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SJCAM M20 2K, Digital Image Stabilisation, WiFi Action Camera - Black £76.27 @Gearbest EU Warehouse

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A small action camera with impressive build quality. Was delivered in just 2.5 days with loads of accessories. For £15.90 you can order a remote control and one 900mAh replaceable battery is just £4.…
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Seems not. I just looked on their website sjcamhd.com

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Dive up to 30 meters (90 feet) with the M20. The M20 has a
very sleek and sturdy waterproof case.
Looks good, anyone know if there's a 40 meter housing available?.
How much of an improvement is this over the SJ4000?
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Free Wi-Fi on board Virgin Trains standard class via Virgin Red app

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My first share, so be nice! I have the Virgin Red app and I noticed when you've verified your account with Virgin Trains - you will be given a Wi-Fi password to use onboard! Just simply download the a…
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I see the Grauniad champagne socialists are here in force.
Let's see about the 30 years of his pro-European views shall we?
#towtheline

Actually, for most of his life, Jeremy Corbyn has been a Eurosceptic. Just yesterday Owen Smith was again asking if Corbyn really voted to leave the EU.
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Corbyn is a grade A tool! Book further in advance and get a pre booked seat - turn up on the day buy a ticket and complain there are no seats (when there actually are). Suppose I shouldn't be surprised at him lying - he is a politician after all!
There you go - the full story:http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/aug/23/jeremy-corbyn-virgin-trains-disputes-claim-over-lack-of-seats
I don't like all of his policy stances, but Jeremy Corbyn is one of the most honest politicians in parliament who has stuck to his beliefs for decades in the face of arrest, going against popular opinion or both.
Honest? Hmmm, like saying he wants a kinder politics and he completely disowns any bullying, whilst all the personal details of anyone who disagrees with him are released to the Momentum brownshirts to do the violence and intimidation for him. Just like the mafia bosses are always seen at the opera whilst bodies of their enemies mount up in the back streets. Corbyn's team admitted that he *chose* to sit on the floor rather than sit on one of the many vacant seats. The only dispute is why: a) to make a political point or b) because he wanted to sit next to his wife.
"the personal details of anyone who disagrees with him are released to the Momentum brownshirts to do the violence and intimidation for him. Just like the mafia bosses are always seen at the opera whilst bodies of their enemies mount up in the back streets."
That's a very serious accusation so are you able to source it? And just in case anyone's interested for context, I'm a member of the Liberal Democrat party (as of post-Brexit), not Labour. Factual accuracy rather than hysteria is what's important if we have a chance of having a say in our country for the better.
And yes, it's true that he wanted to sit next to his wife. The story doesn't deny that. I don't believe that contradicts him experiencing what it's like for regular commuters on trains where there aren't seats. This is the same man who gets the night bus, rather than expensing private cars like most MPs do.
And in a country that regularly shows fervent anger towards MPs who love to skim the cream off the top of public finances (note: some, but not all of them) it's baffling how the one who's trying to stay in touch with the voting public is the one getting vilified the most.
Meanwhile, our unelected prime minister continues to direct the country with no mandate. Baffling.
All our prime ministers have been unelected (well, except by their own constituents who vote for them as MPs), the mandate is with the party that is able to form a government acceptable to the head of state. The method by which a PM is selected is entirely up to the party that has that mandate, there is nothing baffling about that.
Anyway, this site remains about good deals ...
I studied politics at degree level, I know how the system works on paper - but in practice, people don't vote for their MP and half the time probably haven't ever heard of them. They vote for who they like best out of the leaders of the part, whether that's the system or not, and second to that comes their manifesto promises. May wasn't the leader of the party during any election and has never put forward a manifesto. And on top of that, having no candidates running against her in the final stage of the leadership "contest" means that she is indeed unelected and doesn't have either a clear mandate nor do we have a clear idea of what direction she's taking our country in.
Good morn,
I'm not sure one needs a degree in politics to understand our electoral system (I have degrees in physics and in geospatial information, and I don't find it baffling at all). You claimed that Mrs. May was unelected and had no mandate; your assertions were incorrect and I explained why you were wrong. You don't like it much that you have been corrected (and by a physics graduate!), but you remain wrong.
Mrs. May's mandate to lead the country is exactly as strong as Mr. Brown's was previously (although thankfully those dark days are well behind us), the nation voted strongly for a Tory administration via its constituency MPs, and that arrangement still pleases our head of state. Mrs. May's direction for out nation is abundantly clear: it is out of the EU (that is what the country has told her to do via a most democratic vote). The rest of her policies remain those of the Tory party that won the election: generally towards a smaller public sector. Hopefully the current debacle in the Labour party will allow us (the country) to dismantle enough of the social welfare system to become competitive in the global economy and so prosper.
If you really are a politics graduate you should understand this well, and be aware that there is no requirement for the Conservative party to give you a say in its internal leadership contest (as there is not for the Labour party to let you choose its leader unless you are a member of that party). The reason for this is that we are happy with a constitutional monarchy with HM as the head of state, rather than a republic with a president.
Perhaps we can talk about physics next time?
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If you were to have filtered out your misguided gloating, you could have saved me a minute or so of my life. If you can work out how we can make the most of wormholes so I can get that minute back some time once you've finished, please do come back with something of practical use for the first time on this thread.

