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HTC U11sim free in silver, blue or black @ carphone warehouse for £599.99

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£599.99 @ Carphone Warehouse
Seems to be around £50 cheaper than rrp and everywhere else I can find. Should be handy for someone who is in the market to buy one outright. Read More
Seems to be around £50 cheaper than rrp and everywhere else I can find. Should be handy for someone who is in the market to buy one outright.
LazybeatX Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago20 Comments
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OrribleHarry
Bigspin
I'm torn between this and S8..

I bought the S8 and I'm deffo not blown away.


Me too but the u11 was totally out of the question for me as it doesn't support wireless charging which I'm heavily invested in.
What's the best 64gb micro SD card that I can get for the u11?
Bigspin
I'm torn between this and S8..

I bought the S8 and I'm deffo not blown away.
yak000
Bigspin
ordered 6GB RAM/128GB version from HK seller. already got my dispatch email. ETA mid June
details of seller and cost?


Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132208756452

cost me £663.43 (according to my cc). btw not include tax. I choose the standard shipping. knowing HK sellers I may not have to pay any taxes..
ordered 6GB RAM/128GB version from HK seller. already got my dispatch email. ETA mid June
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HTC 10 from eglobalcentral.co.uk for £300.00

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£300.00 @ eGlobal Central
Found this whilst looking for a deal for one of my friends. NOTE: This is probably imported from china, so you probably won't get a valid warranty and it may be difficult to return it! The HTC 10: I… Read More
Found this whilst looking for a deal for one of my friends. NOTE: This is probably imported from china, so you probably won't get a valid warranty and it may be difficult to return it! The HTC 10: I…
armandbernard1995 Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago8 Comments
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shadydeallikes
It is a great phone and a great price, but a very very expensive gamble if the manufacturers warranty won't be honoured in this country. How much would it cost to take out insurance for this?
£6/m it seems. (tinhat.co.uk)
ms84
I'm getting fed up with those deals from eglobal ... you see htc 10 @ 300 and you think woo and then disappointment straight away - **** that's them :(
Sorry bud. I'll watch it from now on.
I'm getting fed up with those deals from eglobal ... you see htc 10 @ 300 and you think woo and then disappointment straight away - **** that's them :(
It is a great phone and a great price, but a very very expensive gamble if the manufacturers warranty won't be honoured in this country. How much would it cost to take out insurance for this?
Doublehelpings
I've used eglobalcentral a couple of times for phones because of the price. I wouldn't buy anything expensive from them - £250 limit for me - as their reputation isn't the best when things go wrong.
Fair enough. If it was only like £20-50 difference I would just go with a more reputable seller, but this is pretty big.
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HTC U11 - Mobiles.co.uk £27.99/m £125 upfront EE - £796.76

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£796.76 @ EE
Unlimited mins / texts 3gb data Think you get BT Sport free on your mobile too for either 3 or 12 months. Potentially a further £20 TCB or Quidco too. Read More
Unlimited mins / texts 3gb data Think you get BT Sport free on your mobile too for either 3 or 12 months. Potentially a further £20 TCB or Quidco too.
crazygoog Avatar4w, 5h agoFound 4 weeks, 5 hours ago12 Comments
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It's really unhelpful for people to vote this cold and not provide an alternative, especially when others are trying to find the "hottest" deal.

They should implement something that asks for an alternative when ever someone votes cold otherwise the vote doesn't count
if you tweet htc on twitter asking about some kind of discount on htc u11 they apparently direct message you and give you £50 off. worth a try !
It's a shame it got so many undeserved cold votes!
Even sim free, direct from HTC, you are looking at £584. And a sim only deal with similar data would cost you £120 a year.
Sadly any phone that costs > £200, or is Apple, or isn't Apple, or comes from China gets cold votes on HUKD.
Great phone, great deal, HOT
Not sure why I even bothered posting this deal. Ridiculous amounts of cold votes, yet nobody has produced anything better on this phone.
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HTC U11 on Pay Monthly *Link at the bottom* O2 Unlimited calls and texts with 6 GB data. (Effectively £33.99** per month) or with 20 GB deal ends wednesday* (Effectively £39.16** per month) for extra £5.17** £815.76

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£815.76 @ Carphone Warehouse
£169.99 upfront. (after 30 days making it 119.99* from cashback sounds less) £29 per month. £50.00* cashback. ~ within 30 days of your contract starting. Effectively = 815.76* Delivery by 01 Ju… Read More
£169.99 upfront. (after 30 days making it 119.99* from cashback sounds less) £29 per month. £50.00* cashback. ~ within 30 days of your contract starting. Effectively = 815.76* Delivery by 01 Ju…
idrishussainw7 Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago16 Comments
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killabyte
idrishussainw7
killabyte
Not sure why this isn't getting any hotter...
It's cheaply priced compared to the s8
i know right lol
I've purchased mine. Delivery date is 6th June! Can't wait!!!
works out to be £33.99 per month. or £39.16 for 20 gb.
killabyte
idrishussainw7
killabyte
Not sure why this isn't getting any hotter...
It's cheaply priced compared to the s8
i know right lol
I've purchased mine. Delivery date is 6th June! Can't wait!!!
works out to be £33.99 per month. or £39.16 for 20 gb.
killabyte
idrishussainw7
killabyte
Not sure why this isn't getting any hotter...
It's cheaply priced compared to the s8
i know right lol
I've purchased mine. Delivery date is 6th June! Can't wait!!!
I really want to purchase it aswell but recently got note 5 for £260 and already have Axon 7, haha.
idrishussainw7
killabyte
Not sure why this isn't getting any hotter...
It's cheaply priced compared to the s8
i know right lol

I've purchased mine. Delivery date is 6th June! Can't wait!!!
killabyte
Not sure why this isn't getting any hotter...
It's cheaply priced compared to the s8
i know right lol
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HTC U 11 with 10% off if you join HTC Club - £584.00

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£584.00 @ HTC (mobile)
HTC U 11 released on 16-May and now taking pre-orders for shipping from 01-June onwards. If you join HTC Club (http://www.htc.com/uk/newsletter/), you get 10% off the retail price. This sends an emai… Read More
HTC U 11 released on 16-May and now taking pre-orders for shipping from 01-June onwards. If you join HTC Club (http://www.htc.com/uk/newsletter/), you get 10% off the retail price. This sends an emai…
lokesh221 Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago127 Comments
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anyone got theres from htc
whats the return situation if i dont like it from htc web
Has anyone ordered through the HTC club? What sort of delivery date is it giving cos on the website it just says June!!

Edited By: clairehark on Jun 02, 2017 15:43
MA3STRO
ShortyRees
MA3STRO
I've not been able to sign up.
I keep getting the error message "STALE_LOGIN_REQUEST" when attempting to register.
It's £599.99 at Carphone Warehouse. It's £649.99 at Amazon, but I've emailed them asking if they will price match.
I'm having the same issue. Any luck with Amazon?

No. I've sent them two separate emails asking if they will price match as I want to buy from Amazon. Both times I got a standard "We try and price our products competitively" type email that didn't even mention the HTC U11 phone I had asked about.

I was hoping they would drop their price, but if not, I'll probably buy from Car Phone Warehouse (unless the oneplus 5 gets announced over the next few days).


