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Fujitsu Esprimo E400 Desktop PC Core i3-3220 4GB 500GB Windows 10 £99.99 at ITZOO
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Fujitsu Esprimo E400 Desktop PC Core i3-3220 4GB 500GB Windows 10 £99.99 at ITZOO
£99.99 Free P&P FreeITZOO Deals
Grade: A- Grade Desktop PC Minor Scratches + Dents to Case Brand & Model: ESPRIMO E400 E85+ Processor: Intel i3 3220 3.2GHz Screen: N/A Memory: … Read more
yubious

Yeh agreed, way too pricey, at least a 4th gen i5 with 8gb ram at this price, even that you could get a far better price on eBay.

finknottle

You can get a 4th-gen i3 machine for half this with a little looking, so cold for me I’m afraid OP! Itzoo have seriously jacked up their prices since they started getting attention on here sadly - not that I can really complain as I’ve had some good deals from them in the past. Hope they go back to being reasonable some time soon!

dijital

How is this going hot? You could pick up a just as powerful or more powerful laptop for about £20 more on ebay (maybe even £10 less than the desktop if you get lucky),

thecatsasterix

Great bit of kit for emulation PC! Saves digging all those old consoles and arcade cabinets we all have.. coff..

chischis

Oof. If this were haswell era i3, heat. But these days Sandy / Ivy era is harder to justify at this price. Proprietary PSU connector in some of these, as well. But this would make for a solid basic system, particularly with an SSD (even 120GB!), andit'll probably run for many more years. Fujitsu's business line are hardy.

Fujitsu KB410 PC/Mac, Keyboard (Very Good) - £3.26 (+£4.49 Non Prime) [Amazon Warehouse]
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Fujitsu KB410 PC/Mac, Keyboard (Very Good) - £3.26 (+£4.49 Non Prime) [Amazon Warehouse]
Another keyboard.. but hear me out, this one is black!! "Item will come in original packaging. Packaging will be damaged. Small cosmetic imperfection on the bottom or back of item… Read more
jasee

About the picture. You are right, it does show a 'not uk' keyboard, I needed my spectacles on. However if you drill down at Fujitsu, you find that the same basic model number followed by K relates to a number of keyboards S26381-K511-L480 does not exist there. AFAICT Anyway it will be interesting to see what anyone here actually gets I've tried to unexpire the OP as there seem to be more avaiable if anyone wants to chance their arm :)

finknottle

I know it is, and that picture shows a German keyboard. And I am speaking about the specific model number shown under “product information” (S26381-K511-L480). I am aware that this model (and most models) of keyboard comes in a variety of layouts - and the model number given relates specifically to a Spanish layout, while the picture shows a German one. Google that number and look at the results that come up. I won’t be responding further, as you’re clearly either a few sandwiches short or just trolling. Either way, what a bizarre argument to pick

robodan918

a gamer admit defeat? in an online forum? is this your first internet?

jasee

Why don't you just admit defeat?

Redscoped

Because it means nothing, I have a gaming hat - What does that tell you about the hat ? nothing at all. Same with a keyboard adding the word gaming to it means nothing. There is no technical defination as to what a gaming keyboard is it can mean anything. Companies put the word "Gaming" in front of products to make you think it is better. It does not mean it will have backlighting, special switches and oddly as you suggest anything to do with weight of the keyboard.

Refurbished Fujitsu A357 7th Gen Core i5 Laptop 2.5ghz 8gb Ram 500GB HDD Windows 10 Pro £229.99 + £10 postage- tradetrading / eBay
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Refurbished Fujitsu A357 7th Gen Core i5 Laptop 2.5ghz 8gb Ram 500GB HDD Windows 10 Pro £229.99 + £10 postage- tradetrading / eBay
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Good refurb laptop specs for the price Features & details OS : Windows 10 Pro Product information Brand Fujitsu Product Dimensions 25.6 x 37.8 x 3.1 cm Item model number … Read more
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charltonator

Mad how the ratings go on this site, completely skewed ratings based on it being just cheap, funny or people clicking on autopilot because of what others are doing. 1. You could get a new laptop for about £300. 2. It’s second hand. 3. Its eBay as cold as they come (poo)

Google_Reviewer

We have these at work. Decent corporate machines but battery life will be shot and I wouldn't buy one for home use because of the the screen.

