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Overclockers kicks off Black Friday on Thursday

From an artificial holiday with zero impact in the UK five years ago, Black Friday has becomes a huge focus for technology retailers across the globe. Here in the UK, we have a history of starting sales early. The January sales 2016 will happen at the end of 2015, and the …

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Sony drops PS4 price by £50 in UK

Sony has a tough holiday season ahead of it thanks to Microsoft’s strong line up of exclusive releases, including Halo 5: Guardians and Rise of the Tomb Raider- along with a brand/advertising deal on Fallout 4. However, Sony isn’t giving up its lead that easily and has announced a price …

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MESH and others launch Bank Holiday deals

There has been a long tradition of Bank Holiday sales in the UK – a way for the retail industry to plug the promotional gap between Christmas and July. The success of any given company’s offer will normally depend on the weather. Hot and sunny means a bumper spend in …

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Razer reveals ‘Razer Cortex’ software

Razer is re-branding its Game Booster software and giving it price comparison capabilities. Razer Cortex will compare prices from reputable digital game outlets, such as Steam, Green Man Gaming, GOG and Gamers Gate to show you the cheapest price available. In addition, the software’s ‘game booster’ section will allow you …

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X79 overclocking just became affordable

The most powerful chip that most of us will consider buying is the Intel Core i7 3770k. It’s fast, powerful and lives at the top end of affordable. Similarly, the Z77 is a great chipset. But, between them, there is one area where that kind of combination needs to bow …

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Crashplan data backup is free right now

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Update: The discount has now dropped to 98 per cent, so it’s still only a couple of dollars. Well worth it. Crashplan data backup has announced a deal on its Twitter for 100 per cent free account creation for two hours only. You’ll need to be fast to get in …

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Aria cooks up new combos to stimulate market

Jack and Coke, Cheese and Onion, Thelma and Louise. Some things are just better in combination with each other. The cooks down at Aria have been analysing what it is that customers actually buy (as opposed to what combinations you think they will be interested in) and created a new …

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AMD slashes high end graphics prices

With some rocky sales results predicted for Q2 2012 and no Chief Sales Office in place, AMD has been looking to add stimulus for the (traditionally) quietest quarter of the year. KitGuru has its channel price movement ear to the ground and this is what we’ve heard from the herd. …

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Play.com looks to empty its warehouses – bargain city?

All businesses have sales. The periodic colonic that flushes out old stock and brings in a nice wad of cash to fund future purchases. Inboxes around the world are filled with announcements for these every day but, honestly, most of them aren’t for a business as big and successful as Japanese retail …

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Aria fills your PC tank with SSD Petrol for £59

No matter how cynical we get, each generation does bring a true improvement in speed and performance. Sometimes through the introduction of a brand new technology which changes the game – and other times through a significant price move, which suddenly brings innovation to the masses. KitGuru lands on one …

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