isn't a bad thing because you'll get the next best thing should this go wrong!


Probably, but if they get OLED to start coming down in price they'll start to phase them out then.
will Plasma screens still be made in 5 years time? this isn't a bad thing because you'll get the next best thing should this go wrong!
bigalorr
Wait until new tv's arrive-hdmi is on way out and to be replaced with HDBaseT at end of year


I doubt it anytime soon, there's too many devices use HDMI and it will probably co-exist with each other.
bigalorr
Wait until new tv's arrive-hdmi is on way out and to be replaced with HDBaseT at end of year


You wanna bet?
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has anybody actually got the details of this 'deal'? just got through to the Tec7 on oxford st and this particular TV is an ex-demo with no warranty, instructions, remote, or base and apparently the HDMI does not work:w00t:

I have not phoned any other stores, but no one else has confirmed if its available anywhere else yet either.

There are newer panny plasma's available for not much more, so this is a freezing cold deal for me!


That changes things, def not a steal in fact not even a deal if there is only one NS THt doesnt work properly..what a waste of effort replying to this thread
horsey;8765751
good TV, relative has something similar


beware the power consumption though
quoted at 494 watts !

:?


That's a maximum possible. With plasma TVs the average is somewhat lower . all depends on the picture being viewed (dynamic contrast, lots of motion etc). Having said that it will still be in the high 300s.
fmiah;8766118
has anybody actually got the details of this 'deal'? just got through to the Tec7 on oxford st and this particular TV is an ex-demo with no warranty, instructions, remote, or base and apparently the HDMI does not work:w00t:

I have not phoned any other stores, but no one else has confirmed if its available anywhere else yet either.

There are newer panny plasma's available for not much more, so this is a freezing cold deal for me!


Great point well made fmiah. So frustrating all the distraction on the merits of this set when the deal doesnt even exist: its a faulty used model! Zero other stores run the offer. How did we get to nigh on 550 degrees? My oh my.... Another HUKD classic...:x
fmiah;8766118
has anybody actually got the details of this 'deal'? just got through to the Tec7 on oxford st and this particular TV is an ex-demo with no warranty, instructions, remote, or base and apparently the HDMI does not work:w00t:

I have not phoned any other stores, but no one else has confirmed if its available anywhere else yet either.

There are newer panny plasma's available for not much more, so this is a freezing cold deal for me!


Now that you've actually got the details of it, it sounds a horrifically bad deal by any standard.
has anybody actually got the details of this 'deal'? just got through to the Tec7 on oxford st and this particular TV is an ex-demo with no warranty, instructions, remote, or base and apparently the HDMI does not work:w00t:

I have not phoned any other stores, but no one else has confirmed if its available anywhere else yet either.

There are newer panny plasma's available for not much more, so this is a freezing cold deal for me!
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Panasonic TXL37D25 LED - FREEVIEW/FREESAT + 5 Year Warranty - Free DMP-BD45 Bluray Player - £899.99 - Offer Ends Monday - House of Fraser

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Watch the World Cup in HD for free with the built in Freeview HD and Freesat tuner. Check here to see if Freeview HD is available in your area - http://www.freeview.co.uk/HD Freesat HD is availabl…
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Sony KDL40W5810 FreeSat LCD - £529.99 with Sony Trade In Offer @ House of Fraser(Tec7) Inc Free 5 Year Warranty

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My mate has just found out this morning that Tec7 are doing a Bank Holiday Sale and its 10% off most TVS(about 99% of them). The highlights of the sale are Sony KDL32W5810 @ £495 then a further
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Cheers guys. Lakeside HoF had these still in stock for the bank holiday offer price until 10pm tonight :)

Heat added :thumbsup: (even though technically it's now expired!)
Thanks Alex!
luckystrike77;8523942
Any more details please?!

According to the House of Fraser website, the 32W5810 is £549.99. Minus the £50 from the Sony scrappage scheme, would come to £499.99 (the same as M&S who have this model on their website for £499.99, not including the £50 cashback from Sony).

Edit; Just re-read the first post and saw that the 32W5810 would come with a £100 cash reduction. According to Sony (and consequently John Lewis and M&S) the 32" version of this set only incurs a £50 reduction! Can anyone confirm/clarify?! Cheers.


The TV was £549.95 - then minus 10% which was on over the weekend(I mentioned this in the post) - £494.99 then £100 trade in = £394.99. Its definitely £100 trade in on the W5810 series.

Dont go off the website as its hardly ever updated.
The 10% off has now finished, however you could always ring your store or call in and see if they can still do it. If not then its £549.99 then minus £100 for your old TV so £449.99.
wawagyi;8517616
Just brought 32W5810 for £394.99 from oxford street branch :-D


Any more details please?!

