Use code 10RECERT to get it to £53.10 A decent price for a 4tb harddrive to use on a console, shame about the colour. Yellow is £124.99 and the others are out of stock. The My Passport por…
1st real PC was an Ambra 486, (CPU SX) not DX, DX had a co-processor, which you needed for Flight Sims. 4 MB Ram/100 mb HD/512mb Graphics. Cost me £999+, had No sound card, No CD Rom. Extra ''4 mb'' Ram cost £150, CD Writer cost £300+?. OS Dos 6.22/Windows 3.1. To play games you needed ''config/autoexec.bat files loaded on floppy'' to configure ''conventional/expanded/extended memory and drivers''. By comparison gaming is cheap and easy compared to those early days.
Since Windows 98? That's cute you're still only young XD
Mine was 30Mb and cost me a fortune
90’s… ‘£1 a meg mate… a quid a meg’ (lol)
My 1st HD was 100mb, never want to defrag ever again
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Can also pivot/rotate unlike iMac
Yeah I got you.
The macbook air has a keyboard, and if you were serious about typing you would use a mechanical keyboard not he one included with the imac.And the migic mouse is terrible (thats before the insane charging system is taken in to account too). I'm no Apple hater, iPhones and iPads are by far the best phones/tablets and will be switching my laptop to a mac once the M2 chips launch.
4.5K monitor for £200? Haha yeah right. Add the mouse and keyboard to that. False economy that is.
Sander, good. Drill, great. Vacuum.... Umm, you'd be better off trying to suck things up yourself - it's rubbish!
Decent price..remember this is aimed at putting the odd shelf up or a bit of pre decorating sanding...not a tradesman...
Did think about getting the hand vac separately, will swerve that one.
The hand vac is rubbish and 1.5Ah batteries aren't brilliant, but still a great price for a starter kit that you can build up from. Heat added.
The cheapest these have been on Amazon, individually. Drill + 1x Battery and Charger = £69.50 Hand Vac = £27.99 Sander = £29.99 £127.48 add two more batteries and a bag for £22.52 is a bargain. Would go for this if I didn't already have the drill.
If it's for a PC then definitely do not spend more. PCs just don't need the heatsink, even in ITX builds. And you're not going to notice a difference in performance even compared to a PCIE Gen 3 SSD, let alone between the SN850 and P5 Plus. I say this from experience as the gullible bugger who already bought one.
also £194 for the 2TB version is a good price too.
Got one myself few months ago. Been great so far. Benchmarks:
£109 on CCL, plus £30 GamesPlanet voucher
Yes. I have one of these drives in a Zen 2 system. Getting pretty much the rated speeds. Am noticing a little improvement in load times for the few big boi AAA games I play e.g. Cyberpunk.
thanks @andrewmarron for sharing your first deal with us :)
Look mate I just posted a deal. If you want to know something technical I suggest searching on the Internet. No need to be like that when someone tried to help. This is a deal site not technical support.
Do you know what Home Assistant is? It is an independent open source solution for people who like a free smart home solution, company independent, private etc rather than paid subscription product that also reports to some random servers about your home activity etc.
If connected to Alexa, what is the delay time after pushing the bell button?
Yes. It's fully compatible with Alexa and can be linked to the Google Home ones too. Although apparently you don't get all the functionality because Google want to push the Nest. You still get chimes and video though according to the website.
They do actively advertise this :) Looks like a solid bedside charger although does anyone know if the Apple Watch part would have enough room to accomodate a USB-C to USB-A converter?
Won't work with Samsung watch. Otherwise seem decent deal for the apple peoples.
Not bad... most are not fans of wireless charging though Model Number: A2598 + A2908 Power 3 Devices At Once Enjoy 7.5W max charging for iPhones, 10W max charging for Android phones, and 5W max charging for AirPods.
