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Asus P5G41C-M LX Socket 775 uATX Motherboard with DDR2 and DDR3

In a previous post I explained how on my main desktop system - a socket-775 Core 2 Duo E4500 system - I can only access 3.25GB out of 4GB of…

Asus P5G41C-M LX Socket 775 uATX Motherboard with DDR2 and DDR3
USB Solar Battery Charger Keeps Your Mobile Phone Running When You Are On The Move

Do you hate it when the battery runs out when you're on your mobile phone and you don't have a PC or charger on hand? If you have a power…

USB Solar Battery Charger Keeps Your Mobile Phone Running When You Are On The Move
Happy Australia Day

Vlad's Gadgets wishes all fellow Aussies a Happy Australia Day!

We hope you've spent the day drinking beer with friends and family around a barbeque, or any number of other fun…

Happy Australia Day
Neckline Slimmer Neck Exerciser

The neck exerciser is a small piece of exercise equipment to help you exercise your neck and jaw muscles. It consists of a spring-loaded plastic piston - top end has…

Neckline Slimmer Neck Exerciser
Breathe Easier With The POWERbreathe Lung Exerciser

The POWERbreathe Lung Exerciser is like a "dumbell for your lungs". It is a resistance training tool that strengthens your inspiratory muscles - the muscles that you use for breathing…

Breathe Easier With The POWERbreathe Lung Exerciser
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Gadget Diary – Converting Philips SHB7100 Bluetooth Earphones to Recharge from a USB Port

Written by Vlad on January 19, 2011 – 12:00 am - 1,999 views

Philips SHB7100 Bluetooth Earphone connected to custom made USB charging cable. The original discarded noisy power supply is on the right.

I own a pair of Philips SHB7100 Bluetooth earphones. They consist of a set of earphones connected to a pendant that hangs around your neck. The pendant contains the audio circuity, the Bluetooth radio and the internal battery. You control the earphones using the push buttons on the front of the pendant.

The SHB7100 came with a travel charger that made an annoying whining noise when it was recharging, and it was annoying me at night time. Furthermore, I did not want to carry around an additional recharger when travelling. I knew that I would find a way to solve this problem.

How I solved this problem

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