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Seagate 5 TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan - Blue. 2 year warranty and free delivery £109.21 @ Amazon
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The Seagate Backup Plus portable drive simplifies backup for those who want to help protect their entire digital life locally, in the cloud or from their mobile devices and social … Read more
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amour3k

I couldn't agree with you more, lol. :-D But people buy 'portables' (over 'non-portables), for a reason?. Hands down, external desktop hard drive's are ALWAYS wayyyyyy cheaper than many of it's external portable counterparts ... Some year's back when I was more stationary, and it was pretty much alllllll about the desktop pc's, I bought a few desktop hard drive's to accommodate that lifestyle at the time. But of late (for the last x-year's anyway), it's been rather allllll about the laptop's instead (as I'm alway's up and down), so to go with that lifestyle, it's pretty much all about portable hard drive's instead now ... (Even though my former desktop hard drive's exist). So it is what it is ...

amour3k

I'm luvvvvvvvv'ing the sexy look of this one, beautiful!. But still as yet wayyyyyyyyyy more expensive than I'd be prepared to pay for it though, lol.

jay.m

Over £5 more & 1TB extra Would it be worth buying the 'Desktop' seagate hub? SEAGATE Backup Plus External Hard Drive - 6TB, Black £114.99 @ CURRY https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/data-storage/external-hard-drives/seagate-backup-plus-external-hard-drive-6-tb-black-10153358-pdt.html

cactusbrandy

C type though, so, like, nobody has it yet! Haha, just joking about. In seriousness though, not enough have it as a native function to be viable as a true mobile device. And that one is the size of a house brick :D

unidentified

News from 2016 (!) about an 8TB from Seagate... It is 3.5", but portable only because it is powered by USB. https://www.theverge.com/2016/3/30/11331228/seagate-innov8-8tb-usb-c-drive-hard-drive-pricing-release-date https://www.amazon.co.uk/Seagate-Innov8-USB-C-Desktop-External/ I wish they would skip the a 6TB Backup Plus and get right to an 8TB Backup Plus, the size increase is just SO slow

40% off Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription. Ends 31 August 2018 £30.34
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Adobe are offering 40% off on Creative Cloud. As this is a subscription it will cost £30.34 a month - normally this subscription costs £49.94 a month. Creative Cloud includes Phot… Read more
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SebastianoNuccio

Remember the subscription is a one year contract with early termination fees

tommyni

Absolutely this!

Rizwaan_Akhtar

I remember Master Suites used to cost about £2000 and upgrading to the latest version was about £500 (every year). Personally, I find Creative Cloud is a far better deal as a package especially at the discounted price. It's one of the few subscriptions I don't mind paying for it as I use it for work.

ngard81

Photography pack is now "only" £8.32, down from £9.99 per month... I too morn the buy once and pay again when you're ready :-(

SabreRat

The reason Adobe has gone to a subscription model is to manage revenue. Annuity payments are much more welcome by investors than troughs and peaks of perpetual product transactions. The product remains "updated" and supported and infrastructure is usually provided by the vendor. However, in reality, it increases costs for the user significantly. You have no other choice but to keep subscribing, even if you have no need for support or newer features.

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018, Premiere Elements 2018 40% off £70.08 @ Photoshop
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There's a 40% off deal on Photoshop Elements 2018 and Premiere Elements 2018 on the US Adobe site. It's $59.99 each, or $89.99 for both. I just bought both and Monzo gave me a GBP … Read more
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arachnoid

use a differnt browser

sashablythe1

I’ve bought this before on uk site so when I put my email in its Automatically taking me to the UK site and charging £86 for elements 2018 any idea how I avoid this ?