Nowhere did I claim the system was baffling and nor do I remember "not liking" being corrected. As I've already told you, that's how the system works on paper but in practice, in the true spirit of democracy (rather than the rules and procedures laid down by law in this country), Theresa May is an unelected prime minister with a different vision and belief system to David Cameron's, with David Cameron being the leader of the Tory party at the time of the last election. Quite how you think the rest of her policies aside from the EU will be the same as his is absolutely laughable and shows you are out of touch with reality. Perhaps off in a different dimension, theoretical or otherwise.

Although you would indeed be right to say that May's mandate is as strong as Mr. Brown's, as Mr. Brown also was an unelected prime minister in practice and did not have a mandate in practice. So when it comes to laws laid down in my name that determine how myself and my family are to live, I'm more interested in what the reality is rather than the internal workings of the Conservative party.

Leaving aside the fact that I'm sure you would suddenly be far less enthusiastic about the EU referendum vote if Parliament were in time to reject it, despite the point that it would be a decision taken by our elected representatives, I suggest you take your condescending inferiority complex off to study Einstein's theory of relativity: Disappear into space - and about time too.

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Corbyn is a grade A tool! Book further in advance and get a pre booked seat - turn up on the day buy a ticket and complain there are no seats (when there actually are). Suppose I shouldn't be surprised at him lying - he is a politician after all!
There you go - the full story:http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/aug/23/jeremy-corbyn-virgin-trains-disputes-claim-over-lack-of-seats
I don't like all of his policy stances, but Jeremy Corbyn is one of the most honest politicians in parliament who has stuck to his beliefs for decades in the face of arrest, going against popular opinion or both.
Honest? Hmmm, like saying he wants a kinder politics and he completely disowns any bullying, whilst all the personal details of anyone who disagrees with him are released to the Momentum brownshirts to do the violence and intimidation for him. Just like the mafia bosses are always seen at the opera whilst bodies of their enemies mount up in the back streets. Corbyn's team admitted that he *chose* to sit on the floor rather than sit on one of the many vacant seats. The only dispute is why: a) to make a political point or b) because he wanted to sit next to his wife.
"the personal details of anyone who disagrees with him are released to the Momentum brownshirts to do the violence and intimidation for him. Just like the mafia bosses are always seen at the opera whilst bodies of their enemies mount up in the back streets."
That's a very serious accusation so are you able to source it? And just in case anyone's interested for context, I'm a member of the Liberal Democrat party (as of post-Brexit), not Labour. Factual accuracy rather than hysteria is what's important if we have a chance of having a say in our country for the better.
And yes, it's true that he wanted to sit next to his wife. The story doesn't deny that. I don't believe that contradicts him experiencing what it's like for regular commuters on trains where there aren't seats. This is the same man who gets the night bus, rather than expensing private cars like most MPs do.
And in a country that regularly shows fervent anger towards MPs who love to skim the cream off the top of public finances (note: some, but not all of them) it's baffling how the one who's trying to stay in touch with the voting public is the one getting vilified the most.
Meanwhile, our unelected prime minister continues to direct the country with no mandate. Baffling.
All our prime ministers have been unelected (well, except by their own constituents who vote for them as MPs), the mandate is with the party that is able to form a government acceptable to the head of state. The method by which a PM is selected is entirely up to the party that has that mandate, there is nothing baffling about that.
Anyway, this site remains about good deals ...
I studied politics at degree level, I know how the system works on paper - but in practice, people don't vote for their MP and half the time probably haven't ever heard of them. They vote for who they like best out of the leaders of the part, whether that's the system or not, and second to that comes their manifesto promises. May wasn't the leader of the party during any election and has never put forward a manifesto. And on top of that, having no candidates running against her in the final stage of the leadership "contest" means that she is indeed unelected and doesn't have either a clear mandate nor do we have a clear idea of what direction she's taking our country in.

