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55" Toshiba Full HD Smart TV, £329.98 at ebuyer
Found 20 h, 14 m agoFound 20 h, 14 m ago
Technical Specifications Display Screen Size (inch / cm): 55" / 140cm Resolution: FHD (1920 x 1080) Panel Type: D-LED Main Features Smart TV: YES Processor Type: Dual Core… Read more

Well you’ve been extremely lucky getting over three years out of your Vestel.That said their older stuff is better made than the current crop – they’re gradually getting worse with each passing year. This, for me is way over priced for what it is. At this point in time it really should be around the £250 mark – same price as 1080p Polaroid, Techwood and DigiHome Vestels when they’re on offer as they ALL use the same chassis – you’re basically paying £80 for a Tosh badge. It’s even colder when you consider in recent weeks Samsung and LG 55” 4k models have been sub £450, over £100 more yes but they’ll be head over heels better than this + they’re 4K and you don’t have to deal with Ebuyer. Each to their own I guess.


I have a Toshiba which is a Vestel and it works just fine and has been for the last 3 years. So no issues with Vestel. You cant actually compare this to TVs which are £450 or more as thats 25% more. At this price point if someone is going to buy these they will definitely not shell out for 4K blurays at £20 each. And any other 4K content is non existent. So makes excellent sense to buy these as a stop gap until 4K matures. Great deal :D


Ebuyer+Vestel = trouble. Personally I would avoid Ebuyer at all costs but if you must they do a 55" 4K Linsar-Bauhn TV for £309 which will probably be more reliable than the "Toshiba" plus its 4K. Ultimately, Vestel TV's only make sense when they're backed up with an extended warranty from the likes of Costco, John Lewis, Richer etc.


I've noticed it doesn't matter what's on offer there's always a select few just waiting to tear it apart :D


There's plenty 4k content around And considering I jumped on the deal for the Samsung 55 inch mu6120 4k TV for just £100 more this doesn't seem so hot

HP 255 G6 Laptops - AMD A6-9220 / 4GB / 128GB SSD £249.99 OR 256GB version for £279.98 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
A couple of budget end laptops, which both have a 1366 x 768 resolution and an AMD A6-9220. There's £30 difference between the 127GB model and the 256GB, which isn't too bad. Both … Read more
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Regardless, it's night and day in terms of screen quality. Text looks really sharp. I'd never go with a low quality screen again.


This one doesn't have a dedicated gpu so don't expect to play anything on it. (league of legends wont run well 30fps~




This is little better than a chromebook, and there are many chromebooks muuch better. Its only suitable as a web browser. And even then the resolution will hinder it - you will need to scroll around the screen to view web pages. Save your money and look for something with full HD, even if you have to save up a couple of months.


With SSD or mechanical hard drive?

Maxtor M3 4TB Portable Hard Drive £89.84 @ ebuyer
Refreshed 19th AprRefreshed 19th Apr
Just dropped in price to below £90 USB 3.0 Interface SuperSpeed (Max): 5.0Gb/s Powered By USB Compatible with Windows 10/8/7/Vista, Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later

You didn’t get the joke didn’t you ??? :/ @Chanchi32 wru?


Its a good price if it doesn't go wrong and has a 3 year warranty - which oddly is a year longer than if you bought the equivalent Seagate drive!! Maybe I need glasses. I didnt see drop proof anywhere in the description and it certainly wasn't drop proof when it fell all of 6 inches. The only drop proofing I could see when I opened the casing where a few rubber surrounds in the corners. It has a 4tb seagate drive inside it. Seagate 4tb drives have the worst reliability of all the hard drive manufacturers.


I have these for the xbox and no complain from me.


Looks a bit fat


Quick enough for PS4/X-Box in comparison to others?

