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Vaseky V800 500GB SSD SATA £45.89 @ Zapals
Found 5 h, 6 m agoFound 5 h, 6 m ago
You need to order through their app to get this at $59.99 / £45.89 Link on the order page (assuming no currency conversion charges if you have an appropriate credit card i.e Hali… Read more

That dodgy font doesn't inspire confidence...


Ordered something for the first time from zappals, got a message after 3 weeks saying dispatched, expect between 7 and 20 days.


Is this like a fake Samsung?

MAIWO K104 USB 3.0 Hard Drive Enclosure Support 2.5 inch SSD Free Tools - £2.95 @ Dressily
Found 16 h, 22 m agoFound 16 h, 22 m ago
This is a copy/paste of the same deal posted a few days ago which has expired. The same code works, and you can get this for £2.95 Here is the link to the old deal: https://www.ho… Read more

Cheers OP, got one of these from a previous deal. Very nice caddy. Just ordered another as a gift.


Thanks op ordered just have to wait now hopefully not two long. (nerd)


Thanks ordered and got 28p off through TCB :D


Thanks, ordered 2 in separate orders


Yo I bought usb c for £5 on Amazon UK .

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WD Elements External desktop Hard Drive - 4 TB £76.49 delivered with code @ Currys ebay from 10.00-20.00 today
Found 19 h, 28 m agoFound 19 h, 28 m ago
The Western Digital Elements External Hard Drivehas a huge 4 TB of storage space, which allows you to save vast amounts of data, whether it's music, video or photos. USB connectiv… Read more

"Some product boxes are unsealed". Nice of them to be upfront about it.


Total luck of the draw with what is inside these.


Yeah no problem but obviusly voids the warranty.


Any ideas if this can be "Shucked"?


Good price for this 4TB. Still can't be sure what the internal HDD spec is though.. I bought a WD 4TB "MyBook" and got a 7200rpm. I read somewhere that WD stated the following,We can only guarantee drive capacity. We cannot guarantee a particular internal hard drive model, data interface, rotational speed, or cache size in the external hard drive enclosure.

Acer Swift 3 SF314-52-31PA Ultrabook Laptop 14" i3 8GB 128GB SSD IPS - £362.10 @ Tesco eBay
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
"Save an extra 10% using code PREP4XMAS at checkout !" Code brings the price to 362.10 Just bought one for myself. Thanks @davescouse for bringing this to my attention.

OP .. very interesting tag name you have there, like?, hehehehehe. Very unique, lol. :-D


"They are all made in Foxconn factory anyway " Maybe it's me, but, what's the signing of having something built in a Foxconn factory?, or ... I'm genuinely clueless here, thanx.


Have a look on the back of the game should say on there what minimum spec u need


the one you linked has 4gb ddr4 ram whereas this one has 8gb ram. this one is much better & UGC~47868&awid=47868 it has AMD Ryzen 5 2500U processorRAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDDGraphics: AMD Radeon Vega 8Full HD displayand can add m.2 ssd for under £40. i think you can still use code HPLAP for 10% off


What’s the screen like on this ? 90% of laptops have a dim or off white screen

Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD1(Z) 1 TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) £144.97 @ Amazon
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Seems like a decent price for this 1TB sata drive, £3 more than than the lowest its ever been according to camelcamelcamel.
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Alternatively the Adata 960GB for £119 from eBuyer/CCL Online (combine with topcashback for £2.50 and 1.5% from eBuyer). Or the Patriot Ignite 960GB for £115 from Amazon Marketplace (GadgetLifestyle, fulfilled by Amazon):

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Adata Ultimate SU650 960GB SSD £119.22 @ CCL
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
The Ultimate SU650 solid state drive implements 3D NAND Flash and a high speed controller, offering capacities up to 480GB. It delivers read/write performance up to 520/450MB/s and… Read more

And in the US: "Slowly creeping closer to $100 1TB SSDs"... Also the Patriot Ignite 960GB for £115 from Amazon Marketplace (GadgetLifestyle, fulfilled by Amazon):


just wait it out black Friday or Christmas sale will see a lot of SSD`s and Memory products at lower prices.


1% cashback for CCL at topcashback/quidco. 1.5% for Ebuyer at topcashback/1% at quidco.