According to the House of Fraser website, the 32W5810 is £549.99. Minus the £50 from the Sony scrappage scheme, would come to £499.99 (the same as M&S who have this model on their website for £499.99, not including the £50 cashback from Sony).

Edit; Just re-read the first post and saw that the 32W5810 would come with a £100 cash reduction. According to Sony (and consequently John Lewis and M&S) the 32" version of this set only incurs a £50 reduction! Can anyone confirm/clarify?! Cheers.
i got to 40 w810 on saturday for the same price. Thanks op
Letsworktogether;8519818
Perfect - thanks for the info! Bought a 37" w5810 from House of Fraser Cardiff for £529.99. Only think was walking in my 14" CRT TV though the middle of town to get the deal....worth every weird look!

Thanks again!


No prob :thumbsup:
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Panasonic TX-P42G10 £689.00 with 5 year warranty @ House of Fraser (Tec7)

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Seems to be only instore; Stores with Stock: Belfast, Cardiff, Darlington, Guildford, High Wycombe, Metro Centre, Stores with Limited Stock: Glasgow, Lakeside, London - Oxford Street, London - V…
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checkley73;7465604
M&S back in stock at £669


AND BACK OUT OF STOCK AGAIN....
M&S back in stock at £669
Saw this deal a week ago but they didn't have any in stock back then, gave my local stores a call just now and they don't seem to have any in stock and the telesales line confirmed they haven't got any sitting in their warehouse. The store in Lakeside has a display model which they're happy to sell on but they won't be giving any further discounts or reductions.
£10 more at sound and vision at Bolton and Leeds if people are in these areas and can't take advantage of this deal. Only a 4year warranty with S&V too so this is hot IMO.
might be worth saying House of Fraser - bet some don't know who Tec7 are
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Panasonic TXP50X10 Inc 5 Year Warranty @ TEC7(House of Fraser) £629.95 - INSTORE ONLY

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Its on the website for £689.95 but instore its £629.95, I think it runs until end of tomorrow but may be extended for another few days. 5 Year Panasonic warranty is included in the price. BTW th…
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I have just spoken to House of Fraser (TEC 7) in Reading to arrange delivery of our TV and was told that the price of this TV is now £649.99 for the next 7-10 days, still including the 5 year warranty and this price should be same in all TEC 7 (in House of Fraser) stores. Hope this helps.
jpsid;7487634
I was in House of Fraser today to check on our order for this TV and it is still priced up instore at £629.99 with a free 5 year warranty (£370 off the RRP). Delivery is £35 if you are not able to pick up from the store yourself.

The deal needs to be "unexpired"!!!

rang HOF bristol today , and price is back up to £689 they confirmed it was at this price for a few days but offer expired ,
I was in House of Fraser today to check on our order for this TV and it is still priced up instore at £629.99 with a free 5 year warranty (£370 off the RRP). Delivery is £35 if you are not able to pick up from the store yourself.

The deal needs to be "unexpired"!!!
I can confirm that this is a 5 year Panasonic Warranty as I have just spoke to House of Fraser, Reading and ordered the TV for £629.99 leaving a 10% deposit. Expected delivery to store 7-10 days and home delivery is an additional £35.

John Lewis had no stock in Reading (plus it's no longer on their website) and Richer Sounds have a few (but not in Reading) but neither offered to order in the TV. Richer Sounds gave the impression it was a discontinued model, which House of Fraser say is not the case.

Thanks OP for a great deal!!!
I saw this TV and deal in HOF in Birmingham yesterday(Sat 2nd Jan) with a 5 year warranty although it didnt elaborate on the specifics.... I'm sure I read on AV forums whereby Panasonic had extended there 5 year offer into January(10th as memory serves) so it might be a Panasonic warranty on offer within this deal... best check if you're going to purchase:thumbsup:
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Microsoft Xbox Elite 120gb - £149.95 @ Tec7 (House of Fraser)

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Not sure if worth posting or not but giving it a shot. I know there is a deal with Pure and Lego Batman for the same price but thats limited to Scotland. The following stores have stock Belfa…
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Picked up last one at High Wycombe today. Cheers.
actress;7376176
Does anyone know if this has the Jasper chip?


welsh_andy;7521489
what hell is a jasper chip,lol


mr.velvet;7521685
What hell, indeed.

What hell hath the Falcon wrought? Thine countenance, oh Box of X, has born many Rings of Red Death. Mine weary heart cannot longer bear the burden of thine fleeting attentions howsoever sweet those moments may be!

Hark! What respite doth the Jasper bring? Mine Box of X doth rise its head from sweet slumber and coolly take the air. Though outwardly mine eyes can see no change I yet recognise a change, a shift, a difference in thine heart. What magic this is! My dearest Box of X! Your Red Rings have been lost! And you connect to my TV with HDMI!


Legendary! :w00t:
How sad, console fanboys.

