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Connect your PC to your TV with the VGA to Video Signal Converter Box

The VGA to TV converter lets you connect the VGA output of your PC/Laptop to any CRT TV, LCD TV, Plasma TV or VCR via the composite video input or…

Connect your PC to your TV with the VGA to Video Signal Converter Box
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I am still around and the online gadgets continue to accumulate, with over 60 reviews pending. I have been distracted by outside business and other affairs. These aren't going to…

Skypix Portable Scanner for People On The Go

The Skypix Portable Scanner performs colour and greyscale scanning with a maximum resolution of 600dpi. It is shaped like a wand, which you slide across the document you want to…

Skypix Portable Scanner for People On The Go
Gadget Diary – Digital TV for my Grandparents

I visit my grandparents regularly on Sundays. They are almost 90 years old and live in North Bondi.

A while ago, I bought them the Economy Digital Set Top box, which…

Uniden Laser Pico Projector ULP-1000

Imagine a portable projector, as small as an iPhone, that can project a sharp widescreen image onto any surface and does not need to be focused. On top of that,…

Uniden Laser Pico Projector ULP-1000 (Microvision SHOWWX)
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USB Wireless N Adapter Transfers At Up To 300Mbps

Written by Vlad on September 2, 2010 – 7:59 pm - 2,536 views

RALink RT3072-based USB Wireless N 300Mbps 2T2R Adapter

This is a generic-branded USB Wireless N adapter based on the Ralink RT3072 chipset. It can transfer at up to 300Mbps, unlike commonly found less-capable models that only support 150Mbps. It is also compatible with older 802.11g and 802.11b networks. It is supported under Windows XP, 2000, Vista, Windows 7, Macintosh and Linux.

I bought it for $25.90 from GoodBargain.com.au.

Why I Bought the USB 300Mbps Wireless N Adapter

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