Mophie is a good brand and not cheap either. Nothing against this deal, but I posted a Mophie deal, for considerably less and almost the same capacity. You also get another free power bank with it. The difference is you can't charge 2 devices at once, or if you can, one is usb c and one micro usb. However, it is more compact and under £20. hotukdeals.com/deals/mophie-20100mah-power-bank-integrated-usb-c-micro-usb-free-mophie-power-bank-2600mah-sold-by-scan-3490752
I totally would have got this as a till for iZettle for my shop would have been perfect as only for a till end of the day.... but just got a second hand one from a friend yesterday and paid a lot more but worth it to someone
Another e-waste deal
Just put your cash down the toilet.
I’ve been using mine as a sat nav, tethered to my iPhone. Bigger screen works well.
But it's really not a V good price though is it, Music Magpie were selling these for £40 the other week and ITZoo have sold were selling the Air 1st Gen 16GB for only £15 more than this iPad 2 not so long ago. This definitely isn't a great price.
They arrived today. I am VERY happy with them and my kids will love them. They have a 250GB hard drive and one had a stylus so better then advertised as well. For under £50 (if you order two) - they are a steal :)
OP ignore all these so called experts and hear sayers. To many techo-snobs these days. I have in front of me an Acer Aspire One netbook, with a single core, single thread 1.7ghz CPU manufacture date 2010\05\22. I upgraded the ram to 4gb for £5 and a cheapo SSD installed another £15, both sourced from fleabay. Now upgraded to Windows 10. It boots to Windows 10 in under 12 seconds (from cold, not sleep), and runs all the simple apps, browsing, media, emails fine. It struggles with more than a few multiple tasks, but with the SSD, just close them and re-open them, its nearly instant. It will never set the world on fire, but it is a perfectly usable machine. Regards Flea
Have some heat :-) thanks for sharing
You are looking at the price in dollars - we use pounds here! ;)
1024 x 600? http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/laptops/48347/pc-nextday-zoostorm-fizzbook-spin-revi
Posted 1st Dec 2015Posted 1st Dec 2015
Seiki 39" 4K Ultra HD 2160p LED Freeview TV £249.95 from igtdirect.co.uk£249.95
Christmas price reduction for one day only. Use promo code 4KSAL to get £50 off £299.95. Specs in pic.
I bought one for £190 on black Friday to use as a 4K monitor @30Hz on my desktop PC but I have been very disappointed. I'm not a gamer so expected it to be quite usable at 30 FPS, but there's a very noticeable display lag which I perceive to be a multi-frame lag. I can only presume this is caused by inter-frame 'optimisation' that results in multiple frames being buffered before display. I'd estimate that mouse movements are lagging by about 1/6th of a second which results in constant overshooting and difficulty hitting the mouse target. I subsequently plugged it in to my HD YouView STB and it looks great, the the 4K-ness of it is obviously irrelevant in this mode. Sadly I can't recommend this TV, unless you just want to watch Netflix/YouTube 4K videos, regardless of the price.
This TV is awful. Avoid at all costs.
This retailer scores 2.8 - bad at trustpilot + website looks rather dodgy Cheaper at ebuyer anyway...
It looks like the same as this one (same model number) http://www.ebuyer.com/714702-seiki-se39ua01uk-39-led-4k-tv-se39ua01uk
Posted 28th Nov 2015Posted 28th Nov 2015
binatone's the brick : state of the art mobile phone - £19.95 @ IJT Direct£19.95
that's retro state-of-the-art. arouse admiring glances when passers-by see you functioning at this high tech level.
If your considering one of these do check out the Special Edition THE BRICK GIFTBOX POWER EDITION which comes with stand and a whopping XXL big battery which has a standby time of 3 months, normally sold around the same price point by a reputable seller on the bay
cheaper on ebay
All networks, dunno about 3 , use it as a home phone, mega battery like.
nice find OP, does this work on all networks?
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Posted 17th Nov 2015Posted 17th Nov 2015
Refurb 64GB Blackberry Playbook for £24.94 delivered @ IJT Direct£24.94
Use code BLACK99 to get it at this price I appreciate it's old tech, but might make a good wee media player for someone?
