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Ebuyer is one of the UK’s most popular online retailers, particularly for computers and computer parts. Along with computers and computer accessories, Ebuyer also stocks TVs, mobile phones, tablets, gaming consoles, and software. HotUKDeals collects all of the latest Ebuyer deals and promotions, which are listed below. Read more

All Ebuyer Deals, Discounts & Sales for February 2018

Xenta Cat5e Patch Cable 15m £1.98 Delivered @ Ebuyer
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Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Title says it all really :) Cheap 15m cat 5 patch lead available in three colours, if you need a long patch lead you can't go wrong for less then £2.00 :D
how do you get free delivery ?
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SUMMONER1 m ago

Expired, free delivery offer is no more.


Thanks for the heads up
I'll expire.
Expired, free delivery offer is no more.
Its charging me delivery. Do you need to use a code?
ThePrince3 m ago

Thanks OP. Purchased as a backup (of a backup). Will throw in to my HUKD …Thanks OP. Purchased as a backup (of a backup). Will throw in to my HUKD spares box (_;)


Just bought the red and blue cables (next day delivery). I always make sure I have 3 or 4 'backups' especially when you see a good deal. Hot
Toshiba Canvio Desktop 3TB 3.5" USB 3.0 External Hard Drive Gloss Black £69.99 @ Ebuyer
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Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
Tech stuff from website: Device Type Hard drive - external (desktop) Capacity 3 TB Form Factor 3.5” Interface USB 3.0 Features Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately), sho… Read more
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microbar22nd Feb

Good deal shame about the seller. People never learn; there have been …Good deal shame about the seller. People never learn; there have been many, many reports of how bad they are to deal with when you have a problem, but people still use them to save a few quid...E Notes are a joke, and try to phone them abandon all hope.


Quite right - I tried to use them once - NEVER AGAIN!! - A complete nightmare to deal with.
Are these quite old now? I picked up a Toshiba 2tb second hand one that looks a bit dated. This looks similar.
Good deal shame about the seller. People never learn; there have been many, many reports of how bad they are to deal with when you have a problem, but people still use them to save a few quid...E Notes are a joke, and try to phone them abandon all hope.
I recently had some issues with a WD MyBook Live and had to get the data of it using a caddy. That was when I learnt that a 2.5" external drive with usb is fine but the 3.5" ones aren't. I guess as you write those 2.5 ones are the portable ones and the others are just hard disks in a caddy.
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Onyx 800TVL Fixed Lens 25m IR Dome Camera Twin Pack Save £30 - £23.96 Delivered @ Ebuyer
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Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
Connectivity: Wired Night Vision up to 25m 800TVL 3.6mm Fixed Lens Up to 25m Night Vision Range Wide 75 degrees viewing angle
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marktate9 h, 52 m ago

Will these fit into an exsisting dvr, i have 8ch with only 4 in use.


These will fit existing dvr’s
Plug the power supply unit into a wall socket and the other end of the power supply unit goes to the splitter cable Then use the splitter cable to plug into the cameras
sam8009 h, 58 m ago

I’m looking for good quality outdoor Cctv system with decent price. Any s …I’m looking for good quality outdoor Cctv system with decent price. Any suggestions guys?


But then you have to wire all the way to the loft...Isn’t a cloud based recorder easier, safer and less hassle?
Horrorwood2 h, 37 m ago

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Swann-DVR8-4580-Motion-Sensing-8-Channel-1TB-CCTV-Kit-with-4x-1080p-Cameras/172683886539PIR motion sensors are pretty handy.


