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Samsung Galaxy Nexus SIM free @ Amazon via Bournemouth Electronics £479.64

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Cheapest SIM free price and seller seems reputable. This site seems to be quite hostile to this phone but hopefully a few will get use out of this deal.
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£416.75, that's quite a saving. Do you have any experience ordering from amazon.de?
Cheaper to import from Amazon.de last I checked, €505,99. Not sure how this fits with voting on here though. I ended up picking one up last week from buymobilephones because I wanted to get a contract with Three. They seemed the cheapest with a contract.

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Samsung SCX-3205W laser printer/scanner/copier USB/Ethernet/Wi-Fi £89.97 (delivered) at Amazon

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Edit: Price continues to drop slowly (and yes, it's Amazon's price, not a seller's). And here's the direct link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003VET7BU (not sure why HUKD has put in a different…
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I am slightly surprised that this isn't hotter... at the time of writing, still £89.97 from Amazon and competitive in price with the equivalent combination of separates...
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Does it come with toner ( even reduced level onezs)
Yep, came with everything I needed to get started- including USB and UK power cables (some people bought from sellers, not Amazon itself, and didn't get the UK power cable).

Following the unpacking, setup and installation instructions carefully took half an hour or so (depending on your network etc. some steps can be skipped, but the instructions aren't clear on that :-( ), and then 'adding' the printer to another Windows PC (using Windows's own tool and Windows Update for the driver- no need for the disc!) took minutes. Been happily printing things out, over the wireless network, from all PCs since then :-) .
Agree with the comments about colour printing - it's a lot more expensive & do you really need it for most of your printing needs?

I've got the non-wifi equivalent which can be had for less than £40 delivered & is very small (smaller than most ink jets). Had it for over 6 months now & will never go back to an inkjet.

If you refill the cartridges yourself then the cost can be as low as 0.2p per page !
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not from amazon.


I'm afraid that it demonstrably is; "Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk.". Qualifies for Super Saver Delivery etc..

when i used your link it took me to a third party seller

Hmm... yes, the URL isn't the one I submitted. Not sure what/who changed it, how or why. Still, Amazon itself is at the top of the New tab's list, still at £99.97.
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, anyway no offence was meant chill out buddy.

I am chilled out (why do you believe otherwise?), though I believe that some readers thought that you weren't :-/ .
Does it come with toner ( even reduced level onezs)


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Samsung UE40D6510 Smart LED TV £699.00 - Currys

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I picked up one of these today on a comet price match for 689 but for a full price it's 699. I'm blown away by the quality and features and wish I had got one sooner. The smart function is great becau…
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Samsung Series D6000 3D TVs have a permanent defect in that 3D is SD not HD. This will not be rectified by software updates. For further details:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1520482-important-ue40d6530-3d-information.html (Note that all 3D Series D6000 TVs are affected, not just the D6530)

http://wiki.samygo.tv/index.php5/Compatibility_Table_for_D_series_TVs

http://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=2346

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Betrug-Fraud-Samsung-3D-Full-HD-Half-HD-Quarter-HD-UExD6xxx/279164975441861

Excellent 2D performance. But if you want 3D in HD, avoid this TV. Extract from HDTVTest of related D6530 model...

"The first thing we checked out with the UE40D6530 was its 3D capabilities, by running our own 3D resolution test chart. Simply put, it doesn’t do well in this area at all, showing the lowest resolution out of any active-shutter 3D TV we’ve tested. It does seem that Samsung has felt compelled to shoe-horn 3D capabilities into a panel that’s not really suited to it, and the result is what looks like halved vertical resolution. Everything in 3D mode – the image you’re watching, and the 3DTV’s own on-screen menus – displays with jaggedness. This is likely to be even more obvious than any 2D errors might have been, given that it’s advisable to sit closer to the screen of an extra-dimensional television for a more immersive experience.

The vertical resolution check area of our test pattern appeared as a solid grey smudge (it’s supposed to be alternating black and white lines), and the diagonal “stipple” pattern did, too.

Unfortunately for Samsung, there is a large “FULL HD 3D” logo displayed prominently on the UE40D6530′s box, which, we’re sorry to say, simply isn’t true. Given that Samsung has publicly denounced its cross-town rival LG over the latter’s usage of the term “Full HD 3D” to describe its passive Cinema 3D displays, this is more than a little ironic. We can only assume this is a promotional mistake of some sort, or that in these early days of 3D, a lack of test patterns (we had to made our own) means that TV makers may simply not be entirely or collectively aware of such limitations.

The Samsung UE40D6530 isn’t the only 3DTV promoted as “Full HD 3D” to actually not be – none of the 2011 Panasonic Plasma TV panels we’ve reviewed have been able to reproduce all 1080 lines of the 3D image, although they’re very close and the limitation is nowhere near as extreme. In fact, the only TV manufacturers we haven’t seen slip up in the resolution area so far have been Toshiba and Sony (although we’ve not seen all of their 3D range). This is unfortunate, because one of the greatest strengths of the active-shutter 3D system that Samsung promotes against the Passive system (which LG are proponents of) is… resolution. With this resolution limitation, we’re only left with the down-sides of the active-shutter 3D method – namely expensive glasses, and some flicker visible in bright areas.

Moving on, motion was a mixed bag. To our surprise, 50hz video in 3D played back without any stuttering at all – something that even the top-end D8000 series of LED TV needs some help with (but can manage eventually). The same is true of 60hz. Unfortunately, we couldn’t get 24fps films – such as those on Blu-ray 3D – to play back with what we call “cinema quality” motion (ideally, we want the picture to show without any new motion being generated by the TV, and also without any juddering). When we turned off all of the D6530′s motion smoothing controls, it was clearly adding a lot of unwanted juddering into the image. As a result, we did something we normally never do, and experimented with the motion smoothing controls for 3D film content. Normally we avoid these controls, since they introduce the so-called “soap opera effect”, causing filmic motion to become video-like. However, many users may prefer this to the stutter introduced with 3D movies otherwise. Unfortunately, the mode isn’t saved independently for 2D and 3D, so users will have to switch back and forth if they deem this to be a workable solution.

We then did some subjective viewing to check for 3D crosstalk and assess the overall image quality. We’re not sure if it’s down to the resolution handicap blinding us to whatever other qualities the image might have, or if it’s just the smaller 40″ screen size, but the image certainly didn’t seem to have the same depth as Samsung’s other 3D displays. Even Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs, which usually softens even the most grizzled of 3D hearts, didn’t leap out like we were used to. Crosstalk is present, although not to a horribly damaging extent.

All in all, the 3D performance is something of a blight on the Samsung UE40D6530, and only really serves to damage the company’s attempts at promoting active shutter as the superior 3D system."


