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Toshiba Canvio Gaming 4TB HDD USB 3.0 External Hard Drive for Playstation/Xbox/PC £79.99 at Amazon
Posted 16 h, 39 m agoPosted 16 h, 39 m ago
Dropped down to it's lowest price (last price £85.99). £89.92 on ebuyer. Supposedly optimised for gaming, and generally gets better reviews than the Basics model (which is also do… Read more



Is this drive removable for use elsewhere ?


Anyone used this on PS5?

Toshiba Tecra A40-C-18R 14" Laptop (Core i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Windows 10) - REFURBISHED £149.99 @ Electrical Deals
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
It`s a refurb but the price is good. Could do with another 4GB of Ram though. Refurbished - All items are fully tested and working. It may have noticeable moderate to heavy scratc… Read more

Very good price. I am still using an i3-6th with 12gb ram plus SSD and it is pretty quick. Of course basic things but it is enough for majority of people


6th gen chips are still great buys as they are very similar to everything up to 10th gen with slightly lower clockspeeds and dual-core not quad, but that's ok at this level. Certainly not a bad price for £150 and the RAM upgrade is cheap and easy.


I also agree this is decent for the price. Still use my i3 6th gen 4gb ram, more often than my i5 8th gen 8gb ram and I can do most with it. I guess it depends of the condition you get it, but this is not bad. Hot!


It may be a few years old, but it's definitely worth £150. Decent spec and comes with 3 months warranty. Good deal



Toshiba P300 3 TB 7200RPM 3.5 Inch SATA Hard Disk Drive - £48.94 (UK Mainland) Sold by Amazon EU @ Amazon
Refreshed 13th MayRefreshed 13th May
I've waited so long to get this to sub 50. About this item Data protection technology Temperature (operating / non-operating) : 0 to 65 degree celsius / -40 to 70 degree celsiu… Read more

Backblaze, are using consumer standard drives in a nas, and not your normal consumer type nas but in a data server facility.. This firm produce data whilst having some indicative trends, should not be taken as gospel. Unless you have the sides of the case and the case is on your desk you will not hear most 3.5" drives.


I was just looking at HDD prices on eBay, you can easily double your money now.


This'll do fine for up to 4 drives in a NAS, just as good as a WD Red in real terms - potentially better - WD made headlines by pulling a dirty ploy and putting SMR (bad for RAID) drives into their Red line recently. However you're better off investing in larger hard drives if the whole job is storage, especially if limited slots. 3TB is great for most peoples steam libraries and anything else that spills over their SSD on a desktop, but pretty small in modern HDD terms. Can get up to 18TB now, 12-14TB readily available and at a good price - chia related surge in demand notwithstanding! Internal drives can carry a premium, but if you checkout "shucking" as a concept, can get good deals on USB drives to use for NAS etc. Picked up 4x 14TB recently for ~£211 each = £15 per TB (so cheaper than this per GB!)


My WD Red I ordered from Amazon EU arrived hanging out of the outer packaging! The courier insisted he hadn’t dropped. Yeah, right. I tried to reject the delivery but he refused my rejection, insisting that it will be fine. I contacted Amazon UK and they refunded me straight away. Another waste of a perfectly find hard drive, not to mention the logistical environmental impact . All this thanks to cheap and inadequate packaging by Amazon warehouse staff


Also keen to know if this is any good for a NAS RAID setup or whether I'm better off getting a WD red or Seagate ironwolf?

Toshiba 58UL2063DB 58" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £389 (UK Mainland) delivered @ AO
Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Update 1
Purchase via AO on eBay using code PROMOFIVE for £369.55
Looks like a good deal for a 58" TV currently reduced by £60, reviews sound good. THIS IS £19.45 CHEAPER ON THEIR EBAY SITE USING PROMOFIVE… Read more

Sorry, but I still think you are missing the point. Toshiba and Hitachi haven’t made TV’s for years. Conning probably wasn’t the correct term, that’s why I put it in quotes, maybe ‘this is a marketing ploy / pulling the wool over your eyes’ might be better. Your Apple comment is completely irrelevant to the point I am making. Nokia would be a better example… Let’s just agree to disagree.


Of course, they won't that's why they licence the brand name. Panasonic, Toshiba, Hitachi know that consumers want the choice of budget products, but they are not as profitable as the high spec ones, so they outsource them to third parties. Vestel is not conning anyone any more than Apple having Foxconn make their phones in Taiwan.


No, it’s the same, but let me explain my point… In the 90’s and into the early 00’s, these brands were top tier. Correct? Now, people are buying what they think is a Toshiba or Hitachi, thinking they are buying a top tier TV. They aren’t, they are buying cheap rubbish with a badge on it. There is obviously something going on here, call it what you like, but would they sell the same number of TV’s if they weren’t branded? Doubt it…


How are they conning people when Panasonic, Toshiba etc actually licensed them to produce TV sets for them?? Is this any different from almost ALL brands licensing Chinese manufacturers to make their goods that used to be made in Europe, USA and Japan?


Did anyone here know that in last few models of Lcd. Samsung went into partnership with a Sony, those model's had faulty power(don't know the exact word of part) for the mains way back. Samsung hasn't always been just Samsung, also even a few youtubers said bout Samsungs own version of the Dolby Vision for screen isn't as good as Dolbly. I personally think they are over priced because of this. And you pay for the name but every1 to there own I say.

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Toshiba P300 3TB 7200RPM 3.5 Inch SATA Hard Drive £54.85 (UK Mainland) sold by Amazon EU at Amazon
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Good price for this drive. Toshiba's P300 3.5 inch internal hard drive is designed for professional users looking to enhance their PC - delivering a higher performance with capaci… Read more

Now £48.46 :)


Gone down to £49.01


I think that the problem may have been, that there was a Stonehenge monument on the stage that was in danger of being crushed by a dwarf (lol)


Performance, space, low price. Pick 2 of 3.


Who buys internal hard drives in the age of SSDs. Performance is so much better with cheaper SSD, space is another issue.

Toshiba 65ul2063db 65 inch 4K smart TV reduced to clear Tesco Haverfordwest
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th MayLocalLocal
This deal was at Tesco Haverfordwest. Toshiba 65 inch 4K tv reduced to clear. Not sure if it’s national but worth a look!



Was it Toshiba or Sharp?


£500 in Tesco Dunstabl


Seen this in my Tesco on 7May,Not this price


Good find and first deal @Thisnamewilldo - cheers for sharing :)