Good morn,

I'm not sure one needs a degree in politics to understand our electoral system (I have degrees in physics and in geospatial information, and I don't find it baffling at all). You claimed that Mrs. May was unelected and had no mandate; your assertions were incorrect and I explained why you were wrong. You don't like it much that you have been corrected (and by a physics graduate!), but you remain wrong.

Mrs. May's mandate to lead the country is exactly as strong as Mr. Brown's was previously (although thankfully those dark days are well behind us), the nation voted strongly for a Tory administration via its constituency MPs, and that arrangement still pleases our head of state. Mrs. May's direction for our nation is abundantly clear: it is out of the EU (that is what the country has told her to do via a most democratic vote). The rest of her policies remain those of the Tory party that won the election: generally towards a smaller public sector. Hopefully the current debacle in the Labour party will allow us (the country) to dismantle enough of the social welfare system to become competitive in the global economy and so prosper.

If you really are a politics graduate you should understand this well, and be aware that there is no requirement for the Conservative party to give you a say in its internal leadership contest (as there is not for the Labour party to let you choose its leader unless you are a member of that party). The reason for this is that we are happy with a constitutional monarchy with HM as the head of state, rather than a republic with a president.

Perhaps we can talk about physics next time?

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Corbyn is a grade A tool! Book further in advance and get a pre booked seat - turn up on the day buy a ticket and complain there are no seats (when there actually are). Suppose I shouldn't be surprised at him lying - he is a politician after all!
Have you actually read the story?
There weren't seats when he got on. The seats that looked free were either reserved or had bags on them. That's been verified by fellow passengers.
Either you read a site that didn't carry that part and just repeated what Virgin trains told you (they're trying to not make themselves look bad - that's strange, isn't it?) or you didn't read the story properly and are just repeating a headline.
Either way, don't ever wonder why it keeps feeling like the more-polished politicians keep pulling the wool over your eyes and you can't quite figure out why.
To be fair your interpretation of the story isn't exactly what the story says either, so the question could equally be thrown back at you. I would say that expecting two free seats next to each other when you haven't reserved them is a bit much wouldn't you? Fine if you then want to sit in the corridor, but he also used it to make political capital. Virgin of course wants to look good in this situation, but let's not pretend Corbyn didn't try to make the most out of it also.
A Corbyn source said a handful of seats had been available, but not two together, and the Labour leader wanted to sit with his wife. As a result he, his wife and team were among a series of other passengers forced to sit or stand in the corridor.
let's also not pretend that the issue the stunt is trying to highlight, is a good one? It's not like he just had a go a richard branson cos he ate the last profiterole at a gala once.
Corbyn has embellished the truth to highlight a true problem that he wants to change. Saying that he should have booked tickets in advance is utterly ridiculous because it's irrelevant to the bigger issue, the point is the privatisation of (what should essentially be) a public transport service.
He is doing it by the powers of deception though. He is no different to any other politician.
I'm afraid all you've proven there is that you literally have no idea what you're talking about. If MPs were as bad as you seem to think they are in your head, this country would be a mess. To which you'll no doubt reply "it is!" And yet we live in one of the safest countries in the world with high living standards (and yes of course, I know that's not the same for literally everyone but you won't be able to show me a country on earth where it is).
On top of that, there are plenty of decent politicians who work hard for their constituencies and for their country.
And that's before we even get to Corbyn's "deception" which it very much looks like it wasn't, despite reading (and repeating) headlines alone suggesting that it was.
Nope sorry as ive said i regularly travel out of kings cross on virgin trains during rush hour if he wanted a seat he could have got one. Unless you do the same then it is you who has no idea what they are talking about. I have experienced this first hand. FACT.
Are you for real? You're saying that (assuming you're even telling the truth anyway) because you can find a seat on your train, everyone can? Even though there were witnesses from the public who were doing the same thing?
And this is before you even address all the points I actually made, or that alfiesred47 has already made on whether you can personally get a seat when you travel? Does the fact that you can somehow mean there isn't a big problem with overpriced, understocked privatised rail in this country which Southern Railways alone proves there is which Corbyn is rightly highlighting here?
People like you are the reason we don't have better governments than we do.
​Indeed there is a problem with certain privatised rail companies but the government should cap their profits and restrict price rises until performance and customer satisfaction improves, the government have the power but they don't make the tough decisions! Renationalisation of the rail network is not the answer in my opinion because the government will not reinvest the profits made back into the rail infrastructure and it will just be like the 80s all over again, trains not running, strikes and antiquated railway stock. One can state that car tax is now based on an emissions tax but when it was a road tax if the government had invested all of the money generated from road tax then we would undoubtedly have the best Road network in Europe and probably the world.
Whilst bearing in mind this site is about good deals...
The concept of re-nationalising the railway companies is of course just silly. It would cost billions for any government to buy back all the operators contracts, and of course governments only have the taxpayers' (therefore voters) money to spend. All the time the Labour party continues to have poor leadership and silly policies we will have Tory governments, which of course can only be good for the nation as a whole (so in that respect I'm a strong supporter on Mr. Corbyn).
​Your point being? Lots of people express their opinions on deal threads. I'm not the first and certainly won't be the last!