Got it! Created HTC club subscription via website, 24 hrs later got email to discount.
Can anyone recommend a fast reliable micro SD card that's compatible with this? Minimum 64gb...
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HTC 10 - Topaz gold - £269.00 delivered - Amazon.de

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£269.00 @ Amazon Germany
Stumbled upon this deal at Amazon.de, the HTC 10 in Topaz Gold for only 299 euros making it around £259. Converted + shipping makes it around £269. Seems to be still around £460 at Amazon UK. Su… Read More
Stumbled upon this deal at Amazon.de, the HTC 10 in Topaz Gold for only 299 euros making it around £259. Converted + shipping makes it around £269. Seems to be still around £460 at Amazon UK. Su…
Googer80 Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago4 Comments
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Damn, needed a new phone
oos
HTC good for me. Bargain.
I stumbled because it's HTC. No Thanks :)
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HTC Vive VR Creative Gaming Headset Virtual Reality £748.98 @ awd-it

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HTC Vive VR Creative Gaming Headset Virtual Reality Vive is brought to you by HTC and Valve. Uniting passion, talent, and innovation, Vive delivers on the promise of VR with best-in-class technology Read More
HTC Vive VR Creative Gaming Headset Virtual Reality Vive is brought to you by HTC and Valve. Uniting passion, talent, and innovation, Vive delivers on the promise of VR with best-in-class technology
the_ghost Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago4 Comments
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E3 in coming next week, you would be mad to not wait another week to see if any of the present VR headsets have either a price cut or revisions coming from this years E3.
brand new?
Can be had for almost £100 cheaper on Ebay.
i know it is expensive but don't vote old unless u can find cheaper that's the point of this site lol
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Refurbished HTC One M9 32gb Unlocked. £179.99 delivered from Music Magpie

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£179.99 @ Music Magpie
Dual-tone all-metal body features mirrored edges that are ergonomically tapered to effortlessly fit your grip. Its unibody back is curved to achieve the streamlined look and feel of the iconic HTC One… Read More
Dual-tone all-metal body features mirrored edges that are ergonomically tapered to effortlessly fit your grip. Its unibody back is curved to achieve the streamlined look and feel of the iconic HTC One…
HankHandsome Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago21 Comments
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I've owned the M9 for over 2 years with heavy usage and it stand up well to the abuse. Battery life isn't brilliant, camera is fine but it's still lightening fast (now with Nougat) and the audio quality from headphones is decent.
I'm not particularly bothered about the brand of the handset. I'm looking more towards something that's got a decent enough hardware specification that it'll still be able to function without issue in a few years time and still run the majority of stuff on the play store, obviously barring any unforseen issues.
Go for the M8 over the M9 at a better condition too (If you absolutely must have a HTC handset @ under £200) Very good M8 vs Good M9 condition. Then maybe flash a rom to put it in Nougat.

£123.99 - V Good
http://store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/htc-one-m8-16gb-silver-unlocked-989bd815-f50c-4578-9e01-4fe415469194

If stock runs out good condition has more stock - £121.99:
http://store.musicmagpie.co.uk/products/htc-one-m8-grey-grey-unlocked
jayd95
HankHandsome
Just found out that the Wileyfox line are getting Android 7 pushed to them over the default Cyanogen OS which makes them a lot more desirable at the price they are.
Way too underpowered the Swift 2 X costs over £200 yet comes with a snapdragon 430!!.
The only phones to getting this price range is the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 or Lenovo P2

i'm not really a fan of extra large handsets. the 6s is 4.7 inches and both of those are 5.5 which is too big
HankHandsome
Just found out that the Wileyfox line are getting Android 7 pushed to them over the default Cyanogen OS which makes them a lot more desirable at the price they are.
Way too underpowered the Swift 2 X costs over £200 yet comes with a snapdragon 430!!.

The only phones to getting this price range is the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 or Lenovo P2
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HTC 10 - £333.99 @ eGlobal Central

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£333.99 @ eGlobal Central
Found a black HTC 10 on eglobal central for £333.99. Never used this site so can't vouch for it but seems like a great deal to me Read More
Found a black HTC 10 on eglobal central for £333.99. Never used this site so can't vouch for it but seems like a great deal to me
livo86 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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OrribleHarry
robodan918
HTC... Now there's a name I've not heard in a long time
Here on planet earth is a household name
Agreed. Must have been living on planet Zorg. Hopefully the HTC U 11 coming soon will be a big seller.
robodan918
HTC... Now there's a name I've not heard in a long time

Here on planet earth is a household name
ElgyVeeten
Why every single eGlobalCentral thread gets cold? Bought my LG G4 back in the day, no issues whatsoever. Have you got "European warranty" - no, did you pay less - yes. Clear?


Because it's not clear and for any of the eglobal deals I've seen the slight discount is not worth the loss of warranty which I assume is why people are voting them cold.
Why every single eGlobalCentral thread gets cold? Bought my LG G4 back in the day, no issues whatsoever. Have you got "European warranty" - no, did you pay less - yes. Clear?
These phones are grey imports with no eu warranty or support, while you may be able to get help from your credit card company it's not straightforward at all (had friends tried this route with grey imports and didn't get anywhere) and the considerably increased hassle if there's a problem with the device should be weighed against the saving.
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HTC 10 refurbished £591.75 total unlim min txt 2GB data £591.75 @ Mobile phones direct

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£591.75 @ MobilePhones Direct
If anyone finds a better deal please comment. Read More
If anyone finds a better deal please comment.
Sammyfoxy Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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Put the wrong deal down, but this genius site won't let me delete it...

Edited By: Sammyfoxy on Apr 30, 2017 18:35: .
Refurbished too, bleh...
2GB data nothing. Makes this deal poor in my opinion.
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MSI 1080 HTC Gaming Plus £519.98 / £525.46 delivered @ Scan

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£519.98 @ Scan
Twenty Eight pounds off normal price. But also with a good cash back promo. Free carriage available from forums. About five pounds otherwise. Found this on http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly so will pr… Read More
Twenty Eight pounds off normal price. But also with a good cash back promo. Free carriage available from forums. About five pounds otherwise. Found this on http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly so will pr…
bryan_turner Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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seems they fixed pictures and description so this is MSI GTX 1080 GAMING X PLUS for £503.99 with cashback and free game - good deal
Its £503.99 , but still not sure what model is this
ritchiedrama
RufusG
Is this Gaming Plus or Gaming X Plus?
If you had clicked the link, you'd see it is the Gaming X.
This is a decent deal, £43 cash back and MSI have always honoured that with any product I've bought from them & also a free game which you COULD sell to someone who had a GPU that qualifies for it if you really wanted to.
Yes its Gaming X Plus in title, but pictures show Gaming Plus ,without X, and clocks are not for Gaming X version

Edited By: RufusG on Apr 30, 2017 20:31: other
RufusG
Is this Gaming Plus or Gaming X Plus?

If you had clicked the link, you'd see it is the Gaming X.

This is a decent deal, £43 cash back and MSI have always honoured that with any product I've bought from them & also a free game which you COULD sell to someone who had a GPU that qualifies for it if you really wanted to.

Edited By: ritchiedrama on Apr 30, 2017 18:55
Is this Gaming Plus or Gaming X Plus?
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HTC 10 SIM FREE "used" - like new (ie new return) - £396.81 @ amazon warehouse

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£396.81 @ Amazon
Will be brand new return - grab a "bargain" - can always return for free if not new! Scroll down the list to "like new" listings. LIKE NEW = USER RETURNED SEALED 99% OF THE TIME! CHEAPEST AVAIL… Read More
Will be brand new return - grab a "bargain" - can always return for free if not new! Scroll down the list to "like new" listings. LIKE NEW = USER RETURNED SEALED 99% OF THE TIME! CHEAPEST AVAIL…
Babbler Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago18 Comments
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LOL - Cheaper than the Sainsbury deal yet that one got loads of heat this one gets negative. Go figure.
I just want to know what they said in the Sainsbury's store when you asked for a second hand phone
This WONT BE second hand - guess people dont use amazon warehouse. There is a small % chance it will be but its free returns.
I have bought lots of used - like new and usually they are brand new sealed items.
IT WILL be second hand otherwise it wouldn't be sold as a Warehouse deal!
Jesus some folks don't understand what's classed as second hand these days. To enlighten you, if someone opens the box and breaks any manufacturers seal the product is second hand. Yes it may not have been used but it's still not technically brand new.
Add to that the FACT that warehouse deals are a lottery and you can get used, damaged or items missing it's not a sure fire guarantee you'll get something immaculate and complete no matter how much you personally vouch for Amazon.
As an example of my recent experiences, which you'll no doubt argue aren't relevant, I purchased a 28" monitor via warehouse deals, described as damaged box but item has no marks and is complete, and it was as described. Albeit it was definitely used even if briefly. Just last weekend I had delivered a high end bluray player described again as box damaged but item as new - this time around it arrived in an immaculate box but the bluray player casing was coming apart, there were scratches all over it and no remote, accessories or cables. It got posted right back to Amazon for a refund.
So you're experience may be either very fortunate or you're over egging Amazon warehouse for hot votes in my opinion.
Sorry... but no...
Ive bought lots from warehouse "like new"... they are BRAND NEW SEALED! With the manufacturer seal still on or the clingfilm still wrapped on it.
They are simply customer returns that are not to be resold as new.
But then wtfdik - Ive only had about 6 brand new items from warehouse that were "like new"...
Oh and its FREE RETURNS so if you can put up with the hassle who cares.
In fact amazon have in the past refunded me and said dont worry about returning it...