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ASUS A556UQ Laptop i3-7th gen 1TB HDD £329.99 free delivery at Ebuyer
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Intel Core i3-7100U 2.4GHz 4GB RAM + 1TB HDD 15.6" LED + WIFI + DVDRW NVIDIA GeForce 940MX 2GB Windows 10 Home

Nothing to do with updates though with this laptop, it’s just a bad bad model. Not fit for purpose


I am providing a suggestion/exemplar, not directing everyone to blindly buy it, doing your own research is essential. Correct, it is a different laptop, no argument with that. I am providing a guideline based on my own opinion with what I look for in terms of specs on a laptop. Additionally, it depends on your usage, to some it can be an investment contributing towards their work/business etc and you are investing your own money with products such as a laptop so I would consider it an investment for myself. This could be different for you. Personally I look for laptops within the specs I listed above as a guideline as productivity can be affected with slower laptops due to a waste of time with launching programs, freezes etc. To others, they may be satisfied with the laptop posted on here if they have time to spare to use a laptop with lower performance. This will all depend on what you intend to use it for, either for work or leisure as well as how much you can financially spend. Valid points. As I stated earlier, I am merely providing a suggestion based on some of the spec, not focused on the laptop or brand itself. With every deal posted on here I would heavily suggest doing thorough research before blindly buying as every laptop will not be tailored to each individuals preferences and it may have future issues other users may have experienced. Obviously each laptop will have benefits/drawbacks and there are chances of receiving a faulty unit. That is what warranty and return policies are there for.


I bought the Lenovo 520S with 8Gb ram and 256gb SSD on a recent "unmissable" Amazon deal that was only around for an hour or two, and it has already gone back. Not particularly faster for web browsing and Office than my 5yr old Asus low spec model, and attrocious battery life (less than 4 hrs). They all have their pros and cons !


Lenovo devices can have trouble starting - just google it and see how many reports you get. Both Lenovo products I have had start up issues, however the ASUS I got for someone else is still going well after 5 years, although they did get a new battery. Personally wouldnt touch Lenovo again and definitely not in preference to Asus.


completely different laptop and its not an investment and no argument, itts more expensive

Toshiba TR200 240GB 2.5" SSD £49.97 at Ebuyer
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Sequential Read/Write Speed up to 555/540 MB/s Up to 240 TB TBW 64-layer 3D BiCS FLASH Up to 82,000/88,000 IOPS 3 Year Warranty
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They did rather infamously have a staff/office picture of the RMAs they'd refused up on the wall - for which staff (allegedly) got bonuses. Discussed at length on HUKD at the time. Surprised they're still in business. They did the dirty on me as well years ago and I haven't shopped there since.


Toshiba as a brand are crap but the storage division is ex-OCZ


Hi, All our products come with a warranty. If you have had any problems with a particular order, please email scott@ebuyer.com and we will look into this further for you. Kind Regards Ebuyer Support


Hi thanks for reaching out, could you please list the products you won't honour the warranty's on, thanks


Hi, We would honour any warranty sold with this product, if you can send further details to scott@ebuyer.com this can be reviewed further for you. Kind Regards Ebuyer Support

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Intel Core i7-7740X 4.30GHz LGA 2066 Retail Boxed Processor, £234.99 at ebuyer
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
i7-7740X Socket 2066 Kaby Lake-X Turbo Speed 4.5 GHz

To be quite frank (like you are) you don't know what you're talking about. You haven't backed anything up, you've just looked for anything that can be taken out of context i.e. using a very specific workload as a benchmark for the overall performance difference of a whole generation of CPUs. It's like judging a bodybuilder in a competition based on their chest alone & not there whole body.If your own personal research is bad it's not my job to correct it for you, the ownace is on you. Side note: this cpu is £140 at cex https://uk.webuy.com/product-detail?id=scpuinti77740x and still, in my opinion it's not worth it unless you have a compatible motherboard already.


got this from amazon at xmas for £179....motherboard cost me £299.....vr just flies now with my 1080ti....and games are real smooth at ultra high settings....im happy with it


Ok, best that you wait 10 years and pick one up then.