Do you really feel it is necessary to copy and paste the exact same comment every time someone postes a series 6 Samsung 3d deal??? because its starting to get tiresome to be honest...

Have you got any personal experience of this TV????... I have... I bought it last week (When it was cheaper £649 with 4 pairs of glasses) and I happen to think its a bloody good TV with a stunning 3d Image..

Yes there is a little bit of shadowing on the 3d image, but you show me a 3d TV for under £1200 that does'nt suffer from this, I tried them all before chosing this machine and none of the competition is any better...For the price, this is a great bit of kit...



I for one am glad that Dooper has gone to effort of pointing this out ... I has a 6530 and wondered why i had headaches after watching 3D content. I now have a d7000 (after a few very tiresome phonecalls with samsung) and have none of the problems that i had with the d6530 ...

If like me you had spent 1500 pounds and for a full 3D HD TV (no longer adverised on the box), only to be told by samsung this was not the case you would feel very cheated .... i dont see why you object to people posting relevent information regarding the porduct being voted upon.... read the links posted and you'll see that Samsung have deliberately used a much lower quality panel ...

If like me , you had both TV's and could say there was little disernable difference or could add some contradictory eveidence then please go ahead / But i would advise anyone to steer clear of the d6xxx series as they dont what they used to say on the box (box now does not advertise full HD 3D as it used to ) .... also customers in germany have been offered cashback ... panel quality and internal architechure much better on the d7000/8000 \\

Very relevent point dooper
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Samsung Series D6000 3D TVs have a permanent defect in that 3D is SD not HD. This will not be rectified by software updates. For further details:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1520482-important-ue40d6530-3d-information.html (Note that all 3D Series D6000 TVs are affected, not just the D6530)

http://wiki.samygo.tv/index.php5/Compatibility_Table_for_D_series_TVs

http://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=2346

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Betrug-Fraud-Samsung-3D-Full-HD-Half-HD-Quarter-HD-UExD6xxx/279164975441861

Excellent 2D performance. But if you want 3D in HD, avoid this TV. Extract from HDTVTest of related D6530 model...

"The first thing we checked out with the UE40D6530 was its 3D capabilities, by running our own 3D resolution test chart. Simply put, it doesn’t do well in this area at all, showing the lowest resolution out of any active-shutter 3D TV we’ve tested. It does seem that Samsung has felt compelled to shoe-horn 3D capabilities into a panel that’s not really suited to it, and the result is what looks like halved vertical resolution. Everything in 3D mode – the image you’re watching, and the 3DTV’s own on-screen menus – displays with jaggedness. This is likely to be even more obvious than any 2D errors might have been, given that it’s advisable to sit closer to the screen of an extra-dimensional television for a more immersive experience.

The vertical resolution check area of our test pattern appeared as a solid grey smudge (it’s supposed to be alternating black and white lines), and the diagonal “stipple” pattern did, too.

Unfortunately for Samsung, there is a large “FULL HD 3D” logo displayed prominently on the UE40D6530′s box, which, we’re sorry to say, simply isn’t true. Given that Samsung has publicly denounced its cross-town rival LG over the latter’s usage of the term “Full HD 3D” to describe its passive Cinema 3D displays, this is more than a little ironic. We can only assume this is a promotional mistake of some sort, or that in these early days of 3D, a lack of test patterns (we had to made our own) means that TV makers may simply not be entirely or collectively aware of such limitations.

The Samsung UE40D6530 isn’t the only 3DTV promoted as “Full HD 3D” to actually not be – none of the 2011 Panasonic Plasma TV panels we’ve reviewed have been able to reproduce all 1080 lines of the 3D image, although they’re very close and the limitation is nowhere near as extreme. In fact, the only TV manufacturers we haven’t seen slip up in the resolution area so far have been Toshiba and Sony (although we’ve not seen all of their 3D range). This is unfortunate, because one of the greatest strengths of the active-shutter 3D system that Samsung promotes against the Passive system (which LG are proponents of) is… resolution. With this resolution limitation, we’re only left with the down-sides of the active-shutter 3D method – namely expensive glasses, and some flicker visible in bright areas.

Moving on, motion was a mixed bag. To our surprise, 50hz video in 3D played back without any stuttering at all – something that even the top-end D8000 series of LED TV needs some help with (but can manage eventually). The same is true of 60hz. Unfortunately, we couldn’t get 24fps films – such as those on Blu-ray 3D – to play back with what we call “cinema quality” motion (ideally, we want the picture to show without any new motion being generated by the TV, and also without any juddering). When we turned off all of the D6530′s motion smoothing controls, it was clearly adding a lot of unwanted juddering into the image. As a result, we did something we normally never do, and experimented with the motion smoothing controls for 3D film content. Normally we avoid these controls, since they introduce the so-called “soap opera effect”, causing filmic motion to become video-like. However, many users may prefer this to the stutter introduced with 3D movies otherwise. Unfortunately, the mode isn’t saved independently for 2D and 3D, so users will have to switch back and forth if they deem this to be a workable solution.

We then did some subjective viewing to check for 3D crosstalk and assess the overall image quality. We’re not sure if it’s down to the resolution handicap blinding us to whatever other qualities the image might have, or if it’s just the smaller 40″ screen size, but the image certainly didn’t seem to have the same depth as Samsung’s other 3D displays. Even Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs, which usually softens even the most grizzled of 3D hearts, didn’t leap out like we were used to. Crosstalk is present, although not to a horribly damaging extent.

All in all, the 3D performance is something of a blight on the Samsung UE40D6530, and only really serves to damage the company’s attempts at promoting active shutter as the superior 3D system."


Do you really feel it is necessary to copy and paste the exact same comment every time someone postes a series 6 Samsung 3d deal??? because its starting to get tiresome to be honest...

Have you got any personal experience of this TV????... I have... I bought it last week (When it was cheaper £649 with 4 pairs of glasses) and I happen to think its a bloody good TV with a stunning 3d Image..

Yes there is a little bit of shadowing on the 3d image, but you show me a 3d TV for under £1200 that does'nt suffer from this, I tried them all before chosing this machine and none of the competition is any better...For the price, this is a great bit of kit...
Samsung Series D6000 3D TVs have a permanent defect in that 3D is SD not HD. This will not be rectified by software updates. For further details:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1520482-important-ue40d6530-3d-information.html (Note that all 3D Series D6000 TVs are affected, not just the D6530)

http://wiki.samygo.tv/index.php5/Compatibility_Table_for_D_series_TVs

http://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=2346

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Betrug-Fraud-Samsung-3D-Full-HD-Half-HD-Quarter-HD-UExD6xxx/279164975441861

Excellent 2D performance. But if you want 3D in HD, avoid this TV. Extract from HDTVTest of related D6530 model...