Okay based upon your experience it would appear that you've been very fortunate up until now with what you've purchased and what has subsequently been delivered. Fair play and I can't knock that!

I'm not suggesting Amazon Warehouse deals aren't worth the bother but I am saying you can get unlucky and nothing is guaranteed - you take your chances. True it's not a massive hassle when they have to go back and I haven't yet had an issue with that (touch wood).

The only slight annoyance in my recent experience was what I had purchased subsequently went back up in price for the brand new equivalent right before I knew I would need to re-purchase. Saying I was slightly miffed was an understatement!
DAZZ2000
Babbler
zizzles
Babbler
LOL - Cheaper than the Sainsbury deal yet that one got loads of heat this one gets negative. Go figure.
I just want to know what they said in the Sainsbury's store when you asked for a second hand phone
This WONT BE second hand - guess people dont use amazon warehouse. There is a small % chance it will be but its free returns.
I have bought lots of used - like new and usually they are brand new sealed items.
IT WILL be second hand otherwise it wouldn't be sold as a Warehouse deal!
Jesus some folks don't understand what's classed as second hand these days. To enlighten you, if someone opens the box and breaks any manufacturers seal the product is second hand. Yes it may not have been used but it's still not technically brand new.
Add to that the FACT that warehouse deals are a lottery and you can get used, damaged or items missing it's not a sure fire guarantee you'll get something immaculate and complete no matter how much you personally vouch for Amazon.
As an example of my recent experiences, which you'll no doubt argue aren't relevant, I purchased a 28" monitor via warehouse deals, described as damaged box but item has no marks and is complete, and it was as described. Albeit it was definitely used even if briefly. Just last weekend I had delivered a high end bluray player described again as box damaged but item as new - this time around it arrived in an immaculate box but the bluray player casing was coming apart, there were scratches all over it and no remote, accessories or cables. It got posted right back to Amazon for a refund.
So you're experience may be either very fortunate or you're over egging Amazon warehouse for hot votes in my opinion.


Sorry... but no...

Ive bought lots from warehouse "like new"... they are BRAND NEW SEALED! With the manufacturer seal still on or the clingfilm still wrapped on it.

They are simply customer returns that are not to be resold as new.

But then wtfdik - Ive only had about 6 brand new items from warehouse that were "like new"...

Oh and its FREE RETURNS so if you can put up with the hassle who cares.

In fact amazon have in the past refunded me and said dont worry about returning it...



Edited By: Babbler on May 16, 2017 08:22
Babbler
zizzles
Babbler
LOL - Cheaper than the Sainsbury deal yet that one got loads of heat this one gets negative. Go figure.
I just want to know what they said in the Sainsbury's store when you asked for a second hand phone
This WONT BE second hand - guess people dont use amazon warehouse. There is a small % chance it will be but its free returns.
I have bought lots of used - like new and usually they are brand new sealed items.

IT WILL be second hand otherwise it wouldn't be sold as a Warehouse deal!

Jesus some folks don't understand what's classed as second hand these days. To enlighten you, if someone opens the box and breaks any manufacturers seal the product is second hand. Yes it may not have been used but it's still not technically brand new.

Add to that the FACT that warehouse deals are a lottery and you can get used, damaged or items missing it's not a sure fire guarantee you'll get something immaculate and complete no matter how much you personally vouch for Amazon.

As an example of my recent experiences, which you'll no doubt argue aren't relevant, I purchased a 28" monitor via warehouse deals, described as damaged box but item has no marks and is complete, and it was as described. Albeit it was definitely used even if briefly. Just last weekend I had delivered a high end bluray player described again as box damaged but item as new - this time around it arrived in an immaculate box but the bluray player casing was coming apart, there were scratches all over it and no remote, accessories or cables. It got posted right back to Amazon for a refund.

So you're experience may be either very fortunate or you're over egging Amazon warehouse for hot votes in my opinion.
Someone liked the deal as all gone now.
Been a while since there has been a post from an Amazon fanboy. I just cannot understand why people are so obsessed with Amazon - just as good/bad as any other online retailer. Personally would much rather buy from someone who uses DPB for deliveries - especially for high ticket items, Amazon might well drop it off to someone 100 yards down the road who you have never met before.
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Batman Arkham VR (PC) HTC Vive/Oculus Rift £11.99 @ Bundle Stars

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"Please note: This is a Pre-Purchase offer. You will receive your key immediately and the game will unlock on Steam on the release date Batman™: Arkham VR immerses you in the Dark Knight's Univers… Read More
"Please note: This is a Pre-Purchase offer. You will receive your key immediately and the game will unlock on Steam on the release date Batman™: Arkham VR immerses you in the Dark Knight's Univers…
DannyRea Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
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£9.59 if you buy their new VR bundle, 10 games for £4.59 plus a 20% off code for another VR game, can verify it works. 3 days left for the £11.99 price it says.

https://www.bundlestars.com/en/bundle/pure-vr-bundle
DannyRea
Moonky
Game is only an hour long :P
Still the cheapest price available and not only that, the content is well worth the price imo. Best VR game I've played.

Better than the likes of robo recall, superhot, arizona sunshine?
DannyRea
Moonky
Game is only an hour long :P
Still the cheapest price available and not only that, the content is well worth the price imo. Best VR game I've played.
What makes it the best VR game you've played and which games have you played?
MikeIrvine
Does the SPRING10 discount code work on this?
"* SPRING10 discount voucher is not available for use on bundles or orders under $2 / £2 / €2 / CAD$2.50. Pre-purchases and Star Deals are excluded. Other exceptions may apply."

It's not working at the moment, so seems it might be flagged as pre-purchase still even though the game is released today
Robzillar
7 Minutes until the offer ends^^
Oddly it's now 7 days left
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Sim free HTC 10 £399.00 @ phone shop by sainsbury`s

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the HTC 10 is £399 from phoneshopbysainsbury`s currently great underated phone dont forget your nectar points Read More
the HTC 10 is £399 from phoneshopbysainsbury`s currently great underated phone dont forget your nectar points
daydotz Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago72 Comments
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Dojoh
dark_shadow
bro631
my one is working no issues
Until it happens. And if it's out of warranty. Then you're in tears.
Like both me and my wife and millions others. LG left a very sour taste in my mouth as LG G4 was honestly one of the best phones I've ever owned.
LG extended the warranty to 2 years on the G4 due to the bootloop issues. They fixed mine a couple months ago, only took a week and the service was excellent
mine took 1 day to fix. Collected on a Wednesday and returned to me fixed Friday morning!

Edited By: Speculator on May 08, 2017 11:26
cantonbean
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cantonbean
daBluone
Torn between this and graded S7 edge
Hardware is better on the S7 Edge bar the DAC. However the amount of bloatware on a Samsung phone means resetting it every 3 months and constantly being harassed. I owned and Edge but sold it. Buy this or the OnePlus 3T or iPhone. Hardware is nothing without software. HTC listened to their customers and this runs near stock android with most apps being google defaults. It even has some extra cool features like AirPlay. Shame it isn't waterproof. I've used many different versions of android and the only ones apart from stock worth it are the OnePlus variety or this phone.
I've had my S7 Edge for nearly a year and never had to reset it. I had no trouble disabling any bloatware and notifications. I only get notifications for things I want like emails, SMS, calls etc. Each to their own though. :)
Heat for a good price on a good phone still, especially for audiophiles.
If you are used to stock android or iOS you would have! Check out all the reviewers doing 6 month to 1 years reviews. They all say the same as me and it has even put some of them off the S8 (they mention it in their reviews and yes my was the Samsung chip variety). My Nexus 6 runs better then my S7 Edge (in fact it has got better with the last two android version with Doze etc). Any person who has run a Sasmung phone after using stock or very lightly tweaked android vs Samsung bloatware would be saying the same. There are some things you just can't disable if you are using the apps like S health.

