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  Reply # 1533971 16-Apr-2016 15:06
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Read it again @frankv :-)

Talking 2GB mobile data. USB modem. Etc..




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  Reply # 1533972 16-Apr-2016 15:07
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Gotcha! yell


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1533977 16-Apr-2016 15:13
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Oh, and there's sod all left in the Takanini shop. Cables, of course, and phone/tablet/kindle covers. A few large shelving units with "sold" on them.




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Reply # 1533985 16-Apr-2016 15:23
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I went in the local in Palmy last Sunday. Still nothing that I'd wanna buy.

 

Actually, I've never purchased anything from DS since they transformed into consumer electronics.


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  Reply # 1533997 16-Apr-2016 15:33

Hornby has a 1 metre by 1 metre glass security cabinet with a badly broken glass door at the specially reduced price of $200.00.... amazing!!

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  Reply # 1534006 16-Apr-2016 15:35
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Just bought a mini display port to hdmi adapter for $4. Happy with that. There are vga and hdmi available too.

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  Reply # 1534201 17-Apr-2016 07:55
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Anyone recall seeing any generic laptop power adapters at any branches? I wasnt looking for them at the time, but as I was about to go ordering some 24v adapters off aliexpress, I thought that most of the switchable laptop bricks go up to 24 so might be worth looking into instead.





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  Reply # 1534204 17-Apr-2016 08:42
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richms:

Anyone recall seeing any generic laptop power adapters at any branches? I wasnt looking for them at the time, but as I was about to go ordering some 24v adapters off aliexpress, I thought that most of the switchable laptop bricks go up to 24 so might be worth looking into instead.



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  Reply # 1534288 17-Apr-2016 10:17
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Spent $150 in dicksmith yesterday.  Bought a bunch of cables (all $2-$4, down from $40ish, gotta love 90% off), a universal laptop charger for $20, audio zone switcher for $7, heaps of cat6 network cables for $2 each (theyre usually more than that from china/pbtech).

 

 

 

Guy who sold me the stuff seemed very depressed, and when I asked how much a card reader was (couldnt find the price on the shelf) he just sighed and say "cheap" (it was $5).  kinda felt bad for the guy, and they were very busy (people kept asking about warranties, they had signs posted everywhere explaining warranties too.....)


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  Reply # 1534305 17-Apr-2016 10:42
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How many amps at 24v does the universal laptop charger do?





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  Reply # 1534320 17-Apr-2016 11:20
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richms:

 

How many amps at 24v does the universal laptop charger do?

 

 

doesn't do 24v, does

 

10-16v @ 4.5A
18v @ 4.3A
18.5 - 19V @ 4.1A
19.5V @ 4.1A
20V @ 4.0A
USB 5V @ 2.1A

 

For $20 I figured it might come in handy one day, didnt need it now.


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  Reply # 1534326 17-Apr-2016 11:56
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Probably be OK since the amps inwant it for say 12-24. None at takapuna so will try Albany next and failing there k Rd and St Luke's.




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  Reply # 1534386 17-Apr-2016 13:51
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I've been to several ds and no luck. If someone sees any can they please pick up 3 or 4 and I'll sort you out money plus courier etc.

Henderson is a write-off except for tablet cases HDMI and junk earbuds basically. Few travel adapters. Many people and it smells like someones taken a leak in there.




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  Reply # 1534389 17-Apr-2016 14:08
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richms: I've been to several ds and no luck. If someone sees any can they please pick up 3 or 4 and I'll sort you out money plus courier etc.

Henderson is a write-off except for tablet cases HDMI and junk earbuds basically. Few travel adapters. Many people and it smells like someones taken a leak in there.

 

 

 

there where heaps at Sylvia yesterday, I'm not out that way today so I can't help you out.   


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  Reply # 1534390 17-Apr-2016 14:14
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Just heading into the westgate one which ibddnt even know existed till I looked on Google.




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