"The first thing we checked out with the UE40D6530 was its 3D capabilities, by running our own 3D resolution test chart. Simply put, it doesn’t do well in this area at all, showing the lowest resolution out of any active-shutter 3D TV we’ve tested. It does seem that Samsung has felt compelled to shoe-horn 3D capabilities into a panel that’s not really suited to it, and the result is what looks like halved vertical resolution. Everything in 3D mode – the image you’re watching, and the 3DTV’s own on-screen menus – displays with jaggedness. This is likely to be even more obvious than any 2D errors might have been, given that it’s advisable to sit closer to the screen of an extra-dimensional television for a more immersive experience.

The vertical resolution check area of our test pattern appeared as a solid grey smudge (it’s supposed to be alternating black and white lines), and the diagonal “stipple” pattern did, too.

Unfortunately for Samsung, there is a large “FULL HD 3D” logo displayed prominently on the UE40D6530′s box, which, we’re sorry to say, simply isn’t true. Given that Samsung has publicly denounced its cross-town rival LG over the latter’s usage of the term “Full HD 3D” to describe its passive Cinema 3D displays, this is more than a little ironic. We can only assume this is a promotional mistake of some sort, or that in these early days of 3D, a lack of test patterns (we had to made our own) means that TV makers may simply not be entirely or collectively aware of such limitations.

The Samsung UE40D6530 isn’t the only 3DTV promoted as “Full HD 3D” to actually not be – none of the 2011 Panasonic Plasma TV panels we’ve reviewed have been able to reproduce all 1080 lines of the 3D image, although they’re very close and the limitation is nowhere near as extreme. In fact, the only TV manufacturers we haven’t seen slip up in the resolution area so far have been Toshiba and Sony (although we’ve not seen all of their 3D range). This is unfortunate, because one of the greatest strengths of the active-shutter 3D system that Samsung promotes against the Passive system (which LG are proponents of) is… resolution. With this resolution limitation, we’re only left with the down-sides of the active-shutter 3D method – namely expensive glasses, and some flicker visible in bright areas.

Moving on, motion was a mixed bag. To our surprise, 50hz video in 3D played back without any stuttering at all – something that even the top-end D8000 series of LED TV needs some help with (but can manage eventually). The same is true of 60hz. Unfortunately, we couldn’t get 24fps films – such as those on Blu-ray 3D – to play back with what we call “cinema quality” motion (ideally, we want the picture to show without any new motion being generated by the TV, and also without any juddering). When we turned off all of the D6530′s motion smoothing controls, it was clearly adding a lot of unwanted juddering into the image. As a result, we did something we normally never do, and experimented with the motion smoothing controls for 3D film content. Normally we avoid these controls, since they introduce the so-called “soap opera effect”, causing filmic motion to become video-like. However, many users may prefer this to the stutter introduced with 3D movies otherwise. Unfortunately, the mode isn’t saved independently for 2D and 3D, so users will have to switch back and forth if they deem this to be a workable solution.

We then did some subjective viewing to check for 3D crosstalk and assess the overall image quality. We’re not sure if it’s down to the resolution handicap blinding us to whatever other qualities the image might have, or if it’s just the smaller 40″ screen size, but the image certainly didn’t seem to have the same depth as Samsung’s other 3D displays. Even Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs, which usually softens even the most grizzled of 3D hearts, didn’t leap out like we were used to. Crosstalk is present, although not to a horribly damaging extent.

All in all, the 3D performance is something of a blight on the Samsung UE40D6530, and only really serves to damage the company’s attempts at promoting active shutter as the superior 3D system."
No Bargain.

Can get it for £686.98 including delivery, 2 pairs of 3d glasses and a 5 year warranty here:

http://www.robertwhyteltd.co.uk/ue40d6510-c-42-p-1976-b-2
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Protective Shock-Proof Leather Case for Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II (Black) £5.74 @ Focal Price

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General Specs   Type Protective Case Material German leather Function Non-slip and shock proof Compatibility Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II Features Suitable for Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II
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I prefer these, so that the camera lens is protected. I wish there were cases with a velcro flap or similar for the lens, though...
looks very plastic.
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Samsung S24A300H 23.6 inch Widescreen LED Monitor FULL HD, HDMI £129.99 Delivered @amazon

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Specs Product Features 2ms Response Time Samsung Magic Bright Magic Colour Magic Tune Magic Angle 1920x1080 Full HD Resolution Tilt Stand 5000000:1 Mega DCR Technical Details Model
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can someone please confirm the response time on this model because most places say 2ms, but ebuyer says 5ms it changes which screen I buy! :) hot though!
Just bought one for my ps3 and it is epic.. really good quality. Hot
Got mine yesterday, very impressed.
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Wondered if the monitor had a port to plug speakers in? And whether connecting an xbox to it using comoosite to vga cable still gives 720p gaming?
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SAMSUNG UE40D5520 40" Full HD LED TV £479.00 @ Currys

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LED-backlit Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels Tuner: Freeview HD USB
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Better deal last week while £50 quidco offer was on for TV's over £399 at Curry's.

Can I borrow your time machine ? so I can take advantage of that deal last week.


Of coarse you can....will drop it off last Monday.
Airframe
Better deal last week while £50 quidco offer was on for TV's over £399 at Curry's.

Can I borrow your time machine ? so I can take advantage of that deal last week.
Better deal last week while £50 quidco offer was on for TV's over £399 at Curry's.
Yes, but it's a Sony, that's why its cheaper. This Samsung is far superior. I bought for £499 from John Lewis with 5 year warranty. Read the reviews, they don't lie........
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Crampton and Moore Samsung UE40D6100 3d TV + BDD5500 Blu Ray Player + 5 Year Warranty + 4 Pairs of Glasses £699.00 + £20 delivery

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SAMSUNG UE40D6100 3DLED TV + BDD5500 3D Blu Ray Player +5 Year Warranty + 4 Pairs of Glasses (SSG30502, Battery) Samsung UE40D6100 Includes BDD5500 3D Blu Ray Player FREE 5 Year Wa…
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as long as the readynas is dnla compliant then yes!
Does anyone know if this TV will be able to stream movies direct from a Netgear ReadyNAS Duo drive over LAN? The specs say DLNA compatible so I guess it should?
Samsung Series D6000 3D TVs have a permanent defect in that 3D is SD not HD. This will not be rectified by software updates. For further details:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1520482-important-ue40d6530-3d-information.html (Note that all 3D Series D6000 TVs are affected, not just the D6530)

http://wiki.samygo.tv/index.php5/Compatibility_Table_for_D_series_TVs

http://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=2346

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Betrug-Fraud-Samsung-3D-Full-HD-Half-HD-Quarter-HD-UExD6xxx/279164975441861

Excellent 2D performance. But if you want 3D in HD, avoid this TV. Extract from HDTVTest of related D6530 model...

