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Gigabyte H87N-WIFI Motherboard (Intel H87 Express, DDR3, S-ATA/600, Mini ITX, PCI Express 3.0, HDMI, USB 3.0, Supports 4th Generation Intel Core Processors, Socket 1150)
Gigabyte H87N-WIFI Motherboard (Intel H87 Express, DDR3, S-ATA/600, Mini ITX, PCI Express 3.0, HDMI, USB 3.0, Supports 4th Generation Intel Core Processors, Socket 1150)

5.0 out of 5 stars Great little ITX motherboard for any ITX build, 4 July 2014
Great little ITX motherboard for any ITX build.

Everything works fine after the network drivers are installed. Wifi antenna is magnetic so it easily sticks to the back of the case, a nice touch. The IO shield is very high quality, it has good labelling and is black, which makes it look really nice in a black case.


EasyAcc Macbook 13.3 inch Felt Sleeve Carrying bag Ultrabook Laptop  bag for Apple Macbook Air 13, Acer Aspire S3, S5, S7, Asus Zenbook UX31, HP spectre xt, Samsung SERIES 9 NP900X3B, Samsung SERIE 5 NP530, Toshiba Satellite Z830 Ultrabook [Size: 13.3 inch, Color: Grey]
EasyAcc Macbook 13.3 inch Felt Sleeve Carrying bag Ultrabook Laptop bag for Apple Macbook Air 13, Acer Aspire S3, S5, S7, Asus Zenbook UX31, HP spectre xt, Samsung SERIES 9 NP900X3B, Samsung SERIE 5 NP530, Toshiba Satellite Z830 Ultrabook [Size: 13.3 inch, Color: Grey]
Offered by EasyAcc.U Store
Price: £39.99

4.0 out of 5 stars EasyAcc Grey Macbook Air Sleeve/Case, 4 July 2014
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The sleeve is quite loose with just a macbook air in it so it seems like it was designed for a Retina Macbook Pro 13 inch. It is quite a bit thicker than I expected and came with a few dark marks on it. The elasticated strap serves no purpose unless you have a book as well as a macbook air inside so I will probably cut it off and sew some kind of popper or magnetic fastener instead.

For 12 quid its not a bad deal but I will be replacing it with something more robust and stylish. The fabric is very thick (, although very absorbent and protective but It makes the tiny macbook air into the size of a 2012 13" macbook pro.

On the plus side, it smells like new carpet :).


Audioengine A2 Powered Speakers Pair- Hi Gloss White for PC Multimedia / Desktop Stereo
Audioengine A2 Powered Speakers Pair- Hi Gloss White for PC Multimedia / Desktop Stereo

5.0 out of 5 stars Great little speakers after some tweaking!, 30 July 2013
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These speakers sound great for the size and price. I needed to use equalify spotify app to tweak the EQ but after that i'm really happy with these!

I increased the 14k and 16k channels by 4db and they sound wonderful. Yes these are bass heavy speakers.

For the price, especially with the in built amp i couldn't name anything better.


JUSTOP BTR006 Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Audio Receiver With 3.5MM Jack, Universal Adapter For Speakers, New Module with Bluetooth V2.1 A2DP profile
JUSTOP BTR006 Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Audio Receiver With 3.5MM Jack, Universal Adapter For Speakers, New Module with Bluetooth V2.1 A2DP profile
Offered by DigiDirect
Price: £19.95

4.0 out of 5 stars Works brilliantly but.., 2 April 2013
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This product does exactly what it says on the tin.

Easy to pair with iPhone, Galaxy SIII, Macbook Pro and Windows 8. Seamless audio and could not notice any difference with wired using B&W wall speakers.

Can't comment about battery life as most of the time it is charging whilst in use. Wish it did come with a USB wall adapter though.

Only other thing is that the cable seems very fragile, often i am scared to let the device dangle from the cable or bend the cable.
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Aluminium Blade Metal Bumper Case for iPhone 4/4S - Silver
Aluminium Blade Metal Bumper Case for iPhone 4/4S - Silver

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Blade iphone bumper, 20 Jan. 2013
This case looks and feels brilliant however...

