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  Reply # 380126 15-Sep-2010 13:40
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The wife wants a baby monitor. If I win this I can tell her this is it... Soooo much quieter than a baby monitor....




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  Reply # 380148 15-Sep-2010 14:17
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Wow, 2d 3g WiFi.

Can't think of anything productive, may be I will twit real-time.



 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 380152 15-Sep-2010 14:22
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Awesome, now I can take all my computers and game consoles with me on the road and set up shop anywhere!

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  Reply # 380158 15-Sep-2010 14:39
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michaelmurfy:
muppet: It would use it for when our TelstraClear service doesn't work properly, which currently appears to be 25% of the time.

When not using it, I will hang it around my neck as a fashion statement.



Hah, that's what I said. Stole my awesome idea!?


So I did, and I can't go back and edit it now. Apologise for that, I didn't read the posts before I made mine.

I will therefore not hang it around my neck and/or wear it as a fashion statement.

I will instead strap it to my head and make "beee booop beeep" noises as I do the robot.




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  Reply # 380178 15-Sep-2010 15:17

I would give it to my grandmother for her 70th this year. She'd probably stick it in a drawer and tell me she uses it every day, but the thought's there.




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Reply # 380186 15-Sep-2010 15:28
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I will use this beauty to make Facetime calls over 3G! :-)

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  Reply # 380211 15-Sep-2010 15:49
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Instantaneous file sharing between geeky toys: antiquated 5 year old ipaq, Blackberry and brand new lappy! Check!

Tweeteriffic tweeting whereever I am. Check!

On the go Global GPS location navigator for the geospatially deficient. Check!

Localised cellphone LAN MORPG gaming. Check!

Yet another geeky tech toy that I can't live without. Check!

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  Reply # 380216 15-Sep-2010 15:55
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I would use it to hold up the short leg on our office coffee table.  Nothing seems to do the job right, and I think this would fit the bill perfectly.

No use for the 3G wifi functionality really.

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  Reply # 380235 15-Sep-2010 16:50
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muppet:
michaelmurfy:
muppet: It would use it for when our TelstraClear service doesn't work properly, which currently appears to be 25% of the time.

When not using it, I will hang it around my neck as a fashion statement.



Hah, that's what I said. Stole my awesome idea!?


So I did, and I can't go back and edit it now. Apologise for that, I didn't read the posts before I made mine.

I will therefore not hang it around my neck and/or wear it as a fashion statement.

I will instead strap it to my head and make "beee booop beeep" noises as I do the robot.


I would worship you if you could do the robot as good as that guy. But I would suggest keeping the hotspot away from your head, 2 Radios can't be good for you (well, it may be good for some, but not all)

/justsaying. 




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  Reply # 380321 15-Sep-2010 20:41
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Would certainly help shorten the long drawn out process of having to wait til the end of the day to check my personal emails. and GZ threads hehe.

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  Reply # 380333 15-Sep-2010 21:31
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Wow cool, Flashy lights, just like the Daleks.

Actually, I'll be serious instead of funny.
Last year I had a heart transplant (100% true). It has changed my life and the perspective on life.
So I have decided to take my family on an extended holiday around NZ in February.
Travelling via Caravan. My Kids both have laptops, as do I, and this gadget is just the toy I had been looking around for to purchase to have during our travels. My Kids will have blogs set up so they can record and log their adventures daily, and report back to their schools on a daily basis. This kinda toy, is gonna make this task real easy.
Failing that...

I guess I can also tell you that as head of the Watchman Island Sports Club, that entering into our airspace with such a device contravenes the independent arrangement of internal Islands electronic noxious signal agreement, and I must confiscate said such device and all other like it. Drop off can be made directly to Watchman Island, c/- WISC Waitemata Harbour. And Please stop throwing things at us from the Harbour Bridge!

Yours wonderfully

Young at Heart.  - RIP Miemie, my wonderful donor (true bit) 

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  Reply # 380340 15-Sep-2010 21:47
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aahh, I can just see it, sitting on the deck outside my caravan, mid-summer catching up on the wider world on my iPad connected to the internet over wifi

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  Reply # 380367 15-Sep-2010 22:35
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you know what i would do with this router when i get it. i would put this router into my fridge with the thermometer attached to it and wait for the temp to reach 2degrees. well if someone asks me why did i do that, i would simply reply: isn't that what the logos represents Laughing. well that was a joke. now being serious, if i had this router i would do everything from education to staying in touch with loved ones and friends. 

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  Reply # 380389 15-Sep-2010 23:26
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I plan to attach this WiFi router to a lanyard and hang it around my neck for all the world to gaze upon my awesome bling!
(Little USB flash drives around my neck are so last decade!)  

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  Reply # 380391 15-Sep-2010 23:31
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BlackMael: I plan to attach this WiFi router to a lanyard and hang it around my neck for all the world to gaze upon my awesome bling!
(Little USB flash drives around my neck are so last decade!)  


If you read back, I already said bling >.<

This is the 2nd time I have mentioned it. 




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