"The first thing we checked out with the UE40D6530 was its 3D capabilities, by running our own 3D resolution test chart. Simply put, it doesn’t do well in this area at all, showing the lowest resolution out of any active-shutter 3D TV we’ve tested. It does seem that Samsung has felt compelled to shoe-horn 3D capabilities into a panel that’s not really suited to it, and the result is what looks like halved vertical resolution. Everything in 3D mode – the image you’re watching, and the 3DTV’s own on-screen menus – displays with jaggedness. This is likely to be even more obvious than any 2D errors might have been, given that it’s advisable to sit closer to the screen of an extra-dimensional television for a more immersive experience.

The vertical resolution check area of our test pattern appeared as a solid grey smudge (it’s supposed to be alternating black and white lines), and the diagonal “stipple” pattern did, too.

Unfortunately for Samsung, there is a large “FULL HD 3D” logo displayed prominently on the UE40D6530′s box, which, we’re sorry to say, simply isn’t true. Given that Samsung has publicly denounced its cross-town rival LG over the latter’s usage of the term “Full HD 3D” to describe its passive Cinema 3D displays, this is more than a little ironic. We can only assume this is a promotional mistake of some sort, or that in these early days of 3D, a lack of test patterns (we had to made our own) means that TV makers may simply not be entirely or collectively aware of such limitations.

The Samsung UE40D6530 isn’t the only 3DTV promoted as “Full HD 3D” to actually not be – none of the 2011 Panasonic Plasma TV panels we’ve reviewed have been able to reproduce all 1080 lines of the 3D image, although they’re very close and the limitation is nowhere near as extreme. In fact, the only TV manufacturers we haven’t seen slip up in the resolution area so far have been Toshiba and Sony (although we’ve not seen all of their 3D range). This is unfortunate, because one of the greatest strengths of the active-shutter 3D system that Samsung promotes against the Passive system (which LG are proponents of) is… resolution. With this resolution limitation, we’re only left with the down-sides of the active-shutter 3D method – namely expensive glasses, and some flicker visible in bright areas.

Moving on, motion was a mixed bag. To our surprise, 50hz video in 3D played back without any stuttering at all – something that even the top-end D8000 series of LED TV needs some help with (but can manage eventually). The same is true of 60hz. Unfortunately, we couldn’t get 24fps films – such as those on Blu-ray 3D – to play back with what we call “cinema quality” motion (ideally, we want the picture to show without any new motion being generated by the TV, and also without any juddering). When we turned off all of the D6530′s motion smoothing controls, it was clearly adding a lot of unwanted juddering into the image. As a result, we did something we normally never do, and experimented with the motion smoothing controls for 3D film content. Normally we avoid these controls, since they introduce the so-called “soap opera effect”, causing filmic motion to become video-like. However, many users may prefer this to the stutter introduced with 3D movies otherwise. Unfortunately, the mode isn’t saved independently for 2D and 3D, so users will have to switch back and forth if they deem this to be a workable solution.

We then did some subjective viewing to check for 3D crosstalk and assess the overall image quality. We’re not sure if it’s down to the resolution handicap blinding us to whatever other qualities the image might have, or if it’s just the smaller 40″ screen size, but the image certainly didn’t seem to have the same depth as Samsung’s other 3D displays. Even Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs, which usually softens even the most grizzled of 3D hearts, didn’t leap out like we were used to. Crosstalk is present, although not to a horribly damaging extent.

All in all, the 3D performance is something of a blight on the Samsung UE40D6530, and only really serves to damage the company’s attempts at promoting active shutter as the superior 3D system."
kkidge1
£539 at hi spek just for the tv


yes but no 5 year warranty, blu ray 3d player and 4 x pairs of glassesm they would cost well over £200 if you bought them seperately
£539 at hi spek just for the tv
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9KG load samsung washing machine, use codeWSAVE15= £384.99 delivered @bargaincrazy

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for those that need a 9kg load capacity+10% quidco/tcb
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I bought this on Sunday wirh the W13 code and 10% tcb.
Can anyone confirm how long delivery takes?
Why does delivery take so long?
asked BC for a delivery update - they said 10-14 days, so another week maybe to go?!
bargain!!!
c9off
thanks for posting - just bought for £399.99 less £15 - must have come down again?!

(+ free delivery)

cheers!!
thanks for posting - just bought for £399.99 less £15 - must have come down again?!

(+ free delivery)

cheers!!
That's nice - Amazon doing the 8kg version for £330 yesterday.
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Samsung LE32D400 32 inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview@ Tesco Direct for £249.00

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Great Samsung TV for the price. I would rather pay £50 more to get a better quality of TV than pay £199 for these cheap low branded items!! Aspect Ratio 16:9 Assembled Dimension Depth 25.2 As…
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Was watching this (Samsung LE-32D400E1 LCD HD 720p TV, 32 Inch with Built-in Freeview @ £249.00) at john Lewis. They e mailed me back in stock on jan 5th - (now gone) with 5 year warranty. I passed it over in hesitation. It might come back. Hope this is helpful.
Aspect ratio ?.....Is that not something to watch out for when working with Chickens!
Isn't this one of those Samsungs that don't balance on their stands? Pretty sure we had this in at our place and it needed a piece of string to hold it in place when on its stand.

I'm certain we had this tv in our place and the picture was pretty ugly. Maybe it is good, but I'm sure it wasn't that great.
Keza1
It's Samsung....they never get reduced. Isn't Costco plus VAT?


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-le32d400e1w-includes-5-year-warranty-203-98-costco-990349
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voted hot.

is the above phone unlocked??
There are other phones E1080i for 15 pounds and motorola w375 for 20 pounds in play.com PURELY UNLOCKED.
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out of stock.
voted hot.

is the above phone unlocked??
There are other phones E1080i for 15 pounds and motorola w375 for 20 pounds in play.com PURELY UNLOCKED.
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Samsung Galaxy S2, £21.50 / 24mths on O2, Phones 4 U

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Been looking for this phone for a while, was £150 now free 200 mins, 3000 texts and 500mb data, 2 year contract
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Ok So I am well chuffed. Just rang 02 to transfer number from voda to them to be told that my contract is 15.50 a month? result. He confirmed it was with 500mb and wifi hotspots etc 200min 3000texts , I am not sure if the 500mb is bolted on or not and tbh don't care as its for my mother and she don't use internet. Galaxy now sold on fleebay for £350 and Iphone 4 16gb in white bought brand new for the missus at same price, hehehe all for £15.50 a month.
Dunno why this has been expired since the deal is relevent still.