I'm not saying you're wrong, just that my experience differs from yours. I've had a nexus phone and used custom ROMs on various phones so I'm familiar with stock android.

S Health is easy enough to disable in the application manager, but can't say I noticed any difference before and after disabling it. I must admit that I find it odd that anyone would complain about bloatware when they are using bloatware though. :) Disable S Health and then make comparisons with stock android, but don't complain about a phone because of a pre-installed app that can easily be turned off.

My S7 edge runs great, doesn't harass me and hasn't needed a reset. Don't get me wrong I'm no fan of bloatware, but if you have the option of disabling and silencing it then I don't think it's a big problem, especially when you have a micro SD card to expand storage if you're worried about the space it uses. I avoided the S6 for the lack of expandable storage and the Nexus phone was my biggest regret for this same reason. I ended up giving it to my wife lol.
HTC 10 used - like new - in original packaging - £398 from amazon warehouse:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01DO2NGI8/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used&m=A2OAJ7377F756P
New HTC out imminently (was going to be called ocean which was a good name but now HTC 11 U?). So prices will drop for this everywhere...

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/139054-htc-u-11-ocean-what-s-the-story-on-htc-s-next-flagship

The S7 Edge was 450 brand new from amazon warehouse last week... nearly went for that but decided to wait for prices to drop.

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Mostly Positive (72% of 48 reviews) Defend your ship and fight pirates in Virtual Reality with the HTC VIVE! In V ARRR you try to hunt down the biggest ship of all. On this dangerous journey you… Read More
Mostly Positive (72% of 48 reviews) Defend your ship and fight pirates in Virtual Reality with the HTC VIVE! In V ARRR you try to hunt down the biggest ship of all. On this dangerous journey you…
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Game title gag alone is worth a couple of quid. Thanks OP!
Hadn't actually heard of this one but the reviews look good enough and it deserves the £1.39 just for the incredibly bad pun doubling as a title.
Saw this when it was released but reviewers said it was a bit pricey for what it is, but now it's a great price, thanks OP!
Thanks, OP.
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HTC Vive AND Vive ready computer bundle, now just £1,250.00!

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The HTC Vive computer bundle was around £1500, but just checked today and it's now just £1250! A great time to buy one! The computer spec looks OK to, and when you consider £750 for the Vive, gett…
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The pc spec is very average possibly worse than average after spending that much on the headset you would cheap out on the pc. Doesn't make any sense
Darkeru
obsydian
I tried the Oculus version in JL yesterday was pretty good (especially thw demo included a climbing app) but to be honest I was very disappointed with the graphics as it was no better than what I recall my Samsung VR was, is this any better. Also the cable is Irrating but then not advisable to stand or walk.

I'd suggest you get down to one of the PC World/Curry's that are offering free Vive demos and have a try before you buy, since it's a significant expense.

http://locator.vive.com

When I tried Vive and Oculus Touch, I found the Vive better in all ways (particularly room scale) except for comfort. That said, neither is brilliant for detailed graphics, so it tends to work better with games that stick with less realistic styles.





Thanks but that was my point I was hoping for far better graphics for the significantly higher cost. Agree these headsets are so immersion you overlook it but the cost is oO
obsydian
I tried the Oculus version in JL yesterday was pretty good (especially thw demo included a climbing app) but to be honest I was very disappointed with the graphics as it was no better than what I recall my Samsung VR was, is this any better. Also the cable is Irrating but then not advisable to stand or walk.

I'd suggest you get down to one of the PC World/Curry's that are offering free Vive demos and have a try before you buy, since it's a significant expense.

http://locator.vive.com

When I tried Vive and Oculus Touch, I found the Vive better in all ways (particularly room scale) except for comfort. That said, neither is brilliant for detailed graphics, so it tends to work better with games that stick with less realistic styles.




Edited By: Darkeru on Apr 16, 2017 17:19
I tried the Oculus version in JL yesterday was pretty good (especially thw demo included a climbing app) but to be honest I was very disappointed with the graphics as it was no better than what I recall my Samsung VR was, is this any better. Also the cable is Irrating but then not advisable to stand or walk.
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Going cold because even in the face of non-China phones, this is terrible.
HTC have been woeful since the M8

I would go even further back, with every single manufacturer releasing highend larger phones (5.5 inches or bigger) HTCs latest, the u ultra is a flop in every respect, reviews, price, materials etc but what was the other highend phablet they released before this? the one max, commercially released in 2013.

HTC don't know what they are doing, wasting resource in VR, not even doing enough research to copy current market trends, its a real shame since i really like blinkfeed
Any code for HTC 10 ?
Chiptivo
OrribleHarry
Showing as £289, has it expired?
Use code A9SUK to get price

Ooops yes your correct missed that.
OrribleHarry
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Steam VR sale HTC Vive, Oculus rift & OSVR """GAMES""" @steam

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Another link to all VR games on offer http://store.steampowered.com/search/?vrsupport=101&os=win&specials=1 So My personal choice's i'll add. HoloBall 66% was £10.99 now £3.73 http:/…
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I don't have a VR setup, but here's a search to find 'free to play', 'single player' 'VR Only' games on Steam (once in a while 'free to play' games aren poorly tagged and aren't free), ordered by review:
http://store.steampowered.com/search/?sort_by=Reviews_DESC&tags=113&category3=2&vrsupport=401
and 'VR Supported'
http://store.steampowered.com/search/?sort_by=Reviews_DESC&tags=113&category3=2&vrsupport=402
Ellendel
geebeegooner
Ellendel
I had to come back and strongly recommend soundboxing. That thing is b***dy awesome, and absolutely hilarious (I just spent about 20 minutes trying to get a solid highscore on the Skyrim Theme).
I don't even usually like rhythm games, but now at some point I sense I'm going to have to explain to my roommate why I punched through my computer in the middle of the night.
Also works well on rift despite not being listed as compatible.
It's an excellent game, I don't know why I didn't list that.
I was lucky and got to beta test (and keep) it.
One guy on the internet used it as a way of losing weight.
He lost a shed load.
Nice!
I can imagine that it would be good for getting fit. I though it was really clever the way that you can play, and do well, just by getting continuous chains, but you get more points (and explosions) for hitting them more enthusiastically, so people can kind of scale up. Such good design!
Any favourite tracks?

I go for mainly dance tracks.
Shouldn't do as my kids hate my taste in music being nearly 40 years old X)
geebeegooner
Ellendel
I had to come back and strongly recommend soundboxing. That thing is b***dy awesome, and absolutely hilarious (I just spent about 20 minutes trying to get a solid highscore on the Skyrim Theme).
I don't even usually like rhythm games, but now at some point I sense I'm going to have to explain to my roommate why I punched through my computer in the middle of the night.
Also works well on rift despite not being listed as compatible.
It's an excellent game, I don't know why I didn't list that.
I was lucky and got to beta test (and keep) it.
One guy on the internet used it as a way of losing weight.
He lost a shed load.

Nice!

I can imagine that it would be good for getting fit. I though it was really clever the way that you can play, and do well, just by getting continuous chains, but you get more points (and explosions) for hitting them more enthusiastically, so people can kind of scale up. Such good design!

Any favourite tracks?
Ellendel
I had to come back and strongly recommend soundboxing. That thing is b***dy awesome, and absolutely hilarious (I just spent about 20 minutes trying to get a solid highscore on the Skyrim Theme).
I don't even usually like rhythm games, but now at some point I sense I'm going to have to explain to my roommate why I punched through my computer in the middle of the night.
Also works well on rift despite not being listed as compatible.

It's an excellent game, I don't know why I didn't list that.
I was lucky and got to beta test (and keep) it.
One guy on the internet used it as a way of losing weight.
He lost a shed load.
I had to come back and strongly recommend soundboxing. That thing is b***dy awesome, and absolutely hilarious (I just spent about 20 minutes trying to get a solid highscore on the Skyrim Theme).