plewis00

It's not that great really, you can get a Ryzen 3 laptop with an SSD and full HD for similar money (maybe a little more) if you're patient and that'll be new. HD vs full HD is very noticeable, mostly because the full HD displays are typically higher contrast and better gamut - I'm yet to see an HD (TN) screen that is anything but bottom of the barrel - you might find the odd HD IPS panel on tablets or touchscreen laptops but that's it. I don't think the lack of USB C is a problem. The Coda Spirit is just going to be slow, this'll run rings round it - banned account?!

xavierluther

You're welcome, good find

gowf

It’s an 7th gen i5 (2 cores). HDD not ssd Screen a bit issue as mentioned earlier And it’s refurbished (ex business use) which could mean it is quite battered I wouldn’t have thought all these things make this a good deal. But it is quite cheap to be fair.

FUJITSU ESPRIMO E420 - I5-4440 3.10GHZ + Free Shipping £100 @ Encore-pc
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FUJITSU ESPRIMO E420 - I5-4440 3.10GHZ + Free Shipping £100 @ Encore-pc
£100£19549%Encore PC Deals
Found this while searching for a good refurbished desktop to replace my ancient 2nd gen i3. I didint want a ultra slim form factor like the dell, as I wanted to put a graphics ca… Read more
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JohnWestbridge

How come this deal is now unavaliable there seems to more of these item's in stock ?

aidan.conway

Folks, this cup is throttled on its boost speed, is it not? I'm sure an i5 3470 in, say a Dell 7010 is a quicker cpu than this later gen cpu? Both only take half height GPUs, so it's a toughie to recommend? 3.2 ghz max on a single core v about 3.5-3.6 ghz on the older gen i5

andywedge

Only Refurbished Grade B now available at this price

otonytonton

What like are the outputs on this cant see the spec does it have a HDMI Ect ?

AndySX

Depends how many clients you'll have connected simultaneously. But for comparison, I've an HP Proliant N36L with a dual core AMD Athlon II Neo N36L (1.3 Ghz) K325 CPU that I bought back in 2011 and use for Plex. I mainly stick to 720p and it serves to two or three local clients fine. It'll transcode 1080p content to one client just fine but struggles above that, I wouldn't touch 4K with it. Here's a performance comparison: http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core-i5-4440-vs-AMD-Athlon-II-Neo-N36L#performance

Fujitsu PR08 Docking station *Refurbished* - £15.85 at the.it.port eBay
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Fujitsu PR08 Docking station *Refurbished* - £15.85 at the.it.port eBay
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I needed a docking station for a dual screen display 1 day a week when i am working from home. This does what i need for significantly cheaper than i was expecting to pay! Deliv… Read more
deleted337463

Heat added, ordered. Good find

Charles_Morrison

Hot! gresat price for what it does!

JimmyFiveO

Hot from me. These are quite good if you have a range of mobile devices you want to dock. My work PC is an HP that has the same dock as my personal HP laptop, my wife has a Dell laptop. Allows us to easily swap them about. They do carry a penalty on the CPU and I am not sure they work well with DirectX all the time but that isn't a big issue for my usage. I think this one only dose 2560 x 1440 so no 4K here. Still, what do you expect for the price.

BigOrkWaaagh

Amazing price. We use a these with a different badge on at work and they're about £80.

Fujitsu Universal Power Alkaline AAA Batteries - Pack of 24 delivered from 7days shop - £5.49
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Fujitsu Universal Power Alkaline AAA Batteries - Pack of 24 delivered from 7days shop - £5.49
£5.49£7.5928%7dayShop Deals
Limited stock, aparently reduced from £15. High quality "alkaline" batteries engineered in Japan, superior performance and reliability with anti-leak technology. Providing the bes… Read more
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sheffield788

Check in description, they have AA batteries as well if you need these.

sheffield788

May be connected to Fuji, which is a known battery brand, I have several rechargeable Fuji and are OK. Fujitsu is a Japanese brand, well established in the IT, I will assume they know what they are doing.

tamoil

Thanks ordered.

Bogami

Good deal. Price per battery is about 4p less than the GP Ultras. Hmm... never heard of Fujitsu as a battery manufacturer though. Opinions?

