I've just counted all my externals and they add up to 27TB. These drives are getting quite old and I have projects spread across multiple drives. Would love have a consolidated …
After much research I've come across the Farpoint range. Use will be for long term overseas travel. 70L seems perfect for my needs. Put clothes in the 70L. I've used el cheap bags in the …
Cheapest I can find seems to be $745 + $15 Is there stores that having sales I’m missing?
The box will serve as a backup and DLNA server. I was initially considering the following two boxes: DS418: Quadcore (RealTek RTD1296 1.4 GHz), 2GB = $604 (eBay) DS918: Quadcore (Celeron J3455 …
Amazon U.S. have it for $38.54 + shipping, Dymocks have it for $35 + shipping eBay seller booktopia_australia has it for $35.74 (free shipping) Is the eBay seller the cheapest of can anyone find …
Here's the deal in question: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/152225 As you can see the deal was in July. On the 21st I got an email saying I was only in boarding group 3. To get higher in the …
Is it possible to add these requests: Hiding expired deals from the front page Going to last viewed page after login
This is going to be a birthday gift for a friends kid. It's the little tiger's birthday in about a month and I want to give them something.
Currently my DCIM folder is close to 5GB. I heard that alot of image sites down scale/compress images once you upload them.
Are there any?
This is going to be for a basement where my retro consoles are.
Is the best place eBay? Also how do I filter NON-pick-up only listings?
Processor: i3 or i5
HDD: >12GB (happy to settle for SSD just for OS)
Cheapest I can find is from Kogan but they've been out of stock for a while.
Should I care about grey imports compared to local stock? Same features?
I've read their FAQ but still confused about returns.
I bought some Chino pants and Mullie shorts. Found out they're one size too short.
I get lost when looking for watches. Apart from the label what's the difference between a $2 watch and a $2k watch?
Anyone got one? I heard on a TED talk you can get them for as low as $300. Would that be wholesale price?
There's a few threads on whirlpool but they seem to be >$1200.
Description from the DROID market
> TV Planner is an XMLTV aggregator and EPG app that gives you the most efficient way to browse TV programs and plan your watch list.
I'll be using it for iOS development (Xcode) and light browsing. On the U.S. store it's $999 anybody know where to get it cheaper?