1) CPU from OcUK when they cleared out, forums only special offer IIRC. Aorus board from Scan. It was about £160 when I bought. They put the price up to £180+ by the time it hit this site a few days later. 2) Personally I don’t care about the LEDs. Higher end boards get better power delivery which aids in overclocking, USB 3.1, more M.2 slots, better audio etc. The rough equivalent features wise is the Z370 Aorus Gaming 5 which is ~£180. 3) 7820X probably, if the price drops. 8 core, 4.5Ghz Turbo stock. Lets see what the next refresh brings. ;) 4) Yeah, writing is on the wall for the consumer chip on the HEDT platform idea, but that doesn’t make it a bad chip if the price is attractive enough, which is what I said in my first post. You can still buy a 7700K and that’s dead-er than the 7740X as regards platform … and more expensive and slower.


1) Where did you buy for £331? That is 100 quid lower than record prices. Was it used? The cheapest I see the Auros for is 180 quid. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gigabyte-AORUS-Ultra-Gaming-Motherboard/dp/B072VLFFKC/ref=sr_1_fkmr2_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1524141410&sr=8-2-fkmr2&keywords=motherboard+auros+os+x299 And the cheapest I see the 7740x is 234.99. So, something is up! 2) You can buy the Auros for much cheaper for the z370. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Z370-Aorus-Gaming-K3-Motherboard/dp/B075ZZ4XDD/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1524141520&sr=1-2&keywords=Auros+z370&dpID=51ZiusNb7ML&preST=_SY300_QL70_&dpSrc=srch But let's be clear, you mention the 87 quid board was 'bad'. I disagree. Feel free to take a look at the offerings, they don't have LEDs, but they certainly have good features. The z370 chipset itself is strong enough on its own. As you said to someone else, you can't back that generalised and incorrect assertion up. 3) What CPU are you considering for an 'upgrade' path here? The 7740x is clearly aimed at gamers rather than HEDT work loads, are you planning on paying 1k+ for one of the 10/12/16 core chips? 4) You mention 'outdated kit' yet you don't see the writing on the wall for the 4 core 7740x? That's a platform that doesn't have mainstream support, was greatly ignored, and overpriced. You suggest the 8700k will be window fillers at CEX, but I'd suggest these motherboards and CPUs will be the CEX filler. (un-provable assertion, see ;-))

Acer XF250Q 24.5" 240hz Full HD LED Monitor £199.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Seems like a good price for a 240hz monitor. Not necessarily for everyday users but may be of interest to gamers. Has VESA mount capability. Display 24.5" Screen LED Backlight… Read more
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Does anyone actually believe they need 240fps to be a competitive gamer? You don't, it's marketing rubbish. A good framerate is important but only to a point, 240hz is ridiculous. How do you think UT and Quake players managed back in the day? They managed just fine without these monitors. .


But he just pointed out that it's not hoping to run new AAA games at 240hz. It's for esports games, where this sort of performance is most relevant and achievable. Think games like Dota, Starcraft, CS:GO, Overwatch, LoL etc. No one cares about this level of performance outside of the competitive gaming demographic.


As the guy said it’s for esports titles. Yes the game engine maybe old but try telling half a million people who play the game everyday and the 13 million unique players that. I personally hit 600fps on this game with the resolution I play. But just because you don’t see the point. Doesn’t mean it’s bad for others. If you don’t play games that hit the high frames, yes stick to IPS 60hz etc.


That's what? 6 years old? based on a game released back in 2004. Time to move on maybe? What's it like trying to playing a new game at 240hz, good luck with that.


according to wiki: DP 1.2a should allow for 17.28 Gbit/s for video and 1080p240 should only require 14.00 Gbit/s. It is always worth checking for dodgy manufacturer claims though! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DisplayPort#1.2 I'm not sure about that 144hzmonitors site. That review more reads as someone compared tech sheets rather than tested a monitor in person.

