Just bought same model but 3600 on Amazon for £125
you can try this link below, as it is portable and states it is for ps4 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seagate-4-tb-expansion-usb-30-portable-25-inch-external-hard-drive-for-pc-xbox-one-and-playstation-4-stea4000400-8299-amazon-3193762
not sure, but here is the google to explain it https://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinmurnane/2017/09/11/how-to-connect-an-external-hard-drive-to-your-ps4/#7d770d646ec5 i use these for storage. last time i fitted one, it was a internal drive :)
Does this work with ps4?
For the money these are reasonable monitors. I have bought 12 of these over the last few months (for work use) and there have been no complaints from any of my staff. Paired with the dual monitor stand from DOMU its a great way of freshening up a work station environment. Would I want for gaming?probably not, but for office use I think great value for money. Heat
Many thanks appreciate your help (y)
Yeah they took them off last night, something about the listing, said they would be back soon. It’s these ones but amazon were a couple of quid cheaper https://www.mymemory.co.uk/anker-eufy-smart-plug.html
Your link doesn't appear to be working
can you link to logitech harmony remote?
Come christmas time do you not have lights hooked up to switches that are a right royal pain to get to behind a xmas tree perhaps? I have all my lights around the house, inside and outside, hooked up to these and it is literally as simple as "Alexa Xmas lights on/off" to switch them all one way or the other.I do have two separate groups for inside and outside to be fair though. I do appreciate that not everybody likes lots xmas lights though :-)
Cheaper in Amazon Warehouse (used like new current 53.88) I got one last week for 50.21 and it seemed to be new, though the packaging had probably been opened). They seem available always and what looks the cheapest price in warehouse.
Similar sized NVMe drive is currently £16 more... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/intel-r-ssdpeknw512g8x1-660p-internal-ssd-nvme-500gb-7091-with-code-amazon-3199716 I would go for this if you're going to be using it as your boot drive. You can use a program like Macrium Reflect to clone your existing boot drive, if you don't want to go for a full re-install.
isnt this like really slow?
Yea, I'm only using 1-4, it's just my case has no more slots for 2.5/3.5 drives. One of these would be ideal.
Yes, it changed just today and can be bought it for lesser ;) DEAL POSTED
i have this board and its great. recommended.
Absolutely a great board, I just wanted the ASROCK gaming K4 for its dual M.2 slots
Great price for a b450 ! The tomahawk is a personal favourite of mine :D
Newer version GOOGLE is your friend (y)
What is the different between this monitor and the MAG24C and MAG241C? They all seems to be MSI 24” 144hz VA monitor?! It’s so confusing.
2600k since release (highfive)
As I said in another thread, I'd highly suggest the Zotac version of this card that has 3-4 heatpipes and an actual fin stack. The gigabyte version comes with a single copper heatpipe and is inferior quality. You can get a 1070 for less than £200 on the used market and that comes with 2GB extra VRAM and is a 3 year old card. Granted this comes with upsides such as being brand new, using less power and comes with warranty. The 1660 is a slow and steady advancement of price/perf, but it's not exactly revolutionary. It's a 2019 low-mid range card matching a 2016 high-mid range card. Some would be disappointed the industry has moved so little in that time frame.
and there's more, i'm still on my original win7 install too, only changes have been 3 gfx cards that couldnt last the pace
It comes near the 1070 founders edition in a few benches, but hardly a match, and that’s not even an AIO card.
Something like this: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-pavilion-15-cw0994na-amd-ryzen-5-8gb-1tb-128gb-ssd-laptop-at-bt-shop-for-469-3198757 There’s lots out there and on HUKD - depends what you need.
Any links please mate I need to get one ordered
Just last night you were arguing with me that a sub-£60 refurb desktop PC didn’t have an NVMe SSD, dedicated GPU or 4K support and what is this exactly - how come this gets a pass but costs many times more? That was my thoughts actually too. In fact the lack of GPU stands out like a sore thumb at this price point - if I were spending £500 I’d probably choose a Ryzen for half-decent integrated graphics or one of the many gaming options with a GTX 1050. The HP 250 chassis is plastic and not very durable long-term.
This is what you should expect to get at that price point. Not sure where the deal is here?
15.6 Vs 14.
agree the ryzen 5 model is better twice ram and storage.
Much better. Twice the RAM too.
