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HP Folio 13 (13.3 inch) Notebook Core i5 (2467M) 1.6GHz 4GB 128GB SSD WLAN BT Webcam Windows 7 Pro 64-bit (HD Graphics 3000)
HP Folio 13 (13.3 inch) Notebook Core i5 (2467M) 1.6GHz 4GB 128GB SSD WLAN BT Webcam Windows 7 Pro 64-bit (HD Graphics 3000)

5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 28 July 2015
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Perfect portable for my usage. Quick to boot up and responsive when running.


Indesit Indesit Steam Cleaner C00286477
Indesit Indesit Steam Cleaner C00286477

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't bother, 8 April 2013
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The quality of this item is awful. The rubber pipes are weak and don't fit properly. The steam goes anywhere but where it is supposed to go. The instructions are badly translated. Complete waste of money. It's quicker and more effective to use a scrubbing brush.


The Last Remnant (PC DVD)
The Last Remnant (PC DVD)
Offered by Digitalville UK
Price: £6.00

26 of 53 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars REQUIRES STEAM ACCOUNT (Internet Access), 20 Mar. 2009
There is no mention in the product description but you must have or set up a Steam Account to play this game and it requires you to activate it online via this account.
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Okami (Wii)
Okami (Wii)
Offered by Digitalville UK
Price: £13.49

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, stunningly original and a joy to play, 30 Jun. 2008
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This review is from: Okami (Wii) (Video Game)
I bought Okami on a whim after reading the reviews here. It sounded interesting, and possibly a little weird (I like weird :). What I received was the best game I've played on the Wii. The Japanese styling of the graphics draws you in to the world, the storyline takes hold of you and the game play never let's go.


Panasonic TX-26LXD70 - 26" Widescreen Viera HD Ready LCD TV - With Freeview
Panasonic TX-26LXD70 - 26" Widescreen Viera HD Ready LCD TV - With Freeview

167 of 167 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb Picture (and from standard inputs too), 22 Jun. 2007
This LCD is really impressive. Bought as a normal TV replacement but with my PC and future HD in mind. After spending several lunchtimes looking through reviews, it came down to this or the Samsung LE26R87BDX. I popped out to the nearest electrical shop to check them out. Both were perfect for HD, but where the Panasonic really shines is standard input. The 100Hz technology (in the LXD models - not the LMD ones), improves the picture dramatically by inserting an additional frame between each normal one, calculated to reduce blur and digital artefacts. The number of different inputs is massive. It has both a Digital and Analogue tuner. Set up is a breeze. Basically the best 26" LCD available.

One thing to remember though, when buying TVs, is the distance you are supposed to sit away from the screen. It should be a minimum of 3x the screen size. So for a 26" you should be at least 6.5 feet away. I was going to buy the 32" until I worked out to watch it I would need to sit outside my bedroom window :)


The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (PC DVD)
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (PC DVD)

1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bang Goes My Life for the next few months, 28 Mar. 2006
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As there didn't seem to be any reviews placed after the actual release, I thought I'd share my musings on the first couple of days of play.
Visually the game is spectacular. After escaping from the Prison (basically the tutorial of the game), I was just blown away by the view. I spent 10 minutes just looking around in awe.
I won't say more than that on the subject. You need to see it for yourselves.
The introduction to the plot (tutorial) at the beginning is straight forward but engaging (with Patrick Stewart doing a great job of voicing the Emperor) dropping you straight away into the action without you having to make any permanent decisions on profession until the very end.
Straying from the main plot quests, there seem to be hundreds of interesting and varied quests to help with, or you can just wander around and explore the beautiful wilderness and see what you can find. Join a guild and try to become a respected member.
(or a feared one in several of the more hidden guilds)
Combat is fairly intuitive once you've gone through the tutorial.
Spellcasting equally. Once you've properly been admitted to the mage guild you can even design your own spells!
Setting up hot keys for spell selection and potions and such is pretty much essential to keep the flow of combat.
This brings me to my only criticism of the game. The controls seem to have been designed with a gamepad in mind (for XBOX 360?) with the only concession being the hotkeys. Every item/spell/map/quest is accessed through the TAB key followed by selecting the relevant menu and submenu.
As far as I can tell there are no keyboard shortcuts for jumping straight to the bit you are interested in (ie. Inventory or Map) although it is possible that I missed them, having been too engrossed in the game to stop and look properly :)
Overall, this game is just superb, which means I'll probably be losing even more hours of my life to it in the coming months.
Morrowind + improved combat + insane graphics + better quests + better AI
One last thing to note, to get the best out of this game you WILL need a decent rig. At least a recent 256MB GeForce/ATI card plus 1G memory and a 2800+ processor.


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