HP Colour Laser MFP - £217.98 / £117.98 after £100 cashback @ Ebuyer
30/04/2018Expires on 30/04/2018Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Decent quality Colour Laser MFP available. £217.98 with £100 cashback. Seems like a decent deal to me. Yes, I know the branded consumables are expensive, but decent quality compat… Read more

Just bought direct from HP using my companies discount company for 209.99.. But then I read that they have a Price Match scheme, where they match and take a further 5% off.. So send them the link the amazon deal. Fingers crossed.


Now discontinued at Ebuyer Just got one from Amazon for £199.98 with Prime delivery


Mine arrived today. It’s a bit of a beige lump but very impressed with build and print quality. Colour is perfectly serviceable on glossy paper. Reckon by the time I need a replacement set of toner it will be available on aftermarket


Ordered yesterday at £218, saw it had dropped, called them and had the previous order cancelled and ordered again at £199 (£99 after cashback)


Dropped to £99 (£199.98 - £100 Cashback) now.. Absolute bargain!

Toshiba Canvio Desktop 3TB 3.5" USB 3.0 External Hard Drive £67.98 Delivered @ eBuyer
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Dropped down in price again for anyone looking :) SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port Auto-backup software Extra security PC and Mac compatible HIGH CAPACITY. HIGH SPEED. Store th… Read more
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Ah that makes sense - even to me!! Thanks guys.


It's not a computer, it is only external storage. You would typically purchase this if you needed additional storage for an existing laptop/desktop or to be able to make a backup of your files. Or, to connect to a games console to provide extra storage space. From what you have said, this isn't what you're looking for.


You also need to add a computer has this is only an external harddrive.


Excuse my ignorance here - so I just add monitor, keyboard and windows plus any Microsoft package and I'm good to go? Looking for a PC for daughter to do school work. Thanks (from a technophobe!!)


There is another existing deal for this and everybody tells to avoid any deal at all price with eBuyer......

Acer Predator GN246HL 24 inch 144hz Gaming Monitor £159.98 @ Amazon/Ebuyer
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Update: Amazon are now price matching! Seems to be a fairly good price :) Paste time: General 3D Capable Yes Aspect Ratio Widescreen - 16:9 Backlight Technology LED backlight B… Read more

Can recommend f.lux as been using it for the last few years. However, for those on Win10 like myself, it now has a built in function which does the same thing. It's called Night Light for anyone not wanting another program to install.


Maybe using f.lux could help if you are using the monitor with a PC/Mac: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/flux-a-neat-program-to-automatically-adjust-your-screen-display-in-order-to-help-protect-your-eyes-and-help-you-sleep-better-2909165 Quite a lot of settings and options. It is free btw.


Must be selling these off now, cause the 27 inch version was the exact same price last week from eBuyer.


I think the main reason for this is that ULMB/lightboost at the highest setting dramatically reduces the brightness of the image on the screen. This means for the tech to work the overall brightness offered needs to be super high. And it is worth it. Lightboost is fantastic at reducing blur. But I'm not sure you can have lightboost active while using highest refresh rate or with gsync active. As for the quality of the image being degraded at lower brightness, I've got a similar display and have the brightness set at 0 in the on screen menu. However i've also tweaked the colour and a couple of other settings and have a fantastic looking display. I dont have the hardware to calibrate the display myself but borrowed from another. It isn't as accurate as the ips it sits next to, but there isn't a huge difference once both are calibrated. In addition, the ips can't do 240hz, so each has its place. I know many gamers seek out high brightness displays and that high brightness is a requirement when showing 3d content so that may also play a part. In fact I believe lightboost is a part of the Nvidia 3d offering so they go hand in hand. But it would be nice to have a greater range on the brightness slider.


