Ordered yesterday for £12.49 for my smart monitor. Received £5 credit for downloading an ebook.
Yeah but this lights up and comes with a mouse. Had a similar red dragon combo and it was plasticky but looked ok and was reliable. Cost me about £20. Always had cheapos and been perfectly happy but just treated myself to a corsair k70. Trust make decent stuff although I'm not saying you can't get better for the money.
This looks very plasticky - I have a non branded VEHEMO keyboard that looks identical, but made from aircraft grade aluminium for the base - nice and weighted and paid £10 for it new.
Looks ok for the money. I like Trust computer gear. Had a keyboard or two and still got some speakers from about 18 years ago that are still working fine.
LOL Mouse design is a proper rip off of a Logitech G203
Got one and I have no problems at all with it. You may be getting interference on the dongle to the PC it's connected to. Not a false economy, just a setup issue IMO. I'm perfectly happy with mine.
This is an awful keyboard imo, the keys are very soft and sometimes they don't register and you find that you either have to press them twice or thrice, or go back and edit the words with missing letters. There are some pros. 1. It's cheap. 2. Fairly light 3. It can be stored to be used in an emergency. 3.You can sell it on gum tree after a year and still get your money back. The mouse is ok. Little compact thing. I ended up buying the craft and then sold this. False economy buying this. I like the craft I have now so am keeping it but think I might have preferred a wireless gaming keyboard. Key presses on a good gaming keyboard are second to none. But each to their own. Heat but save your cash imo.
Lol I commented about the same stuff, and was around the same time that I got mine. Think we all had issues, lots of issues if we got a Medion around that time. The cases were like an oven and the Pentiums they put in them ran hotter than hell as it was. They tried to be Dell with their own parts and coolers that just couldn't handle it. Medions Warranty got used a lot, an awful lot lol. Got some amount of replacements, even a few upgrades from the new models as the old stuff from my model was long gone. Ended up transplanting the whole thing into a new case with new coolers, and remember having to put it all back for the engineer coming out for the warranty. Motherboard deaths, as I'd sorted the rest myself by having proper cooling. Month waits on engineers was a right nuisance every time, at least a couple times a year
Only if there's a full moon and you've cut the grass 3 days before.
Yeah, but can it play Crysis on a cold Tuesday night in Stoke?
I got one of the Punch machines to get hold of the 4650G, remember me asking if anyone had one? They might be value, but absolutely terrible, awful looking thing that needs to go on the floor, behind a desk, no, wait, out in the shed, which is what I did with it. The Mainboard Giga A520 is a bespoke Punch BIOS and won't flash to anything newer, so can't even re-purpose the board with a 5600G!! Cheap is cheap for a reason. If I had my time again, I would stump for this I think mate? Didn't notice the PSu at 250W, that IS terrible though?
Arguably the three year warranty is the only selling point at this price. After a few months I don't think you will be able to walk into an Aldi's to return it if something goes wrong, but in my experience Aldi customer care are very good when it comes to honouring the warranty and issuing a refund. As Sarden84 and others have pointed out, better spec systems with the new 5600G are available for around the same price. Has there been a change of policy on this website? I remember being politely informed by the mods that it was not enough to post something because you thought it was good value (that belonged in the discussion section) you had to be able to demonstrate it was a deal i.e. reduced from the original price or cheaper than elsewhere. I keep seeing posts for full price ALDI stuff recently and wonder: what's the actual deal?
Yeah should’ve added that but I presumed everyone knew that items from Amazon warehouse are used(various conditions). The one I got was used but like new according to description. I think a lot of items are basically open box returns.
So it wasn't a new item - not clear in the title?
This has expired unfortunately :(
both marketplace items now gone
Showing one left in stock for me.