I’m looking for 4MP kit
Thanks for suggesting
soled732 h, 21 m ago

If I were to use these externally, mounted on a [house] wall, what's the …If I were to use these externally, mounted on a [house] wall, what's the best method to power them? Would you suggest the plug into a power socket or some other method?


power and video is run though a bnc cable.... psu in house at point of tv/monitor
PS4 psvr Move Controllers (twin pack) £59.76 @ Ebuyer
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Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
Got a base psvr so was looking for the controllers (which are extortionate!) Not cheap but the best price I could find by about £10. Plus free p&p & ebuyer are a good r… Read more
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Man, I sold my 2 move controllers and a navigation controller, along with the ps3 camera and eyepet for about £15 on ebay 2 years ago.. Now I'm looking to buy only 2 of those items back for 4 times as much!
chunk3rvd6 h, 30 m ago

You’re right. My mistake! Surprised that they bothered doing new packaging …You’re right. My mistake! Surprised that they bothered doing new packaging for these old models. Assumed all “PS4” moves were the new modelTbh, battery life isn’t a big deal. You can get charging docks for the old ones so cheap. I paid less than £3 on eBay. I just leave them to charge in between VR sessions and they’ve never ran out on me


Though it's not ideal to let them charge to 100%, it 'ages' the battery quicker.

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Rob_13044 m ago

The images and description in the link show these are still the mini usb …The images and description in the link show these are still the mini usb ones. They won't have the increased battery life that the micro-usb versions do.


You’re right. My mistake! Surprised that they bothered doing new packaging for these old models. Assumed all “PS4” moves were the new model

Tbh, battery life isn’t a big deal. You can get charging docks for the old ones so cheap. I paid less than £3 on eBay. I just leave them to charge in between VR sessions and they’ve never ran out on me
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Price has also gone up to £62.98.
chunk3rvd2 m ago

Are these not essentially V2’s already? Different connection on the bottom …Are these not essentially V2’s already? Different connection on the bottom compared to the originals (micro instead of mini USB) and better battery life. I doubt you’ll see another revision this gen


The images and description in the link show these are still the mini usb ones. They won't have the increased battery life that the micro-usb versions do.
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Apple iPad 9.7 inch ,Wifi 32Gb Silver - £295.68 @ Ebuyer
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Joseph_Hawkins16 h, 25 m ago

Good price, eBuyer are a good company too, replaced/refunded my devices …Good price, eBuyer are a good company too, replaced/refunded my devices when I had issues very quickly.Although one thing to note, as it's not very clear that is these aren't the latest devices (hence cheaper price) and are last years - I bought a Macbook in August 2017 and got an early 2016 model, which for nearly £250 less I couldn't care.


This is the latest iPad released last year with the screen that has been downgraded by Apple so it's considerably worse quality than on previous models.
John Lewis have just price matched this for me with laptops direct as they have a physical store unlike ebuyer. Yes it's £4 more at £299 but personally I'd rather that and purchase from JL (not that I have anything against Ebuyer as I use them a lot).
Good price, eBuyer are a good company too, replaced/refunded my devices when I had issues very quickly.

Although one thing to note, as it's not very clear that is these aren't the latest devices (hence cheaper price) and are last years - I bought a Macbook in August 2017 and got an early 2016 model, which for nearly £250 less I couldn't care.
jellysquid5 m ago

But surely you can get a cable cheap enough or use an old one. Us/EU makes …But surely you can get a cable cheap enough or use an old one. Us/EU makes no difference - I'd buy it.


I’m not disputing it.
snoopy1818 h, 18 m ago

The other end


But surely you can get a cable cheap enough or use an old one. Us/EU makes no difference - I'd buy it.
Adata 3dNAND 256gb SSD £59.99 @ Ebuyer
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Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
Seems about as cheap as you can find a 256gb SSD anywhere with warranty worth mentioning Specifications Capacity 120GB / 240GB / 480GB Form Factor 2.5" NAND Flash 3D NAND Di… Read more
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blazey8519th Feb

For those interested, a tenner more for a slightly faster version on …For those interested, a tenner more for a slightly faster version on Amazon with Primehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/ADATA-SU800-3D-NAND-Long-Endurance-ASU800SS-256GT-C/dp/B01K8A2A0E/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_3?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1519036392&sr=1-3-fkmr1&keywords=adata+3d+nand+650