However my question is what do o2 charge if you go over the monthly allowance of 500mb? Still keep swaying betwen this deal and the T-Mobile one which has unlimted browsing but not sure if enough txts.
So was this deal not for the whole of January as its now expired?
Rocketronnie7
thefinchmeister
My contract is up in 10 days and I am seriously considering leaving vodafone to take up this deal. Do people think this is genuinely the best I'll find?


Not sure i was considering the Tesco (T-Mobile) deal since they is no cap on the Internet... 100 more mins but only 300 txts which is the stumbling block maybes for me.


Yes 300 texts is an issue there otherwise it would be a complete scorcher.
thefinchmeister
My contract is up in 10 days and I am seriously considering leaving vodafone to take up this deal. Do people think this is genuinely the best I'll find?


Not sure i was considering the Tesco (T-Mobile) deal since they is no cap on the Internet... 100 more mins but only 300 txts which is the stumbling block maybes for me.
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SAMSUNG ECOBUBBLE 8KG 1400 spin speed washing machine £330.48 @ AMAZON

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We bought this exact model from Currys 1-2 months ago for £450 ish (on discount) and had it fitted/installed however it didnt actually fit because the dimensions dont mention that there's a huge bump at the back. The machine was sticking out by 3inches so we returned and exchange it after 3 weeks.

To comment on the machine itself, we did actually use it for those 3 weeks and with my previous experience in using Samsung washing machines in flats, this is by far the best washing ive ever had. It's quiet, quick, loads of settings to tailor your clothes and the Eco bubble thing actually works (after 3-4 washes). The clothes come out smelling fresh and totally dry and if you add on the option for easy iron, trust me shirts iron like a dream. Only one jab is the amount of cleaning/maintenance to do monthly however it shouldn't take too long and well worth it if you want it to last long.

Shame now that we have a Beko wm which fits in the spot, but it is decent enough. :)

Edited By: pman1342 on Jan 09, 2012 12:58
I bought a Samsung Silver Nano machine a few years ago. Extremely noisy pump on it. I should've sent it back but it worked and I couldn't be bothered organising someone to come and sort it. Wish I had now, the pump has packed in after 3-4 years and it's not worth repairing. In the market for a cheap Beko. If I'm going to have to replace washing machines after 3-4 years of light use, I may as well buy cheap.
I recently bought a Samsung washing machine - predecessor to this one I think, before they brought out the eco-bubble machines. 10 year warranty on the direct drive motor, 5 years on everything else. Has a ceramic heater so that it doesn't get build-up of limescale, and helps keep it energy efficient. Great wash results, and BIG drum. Not easy to get excited about white goods - but new sammy appliances are the bees knees. Wanted to get a matching tumble dryer, but had to go german in the end to get something energy efficient with a heat pump (bosch). Sammy much nicer to use, and on a par with the Bosch, if not slightly better build.
oos?
bought the panasonic last week as it comes with a 5 year warranty going in blind with that model/make. fed up with hot point. Awaiting delivery, this looks good though & looks sexier than the panasonic for sure!
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Designer Habitat Basics - Ultra Slim Very Strong LCD Plasma Universal TV Wall Bracket for Sony Samsung Toshiba LG Philips - 32" - 60" £4.99 + £6.99 delivery @ Amazon Marketplace (Designer Habitat) £11.98

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I think its a good deal because of the price.. £4.99 plus £6.99 shipping Load Capacity rated to 50KG Ultra low profile: 28.5mm from wall This Bracket is Universal and will Fit 99% of a…
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we ordered the one with tilt (£8 ish) over xmas, superquick delivery and a fantastic bracket!! much much better than asda etc who wanted £25 plus. comes with large variety of fixings, wall plugs etc. would recommend this.
heat added
Hot price! I need one of these
ordered habitat deal stands twice before both times cancelled so cold from me im afraid
i tried to do the image but did manage to add shipping costs..

thanx tho..

also..heres the link some more brackets ..same manufacturer/supplier...similiar savings

http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=sr_nr_n_0?rh=n%3A560798%2Ck%3ADesigner+Habitat%2Cn%3A%21560800%2Cn%3A560858%2Cn%3A1338420031%2Cn%3A310196011&bbn=1338420031&keywords=Designer+Habitat&ie=UTF8&qid=1325982124&rnid=1338420031

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Samsung Navibot SR8845, Robot Vacuum Cleaner £199.99 @ Argos

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Cheaper than anywhere else and reasonably good robotic vacuum cleaner. Also 2 years waranty The robot cleaner comes with a virtual guard accessory. It has a visionary mapping navigation, advanced…
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Kankan101


Remember seeing the report on the Italian woman who's house was burnt down because her cat sat on her Delonghi robotic vacuum and caused it to have some 'issues' and caught fire.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp&NR=1&v=LQ-jv8g1YVI
scumpysmum
i can suck harder than this machine


oO

Edited By: Gitfinger on Jan 08, 2012 18:14
jozisko
Simes123
0.8 Air Watts - lol; Our cylinder vac has 300 Air Watts.... This deal sucks. Or rather it doesn't suck.
Well our cylinder vacuum cleaner has 300 as well and robotic vacuum still manages to pick up dust and hair right after it.

Yep thats normal generated thought air circulation, would the the same reversed but the vac would pick up way more than a robotic vacuum.

Robotic vac's flick the air on a horizonal rotating disk which have a couple of brushes on basically tickling what dust it finds into the amazingly small dust contain that actually smaller in volume that a standard trouser pocket. Oh and the problem with that is that they can actually blow more dust away from it and generally dust collected can actually be sitting their for over a week before its eventually collected by a robotic vacuum.

Then to stop it from falling down stairs you need virtual walls so thats an extra £40.

Remember seeing the report on the Italian woman who's house was burnt down because her cat sat on her Delonghi robotic vacuum and caused it to have some 'issues' and caught fire.

Until they invent one with a vertical rotating brush that has sufficiant RPM to ensure displacement dust is retained then they are just a gimic, ten years time it might be different. Only 14% of a battery charge on a robotic vacuum is actually used for cleaning rest is for travelling.

Edited By: Kankan101 on Jan 08, 2012 18:02
Simes123
0.8 Air Watts - lol; Our cylinder vac has 300 Air Watts.... This deal sucks. Or rather it doesn't suck.