I don't even usually like rhythm games, but now at some point I sense I'm going to have to explain to my roommate why I punched through my computer in the middle of the night.

Also works well on rift despite not being listed as compatible.
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Get £100 off HTC VIVE from 5th April £658.99 @ Scan

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Probably not everyones ideal price but stilk cheapest around. Also it doesn't show delivery fee so probably free delivery as well. HTC Vive Virtual Reality Headset, with 2 Wireless Controllers + Mo…
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Skyhiigh
Great device, better than anything else at the moment. Can't wait to see what happens in the next 5 years tech wise.
You also need a decent card, like a 1080 to get the most out of this.
6600k & 1050 ti - would that run a vive well?

I don't want to thread spoil on this, and totally understand some people might only want one headset, and not the other but... you meet the minimum specs for the Rift (a gtx 960 - the 1050ti is probably a touch better in VR I expect due to recent gen optimisations).

So if it doesn't matter to you which headset you get, you could always pick up a Rift and use your existing system (with the understanding that you would have to keep the graphical settings on the low side for some games).

It's about £600 all in, and comes with about £100 worth of free software (inc games), but if you want proper roomscale, you need to buy another sensor. The tracking isn't (objectively) quite as good, but you don't have to worry about reflections from mirrors etc, and the rift controllers are (subjectively) considered to be better by many. With the optics, it's probably close enough that it really doesn't matter.
charleaward81
geebeegooner
charleaward81
geebeegooner
charleaward81
bra1ne
Yeah sorry just found that info... bummer as wont have money till end of the month!
If really wanting one due to this saving, yoru profile shows you are Northampton which is pretty close to us. So, If seriously wanting one, we will buy one and you can buy it from us end of month for price paid.
Just let us know
One of the nicest things I've seen on the internet.
Props to you.
Thank you. Though there is some ulterior motive, bonus is they live in the same town and we have over £650 worth of gift cards left over we are struggling to spend. If it gets something someone may really want but not willing to fork out full price then least we could do is offer.
But then the irony is we bought Vive almost 3 weeks ago for £759, even mentioned on here whether a price reduction may happen before buying and most said probably not and no word on internet whether HTC would respond to Rift price decrease so just ended up buying it. Just before that purchase we did it exactly same with Rift and bought that the day before they dropped £100 of their product.
It's always a hard one to predict regarding price drops.
Hopefully you get taken up on the offer as it's win win for the pair of you.
How you finding the vive?
I've not been on mine proper for a while but broke it out on Friday when my Mrs best pal came round with her kid.
They was on it all night.
John wick being there favourite.
Getting the usual "how much", "I would never leave the house", "I want one", "you're lucky".:D
How we finding vive, well its needs hell of a lot more room than the rift. Even though measuring our playspace it exceeds vive's minimum, but when mapping it out with controller during setup it wouldn't accept it so had to fudge it slightly, this just means kids end up face planting sofa as they trip and fall face first.
Overall, I have only used it once playing on the lab, I had previously played on Oculus Demo and that was amazing feeling except standing on that metal railing and looking down. We noted a few times tracking issues with rift but with the vive its never noticed. Quill on vive is much easier, at least in my opinion and VR desktop is amazing concept.
Kids love it, paranormal activity scares the pooh out of them as does Dont knock twice but due to revive they can both play robo recall on vive which has so far cost up one table lamp and a lamp shade.
My other half has played it loads that was until he played Minecraft one night, it made him physically sick and had really bad nights sleep. Wouldn't recommend that game, my 15 year old lasted minutes before he couldn't play anymore.
But neither rift or vive purchase was my choice, not my money to waste but as a sceptic I was wooed and amazed from brief time I have used both VR headsets.
But watching a 15 year old wet himself on paranormal activity and a 7 year old arguing with floating robot squares on job simulator it is a really nice piece of kit, for 2 boys at complete logger heads constantly its the only thing we have that gets them both together in same room laughing and playing together and sharing goes without an imminent MMA fight looming.
Its just so expensive given what other hardware you need.

I'm struggling with my play space, live in a bog standard terrace and my pc is in the front room.
Many of times my mirror has nearly been smashed which I have to cover up due to it messing up my tracking.
Just feel like I'm not getting the full benefit of the room scale.
Minecraft for vive(craft) my son had a go on it and his mates and where shocked how good it was.
Just the sense of scale it's unreal.
Not tried paranormal activity yet but I finished resi on psvr and loved it, can't wait till next year to play it again on the vive.
Proper got my heart racing.
Cost is expensive, I already had a gaming pc anyway but for first time buyers it's a ton load to be putting down.
I find when I show people it for the first time better than actually playing it, just love some of the reactions from people who had opinions on it being rubbish.
charleaward81
geebeegooner
charleaward81
geebeegooner
charleaward81
bra1ne
Yeah sorry just found that info... bummer as wont have money till end of the month!
If really wanting one due to this saving, yoru profile shows you are Northampton which is pretty close to us. So, If seriously wanting one, we will buy one and you can buy it from us end of month for price paid.
Just let us know
One of the nicest things I've seen on the internet.
Props to you.
Thank you. Though there is some ulterior motive, bonus is they live in the same town and we have over £650 worth of gift cards left over we are struggling to spend. If it gets something someone may really want but not willing to fork out full price then least we could do is offer.
But then the irony is we bought Vive almost 3 weeks ago for £759, even mentioned on here whether a price reduction may happen before buying and most said probably not and no word on internet whether HTC would respond to Rift price decrease so just ended up buying it. Just before that purchase we did it exactly same with Rift and bought that the day before they dropped £100 of their product.
It's always a hard one to predict regarding price drops.
Hopefully you get taken up on the offer as it's win win for the pair of you.
How you finding the vive?
I've not been on mine proper for a while but broke it out on Friday when my Mrs best pal came round with her kid.
They was on it all night.
John wick being there favourite.
Getting the usual "how much", "I would never leave the house", "I want one", "you're lucky".:D
How we finding vive, well its needs hell of a lot more room than the rift. Even though measuring our playspace it exceeds vive's minimum, but when mapping it out with controller during setup it wouldn't accept it so had to fudge it slightly, this just means kids end up face planting sofa as they trip and fall face first.
Overall, I have only used it once playing on the lab, I had previously played on Oculus Demo and that was amazing feeling except standing on that metal railing and looking down. We noted a few times tracking issues with rift but with the vive its never noticed. Quill on vive is much easier, at least in my opinion and VR desktop is amazing concept.
Kids love it, paranormal activity scares the pooh out of them as does Dont knock twice but due to revive they can both play robo recall on vive which has so far cost up one table lamp and a lamp shade.
My other half has played it loads that was until he played Minecraft one night, it made him physically sick and had really bad nights sleep. Wouldn't recommend that game, my 15 year old lasted minutes before he couldn't play anymore.
But neither rift or vive purchase was my choice, not my money to waste but as a sceptic I was wooed and amazed from brief time I have used both VR headsets.
But watching a 15 year old wet himself on paranormal activity and a 7 year old arguing with floating robot squares on job simulator it is a really nice piece of kit, for 2 boys at complete logger heads constantly its the only thing we have that gets them both together in same room laughing and playing together and sharing goes without an imminent MMA fight looming.
Its just so expensive given what other hardware you need.