Can you explain why it's quicker? I am a novice but in the market for a ssd
Muig197259 m ago

Anyone got any insights as to whether it's worth getting the Crucial MX500 …Anyone got any insights as to whether it's worth getting the Crucial MX500 over this, at £66.34, apart from the obvious 5 year Crucial guarantee?https://www.ebuyer.com/822477-crucial-mx500-250gb-ssd-ebuyer-ct250mx500ssd1


Crucial for me, every time when there's so little difference in price.
Stop the SSD deals! I can't decice which to buy for OS drive haha.

Kingston SSD A400 @ £37.75 or SanDisk SSD PLUS 120 GB @ £41.97 or this Adata.. cueless when it comes to SSDs
Anyone got any insights as to whether it's worth getting the Crucial MX500 over this, at £66.34, apart from the obvious 5 year Crucial guarantee?

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WD Green 120GB 2.5" 7mm Solid State Drive £39.52 @ Ebuyer
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Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
1.5 percent cashback from TCB makes it 38.90
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It sounds like you're doing something wrong then, or it's a compatibility issue.

I'm sure there's a list of compatible drives, so find a compatible mechanical drive and buy it. An SSD is a complete waste of money for a PS2 because you won't see speeds any faster than a mechanical drive.
WG4711 h, 45 m ago

Assuming you're talking about the internal drive for the original model, …Assuming you're talking about the internal drive for the original model, it used PATA, so you'd need a converter to use a SATA drive. It did use a 3.5" drive so there'd probably be room for the drive and a converter.If you're using the drive through USB, IIRC all models of PS2 have USB1 ports, so literally the crappiest, slowest USB drive (flash or mechanical) would max it out.You'd have to be off your head to waste an SSD on a PS2.


Hi. I've currently got a SATA Network Adaptor and FreeMcBoot on a memory card. I've already tried a 2.5" sata HDD but running Winhip failed to load an ISO onto said HDD. I simply want to back up my collection of PS2 games and save wear and tear' on the disc reader.
pazuzu173 h, 22 m ago

Will this work in a softmoded PS2?


Assuming you're talking about the internal drive for the original model, it used PATA, so you'd need a converter to use a SATA drive. It did use a 3.5" drive so there'd probably be room for the drive and a converter.

If you're using the drive through USB, IIRC all models of PS2 have USB1 ports, so literally the crappiest, slowest USB drive (flash or mechanical) would max it out.

You'd have to be off your head to waste an SSD on a PS2.
Will this work in a softmoded PS2?
HannsG HQ272PPB 27" WQHD 2K IPS Monitor £179.98 @ Ebuyer
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In stock at ebuyer. Out of stock at Amazon but can be back-ordered at this price. Previous best price was £186.21 - credit to HUKD member daudiam for finding that one, posted here… Read more
Hanns G are reliable from my experience. I have been installing them across our estate, probably done 300 to 400 over the last 2 years and never had a report of back lights failing.
Also installed a raft of LG 42" TV screens around the same time and the back lights are failing like dominoes just after 18 months.
I know pc monitors and tv monitors aren't quite the same but the back light tech is similar.
Wouldn't invest in anything LG for display purposes based on my experience but they do make awesome washing machines
Also got this monitor, definitely recommend
Scan use all the returned parts and use them for things like overclocking bundles, or barebones. Their testing process for returns isn't very rigorous, so it's hit and miss what you get. I've experienced it myself years ago, and semi-recently I know somebody who had to purchase another GTX 980Ti (back when they were new) because he was without a GPU and scan were taking so long with the return. He couldn't register it with nvidia to return it himself, because it had already been registered elsewhere? It was indeed very strange. But yeah, only good until something goes wrong. Be careful.
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PsychoSonny3 h, 26 m ago

You sound like my mate. All he did was bang on about how good scan have …You sound like my mate. All he did was bang on about how good scan have been to him. He bought another pc from them pre-built. It's been a month now and he still doesn't have a working pc. It arrived DOA. They sent an engineer to replace PSU, still dead. Now getting sent back to them to diagnose.He now says he will never buy from them again. This is after saying for the past 3 years he would never buy a pc from anywhere else as they are that good.1 mistake and people dump a brand these days unless it's named apple.