Well our cylinder vacuum cleaner has 300 as well and robotic vacuum still manages to pick up dust and hair right after it.
Ellis456
That would pay someone to come round and hoover for you for 2 years lol.


let's count together than, to vacuum whole flat, let's say an hour per week. £10 per hour pay, that's 22 weeks. That's not even half a year, but if you know about someone who would vacuum for £219 for 2 years let me know asap :)
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Samsung Galaxy Nexus, total cost £452.80 @ phones4u

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This is actually quite a good contract deal in itself, however that has already been posted. I think it is more interesting for those looking at this handset sim free. Its £500 to £515 SIM free on rep…
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worth £200 sim free


Is that your opinion of what it's worth?
If you have a link it would save me a lot of money
worth £200 sim free
I removed the reference to quidco, does anyone know if phones4u would still pay?
As you are still fulfilling the terms of the contract, ie. not defaulting on payment.
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£299.99 Samsung LE40C530 40-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview @ Ebay / Cheapest_electrical

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Only downside I can find is lack of Freeview HD. Full HD 1080P Anyone can say they have the clearest picture, but only Full HD 1080p has twice the detail and twice the resolution of regular
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mymymy
BARGAIN!!
My cheap(perfectly ok) Isis 40" Full Hd etc was £250 in November and i havnt seen a decent make tv anywhere near what i paid.



I take this comment back as i thought the tv was new.
Chaps apologies, it seems that it is a one-off auction. Didn't do it on purpose. I'm expiring it.
Is this brand new?
Are we posting ebay auctions containing single used items now? The forum will get pretty full up if we do!
Good for a TV for the kids room, but other than that its pretty terrible.

Had it for a year before I got sick of the terrible response times. Dark movies were impossible to watch, and anything with darker colours and a lot of motion just generally resulted in streaks of dark mess accross the screen. Gaming on it was just painful tbh.
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Samsung RL34LGMH Fridge Freezer in Manhattan Silver +Free del and 2% Quidco £340.00 @ Appliances Online

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Samsung RL34LGMH £340 + 2% Quidco = £333.20p and free del! Wanted a new fridge freezer and done some comparison and this one came top for price, spec and looks. Very energy efficient and looks
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Price showing for £319 even cheaper now
goo deal
I checked everywhere today and appliances direct is now 399 not sure if they do quidco.

This will match my belling cooker colour scheme :)
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Samsung 2TB hard drive £99.00.99 delivered - Ebuyer (usually £156)

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As above :.Samsung-hd204ui-spinpoint-f4-2tb-hard-drive-sata-5400rpm-32mb-cache-hd204ui. Most of that is gobbledygook to me but I know that 2tb is a lot of storage space! Hope it helps someone.
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maverik_77
Seagate has completed take over of Samsung's HDD business. So Samsung HDD's may not be around for long. They may be rebadged in the near future.
Also the dubious message from Seagate that HDD demand will outstrip supply in 2012 shows that they are not interested in ramping up production, instead going to charge premium from all consumers by using flood as an excuse... This doubt is doubled by their second quarter results where results exceed expectations.... Normally if there is a disaster the company will suffer, but not here......Smells Fish.

Yup, greedy Luczo was called out on this, especially when it came to light that salvage operations in Thailand were well under way and some operations were repatriated to other countries. This was just his opening gambit in scaring the market to keep margins unfeasibly high. Sad about Samsung's sell out to Seagate as the F3 1TB and the F4 2TB as well as being the cheapest were also the boot and storage drives of choice. My second choice would have been Hitachi, but those have been absorbed by WD, which I have never been particularly fond of.
Ebuyer ramped up the prices of their drives way higher than other stores, not sure why unless they had very little stock.

I reckon the price hike was well overdone and prices should fall steeply back to a reasonable level, but probably not to what they were previously as manufacture restarts
http://www.crn.com/news/storage/232200641/western-digital-restarts-thailand-hard-drive-production-earlier-than-expected.htm
maverik_77
Seagate has completed take over of Samsung's HDD business. So Samsung HDD's may not be around for long. They may be rebadged in the near future.
Also the dubious message from Seagate that HDD demand will outstrip supply in 2012 shows that they are not interested in ramping up production, instead going to charge premium from all consumers by using flood as an excuse... This doubt is doubled by their second quarter results where results exceed expectations.... Normally if there is a disaster the company will suffer, but not here......Smells Fish.


Almost as fishy are their dodgy firmware....damn will have to stop buying Samsung drives as well as Seagate drives now given their past history of total data loss from poor firmware and only partly acknowledging their firmware issues saying it was only a certain model with very specific firmware which is total BS

Edited By: kemik on Jan 07, 2012 17:09
There were deals for around £80 only a week or two ago, prices seemed to be falling again.
zurich
Wow, the price of hard drives are still far too high. I paid £45 for this drive before the flooding disaster.

Completely agree. £99 is way too much for this drive. The flooding is just being used as an excuse to keep the price sky high.
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SAMSUNG UE32D4003 32" HD Ready LED TV £279.00 @ Currys (2 X HDMI , DVI Connection,USB,Freeview)

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The HD Ready LED screen provides an awesome viewing experience with mega contrast emphasising clarity. The HyperReal Engine also improves your images and optimises performance for crystal-clear HD ima…
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anyone know how to enable the video playback on this

search forums, I'm not seeing the model for a hack to work :(
standard price for this TV in most places now - Sainsburys, Dixons, Comet etc

Yeah, that's a very good deal, got everything.
50Hz and 720p, cold.
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Samsung Galaxy W i8150 Android Sim Free Unlocked Mobile Phone - Black £213.41 @ Prepaymania

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Samsung Galaxy W i8150 sim free phone, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), 1.4 GHz Scorpion processor, touchscreen phone, powerful performance, IM & Email, smooth web browsing, Wi-Fi, easy multitasking, slim &…
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Because you can get if from Three for 180.
anyone know why's this getting cold votes?
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Iphone 4gs £499 + Samsung e1080 on T Mobile 24 Month contract Net cost £20.41/month @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Bare with me on this one as its my first post . First buy an Apple iphone 4gs 16gb from apple for £499 less 2.02% cashback through T C B which brings the phone down to £490 . Then again through
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krishijones
Just buy an iPhone 4s from Amazon Brand New for cheaper.