The "Big Deal" is that I'm a pedant and can't let these things lie!!! ;)


wey eye lad thats a canny goun loda ssd for nowt much moola ... .... is it c/p from a car ad ? "SLC caching: enhances transmission speed"

Google Pixel 2  - New & Unlocked - 128GB Storage - £499.97 Laptops Direct - UK Seller with next day delivery
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Get an extra £10 off with a £1 Which Trial (cancel after 1 month). For those who want a smaller phone, and more storage this is about £100 cheaper than the next best new sim-free … Read more
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64gb XL 2 is £499 at Currys if the 128gb isn’t essential to you


I would consider an XL at this price

Samsung 860 Evo 500GB SSD + Free Assassin's Creed Odyssey - Daily Deal £84.95 (RRP £134.98) @
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Specifications Interface: SATA 6GB/s Interface, compatible with SATA 3 GB/s & 1.5 interfaces Capacity: 500GB NAND Flash Memory: Samsung V-NAND 3bitMLC DRAM Cache Memory: … Read more

Yes, basically that's all you have to do. It also works to boot up from an USB.


So I would backup my old hard drive, then take out the old hard drive, put in the new SSD, put my windows 10 disc in, boot up via cd drive and install windows from there?


I asked the same question on the CCL deal, I'm seeing Samsung is slightly better across the web? Also see:


You can always save a copy of the Windows 10 on a disk or USB as an image, and re-install it on the new SSD (y)


Thanks for your thoughts

Viglen SFF Core i3 PC Refurb 3.60GHz 120GB SSD Windows 10 £79.99 with code - ITZOO
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Reduced from £109.99 to £79.99. Includes an SSD, 4th generation I3 processor and Windows 10. Free delivery as well.

It has got a 3.5 tray which the HDD can sit on. Don't worry it takes minutes to swap it with a HDD


The RAM that's already in there, is it 1600Mhz?


I would be interested to know that.


Was it hard to fit the hard drive? Does it plug into something or slot into somewhere? Sorry I'm a numpty when it comes to pc"s


what brand is it? can u take a picture pls?

Seagate 6 TB Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 HDD £114.99 @ Currys / Amazon UK - Prime Exclusive
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Been looking around for an additional drive to use for cold storage and this seemed to be quite a good price / GB - Comes in at £1.92 which is a little cheaper than the 8TB deal p… Read more

And an online service that's likely to be kept running, not used to lure punters in then shut down


An external USB drive is a good place to start for backing up your data. The conventional wisdom by tech experts on backups is known as the 3-2-1 method. Basically you want: 3 copies of any data you don't want to lose. 2 different mediums it's stored on (so 2 different drives in your computer, for example). 1 copy kept offsite, to prevent against disaster.


Correct... Question: Which features are being removed? Answer: Mobile BackupSocial (Save and Share)Cloud Backup


good price ! hot from me


sorry but as far as I am aware Seagate discontinued this service back in May. To be honest you are better off just using One drive to sync your important documents.

Seagate 5tb backup plus portable external hard drive with 2 months free Adobe cloud photography plan 2 Year Warranty £106.47 Amazon/Ebuyer
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Great price for this drive (shock) hopefully see sub £100 soon :/ Ebuyer link: The Sea… Read more
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From description "Install the free Seagate Mobile Backup app on an iOS or Android mobile device to back up all of the pictures and videos fromthe device to your external drive or the cloud." How does backup for mobile work. Does it work like personal cloud? Don't think this connects to a router.


I'm not sure for this specific model, but certain drives use SMR for their surfaces, which decreases sustained read/write quite significantly, so that's another factor on top of the 5400RPM these drives operate at. That said if it was a huge problem or if you were needing something necessitating high performance you'd probably be using an SSD in the first place, so it's somewhat irrelevant to most people.


Errrr, without wanting to challenge this ^, its absolute rubbish! This is a slower 5400 drive but is perfectly OK for use as an extra day to day drive, its perfectly OK to rip this drive out and use it in a desktop/laptop for daily all the time use, to say its just for once a day backup is rubbish, there are still many drives around at this price point that are 5400 drives and they work fine, hell some manufacturers still use these high volume low speed drives in new kit....Its a Seagate drive, its 5400 it have a 2 year warranty and its just like all the other drives out there, this isnt a fragile little flower to be mollycoddled!


Lots of people seem to be getting confused over the price for this drive. It's cheap for a reason. (Granted it's a good price for this kind drive) The clue is in the name. It's for backups. This means it's slow, and won't handle lots of activity, like what's needed for game play / video editing. It's really meant for once in a while usage. Say, backing up your work at the end of the day. I wouldn't bother sticking it on a PS4 / XBOX One.

Western Digital Blue 2TB 3D NAND SSD M.2 2280 £289.98 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Getting cheaper! The 1TB ones are £155.93 so for double the storage this is looking nice and healthy. I've been waiting a while for a good drop, so I can finally use the slot on … Read more

Monitor the temperature along with transfer rate - there are quite a few open source apps that record nice little charts - then let it idle and transfer some big files and see how it goes


How do you check for thermal throttling?


I have a laptop with a one SATA and Nvme drive because its slots demand it. Can I tell the difference? Um, nope. If it was possible I absolutely would not have bothered with Nvme.