I will never buy from Scan ever ever again, after reading your post.
lindajane1023613 h, 19 m ago

Dam 13 years



I know right, no issues with it, the colour is still crisp and vibrant and not one dead pixel, and it is rarely off a whole day, and the only thing wrong with it is the small power button came off last year so i can't switch it off or on, just from the mains switch now.....of course now that i have invoked sods law it won't switch on tomorrow. lol
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Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse £63.99 Delivered @ eBuyer
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Fantastic price for what is, in my opinion, one of the best productivity mice out there. I'm currently using the original version, and whilst you may think it's a lot to spend on … Read more
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coalfield2 h, 35 m ago

Is it just the ergonomics that make this mouse worth the money or are …Is it just the ergonomics that make this mouse worth the money or are there any features that make it a good? Also how does it fair for gaming versus a wired mouse?


The scroll wheel can spin intelligently switch between granular clicks and hyper fastscrolling. It's also got side scroll and a decent other buttons. The software is okay and I use it pretty well for csgo. Other less. Fast paced games will be fine.
Is it just the ergonomics that make this mouse worth the money or are there any features that make it a good? Also how does it fair for gaming versus a wired mouse?
been looking at getting this for a while! Heat added
The MX Master AMZ version is £49.99 for those that prefer the gold theme and not fussed about battery upgrade.

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WD Green 240GB SSD (540MB/s Read) £61.97 @ Ebuyer
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Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Another awesome deal on a very reliable SSD, comes with 3 year warranty and transfer speeds of 540MB/s!
Thanks Evil-Muffin and rossysaurus!

Since it only costs a few pounds extra, going to to go for the blue then.
boonkoh2 h, 39 m ago

What's the difference between the green and blue versions of SSDs from …What's the difference between the green and blue versions of SSDs from Western Digital?Their website isn't very helpful in comparing....


The green had no onboard cache so it will choke when writing large files.

This would be fine for most users but it is not a high performance drive. Still much faster than a mechanical drive but spend a bit more on a Crucial or Samsung drive if you want high performance.
boonkoh26 m ago

What's the difference between the green and blue versions of SSDs from …What's the difference between the green and blue versions of SSDs from Western Digital?Their website isn't very helpful in comparing....


ssd.userbenchmark.com/Com…455

That was a quick Google search and upon looking at the data it shows the blue being the better choice from the data sheet.

I'm just assuming from that results page.
What's the difference between the green and blue versions of SSDs from Western Digital?

Their website isn't very helpful in comparing....
MSI Z270 Gaming M3 Intel Socket 1151 Motherboard £104.99 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Thought this was a good price for anyone looking right now. It's a rather nice looking mobo. It's been out a little while but still a nice option in this price bracket imo. They al… Read more
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Soz everyone it was the 170 not 270 my mistake
R6cal14 h, 31 m ago

£99.99 on ebay so cold for me


I checked - avg £168 on ebay. So... yeah.
After having to return a motherboard, I'm never buying anywhere but Amazon.