I actually dropped one of these into a scottish loch and it came back to life. I take a few on road trips, great camera, decent GPS & off.online mapping & lots of room for movies & audio books. Let the haters hate.
get on www.crackberry.com for tips and guides for anything you might want to do with this great tablet.
Arrived and in perfect condition. One very light surface mark on screen but very happy with quality for the money perfect media's player for the car for the boy.
I bought one for about the same amount it was the biggest piece of crap and explains why BB is in the toilet now. It's only good for watching videos on. Even if they were free I'd say no it's cold from me.
Yes -ish - best to use Kalemsoft app (£3.50) which down-converts AC3 audio. I copy files onto the playbook via wifi from my NAS but if you load ES File manager (a bit of a faf to load as it is an android app) it reads from remote NAS if given the IP.
Posted 5th Nov 2015Posted 5th Nov 2015
Bargain Desktop PC - Intel Core i3 3.3GHz 4GB RAM 320GB HDD DVD Windows 7 + Free Upgrade to Windows 10 £78.94 @ IJT Direct£78.94
I think this is a very good deal and a bargain price for a Core i3 PC. The processor is a Core i3-2120 which is a few years old but performs well. Note that these are refurb (ex-ed… Read more
mATX is 244x244mm so that does sound like it's a regular mATX board. Even the really budget 1155 ones are rather hard to find now. Seems there's quite a lot of ebay options in the same region. Most people are still on sandy/ivy bridge i3/5/7 processors as there's not really been much reason to upgrade the last couple of generations. Grab something like this then wait until folks slowly move up to Skylake/Kaby Lake and sell old kit. A sandybridge i5 will still keep within 1/2% of a haswell based chip once they're both overclocked (obviously not something a "regular" user does). i7 sandy/ivy bridge chips can be had for the region of £120.
OK - I know this is gone now - but I am posting anyway - just in case more stock comes in. I ordered one yesterday/came today - which was very good service + communication of delivery was excellent. It was a spur of the moment purchase - as I have a few pc's running this chip - and I like the performance they give. Plus, thought it would make a good media player pc. Bads - dent in case, the part of the case that comes off when you open it up. May try to straighten it out. For me, this is no biggie. So far that is the only downside. Goods - build is very good, very robust. Access is very well designed Techie bits M/board (small board, not sure what the correct name for size is - 24x24cm) says - Intel desk top board, class b, canada, ices 00 4 x sata (2 used - 1 for hard drive (said around 300GB avail in explorer iirc), 1 for dvd (super writemaster, speedplus) 4 slots (1xpcix16, 1xpci, 1 small black slot and 1 even smaller black slot) ALL CARDS WOULD NEED TO BE HALF HEIGHT SPECIAL CARDS came with 2 sticks of 2gb ram (1600 I think) - leaving 2 free slots windows 7 home prem pre-installed (booted and not "rubbish" software pre-installed as far as I could tell) sticker on side with product key chip: is what they said - checked in Control Panel noise? cpu fan totally quiet, psu fan bit of noise (not much), I am hoping when I put it all back together it will be quiet. Think that is it. I am currently adding SSD (easily has space for it without moving/losing anything) + 4more GB of RAM. Oh, and LAN driver's are here, you'll need these if doing a fresh install... https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/23794/LAN-Intel-Gigabit-Ethernet-Controller-driver-for-Windows-8-
Thanks, os isnt an issue. I'd imagine anyone wanting to keep the current case cooling may be an issue since people will be using to run 1080p movies, mid low level games etc? Basically a lot more intensive than what kids would use at school. Although in/out air is controlled better than a normal case. Personally swap to a mid size case, apply new paste to cpu and purchase aa cheap £15 third party CPU cooler
Slightly, very slightly - slower CPU. Still not terrible what you've found, given most of us inclined to these types of deal never pay for an OS anyway.
Havent checked if it's the same PC but they have Vista not Windows 7 so no free upgrade to Windows 10
Refurbished / Grade A1 / 3 Month Warranty. It does come with HDMI output and Bluetooth too.
I bought 3 cobalt 80 from the tesco deal - one smashed , others going OK. Got to like the 4/3 screen for browsing text pages.
Sadly Archos is now a name stuck on Chinese tat, I too have an unusable Cobalt 80.
I would never buy another Archos product my previous tablet the Cobalt went back 3 times due to various faults and the build quality is dreadful, some internal components where held together with tape. Not for me.