That sounds so funny reading your story.
Had a few beers but tagging to reply in the yesterday :-P
Btw don't miss the sale's and a few games I'm giving away ;)
geebeegooner
charleaward81
geebeegooner
charleaward81
bra1ne
Yeah sorry just found that info... bummer as wont have money till end of the month!
If really wanting one due to this saving, yoru profile shows you are Northampton which is pretty close to us. So, If seriously wanting one, we will buy one and you can buy it from us end of month for price paid.
Just let us know
One of the nicest things I've seen on the internet.
Props to you.
Thank you. Though there is some ulterior motive, bonus is they live in the same town and we have over £650 worth of gift cards left over we are struggling to spend. If it gets something someone may really want but not willing to fork out full price then least we could do is offer.
But then the irony is we bought Vive almost 3 weeks ago for £759, even mentioned on here whether a price reduction may happen before buying and most said probably not and no word on internet whether HTC would respond to Rift price decrease so just ended up buying it. Just before that purchase we did it exactly same with Rift and bought that the day before they dropped £100 of their product.
It's always a hard one to predict regarding price drops.
Hopefully you get taken up on the offer as it's win win for the pair of you.
How you finding the vive?
I've not been on mine proper for a while but broke it out on Friday when my Mrs best pal came round with her kid.
They was on it all night.
John wick being there favourite.
Getting the usual "how much", "I would never leave the house", "I want one", "you're lucky".:D

How we finding vive, well its needs hell of a lot more room than the rift. Even though measuring our playspace it exceeds vive's minimum, but when mapping it out with controller during setup it wouldn't accept it so had to fudge it slightly, this just means kids end up face planting sofa as they trip and fall face first.

Overall, I have only used it once playing on the lab, I had previously played on Oculus Demo and that was amazing feeling except standing on that metal railing and looking down. We noted a few times tracking issues with rift but with the vive its never noticed. Quill on vive is much easier, at least in my opinion and VR desktop is amazing concept.

Kids love it, paranormal activity scares the pooh out of them as does Dont knock twice but due to revive they can both play robo recall on vive which has so far cost up one table lamp and a lamp shade.

My other half has played it loads that was until he played Minecraft one night, it made him physically sick and had really bad nights sleep. Wouldn't recommend that game, my 15 year old lasted minutes before he couldn't play anymore.

But neither rift or vive purchase was my choice, not my money to waste but as a sceptic I was wooed and amazed from brief time I have used both VR headsets.

But watching a 15 year old wet himself on paranormal activity and a 7 year old arguing with floating robot squares on job simulator it is a really nice piece of kit, for 2 boys at complete logger heads constantly its the only thing we have that gets them both together in same room laughing and playing together and sharing goes without an imminent MMA fight looming.

Its just so expensive given what other hardware you need.
HHNNNGGG
Got it on scan at 1am, would really have preferred amazon though.
What are the top VR games? I'll sub to viveport.

The Blu to start off with will blow you mind.
Raw data
Google earth
The lab
Bullet sorrow
John wick (this I love but people hate)
Arizona sunshine

Be careful with multiplayer only games as they can die quickly with nobody to play with.
Honestly could go on on.
There's so many excellent free ones.
What I will say is, look at the user review filter.
http://store.steampowered.com/search/?sort_by=Reviews_DESC&vrsupport=101

And see what you like the look of.

Oh and when you get the hang of things get revive and nip over and download oculus store and get there exclusive free games.
Lucky's tail is amazing for free and is probably the best platform game out.



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Anker Stereo Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker (A3143), 20W Output from Two 10W Drivers, Dual Passive Radiators / Subwoofers for Bass, 8-hour Playtime, Portable Bluetooth Speaker for iPhone, iPad, Samsung and More - £33.99 Sold by AnkerDirect / Amazon

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This deal is back on lightning deal amazon.co.uk. So, it should be on for a short time.
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I got this last time round and can't fault it. Nice bass good sound and doesn't distort at all...Not sure why one of the reviews are criticising this. Good luck finding anything better for the price!!
shidahmid
Walshinho
Nor the cheapest ever but a great but of kit. Hot from me
Can't tell if serious or trolling

Definitely serious, meaning not the cheapest that this speaker has ever been. It's been as low as £26 that I've seen, and I've bought one at £29, so yes, it's not the cheapest ever. And, it's a good bit of kit, but for me it's not close to the Bose that many compare it to.
The only bit of Anker kit I've been disappointed with when I tried one sometime back. Horrid low volume distortion, vibration and the bass overriding everything else. Not for those who like a reasonably neutral sound signature.
Try the VicTsing Punker if you've missed this. 20W, subwoofer, 25 hour battery. £28.99 from Amazon. I've had mine for about 6 months and it's pretty good.
Damn, missed it
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HTC Desire 530 Like New O2 Refresh - £57.99

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HTC Desire 530 Like New O2 Refresh Go for the 500MB deal with £9.99 upfront and £13 monthly Airtime - £11 Device plan - £2 The phone element of contract is £2/month x 24 = £48 plus the £9.99 you paid…
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69.99 on pay as u go
They haven't had these for months. They advertise it but it's OOS
reddeviluk
Big risk for such a cheap phone....


Agree
Big risk for such a cheap phone....
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USB Charger Plug, TeckNet PowerZone C3 27W/5.4A 4 Port USB Plug Wall Charger with BLUETEK Smart Charging Technology £8.95 (Prime) / £12.94 (non Prime) Sold by Innovation Goal UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Back About this item Features Fast Charging: Cutting edge BLUETEK technology maximizes compatibility with connected devices to enable charge speeds of up to 2.4 amps per port, 5.4A in total Massiv… Read More
Back About this item Features Fast Charging: Cutting edge BLUETEK technology maximizes compatibility with connected devices to enable charge speeds of up to 2.4 amps per port, 5.4A in total Massiv…
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Very high energy. high spec. Amazing.
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Pavlov VR Steam Save 40% HTC VIVE - £4.19

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PAVLOV Just entered Early access from Alpha stage. A Brilliant FPS shooter game in VR for the HTC VIVE. Bargain price! Very positive reviews on Steam. Read More
PAVLOV Just entered Early access from Alpha stage. A Brilliant FPS shooter game in VR for the HTC VIVE. Bargain price! Very positive reviews on Steam.
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I don't get motion sickness but maybe I'm used to it, spending time in VR will earn your VR Legs. You can set locomotion between touchpad or teleportation, but for me its touchpad. Maintaining a high frame rate helps. I've seen Some VR games where the frame rate starts dropping can cause judder & breaks the immersion or where the environment moves in unexpected direction like floating upside in space as in Adrift can make yah queasy. Gives me a whole new respect for Astronaughts , I can see why the training is so demanding.
Always on the lookout for some good vr, and tempting at the price but he movement mechanic is the nauseating kind. You just can't use standard running around in vr if you're standing/sitting unless there's some interaction there to fool the brain
I've got to work out how to stream a game, some times it's hilariously funny moments I wish I could replay. Out of all the games on steamVR this is a real diamond in the rough, watch it rise up the ranks.
darkstorm
You Tube
Not my review....but I had a lot of fun playing this game, knifing my enemy and stealing his gun, then going for a duel out twin gun shoot out mode.

Cant stand that ****, Joshdub is miles better and rather amusing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWgoqCxUWfU&t=338s
You Tube
Not my review....but I had a lot of fun playing this game, knifing my enemy and stealing his gun, then going for a duel out twin gun shoot out mode.
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Htc 10 3gb EE data £673.76 @ USwitch

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Best deal currently on EE. 3gb data, unlimited calls and texts. £50 upfront . 3 colours available What you’ll pay for your contract Monthly rates are subject to rise during the course of the contr…
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Yup I agree. I bought the phone outright at launch for £500 and have been paying £16 p/m (for 12Gb) on Three.
johnthehuman
It's a nice solid phone and £26 per month isn't bad. For some reason it'll go cold though. HUKD roulette.

Maybe. But with the phone still selling for £450 and upwards, the sim contract works out under £10 per month which is pretty good for 3gb
It's a nice solid phone and £26 per month isn't bad. For some reason it'll go cold though. HUKD roulette.
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HTC 10 unlimited text/minutes + 24GB DATA!!!! Vodafone £32 per mth (£29 after cashback) / 24mths £768.00 @ MobilePhones Direct

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INSANELY GOOD DEAL!! Filter the search Choose 4gb+ in data and no upfront cost its about 6th one down. Sorry wasnt able to put direct link to it for. Some reason Read More
INSANELY GOOD DEAL!! Filter the search Choose 4gb+ in data and no upfront cost its about 6th one down. Sorry wasnt able to put direct link to it for. Some reason
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basically you get from Hongkong...
UK compatible..
anajai
check Venturedirect, I got one for £370.