Posted 24th AugPosted 24th AugShipping from FranceShipping from France
This system comes with a monitor and peripherals. The 3500x is only 6 cores and 6 threads and is slower than a 10400F which has 2x the threads. 10400f with 2666mhz memory is a bit slower than a 3600 with 3200mhz memory: https://www.techspot.com/review/2032-intel-core-i5-10400/
Also doesn't compare favourably with this which is pretty much like for like: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ryzen-5-3500x-rtx3060-16gb-ram-1tb-nvme-windows-gaming-pc-ps85000-from-palicomp-3770821
Not really a great deal considering the recent 3060 Ti PC deal from AWD for £899.99
I have the uk layout. Been gaming with this kb daily for Almost 2 years now without having to change batteries yet. It was bought as a temporary gaming kb, but met my needs so kept it only until recently. Faultless. No connection issues at all and all the keys still look new. The short cuts are very handy too. I never used the mouse, so can't comment on that.
I got a British one from the warehouse the other week - the high use keys and left mouse button were so shiny! Needless to say it went straight back
Yeah, this is a US layout with smaller ENTER key too
There seems to be a white version and a new 43inch version as well. Not 100% sure on what/any tech specs but they do cost more now
What’s the new Smart model - has it been released yet?
Ended up buying this and have to say it’s great, with the right settings (don’t turn it n adaptive screen function) the screen is just at bright as my others. Wireless connection to my MacBook works a dream and my laptop wakes the screen up during the day. See you cannot buy it now as new model has replaced, it’s worked very well for my needs. Thanks for posting
This is a much cheaper and better monitor Honestly you won’t miss 4K on a screen this small, also u need stronger laptop and graphics to shift 4K screen.
Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
Gaming Keyboard, Mouse and pad, Gaming Headset, LED RGB Backlight - £24.88 with voucher Sold by Orzly and Fulfilled by Amazon£24.88£49.9950% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Features & benefits Durable water repellant mini ripstop fabric Concealed hood, internal pockets 2 zipped pockets YKK Front zipper
spot the difference: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Keyboard-Lexon-tech-Mechanical-Mousepad-white/dp/B07QF7BRWN/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=trust+keyboard+mouse+set+white&qid=1628351426&s=computers&sr=1-4 vs https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/164189953896?epid=18017257445&hash=item263a7bdf68:g:eokAAOSwcy1gSegr
Thanks.. I’ll save this for later.
Piece of paper as mousepad, Logitech G203, complimentary earphones (will have mic), and a used keyboard from the thrift store will give a better gaming experience than this whole set.
Honestly, If you have just got this from Amazon, Just cancel it before dispatch, Or send straight back. You can get the Keyboard, Mouse and mat off eBay for 9 quid, Sometimes less, Like the ones on eBay, You will notice there is no pound sign or @ were it should be as it's US QWERTY, I had one and had to keep swapping the USB port it is plugged in, Binned it in the end. Even at 25 quid you are saving nothing, I hope others can come back with better option, But don't let this be one of them, A Dell or any office keyboard from the back of a friends cupboard will be miles better than this.
I’ve just bought it for my son, who is new to the PC gaming world… I’m sure it’s going to be ok for beginners
8 year old Samsung and the only one not working is Youtube i read theres a work around but never watch youtube in the kitchen so not a problem for me, netfilx, Prime and all the others work fine.
i have a 8 years old Samsung 22in in the kitchen and all the apps apart from youtube work fine.
All the apps are working one mine that I am using: Netflix, Prime, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 & My5. It's a brilliant Bedroom TV as it's not too big. I fact I've brought another for my son to use with his Mac and watch TV with his Bluetooth AirPods as he never takes them out now he is a teenager (lol) .
Which smart apps aren't working now if you don't mind me asking?
great point, as i have a 32in samsung i bought... i guess 6 years ago, and the support ended i think 3yrs ago. I never used the built in smart apps anyway but they stopped working after 5yrs as I just thought i should check. literally none work at all, which is a shame as at the time the tv cost a fortune. it was their highest spec 32in (curved as well...I know, a gimmick especially at such a tiny size!!!)
Posted 13th JulPosted 13th Jul
Microsoft Wireless Desktop 850 Keyboard and Mouse (Lightning Deal) £21.25 delivered @ Amazon£21.25Amazon Deals
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