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PCs (personal computers) are one of modern life’s essentials, and for millions of people having the latest, fastest and most reliable PC is vital. With so many different kinds of PC on the market, from tiny notebooks to desktop towers, finding the right system can be daunting, but hotukdeals explains what purchasers need to know and keeps them updated about the best deals on a dedicated page. Read more
24-inch iMac - M1 chip / 8-core CPU / 7-core GPU / 256GB / All colours. Students and Teachers £1,036.04 @ TheEDUstore
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Posted 3 h, 45 m agoPosted 3 h, 45 m ago
THIS ITEM IS USUALLY DESPATCHED WITHIN 6 DAYS RRP is £1249 Apple student discount price is £1,124.40 so a big saving! 24-inch 4.5K Retina Display 4480 x 2520 Apple M1 c… Read more
lukaszorlas

No - Apple Gives it ?

scoobiedoo

Its a pity EDU store offer so few options. What if you want the trackpad? What if you want 1 TB or 16 GB?

MatthewJiang

Does it still have Apple care for a year?

Hunkerdown

netgalileo

How do you open an account if you have just TOTUM or non U.K. edu email address ?

Fractal Design Node 804 Computer Case - Black, £71.79 at Amazon
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Nice case at a resonable cost. Key features Highly effective dual chamber case layout for best possible cooling. Minimalistic design with an elegant brushed aluminum front pan… Read more
LeoMike

I've been using one of these as my gaming PC for years. Its great for cooling and I like the smaller form factor and minimalist look. The multiple hard drive mounts can be removed in favour of SSD which can be attached pretty much anywhere with a velcro sticky pad or something similar.

jamesmarkjohnallan

https://m.imgur.com/gallery/U7yM2gx This seems to suggest 26 3.5" drives. In case you wanted offer a rival to Google drive from your spare room I guess!

rprp

https://www.fractal-design-shop.de/Node-804-HDD-Cage-White

jamesmarkjohnallan

Got one of these second hand and it came without the drive cages. Looking to get 4 drives in there without them at some point.

rprp

I've done 8 without trouble. Temperatures about 38 degrees even in my cellar/vault room which is about 30 degrees. I didn't use the two extra 3.5" slots at the base of the case, but you can. I've since moved everything to a rack mount case. Squeezed 11 drives in that by velcroing one drive to the of the case! One thing I would recommend is using right angle connectors. Straight connectors are easily dislodged by the PSU in one of the cages, when you slide the cage back in

Mac Mini M1 256GB SSD Used Grade A £594.15 / MacBook Pro 13.3" M1 512GB SSD Used Grade A £1,154.30 (UK Mainland) @ Currys Clearance / eBay
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Please look at previous posts for reviews / feedback. Both Grade A and B are typically as new condition with less than 10 cycles on the battery. Mini 256GB - £594.15 Mini 512G… Read more
Certinfy

Took the risk on the Grade B Macbook Air for £735 even if it was only £100 saving over a brand new one. System looks brand spanking new and the battery only has three cycles, warranty expires mid-March 2022 as well. Happy enough with that for the saving.

Zzzgabor

In my experience so far nothing. Got the MBA M1 256gb for £736 from Currys clearance on eBay last wk, grade A. It’s pristine, battery has been charged twice & the Apple warranty expires 9 May 2022. Also delivery was free to NI, not sure why these posts keep saying UK mainland in the title. I’ve been very impressed with the machine so far, & it is an absolute gift at this price.

herrbz

I actually ordered the new iMac but only went for 256GB, as I figured I'd just keep a 1TB SSD/NVMe plugged in and save £400 (iirc). I guess that's where they make the most profit. 256GB storage on computers is starting to look like 16GB on older smartphones. Just not enough, and those size drives are extraordinarily cheap now. The standard needs to be bigger.

wubba-lubba-dub-dub

Ah I was mixing up the prices in the title, £500 for mini and £1k for macbook. My mistake. £200 is a bit much still. Lots of profit on that.

herrbz

Their usual pricing is £200 per 256GB, isn't it? Still outrageous.

Xenta MT Ryzen 5 PRO 3400G 8GB RAM 240GB SSD No OS Desktop PC, £319.98 delivered at Ebuyer
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Nice PC build available from Ebuyer. AMD Ryzen 5 PRO 3400G 3.7GHz 8GB RAM + 240GB SSD WIFI + RX Vega 11 No Operating System 3 Year Warranty (1yr parts 3yr labour) A prac… Read more
fadsarmy

Great point. When memory prices were high, I needed 2X8GB so I bought 1X8GB then later added another 8gb when prices came down.

Hodgie3a

Bought one of these in March; it was a bit more expensive but came with 16GB RAM and no WiFi card (I didn't need it) Installed Win 10 Pro from Product Keys UK for £12. Fitted the DVD Drive from the old PC. It's been working fine since. I'm not sure of the quality of the bits or how good the seller's customer service is but I've been happy with mine. Heat added

GDB2222

Are they selling this into the large business market? If not, why the PRO CPU?

frazzduncan

Does anyone know how many HDD slots/bays this has? Looking for a PC that has space for at least 4

ComingInHot

AMD said they'll sell the new 5000 series APUs in retail later this year.

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Garmin Varia RTL515 rearview radar with tail light £119.99 when bought with Edge 530 Bike Computer £259.99 @ Garmin
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30/06/2021Expires on 30/06/2021Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Save £50 off Garmin Varia RTL515 when bought with Garmin 530 @ £259.99. Just add both items to cart, and the discount will appear.
wfb

Exactly this. It’s greatly enhanced my rides.

fergee

It is great at letting you know there is a car behind you, but the light output and battery life does not compare to a £30 ish moon nebula rear light. The only time I think it is any use is when cycling with a buddy, you can be 2 abreast and then quickly drop to single file way before you can hear the car......and before anyone starts I know you are allowed to cycle 2 abreast.

demansquith

totally agree ,great bit of kit....the my opinion the people who diss this product are the people who dont like paying for safety

demansquith

I have the Radar and its a great bit of kit, expensive i admit and it tells you how many cars are behind you which is a great feature. it works with my garin edge and also i have a wahoo bolt and it works with that as well. the bike computer beeps and clearly tells you how many cars are behind you and how far they are. i have used bar mirrors which are cheap and effective ,but in my opinion the radar is a great bit of kit.

bald_vale

Regardless of it alerting you that a vechle is behind you, they will still overtake you leaving inches to spare and put the fear of God up you just like they always do 😡

Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO SL 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3600MHz C18, Illuminated Desktop Memory Kit 10 Addressable LEDs £163.98 Amazon
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Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
These were over £200 last week. Maybe a little pricey, but looks like the best price at the moment. The 2x8GB set is still over £100 Tech Specs Density: 32GB (2x16GB) Speed: 3… Read more
Zoom7000

I bought these in February for £149 from CCLOnline, but it's been at the £200 mark since then. Picked these up as soon as they were posted this morning and delivered this evening. Installed and now running 64GB in my PC.

DonVali

This is how much I paid for 2x8GB 2 years ago.

morty1984

Thanks mate but after some rgb ram

licenced

This is the Crucial Ballistix set (non RGB) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B083TRXZ98/

morty1984

Have you got a link for that? cant seem to find it on here? regards