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NuclearWessels commented on Sign The Petition to SCRAP The GST on Online Goods Sold Online Costing Less than $1000
Not that informed on the subject, but isn't leveling the playing field for local businesses a good thing?
NuclearWessels replied to cm712 on Dell Inspiron 5680 Gaming Desktop i5-8400 | 8GB | 1TB HDD | GTX 1060 6GB $999.20 Delivered + More @ Dell eBay
Watched the video.. they run a little hotter and louder but the performance is essentially the same. I'm not too fussed there.
As a 'range extender' they aren't great but they do work very well in AP mode, or if you are extending range you can plug your desktop etc...
NuclearWessels replied to Nitrous on Google Home Mini $47.70 | Google Home $129.60 (C&C) @ The Good Guys eBay
Yes but it can't turn the other device on right? There is something nice about just walking into the kitchen and saying 'Hey Google, play...
NuclearWessels replied to ca6leguy on Google Home Mini $47.70 | Google Home $129.60 (C&C) @ The Good Guys eBay
Sound wise the Home easily fills a room while the Mini struggles and is much tinnier. If you're going to use it to play music mostly then...
NuclearWessels replied to NuclearWessels on Is This a Legit Store? Tools and Hardware? Prices Too Good to Be True?
[@Drew22](/comment/5836604/redir): No. That's not even close to what I said. I never said that HTTPs makes a website legitimate, I said the...
NuclearWessels replied to Drew22 on Is This a Legit Store? Tools and Hardware? Prices Too Good to Be True?
On a typical website sure, but any e-commerce site processing sales should have HTTPS/SSL enabled.
No HTTPS certificate is immediately suspicious. Always look to the left of the address bar (on Chrome at least) for that 'Secure' indicator.
NuclearWessels commented on Lenovo ThinkCentre NOW OUT OF STOCK Free Delivery from IT Clearance Company (eBay)
This is a business product and I don't think this deal is actually that bad. I recently needed to purchase a small PC for remote work via...
NuclearWessels commented on Use of Disabled Visitor Carspot - Building Manager Unable to Do Anything about It
If there is a building manager they should be able to get it towed. As I understand it you will need to deal with a building manager / body...
NuclearWessels replied to noise36 on Intel NUC BOXNUC5CPYH Mini PC Barebone with Intel Celeron N3050 $118.75 (Free Postage) from IT Clearance Company (eBay)
Yes, but I've had force close issues with a lot of those cheap android boxes. Unless you're willing to flash them with OpenELEC/LibreELEC I...
NuclearWessels commented on Flights to The Maldives Return from Perth $372, Sydney $495, Melbourne $490 Via AirAsia @ IWTF
Check accommodation and travel costs there too.. apparently it is stupid expensive to stay anywhere or get anywhere
NuclearWessels commented on Xiaomi Umbrella AU $23.25/US $17.89, Xiaomi 70 Minutes Smart Wi-Fi Car DVR AU $36.59/US $28.2 +More @ GearBest
Was very excited for the price of the 4k drone battery, but then.. "Cannot ship to Australia" :(
NuclearWessels replied to noodlesfordaddy on EB Games Manager's Specials - Steam Link + $20 Steam Credit for $29, Steam Controller $60, Amiibo $4 Each, Plus More
The lag using Steam link is negligible. I've had no issues playing FPS games via Steam link on Wifi. For comparison I've tried the PS4...
NuclearWessels replied to noise36 on Xiaomi 4K Mi Box Android TV USD $66.99 (~AUD $87.94) Including Delivery @ GeekBuying
This box is a better all in one solution. I have Libreelec running on an old NUC and it's just not as versatile. This box is a 4k Netflix...
NuclearWessels commented on Nitecore TUBE Keychain Light US$3.99/AU$5.09,Mijia 4K Action Camera US$85.82/AU$108.9,xiaomi A1 4+32GB US$188.47/AU$239.32 @LITB
How do you get that price for the action camera? Mine shows as $99.99USD
NuclearWessels replied to NuclearWessels on Garmin Vivofit 3 $47.53 USD (~$60 AUD) / Vivosmart 3 $78.49 USD (~$100 AUD) Delivered @ Amazon
[@jjjaar](/comment/5498018/redir): I found the Mi Bands and Fitbits were pretty close to steps taken. Garmin was like 5-10% more. TomTom...
NuclearWessels replied to ozdesi on Garmin Vivofit 3 $47.53 USD (~$60 AUD) / Vivosmart 3 $78.49 USD (~$100 AUD) Delivered @ Amazon
I prefer the design and the screen to the Vivofit 3. The Mi Band has additional bluetooth features (notifications, caller ID, etc) and has...
NuclearWessels replied to voter1 on Garmin Vivofit 3 $47.53 USD (~$60 AUD) / Vivosmart 3 $78.49 USD (~$100 AUD) Delivered @ Amazon
Yeah absolutely. I've actually tried quite a few of the different brands and in terms of accuracy: Mi Band / Fitbit Garmin Tom Tom Samsung...
NuclearWessels commented on Garmin Vivofit 3 $47.53 USD (~$60 AUD) / Vivosmart 3 $78.49 USD (~$100 AUD) Delivered @ Amazon
I've owned the Vivofit 2, 3 and now have a Mi Band 2. I'd recommend the Mi Band over these two as a far better product that is much...
Get a good set of noise cancelling headphones? Or study with any old set of headphones and white noise of some sort
NuclearWessels commented on Air Conditioner in Rental Property - What Is Considered Normal Output Temperature?
I'm in Brissy so a bit warmer and I have my aircon set to 23-24. Sounds like yours is bust