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Üzgünüz, Flood yazma yetkiniz yok, Flood girmek için giriş yapmalısınız.

Lütfen bu Floodun neden bildirilmesi gerektiğini düşündüğünüzü kısaca açıklayın.

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Please briefly explain why you feel this user should be reported.

I made a website that lets you search Amazon by price per TB and GB, among many others!

I made a website that lets you search Amazon by price per TB and GB, among many others!

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  1. I think the UI could be much more compact/efficient on a desktop browser. I searched for NAS sata drives. On a 1920×1200 screen, browser maximized, I basically see just 3 products w/ the photos of the next 3 partially visible at the bottom. The “native” Amazon related-products format shows 10 items across the width & could fit 3 rows in the same height.

    * The main product descriptive text is HUGE.
    * The product images are being stretched to fit & look funny / inconsistent. Try fitting by width-only.
    * a columnar layout allows easier comparison from one product to the next. As-is, your eyes have to scan through lots of space to find the price & cost/unit.
    * similarly, since the product description length can vary so much, the pricing info “moves”.. or is at different positions for different products.

    But the data & calculations look great and this could be super helpful! Also maybe try to find a way to incorporate the “common searches” into the front page.

  2. Could it list ratings as well? “The absolute cheapest” is sometimes a bad idea.

  3. I searched for Wd Red by TB, Western Digital Red by TB, 12TB by TB and I got mostly the same results.

    Most were not western digital and most were not Red.

  4. Check out my fancy new affiliate link generator. 😀

    Great idea, nice design, should do well.

  5. 10 hard results in 1 internal wd red

    10 drive results in external, internal drives as well as 10 units of usb drives.

  6. I went ahead and did a cursory search for rice in I came back with a 40 pound bag of dog food because rice was in the title.

    It’s an outstanding idea if you can aggregate more than just a couple websites.

    Side note: Hasn’t a lot of this legwork already been done by the PC parts picker website?

  7. Always wanted this, please make one for Amazon IN too!

  8. Nice idea, unfortunately absolutely useless for me because I do not live in america. Germany would be a nice addition.

  9. another request for regional search please – ie. .ca or .fr

  10. Nice idea! And a quick search showed some surprising results for both flash drives and microsd cards. Have a free tier and one that costs down the road? You may be on to something here.

  11. Any plans for future integrations from other websites? Would be nice to not only see Amazon prices, but also the likes of Walmart, Jet, etc..

  12. Nice site, always wanted more sites to add this feature.

    – Search “LTO” by TB. It seems pack sizes aren’t really detected, which would definitely be a bit complex (though Amazon seems good about consistent formatting).

    5-Pack HPE LTO 6 Ultrium C7976A (2.5TB/6.25 TB) Data Cartridge


    $51.0 per TB

    This should actually be 12.5TB total, so $10.20/TB. I suspect you’d find this a lot in food items, Amazon tends to have a lot of multi-pack quantities.

    – Hopefully non-Amazon sites may get added in the future, NewEgg, BH Photo, etc.

    Great start!

    Edit: Just to note, the dual sizes listed for tapes (“2.5TB/6.25 TB”) is referring to raw vs compressed values, and really I’d think picking the first value (as you currently do) is the more appropriate option, so I wouldn’t be concerned about the compressed value.

  13. PCPartPicker.com has done this for a long time and for more sites.

  14. bluray and blu ray searches per GB don’t return anything. Strange.

  15. If you can get it so people can cross search store pricing on the grocery front you will be a savior!

  16. Are you an individual or a team?

    And how easy was it to get your Amazon Associate?

  17. Any chance you will expand this to EU Amazon websites?

  18. I love this, it’s how I shop for most everything and Amazon fails compared to my local grocery store that lists the breakdown for each item. Amazon instead it’s very inconsistent on which unit to measure per product type.

  19. Something way more spartan, and dedicated for /r/datahoarder crowd: https://diskprices.com

    compares amazon prices from US, UK, DE, CA, ES, FR, IT, IN stores.

  20. Geizhals.de has also this Feature for EU Market (Amazon, but for other dealers too)

  21. The current setup doesn’t make much sense to me. Instead of picking from a list of “gallons, pounds, ounces, grams, cups, GB, TB” etc, the choice should be “weight/mass, volume, data” and it auto-converts everything to the same units for comparison.

  22. Great idea! Would like to see locale / country support as well.

  23. Good stuff, as others have said different countries would be good, I think currencies would be good too (for those of us in the UK!)

  24. I chose 10 and Terabytes using the bottom search bar and received:

    # Forbidden (403)

    CSRF verification failed. Request aborted.

    You are seeing this message because this HTTPS site requires a ‘Referer header’ to be sent by your Web browser, but none was sent. This header is required for security reasons, to ensure that your browser is not being hijacked by third parties.

    If you have configured your browser to disable ‘Referer’ headers, please re-enable them, at least for this site, or for HTTPS connections, or for ‘same-origin’ requests.

    If you are using the <meta name=”referrer” content=”no-referrer”> tag or including the ‘Referrer-Policy: no-referrer’ header, please remove them. The CSRF protection requires the ‘Referer’ header to do strict referer checking. If you’re concerned about privacy, use alternatives like <a rel=”noreferrer” …> for links to third-party sites.

    More information is available with DEBUG=True.


    I’ll never re-enable that and see no reason for this.

  25. The site is still in early stages, so let me know what you think! I’m always taking suggestions and making improvements.