Only 2 hours battery life which is unacceptable on laptops in 2019. Also 4GB ram is soldered so 8GB is the maximum ram it can take.
I rather buy Lenono yoga, HP x360 or Dell Inspirion with touchscreen and tablet mode. Much more fun.
Demand a refund and buy it here - every penny counts (y)
You will want a 2.5"
Not unless you use a sledge...
Can this go in laptop?
Well no problems to speak of, but 2 weeks is too early too really give judgement on a hard drive.
Thanks for the info
Is ebuyer selling the official UK Mi Mix or import global version?
Got my mi mix 3 at the end of last week and I'm loving it so much. Camera is great and with Google camera it's even better. Recommended to anyone.
That's the caveat I suppose - Official UK prices...In my head i'm comparing with a price like on eglobal which atm is £409.99 for 6gb/128gb. Possibly not a fair comparison to be making
Exactly (exactly!) The same with me. Great little system.
Thanks just bought one to add to my other three. this is a really good system with a useful app. Wifi never drops out, always get a really good signal. Needed one extra as the living room TV was a little way from a node and Netflix occasionally stalls.
There are other options, but Velop ticked all the boxes for me as an all round package - speed / reliability / looks / controls. It created a much stronger WiFi and I now run 5 nodes across a 200m house. The big difference is the speed I can get further away from the modem and especially outside. It is also possible to prioritise up to 3 devices. Some people have struggled to set them up, but it’s a doddle if you follow the instructions and use the phone app
It is/was a premium unit so there is quite a lot of flexibility. It will run as either a router or in bridge mode. What do you mean by static routes? It only has two Ethernet ports so one would be WAN and one LAN (it somewhat intelligently decides which is which) so you don't have much scope for fancy routing topologies, the WAN port is always going to be the default route. You can customise the channels it uses or it will auto pick. It has a third channel it uses for just communicating between the nodes, which is good, then two channels for endpoints. Be nice and don't use wide channels unless you're in the countryside, I'm tired of retuning my channels just because some idiot has gained access to the settings and seen 20MHz vs 40MHz and thought that a wider channel will give them more bandwidth.
Will this allow static routes? And how customisable is it? Separate bands etc. Many thanks
heat added, shouldn't be cold. The only reason i can of as to why people would vote could is because it is not two modules to take advantage of dual channel
https://www.ebuyer.com/search?q=gtx+1660&sort=price+ascending Edit: GTX 1660 is different to GTX 1660Ti. The former has only just been released, on Thursday.
Are you sure, I've checked daily :/
Cheers mate, glad to know!
Powercolor are one of the better AMD partners..Asus and Gigabyte are not as good as this, Sapphire are probably the only one I'd buy over this version
Try B&M then as that deal is still ongoing
Maybe true for you but the to me is over an hour away so not really worth it. ;)
Hardly a problem in most of UK and easier returns.
Half this price in office outlet same product rebadged https://www.officeoutlet.com/technology/office-electronics/heaters/beldray-2kw-flat-fan-heater/
If you want the hassle of selling the games then surely you'd be better with a Sapphire RX590 8GB at £219, selling the three game deal for £45/50 (easiest method + typical going rate for AMD deal if doing it as a bundle*) and getting a comparable card, albeit using 30-50% more power, for £170/180. Plus you can get a nice little OC out of this card without much issue. * Selling the games individually is a lot more effort now as you have to link Steam accounts to the reward site. Edit - AMD owner here (highfive)
No, only 15% performance increase for 33% cost increase, for £150 rx 580 4gb is still best bang for buck not to mention the free games. If you can get £50 for the games then the rx580 is half the price 15% less performance
Thanks, didn't know that. I honestly find that so strange of a decision to make
In a statement they said it was to show it was closer to the 2060 then the 1060 as it uses Turing architecture
How come they called this 1660 as opposed to 1160?
Good series the 8000's. Mine's very old but still works well. The main advantage over Lasers is the resolution which is photo quality with inkjets. The main disadvantage is inkjets tend to dry up if not used frequently. But mine has never dried up despite infrequent use. The multi function facilities work well Eprint is also useful as you can send text and even pdfs to a special address and they will get printed by the printer from wherever you are in the world (for instance)
Got this for £20 in a £100 cashback deal a year or so ago....we've been really pleased. As others have said tho, big old unit.
Agree with what others say, HUGE printer indeed
I got this for free... Good printer but it is huge!