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  # 379701 14-Sep-2010 15:10
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Just the thing when it's pouring with rain in the tent at Xmas with the kids ipod touch's glued to Facebook, the  iphone and lappy glued to Trademe -  just like home! Please Pick me! Pick me!




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  # 379720 14-Sep-2010 15:42
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When I'm going iPhone4, which mean I will not be able to do what I can with my current Palm Treo Pro and WMWiFiRouter... So something like this will alleviate such problem :-)




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  # 379738 14-Sep-2010 16:23
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I'll just use it when I'm out and about. I have many devices with WiFi and it'd be great to be always online. A few ideas that spring to mind:

- I can use it to Remote Play my PSP/PS3. All my music, photos, TV (via PlayTV) delivered over the net straight to my PSP
- Online derivatives trading, building my fortune

I could go on and on...

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  # 379740 14-Sep-2010 16:28
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I'd love to put this little thing in our shop, and stop my two little cousins complaining about why they can't go on Facebook at the shop. Mind you, they won't do any work if we get WiFi at the shop. 

May be I won't tell them that this is a WiFi router. It could easily pass as a bar code scanner of some description. ;-)

Thanks. 

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  # 379751 14-Sep-2010 17:06
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Wow, that's just what I would like for my next holiday to check emails. iPod Touch and this little beauty will give me an iPhone. Well nearly!

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  # 379752 14-Sep-2010 17:09
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I thoght I could utilise the mast we have out the back of work and offer free wifi to the closest 5 people in range - there is also an added benefit that the lights on the device can also be used as a beacon for low flying planes.

I have created an image of what it could look like.


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  # 379770 14-Sep-2010 18:09
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I'll use it around town and in night clubs and keep it hidden in my pocket to "magically" give 5 people free internet access until I leave :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 379773 14-Sep-2010 18:24
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nitrotech: I thoght I could utilise the mast we have out the back of work and offer free wifi to the closest 5 people in range - there is also an added benefit that the lights on the device can also be used as a beacon for low flying planes.

I have created an image of what it could look like.



I bow before your awesome shopping skills! That router looks like it grew on that mast.




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  # 379804 14-Sep-2010 19:35
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I'd use it to ignore the family during the holiday festivities coming up, make it that much more bearable being able to get on Geekzone where my real family are




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  # 379808 14-Sep-2010 20:00
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I will place this on top of my house and make Raumati Beach a mecca for geeks with free wifi!

But five slots only, so dont tell your mates...

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  # 379810 14-Sep-2010 20:05
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It would be an ideal mate to have on BBQ parties over summer on the beaches :)




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  # 379811 14-Sep-2010 20:07
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Be right handy at the old folks place....
...Dial-up speeds just don't do it for any of the family as visitors

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  # 379815 14-Sep-2010 20:12
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if i win this i would: use it to access geekzone forums this summer from the middle of the river with my android tablet. i would be pretending to fish in with my mad as fishing mate, i would cutting the fly off the rod so that i would not get annoyed by the dam fish on the hook. thus keeping my mate happy and my geek needs covered. win + win.


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  # 379829 14-Sep-2010 20:29
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Basically our internet at work goes down occasionally because of our ISP - and working as a Web Developer this isn't very good.
I start before anyone else at work and sometimes need to wait a while before anyone can come in and remedy the situation.

If I won the 2degrees router I could continue to work with our main internet down which would be great!
And if other staff come in, we can all use the internet until it's fixed : )

Thanks guys!
Keep the comps coming!

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  # 379830 14-Sep-2010 20:29
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My plans for this would be sitting down with my mates at the Cossie club in front of Trackside using our netbooks to do online betting and drinking beer. Getting up to bet just cuts into our drinking time.

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