Sam_McCausland

Voted and ordered

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Fujitsu LIFEBOOK E458 15.6" Laptop Intel Core i5-7200U, 4GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 Pro £399.99 Delivered with code @ Laptop Outlet
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Fujitsu LIFEBOOK E458 15.6" Laptop Intel Core i5-7200U, 4GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 Pro £399.99 Delivered with code @ Laptop Outlet
Back on offer for the Black Friday price, and now includes a copy of Bullguard Internet Security. A decent price for an i5 laptop with 4GB of RAM and 256GB SSD, so should run nice … Read more
aishakhan894

Please can all you ppl who have left negative feedback, post an alternative. Thank you.

trustlondon

Sorry but nt worth

Optimus_Toaster

Only 768p, 4GB ram, Dual core, 256GB SSD... Definitely not worth £400. You could probably double all the above specs in a machine for £200 more or so.

dusktilldawn

Vanilla

Sam021

Cold! Even android phones have more ram, a better CPU and still cost less.

Fujitsu Lifebook Core i5-7200U 4GB 256GB SSD 15.6 Inch Windows 10 Pro Laptop £439 @ Laptops direct
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Fujitsu Lifebook Core i5-7200U 4GB 256GB SSD 15.6 Inch Windows 10 Pro Laptop £439 @ Laptops direct
Fujitsu laptop 15.6 Inch Screen Processor - Intel Core i5 7200u RAM - 4 GB Operating System - Windows 10 Pro Optical Drive - No optical drive Colour - Black 1366 x 768 R… Read more
computerguy234

Who on earth is voting this hot? No 1080p screen, no GPU, old cpu, only 4gb ram... This is not worth £439

nascent

I'd never use one of those. Horrible keyboards. At least this futijtsu has a uk enter key.

win26

Both are TN. Only the Full Hd version of Fujitsu has an IPS screen. 39.6 cm (15.6-inch),LED backlight,(HD),Anti-glare display,compound,1,366 x 768 pixel,500:1,220 cd/m² 39.6 cm (15.6-inch),LED backlight,(Full HD),Anti-glare IPS display,compound,1,920 x 1,080 pixel,700:1,250 cd/m²

nickcook

I am thick with this - which one has TN screen ? The Fujitsu or the Lenovo ?

win26

Better colour reproduction on an IPS. It's the same type of display used on phones. Just Google TN vs IPS.

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK E458 15.6" Laptop Intel Core i5-7200U, 4GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 Pro £399.99 Delivered with code @ Laptop Outlet
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Fujitsu LIFEBOOK E458 15.6" Laptop Intel Core i5-7200U, 4GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 Pro £399.99 Delivered with code @ Laptop Outlet
£399.99£45913%Laptop outlet Deals
Thought this was a decent price for the spec for this business orientated laptop, and after checking around its over £60 cheaper than elsewhere when using the above code. Intel Co… Read more
RAMRaider1

'Caveat Emptor' or 'Horses for Courses' ! Briefly perusing the technical specification of this decidedly mediocre Fujitsu Lifebook E458 laptop, I still find it an utterly contemptible situation that currently there STILL appear to be a few neanderthal manufacturers & retailers out there deliberately dragging their feet, who believe that nowadays it's completely acceptable to flog inferior products with such lousy 15.6" 1366 x 768 pixel resolution screens ! I mean jeez guys, isn't it about time that you all woke up and smelt the coffee ? Oh and by the way I'm afraid that at least in MY book, a miserable 1366 x 768 pixel screen on a 15.6" portable is by it's very nature categorically neither HD nor full HD…..no way, José !!! Methinks a quick email or phone call to your local Trading Standards office ought to sort out that little problem and force the retailers to amend their advertising accordingly….. Admittedly a quick search online revealed that other Fujitsu models further up their 'food chain' can be specified with full HD screens, but obviously they are priced higher accordingly, so regrettably in this particular instance it's a unequivocal Cold from me…..sorry !

MrKrabs

768 wouldn't have even been sufficient back in 2010, god knows why they're still palming these panels off on the public. My first PC was am expensive £2000 Fujitsu desktop. Broke 2 months after the warranty expires. Was therefore also my last.

Al2001

Agreed on the RAM. Windows 10 really should run fine with 4GB but in reality it's pretty sluggish in my experience.

