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Toshiba 24W3753DB 24 inch, HD Ready, Smart TV at Very for £99.99
24/08/2018Expires on 24/08/2018Found 15 h, 3 m agoFound 15 h, 3 m ago
Toshiba 24W3753DB 24 inch, HD Ready, Smart TV For a TV that doesn't take up a lot of space, it certainly offers plenty of great entertainment, bringing it all to life with Toshiba… Read more
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Perfect ... needed a small Tv for the office, and had a 20% discount code they sent - £80 :) Same tv on amazon is £140!

Toshiba 32GB TransMemory U202 USB Flash Drive - White - £6.98 + £3.98 delivery @ Ebuyer
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
The Toshiba TransMemory U202 USB flash drive makes it simple to store media securely - with a design that's small in size, but big on storage. Specifications Interface - Hi-Spe… Read more
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Nice one, thanx. :-) Interested. :-) Thanx for that.


^^^ Yeah, 4 quid for standard delivery, am i also missing something here, the same one on Amazon is only 99p delivery.


Erm, you'll need to add at least £3.98 on for delivery unless I'm missing something? Freezing deal, sorry.


No link, it is a pc parts and accessories store, called Aria pc. Website They are this price all year round


Whats the fastest read/write speed usb I can get with about 32Gb capacity?

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Toshiba 2TB Canvio Alu 2.5" USB3.0 External Hard Drive - Blue £56.98 @ BTShop
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
I know it's just a hard drive but it is a nice looking one, bit of a change from Black (y) Canvio Alu - portable storage Store your essential data securely on the Canvio Alu … Read more
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Cheers (y)


nice find just ordered one




Thanks, have ordered one.


Love my xbox (y)

Toshiba TR200 480GB 2.5" SSD £69.99 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Lowest price this Toshiba TR200 480GB 2.5" SSD has been, now £69.99 delivered.The customer reviews look alright from a few sites that I have looked at. Lower power consumption… Read more

It uses QLC technology. This makes for cheaper NAND than TLC but the trade off is the small number of cells reserved for the SLC cache. Once that gets filled, the drive crawls. Slower than a mechanical hard drive, in fact. Would have thought that the QLC drives would be cheaper than this, tbh.


You sir are a star. Wish I could send a flaming reindeer your way. :D Curious though, what's the issue with these Toshiba's that can't handle file sizes over 5GB? That's a huge disadvantage especially if people were to buy this in hopes of using it as a video editing staging drive.


All of these are better options (in order, probably) 1. Crucial MX500 - £76.75 2. Sandisk SSD Plus - £69.99 3. Kingston SA400S37 - £67.99


Why and can you recommend others?


The drive can handle datasets smaller than 5GB fine, but once you try writing anything larger than that it slows down a lot, to the point of being worse than a traditional hard drive. There is little point in buying one of these when there are better options for a very similar price range. You will probably be quite disappointed in buying this when you could spend an extra £10-20 and get something that is much better quality.

Toshiba TR200 240GB SSD for £39.98 delivered @ ebuyer
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Pretty good price for 3D NAND 240gb SSD with 3 year warranty. SSD prices seem to be coming down quite a bit recently; when I was looking to buy any cheapy ssd a few months back, I… Read more
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Have you not heard the news about all the GPU chips being returned to Nvidia due to a lack of demand... Maybe they should try selling them for at least early 2017 prices, maybe a bit cheaper than that to account for the difference in time. For example, you could buy a AMD RX 480 8GB for about £180-190 then, cheapest I've seen an 8GB RX 580 is £220-£230. A similar situation has been with the equivalent GTX 1060


Heat. Might finally bite to replace my last surviving HDD


Heat added. Been looking to upgrade to a bigger SSD in my laptop for a while. Ordered this


Superb price VS storage GB! These are very similar to the old OCZ range of SSD's though, the read / write speeds, in the real world are far less than the advertised test ones, keep this in mind if you want this for something spectacularly fast, like gaming i/o speed needs ;)


The "ten times" longevity was probably based on the assumption we'd see the same DRAM and SLC caching. This SSD has no DRAM and a relatively small SLC/MLC cache. It's a trade-off that enables budget SSDs to be budget. We're going to see way more trade-offs with the move to QLC for budget and archival drives. As the PC World review shows this drive is a bad choice if you're doing a lot of sustained writing to the SSD. However, the review also recommends spending an extra 40% (~240GB Sandisk Ultra or Crucial drives are around the £55-60 mark). Most people - i.e. those replacing a laptop HDD and use office apps and a web browser - will rarely ever need sustained write performance. The peppiness comes from read speed (on boot-up and application load). If you're just writing office documents, photos and the odd video these £40 DRAM-less drives are fine.

