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(PC DRM Free Games) The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt £2.39/ (GOTY Edition) £2.96/ Cyberpunk 2077 £15.31 (via VPN) @ GOG Russia
Posted 8 h, 55 m agoPosted 8 h, 55 m ago
Silly prices for the games from Russia, a VPN would be needed. Steps To Buy: Connect to your GOG UK Account Use a free VPN like Hola or a VPN extension like Urban VPN and t… Read more

Yes. According to their info


Use Revolut?


Ok does PayPal take a conversion fee?


Thanks OP, held of buying/playing any of these games for long enough. So got 1,2 + 3 for £4.11 in total. Incredible.


Strange question, it's same GOG

Refurbished LENOVO THINKPAD 11E 11.6" (3RD GEN) CHEAP WINDOWS LAPTOP 8GB RAM 128GB SSD - £143.99 @ eBay / techmarket-deals
21/05/2021Expires on 21/05/2021Posted 14 h, 41 m agoPosted 14 h, 41 m ago
This 11.6" laptop is reinforced to withstand the physical demands of the primary school experience, and equipped with the necessary features and software to create and nurture a di… Read more

No worries. I'd been using ThinkPads for a while at work and appreciated their attention to detail over flashy looks. I was quite jammy with what my TP ended up costing me. Long story short, I bought their very first but problematic S1 Yoga, and after how many on-site engineer visits raised enough of a complaint that Lenovo allowed me to swap it out for their X1 Yoga when the S1 was relegated to the failed product category as their first attempt at designing a 2in1. To date I've changed 3 things on the X1. Only one was due to a failure; the cooling fan's bearings which went noisy after three years. Luck of the draw I guess, but quickly sorted for about £35 for a new heatsink/fan online. Gave me the chance to upgrade the thermal compound from stock gloop to Artic's MX-4 for about £5 - which has made the CPU perform more efficient thermally, with less CPU throttling and also quieter running. Something I don't need to worry about for 7 years Arctic claim is an advantage of their compound's stability. It's been over 3 years since I swapped the fan and it's still working well. Only things I've changed to keep up with the pace of worthwhile progress is a new NVMe drive for a faster and larger Samsung 970Pro which made the machine fly better than new. <£200 Also swapped out the original WiFi/Bluetooth card for a more up to date Intel AC8265 card to take advantage of MU-MIMO WiFi's better coverage and speeds <£25 So, do your research and don't be afraid to get a previous gen machine. Sometimes they're just better. Quite handy to understand some of the foibles of laptop models Lisa of continues to review new laptops on her YouTube channel Good starting point to help you along your choice of laptop.


Processor is a celeron N3050. It scores a lowly 1189 on benchmark. Just a bit slower than my yoga 300. Personally think this is over priced as I paid £104 for my yoga which came with a 12 months Argos warranty. The 8gb RAM and see will help and putting an SSD in my yoga improved the performance massively. These are fine for watching videos and surfing but I would be putting my £143.99 towards something better. It's a £100 laptop in my opinion. £100 would easily by my yoga if I was selling, totally refurbished my me which basically means it's been reset and possibly blown out with compressed air.


I’d go a used T440p off eBay for a tiny bit more than this price


That ones a Thinkbook not a Thinkpad, thankfully


Looks like you missed this on Saturday, not the yoga 6. It was £469 with offer code.

Focusrite Scarlett Solo USB Audio interface, 3rd Gen - Includes Software - £81.44 @ eBay / gak-music
21/05/2021Expires on 21/05/2021Posted 14 h, 58 m agoPosted 14 h, 58 m ago
Even better than last week now, as there's a better code taking it down even further. I did double check to make sure prices weren't put up and it's good news :) That said it now … Read more
Lenovo M720Q/6 core i5-8400T/8GB Ram/256GB SSD/Windows 10/B PC (Pre Owned) - £255 Delivered @ CeX
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Tiny, power-efficient, 6 core PC. Free delivery.

What is the max ram it supports please.


Still running an i3/8Gb M73 with 250Gb ssd, at *some* point I'll update it, but it's handled everything I'm throwing at it just now - perhaps in another four or five years time? Nice PCs though - and although they *do* have fans, you can scarcely year them unless you're *really* pushing the processor


Nope. Updates still an issue. But I have an i3 one of these running Mac OS. Was a bit difficult to get it working but I am a novice. Works ok but daily have to dismiss the update pop up top right corner.




Look at the picture in the post.(I have copied and pasted it below as well) The big thing top right is a fan

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BitDefender Total Security 2021 5 devices / 1 year PC, Mac and Mobile protection £17.80 @ BitDefender
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Sharing this as its the cheapest I have seen at £17.80 for 1 year.Its multi device, not just windows 10 Protects Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS devices Online management for … Read more

You are right, although it will always be difficult for most people to know which if any of them are in some way financially encouraged to give a positive review. Having said that it's a good place to start and if you check out two or three sites and they all give good reviews then you lower the risk.


I use bitdefender and get my license key via email from ebay sales. Just find a seller who has been doing it for a long time and pick the cheapest. The National Cyber Security Centre has some information I agree with the person who said you do not really need it for phones, provided you do not download apps from dubious (not official) sources and provided you dont click on links in sms or emails. Of course some zero day could come out and spread like wildfire and AV may (with heuristics) stop it ...


Note that I had to check out using a fee-free card in USD to get this price, if you set it to £, for me at least, it goes up to £25.


Luckily there are a number of websites that test AV applications for effectiveness against actual threats using a well documented methodology, so we don't just have to rely on the opinion of a random selection of internet users.


User reviews can be useful for common noticeable problems, but very few users will have the will, let alone the ability to test the effectiveness of security software.

Microsoft Office 365 Family & McAfee LiveSafe Premium 2020 Bundle - 1 year for 6 users (+ 3 Months Microsoft 365) £45.99 at Currys PC World
Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Not the cheapest it has ever been but the bundle comes with 3 months extra on Microsoft 365 which looks to work out cheeper than the £40 1 year bundle! ____________________________… Read more

You sort of can consolidate the storage, it is still 1tb per account but if you sign up a second account and share a folder with your main account you can then add this folder to your main drive. This then appears in the one drive sync tool and you can treat it as a normal folder. I do this with all my photos and save them on another account :)


Does look like the cheapest it's been with the 15 months so £3.06/ month for Office apps and 6TB of storage. Annoying that you can't centrally allocate the storage still but well worth it. With the upcoming Google photos changes this is certainly looking like one of the cheapest ways of getting plenty of centralised storage


Thank you, great deal! Purchased one set to add to my subscription


Still showing as £45.99 here too, thanks for posting @britax132 good price. :3


Anyone know where to find a legit lifetime office license (Mac) at a reasonable price? Thanks!