I returned a mobo to scan and it has taken 4 weeks. The last time I returned a computer component to amazon, it took 2 days and there was no hassle.
***R6cal***the ones on ebay are pucka are they!!!
Ebay has many pc things that are flashed so they claim to be what they are not
No rich roast , no sale ...
Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 2.0/3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive £86.98 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Good price for 4TB + 2 year warranty and free del Seagate Expansion desktop drive, add-on storage for your PC The Seagate Expansion desktop drive provides extra storage for your … Read more
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jeannot1816 h, 20 m ago

The problem is that 2 heads out of 8 are busted. The disk spin up and then …The problem is that 2 heads out of 8 are busted. The disk spin up and then off. Apparently the area where the data does not look damaged, so that the positive thing. It's not a matter of just replacing the heads, as I said you need to find them coming from a disk that was build at the same period because the technology changes slightly all the time (That's what that guy told me and I kind of trust him as he was recommended and so far he has not asked me for money and has spent quite a bit of time and resources to do the diagnostic. He is waiting on a few emails he wrote to see if he can source the heads, but he said that it is not looking promising so far, hence to send it to Seagate directly


Sorry - I did not realise that 2 heads were busted. I have never been in this situation, and think you are doing the right thing.

Good luck
The problem is that 2 heads out of 8 are busted. The disk spin up and then off. Apparently the area where the data does not look damaged, so that the positive thing. It's not a matter of just replacing the heads, as I said you need to find them coming from a disk that was build at the same period because the technology changes slightly all the time (That's what that guy told me and I kind of trust him as he was recommended and so far he has not asked me for money and has spent quite a bit of time and resources to do the diagnostic. He is waiting on a few emails he wrote to see if he can source the heads, but he said that it is not looking promising so far, hence to send it to Seagate directly
jeannot1820 m ago

No I am not a professional photographer, that just family pictures taken …No I am not a professional photographer, that just family pictures taken over the years. Contacted Seagate and their data recovery department. It is going to cost me £562 including shipping to Holland where the lab is. So I will have to make a decision to go ahead or not. The local guy i took the drive to is still trying to find the part that need replacing (it's more complex as it has to come from a drive built at the same time/batch) and he cannot guarantee that it will work. His advice is to send it to Seagate as if they can't fix it, it will cost me only £40 to cover the diagnostic. But yes from now on, I will back up the important stuff twicePS: Seagate agreed to replace the drive with a new one too for free


Will keep my fingers crossed for you. I am not a data recovery expert so cannot advise. I am assuming that the disk is physically dead, so ACRONIS data recovery or similar software cannot be used. I have never been in this situation, so am not the right person to advise. There is a lot of expertise on forums like reddit or MyDigitalLife. reddit is blocked by some ISPS like TalkTalk,as it is not 100% legal in it's attitude to software. MyDigitalLife does not allow piracy. You register for free, and post an enquiry in the hardware section. I assume that the disk has been tried in another computer. Does not have to be identical spec provided that the interface is the same eg SATA. Could be IDE, but might have to hunt around for an IDE host.

I don't want to build your hopes up too high, but a bit more info for nothing might help. Trouble is it could be ruined if touched by someone less competent.
regcar3 h, 8 m ago

Hope I don't sound too much like a pompous pratt. You sound like a …Hope I don't sound too much like a pompous pratt. You sound like a professional/keen photographer. As people have said many times you should have at least 2 copies of important stuff. I say 3 - with one off site. Storage is now dirt cheap. When I started, 90MB hard disk was £30. Would not hold more than 10 photos now.Good luck with recovery.PS - anything really important can also be stored on the Cloud quite cheaply. Possible to even swap data with a friend? to protect both of you.



No I am not a professional photographer, that just family pictures taken over the years. Contacted Seagate and their data recovery department. It is going to cost me £562 including shipping to Holland where the lab is. So I will have to make a decision to go ahead or not. The local guy i took the drive to is still trying to find the part that need replacing (it's more complex as it has to come from a drive built at the same time/batch) and he cannot guarantee that it will work. His advice is to send it to Seagate as if they can't fix it, it will cost me only £40 to cover the diagnostic. But yes from now on, I will back up the important stuff twice

PS: Seagate agreed to replace the drive with a new one too for free
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jeannot1814th Feb

I am taking it today to a a guy who does data recovery, the diagnostic is …I am taking it today to a a guy who does data recovery, the diagnostic is free, after that the recovery is expensive (~£225 according to him in the worst case scenario and also depending on how much data there is on the drive to recover). I hope that the free diagnostic will be enough for Seagate to accept to offer a free replacement, the data of course is invaluable, 10 years worth of pictures.


