Deals Of The Day - Wednesday 18th April

hard drive All of us have got more and more data these days and if there’s one thing about data it’s that you need somewhere to keep it all. Luckily, there’s ‘cloud-based’ storage from Dropbox and (as of next week probably) Google, but the trusty hard drive isn’t dead just yet.

If you’re looking for a hard drive with mahoosive amount of space for your stuff, get a load of THIS – a 3TB Seagate Barracuda ST3000DM001 drive, for only £125.99. It says here that it’s built on a full-speed, 7200RPM, 6-head, 3-disk platform and is spruced up with a huge 64MB cache and a SATA 6Gb/s interface. So stick that in your computer pipe and hope that it doesn’t start smoking or failing and deleting all of your stuff. REMEMBER TO BACK UP, KIDS!


* PS Vita Wi-fI plus 8GB memory card – only £178.28 delivered.

* The complete 24 on DVD (plus other box sets in a sale) - only £32.50.

* PlayStation Move starter pack with choice of a free game – just £28.25.

* Train ticket from London to Birmingham – 25p single or 50p return.

*  7-night Med cruise - only £385.

*  Anchor butter (250g) - just £1.00.

* Rage (PC download including 2 DLCs) – just £5.09.

* Samsung 256gb SSD 830 drive (6GBps), £250.39 but with VAT claimback offer, just £208.76.

* Gillette Fusion ProGlide razor with two cartridges – only £3.00.

* A free card from Tesco Cards.

All those and more can be found over at HotUKDeals...


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  • Alistair B.
    Nice deal on the Seagate Barracuda. Just ordered another 15 Tb of home music, photo and video storage.
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