Was it a UK model I saw them and it looked like an import website
Yes awesome phone. Went for this over the S7 as every phone I've ever owned with a physical home button, the home button has broken.
As these don't have one hopefully will be more reliable.
I took the risk..no problem so for..
anajai
check Venturedirect, I got one for £370.
Thank you ! How reliable is this website ? I have seen this already but decided not to get it, consideration the company's reputation.
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StormForce Wildfire Core I7-6700HQ 8GB 1TB + 128GB SSD GeForce GT940 DVD-RW 15.6 Inch Windows 10 Gaming Laptop (7270-9069) at Laptops Direct for £699.00

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Looks like a good price for an entry level gaming laptop. Any comments greatly received.
tn_warren Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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Would say the slightly higher Stormforce with the 960m would be better, unless you save up a bit more then you could get the HP Omen with the 1050.
Can't find anything on weight or screen resolution :(
Surely better with faster graphics rather than the quad core cpu? Can't see if screen is full HD or not?
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Free items! Nomadkey [Usb 2.0] Micro Usb To Usb Cable - For Samsung Galaxy, Htc One, Google Nexus, Motorola, Lg, Sony, Jawbone

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Stumbled across this yesterday on amazon. Ordered and received today, add two qualifying Nomad items and it will automatically remove £30. Ordered two charge keys at £14.95ea total cost £0.00 free… Read More
Stumbled across this yesterday on amazon. Ordered and received today, add two qualifying Nomad items and it will automatically remove £30. Ordered two charge keys at £14.95ea total cost £0.00 free…
shaunperkes1 Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago29 Comments
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hot hot hot my 1500 arrived today
Well I got 1502 delivered by the Royal Navy in a land boat.
in all seriousness i got 18 and 12 of both products. Thanks op

We found 'that guy'

Had to order them all, huh?
Meanwhile my order has completely disappeared from Amazon. Never seen that before! Have even clicked through my confirmation email

Odd
derp1664
jmpittaway
hot hot hot my 1500 arrived today

Well I got 1502 delivered by the Royal Navy in a land boat.


in all seriousness i got 18 and 12 of both products. Thanks op
mine have been dispatched!
Thanks op, mine all arrived today 8)
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HTC 10 - £399.00 @ Dixons Travel, Heathrow

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jongriley Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago52 Comments
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onlinejomaibwork
s7 more sexy, water proof, wireless charging, Samsung pay soon, better camera


yep and then touch Wiz comes along to urinate all over the bonfire :(
Shame most of the units came with a poor display that had pink tint issues amongst others.

Returned 4 of them in total due to them all having the TIANMA panel. Some were linked than others, but all had horrible yellowing towards the bottom of the screen.

The sharp panels are supposed to be a lot nicer but for some reason seem to be hard to come by in the UK.
Never dropped a phone in a river or the loo. Waterproofing is a gimmick to me.
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lukec123
nublets2k
Babbler
nublets2k
They're announcing a couple of new phones in the morning so it might be related.
New phone is only £600 and no headphone jack. Big no no. Going for this next week.
Yeah, they're also releasing a successor to the HTC 10 at MWC in Feb.
I'm going to wait till then and hope this gets a price drop.
This is HTC's flagship, and they have strongly hinted that this line is their focus (so no HTC11). Even if it isn't true it's pretty much certain the 11 won't have a headphone jack. This phone doesn't even ship until March, so it would make no sense to launch another flagship device before then.
tldr: HTC is dead, take your custom elsewhere to other manufacturers. S8, G6 and Chinese phone refreshes are due out in the next few months
We'll have to wait and see, but either way there's going to be a price drop on the HTC 10 sooner or later. I'm not sure what that has to do with the headphone jack?
HTC aren't exactly known for great marketing strategy, but I wouldn't say they're dead yet as it hasn't been a strong year for any of the major smartphone companies.

HTC's U Ultra and Play have skipped over the headphone jack, waterproofing and wireless charging for some reason. Just odd when other high-end handsets haven't, and another example of HTC missing tricks when trying to be competitive. They make largely desirable phones but miss features people want - not saying waterproofing is essential but it's nice to know you get a bit of protection from the elements after spending all that money.
lukec123
nublets2k
Babbler
nublets2k
They're announcing a couple of new phones in the morning so it might be related.
New phone is only £600 and no headphone jack. Big no no. Going for this next week.
Yeah, they're also releasing a successor to the HTC 10 at MWC in Feb.
I'm going to wait till then and hope this gets a price drop.
This is HTC's flagship, and they have strongly hinted that this line is their focus (so no HTC11). Even if it isn't true it's pretty much certain the 11 won't have a headphone jack. This phone doesn't even ship until March, so it would make no sense to launch another flagship device before then.
tldr: HTC is dead, take your custom elsewhere to other manufacturers. S8, G6 and Chinese phone refreshes are due out in the next few months

We'll have to wait and see, but either way there's going to be a price drop on the HTC 10 sooner or later. I'm not sure what that has to do with the headphone jack?

HTC aren't exactly known for great marketing strategy, but I wouldn't say they're dead yet as it hasn't been a strong year for any of the major smartphone companies.
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HTC Desire 626 Like New £79.99 from O2.

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HTC Desire 626 Like New 79.99£ from O2. nice smart phone descent price. Read More
HTC Desire 626 Like New 79.99£ from O2. nice smart phone descent price.
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Terrible phone maker, unreliable products
The One M8 and M9 are fantastic phones! You get what you pay for :{

I had an HTC Sensation XE once. The battery would constantly overheat and the handset would switch itself off. Sent it away for repair but it didn't fix the problem. I ended up replacing it with something else in the end.

It may have been a couple of years ago but it was the most expensive phone I've bought and turned out to be a right let down. So regretted not getting the S2 at the time.

In conclusion it was a bad experience with a very unreliable phone.


I've never even heard of the Sensation, not a flagship phone I take it?
ktbffh
yulu91
Terrible phone maker, unreliable products
Terrible unreliable comment. They only make good phones.

LOL by all means believe what you want to believe.

I once read an article someone, who used to work in the internal design department of a phone manufacturer, open up some phones from major player in the market including HTC, checking how the small components, wires etc are put together, from an expert aspect of view. Unfortunately compared to Samsung which is still the best android phone maker and iphone, the best phone maker hardware-wise, the way how HTC put together a phone barely seems like a professional manufacturer.
Rhythmeister
yulu91
Terrible phone maker, unreliable products
The One M8 and M9 are fantastic phones! You get what you pay for :{

I had an HTC Sensation XE once. The battery would constantly overheat and the handset would switch itself off. Sent it away for repair but it didn't fix the problem. I ended up replacing it with something else in the end.

It may have been a couple of years ago but it was the most expensive phone I've bought and turned out to be a right let down. So regretted not getting the S2 at the time.

In conclusion it was a bad experience with a very unreliable phone.
yulu91
Terrible phone maker, unreliable products


Terrible unreliable comment. They only make good phones.

Edited By: ktbffh on Jan 11, 2017 14:37: Blah blah
Never again I had the HTC One Mini worst phone I've ever owned. Laggy and kept freezing. Loved my previous phone though the HTC Evo 3D though
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StormForce Wildfire Core i7-6700HQ 8GB 1TB + 128GB SSD £699.97 - Laptops Direct £699.97

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Been looking for decent laptop with good processor + 1TBHard Drive + SSD. I thought this looks good value. I'm presuming it is FHD, although I cant see it mentioned so Id prob check with them before
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What about the HQ processor?
not worth it for 940m. mismatched. i got a 940m second hand from ebay for 290. was in poor condition but plays xcom 2 well. you can get a 950m from tesco for 470
bestbuy123
good specs but not sure of the brand

Zoostorm laptops are Clevo, same as PC Specialist, most "I don't know about that brand", and about 90% of build-to-order laptop brands.
Very good driver/bios support (direct from Clevo), great upgradeability & spares availability.
Up to Haswell-M, they were a great idea, it allowed you to underspec some parts to meet a budget, planning for future upgrades.
But after Haswell, all Intel laptop CPUs are BGA (soldered), so a lot of the benefits of Clevo aren't there anymore.