I got this about a week ago on offer. It is great, but one BIG issue anyone buying should be warned about is it is VERY BRIGHT! Since having it I feel like I am staring into lamp. It also is bad if you ever use a webcam or camera in general as it will wash your face out. Even with the light off in my room this thing makes everything lit up. Now you can lower it but I find it loses a lot of quality. Just a warning. I am happy with it for gaming but for general use I use my old screen instead.

HP 250 G6 i3 Laptop 2SY33ES £298 after cash back (or £348.99 without) - Ebuyer
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Cash back deal available until 30th April Processor Intel® Core™ i3-6006U 2GHz 3MB cache 2 cores Memory 4 GB DDR4-2133 SDRAM Configuration: 1 x 4 GB 2 SODIMM Hard Drive 128GB … Read more

They've offered me £25 via online quote, not £50.


I am claiming this is my opinion for everyone else


Wow a whole 20% that most people will never even notice and nowhere near 20% anyway that's a made up statistic. 6006 is perfectly usable I've got 3 kids playing games on it right now. People whine & whinge but it's perfectly usable. Most people don't have something to trade in and if they do it'll likely be old & doesn't meet requirements like dodgy battery, worn out etc Can't understand why when challenged to find like for like better spec for same money or less you bring up something that has a prerequisite of a previous working laptop, really daft not even close to comparable.


So you're claiming youre right for everyone else? Nope


Decent customer that 6006 especially at this price point

Xenta 163 Piece Rotary Tool and Accessory Kit @ Ebuyer £17.99 + Collect+ £2.98
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Good Price For the Spec 163pcs rotary tool and accessory kitWith a staggering 163 pieces in a compact accessory kit, this rotary multi-tool is the ideal equipment for DIY jobs arou… Read more

I bought one and it went ip in smoke just out of warranty after having used for a total of no more than 2 hours. Shame as it was quite useful


I got one last year and it broke within 5 minutes! This post has just reminded me that I never did get round to returning it ;(


Great tool, as said above though, awful awful carry case.


I got one of these last year and now it's this year, I just don't know where the time went.


Voted hot. I bought one recently like from Maplins

DDR4 Corsair Vengeance LPX Red 8GB CL14 £69.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
1x8GB 2400MHz Latency: 14-16-16-31 Low Profile & Heat Spreader Designed for high-performance overclocking

This RAM has been available at many points over the last six months at this price level, so I'd question how much of a 'deal' it really is. That said, considering the current market, this isn't a bad deal. I note that buying two sticks of this 8GB variant together would set you back at least £160, which puts it in a good light. Personally, I still can't justify pulling the trigger at these inflated prices. It just feels wrong. Here's to a really cracking deal popping up in the near future (cheeky)


Ram prices used to go up and down wildly. But they went up a couple of years ago and never come back down. Price really has doubled. But that's the price these days. Annoying.


£70 for 8GB of DDR4 2400?!?! Why is this hot =/


You're amazing.


no, 2 I also bought 4x4 2666mhz for £25 on ebay

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB PC4-24000 3000MHz DDR4 RAM (1x 16GB) £149.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (1x 16GB) PC4-24000 DDR4 3000MHz Latency 15-17-17-35 Voltage 1.35V XMP 2.0 support Desktop RAM - NON ECC. Part No: CMK16GX4M1B3000C15 Link to - Corsai… Read more

With the right kind of blu-tack, an unlimited supply of Craft beers and the help of Harry Kane's shoulder anything is posible.


is this compatible with my s7 edge? so i dont need to upgrade to s9


LOL.... If you have to ask , "If this will fit" ... Best if you don't own a P.C . Or Google is your best friend Heat added as good price , and the priceless comments on here


I think iMacs use laptop memory (SODIMMS) and this is the larger desktop RAM. The speed isn't usually an issue as it will run at the lower speed automatically although I don't know how Apple do things!


I have a 2017 iMac the spec is currently 2400 memory , will putting in 3000 balls it up?