Have you got link for it? Never seen amazon selling phones for cheap.
Great deal on the Samsung, I just bought a Galaxy S2 the other day so I could use this contract with that phone. Also £30 cashback from Quidco for the contract phone.
Cold because of 4GS!
& sell on the samsung phone to recoup some of the cost of the iphone?
Just buy an iPhone 4s from Amazon Brand New for cheaper. Then buy this samsung deal with redemption. Cut the sim to fit in the iPhone. Should work perfect! I vote this hot.
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Samsung NP-RV511-A07UK Intel Core i3 Processor 3GB 320GB 15.6" Silver and Black Notebook £349.99 @ Sainsburys

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Product featuresHard drive The larger the hard drive size, the more content it can store. 320GB Hard drive type SATA Operating system This is what you'll see as you operate the machine…
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Poor copy & paste job. You should at least have tidied up the info in the post.
Voted Cold because of this -->
http://www.comet.co.uk/p/Laptops/buy-ASUS-X54H-SX270V-Laptop/774944

Memory 4GB (better)
HDD 750GB (much better)
i3 2310 (much, much better)
old slow processor
Good laptop but not sure about the price ...

I purchased one of these in a previous deal and managed to get it for £279 after quidco, nectar points, and £50 samsung cashback.

In regards to the laptop though .. they are good ... I'm actually using mine to write this LoL ... The only thing I've changed is the RAM to 4GB ... it was a relatively simple task and only cost £10.
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Samsung 3D Starter Kit - £39.00 Instore @ Tesco

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This is my first submission, so please have patience. Wife and I were shopping in Tesco Extra in Hampton (Peterborough) and saw this starter pack for £39; it was priced up and scanned at that pri…
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Got the last one at Alfreton! Label clearly said £39 when bought with any Samsung TV 42"+ but I took it to the checkout and it scanned at £39 :). The glasses by themselves were £70-£80 each I think - absolute bargain!!!
Gonna check out the local tesco for this today.. :)
Had these in our store for a while. From an electrical desk employee :)
Thanks for posting this. I have just got this pack at New Malden's Tesco Extra. They had several packs (10+) on a shelf near the tills upstairs.
So Solid Jedi
R these the Bluetooth models? or older IR models?

Bluetooth, Google is your friend :D
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Samsung GT E2600 only £44.98 inc vat & delivery at PrePayMania £42.49

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great deal i found for a great mobile phone. Recommended for anyone who wants a basic but modern moby :)
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Samsung F4 3.5'' 2TB 32MB 5400rpm Internal Hard Disk Drive £72.90 delivered @ Aprmedia

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Drive Configurations Capacity 2TB Interface Serial ATA 3.0Gbps Buffer DRAM Size 32 MB Bytes Per Sector 4K Sector with Emulation Performance Specifications Average Seek time (typical…
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Used APR a lot over the years and they have another subsidiary for wholesale, never had a single problem with them.
it says that these are on back order and will be despatched once available!
Price for this seems okay. Looking at the site I have to say their prices are generally very uncompetitive. Never heard of the company before, but not surprised.
I have never used them before they are a platinum seller on ebay as well as having there own website.
And deals from them have been posted here before.

Was going to order some for a Synology DS211j NAS setup today for a family member. Then discovered they have the Virgin VMDG480 super hub. but upon further reading these new Virgin Hubs don't like Synology Nas systems. So back to the drawing board to find a NAS system that will work with the Hub without disabling router part of it.
I have dealt with aprmedia a couple of years ago and had no problems, but it was a couple of years ago.
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Samsung Galaxy Nexus i9250 Smartphone (Android 4.0) for £454.00 delivered @ Amazon.de

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Best price around at the moment
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Sorry, I see on O2 and T-Mobile its £449 but you need to do min £10 top up

I prefer to buy from UK retailer and UK version, then so save tenner and have it in german with EU plug.
peabrain
its 199 sim free from carphoneware


£514.95 for Nexus
peabrain
its 199 sim free from carphoneware


This is the previous model
£199.95 for nexus S


Edited By: ettienem1001 on Jan 07, 2012 19:28
its 199 sim free from carphoneware


Sorry, I see on O2 and T-Mobile its £449 but you need to do min £10 top up
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Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 Smartphone for £376.00 delivered from Amazon.de

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Please delete if this is not allowed.... They do deliver to the UK Cheapest I can find delivered Updated price...
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Now £376 Delivered from Amazon.de
Took up the O2 deal.

Very pleased. Arrived today. Phone is unlocked and completely unbranded.

Thanks to martyj999 for pointing out deal much cheaper than SIM free from anywhere else.
a few days ago when i called amazon.de i was told out of stock and next stock expected in 1-2months and to buy from other sellers on amazon.de. but later with in 24h i got an email that said stock lead times keep changing and now available in 1-2weeks.
Hey, is this deal expired or are they just temporarily out of stock? The cheapest merchants I can find on there currently, who will deliver to the UK, have prices in excess of £438.
anyone getting the note from O2, did the phone come locked to O2, was there any branding on the software? did you have any luck unlocking the phone if you are a new customer?
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Samsung E1080i Unlocked £9.97 @ Tesco

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Saw this at a Tesco express in town and also online at Tesco website. I have had one of these for a year now and battery life is good, bought mine for £20 so i'm tempted to get another even though i r…
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I'm surprised this hasn't got more heat.
Here's a pic I took last night:

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/38815047/IMAG0420.jpg
Hey guys the phone is the 1080i version just online its not got the i lol bought one today :D
mk-donald
tehwabbit
in CPW, or 4.95 with a tenner top-up if you want it network specific

Think you'll find it is FROM 4.95 with a £10 top-up - ie was just Virgin Mobile when I last looked and far more eg £14.95 (ie +200%) with other network top-ups.
MKD


Voda, Virgin and orange last time I went in-store, that was about Early Dec though
teerex
cdm30379
u get 1080i for this price


What's the difference?


That was a joke, in reference to TV resolution 1080i/1080p.

I got this phone about 18 months ago from Asda at £15, which included a tenner credit. Phone does calls and texts (8p/min to landlines and mobiles and 5p texts. Battery can last me as much as 10 days. Thanks OP.
cdm30379
u get 1080i for this price

What's the difference?
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Samsung PS43D490 3D Plasma TV £399.99 @ BestBuy instore

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just popped into Best Buy's Enfield store to see what deals they have left in their closing down sale, and picked up 2 Samsung Plasma's for £399.99 each on manager special!! it should be £460 in thei…
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all you need is to buy the 3d glasess and pay for 3d channels and it works fine
Ouch
"Picked up 2" , "Managers special" - The power of marketing! Goes to show it does work and makes people think that they have a real bargin.
This isn't a great tv plus you can find it cheaper with a quick internet search.

http://www.buydigitaltv.co.uk/product/view/1144/SAMSUNG-PS43D490.html
i imagine it means you need a 3D input. some tvs are hd ready, all it means is its ready for a hd input.
£379 at richer sounds
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Samsung Galaxy 16GB 10.1 tablet refurbished with warranty for £279.99 (+£9.99 delivery) @ eBay digigood £289.99

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I know that there are plenty of brand new tablets going much cheaper but this is a really good tablet going for a reasonable price. It is however "manufacturer refurbished" but with a 12 month warrant…
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OFI
Mum picked up one new for that in December.