James_Prescott

7th gen i5. They are all selling at this price for the spec. 8th gen is on most new i5 laptop. Voted cold not really a good deal

kerridge0

About ten years ago I signed up myself and gf for the 'Lifebook for life' program, where we each spent about 1k on laptops and every three years get a free replacement for life. So we've had eight laptops now and the only one that went wrong and had to be repaired was the T901 which was a tablet and the digitiser/display went wonky. I am a heavy user and physically mine looked quite worn when it was time to return but they really took the battering very well. So I'm pretty impressed overall with Fujitsu quality, definitely better than the cheaper makes.

Fujitsu B24-8 TS Pro 23.8" 1920x1080 5ms VGA DVI HDMI LED Monitor for £66.47 delivered @ BTShop
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Fujitsu B24-8 TS Pro 23.8" 1920x1080 5ms VGA DVI HDMI LED Monitor for £66.47 delivered @ BTShop
Decent price for this size monitor. The Fujitsu display B24-8 TS Pro is made for intensive office work. With visual and mechanical ergonomics this stylish display enables fatigu… Read more
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liammacca

Haha yeh and now very productive (lol)

hellop4nda

Greedy man (cheeky)

hellop4nda

Same here. Mine has been shipped out today.

Kaytranada

I contacted BT re: delay and they said because of the delay Paypal payments were cancelled. I was instructed to add a payment card to my BT shop account and let them know to proceed with processing.

Blackhorse

Mine arrived with a big hole in it. Looks like it's been kicked :(

BUDGET BUILD: i3-3220, 4GB (DDR3) RAM, 320GB HDD, Win7. £59.99 @ ebay - refurbedit
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BUDGET BUILD: i3-3220, 4GB (DDR3) RAM, 320GB HDD, Win7. £59.99 @ ebay - refurbedit
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THIS IS FOR BUDGET BUILDERS!! IF YOU HAVE BETTER PARTS IN YOUR BUILD, JUST BE COURTEOUS, OTHERS MIGHT NOT HAVE THAT LUXURY. I've been seeking an upgrade for my LGA775 Motherboard … Read more
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InDaHouse

Thanks mate

buddn07

You can easily run it on an i3. As I said above, I'm running it on a Raspberry Pi 3. Just bear in mind the newer gen will be more power efficient.

InDaHouse

Can anyone please advise if an I3 processor or i5 could be ok for PLEX server? There are so many generations of above to choose it’s hard to know where to begin. Would an I5 generation 3 or 4 do? Or an I3 generation 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 do?

deleted1293960

Sorry for the late reply, most good fan brands get their fans tested by various people; do a search for low noise fans, and you will find a lot of sites that review and rate them; often divided into sizes and price bands as well. Noctua make some of the best quiet fans, also very reliable, although not the cheapest. You have to balance how much air they move (CFM), against noise (dbl), and RPM. High RPM usually means more noise, but if it is a high CFM, you can run usually it at 50% and it can be very quiet, and yet still push more air than some of the "silent" fans.

buddn07

Is there a way of knowing how quiet a fan is before testing? My current desktop sounds like a 747, but unsure what to replace it with?

Cashback up to £75 on Fujitsu Scanners at box.co.uk
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Cashback up to £75 on Fujitsu Scanners at box.co.uk
ScanSnap models are bundled with a host of productivity enhancing software including: ScanSnap Organizer allows you to view, manage and edit PDF and JPEG files. Organizer allows… Read more
tokamo

I have the ScanSnap iX500 and it is a brilliant bit of kit if you need to scan lots of documents - I've done at least 10,000 pages with mine. The automatic feed is very reliable and its detection of multiple page errors (usually due to missed staples) is very accurate. It's also quick at 20+ two sided page scans a minute and the images it produces are very good. It can be set to automatically detect colour too, in order to keep file sizes down. Haven't used the the OCR software a lot but when I have it has produced good results. One thing I would add though is that the iX500 seems to be £20 cheaper at ebuyer (and still with cashback).