1. The slot for the headphones is so miniscule i could not fit any of my headphones in it other than standard apple ones, including Bose, V-Moda, Beats and Shure headphones, Not only that, you need a screwdriver to remove the case so its not like you can just remove it anywhere to plug your headphones in. Don't buy this unless you only ever use Apple headphones.

2. It blocks out reception. Everywhere. Even in my own house i have a Vodafone suresignal but as soon as i put this on i lost all signal and was lucky to get 1 bar.

If a case cant do the basics right then it is useless


Call of Duty: Black Ops (PS3)
Call of Duty: Black Ops (PS3)
Offered by Ace Goods Co. Ltd
Price: £12.24

3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally!, 16 Mar. 2011
= Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
At last a realistic FPS game - no spraying the crap out of people with a secondary AA-12 extended mag or sniping across the map with a spas-12. All the 1* reviews are from little 10year olds who hate it because there is no quick-scoping, At last it now takes real skill to snipe. Quick-scoping has always been a cheap kill and it takes no skill - in CoD4 it was good because it took skill - Realistically noone in their own mind would run around a war-zone with a sniper attempting to get a 'sick' final kill-cam.

Anyway, enough moaning about MW1&2, to Black Ops itself. In my view the graphics are better, there is better texture in the walls etc. the guns look better and it is a nicer looking game, the maps are brighter and the gameplay flows smoothly. The guns are realistic, recoil looks genuine and adds that need of gun-skill to the game, making it more tense and exciting to play. Sound (post-patch) is good, i'm not the sort of person who uses surround sound to suss out where the enemy is, but if you do i can assure you the sound is good quality for that. As for these constant moans over server lag, parties and connection issues i have never experienced anything as such, personally i think it only comes from the host or if you have poor connection yourself, the only issues with parties i've ever had is when I switched from a zombie party to a multiplayer party - it wasn't serious, it just took me back to the title screen. The new First Strike maps are entertaining but i feel that Treyarch have become desperate, for instance for no reason whatsoever putting a 'no mans zone' in the middle of a map (anyone who goes there is shot down by automatic turrets- and also there is no way to deactivate them) or zip lines "to get to places on the other side of the map faster" also leaving you extremely exposed to any enemy on the map. Stadium is a genuinely great map, the game flow is just genius (other than spawns) although i must confess I have only played it of TDM, demolition and domination. Discovery is not so good - its a 'campers' map, snipers dominate the bridge looking across the map and there is no way of getting across the map, also I don't understand the need for 'collapsable bridges' around the map, but hey, Treyarch attempting at something new. Combat Training is a multiplayer simulator using computer controlled dummy players, its also incredibly fun to get an insane score against them and rain hell on them with a chopper gunner/dogs/gunship. :)

The CUSTOMISATION is endless, you can make almost anything with the emblem creator and even put it on your gun along with your clan tag, allowing you to show off your creations in final killcams :) just what i like. The file share is great, allowing you to share videos of games and the theatre mode is brilliant for recording those 'epic' kills :D. The combat record is brilliant, allowing anyone to check up on you kill:death ratio, favourite gun etc is genius. me and my friends are at constant war trying to get the best K:D :), THANK-YOU TREYARCH.

ZOMBIES is back!!!! Thats right - its back with better guns perks and maps :D Ascension has to be the all time greatest zombie map ever, closely followed by Kino der Toten. The graphics have been reworkedand the general game engine is smoother and more dynamic. However, Treyarch havent fixed the issues with connection loss and there is still no host migration! Anyway, moaning aside raining lead on zombies with a couple mates is fun :) New perks include PHD Flopper which makes explosives more deadly and if you dolphin dive (dive to prone) off a high surface all zombies within a radius will be killed. Im not with this whole 'space monkeys' thing though, sounds like a 90's comic book for a 6 year old.

The CAMPAIGN is dull, Period. CoD has never been famous for it's particuarly interesting campaigns but, i'll give it to them, they tried their best. Anyway as far as i know not many people take interest in the campaign.

All in all Call of Duty 7: Black Ops has the potential to be a grounbreaking game, tweaks & patches will come soon, its the most realistic of any FPS game i've played (FYI i'm a FPS junkie) tweaks & patches will come soon making it even better, and that is what makes it on my must buy list. A great game for all ages male and female


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