Panthera

Affinity Photo, its available on Desktop (Windows/Mac) and iPad

tony863

My son keeps bugging me to buy photoshop and I wonder if this is a good deal? Are there any good alternatives out there? Free would be a bonus but willing to pay if it's worth it

pingsteruk

When I used to get this every other year, they only once provided an update. That was to fix a major bug in Premiere that made it significantly affected using it. They didn't seem to fix any bugs for a version (or even between versions). I stopped buying it a few years ago, so they might have changed due to security bugs making the news. While this seems like a reasonable deal if you do movies and photo, don't buy it expecting any updates. Or take a look at Serif Affinity if you are more into design / photo.

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Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan (Photoshop & Lightroom), also 90 days free if you are already signed up
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So, this is on offer for £8.32 (normally £9.98). I signed up 2 days ago for £9.98 so I just went to cancel and signup again to get the cheaper price. When I clicked on cancel it o… Read more
driver8

Thanks for your reply. Bummer. :(

muise

Before that prompt.

driver8

Thanks for the deal, muise. Can someone advise, please ? I've gone to cancel, but haven't seen a popup yet. Does it come *after* this prompt ? Or does it look like I'm not being offered the 90 day deal ?

hobsgrg

You have to pay 50% of the remaining amount owed, so if you cancelled after 4 months you'd have to pay 50% of the remaining 8 months i.e. 8x8.32x0.5 = £33.28

hobsgrg

Lightroom kinda, you can buy it standalone but it doesn't have all the features of the subscription version and Adobe have announced they won't release any new standalone versions. Photoshop has been subscription only for quite a while.

Seagate 5 TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan - Blue. Also in Black £103.50 @ AMAZON. Free Delivery 2 Year Warranty
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The Seagate Backup Plus portable drive simplifies backup for those who want to help protect their entire digital life locally, in the cloud or from their mobile devices and social … Read more
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mickrick

I was considering making each backup on a separate drive and renting an off-site fire-safe facility to keep them in. I can't bear the thoughts of losing my Guys and Dolls and Dooleys anthology boxsets.

thewrecker7477

That's why you have a back-up of a back-up of a back-up (y) ;)

mickrick

This is deeply in the "terrifying” territory of local storage. Fill this bad person up with music, videos, photos etc. All very well so far. Then imagine what would happen if the drive failed. I've had that happen to me once before with just (just (fierce) ) a 1tb drive and it was terrible. I even went as far as getting the failed drive controller card cloned, at a cost greater than the price of the drive, and it still didn't work. So the thought of this amount of data getting lost is unthinkable.

thewrecker7477

A lot of space and a good price. And you can take it anywhere you like (:I (y)

alera

A lot of space for a portable

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Adobe Creative Cloud, inc Photoshop Lightroom etc 72 apps, 40% OFF Annual subscription now £30.34 /12 month
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Adobe Creative Cloud, inc Photoshop Lightroom etc 72 apps, 40% OFF Annual subscription £235 Annual SAVING!!!
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bingowings85

https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/

Enigma80

You get the full set of Creative Suite/Cloud apps, so that includes PS, LR, Illustrator for vector graphics, indesign for DTP, DreamWeaver for web development, Premiere (and Encore for DVD production) and After Effects for video production, as well as a range of animation and design apps. I get the full CC suite at work, and I use a few of the apps (PS, LR, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere, After Effects, Encore, Acrobat Pro) in my current job, a few of the others I've used before, but I'm going to make an effort to learn some of the others whilst I have access to the full suite.

saxo_appeal

Honestly !!!! I have just been on Adobe Chat and spoke to a guy called Vince He took all my details of my Online Photography course etc and then stated that Scotland is not supported for Adobe there. Yet when I directed him to the website ad it clearly states United Kingdom, he again started saying there are certain regions in the UK which are not supported, yadda yadda What the H... !!!! I am in Denmark just now fora couple of weeks, which he knew because this was where the chat was initiated and he kept saying if I give him a DK address he can do the pack, told him that I do not live in DK I live in Scotland...he started again going over the whole ‘not supported’ speech. He then called me in the hotel saying he can organise the course if I gave him a DK address, told him I’m in a hotel and he asked for my friends address here.. I got fed up and said I will call back tomorrow.