Fujitsu AAA HR03 Ready to Use NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 1000mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack (Made In Japan - Like Eneloop?) £11.79 Delivered @ 7dayshop
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Fujitsu AAA HR03 Ready to Use NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 1000mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack (Made In Japan - Like Eneloop?) £11.79 Delivered @ 7dayshop
Read through this HUKD post, looking for Eneloops - came up with these. It's suggested these Fujitsu batteries are made in the same factory as Eneloops** (see my Edit at the bottom… Read more
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louiselouise

I wonder if the AmazonBasics LSD (low self-discharge) rechargeables are rebadged Eneloops?They appear to be made either in Japan or China, which suggests Panasonic/Eneloop, if indeed that's who manufactures them.Also, White Ikea LADDA (LSD) Batteries are also rumoured to be rebadges as well - some speculate they are actually FDK/Fujitsu.AAA £2.40 4/pack (Brown) 500mAh http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/lighting/batteries-chargers/ladda-rechargeable-battery-art-30303883/AA £2.90 4/pack (Brown) 900mAh http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/lighting/batteries-chargers/ladda-rechargeable-battery-art-20303874/The Brown above are apparently made in China.AAA £4 4/pack (White) 900mAh http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/lighting/batteries-chargers/ladda-rechargeable-battery-art-90303880/AA £5.50 4/pack (White) 2450mAh http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/lighting/batteries-chargers/ladda-rechargeable-battery-art-70303876/White are being compared to Panasonic/Japanese Eneloop Pro in this Youtube video (at 6:20). The White LADDA batteries are made in Japan. White LADDA batteries are discussed here too: http://budgetlightforum.com/comment/910897#comment-910897LADDA (White sleeve) AA 2450mAh tested: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/47233 Apparently the discharge curves look identical to the Fujitsu (FDK) cells as well, so it's rather confusing.In any case, the LADDA White could be a great, cheaper alternative.Edit: The Youtuber in the above clip (AirbourneSurfer) actually replied to me: "FDK manufactures all Eneloop-spec batteries under license from Panasonic--including branded Eneloop cells. The factories in Japan are still tooled for the "Eneloop Pro" spec so any NiMH cells made in Japan are made at one factory, owned by FDK, and licensed to various brands."Man, I'm probably more puzzled than I was before I started compiling this Deal post :p :D !! On other forums it's implied that Panasonic (Eneloop) and FDK are completely separate from one another. Perhaps it is true that Japanese Eneloop (Panasonic) and FDK Fujitsu batteries are made in the same factory. Not a lot of love out there for Chinese Eneloop (Panasonic), though.

mman2005

Thanks for the info (y)

LadyEleanor

It is a result of reduced materials to get more electrolyte inside. It is the high quality that still allows a decent and real 500 cycles.

louiselouise

Here's a test/data sheet on "Fujiloops" (AA variety HR-3UTC) as mentioned on here http://budgetlightforum.com/node/19399?page=4http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Fujitsu AA HR-3UTC 1900mAh (White) UK.htmlThe 1000mAh batteries in my Deal post are "HR-4UAEX", trying to find more details about this specific variety. Even FDK themselves only advertise "Standard Capacity - White" (2100 cycles) and High Capacity - Black" (500 cycles) https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=th&u=http://www.fdk.co.th/products-rechargeable.php&prev=search7dayshop also sell these Fujitsu AAA rechargeables in 4 or 8 packs:Fujitsu AAA HR03 Ready to Use NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 900mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack (HR-4UTHCEX) £10.59:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/fujitsu-aaa-hr03-ready-to-use-nimh-rechargeable-batteries-900mah-extra-value-8-pack-wh2-recr03fuj-950x2 (weirdly, these also say "rechargeable up to 500 times")Fujitsu AAA HR03 Ready to Use NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack (HR-4UTCEX) £10.19: https://www.7dayshop.com/products/fujitsu-aaa-hr03-ready-to-use-nimh-rechargeable-batteries-750mah-extra-value-8-pack-wh2-hr-4utcexx2 these say "rechargeable up to 2100 times")This post http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?436734-Eneloop-OR-Fujitsu-AA-s&p=5118179&viewfull=1#post5118179 is from July 2017, and it's a comment from ChibiM who collates the http://eneloop101.com/ site."The eneloop trademark is not in hands of a Chinese company, but a Japanese company called Panasonic. Since 2014 Panasonic has a Chinese factory that makes eneloops, but for the Asian, Oceanian, South American market. If you are in the US you get your Eneloops still from the Japanese factory, the same as which they originally came from. So they now are produced in 2 countries.The factory is owned by Fujitsu, so your batteries are the same as eneloops and therefore good. If you want to read more about eneloops, I would suggest taking a look at my website, and specifically this: http://eneloop101.com/batteries/complete-lineup/ "Can't see anyone specifically commenting on these HR-4UAEX 1000mAh "500 cycles" Fujitsus (which is a bit of a "d'oh!" on my part, as I assumed the equivalent Panasonic Eneloop 1000mAh/AAA would have the same number of cycles!)."What is the difference between FDK's NiMH battery (HR-4UTA(4B)) and eneloop?" (translated from Japanese, August 2012) https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http://kaden.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/column_review/kdnreview/554048.html&edit-text=