I think you understood my point very well: that we have strayed a long way from the point (which was a good deal - remember).
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Corbyn is a grade A tool! Book further in advance and get a pre booked seat - turn up on the day buy a ticket and complain there are no seats (when there actually are). Suppose I shouldn't be surprised at him lying - he is a politician after all!
There you go - the full story:http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/aug/23/jeremy-corbyn-virgin-trains-disputes-claim-over-lack-of-seats
I don't like all of his policy stances, but Jeremy Corbyn is one of the most honest politicians in parliament who has stuck to his beliefs for decades in the face of arrest, going against popular opinion or both.
Honest? Hmmm, like saying he wants a kinder politics and he completely disowns any bullying, whilst all the personal details of anyone who disagrees with him are released to the Momentum brownshirts to do the violence and intimidation for him. Just like the mafia bosses are always seen at the opera whilst bodies of their enemies mount up in the back streets. Corbyn's team admitted that he *chose* to sit on the floor rather than sit on one of the many vacant seats. The only dispute is why: a) to make a political point or b) because he wanted to sit next to his wife.
"the personal details of anyone who disagrees with him are released to the Momentum brownshirts to do the violence and intimidation for him. Just like the mafia bosses are always seen at the opera whilst bodies of their enemies mount up in the back streets."
That's a very serious accusation so are you able to source it? And just in case anyone's interested for context, I'm a member of the Liberal Democrat party (as of post-Brexit), not Labour. Factual accuracy rather than hysteria is what's important if we have a chance of having a say in our country for the better.
And yes, it's true that he wanted to sit next to his wife. The story doesn't deny that. I don't believe that contradicts him experiencing what it's like for regular commuters on trains where there aren't seats. This is the same man who gets the night bus, rather than expensing private cars like most MPs do.
And in a country that regularly shows fervent anger towards MPs who love to skim the cream off the top of public finances (note: some, but not all of them) it's baffling how the one who's trying to stay in touch with the voting public is the one getting vilified the most.
Meanwhile, our unelected prime minister continues to direct the country with no mandate. Baffling.
All our prime ministers have been unelected (well, except by their own constituents who vote for them as MPs), the mandate is with the party that is able to form a government acceptable to the head of state. The method by which a PM is selected is entirely up to the party that has that mandate, there is nothing baffling about that.
Anyway, this site remains about good deals ...

