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PC World Black Friday Deals of the Day

PC World Black Friday Deals of the Day

PC World Black Friday Deals of the Day

PC World Black Friday Deals of the Day

 

The Black Friday deals are starting to appear all across the internet, so we have decided to share with you guys some of our favorite deals that we have found so far, which includes cheap storage backups, 4K TVs and great deals on new Logitech Steering wheels.

The deals that we have showcased below are our own personal pics, there is a lot more that is on sale today, so it is definitely worth checking them out yourself. 

 

You can see all of PC World's current Black Friday Deals here.

 

  PC World Black Friday Deals of the Day

 

 

A lot of us at OC3D are big racing fans, so we simply had to share the fact that right now at PC world Steering wheels and and other racing peripherals are being sold for greatly reduced prices, with the Logitech G29 and G920 racing wheels coming in at £179.99  and the Thrustmaster T150 RS coming in at £109.

You can see all of PC Worlds Racing wheel offers here.  

 

 

  PC World Black Friday Deals of the Day

 

4K TVs are the new hotness right now, but until now the offerings have not been great, offering a maximum refresh rate of 30Hz and even coming with inputs that are not really 4K ready. 

This Samsung model is what can be classed a a decent 4K TV, depending on how much you like Samsung's UHD upscaling technology, but it does support HDMI 2.0 and a 60Hz refresh rate, which is something that places this TV above many other cheaper 4K offerings. The screen size is 60 inches and it has full smart TV functionality. 

This SAMSUNG UE60JU6000 4K LED TV comes in at £899.99, which is a reduction of £600, so it is certainly a great deal. 

 

  PC World Black Friday Deals of the Day

 

External data backups are always important, keeping our data safer than just having it onboard your PC and keeping your data in a handy portable medium. 

Right now Seagate's Backup plus portable drives are available for reduced prices, with the 1TB model coming in at £43 and the 2TB model coming in at £63. 

All of Seagate's portable backup hard drives are available here

 

  PC World Black Friday Deals of the Day  

Finally we have  the Western Digital My cloud 4TB personal cloud storage device, which comes in at £139.99, which is a great price for 4TB of storage. 


You can see all of Amazon's current Black Friday Deals here

 

You can join the discussion on Today's Black Friday Deals on the OC3D Forums.

 

  

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Most Recent Comments

25-11-2015, 07:19:30

King of Old Old School
I wish more companies would do Black Friday Sales here but they don't Quote

25-11-2015, 14:53:33

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
I wish more companies would do Black Friday Sales here but they don't
They don't really make much money from it. Last year even though they sold more inventory than ever before they still lost money because they discounted waaaay to much. That was the US as a whole not sure about other places. This year based off the early deals it's not nearly as good as last years deals. They caught on this time.Quote

25-11-2015, 21:22:16

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
They don't really make much money from it. Last year even though they sold more inventory than ever before they still lost money because they discounted waaaay to much. That was the US as a whole not sure about other places. This year based off the early deals it's not nearly as good as last years deals. They caught on this time.
Computer shops never have sales at all the prices are they same all year aroundQuote

25-11-2015, 22:02:03

jimma47
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Computer shops never have sales at all the prices are they same all year around
Amazon have some nice deals but regardless of whether you put in "Ships to Australia" or not it seems to return the ones that aren't allowed to export.
Factor in shipping and you can still save a few dollars. My H100 delivered was $30 less than local - the downside was 2-3 weeks shipping.

Agreed on the sale items though. Even if they are advertised at 20% off half the time the 'original' price was never charged anyways. I remember Hardly Normal I think got in trouble about that once. Advertising 50% off but jacking the price up 100% the day before the sale... Or having sticker prices on an LG UM95 for $1999.00 so they could offer it to you for $1400.00 which was the recommended retail price...Quote

26-11-2015, 06:44:01

TalllPaul
I don't really see big discounts here, there is one graphics card they upped the price on before Black Friday to make it look like it had more of a discount lolQuote
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