Its listed in Euros not GBP. Google converts that price to "€ 239.00 = 210.031651 British pounds" So its even more of a steal :)
I think you are being a bit too paranoid. (a little paranoia is good when internet shopping!) Komplett have been around for ages. Buy on a credit card. If it doesn't turn up, they will refund you. MSI will deal with the extended warrenty anyway.
Certainly seems an excellent price, but I am also concerned that it looks too good. Things change so rapidly in the e-commerce world that just because they were good a few years ago doesn't necessarily mean they can be trusted now. Not worth the gamble, IMO. What happens if it goes wrong, or doesn't even work when (if?) it's delivered. Sorry, op.
i think you may across a few minor issues..
Posted 7th Jun 2008Posted 7th Jun 2008
Saitek Pro Yoke, Throttle and Rudder Pedals bundle for Flight Sim £145 + p&p£145
First post.......This is the complete bundle of yoke, throttle quadrant and pedals. Amazon are doing it for £219, Transair £229. Kompett are doing it for £145 + p&p I can't fin… Read more
is this deal still available and how do I get it. if I click on the get deal now all I get is a white page with what looks like dutch writing and stupid pop ups. Kompletts page states this offer has now expired.
Off thread but has anyone got the Saitek X52 Pro? Found it around £80 del and was wondering if its any good? Ta
Great price! I am also a pilot and I think that though you will never get the realism of flight anything that improves the reality is a bonus. Having the yoke with timer for navigation legs and the dedicated quadrant for throttle, prop and mixture is excellent. Where these flight sim yokes let themselves down is through sticky shafts so the yoke doesn't move back and forwards easily but I think the Saitek Yoke is better constructed and a bit of lubricant helps but ideally use a dry lube like silicon spray as WD40 would attract dust and cause more damage than good over time. I have the pedals but will buy this and sell the pedals so should end up paying about £80 for the yoke and quadrant which is great.
Very nice and nice price, but I could get myself a XBox 360 arcade for that sort of money, great deal all the same.. Hot..
I've ordered myself one of these to go along side a Wingman Force feedback joystick. It just adds to the fun of flying your desk........ :-D Beside my wife won't let me have a retired Canberra T-17a cockpit at the side of the house to play in. :thumbsup:
With all these older generation 8800 cards being posted it is clear that there is a lot of confusion. The thing that nobody has mentioned is that the newer cards use a lot less power. One of the other common threads is with cheaper Dell systems & people asking about upgrading the graphics cards & whether the power supply will cope. If you are in this position I would buy either a 9600 or an 8800gt. Actually I would in fact buy an Ati Hd 3870 because that works better for me even though I am perfectly aware that the test bench marks "prove" the nVidia cards are better.
Sorry, but your wrong there...:oops: the 8800GT 512Mb performs better than the 8800gts 320Mb, mainly because it was a newer generation of card and it more steam processors on it. the 8800GTS 512Mb will perform better than the 8800GT 512Mb though :)
yes i know the 8600gt is old, my point is the 8800gts is better then a 9600gt....look at any website that test graphics cards!
wrong mate the 9600gt is much better, it has similar performance to the new 8800gt. You need to get with the times mate. The 8600gt is old yes, the 9600 gt isnt.
ok, thats also a great price. but the 8800 ultra is 40% slower then a 9800gtx so i fail to see how a 8800 gtx is similar?
Posted 29th Jan 2008Posted 29th Jan 2008
LG Blu-Ray DVD-burner, GBW-H10N, 12x, Blu-Ray 4x, Retail - £195.75 Delivered @ Komplett£195.75
LG Electronics is one of the world's largest electronics manufacturers, producing a large range of consumer electronics and IT products. LG has created reputation for progressive t… Read more
Newer model LG GGW-H20L for sale 6x Blu-Ray burner and cheaper from More Computers @ £170.49 plus postage (Retail Version) - also check elsewhere as I bought mine :-D from More Computer for £156.00 + postage.
4x BUT its much faster mbps than the 4x you get when burning DVDs. So if you were burning 2 hours of HD content it would take 30 minutes (approx as it doesnt burn 4x all the time). Slow but not as slow as you would imagine. - Please note that if you already knew this i dont mean to act the know it all. Just info for people who didnt :-)
only x4, crikey that be a long wait fora blu ray, think i wait till they get faster
Alternatively an OEM drive, but this has the ability to also playback HD-DVDs. http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=747284
Asusboy - please could you tell me how to get the price you said at ebuyer. When I looked at the component prices it came to much more. There seems to be some conflict on whether this is worth buying or not. I thought it looked good but I don't know anything about wireless cable routers except that I want one. which should I get this or the netgear offer at play.com ]http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3424330/Netgear-WGR614-54Mbps-Wireless-Adsl-Cable-Router-+-WG111-54Mbps-USB-Adaptor/Product.html
small tip, check price with ebuyer before sumetting deals, as ebuyer pretty competitive with prices when it comes to pc components. It only come upto £33.93 delivered on ebuyer.
poor product with a high failure rate, dont bother. Get yourself a netgear dg834g and forget about the small saving.
linksys is a great make for routers. I have the WRT54GS which is superb. More info on posted router WRT54GC http://www.linksys.co.uk/download/wrt54gc_ds.pdf This is a good deal considering you get a usb adaptor with it. EDIT: I just checked the price with ebuyer, its £29.47, you can also read the reviews if you like http://www.ebuyer.com/product/90827 Here is a linksys adaptor, not sure if its the same one as in the posted deal http://www.ebuyer.com/product/127031 its quite pricy
have a look here http://www.pricerunner.co.uk/pl/2-901302/TVs/Samsung-LE-32R87BDX-Compare-Prices
play.com one is out of stock, although I would sooner have the play one
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Remember its not the newest model and (from what I can tell) only has an analogue reciever. You can get the newer one with built in freeview for around £470 though. See here: http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3342800/Samsung-32-LE32R86WDX-XEU-HD-Ready-Freeview-LCD-TV/Product.html
Posted 12th Dec 2007Posted 12th Dec 2007
Nintendo ds lite in stock£132.75
Nintendo DS bundle: Nintendo DS Lite White with NYKO Charger Grip... just ordered and there is 23 still in stock
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Just a Note: Looks like there's gonna be 139 pcs expected on stock 2007-12-17. (European sourced & supplied with euro 2-pin to UK 3-pin bs1363 adapter.
shopto.net had them in stock today at 3pm in black
Availability: Not in stock. 14 pcs expected on stock 2007-12-13
Posted 6th Nov 2007Posted 6th Nov 2007
Western Digital My Book2 Studio Edition 1TB, USB 2.0, eSata, Firewire£195.76
This got a cool reception when posted at Amazon for £204.85 This is not the standard My Book Buffer Size 16 MB Interfaces 1 x Hi-Speed USB - mini-USB Type B 2 x IEEE 1394b (Fir… Read more