I studied politics at degree level, I know how the system works on paper - but in practice, people don't vote for their MP and half the time probably haven't ever heard of them. They vote for who they like best out of the leaders of the part, whether that's the system or not, and second to that comes their manifesto promises. May wasn't the leader of the party during any election and has never put forward a manifesto. And on top of that, having no candidates running against her in the final stage of the leadership "contest" means that she is indeed unelected and doesn't have either a clear mandate nor do we have a clear idea of what direction she's taking our country in.
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Canon PIXMA MG2950 Wi-Fi All-in-One Printer £29.99 @ Amazon

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Cheaper than it has been on Amazon in a while. Wireless all-in-one scanner, printer, copier.
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NO. The ink supplied is smaller capacity than the regular size, does not last long
the ink it comes with is worth £30, right?
Being on sale in Currys for the past 6 months for £29.99

Got one, Ok but very slow and a real pain to set up Wifi because it doesn't have a touch screen

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ccbetter CS720W 2.0 inch LCD Screen Wifi 1080P HD Waterproof Action Camera 12MP - £29.95 Sold by hojyuk and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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1080p @30fps, 720p @ 60fps, WiFi, HDMI, 2 batteries. Seems decent enough for the price. How to acquire APP installation program? Search "youmera" in "Google Play" in Android System or APP Store t…
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Got mine yesterday. Camera seems ok works and seems sturdy enough. The Youmera app doesn't work, tried various other apps on the Google store but haven't managed to find on that works either. That aside, camera works okay so far.


​try iSmart dv mine worked straight away
Got mine yesterday. Camera seems ok works and seems sturdy enough. The Youmera app doesn't work, tried various other apps on the Google store but haven't managed to find on that works either. That aside, camera works okay so far.
paid £18 for this UK based and delivery free.
The Youmera app has very poor reviews. Problems with registration and camera connection. Unless I am looking at the wrong Youmera app.
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looks good very similar to the one I got but mine has WiFi and movement detection.
This has both of them I think, what's the quality like?

I can let you know as I've ordered one that is being delivered this evening.
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AUKEU WiFi Repeater Router £7.45 prime / £11.44 non prime (rrp £36) - Sold by Tianyue Dazzling and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Seems to be a bargain, with this usually costing over £35 elsewhere. Fulfilled by Amazon too.
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This is still available. Just ordered for £7.45 with free delivery on Prime.

Still don't know why this was marked as expired. Arrived today, after ordering at the weekend. UK version, with standard 3 pin plug mounted. Shoved it in, pushed the WPS button, instantly paired with my Virgin Superhub and, voila, a wifi repeater. Bargain at £7.45.

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That was quick! X) Expired it goes :(

I really wanted one :(
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D-Link DAP-1330 N300 Wi Fi Range Extender £13.50 delivered at eBuyer

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Extend your wireless network, it's easy to set up and is down to £13.50 delivered. Device Type: Wi-Fi range extender Form Factor: External Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz Increase the coverage of your…
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reviews seem to be hit and miss 103 positive vs 52 critical

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good deal. just ordered one thanks.
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NETGEAR EX6120-100UKS - £34.99 @ Amazon

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AC1200 Wifi range extender or Wireless Access Point Product Description The AC1200 WiFi Range Extender Essentials Edition boosts WiFi range for speeds up to 1200 Mbps, ideal for HD video streaming…
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I have this. Doesn't work very well with thick old walls. Currently looking for a replacement.
there are some tp-link ones at about £39.49 last time I checked couple days ago on Amazon. I use the cheap D-Linj 500mbps ones which are about £14.99 per pair, and have no WiFi. No complaints.

There are articles that compare various adapters. Google's your friend.
Thank you..sounds very interesting idea. Any recommendations?
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Is this much better than the EX 2700 for £14.99? The signal is not great in my house (Concrete walls from 1920). Happy to go for the expensive option if it offers better signal


you can probably get a ​powetline adaptor with wifi for that money (I guess about £5 more for a pair one of them with wifi). I would go for that if the wiring in the house is good enough for 500mbps
Is this much better than the EX 2700 for £14.99? The signal is not great in my house (Concrete walls from 1920). Happy to go for the expensive option if it offers better signal
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Sony SRSX99 Hi-Res Audio Multiroom Speaker with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, DLNA... [Airplay/Google Cast/Spotify] £319.97 @ Amazon

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Decent price drop for this speaker. Still selling for around £500+ at other places. Product Description Every song in the exceptional clarity of High-Resolution Audio, plus premium wireless stre…
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Same price currys too . Noticed a few customer returns for £289
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Edimax N300 Range Extender (Access Point and Bridge) Back in stock with CCL Online £9.32 (£2.99 1st class delivery)