Yes, there are. eg: What you need to know is the type of the drive and the physical length. The M2 format comes in 2 electrical types, SATA and NVMe. They aren't compatible to each other and M2 ports don't necessarily support both (even though physically, the port is nearly identical). In terms of the length, the M2 drives come in different sizes eg. 2242, 2260 or 2280. The last 2 numbers is the length (in mm). If your case fits 2280 (the largest one) then it can fit the smaller ones too, but there are some shorter cases that fit only 2242.


(lol) Why compare an NVME drive to a SATA drive? Are you on something? Can I have some?

Acer Swift 3 Ultra Thin Laptop - Core i3 / 14" 1080P IPS Screen / 4GB DDR4 / 128GB SSD £349.99 Delivered with code @ Acer
Refreshed 17th OctRefreshed 17th Oct24/10/2018Expires on 24/10/2018
Serious discount on this laptop using the code. This ultra thin laptop would be perfect for someone on the go, with a light and slim design, plus an SSD to help ensure things stay … Read more

Doubt it - they're probably be about £450 and upwards. I'm simply explaining that there are different iterations and hardware specs for this laptop so do some quick research / read a few reviews of the specific model number before buying.


Me too....I don't anyone here has taken much notice....thankfully!


Are any of those 2018 models anywhere near £350 though? Guessing £600 or more without looking so not really a fair comparison.


2017 Acer Swift 3 SF314-51 1.53kg (HD610) 2017 Acer Swift 3 SF314-52 1.7kg (MX150) 2018 Acer Swift 3 SF314-54 1.45kg (MX150) 2018 Acer Swift 3 SF314-55 1.36kg (MX150 Max-Q) 2018 Acer Swift 3 SF314-56 1.36kg ((MX150 Max-Q)


Yes latest one is about 1450g so a decent 250g saving according to PC World

iZettle card reader now £19+vat (£22.80) usually £59 @ iZettle
22/10/2018Expires on 22/10/2018Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Back down in price again to £19 plus vat making it £22.80 in total - usual price £59. Great for small businesses as the fees are less than Paypal for small business / small transac… Read more

thanks for the update, and yes I agree we should go back to the appropriate thread for future discussion, don't want to go off topic (embarrassed)


Nope. Rang support after the online chat. They cannot understand why it isn't connecting. The sim is one of those that selects the nearest network, (multi network) but I've tried it literally dozens of times and it just keeps coming back with "connection error...". Even drove 2 miles to test it just in case it was a blackspot in my area. They have escalated the case, they think it "may" possibly be faulty unit. The reader itself is quite nice. The screen is "touch" for when you enter your email and pw. You cn change how you connect, via settings, either GSM or Bluetooth. Tomorrow I'm going to take it out and use it via BT. Hopefully SumUp will call me to let me know what will happen. All in all, it is a piece of kit released, IMHO, too soon and hasn't been tested fully. I'll post more updates as and when on the 3G thread HERE


so have you managed to get it connected yet? also what functions/features does this 3G reader have or not have compared to the original reader? e.g can I connect it to the mobile phone app to email or text receipt to customer?


If you're on about bank account, you can choose any bank account you like to get the money paid in.


I'm guessing you need a business account to use this or can you use it in a standard account

Buffalo 8TB 7200rpm DriveStation Velocity USB 3.0 Desktop Hard drive. 2 year warranty, free delivery or collect + £167.34 @ ebuyer
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Brilliant drives and not a bad price at £20.92 per TB :) Buffalo DriveStation™ Velocity hard drive promises blazingly fast data transfer speeds  Transfer your files quickly and … Read more
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My 3TB failed after 7 months when my son nudged it and it dropped from vertical standing position to its side- that was literally it! I know as I was watching it happen:) I have been really gutted to find it does not work after such minor incident... it’s almost like there is no protection for HDD inside- no rubber mounts or anything like that which explains why drive is so loud at times:/ So yeah, if you are prepared to store it’s somewhere very safe where there is no chance any one will have a chance to even touch it then go go it:) I am sure it will last into 2 years and more:) Ordered replacement and got original partially refunded by eBuyer which was huge disappointment on its own. I paid £75 for 3TB - got refunded £63 on the basis its more than 6 months old or other gibberish...not happy even though I could have buy 3TB again for £65 of eBuyer as need two of those for 2 different xboxes... I think I won’t be buying from them anymore as their return policy is a joke! My money will go somewhere else even though it’s a good price and decent drive (disregarding small accident!).


Anyone know how these compare to WD reliability wise?


any one know what drives are inside these ?


Is anyone else thinking take it apart and just used the HDD or is it just me?


Will it work with Ubuntu Linux?