Hope I don't sound too much like a pompous pratt. You sound like a professional/keen photographer. As people have said many times you should have at least 2 copies of important stuff. I say 3 - with one off site. Storage is now dirt cheap. When I started, 90MB hard disk was £30. Would not hold more than 10 photos now.Good luck with recovery.
PS - anything really important can also be stored on the Cloud quite cheaply. Possible to even swap data with a friend? to protect both of you.
HP Officejet Pro 8710 @ ebuyer £116.99 (£56.99 after cashback) 3 Year Guarentee
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Decent but large printer, great price after cashback and 3 year guarentee Print, copy, scan and fax Up to 18 pages per minute print speed Double sided printing Wi-Fi, etherne… Read more
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can anyone compare this with the HP OfficeJet Pro 8727 Wireless All-in-One Printer which ends up with a similar price and features I believe? maybe £20 more.. available with 4months free ink +2 1 so 7 months in total
We have one of these. Its a really good printer / scanner and very cheap to run on instant ink. Good for printing A4 photos as well as the usual text and graphics. Was better value a few months ago when it included the £117 Instant Ink voucher in the box, but still good at this price.
Double sided scanning from the document tray too - a pleasant and useful surprise though it can jam occasionally.
We have 4 of these (Variations of this model) all on Instant ink and it is an incredible workhorse for work.
Good price thanks OP
New Low for MX500 SSD  250gb £65.99 @ Ebuyer
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Crucial MX500 250GB SSD Capacity 250GB 2.5inch SSD Sequential Read/Write 560MB/s - 510MB/s Random Read/Write IOPS 95k/90k Limited Five Year Warranty
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congrevecv22 h, 46 m ago

Only out of polite interest, do people check youtube for free cloning …Only out of polite interest, do people check youtube for free cloning solutions?

It has already been mentioned Macrium is free and it is really good and easy to use. Having used it there is no need for another.

I cloned my old SSD to the new one with no problems, it was very easy and straightforward. You tell it which drive to clone then where you want to clone it to and that's it.

It was a long download though - around 875 mb and the cloning process also takes a long time The drives work identically
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onamission10010 h, 12 m ago

What's the limited warranty about


Basically all HDD manufactures say the same thing if you look at the small print, they will guarantee the hardware but obviously if you lose a load of important/expensive ones&zeros then good luck suing them for any money!
Backup Ya shizz!
Only out of polite interest, do people check youtube for free cloning solutions?
What's the limited warranty about
fiqqer6 h, 15 m ago

I received mine today from ebuyer in a proper box with a code inside I …I received mine today from ebuyer in a proper box with a code inside I presume for the cloning software - went into the system tools, identified the drive, assigned it a drive letter, formatted it. Now cloning previous one using the free Macrium Reflect - very easy to use. Not plug and play but normal for getting new drive over 2gb. same process for this drive.


interesting, Mine was from Amazon but not in a box, is that dodgy ? Mine didnt even have a code inside. Amazon have agreed to refund it, but what is going on. I am not losing the plot, I have 2 yrs ago upgraded my main pc with a 120gb PNY SSD no probs what so ever
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Sandisk SSD Plus 240GB SATA III SSD (530MB/s Read, 440MB/s Write) £66.98  Ebuyer
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Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
This is a hell of a deal for anyone looking for a 240GB SSD that performs well!
HamanBasher2 h, 42 m ago

wow back down to the regular price from 3 years ago.


But still not anywhere near what they were going for at a discount.

