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Are Laser Pointers Legal in Australia?

Yes, Laser Pointers are legal in Australia, but they have become more heavily regulated since mid-2008. The Australian Customs Service and most Australian State Governments toughened regulations on laser pointers…

Are Laser Pointers Legal in Australia?
Brief Blogs for Week Ending 2012-01-12

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Universal RF Modulator Lets You Connect a Digital STB to a TV Without Composite Video Inputs

Many of us have old Analogue TV's that are in tip-top shape and have a superb picture. They kept us entertained when we grew up and are now like a…

Universal RF Modulator Lets You Connect a Digital STB to a TV Without Composite Video Inputs
Confidence Stow-A-Bike Foldable Exercise Bike

This is an exercise bike with a folding frame, designed to be easy to set up and put away when you're not using it. If you are short of space…

Confidence Stow-A-Bike Foldable Exercise Bike
HDMI over Cat 5 Extender

HDMI over Cat 5 extenders lets you extend the distance between any HDMI-equipped DVD player, Media Centre PC or Games Console and your TV screen using cheap Cat5 or Cat6 network…

HDMI over Cat 5 Extender
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Microsoft Digital Media Keyboard 3000

Written by Vlad on August 26, 2010 – 11:27 pm - 1,833 views

Microsoft Digital Media Keyboard 3000

The Microsoft Digital Media Keyboard 3000 is sturdy, feels pleasant to type on and has a spill resistant design. It has extra hot keys for document editing and controlling media playback. It connects to your PC via USB. I paid $40 for it at Harvey Norman.

Why I Bought the Microsoft Digital Media Keyboard 3000

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