Hastie86

What’s the benefit of the full Creative Cloud subscription over the Photography Plan from £9.98 per month? I’m looking to edit some of my own photos and that’s about it (skeptical)

ck_

Lol! Why am I not surprised that deathwishdave liked this 2 min after you (he) posted it? XD

Adobe cloud software  membership Offer for student and teachers £16.24 p/m 12 months £194.88
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£16.24 every month.. was £25.28. Adobe charge alot ....but this cheaper i seen!
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MrBrightside1987

Photoshop is about £10/month which sounds pretty reasonable, plus they have decent discounts for students etc. Also, there’s deals for 12 month subs at discounted prices sometimes posted here. Amazon currently have 12 months of Photoshop for £110 which works out to a reasonable £9.12/month Agree that it’s a known tactic of Adobe to make the student and educational versions cheap as possible just to get people using their software and then charging more for the full versions but that’s not an excuse to advocate piracy; if you’re making money from it then it pays for itself, if you’re just using for personal then there’s free alternatives available

purplefleece

It's good value I'm afraid. While I still use an old version of Photoshop 6, creative cloud has all adobe programmes. So good for staff and students in education.

paulj48

Disagree as they also have the Photoshop‘Elements’ version aimed at home use so stealing the full version in theory robs them of an ‘elements’ license.

89quidyoucantgowrong

I'm sorry but Adobe software is the perfect use case scenario where nobody should feel guilty about sourcing for free if it's exclusively for home use. This is commercial software priced at a level for commercial use where it gives good value in terms of output and productivity. Learning to use it at home for free is all good for Adobe as it makes it easier for more people to use it in the workplace where it is quite rightly paid for.

mattybayston

Ah ok didn’t know that. We have it at our school already so assumed they have the package. Good deal though

Seagate 4 TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan - Silver - £89.99 @ Amazon
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Gentle_Giant

As I said, plenty of links. Question though. If Seagate drives are no less reliable than others, how is it that you almost never see any other make of "Recertified" drives for sale, excepting the recent spate of WD drives. Please point me to mass sales of Recertified Toshiba or Hitachi drives.

twiggy9999

Ah okay the data we collected from over 750,000 consumer hard drives over a 3 year period was wrong then

Gentle_Giant

Sorry, there have been plenty of links to diskfarm results showing Seagate drives are the most unreliable. They have a few decent drives, and others have a few dodgy drives; but overall Seagate drives are the most unreliable, and always have been. They have survived by using two techniques 1/ Heavily discounting sales to big system makers and wholesale outlets. 2/ Buying out other (more reliable) manufacturers and shutting them down. In other words, they are the TalkTalk of the HDD world. They must be really happy SSDs are taking over, because even they cant bugger them up the way they do their HDD plants.

thewrecker7477

Thanks pal. I shall expire (mad) . Don't last very long

degsie

£100+ now ;(

makar0n

Any idea if the Lr Classic is in ? As does not seem to be mentioned anywhere....

Ticklehamster

Same

Ticklehamster

Worked for me (y)

OpineDevine

I've not seen Photopea before but it's good, thanks for linking to it, now bookmarked for future use. I do wonder how all these different programmes now get away with looking exactly like Photoshop?

Matholwch

Adobe's US pricing went up in March (although not UK pricing). So might not be that cheap again next Black Friday (although very likely it will be on offer again on Black Friday at this same price).

Seagate 4 TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan. Sold by Amazon. £84.99
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Was looking for a reasonably priced 4TB HDD and stumbled across this. I know some people don't like Seagate, but I have never had any issues with them. Price applies to silver, blu… Read more
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anuruddha

2tb is almost full. I bought we 4tb elements to backup up my laptop. I’m going to use easy backup software. Here is the speed of two drives.

splender

How many copies of data do you keep concurrently?

anuruddha

Reliability and availability. I’m still using 2tb external hard drive which I bought in 2012. Still it’s going good. Recently I bought 4tb version too. But read and write speed of seagate drives are little faster but there isn’t any significance difference in speed.

splender

Best in reliability and/or availability?

indyjukebox

Good spot, i have added link to OP. Thanks.