Off the top of my head I've got a £20 drone with a 720p camera they described as 1080p. I've had several woodworking router bits with profiles very different to the quoted measurements and set of 3 where one had a chipped carbide blade. Also cork coasters because the thickness was different. Oh and a pair of Vernier calipers with a 0.01mm resolution when a product with a 0.001mm resolution was pictured. Essentially if the product doesn't match the description/photo you are golden. If the cost to return (to China) which you refuse to pay upfront is such that they don't want the item back, after to knock back their offers of (predictably) £2 off, 50% off, the final offer will be "we refund you and there is no need to return the item"
Ordered at 13:30 on 24th Arrived at 11:30 on 25th Sounds like I won't have my batteries charged as soon as that but still a thumbs up from me
I don't understand all these brand boys. I have gear from different makes because some tools are better from different ranges...if I can get a brushless DeWalt multitool for the same price as a brushed Makita then I'll go with DeWalt. The entry level Makita combis aren't all that good for cutting holes as I have also learnt. I wouldn't say worst on the market
(poo) -kita honestly gotta be the worst tool brand on the market. My boss only buys this (poo) and he must replace a tool or battery once every 6 months due to it failing. Only today his multi-tool burned out :o He purchased a drill a month ago and it genuinely set on fire on first use trying to drill a hole through a joist with a 20mm hole cutter.. Hes had 18v hammer drills within 5 years and all 4 failed due to the switch on the side falling off when turning it anticlockwise to select drilling without hammer. This brand is probably the worst on the market
£21:80 for the Fast charger here with todays 20% off Makita DC18RC 18v LXT Fast Charger (240v) | eBay
Potentially look at Asus router with a usb port, connect a hard drive or USB stick to it to create your own cloud.
Yes I'm a big zfs user. Completely agree. I buy packs of 200 CMR from different vendors when building zvol. I go for optane write intent etc. Unlikely to any of that stuff here. None of that is cheap.
I know what shingle drives are. One of the most common problems is ZFS. Shingled drives really don't cope well with it.
Shingle is not a problem some of the WD Red drives are shingle. Fine for files and even databases. But not write intensive apps. If you don't know what they are, then shingle is fine for you. FYI all these USB units from any manufacturer will be shingle at this price point. Even some enterprise and NAS units are shingle. Most new drives are hybrid with CMR and shingle. Only the very top end units are all CMR. Most consumer grade sector relocate to shingle in background. Writes are CMR to a virtual intent log. The firmware on consumer units does not allow direct access anymore, enterprise units are heading this way too. Like TVs hard disks have a lot of software. If you look at their controllers you will see 2 or more arm CPU chips. The high capacity is largely better compression. Time penalty for shingle had been reduced massively. Shingle vs CMR has no bearing on MTBF etc either.
Thanks. If they are shingle drives then I'll give it a miss. If it's just a case of a fiver to get a non-shingle drive next time there is an offer then I'll happily pay it.
Wow, what a bargain. I always said the cables are overpriced for what they are. What a bargain. Tine will tell if they are good. I usually buy branded cables, chargers and power banks. I took a risk with the INIU. So far, my best cable is 100w Fasgear, followed by Nimaso 60w and 100w. But the Nimaso does not support video. There is a Ugreen 65w posted here, that will work with laptops too. In the comments on that deal, you'll see a comment for a iSmart/Ravpower 65w, for £15, that's even a better deal if you don't need PPS. Amazon basic 63w is a good deal at about £20 as well. If you don't need it for a laptop, you can go with Samsung 25w, £8.50, deal posted here, Samsung with 2 x usb ports 35w for £13.50, or Samsung 45w for about £20. Edit: this is the Ravpower and I think is a stunning price for what it is.
Had a mooch around - this also looks very good for the price point from UGREEN. Perhaps one for the birthday list :) https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B088CZ8CYG/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_DNEAKYTMV8V21GC3KDNV?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Not sure about the Xiaomi and fast charging as not had one but they def make a difference with the Pixel jumping from a dead phone to 80% in about 30mins on the black charger is pretty handy with two teenagers in the house that can't/don't remember to charge their phones - or playing on a dead switch that again they can't remember to charge (confused) That little black one was all I took last time I went away, was charging phone, laptop, camera, power bank etc all off it - had to use a little converter for a couple bits to go USB-C to Micro USB but I just made sure it all worked before I went
Thanks very much - It's a shame my phone one Xiaomi is still USB A - USB C, but I do think the changes are coming slowly but surely. I think I may get a USB C only plug at some point, if anything just to get the speed of charge on my phone, the Xiaomi one says it's 33W, but numerous people have never got even close to that number.
I've got these two (use with these cables, as my post above).. either of these can charge my HP laptop, chromebook, various google pixels and nintendo switches plus my microsoft surface (tho that needs a little pig tail converter and only on the 65w one) A lot easier than hauling a full charger for a laptop and I can charge my phone off it also https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08CDDSVN4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&th=1 and https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08PDGQSJB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1