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  # 957177 25-Dec-2013 08:43
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Computer upgrade.

Asus Z87-A motherboard
I7 4770 haswell 3.40
8 gig corsair ram
Samsung Evo 840 250gb ssd drive.


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  # 957179 25-Dec-2013 09:15
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I'm somewhat surprised to say it was my Lumia 920 - despite the windows phone doom and gloom I really like it.

 
 
 
 


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  # 957184 25-Dec-2013 09:18
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htpc upgrade to Amd A4-5300 found it really is underated and also adding Home server 2011 with stablebit drivepool. excellent

the htc one. just camera could be better but otherwise really great phone

the last I was amazed with the Samsung Ativ PC windows 8 tablet. really great unit




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  # 957190 25-Dec-2013 09:53
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Lots of new gadgets this year. But the best is my HTC One.

For me next year is probably going to be the year of the smart watch.




Areas of Geek interest: Home Theatre, HTPC, Android Tablets & Phones, iProducts.

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  # 957202 25-Dec-2013 10:36
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Probably the S4, very versatile, fast, and quite robust.

The paperwhite I got for Christmas last year, that's still fantastic. I haven't wanted to read a paper book since I got it, though I did try one and found it annoying.

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  # 957221 25-Dec-2013 11:25
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zhuyan: For me it has to be the new Macbook Pro with Retina Display - stunning screen, faster processor and thinner/lighter design/build

Look forward to the year of 2014 bringing more interesting and helpful gadgets to our lives! 


Hmm.

A toss up between my 27" i7 iMac or my Kindle Paperwhite.

Probably the Kindle.





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  # 957222 25-Dec-2013 11:26
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Dingbatt: Lots of new gadgets this year. But the best is my HTC One.

For me next year is probably going to be the year of the smart watch.


I'd still rather have a Patek Phillipe....





 
 
 
 


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  # 957228 25-Dec-2013 11:52
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Gotta be my Raspberry Pi. Cheap and cheerful!

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  # 957235 25-Dec-2013 12:10
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canon 600d - i know nout and even then it takes good photos :)

looking forward to learning how to drive it better in 2014

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  # 957297 25-Dec-2013 18:15
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LG optimus g phone, Nikon d600 but more my slide film. ....



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  # 957307 25-Dec-2013 20:32
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Geektastic:
zhuyan: For me it has to be the new Macbook Pro with Retina Display - stunning screen, faster processor and thinner/lighter design/build

Look forward to the year of 2014 bringing more interesting and helpful gadgets to our lives! 


Hmm.

A toss up between my 27" i7 iMac or my Kindle Paperwhite.

Probably the Kindle.


I had three different kindles including one Kindle Fire HD 8.9; have to admist I use them less by the day as I realize I've been using other devices including ipad to read my kindle books...

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  # 957308 25-Dec-2013 20:34
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never had one myself but are bright tablets like the iPads good enough for solid novel reading or are the cheaper kindled better?

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  # 957309 25-Dec-2013 20:34
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Pebble watch

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  # 957312 25-Dec-2013 20:43
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Macbook air 2013 and my brand new house :P

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  # 957339 25-Dec-2013 21:38
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rayonline: never had one myself but are bright tablets like the iPads good enough for solid novel reading or are the cheaper kindled better?


Kindle is better for reading, no competition at all. It's lighter, easier to see in bright light, can go very dim for nighttime reading, uses very little battery (just the light and page turns). I got one after I went to Samoa with my fiance, I ran out of books after a few days and tried to read on my tablet. The reflections in the tropics were awful, wifi was too slow to download more books, it was heavy, needed charging, etc. I bought a kindle as soon as I got back and have used it ever since. I got my Mum one for her birthday as well, she loves it.

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