For example, my PC Specialist 17" Optimus V is a Clevo W370SS, it had 2x hdd bays + 1 msata sdd,
I chose the cheapest CPU possible, left out SSD, "just enough" ram, and then I could afford GTX 860M.
Later I added ram, SSD (when offers were good), and found i7 4900MQ's (new,boxed), going stupidly cheap on eBay.
On my laptop's "final form", I saved about £300, and got it 9months earlier than my budget would have allowed.
It's a shame Intel "spoiled the fun" with their newer stupid soldered CPUs.

back to the point: Clevo (and therefore Zoostorm) are a decent brand.
If you're planning on gaming, the 940m makes this laptop a terrible deal.
If you're planning "serious work", the i7HQ makes this a good deal.
I am still trying to work out where he said the gpu is important to him. I'd be interested to see a laptop with this cpu, the 1tb plus the Ssd and 1080p ips screen. Heat added.
£700 for a 940m?

That's one of the worst value laptops I've seen on here!!

The i5/950m version is better for games and costs £50 less! http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6224873

And even there are / have been better value i5/950m laptops for around the £549 mark (use the search facility!)

Edited By: Picard123 on Jan 03, 2017 19:12: .
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HTC Re Camera - Amazon Lightening Deal £47.99

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Cheapest ever.
Sunni Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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I have a Tom Tom Action cam. Is this the same principle?
Would've bought one, but I already have a Sony QX10 which rarely gets used because I find it annoying not having a viewfinder and don't like it draining my phone battery.

Good deal if your the suitable demographic for it though.
Managed to buy via waiting list too, can someone let me know how good this device is? I've never heard of it
managed to get one, I was on the waiting list. thanks op :)
anthonynsinclair
What is this?
A camera that looks rather like the head of an electric toothbrush
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LIGHTNING DEAL: TechCorp Premium Qi Wireless Charger for All Qi-Enabled Devices including:Samsung Galaxy S7/S6/Edge/Plus, HTC and Google android devices £7.20 @ Amazon (£11.19 Non-Prime)

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Deal ended

Or changing it to @googlemail.com works as well (i.e. [email protected])
Deal has ended
Looks like the ones you can get for under £2 on eBay from China...
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Would it work with an iPhone 6s Plus together with lightning cable?


no. not unless you use a wireless charging cover.
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HTC VIVE £632.50 @ PC World - business

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Full virtual reality experience at home 110° field of view for captivating immersion Includes everything you need to run VR on your PC 32 headset sensors for 360° motion tracking Read More
Full virtual reality experience at home 110° field of view for captivating immersion Includes everything you need to run VR on your PC 32 headset sensors for 360° motion tracking
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Loving the vive, my kids are addicted to Snow Fortress and eve Valkyrie.
I've got one. A great bit of kit, and some great games. It's turned my non-gaming wife, into a gamer chick now. It all depends on the games that you play.

Plus with a bit of know how, you can make AAA games work with it, to give you some really good 3D goggles.
A place local to me has a few of these set up at £20/hr.
Seems ok, but nothing to really grab you yet.
Would probably need a decent gaming chair too for driving/flying games.
Kids play "Shop Assistant" more than anything else...lol
Or £659 via the normal consumer site inc. VAT.
Cool piece of kit, the key thing is the additional requirement of a pretty powerful computer/laptop to run the programs..
Full experience would be WIRELESS which adds 200 quid on top.
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Sunydeal 30000mAh Power Bank Universal External Battery Charger For iPhone iPad Samsung Galaxy HTC LG Google Nexus Blackberry Lumia Moto and other Cell Phone Tablet £18.99 @ Amazon (sold by VIPowerall)

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Mines arrived today on inspection there are 8x 18650 batteries stating like the ones below so how can this be 30000mAh? if each battery is only 2600mAh

The batteries are Green in colour and say on them szns - un4m151ej and 9.0Wh 702362

9.0Wh x8 = 72Wh convert that into mAh 72 divided by 3.6V TOTAL 20,000mAh not 30,000mAh as stated
https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/SZNS-battery-18650-2600mah-with-quality_60340976694.html?spm=a2700.7724838.0.0.d2CQAA

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Stick with Anker.
Hmmm. Read 4 reviews; of those, 3 got them for discount in return for an unbiased review (haha, no one is buying that) and the other said it will charge his S6 from flat to full 3 times - so that's an alleged 30000mAh power bank that can only charge a phone with a 2550mAh battery, 3 times - something doesn't stack up...

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HTC Vive £100 off @ Scan (and HTC Network) from Boxing Day £659.00

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Just saw this in Facebook, looks like Scan are going to be selling the Vive with £100 off from tomorrow. So until then this is just a heads up. Currently selling for 759, so expect the price to be
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Anybody have or went for the VR Cover?

https://vrcover.com/

I'm not a big PU "Leather" fan but it does seem that's the best to go for. The 6mm looks the job, but I might ask them if they can put in one of each size (14mm the other one) instead of two of the same size.
I VPN the viveport app today and managed to grab American horror stories fearless VR.
It's really really good for a free 5 minutes experience.
Very similar to residents evils the kitchen.
meherenow
mikax7x
meherenow
Dunno if I'm doing something wrong with the advanced settings - had a play with it and had it down at 1.5 in the supersampling and it's pretty jerky, in game frames and moving the headset feels like I'm having a fit.
I have a i7 6700k @ 4.3 Ghz, 32GB DDR4 2800 RAM and an Asus Strix 1080 OC (ramped up slightly above the base OC). Thought maybe it would've been better, maybe I need to lower the internal resolution, it may be defaulting to 2160p as this is the desktop res on my Sammy 4k tv?
Any tips for supersampling?
What game did you try? I have the exact same hardware but only 16gb ram including 4k main monitor. Currently oversampling set to 1.7 and all is smooth. Only game that was really horrible is Project cars. Framerate was something between 1-5
It was happening with BlazeRush, that's Oculus tho, through Revive, so maybe that was the issue. I'll have another tinker in the next few days, I defo need to turn off that Xbox game recording thing and I was reading (I think) about having the Steam overlay turned off for some extra frames, is that right?
edit: anyone bought from Currys and received the free game codes? It says they will be emailed after purchase but I've had nothing yet.

Knock it down to 1.3 maybe even 1.2 some games have there own SS within the game.
I have to change mine all the time.
What I will say though is blaze rush in VR is excellent.
Love that game.

Steam overlay shouldn't really cause a hit tbh.
Can always turn it off and put steam in small mode but I honestly don't think you'll notice a major difference.


Edited By: geebeegooner on Dec 31, 2016 22:55: Editing
mikax7x
meherenow
Dunno if I'm doing something wrong with the advanced settings - had a play with it and had it down at 1.5 in the supersampling and it's pretty jerky, in game frames and moving the headset feels like I'm having a fit.
I have a i7 6700k @ 4.3 Ghz, 32GB DDR4 2800 RAM and an Asus Strix 1080 OC (ramped up slightly above the base OC). Thought maybe it would've been better, maybe I need to lower the internal resolution, it may be defaulting to 2160p as this is the desktop res on my Sammy 4k tv?
Any tips for supersampling?
What game did you try? I have the exact same hardware but only 16gb ram including 4k main monitor. Currently oversampling set to 1.7 and all is smooth. Only game that was really horrible is Project cars. Framerate was something between 1-5

It was happening with BlazeRush, that's Oculus tho, through Revive, so maybe that was the issue. I'll have another tinker in the next few days, I defo need to turn off that Xbox game recording thing and I was reading (I think) about having the Steam overlay turned off for some extra frames, is that right?

edit: anyone bought from Currys and received the free game codes? It says they will be emailed after purchase but I've had nothing yet.

Edited By: meherenow on Dec 31, 2016 19:44
I'm pretty stable at 1.4 but only got a 980ti.
I've heard that the xbox recording software that's turned on automatically with windows 10 causes problems, so Google how to turn it off.
Use razer cortex to shut down background apps as well.

Have asynchronous reprojection turned on but the other 2 options off.

Edited By: geebeegooner on Dec 31, 2016 09:51