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Toshiba 65U6763DB 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £599.99 shipped @ Costco
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Ultra HD Live and breathe the on-screen action with a Toshiba 4K UHD TV. Bringing you exhilarating life-like picture clarity, 4K UHD TVs display four times more detail than Full HD… Read more

Interestingly in America they used to also only accept Amex but now only accept Visa. I think it is based on who they have a contract with for their Costco Credit card. Currently in the Uk being Amex and America being Visa,


That is shock! Amex usually charge more than Visa or Mastercard. In USA thet accept Visa., but not in UK. I have learnt something (I am not a member).


They don’t accept most credit cards. They do however accept American Express. And all debit cards


They don't accept credit cards and they save money by not accepting PayPal I guess...



Toshiba 75U6763DB 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - £999 Costco in store incl VAT
LocalLocalFound 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Was £1149, then £1049 now In Store Sheffield for £999.99 Features - 75" screen, perfect for game day and blockbuster movies - 4K UHD, HDR10 Display, view the game in all the de… Read more

If only I had a business...


OP must try harder! - you need to show the price including VAT and any other costs that might apply (delivery if applicable)


Buy it through your business for "meetings and such" lol


That's what I was thinking. If so perhaps the price should be changed on the deal


Link says £1198.98 so I assume it’s not included

2 x Toshiba 32 GB EXCERIA M302 Micro SDHC UHS-I U3 Class 10 Cards with Adapters - £14.99 @
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Just saw this on the back of the deal posted earlier for the 64gb model of this card. Multi pack containing 2 x 32 GB Toshiba MicroSDXC UHS-I U3, 4K, Class 10 Memory Cards Each ca… Read more

That's why i said if you want just one... Work out the price for just one. Then my previous comment may make sense. Guess i didn't word it too well. If you wanted just one going for that deal you'd only be paying £1 more.


2 would cost £16.98... :{


Its been years since i seen discount codes for


Decent. If you just want one though it only works out £1 more than this post would be for same amount delivered from here...


cheers just orderd

Toshiba 64GB EXCERIA M302 Micro SDXC U3 Card with Adapter  £12.99  Base
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Good price for this card
wiserthanowl (pirate)


Thanks for posting. Heat.


Yeh. Fire HD uses micro sd card.


Is this any good for a Fire HD? My son needs a bigger memory apparently!


Heat added OP (y)

TOSHIBA 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV £249 @ Currys
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Not a bad price for this time of the year. TOSHIBA 43U5766DB 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV

I think they've all been snapped up so maybe it should be expired.


Hi. No trouble but I'm afraid I'd only be able to do a search on line as I have no specialist knowledge. That budget does sound very low - what size are you looking for?


Yes my children use it for a PS4 and they are not complaining. so it must be OK


Sorry to be a pain, could you recommend me a TV (for a £100 - £150 more), if it's not too much trouble :) Thanks


Is it worth getting a TV now or better to wait until black Friday?

Toshiba 75 £1199.98 Costco Gateshead
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Toshiba 75 inch, built in wifi, freeview play, screen mirroring, 3 HDMI, 2 USB and vga. dimensions w 168.4 x h 102.6 x d 37.0 cm
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Nice TV great price


Probably not, Toshiba have seemed to have made a real balls up, as we know they got Vestel to make their TVs are while back, then sold the brand name rights to Compal in 2016 (who bought Toshiba factories in Poland) then a year later sell the brand to Hisense while keeping Vestel making their products (Compal stopped in 2017 it seemed), so it seems to me at least. Reports suggest as of Feb 2018 the Compal agreement was to be ended, but Vestel's agreement would continue, with input from Toshiba's Japanese design team. If I didn't know better, I said say they haven't got a friggin clue what to do with their brand name :D “Toshiba” is a registered trademark of Toshiba Corporation and its used by Vestel or its subsidiary for products described here in under license from Toshiba Visual Solutions Corporation. Vestel is the manufacturer or is the entity responsible as manufacturer for the products described here in. Copyright © VESTEL 2018. "Toshiba" is a registered trademark of Toshiba Corporation and its used by COMPAL ELECTRONICS EUROPE SP. Z.O.O. or its subsidiary for products described here in under license from Toshiba Lifestyle Products & Services Corporation. COMPAL ELECTRONICS EUROPE SP. Z.O.O. is the manufacturer or is the entity responsible as manufacturer for the products described here in. Copyright © 2016 COMPAL ELECTRONICS EUROPE SP. Z.O.O


Hisense panel?


Vestel. Damn autocorrect


I have heard that the higher end Toshiba gear is made by a different company to the £250 40" etc stuff, so this may be an OK TV. That wasn't the point I was making though. Just sticking a deal up with "Toshiba 75 £1199.98" or whatever, just sounds, and no offence to the op, their first deal, learning curve and all that, a bit lazy.