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The Edimax EW-7438RPn Mini Wi-Fi Extender is a Wi-Fi extender with built-in power adapter in a compact design which can be plugged directly into an electrical outlet. The ES-7438RPn Mini comes with an…
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Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?
You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.
Ah - I was a bit confused by that question!
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Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?
You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.
Oh :(
Thxs. No, I didn't know. I get thoroughly confused by these things.
Loathecliff, at the leading edge of pcm tech. ..... 40 yrs ago :(
In answer to the question you thought you were asking, I have run a Power Line wifi adapter at the end of a 50m cable extender very successfully. This is what you need

TP-LINK TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300 M Wi-Fi Extender/Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with Two Ethernet Ports, Starter Kit/Twin Pack (Easy Configuration, Wi-Fi Clone for Smartphone/Tablets/Laptop) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00DHB2T44/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_LoiLxb7QXBKHQ

Edited By: Petetobin on Jul 24, 2016 10:02
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Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?
You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.

Oh :(
Thxs. No, I didn't know. I get thoroughly confused by these things.

Loathecliff, at the leading edge of pcm tech. ..... 40 yrs ago :(
Loathecliff
Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?
You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.
Loathecliff
Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?
Mains or ethernet lead, it should work fine with either.
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Edimax N300 range extender with network port (supports Access point and Bridge modes also) £9.32 at CCL Online please add £2.99 for 1st class delivery - £12.31

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The Edimax EW-7438RPn Mini Wi-Fi Extender is a Wi-Fi extender with built-in power adapter in a compact design which can be plugged directly into an electrical outlet. The ES-7438RPn Mini comes with an…
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just ordered 2. heat added :)
Back in stock with CCL Online
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Whats the big deal.. Go on ebay,get one delivered for about £8.


Dont have to get a branded one,they all 300mps
linhang90
Whats the big deal.. Go on ebay,get one delivered for about £8.

They seem about £15 on eBay.
Whats the big deal.. Go on ebay,get one delivered for about £8.
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Linxvision 8 Inch LED 1.84 GHz 2GB Wi-Fi Windows 10 Tablet - Black, Refurb £79.99 @ Argos Ebay

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Now £79.99, thanks to WozzaX. Not sure how much of a market there is for the Linx Vision! Operating System: Windows 10 Home Dimensions: 214.6 x 134.7 x 9.9mm LCD Screen: 1200 x 800 / 60 Hz Refres…
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Just bought the last one. No more available.
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I had one of these when they first came out.

great bit of kit, but I sold mine a few weeks after due to it not being used.

If you throw to much at it, it would crash. If you threw to little at it, it would crash.

Most of the time it ended up getting sluggish quickly or resetting.

The concept was great, and performed well with games. But outside that it was a bit meh.



Just sounds like you had a fault model if it was crashing.


​Better buy Nvidia shield Android Marshmallow tablet than this piece of crap to play games.
I had one of these when they first came out.

great bit of kit, but I sold mine a few weeks after due to it not being used.

If you throw to much at it, it would crash. If you threw to little at it, it would crash.

Most of the time it ended up getting sluggish quickly or resetting.

The concept was great, and performed well with games. But outside that it was a bit meh.
That res tho
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20% Discount is applied at checkout. Also deals on the Single and Double port AV500. Got these myself. Good piece of kit!
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I can only see used, VGC, for £26.98 :(

Go to checkout and it's 21.58


​Oh, I thought it was a new item oO
Rhythmeister
I can only see used, VGC, for £26.98 :(

Go to checkout and it's 21.58
I can only see used, VGC, for £26.98 :(
covforce
No discount is adding??

Change the link to take you here:
Add the Amazon Wharehouse Deals One
Then go to the checkout and the discount will have applied.
covforce
No discount is adding??

https://s31.postimg.org/j4mq343pz/Capture.png

Seems to have gone up a quid

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Oops it's a MacBook retina 12 inch told you I was new to it what a great reply thanks a lot I will work my way through it much appreciated and will let you know how I get on with it.
daverob
xeroc
Works fine with OS X despite Amazon comments;
Connect to Wifi (hold WPS button as above)
Auto displays as network printer (generic postscript/Pcl) in printer settings.
No need for software
Or via usb; plug in cable. Done
Only got 260 pages out of my starter toner however! (Predominantly double spaced text as well!)
Hi I had no luck connecting using the wifi method would not find the printer when I input the IP address to add printers. So used USB to the router it found the printer and printed ok but the communication fails when trying a second print 5 mins later have you ideas why that is? Any suggestion would be appreciated I'm using the latest iOS on a new 12" MacBook Air I am new to iOS.

