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Xbox One 1TB Console (Black) with The Division on Xbox One £189.99 simplygames

£189.99 @ Simply Games
This is the best price I have ever seen it I have just purchased one myself. Includes free next day delivery (Ordered before 3:30pm Mon-Fri) Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
This is the best price I have ever seen it I have just purchased one myself.

Includes free next day delivery (Ordered before 3:30pm Mon-Fri)
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[HUKD Deal Editor] 3 Likes #1
Same price for the Rainbow Six bundle, which I feel is the better bundle. It's not that I don't overly like The Division, I just think it's a bit pants.
1 Like #2
That one wasn't in stock when I ordered mine, but now it is it is a good deal too!
2 Likes #3
Have some heat op. It's a great price for what it is. Personally I'd like an Xbox one s 500gb, slap on an external drive for extra space and yes it would cost a bit more but you'd have more storage, HDR and 4k scale upscaled games.. .plus a 4k bluray player. For the difference in cost I personally think it's worth it.

That said though, this is a good deal for what it is
2 Likes #4
BuzzDuraband
Same price for the Rainbow Six bundle, which I feel is the better bundle. It's not that I don't overly like The Division, I just think it's a bit pants.


Agree, and i find Rainbow 6 a really good competitive multiplayer game and great with a few mates. You lose interest in The Division once you realise its just a grind fest.
#5
Great deal for 1TB. You can't replace the internal drive on the Xbox One without voiding warranty so great if you want to just have internal storage, but the Xbox is much more flexible with an external drive that the PS4 is. Currently have a 3TB drive hooked up to mine with all games installed on it, works flawlessly :)
#6
m.ad
Great deal for 1TB. You can't replace the internal drive on the Xbox One without voiding warranty so great if you want to just have internal storage, but the Xbox is much more flexible with an external drive that the PS4 is. Currently have a 3TB drive hooked up to mine with all games installed on it, works flawlessly :)


Actually replacing the drive is worse than having a USB 3.0 hooked up to the Xbox One for game storage.

The SATA port inside the Xbox One is only SATAII, so limited to 3Gbps, but USB 3.0 is 5Gbps. So always better having external and loading that way. I have an SSD attached via USB 3.0 and its brilliant for loading times.
1 Like #7
If you have no interest in the digital code The Division seems to be going for about £20-£25 on eBay, bringing this down to about £170 for just the console. Not bad at all.
#8
sparx1981
Have some heat op. It's a great price for what it is. Personally I'd like an Xbox one s 500gb, slap on an external drive for extra space and yes it would cost a bit more but you'd have more storage, HDR and 4k scale upscaled games.. .plus a 4k bluray player. For the difference in cost I personally think it's worth it.
That said though, this is a good deal for what it is

But doesn't the XB struggle to hit 1080p anyway, as such (genuine question) what benefit would 4K & HDR be?
1 Like #9
sparx1981
Have some heat op. It's a great price for what it is. Personally I'd like an Xbox one s 500gb, slap on an external drive for extra space and yes it would cost a bit more but you'd have more storage, HDR and 4k scale upscaled games.. .plus a 4k bluray player. For the difference in cost I personally think it's worth it.
That said though, this is a good deal for what it is


The s seems to suffer from very loud fan syndrome :(
#10
Great deal
#11
EmperorRosko
m.ad
Great deal for 1TB. You can't replace the internal drive on the Xbox One without voiding warranty so great if you want to just have internal storage, but the Xbox is much more flexible with an external drive that the PS4 is. Currently have a 3TB drive hooked up to mine with all games installed on it, works flawlessly :)
Actually replacing the drive is worse than having a USB 3.0 hooked up to the Xbox One for game storage.
The SATA port inside the Xbox One is only SATAII, so limited to 3Gbps, but USB 3.0 is 5Gbps. So always better having external and loading that way. I have an SSD attached via USB 3.0 and its brilliant for loading times.

There are no hard drives that can transfer data at 300MB/s therefore SATA II isn't a bottleneck.
#12
Ego-X
EmperorRosko
m.ad
Great deal for 1TB. You can't replace the internal drive on the Xbox One without voiding warranty so great if you want to just have internal storage, but the Xbox is much more flexible with an external drive that the PS4 is. Currently have a 3TB drive hooked up to mine with all games installed on it, works flawlessly :)
Actually replacing the drive is worse than having a USB 3.0 hooked up to the Xbox One for game storage.
The SATA port inside the Xbox One is only SATAII, so limited to 3Gbps, but USB 3.0 is 5Gbps. So always better having external and loading that way. I have an SSD attached via USB 3.0 and its brilliant for loading times.

There are no hard drives that can transfer data at 300MB/s therefore SATA II isn't a bottleneck.


I think you have mistook what i meant. What i meant was that there is no reason to crack open your Xbox One and fanny around inside, when its easier to plug in an external USB 3.0 drive and get the same performance, and more available if needed.
#13
EmperorRosko
Ego-X
EmperorRosko
m.ad
Great deal for 1TB. You can't replace the internal drive on the Xbox One without voiding warranty so great if you want to just have internal storage, but the Xbox is much more flexible with an external drive that the PS4 is. Currently have a 3TB drive hooked up to mine with all games installed on it, works flawlessly :)
Actually replacing the drive is worse than having a USB 3.0 hooked up to the Xbox One for game storage.
The SATA port inside the Xbox One is only SATAII, so limited to 3Gbps, but USB 3.0 is 5Gbps. So always better having external and loading that way. I have an SSD attached via USB 3.0 and its brilliant for loading times.

There are no hard drives that can transfer data at 300MB/s therefore SATA II isn't a bottleneck.


I think you have mistook what i meant. What i meant was that there is no reason to crack open your Xbox One and fanny around inside, when its easier to plug in an external USB 3.0 drive and get the same performance, and more available if needed.


Also, i use an SSD so maybe thats why i benefit from the 5Gbps.
#14
BuzzDuraband
Same price for the Rainbow Six bundle, which I feel is the better bundle. It's not that I don't overly like The Division, I just think it's a bit pants.


Xbox One needed a slim to get HDR whilst every PS4 will now get it free hahahaha
#15
Is this glossy or matte?
#16
How much am I likely to get for Division code?
1 Like #17
Bought this for my boy. Came today, many thanks for sharing
#18
Bought this, thanks very much OP :)
#19
cool thanks, also bought this one after rainbow six siege bundle increased in price.
#20
Now @ £199.99
1 Like #21
westy90
Now @ £199.99
back to 189.99....just purchased :)
#22
now at £199.85
#23
Now iOS and £209.99

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