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Brand New Micro USB Host Mode OTG Cable Flash Drive SD T-Flash Card Adapter FOR Samsung GT-i9100 i9100 Galaxy S II 2 GT-N7000 Galaxy Note
Brand New Micro USB Host Mode OTG Cable Flash Drive SD T-Flash Card Adapter FOR Samsung GT-i9100 i9100 Galaxy S II 2 GT-N7000 Galaxy Note

2.0 out of 5 stars Cheaply made but does the job, 10 Jan. 2013
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
Bought this to use with my Nexus 7. Product is really cheaply made. The connector is noticeably longer than other micro-USB connectors, which impacts usability considerably.

The connector does not click into place, it just rests within the micro-USB port (I did verify this by testing with my Kindle as well) when propped up in landscape position. If the cable gets jolted whilst the tablet is propped up in landscape orientation, it falls out. If I want to use my tablet in portrait, I have to hold the cable in place otherwise it drops out.

As long as the connection remains stable, this cable does it's job perfectly. However, due to the poor quality of the micro-USB connector, I have purchased an alternative (IVSO® Micro USB Host Cable) which was delivered today and is much better, and it was only £1 more. Now I can use a USB mouse with my tablet without the cable dropping out!

Takk... [VINYL]
Takk... [VINYL]
Offered by Japan-Select
Price: £211.44

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful package for an outstanding album, 14 Jan. 2006
This review is from: Takk... [VINYL] (Vinyl)
I already own the CD of this album, but the vinyl is simply a must-have. The packaging is faultless, the cover holds disc 1, the middle section holds disc 3, and the back cover holds disc 2. Amazon have made a mistake here, as disc 3 is just Milano (being the longest song on the album).
The price may seem a bit steep, but trust me, if you like vinyls you will love this. Worth every penny.

Malcolm in Middle: Season 1 [DVD] [2000] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Malcolm in Middle: Season 1 [DVD] [2000] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Price: £24.85

50 of 54 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Region 2 DVD, 24 Nov. 2005
I think Malcolm In The Middle is one of the finest family tv comedies to be shown on tv in recent years. For one, my entire family sits down to watch it and it's the only time they're quiet for more than 5 minutes.
I was disappointed to learn that they may not release further seasons of the show because there is a lot of clearing to be done concerning the music used in each episode (not just the theme tune, every snippet of music that features in the programme, be it short, inaudible or whatever). Fox don't think they will recoup their initial losses from sales of DVDs, hence why it's taking so long to release any more seasons.
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The Fall of Math
The Fall of Math

18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply awesome, 2 Mar. 2005
This review is from: The Fall of Math (Audio CD)
It's only natural to compare new bands to older bands if you're unsure of how to pigeonhole them. If you like that kind of thing then read some of the other comments here, they won't steer you wrong. However, without succumbing to comparison and cliche I'll attempt to explain what 65 Days of Static.
65 Days of Static is the post rock band you always wanted to play guitar (or any other instrument for that matter) in. They have such a fresh and wildly different sound that every song and every show is different and exciting. Fusing elements of melodic post rock with splinters of computer-breaking-down blips and glitches, all laid over impenetrable drum n bass loops, this band have taken every influence and thrown it out the window. Kerrang have latched on to them as the "nu-metal" hope for 2005; The Wire sees them as the best UK post rock act; Drowned In Sound touts them as electronic geniuses.
65 Days of Static are all of these things and none of these things. If you like metal then they're a fresh sounding metal band. If you like post rock then they're an inventive post rock band. If you like electronic then they're a daring electronic band.
You just have to listen to it to believe it. It sounds corny but just take a risk and buy this album.

Offered by Bridge_Records
Price: £5.86

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Eels STILL rock, 12 Jan. 2004
This review is from: Shootenanny! (Audio CD)
This is one of the best albums of 2003, Eels are on top form on this record. Basically a vehicle for singer/songwriter Mark Oliver Everett, Eels have been going from strength to strength since the release of "Beautiful Freak" way back in 1994. Since then they've released four commercial albums, two live albums, a soundtrack ("Levity") and contributed to countless other soundtracks and compilations including "Shrek" and the recent Disney movie "Holes"... With the release of "Shootenanny!" the band are still exploring new sounds, whereas "Souljacker" was edgy and raw, "Shootenanny!" takes a slightly mellower slant. A brilliant album from a band who are yet to write, record and release a bad song.

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