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Topic # 7074 16-Mar-2006 20:59
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Now, I'm all for USB gadgetry - In fact I love it.



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Read email, browse Geekzone,watch DVD movies, and frag a few N00bz - all whilst you are cleaning your pearly whites.

Might be OK if your using a toughbook CF18

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Reply # 30897 16-Mar-2006 22:54
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Does it work as a mass-storage device too?

I got to get one of these when I'm in China end of this year.




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Reply # 32018 2-Apr-2006 18:52
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Have you seen the USB coffee mug? I have to get myself one of those!

I think I'd need a few more USB ports though if I got all of the USB gadets I want!

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 32889 12-Apr-2006 20:07
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Melimalle: Have you seen the USB coffee mug? I have to get myself one of those!

I think I'd need a few more USB ports though if I got all of the USB gadets I want!


thats the problem im having at the moment, that and the fact my computer has a terrible mix of USB1 and 2 ports, and doesnt have enough 2s :'( (cries hiself to sleep)

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Reply # 32902 12-Apr-2006 21:49
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JAMMAN2110: thats the problem im having at the moment, that and the fact my computer has a terrible mix of USB1 and 2 ports, and doesnt have enough 2s :'( (cries hiself to sleep)

Cry no more.

USB 2.0 Ports are only $1.25 NZD each... [link]




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Reply # 32939 13-Apr-2006 12:13
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tonyhughes:
JAMMAN2110: thats the problem im having at the moment, that and the fact my computer has a terrible mix of USB1 and 2 ports, and doesnt have enough 2s :'( (cries hiself to sleep)

Cry no more.

USB 2.0 Ports are only $1.25 NZD each... [link]


i only just make that with every coin in my wallet -> i hope they 'll still accept 5c pieces when i get around to it

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Reply # 32979 13-Apr-2006 21:39
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I will donate $1.25 to your cause if you can find three others to do the same :-)




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Reply # 32997 14-Apr-2006 12:36
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tonyhughes: I will donate $1.25 to your cause if you can find three others to do the same :-)

lol anyone? $1.25, around about a coffee a day

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Reply # 33050 15-Apr-2006 16:46
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JAMMAN2110:
tonyhughes: I will donate $1.25 to your cause if you can find three others to do the same :-)

lol anyone? $1.25, around about a coffee a day


Haha, sure.




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Reply # 33080 16-Apr-2006 11:28
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I'm making a lot of bread, TWO LOAVES!
Did I mention I live in welly and would have to pay $5 extra?

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Reply # 33099 16-Apr-2006 17:54
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lol anyone? $1.25, around about a coffee a day


Where are you getting this cheap coffee?!?




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Reply # 33163 17-Apr-2006 11:05
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lol anyone? $1.25, around about a coffee a day


Where are you getting this cheap coffee?!?


I somehow convinced a big coffee company to sell me all their used coffee Wink

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Reply # 33788 24-Apr-2006 19:17
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Oh dear,, and I thought the "usb phone charger and mini massager" was the best yet..

WHAT! is that little blue vibrating thing supposed to fit!




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