Hot deal though!
MDL199;7525104
If they were mainly Sony fanboys in the Game Informer survey than I suspect more than 3.8% would have said they'd never buy a 360 again.


No, personally I think the word went out to bash the Xbox in the most plausible way possible and unreliability
(at a time when reliability had vastly improved) was the target they chose.

Regardless of whether you or I agree or disagree on this, the point I made is still totally valid the,
mere, survey was totally unverified and completely self-selecting,
nobody would give credibility to mere unchecked claims on any other topic.

(especially on a topic so full of silly competitive fanboy nonsense)

MDL199;7525104
Certainly amongst people I know with the console about a 50% failure rate sounds right.


Anecdote really doesn't prove anything.
I know a couple of 1st SKU Xbox owners who are still happily spending hours on the thing & without any problems.
Neither of my own Falcon Xboxes gave a hint of trouble and my Jasper is as good as.

MDL199;7525104
it's not a reliable piece of hardware although i'm hoping for better with my new Jasper model.


As the SquareTrade data shows Xbox is now reliable as PS3 (if not more so) and has been for a couple of years.
People can hark back to old news if they like but the truth is that Xbox has been 'normal' for a couple of years now.

MDL199;7525104
More on the figures from warranty insurance company Square Trade


That's an interesting commentary but it does point out a 2 year history of Xbox unreliability peaking at 10% and falling to 4%.

(which is interesting when set against the 'fat' PS3's record of a failure rate of 10%)
Gixxerman001;7524886
Naaa, I just find the arguments put up to make mountains out of the molehills of difference between the 2 consoles a bit silly.



Sorry but console web-site with a self-selecting and totally unverified sample of people claiming to be Xbox owners having problems is just simply no substitute for an insurance company who cannot muck about favouring one lot or the other.
They are all about informed & calculated risk.
Not fanboys signing in to pretend that their Xbox almost killed them.

Come on, be serious.
There's a hell of a lot more reason to have confidence in that insurance companies' data than a web-site where the worst members of the Sony PS gang can go and claim anything they like without anyone doing any checking whatsoever.

(* and you're probably right btw, considering how some of those console fanzines operate I'm surprised they weren't able to get the number higher*)

You'll also find that SquareTrade charge the same premium for both consoles.
Which is also interesting.


If they were mainly Sony fanboys in the Game Informer survey than I suspect more than 3.8% would have said they'd never buy a 360 again.

Certainly amongst people I know with the console about a 50% failure rate sounds right. Former Teletext games magazine Game Central said they'd gone through 3 360's since launch. It has some fine games but it's not a reliable piece of hardware although i'm hoping for better with my new Jasper model.

More on the figures from warranty insurance company Square Trade

Microsoft's console historically less reliable, concludes 16,000-console survey by warranty firm SquareTrade; first-year 360 failure rates now under 4%.

Hot on the heels of a controversial Game Informer survey comes a new study that also pegs the Xbox 360 as the least reliable console on the market. Electronics-warranty company SquareTrade has issued a survey of 16,000 game consoles it serviced from the second quarter of 2007 to the first quarter of 2009. The report analyzed approximately 2,500 PlayStation 3s, 2,500 Xbox 360s and 11,000 Wiis selected at random. (The company found Wii owners much more likely to buy warranties.) All consoles had been purchased new and had not been damaged by their owners.

By contrast, the study found 10 percent of PlayStation 3s surveyed failed within two years of purchase, as did 2.7 percent of Wiis. However, SquareTrade pointed out an April survey by media-research firm Nielsen that concluded the Wii is the least played of the three major consoles, being used for only 516 minutes per month. By contrast, the Xbox 360 is played over twice as much (1,191 minutes per month), with the PS3 slightly behind it (1,053 minutes per month).

As with the Game Informer study, SquareTrade found that the Xbox 360's failure rate was far higher than its rivals. Some 23.7 percent of those surveyed failed within two years of purchase: 12 percent from the infamous "Red Ring of Death" and 11.7 percent from other problems, including the "E74" error. Both problems are covered by the 360's three-year manufacturer's warranty, which the company began offering in 2007 for a cost of over $1 billion.

Also to its credit, SquareTrade released a timeline for Xbox 360s that failed in their first year. Up until 2007, the 360 "Xenon" and "Zephyr" models were equipped with a 90nm-process CPU and GPU that generated considerable heat--a likely culprit in the still officially unexplained Red Ring of Death failures. Their replacement, called "Falcon," was released in the fourth quarter of 2007 with a cooler 65nm-process CPU and a 90nm GPU, several months after the launch of the Xbox 360 Elite.

However, the Falcon introduction had an adverse immediate effect, with the first two quarters of 2008 seeing first-year 360 failures spike to 10 percent. However, the study points out that a sell-off of older consoles in the fourth quarter of 2007, which then met their maker the following year, could also be a factor. Since Q3 2008, first-year 360 failure rates have plummeted.