mman2005

They can only be charged 500 though compared to the eneloops at 2100

Fujitsu (same as Eneloop - holds 70% charge for 5 years, made in Japan) Ready to Use AAA HR03 NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh - 8 Pack £9.99 delivered 7DayShop
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Fujitsu (same as Eneloop - holds 70% charge for 5 years, made in Japan) Ready to Use AAA HR03 NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh - 8 Pack £9.99 delivered 7DayShop
You can save money with this 8-pack of quality rechargeable batteries, which are pre-charged and ready to use out of the packet. These Fujitsu batteries are made in Japan, meanin… Read more
benfisher1991

Fair point, I was looking at the 2 bay vs the 4 bay. Not really a fair comparison.

Newbold

It's Liitokala for anyone wanting to follow that up - but the ones that do the job properly seem very little, if any cheaper.

benfisher1991

Good chargers but you don't need to spend anywhere near that amount for a decent charger. Littokala is a pretty good budget brand from GearBest.

mc11

if you leave something which requires batteries alone for 5 years who cares about the charge amount, you are a hoarder.

Newbold

Buy a decent charger for these - they deserve it. One of these should suit very well: https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000-wh2-ds-225 https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Household-Batteries-Battery-Chargers/XTAR-VC4-Battery-Charger/B01D8464S6/ The XTAR may well be available more cheaply elsewhere, but the Multismart 3000 can only be obtained from 7DayShop - though there are similar ones (usually dearer).

FUJITSU E420 COMPUTER PC 4th Gen i5-4460 @ 3.20ghz 8GB RAM WINDOWS 10 PRO USB 3 REFURBISHED £159.99 london-digital / Ebay
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FUJITSU E420 COMPUTER PC 4th Gen i5-4460 @ 3.20ghz 8GB RAM WINDOWS 10 PRO USB 3 REFURBISHED £159.99 london-digital / Ebay
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Hardware Specs Fujitsu Esprimo E420 4th Generation i5 -4460 intel i5 -4460 @ 3.20GHZ 500gb sata hard drive 8gb ddr3 ram installed. Dvd writer. wifi enabled through usb Comes w… Read more
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jameshothothot

​oh i didn't know you could compare with cpu benchmark! i normally put in individual processors. will have to work out how to do that.. particularly on my phone as always replying to people on here !

shootomanUK

​thanks...seems there's plenty of life in the old dog yet :)

dijital

https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare.php?cmp%5B%5D=2230&cmp%5B%5D=1304

jameshothothot

i use cpubenchmark

MBeeching

Nobody should check CPU boss, it trawls the internet for data and posts misleading comparisons.

Fujitsu B24W-7 24" 1920x1200 5ms VGA DVI-D USB LED Monitor - £1.34 / £4.32 delivered @ BT shop - Price Glitch?
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Fujitsu B24W-7 24" 1920x1200 5ms VGA DVI-D USB LED Monitor - £1.34 / £4.32 delivered @ BT shop - Price Glitch?
Monitor for £1.34?!?!?! Price Glitch?
loopylloyd

BT saying they can't get one from the suppliers, I bet they have them back on at the right price! Genuine error maybe but can't stand when companies use an excuse and don't just admit they failed!

pcangeldust

Just had a van of these arrive at my warehouse, special thanks to Frank for providing the special frank30uk discount code.

mickey_brock

we could all do the same thing but that just spoils it for all the decent people on here looking for a good deal for themselves or loved ones , theres no harm in making money but imo not at the expense of other people missing out on one deal , i went on ebay and seen a ps4 with fifa 17 and 2 other games the same deal as argos who was selling them at £149, but on ebay the person was selling them for £299 , they are not even trying to make a little bit of profit and a person who wanted one might have missed out to this person who did not even want it to play on it its just greed , people will soon stop posting these good deals to stop people being greedy

mickey_brock

because the greed of these people ruin it for everyone else and themselves , i think everyone should order 5 and upwards from now on so it spoils it for those who want to make money instead of having the item for themselves maybe then they will realise how they spoil it for everyone else , i just wish i could use the words i really want to write

FocusZing

I saw a pixie down the bottom of my garden once.

