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Lexar PLAY 1TB microSDXC UHS-I Card, Up To 150 MB/s Read (LMSPLAY001T-BNNAG) - £126 Amazon Student @ Amazon
30/09/2021Expires on 30/09/2021Posted 1 h, 20 m agoPosted 1 h, 20 m ago
Credit to @apur32 for the original deal. Lexar products are benefiting from an extra 10% off for students at checkout on amazon. Including this massive SD Card. For £126 at check… Read more

Might be an idea for the new Steam console. Cheers MrSwitch!

Apple Music AND AppleTV+ FREE for 6 months then £4.99/m for students @ Unidays - New Subscribers Only
Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
So you get Apple music AND Apple TV+ for half price at £4.99/m but it's FREE for 6 months! You get 3m free then another 3m free bolted on. Some decent content aswell - https://tv… Read more

Lisey's story was awful


I don't get the 6 months claim. Unidays says it's 3 - apple says it's 3 - OP posted a screenshot showing it's only 3m. I used it for the 3 months but I think the 6m is misleading as it does not say 6m anywhere..


Download the windscribe chrome plugin. Create a windscribe account and pick 2 countries (has 2 be two minimum). £1.50 for this. Select Argentina and enable the Vpn windscribe within chrome (press the on buttom under the W logo in the browser) Go to (it thinks you are in Argentina) Create account (use home address) Pay by card,Monzo or whatever. I used Halifax. Pay in Argentina pesos. Good to go. You will have a bank charge which may be a £1 or so each month. We have the 6 family accounts per month for a few quid. Kids use it, I just use it for cycling.


Yeah, that would make sense (lol)


I haven’t, assume that would work but as I have Spotify through my Vodafone account I CBA (lol)

Apple 2020 MacBook Air 13" M1 256GB Space Grey 4 year Warranty £830.48 at TheEDUstore
Posted 27th JulPosted 27th Jul
MacBook Air 13-inch: Apple M1 chip with 8 - core CPU and 7 - core GPU 8GB unified memory 256GB - Space Grey - 4 year Warranty SKU: MGN63B/A-4YR

Couldn't you purchase this with a credit card and if anything goes wrong down the line have back up?




Would John Lewis price match.?


Cheers for sharing @ArpitGupta - good find :)


Order with your teacher email.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds Live - Mystic Bronze (UK Version) £79.99 / £59.99 with Student Prime Discount @ Amazon
Posted 27th JulPosted 27th Jul
This is probably the next best deal you'll get for these following the Samsung summer cashback of last month. Features & details Stylish. Iconic. Designed for all-day co… Read more

Shame they're not Mystic Black


Summed it up nicely, I agree with all the points. Use mine for running and gym and they've been fine. Apart from taking them out to wipe the sweat off haha


My bad..


Still might be useful for those that don't mind refurbished ones (y)


sorry, deleted my post

Lenovo Legion 7i Intel i7-11800H 16GB 1TB G4 SSD RTX 3070 140W 16" Gaming Laptop £1,637.99 with student / newsletter code at Lenovo
Posted 27th JulPosted 27th Jul
Lenovo UK store just stocked for the first time the new Intel 11th Gen version of the Legion 7i Gen 6 (16" Intel) . You need to select at least the 1TB PCIe Gen4 SSD to be able to… Read more


robuk360 A quick Google got these two right away, one from reddit and one from the Lenovo forums. Seems to be a few in the lenovo forum.


Is there a link to the Reddit post relating to this issue, as it clearly seems that there are potential problems with both cards?


This all seems to contradict the many reddit post regarding the L5P and the issue being the Realtek card. Everyone seems to suggest the Intel nic is the answer. Not sure what to make of all this. My L5P seems fine atm with the intel card. But we shall see, it is only a week old.


It does seem to be a related problem with the Intel WiFi cards. Would suggest that you get in touch with Lenovo as they may also need replacing, unless your reset procedure has/will provide a permanent solution?