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Posts Tagged ‘reviews

Microsoft Wireless Mouse Presenter 8000

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

I bought this baby back in 2008 and still has no regrets about my purchase. I love this mouse so much and think it really worth the USD 55 price tag. Pros: Versatile. I can use it as a mouse, a presenter for Powerpoint, and a laser pointer. Quite cheap. USD 55 back then was […]

Samsung GT C6625

Thursday, 1 April 2010

Disappointed with my previous phone‘s lacklustre performance, I opted to go back to my WinMo roots. Hence, when I heard that Samsung introduced a budget WinMo phone, I quickly grabbed it. Pros: Cheap. As of the writing of this blog post, it sells at IDR 1,700,000, practically the cheapest WinMo phone. Reliable. I experienced less […]

TP-LINK TL-WR340G

Thursday, 1 April 2010

I was looking for a cheap wireless router to be used to set up a guerilla Internet Wi-Fi connection at my makeshift office when a computer store attendant recommended this China-fabricated router. It was indeed cheap, priced at IDR 230,000. After using it for about two months now, I think I have the credibility to […]

Fastnet 384

Monday, 24 December 2007

I’ve written several posts previously about my Fastnet cable Internet connection, but haven’t really written a review on it. So, here goes. Several years back, I subscribed to Kabelvision – FirstMedia‘s previous name – in order to bring broadband Internet into my home. Three months into my subscription, I cancelled it due to increase in […]

Linksys WRT54GL

Sunday, 25 November 2007

The “L” in this wireless router name stands for Linux. What this means is that this baby has more memory – 4MB of flash and 16 MB of RAM to be exact – than other WRT54G models they ship today. This open a big window of various hacks and tweaks for its firmware. This thing […]