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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 727024 4-Dec-2012 18:48
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I could surely do with a new router as my elderly D-Link is not really fast enough to stream 3D movies to my Wi-Fi TV.
I have added a signal booster (Coke can)(see photo) which does improve the signal.  It's true; it does improve the signal strength. Smile
The Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Router would fit the bill perfectly.

Also, the wireless keyboard is something I have wanted to control Windows desktop on my big TV. Perfect.

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Reply # 727032 4-Dec-2012 19:13
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I'm still rocking this old thing from Microsoft and could really do with something wireless for my home theatre. Any improvement on my old WAG325N would be great.

May the farce be with you!



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  Reply # 727038 4-Dec-2012 19:25
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I'm aiming for the Router to replace an old Dynalink RTA1320. Why? Well - I don't have wireless at all and it's alleged that when I use my iPhone tethered it interferes with the wireless AV sender and I regularly get told to cease and desist. I've been desisting for so long and can't take it anymore!

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  Reply # 727042 4-Dec-2012 19:34
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djrm: I really need the Rapoo E8090 wireless keyboard.

I work for a large district health board educating patients about their chronic kidney disease. I go out to their houses to speak to them and their Whanau. At present I am using my own Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to show them photographs of dialysis etc and powerpoints to aid their retention of the information. The big problem that I have is my fingers are quite chubby so having an actual wireless keyboard would aid me in writing new educational material whilst at work.

I photo is one I took in the work toilet!

Have you tried asking us for a nice new tablet?  We've got stacks of the things you know Tongue Out.

Anyway, I'd love a new router to replace the one I'm going to have to give back to Orcon when I switch ISP.  Or a new keyboard so I don't have to reach across the desk to reach my laptop keyboard.

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  Reply # 727043 4-Dec-2012 19:44
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That thing is amazing and would look awesome replacing my ancient Dell keyboard... the wireless one would match my wireless logitech mouse nicely :) thanks

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  Reply # 727054 4-Dec-2012 20:02
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I have only wired keyboards and desperately need a wireless one!

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  Reply # 727055 4-Dec-2012 20:04
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I'd replace our Belkin Wireless Router, it's been playing up a bit recently and needs restarting in order for it to talk to our tablet or my cellphone and even the desktop.   It's fine with the laptop though which is good as it's on the most. 

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  Reply # 727073 4-Dec-2012 20:48
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I have a tiny geek in the house who can't get enough of the jelly bean dreamscape on my SGSII - a copy of My Little Geek would be just the thing for her.

Alisa and my SGSII

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  Reply # 727084 4-Dec-2012 21:19
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My keyboard should have been retired long ago. I have unplugged it to show off the adapter that converts the plug to a PS2. I could definitely do with a wireless one.

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  Reply # 727086 4-Dec-2012 21:26
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I'd like the my little geek book for my 10 month old geek who is obsessed with tablets, phones, keyboards, remote controls and keys...

We like books and news papers too...

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  Reply # 727125 4-Dec-2012 23:02
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Been borrowing it for the past 3 months, have kinda claimed it but would be good to give it back some day :-D

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  Reply # 727128 4-Dec-2012 23:08
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please add me for the keyboard draw. here is the old beast.

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  Reply # 727130 4-Dec-2012 23:10
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I need a keyboard for my htpc.
I would be replacing the on screen keyboard, keeping that in mind, see the attached 0x0 image of my non existent keyboard. ;P

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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 727135 4-Dec-2012 23:29
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Id Love to win the Linksys EA6500 wireless router,hopethis is where I enter. I need it our one isso old & even though I'm on Broadband its slower than when we were on DialUp. And my computers keep getting a non responding note & I have to wait for it to go,so it takes forever to enter anything & the  Linksys Wireless router wuould speed up my computer with better quaity Cheers

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 727183 5-Dec-2012 07:45
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I'd love to replace my Dynalink RTA1025WV.  The wifi is useless, it works sometimes but most of the time the wireless is extremely slow and times out repeatedly..  here is a photo of it failing to load Geekzone over wifi...

My Keyboard is also pretty old and clunky...

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