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SanDisk Micro SDHC 8GB Card with Adapter
SanDisk Micro SDHC 8GB Card with Adapter
Offered by Wholesaleprice-UK
Price: 5.10

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars SDHC CARD., 16 Feb 2009
Wickid SDHC card - yes this an sd'HC' card - which means it doesnt work on old card readers and phones - w/e

however this is one of the fastest memory stick/card i've ever used - even faster then the freecom databar 8gb - i can get 20mb/s out of this - but u need a reliable and fast memory card reader.

currently no fault - <3 this sdhc card.

Freecom 29324 Databar 8GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Freecom 29324 Databar 8GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Databar, 16 Feb 2009
wickid memory stick - super fast - 8 bloody gigs

what more do u want?

i can copy stuff at around 14mb/s and thats super fast

i got 3 and theyre all good.

Philips MCM398D/05 Micro Hi-Fi System with iPod dock
Philips MCM398D/05 Micro Hi-Fi System with iPod dock

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This Hifi., 24 Dec 2008
After buying for christmas ive got to say thank you amazon and city link for delvering my hifi in time for christmas with super saver delivery. i was e xpecting it to come on the 27th but it came on the 23rd, awesome.

after setting up hifi, plugged it in, tried some cds, simply amazing sound quality. shame that u cant control the amount of treble and bass though, instead u get presets and bass boost, but the presets are good, so im not all that bothered.

the speakers are completely wooden, nicely designed, wicked tweeters, just again.. awesome. shame there isnt any DAB, and shame u dont get a aux slot at the back of the system, since i have line in to connect to permantly (to my computer) im a little dissapointed cos that means the cable have to stay at the front.

the hifi itself looks awesome, volume knob lights up blue when u adjust volume, and it gradually turns off w hen u leave it alone - classy.

fm radio - it picked up all my stations automatically with the (im sorry) the stupid piece of wire :P so i guess i have good reception.


good poitns -
amazing sound quality
looks awesome
amazingly designed speakers
nice range of features

bad points-

no aux at the back
no manual control of sound (im not all that bothered though, presets are good)

sorry but i written this in a jhurry, so excuse my grammer and my typos
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Creative EP-830 Noise Isolating Earphones (Black)
Creative EP-830 Noise Isolating Earphones (Black)

71 of 72 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ep830, 8 Nov 2008
Ive had these for around 2 months now. these earphones are relatively new. these earphones arnt as bassy as lets say... the ep-630s but the sound on these earphones are much richer, nice high, nice mids, unlike some other earphones which has just nice bass and complete rubbish highs and lows.

i listen to dance, rock, metal, so the higher frequencies mean alot to me.

these earphones are designed pretty well, it comes with 3 different size buds, the middle ones fit me exactly and completely blocks out external sound. the cable is rubber based, not the slippery smooth ones, which are pretty good. the plugs is nicely designed too, covered in rubber which imo, doesnt break easily. plugs gold plated too.

the earphone itself is partially rubber, partially plastic and partially metal. its pretty hard to describe in words, but trust me, these are nicely designed, even putting them in your ear is comfortable because of the triangular grips.

these are awesome earphones and they dont brake easiy. excellent built quality, excellent sound for 9.99! (i got mine for 12.99 - wished i got them now instead :()

review edit~

heres a little comparison thingy:

Logitech Z-2300 = Creative EP-630 --- loud, lots of bass
AE Aego M 2.1 = Creative EP-830 --- not as loud, but sound just sounds soooo much better

main difference is that they fit in your ear ;)
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