Fujitsu Ready to Use AAA HR03 Feel NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh - 4 Pack £4.49 7dayshop
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Posted 23rd Jun 2016Posted 23rd Jun 2016
Fujitsu Ready to Use AAA HR03 Feel NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh - 4 Pack £4.49 7dayshop
Product Features Ready to use out of the packet - 4 pack of pre-charged AAA rechargeable batteries. Made in Japan - quality batteries manufactured in same factory as Eneloop batte… Read more
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CartoonHead78

it states on the OP batteries recharge over 2100 times, on the batteries you posted it only says 500 times! also the same batteries are only £4.79 on 7dayshop!

chapchap

These look to be better value...60/70p more but then higher rated mAh. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fujitsu-900mAh-Pre-Charged-Rechargeable-Battery/dp/B00OOTXD7K/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1466671662&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=Fujitsu+Ready+to+Use+AAA+HR03

Fujitsu server Xeon E3-1226, 16GB, 2x 1TB, £515.94 (£335.94 after cashback) at Serversplus
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Posted 21st Jun 2016Posted 21st Jun 2016
Fujitsu server Xeon E3-1226, 16GB, 2x 1TB, £515.94 (£335.94 after cashback) at Serversplus
This has £150 cashback, so will cost you £515.94 inc VAT less £150 = £335.94 inc VAT. Serversplus are reputable and have been on here before + I've bought Lenovo TS140s with cashb… Read more
smr1

Am I going mad? How is £515 minus £150 cash back £335? Unless they are giving you £150 plus 20% extra for VAT back or someone letting you avoid paying VAT until after you get your cash back? 515-150 = 365 to me.

adyDeals

I nearly bought this over the Dell T20 a while back, but the killer was graphics ports - the Dell has 2 DisplayPorts and 1 VGA, whilst the Fujitsu only has 1 VGA. Shame, this would have been perfect otherwise

bouncy99

i personally wouldnt be too bothered about their speed as i would look to add the os drive to one of those two ports, with the other 4 having drives in raid.

Hootwo

Also a configurator here The 4 main sata ports run through Intel C226 chipset so that looks like a max. 4 drives for Intel RAID 0/1/10 ? Trying to see if more than 4x sata ports are 6Gbps - useful for Z-RAID etc.... Also a BIOS manual here No clue whether 5th and 6th sata are 3Gbps or 6Gbps though ...

bouncy99

thanks

Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 A4, Duplex (Double Sided) Wi-Fi Scanner. Lowest Ever Amazon Price. £282.99
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Posted 21st Apr 2016Posted 21st Apr 2016
Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 A4, Duplex (Double Sided) Wi-Fi Scanner. Lowest Ever Amazon Price. £282.99
£282.99Amazon Deals
I have one of these for home document filing and they're great!! Product Description The iX500 lets you create editable Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files using the inclu… Read more
Ian2014

already posted https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fujitsu-scansnap-ix500-a4-duplex-wi-fi-scanner-282-99-amazon-2433283

Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 A4, Duplex Wi-Fi Scanner £282.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 18th Apr 2016Posted 18th Apr 2016
Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 A4, Duplex Wi-Fi Scanner £282.99 @ Amazon
£282.99Amazon Deals
Premium batch document scanner with many functionalities. This is the cheapest it has ever been. Not for the average user given the price, but a decent deal for those who need it. … Read more
DaveHemm

​If you scan a lot of loose papers, you will not believe how you managed without one before - 140 pages on best quality 2sides about 5minutes. Scanning at lower quality settings much quicker

kowalski

Highly recommend these devices. Got a S1500 many years ago and it's still doing a great job.

ST30

just bought one earlier. I thought I saw them on a lightning deal for £250. After spending 1 hour 45 mins scanning 140 pages on a flat bed scanner I am hoping this will speed things up alot!

cosuk625

Great find. I too got one of these around the same time, and to me it's one of the best Scanners you can ever have. So if anyone is still thinking about getting one, the should get one very soon as at that price they will be out of stock very soon.

DaveHemm

Bought one March 2014 for £370, which considering the amount I have scanned with it (ca. 400k pages to date) is peanuts for the effort it has saved me. At this price it is an absolute steal, and i am tempted to get another for the day the current one finally dies.

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