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Topic # 21438 27-Apr-2008 08:51
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Hi all,

Just a thought, would it be difficult to have video reviews of gadgets such as mobile phones, it is a 'semi tangible' seeing it live in action, and knowing the functions in 'real time'.

Just my 2c!

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  Reply # 126536 27-Apr-2008 08:54
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Good ole www.youtube.com has lots - probably easiest for everyone to just use that and post the links here where relevant



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  Reply # 126537 27-Apr-2008 08:55
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Well yeah Scott that's the idea, but haven't seen any real reviews for NZ customers.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 126658 27-Apr-2008 23:09
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It would be nice to get vdeo reviews of NZ products. Especially as phone Firmware changes etc...

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