Cut paper clutter with Adobe Scan. Free @ Google playstore
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Scan anything in a snap. Easily capture forms, notes, and multi-page reports. Go beyond scanning documents to scanning receipts, business cards — even whiteboard discussions. Power… Read more
ssc1

Not free. in app purchases.

Fellows

How about Evernote?

Countyforever

I like Office Lens for the range of outputs it offers. If you are content with PDF output then the range of scanner software is wider.

wardi69

I've been using TinyScanner recently which has been really good

alex_uk

Scanner will be better quality as you be able to scan pictures or docs at higher resolution than any phone.

Seagate 6 TB Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan, £114.99​, at Amazon
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Seagate 6 TB Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan, £114.99, at Amazon. It's now eve… Read more
amour3k

Sorry to hear, but on the plus side though, you eventually came up trump's still? (no U.S. Presidential reference intended, hehehe). So you're now good to go. :-) Ps. Personally speaking, I haven't heard of Disk Drill before ... I'm going to have to research me some of that too I think?, lol. Thanx for that head's up also. :-)

cytoon

I've managed to get 'Disk Drill' to access the drive (Foolishly HFS+ formatted originally so limited to Mac). Allows you to mount the faulty drive and from there could copy over all files to a new drive. Cost £62 which I didn't want to spend, but at least I've got everything back. Found a 10% discount code online for it (HLP-WNNCR)

amour3k

Yes yes, I forgot about that File Scavenger data recovery software ... lol. Another useful (and free), data recovery software, is this one also, called PC Inspector File Recovery. Both are worth a looking into I reckon?. :-)

4Real2016

Driver issue so operating at USB 2.0, or you had it set as a Quick removal device instead of Performance with write caching. If the drive spins up you should try File Scavenger. Just for future reference, you should run Crystal Disk Info in Resident Mode, then it will alert you if one of your drives starts to have issues which normally means its about to fail, you can run Crystal Disk Info at startup.

amour3k

********** Update: ********** SeaTools, DiscWizard, and/or Seagate Drive Settings, for Seagate Drives ( + non-Seagate Drives) Profressional level Diagnostic Tool's, here: https://www.seagate.com/gb/en/support/external-hard-drives/desktop-hard-drives/expansion-desktop/ DiscWizard: https://www.seagate.com/files/www-content/support-content/downloads/discwizard/_shared/downloads/DiscWizardSetup-1605861.en.exe SeaTools for Windows: https://www.seagate.com/files/www-content/support-content/downloads/seatools/_shared/downloads/SeaToolsforWindowsSetup.exe Seagate Drive Settings: https://www.seagate.com/files/www-content/support-content/external-products/goflex/_shared/downloads/SeagateDriveSettings.exe Tools from the above link's could perhaps also be worth baring in mind for future reference too, etc, etc, etc ... I've personally used both in the past - though to be fair, that was about a Decade ago?, lol. And needless to say, more Tool's (of varying level's of 'sophistication', and the like), from it's competitor's have since both come and gone (both been born, and suffered a timely death also). But all in all, this one still remains. So possibly worth baring in mind nonetheless?. :-)

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 (PC/Mac) | £49.99 | @Amazon.co.uk
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Amazon deal of the day. Photo editing software that does it all: Effortless organisation Finally—a photo Organiser that makes it effortless. Go from hundreds of mystery folders sc… Read more
brilly

posdted yesterday was deal of the day, not deal of tomorrow :)

eddibabyyeah

This is showing at 69.99 for me. What do you need to do to get it for that price?