I picked up the better model, the Ultra 2 for £45 over three years ago too
I remember buying 240gb ssd for £44 2 years ago. Never seen such a low price ssd since then. Even £50 would be a great deal nowadays
wow back down to the regular price from 3 years ago.
Specs look pretty average surely for the money the new crucial drives are better value?
Same price at Amazon
Kenwood KMX754CR kMix Standmixer, Cream, 5 Litre, 1000W ***With Free Blender (Worth £80)*** £279.99 @ Ebuyer
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Only a deal if you want the Blender too as can be had cheaper elsewhere without the Blender (Worth around £80) Advanced Baking ToolsIncluded with the kMix Stand Mixer is a full n… Read more
PizzaTheHutt.13 h, 6 m ago

Amazon have terrible prices for these Kmix's I'm surprised they don't …Amazon have terrible prices for these Kmix's I'm surprised they don't price match.Good price for these Kmix imo is anywhere £180-200 imo. I paid about £180 for mine from co op though just the white version and no overpriced blender. Good machine, feels very quality and used it a lot for kneading bread and a few cakes so far. People say they bought these much cheaper but those were older models (nothing wrong with that) which is why were a bargain.


The older models were 500w and the newer models 1000w
Amazon have terrible prices for these Kmix's I'm surprised they don't price match.


Good price for these Kmix imo is anywhere £180-200 imo. I paid about £180 for mine from co op though just the white version and no overpriced blender. Good machine, feels very quality and used it a lot for kneading bread and a few cakes so far.


People say they bought these much cheaper but those were older models (nothing wrong with that) which is why were a bargain.
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This is the 1000w also available in 500w which is usually cheaper
jrw7 m ago

Without the Free Blender which is £80 on Amazon - …Without the Free Blender which is £80 on Amazon - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kenwood-BLX750CR-Glass-Blender-Cream/dp/B072QKSJLQ


I noticed that afterwards. I thought I had deleted my comment. Maybe make it more obvious in the title?

As others have said, the mixers do frequently go for much cheaper if you can wait.
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AMD's newest APU 2200G for £88.98 at Ebuyer
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Great price for an APU with AMD's latest technologies (Ryzen 4-core with Vega 8 graphics). You don't need a graphics card with this but can add one as an option later, compatible w… Read more
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Got this for a tiny bit more from Amazon today. Paired with a GTX 1060. Blooming amazing....
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Wonderlanddoll14 h, 46 m ago

Looking for a basic budget first time build (very new to this!). Need a pc …Looking for a basic budget first time build (very new to this!). Need a pc for work (I'm only answering emails/book keeping!) but would like to be able to upgrade later for gaming (when prices drop). Is this a good option for me? I haven't taken the plunge and bought any components yet so any recommended compatible parts would be helpful!


You can't go wrong with choosing AMD's AM4 platform, as AM4 motherboards (which are comparatively cheaper than Intel's) are compatible with this or any of AMD's Ryzen CPUs, including Ryzen+ 2000-series coming in April, and will last a gen even after that at least. So once you plumb for AM4, it's a question of whether you want to go super cheap but performant and then upgrade to a new CPU or GPU later with the 2200G, or spend quite a lot more money on a separate CPU (Ryzen 1600) along with a dGPU to go with it (cheaper options like RX 560 or GTX 1050 Ti) which have quite a bit more performance and will be ok to get by 1080p gaming at lower settings.
Surely anyone serious about playing 1080p games on high/ultra settings knows that a £89 APU isn't going to cut it. What does make sense is the AM4 motherboard taking all the ryzen 3,5 and 7 processors. So perhaps this would be a good stepping stone to building a lower end PC.
Edited by: "mrniallcameron" 15th Feb
Looking for a basic budget first time build (very new to this!). Need a pc for work (I'm only answering emails/book keeping!) but would like to be able to upgrade later for gaming (when prices drop). Is this a good option for me? I haven't taken the plunge and bought any components yet so any recommended compatible parts would be helpful!
Gaming and this CPU do not make sense... unless you plan to play faster than light, dont say this is good for gaming, its not and never will be... the PS4 has more grunt and will be better for gaming.