Tag Archive: eBay

Apr 02 2015

Incoming Gadget – Dell U3415W Ultrasharp Curved 34 Inch Monitor

A little while back when I wrote about upgrading the CPU in my desktop I alluded to another upgrade involving my monitor. I’ve had my fantastic 30 inch Apple Cinema HD monitor for six years. It did cost a pretty penny as well given that 30 inch high resolution monitors were a niche market back in 2009 …

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Nov 18 2013

Trawling eBay for Older Generation Computer Parts

Well, i have been doing some research on various computer components after deciding to go down the cheaper in-place upgrade path rather than building a new computer from scratch. However, I thought I would have a look and see what CPUs my Gigabyte GA-EX58-EXTREME motherboard supports. It turns out that with the last BIOS revision …

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Nov 29 2012

Nintendo DS and 3DS Game Case Solution

I am slowing amassing a stockpile of Nintendo 3DS games and I didn’t fancy having to carry around the containers for each separate game as they just end up taking up more space in my backpack. I was also wary of just chucking the cartridges in my backpack to float around and potentially fall out …

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Nov 23 2011

Find Better Auction Site Deals

Here’s quick tip for this evening. eBay used to be a good place to pick up a good bargain but these days bidders can get a bit trigger happy sending items beyond what some of us consider to be worthwhile. Admittedly, such is the nature of online auctions but there is something else you can …

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Aug 08 2011

Watch for New eBay Auctions Using RSS

eBay RSS Link

RSS is a great tool to make sure you can keep on top of new events without having the continually poll a stack of websites in your browser. One such example might be if you are keeping your eyes peeled for some bargain auctions on eBay but would get pulled up for having eBay on …

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Aug 05 2011

Change Search Engines in Firefox Without Touching the Mouse

Another quick tip for tonight. If you use Firefox and can’t get enough of the dedicated search box up the top here’s a tip that will make it that little bit more powerful for you without having to touch the mouse. If you don’t already know, the keyboard shortcut to get into the search box …

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Apr 11 2011

Install Gingerbread (Android 2.3.3) on Samsung Galaxy S

There’s been quite a buzz lately about an official release of Gingerbread (Android 2.3) from Samsung and, in true style, there have been many leaked ROMs for the Samsung Galaxy S that have been gracing the web. Over the weekend, I decided to bite the bullet and put Gingerbread on my phone. To be specific, …

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Apr 08 2011

Improve Your Workspace Comfort with USB Fans

USB fan connected to a powered USB hub

At work, the air conditioning in my area of the floor in which I sit struggles in the warmer weather and also has a hard time trying to offset heat coming off the windows as the sun is setting in the afternoons. It almost feels as if the air isn’t moving which only adds to …

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Mar 22 2011

ReGadget: A Way to Offload Unwanted Devices

Today, I had a new follower on Twitter under the moniker of “ReGadget”. As the name might suggest, this company is looking to buy old gadgets for cash like mobile phones, MP3 players, digital cameras and games consoles amongst other things. Their website is still under development at the moment (although their Facebook page says …

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Feb 11 2011

Secure Online Transactions with VeriSign Identity Protection

These days we hear horror stories of accounts being hacked and unwanted activity occurring under those accounts. In the worst cases, this can involve finances which can really cause major problems depending on what happens. So really, prevention is the best cure as trying to pick up the pieces afterwards can be time consuming and …

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