Seagate Backup Plus 6TB External Hard Drive + 2 Months Free Adobe Creative £114.99 @ Amazon
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Two integrated high-speed USB 3.0 ports on the front allow you to connect and recharge your other USB devices Formatted for Windows computers out of the box Install the provided … Read more
s1m0n1980

It was not faulty it was the lead . Or port used. I got one when £95 was getting 25MBs tried different lead got 129MBS . Tried original lead after stretching it and using different port and got 129MBs .

n00bftw

Anyone know what drives are in these?

James123

You were unlucky and got a faulty one, I get 150MB/s sequential writes on mine.

nexus76

Got this on prime now the other day and sent back straight away as transfer is seriously slow at around 12mb. Useless!

Seagate Backup  Plus 6TB External Hard Drive + 2 Months Free Adobe Creative £119.99 @ Amazon
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Price down to a low of £119.99 for this 6TB Seagate Backup Two integrated high-speed USB 3.0 ports on the front allow you to connect and recharge your other USB devices Format… Read more
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amour3k

It would appear so, lol.

Hootwo

= a general purpose 6TB drive. That makes the deal a lot more interesting :)

bobbler

ST6000DM003 is what I got out of my one of these a couple of months ago.

supermann

I have a mains powered Seagate 500GB hdd that I have had for 12 years although admittedly it's probably only had 5 years use in that time.

Izu

Both the ST2000DM001 and ST3000DM001 have very high failure rates. You seem to have gotten a pretty decent batch of the 3TBs, it seems - people even started class action lawsuits over the very high failure rates. (Also to the above, Seagate = Maxtor, they've been the same thing since around the 7200.11 days.)

Seagate 6 TB Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan £124.99 @ Amazon
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Two integrated high-speed USB 3.0 ports on the front allow you to connect and recharge your other USB devices Formatted for Windows computers out of the box Install the provided … Read more
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i_need_bargains

I have the 8TB it's bit noisy and it won't connected via USB 2.0 pn Windows 8.1 but USB 3.0 is fine.

eiamhere69

8tb model was £119.99 last July, dob't know why I didn't buy it, probably hesitated due to Seagate.....

matthew_legend

Gone down another fiver in price now, only £119.99

emmascorsa

Ditto, have lots of seagate drives and no issues Evan with 2 running in a nas for 3 or so years, got 2 of these the last time they were on offer, have taken apart to place in my nas, they are the seagate barracuda compute drives, but ebuyer say they are 5900 rpm but seagate them self's say they are 7200rpm?

ravi47

Have owned seagate drives for years and have never had an issue.

Seagate 6TB USB 3.0 3.5 Inch External HDD with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan £119.99 @ Amazon [Maplin_Webdeals]
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Good price. Tip: Hop through this VoucherCodes offer vouchercodes.co.uk/ama…796 to get £3 back as Amazon gift card!
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AhmadK

autocorrector is a big evil :\

AhmadK

From what I understand you deal with the seller. That's why Amazon is way better than Marlin or Maplin ;)

HappyShopper

RIP Marlin. The place won't be the same without you.

idontwannabeyouanymore

RIP Marlin ;( True, but isn't warranty guaranteed by the manufacturer? You probably have to ship it back to Seagate and not where you bought it from.

AhmadK

Yes, the price is ok. However, I personally recommend to buy sold or at least fulfilled by Amazon, especially if it's a HDD with 2 or so years warranty. Marlin is dead, and who are you going to deal with if your disk packs in in 6 months time?My advise is to pay £121.10 (just 1.11 more!) and have a great peace of mind.

Adobe CS2 Creative Suite, Photoshop CS2 - Free
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I will probably get some stick from the pedants on here about it being free or not but I just did a clean install and lost my photoshop and remembered this deal posted a few years… Read more
nougat

Works flawlessly on a AMD Phenom 11 X6 3.3 and a GTX 560ti with 16GB DD3

mikerr

CS2 should fly on a modern PC ! (it was released when 1GB was a huge amount of RAM )

nougat

I will keep my ears open£

teame.trevski

suite

adderrson

If this was at least CS3 or above I'd have been interested. But anything available when Macromedia was still a thing is just too old hat for my liking. :p

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