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  # 1202657 23-Dec-2014 14:21
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Many Many things

probably the purchase most led by geekzone was Limitless LED's

like my pun?

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  # 1204367 27-Dec-2014 09:41
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Anker 5 port charger
Heater mates
Adata battery charger
Unotelly
Raspberry pi b

And that's just in the last year!!!




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  # 1204407 27-Dec-2014 10:15
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Umm .. nothing.
My desktop PC was bought in the end of 2008 - my first PC for photography.  The cheapest Intel Quad Core.  Before that I was using the family's AMD Sempron and then my university's P3 laptop. 
My first dSLR was in 2004 but I upgraded last year but still a lot of mileage left ... Might get a film camera - more of a hobby. 
Cellphone is 2yrs old.  Well ok I suppose I researched on GZ and figured that Android was the way to go and I got a higher ended model but not silly enough to upgrade frequenlty though. It was $500 imported not one of those Samsung S series .. It was the first LG Optimus that mainstream NZ stores didn't have.  It might have been near 1yr released when I got it and just a few months after I got it the G2 model was out.

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  # 1204501 27-Dec-2014 14:47
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Witopia VPN subscription and then Netflix
Intel NUC


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  # 1204746 28-Dec-2014 09:02
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Witopia VPN
Fitbit Charge
Wireless Weather Station
Raspberry Pi

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  # 1204805 28-Dec-2014 10:32
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Amazon Fire TV
Getflix
Netflix
Hulu Plus
Harmony Ultimate One remote
Ipad mini
Xperia Z3 compact
SSD drive

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