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Actiontec SBWD100A01 ScreenBeam Pro Wireless Display Receiver for WiDi Laptops/ Miracast Devices
Actiontec SBWD100A01 ScreenBeam Pro Wireless Display Receiver for WiDi Laptops/ Miracast Devices

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Hard work, 7 Feb 2014
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
Came with laptop as a promotion, I can see why. It was free but the time trying to set it up I'll NEVER get back. Very disappointing.


58MM Wide Angle Lens for Canon EOS 550D
58MM Wide Angle Lens for Canon EOS 550D
Offered by Ultra Sales Global
Price: £9.91

3.0 out of 5 stars OK but not great, 3 Dec 2012
It's O.K. but for the price I dident expect much. The Wide angle isn't very wide, and creates quite bad CA in the edges of the image. The macro is great fun and seems to create a good image at a fraction of the price. Build quality isn't the best, the thread is not that good but i'm only screwing in to a filter & not the lense.


Kingston DataTraveler USB Flash Drive 8Gb 101 G2 USB DT101G2/8Gb
Kingston DataTraveler USB Flash Drive 8Gb 101 G2 USB DT101G2/8Gb
Offered by Office Nerd
Price: £4.71

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disapointed, 7 Mar 2012
I have had Kingston products in the past and they have been great quality, durable items. Unfortunately this is not the same. I have returned the first one for a replacement that was exchanged very quickly (thank you) and the second one has the same problem, the USB connection is lose and keeps disconnecting. I can't be bothered to change again just going to get a different brand and drop this one in the bin.


Tennis 101 And Play Like The Pros [DVD]
Tennis 101 And Play Like The Pros [DVD]
Dvd ~ Oscar Wegner

1.0 out of 5 stars A waste of money, 23 Dec 2011
I have a number of the Wagner DVD's and they are all very poor. The theme is all the same "find the ball" and using slow motion video of top players contradicts the majority of his technical teaching points.


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