Toshiba 16GB M203 MicroSD Class 10 U1 100MB/s with Adapter, Black.£3.98 w/promo @ Amazon - Add on Item / Minimum Spend £20
31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Gift-wrap available. Note: This item is eligible for click and collect. Details
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So you can buy one that claims to be double the size but ends up being half this size (flirt)


First one is from China and the ebuyer one is nearly double the price.


Alway like a visible discount



Link please?

55" Toshiba 1080p Full HD TV at Ebuyer for £339.98
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
55" Toshiba 1080p Full HD TV Full HD (High Definition) 3x HDMI, 2x USB, 1x Scart Toshiba Smart Portal Internal WLAN USB Recording

Last black Friday Amazon had a Samsung 4k Certified HDR 50" TV for the same price as this one. I wouldn't buy any vestel, Hisense is tempting, but then you might want want as well buy a Samsung or LG anyway. LG make most of the screens, even Samsung was buying LG panels at one point (not sure if still are), so whilst the panels are alright, the capacitors/resistors/pch/boards that drive everything won't really be (generally speaking) at the same level of a more known brand. When Toshiba made their own TVs they were decent, now though, price wise vestel make all, good for them i guess. Considering there's not many full HD channels yet, and on sky /virgin you have to pay more for many HD channels 4k seems a long way off, not to mention the eye cant see 4k when sat at a normal distance, and most SD to 4k up scales are soapy, its better to buy a good 1080p TV than a crap 4k one... Not to mention the refresh rates were far better on the 1080's. My opinion anyway... Either way, Toshiba is a meh choice but ok if you're not picky. I've had some bad arguments with eBuyer in the past for RMAs and John Lewis price match + give you a free 5yr warranty on TV sales (no accident dmg, but still worth £100+ imo), so its Amazon (they have amazing customer service). or John Lewis with the free warranty for me.


I know that and I didn't say they are in any way better. I just merely stated a fact that some brands are more recognizable and therefore put higher price on their product.


You realise its made by Vestel the same Turkish manufacturer that makes all the cheap TVs, you know like Luxor etc? Toshiba hasn't made its own TVs for a while. I know that because i recently bought the mother in law a 43" 4k Toshiba brand new for £230.


Cry good price

ocelot20 something like this. 4K LED with Android OS so you can install the likes of Kodi on it if you wish. 3 HDMI ports, Freeview ect only thing lacking is HDR.

Toshiba 2TB Canvio Connect II USB 3.0 - £56.98 Delivered - Blue / Black / White @ BT Shop
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Looks a good price for this model, reviews are decent as well. Available in Black, Blue and white colours at the mo. Has pre-installed backup software which is always handy for sys… Read more

No problem, your most welcome. :-) Have you tried formatting those 128GB Flash Sticks and such like, and perhaps trying it again for same/similar said purpose, etc? (a 'food for thought' moment there, that's all?). :-) If that be too much hassle, then yes, sticking to 64GB is probably a wayyyyyy better 'option' regardless ... :-D As for this: "(I use free public wifi spots to download films and tv series. Beats paying for broadband at home :-)" Hahahahahaha, I couldn't agree with you MORE! (I use free public Wi-Fi alllllllll the time! - though yes, security/lack there of, alwayyyys readily comes to mind still ... ) lol. Ps. Via which 'source'/'sources' do you hone your Movies off of the Internet from on your Phone? (before then downloading them, etc, etc?), thanx. :-)


Thanks. I didn't know about the maximum external memory setting. I have used one 128gb flash stick with my phone, but it eventually corrupted. This may have had nothing to do with the maximum allowable external memory size, but I've stuck with 64gb sticks ever since, with no problems. (I use free public wifi spots to download films and tv series. Beats paying for broadband at home :-)


As per my above ... But relate it to the firmware of your Android Phone instead?. Mobile Phone's + huge capacity Hard Drive's weren't initially designed to be paired together in such a way - I'd have imagined?. Mobile Phone's alwayyyys come with a maximum 'allowable' external capacity for them, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and so forth? (though it could be successfully argued either way that a Phone designed for 32GB could get away with a 64GB Memory Card inside it, or a Phone designed for 128GB, could possibly get away with 200GB within it too, etc), I've rarely heard of a Phone designed for a maximum of 128GB managing to capacitate a 400GB+ Memory Card yet? (yet alone a 1TB+ external Hard Drive ... ) Even TV's had to change their general nature to 'accommodate'?. So I'm doubtful your assumed for scenario is actually possible? - via Phone at least ... (alllllll connected via computer however?, well, that be an entirely different ball game altogether still?). Anyone with any other thoughts?, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong?. :-)


Good to know. :-) But the OP's Hard Drive is not 1TB though?, it's 2TB instead ... And as such, the above criteria MAY prove itself a crux in whether it may/may not work with your TV in the first place, etc?. (Trial and error, and all that ... )


Have a Samsung TV which is now 4 years old and no problem with usb sticks, Connected a 1tb hard drive via usb on tv and it works fine. Hope that helps.

