Remember when Blu-rays first came out? Each film would set you back £199.99 and because the early technology was so shaky, the disc would disintegrate as soon as the movie would end, creating a cloud of dust that would instigate a severe choking fit.
Well that's how we remember it anyway – we might be slightly wrong. But hey, things are much better now, with Blu-ray discs safer, cheaper and with fewer deaths as a result of watching them. With that in mind, we're happy to share a couple of recommendations with you today. First up comes the Bourne collection, with all the Jason Bourne movies in one single sturdy box for only £8.99 (possibly £8.09 if you use a secret spy-like code). Then there's Senna, the hit documentary about the tragic former F1 hero. Yours for a mere £5.99.
- 64GB PNY flash drive – just £20.99 delivered.
- Borderlands GOTY Edition (PC) – only £3.29.
- Dreamcast Collection (Xbox 360) – only £3.99 delivered.
- Philips DAB radio (Union Jack) – only £19.99.
- Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Xbox 360) – yours for £6.85.
- AMD A-Series A8 3870K (quad-core processor, 3.00 GHz, 4MB cache, Socket FM1, 100W, Radeon HD6550D) – just £79.40 delivered.
- PlayStation Move: camera and controller – only £19.85.
- Batman: Arkham City (PS3) – yours for £14.99.
- Lenovo G580 i5 3210m Ivy Bridge laptop – only £424.98 with code.