Samsung 128GB Evo Plus Micro SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I U3 + Adapter - 100MB/s £24.99 @ MyMemory
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
With the Samsung EVO Plus micro SD Card, you can shoot rich and detailed 4K UHD videos from your smartphone, tablet, or camera and be confident that each memory will be safe. With… Read more
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Ordered, thanks :D


already posted and mentioned most days in other threads


Ordered (y)


Thanks for posting @Mohammed_Tabasum and welcome to HUKD

Full HD Laptop - 128GB SSD - Quad Core - £329.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Pretty decent laptop 15.6 Inch Screen AMD A10 A10-9620P Processor 4 GB RAM 128 SSD Windows 10 Operating System Black 11 hours Battery Life 1920 x 1080 Resolution Radeon R5 integra… Read more

This seems a good price,I'm on a budget and would like a laptop for my son,as mentioned before it might be worth waiting for Black Friday,what do you think folks?So can the RAM be upgraded on this? Just out of interest could anyone advise an external HDD for this at a decent price?


So easy to upgrade RAM with any consumer grade laptop. You just need the right case tool to pry the case open and a bit of gentle force. Provided that this is a Full HD 15.6" it's a great price. I rate the AMD APUs. I bought something similarly priced about 6/7 years ago with an A8 APU (quad core 1.8GHz with HD56xxx graphics or something) and it lasted me that long until the CPU became noticeably slow as I began to use it for more complex tasks. It was a Dell Inspiron 15R, highly recommend. If I had some extra cash floating around I would definitely buy this as a daily driver.


Might as well wait till BF. Pretty sure an i5 based laptop with full hd and ssd will make an appearance for £349. They're like death and taxes.


Read the question I was replying to. This cpu has its place and is fine for the use in question. You're not going to experience throttling using office and watching media. The RAM however might cause problems. It was a simple question and simple answer. The avarage person doesn't want to buy a laptop and upgrade the ram out of the box.


Still is better than being soldered. Many laptops/Chromebooks these days , come with soldered ram as well to stop them from being upgraded.

My Passport (re-certified) 2TB Portable Hard Drive HDD for £45.99 Delivered from Western Digital (Various Colours)
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
My Passport (re-certified) 2TB Portable Hard Drive HDD Colours Available: Blue, Red, Orange, Yellow & White. The 1TB version is also availble for £32.99 in all colours. Also … Read more
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Apologies - I was only looking at the 3tb and 4tb. Mea culpa. All colours in 1tb are available and the 2tb as stated by ijwia. Thanks mate (y)


j the 2tb listed in every colour bar black is still available


The £79.99 posted as a comparative price is for a BRAND NEW HD and therefore not strictly comparable. Needs to amend the £79.99


Seems that all sizes are OOS.


The 4TB are £64.99 when they are in stock.

6TB Porsche Design 3.5 USB 3.0 desktop hard drive 2 year warranty and free delivery £124.52 @ eBuyer
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
With the LaCie Porsche Design Desktop Drive's USB 3.0 interface, you'll be able to get the job done faster than ever before. Speeds up to 5 Gb/s allow you to transfer a 700MB video… Read more
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As I said though, it's not the drives themselves, it's the electronics Lacie use in their kit, mostly things like power supplies. Ironically the two worst failures I've had with their stuff have been with NAS boxes. The first had two mirrored drives where the PSU failed and took both drives with it. Luckily it was just backups of CD's for installing software from, so whilst a pain, not the end of the world. The second was again two drives but as one logical drive for use with a Mac doing video editing. Again, looks like the PSU failed and both drives were fried. Luckily it was just working storage and no important data was lost, but Lacie took a long time, under warranty, to apparently try to repair before replacing the unit and drives. Speaking to other people in the industry, it seems it's a fairly common issues with many people pointing at them using cheap, off the shelf components and PSU designs rather than their own. Weird considering they make a big thing out of the outer design.


Quoted For Truth. Buy cheap buy twice after the drive fails and takes your data with it. Get a NAS with RAID 1 (minimum) and stop messing about.


Thanks for the heads up. It's that kind of info that I look for on a lot of these deal posts when it comes to computing stuff. Cheap yogurts and biscuits, not so much


Same product on Amazon has reviews where the drive has failed quickly which supports the comment from Begize. Might be worth it if you pull the drive out BUT cannot confirm exact drive in case. I suspect it will be whatever drive seagate has 'excess stock' of at the time the Lacie kit is made !!! Probably vote cold because too many unknowns.


Posted this before on Lacie threads but bears repeating. I work in the IT profession and have had the misfortune to deal with Lacie kit a few times. Their electronics (not the discs themselves) are very cheaply made and have a tendency to fail causing corruptions and disc failures. They are very much form over substance. I would avoid them personally so cold from me.

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