Fortunately, SquareTrade found that Xbox 360 quality has improved dramatically since the third quarter of 2008, shortly before the 65nm CPU/GPU "Jasper" model was introduced. Since then, first-year failure rates have plummeted to below the 4 percent the company projected. Looking at 500 units purchased in 2009, SquareTrade found that less than 1 percent had suffered the Red Ring of Death.

SquareTrade's analysis of recently purchased 360s appears to back up statements made by Xbox 360 and Xbox Live director of product management Aaron Greenberg. In an interview with GameSpot just before the Xbox 360 Elite $299 price drop, the executive said that Microsoft has made great improvements in the console's quality control. "I think we've made it clear we stand by the quality of our product, and we will make it right by fixing the problem at no extra cost to you," declared Greenberg. "But at the same time, we've been working hard to make improvements in the products we're currently making, so I really feel like most of this is well behind us." CommentTagPrintEmailFacebookDiggTweet1417 CommentsRefresh comments
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Panasonic 42G10 Plasma £699.99 @ Tec7

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Panasonic 42G10 only £699.99 in Tec7 within House of Fraser stores. I havent found a cheaper deal on the internet. Includes 5 year warrenty direct from Panasonic. Seen in the High Wycombe bra…
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Now the G15 is out the G10 will be sold off cheap hence the 2 recent deals.

TX-P42G10 & BD-60 Blue-Ray: M&S £728, John Lewis £699... another similar deal will come along!
cruncher75;7254826
Only £750 at marks and spencers if u still want the blu-ray


I suppose, just "sounded" better with the leading six instead of seven. Imagine if it were a five instead.....
huispan;7254747
pity i missed out on the John Lewis deal that included the free bluray player for the same price. None the less, still a good price.

Only £750 at marks and spencers if u still want the blu-ray
pity i missed out on the John Lewis deal that included the free bluray player for the same price. None the less, still a good price.
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Belkin Cushtops £19.99 At Tec7 Within House Of Fraser

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All Colours of belkin cushtops at tec7 which is the electrical department in House Of Fraser at £19.99 got mine today as a prezzy for my brother.Makes a good present for someone.
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Just bought mine from ebuyer for £10ish free delivery, but were only couple left in stock.
Yeah the cushtops are old and overpriced at 19.99. Got mine for 9.99 from play and i've just bought the new cushdesk version for 11.99.
which version of the cushtop are they?

the one in the image is slightly different than what i can find on the links website.

http://www.tec7.co.uk/Computer+Peripherals/Notebook+Accessories/Belkin+Cushtop+Brown_FSN044EABRN/1451.aspx

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3519558/Belkin-CushTop-Steel-With-Burnt-Orange/Product.html

the one linked above can be found cheaper on play.com £12.99 and they sometimes drop to £9.99
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Panasonic Viera TX-P42G10B + 5 Year Warranty £699.95 INSTORE ONLY - House of Fraser/Tec7

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Not sure when this expires but a cracking deal considering prices elsewhere. I looked on the website but is £100 more. I noticed a few good deals but could only remember this one. Here are the
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the problem with buying a bit of tech (which is outdated as soon as it hits the shops) is that if you look closely enough there will be something that will make you unhappy. the only true proof is ownership.

I took weeks deciding on a tv by reading over analysed reviews. I went for an lcd lg lf7700 and had to return it as picture on sd was terrible. I now have the panasonic 46 inch G10, and it is awesome, looks great on sd, looks great for blu rays and great for games. I have all the settings turned down to 'break in' the plasma screen and it still looks great. I own it and recommend it.
jonhoggy;7039816
His findings are very intruiging and my thoughts on getting a G10 are all to pot.



I ordered a 50" G 10 last saturday morning, went back into the shop on Sunday and cancelled.. just not convinced that the SD peformance is up to that of the X10, given that 90% of our viewing is SD......... Im afraid I am stuck in analysis paralysis mode:thinking:
lpjones;7038288
Might be worth reading this thread from AVForums this weekend for those considering a 'G' series Panny. In short, the comparisons concluded there is no benefit to be had over the cheaper 'X' series, indeed some considerable drawbacks.

http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasma-televisions/1134608-anyone-want-me-do-some-comparison-tests-between-g10-x10.html


His findings are very intruiging and my thoughts on getting a G10 are all to pot.
Might be worth reading this thread from AVForums this weekend for those considering a 'G' series Panny. In short, the comparisons concluded there is no benefit to be had over the cheaper 'X' series, indeed some considerable drawbacks.

http://www.avforums.com/forums/plasma-televisions/1134608-anyone-want-me-do-some-comparison-tests-between-g10-x10.html
no good, 46 was on deal for 750 .. they need to do better than that
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