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Gadget Diary – Shopping at Woolworths

It was really hot here in Sydney on Saturday night, so I went to Woolies, just before midnight, to get myself some cold bottles of soda water and Pepsi Max.…

Efergy RF Remote Controlled Power Switch (Stand-By Eliminator)

Remote Controlled Power Switches let you turn any mains appliance on and off with a remote control.

They consist of a remote control and a set of receivers. You plug each…

Efergy RF Remote Controlled Power Switch (Stand-By Eliminator)
Micro USB Cables for the HTC Desire and other HTC Android-Based Smart Phones

Earlier this year, I replaced my 2007-vintage Nokia E70 with an HTC Desire, which runs Google Android (originally 2.1, now upgraded to Froyo 2.2). It is by no means a…

Micro USB Cables for the HTC Desire and other HTC Android-Based Smart Phones
Gadget Diary – Healing Sunburns with my UFO Grow Light After a Hot Summer Day at Taronga Zoo

Last Saturday, I attended my former workplace's Christmas party. We spent the day at Taronga Zoo, and then were taken by water taxi to Darling Harbour, where we had dinner…

Gadget Diary – Healing Sunburns with my UFO Grow Light After a Hot Summer Day at Taronga Zoo
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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Mini USB 2.0 SDHC SD/MMC Card Reader Review

Written by Vlad on August 10, 2010 – 4:07 pm - 1,141 views

This small USB card reader lets you use any SDHC card or MMC card as a USB drive on your PC. I got this from DealExtreme, and the best thing about this device is that it is small and for $1.87, it included shipping to Australia.

Why I bought the SDHC Card Reader

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Sandisk Extreme III SDHC card Transfers at 30MB/s

Written by Vlad on August 10, 2010 – 3:04 pm - 1,255 views

The Sandisk Extreme 30MB/s SDHC cards are currently the fastest Class 10 SD cards on the market, with a maximum read and write speed of 30MB/s. This makes them ideal for speeding up your computer with Windows 7 ReadyBoost and for speeding up your digital camera when taking continuous shots or transferring pics to and from your computer.

Why I bought the Sandisk Extreme 30MB/s SDHC card

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