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Genuine AB463446BU Samsung Battery for B130, B220,&hellip
Bought the item under this heading for what seemed like a reasonable price for a Samsung battery, given that the price being asked was roughly half what the (cheap) phone it was for cost originally.

When the battery arrived, it looked like the genuine Samsung article, as stated here. It was also sealed in a little plastic bag.

What it definitely was not was NEW.

The gold contacts on the end showed signs of scratching / scuffing, a clear sign that the battery had previously been used. When I put it in the phone, the phone would not try to charge it at all. When I checked, I found that the battery was so completely flat that it had no standing voltage on its… Read more
Never Let Me Go (2010) [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Keira Knightley
Never Let Me Go (2010) [DVD] DVD ~ Keira Knightley
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
(This review is based on a TV showing by Film4. It is possible that the version they showed may have been 'ruined for television', that is, edited for the benefit of those of a more sensitive disposition).

I recorded this some time around Christmas 2013 when it was broadcast by Film4 as part of a 'SciFi phase' that they were going through, without my having any clue as to what the film was actually about. I was just thinking 'Keira Knightley, Carey Mulligan, in the same film. That'll do nicely'.

A few months later, I did get around to watching it. The film is basically divided into two parts, the first part where you have absolutely no idea what is going on, and the… Read more
USB A Male to PS/2 Female PS2 Active Keyboard Adap&hellip by Cablestar
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
There are perhaps three categories of PC-AT keyboards.

1) Original PC-AT with a 5-pin DIN connector - only communicates via PC-AT protocol.

2) Early PS/2 PC-AT keyboard with a PS/2 connector, but still only communicates via PC-AT protocol.

3) Later PS/2 PC-AT keyboard with a PS/2 connector which can communicate via either PC-AT protocol or USB protocol.

If your keyboard is the last type, then you don't need this adaptor. A passive adaptor which just rearranges the wiring from PS/2 to USB will do, because the keyboard 'listens' to the PC to see which protocol the PC will try to communicate with it in, and then communicates with the PC the same way… Read more