I don't get the idea of judging prices based on what you paid for them in the past, you can't get a new one for this price at the moment.

This is the cheapest option at the moment if you want to take the risk, it's not for everyone due to being refurbished and lacking a warranty. Personally I'd also say the better option is to go for the 32GB white version at £299.99 (+postage) if you are going to buy from digigood or wait as a better deal will come along once new tablets start to come out or get announced.
Even when it was £254 I wasn't convinced - American company but UK Stock. Warranty is limited to 90 days (even for a refurb that's pretty rubbish).
Mum picked up one new for that in December.
going to vote cold due to seller,digigood, as has my last order cancelled due to OUT OF STOCK!!
were £254 plus p&p a week ago same seller !!
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Samsung PS51D450 51" HD Ready Plasma TV - Pixmania - £419.10

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Surely worth having for Sky HD customers who only receive 720p anyway - for this price, it's a steal surely?
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LongPockets

That wouldn't settle it for me. I've settled it myself, by measuring ten dots on the screen and doing the math- and you seem to be right. There are somewhat fewer than 800 dots vertically. So it seems both the manual and the status screen are shining me on.


Ah - that's very big of you to come back and admit it. I can respect that. A tip of the hat to you sir.
Yas
LongPockets
Yas
LongPockets
Obviously, my "HD ready" 50 inch Samsung can display 1080i


Again, not quite right. Your HD Ready TV can *accept* 1080i, but downscales to the 720 or 768 lines available.


No, it actually does 1080i. It says so, in the manual (although confusingly mixed in with the instructions for setting resolution, and not in a list of specs), and in the status screen when the signal is 1080i. And like I say I have actually tried the different inputs and the display is better when the input is set to 1080i than when set to 720p.

You shouldn't assume that others don't know what they are talking about. It makes you look foolish.


I *always* assume people don't know what they're talking about. It saves so much time! 1080i probably looks better because it's being downscaled to 768 lines, whereas 720 is being upscaled. Easy way to settle this: what's your Samsung model number?


That wouldn't settle it for me. I've settled it myself, by measuring ten dots on the screen and doing the math- and you seem to be right. There are somewhat fewer than 800 dots vertically. So it seems both the manual and the status screen are shining me on.
LongPockets
Yas
LongPockets
Obviously, my "HD ready" 50 inch Samsung can display 1080i


Again, not quite right. Your HD Ready TV can *accept* 1080i, but downscales to the 720 or 768 lines available.


No, it actually does 1080i. It says so, in the manual (although confusingly mixed in with the instructions for setting resolution, and not in a list of specs), and in the status screen when the signal is 1080i. And like I say I have actually tried the different inputs and the display is better when the input is set to 1080i than when set to 720p.

You shouldn't assume that others don't know what they are talking about. It makes you look foolish.


I *always* assume people don't know what they're talking about. It saves so much time! 1080i probably looks better because it's being downscaled to 768 lines, whereas 720 is being upscaled. Easy way to settle this: what's your Samsung model number?
Yas
LongPockets
Obviously, my "HD ready" 50 inch Samsung can display 1080i


Again, not quite right. Your HD Ready TV can *accept* 1080i, but downscales to the 720 or 768 lines available.


No, it actually does 1080i. It says so, in the manual (although confusingly mixed in with the instructions for setting resolution, and not in a list of specs), and in the status screen when the signal is 1080i. And like I say I have actually tried the different inputs and the display is better when the input is set to 1080i than when set to 720p.

You shouldn't assume that others don't know what they are talking about. It makes you look foolish.
LongPockets
Obviously, my "HD ready" 50 inch Samsung can display 1080i


Again, not quite right. Your HD Ready TV can *accept* 1080i, but downscales to the 720 or 768 lines available.
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Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 £489.99 Delivered @ Handtec

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First deal posting so I hope this is a hot one. Seems to be the cheapest I could find it sim free... Handset: £485.99 Standard Delivery: £3.99
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£469 at simply electronics!

Just need to sell my S2 now :-)
Price has gone up to £503.99
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thezoidberg


That however is a stupid thing to say, you voted it cold because you don't like the product rather than the deal itself? *sigh*


I would say the product is part of the deal. To me £489 for a giant S2 is not a good deal because for what it is, I don't think it's priced right.


I think you are wrong on two counts. Firstly if you bothered to look into the Galaxy Note you would discover that it's more than just a large S2. For example it support hand writing input and has a faster CPU. Secondly the idea of this site is to find the best deal on a product and NOT to vote cold just because you happen not to think much of a particular product.

The OP has gone to some trouble to assist others who are looking for a good deal on a Galaxy Note and has done well in finding this deal.

Therefore voting the deal cold is unfair and petty.
HANDTEC themselves had it for lower about 472£ i think recently. and there was a cheaper openbox and another cheaper one with a scratch
Brilliant phone, good price from UK seller. Anyone found a better UK price?
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Samsung water-resistant 8GB SD Card 17MB/sec @ Dixons @ £7.97

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Could be available in store, need someone to check. Top quality SD card for the money. The Samsung SDHC Plus Memory Card is the right card to transfer your files quickly and store them
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Showing at almost £15 :(
I took a camera 30m underwater, the housing broke and the system flooded. It did not have a special SDHC card and the card still works fine! Camera does not though. So do not know the value of a water resistant card. Although I guess others may have had different experiences.
Might be difficult checking a store. Heat though.
I got two of these from Play when they were selling them for £5 each just before Christmas.
Working fine in camera.
I think Mymemory have them for around £9. I think these are also a discontinued line so more places will also start selling them off hopefully.
Good price.
I have one of these for my nex5. I used it to record full HD videos. Am looking out for a 16gb one now at a good price as 8gb can only support up to around 30 minutes full HD video. For now thought I transfer vids onto external HD. Heat added
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Samsung 32 INCH UE32C5100 LED TV 1080p £299.99 L@@K ARGOS eBayy

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What you rec? This Samsung 32 inch Full HD 1080p widescreen television is an LED TV with a 3,000,000:1 contrast ratio to provide stunning high detail images. Model: Samsung UE32C5100QKXXU
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Hot for using L@@K in the title 8) lol

Edited By: JPS on Jan 06, 2012 00:59
nice find
seems a good deal
+£3.99 delivery charge good price though heat added

Edited By: sonygeezer on Jan 06, 2012 00:18