Toshiba Canvio Basics 3TB Portable External Hard Drive - Black. £77.94 - Free Delivery, Collect + @ Ebuyer
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Quickly transfer files with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and store up to 3 TB of data on Canvio Basics external hard drives. These devices are ready to use with Microsoft Windows and require… Read more
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Good deal


i had to send mine back twice.


That's gone down. Before I posted this I checked Amazon and it was over 80


Only £76.99 from Amazon - but it’s one of those pesky prime members only offers.


They are indeed :D

Toshiba 64GB M203 MicroSD Class 10 U1 100MB/s with Adapter £12.23 (Prime) £16.72 (Non Prime) Delivered from Amazon
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
To get this deal you need to apply the 20% off code that is selectable on the page. 20% will then be deducted at checkout making the card £12.23 delivered. The code doesn't seem … Read more

Can we perhaps have a thread on here about SD cards or computer parts that doesn't turn into a geek pissing contest?


not sure why you are telling me that - not something that needed any clarification anyway and it depends on card - no U3 doesn't mean no 4K - its not a magic sticker


You need to have U3 for that


Nothing special for a U1 at this price when there are regularly U3's for near enough the same.


Kingston have answered on of the questions and replied saying it is U1 and linked to the data sheet. We'll done Amazon. Will be returning.

TOSHIBA 55U6863DB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £419 @ Currys
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
TOSHIBA 55U6863DB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV The U5853 model is going about at same price and flying oos quickly but curry’s now out the slightly better model to same price,… Read more

This deal has expired? Shows £549 for me.


So... 10yrs warranty is on the table?


Why does it say 50hz ;(


Could have been the store you went too, other staff at other stores could be better in customer service.


For free? From Curry's? You've more chance of getting a handjob off the store manager than a free 5 year warranty from that lot.

Toshiba  50U6863DB  50 inch Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV .... Save £120 - £349 @ Currys
Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
roduct information Top features: - 4K resolution and HDR technology brings movies to life - Sounds as good as it looks thanks to XSound Pro - Works with Alexa for an easier w… Read more
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Its a Vestel, what do you expect? Pricey too for a 50 incher. The JVC C888 mentioned above is also a Vestel though it uses a different chassis to the Tosh with an edge lit panel so it may or may not be better in some respects.


This TV screen quality is poor compared to others in similar price range


I used to work for currys so can comment :) This TV has a 50hz picture quality which is lower then others so may get some "drag" on faster moving pictures. Herts is also known as a refresh rate, its how fast the image gets cleared from the screen and the next image being loaded up (being that video is a series of images, ypu may get blur between fast moving images.) To put is basically, the faster the image you use (eastenders vs action film) the higher you will want this. Bear in mind that each manufacture has their own way to test the herts rate so even though some may say 1000hz or higher, it may not be as straight forward as a direct comparison. I have an LG tv with 200hz and i watch action films and play my xbox and this seems fine to me. Also the larger the screen the further back you 'should' be from it, otherwise the image may look less focused at shorter distances Hope this helps! This being said i do like this price and have owned a Toshiba tv before! Hest for price


AVOID! I work in TV sales and this is easily the worst and dimmest 4K TV panel I've seen on display this year. It has terrible viewing angles, the dimmest and most reflective screen on display, the colours are washed out and even for a rubbish 50hz panel, this TV seems to get worse judder than TVs with the same refresh rate. Cheap for a reason, you'd do better spending the same money on a Hisense N5500 or dare I say even a JVC C888 at a similar price. But definitely worth investing the extra hundred or so on an entry LG or Samsung.


Hisense are generally regarded as offering a lot of product for the money. Plus with a 6yr warranty it’s a good buy. Only thing is I don’t think you can buy this one online from RS, but you could call them and see if they could deliver

Toshiba 1tb + 2tb £5.40 and £8.40 in Asda instore
LocalLocalFound 26th JulFound 26th Jul
Woman was also changing came prices and had a lot of £5 tags. Could not see titles, this was in Yeovil they had one more 1tb
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Crazy prices.


I don't get posting a deal and telling everyone you bought them all. It's a community here, I may have done someone a favour


Hehehehehe, maybe they were a bit shy?. ;-) Lol.


honestly would have just grabbed the lot mate, Congrats (y)


wont watse my time looking for these but nice find if you can get

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