Something weird is happening regarding the Nook e-reading device and we're not sure that we like it. Not sure one little bit...
The Nook ereader/Kindle-rival came over to the UK in a blaze of (mild) glory last year, but for some reason, there's a clearance of stock happening right now, with the Nook Simple Touch down in price from £79.00 to just £29.00 at Sainsburys and Currys/PC World. It comes equipped with a 6" screen, has 2GB of built-in memory and an SD card slot along with wi-fi. Thirty quid? Why, that's practically free. Off you go, reader monkeys...
- Lost (The Complete Seasons 1-6 Blu-ray) -- just £45.00.
- Assorted 3DS games - £4.99 delivered.
- The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy: Extended Edition Box Set (15 discs, Blu-ray) -- only £25.99.
- Die Hard (Quadrilogy, Blu-ray, bonus disc edition) -- just £10.00.
- Bully: Scholarship Edition & Manhunt double pack (PC) -- just £3.00.
- LiteOn Blu-ray internal drive -- yours for £21.85 delivered.
- Sony Xperia SP 4G LTE -- just £249.99.
- Lexar 32GB microSDHC card (class 10) -- only £14.99.
- Xbox 360 controller (wireless) -- only £29.95 delivered.
- Final Fantasy VII -- reduced from £9.99 to £4.99.
- Futurama (Season 5, limited edition with T-shirt & script, Blu-ray & DVD) -- only £12.50.
- Sons of Anarchy (Season 1-4, Blu-ray) -- just £34.75.