VX3276-mhd-2 32" FHD SuperClear IPS Monitor - £173.97 at Ebuyer
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
32”W (31.5” Viewable)SuperClear IPS TFT LCD PanelResolution : 1920 x 1080Aspect Ratio : 16:9Response Time : 4 ms (GtG)

I've got the 27" and it's great. I wanted a decent monitor for pc gaming and general use BUT had to look nice, perfect!


Great price, thin 32" monitor. Great find thanks!


I really think it needs to be QHD at this size and price but I guess it'll be a good IPS display and 1080p is ok - I would personally prefer more pixels over 'physical size'. Looks great anyway.


If it's purely just to watch content and nothing else then get a TV. With a TV you get a remote to switch on/off + control the volume. This monitor comes with cr@p 2W speaker so you also need to add speaker, which you need to switch on and off to use with your monitor.


Don't think 1080p is good enough for a 32" monitor? But maybe.. if you're planning to sit far from the monitor

Crucial MX500 1TB SSD £206.78 Ebuyer
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Capacity 1TB 2.5inch SSD Sequential Read/Write 560MB/s - 510MB/s Random Read/Write IOPS – 95k/90k Limited Five Year Warranty
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Bought from Amazon with next day delivery (free) thanks to a free 6 month of Prime through NUS card, great deal for me


It's really only Amazon who suffers and you could make a good case that it's more ethical to take money off them than the Krays - at least they loved their mothers.


I bought one and was tempted to go all dell boy and resell more. Then I thought I can't be bothered with tax man and the ethical dishonesty of it. (strong)


If you missed out on the Amazon deal, there's a whole bunch of CT2050MX300SSD1 on eBay right now going cheap(ish) - everyone's taking the profit.


Is ebuyer going to troll amazon's auto price match again. I want another silly cheap ssd (lol)

Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 32 GB (4 x 8 GB) 2400 MHz C10 XMP 2.0 Enthusiast Desktop RAM £249.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
I know it's only 2400MHz, but tight timings and an awesome price for 32GB of DDR4 RAM. Been following it for a while to go in my Z170 6700k PC (my board can only push RAM to 2400M… Read more
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It is truly luck of the draw with corsair RAM, however, because of the very tight timings of this particular set, it was likely going to be high quality Hynix or Samsung ICs :)


Wow. Had no idea anything like that was possible with them!


I've just received mine, I'm a *very* happy customer, I got a set of Samsung B-Die ICs. I have them clocked to 3200MHz at CL16 rock solid just now, about to try lowering the timings. :D Thanks OP! You've literally saved me a stack of cash. Update: 3200MHz CL14 running absolutely fine. (excited)


If it was 3200 or higher i would have had it lol.


Who knows. Maybe 3,600 men will work.

Kingston A400 120GB SSD £38.90 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
10x Faster than a hard drive Upto 500MB/s read Upto 320MB/s write Ideal for desktops and notebooks Limited 3-year warranty

the same site was literally selling this for less that £30 just yesterday.... sorry op i only see this going 1 way, better put on a jacket.


LOL you've got to be joking. 120gb Integral SSD's are £25


Write speed is bad speed for a SSD. Bait n switch anyone ??

Transcend SSD220 240GB SSD, £49.98 delivered at Ebuyer
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Transfer speed, transfer performance Endurance. Reliability. Save power, save time Take control with SSD Scope 3 Year Limited warranty

Ordered one from Amazon (cheeky) Better customer service and support over Ebuyer by miles. Bought a cheap Crucial 64GB V4 from those jokers few years back and when it died just few months after purchase, Ebuyer washed their hands off and didn't want to hear about it saying it's not their responsibility, when retailers is supposed to deal with RMA during 1st year of the warranty.


Amazon have it at 1p cheaper :D


Out of stock for me 13.54


How come expired , oos ? Back in stock for me , £49.97.


Decided to cancel my order anyway, dont really need it as I have 2 samsung evo 850's