I shall try my best;

1) I don't know which router you have, nor the granularity of control you have over its print server. However, it's probably based on linux, and uses cups. But, there isn't a linux driver for this particular printer, so unless you can (via your router) choose the driver you're using - and set it to a Generic one - then you may have difficulties using the USB port in the router. It may be unstable.

2) I'm guessing you're using a MacBook - not a MacBook Air, which don't come in 12" configurations. You should first of all try connecting the printer to the USB port on your MacBook. Set it up, and check it prints okay when hard-wired in. Who knows, you might have a faulty unit? Once you've plugged it in, it should show in Printers & Scanners in settings. If requested to choose a driver type, you should choose one from 'Other Manufacturer' and ensure it is set to 'Generic PCL'. Once you've confirmed it's working on your Mac via the wire I would attempt to get the wireless set up.

3) If your router has WPS (most do - if it is modern, it will have), you need to enable it. Usually you do this by holding a button on the router itself. On some routers you have to goto the web configuration pages to enable it. Once that is done, you have to do it on the printer by holding the relevant button. Once the light on the printer goes solid blue, you have established WiFi. You should then goto your router's configuration page where it shows the devices attached to your network. Find the printer (ricoh), and find it's IP. Goto the IP address in your browser, to show the printer's own configuration. I would turn off DHCP in Network and assign your printer with a static IP to avoid potential issues further down the line. In Network, ensure that the Bonjour service is enabled. The printer will reset

4) Once you've done that, you should be able to open up Printers & Scanners on your Mac, and it will have detected the device over the Bonjour protocol. It should show it in the box, and enable you to add the printer (again choose Generic PCL Driver).

5) I have had very limited success in manually adding the printer via it's IP address. Although it uses the IPP protocol, it seems to use a non-standard printer queue name, so adding it manually just crashes my Mac. I haven't done any significant research in to it, however. You're better off relying on the Bonjour service (if you don't know what that is, basically it allows your Mac to pick up the printer over the WiFi without needing to manually enter the details).

6) Optional: As an aside, I no longer operate the printer this way. I found the WiFi rather unreliable on the unit (though this is an issue that does not pertain to Macs, of course) and it needed to be reset from time to time to regain the signal. I now run it on a Raspberry Pi Zero (which also doubles up as an aquarium monitor...) via CUPS + Gutenprint. Or, connect it to a spare Windows PC and use some form of AirPrint enabler tool. If you can, I would suggest doing something like this as you will be able to use AirPrint on your MacBook - AirPrint is an Apple protocol which requires zero set up of printers on any Apple device - so you could also print from an iPad/iPhone etc.

If you need any further explanation on the above just ask :)

Good luck

Ps Macs use macOS (formerly OS X) not iOS :)
xeroc
Works fine with OS X despite Amazon comments;
Connect to Wifi (hold WPS button as above)
Auto displays as network printer (generic postscript/Pcl) in printer settings.
No need for software
Or via usb; plug in cable. Done
Only got 260 pages out of my starter toner however! (Predominantly double spaced text as well!)

Hi I had no luck connecting using the wifi method would not find the printer when I input the IP address to add printers. So used USB to the router it found the printer and printed ok but the communication fails when trying a second print 5 mins later have you ideas why that is? Any suggestion would be appreciated I'm using the latest iOS on a new 12" MacBook Air I am new to iOS.
£27.95 eBay
burnie2011
Hi. Does anyone know how to turn the print around? It prints face (print) down at the moment.
Just hold down `STOP/START` while turning the printer on, then release and press `JOB RESET` 15 times, then press and hold `WIFI` for 20 seconds while humming God Save The Queen.
Or, take the paper out and turn it over.
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Xiaomi Mi TV Box 3 Enhanced - WHITE Dual Core Cortex-A72 + Quad-core Cortex-A53 Android 5.1 2GB RAM 8GB ROM 2.4GHz / 5GHz WiFi Bluetooth 4.1 4K Multi-media Player Support Only Chinese Email Only Price £56.61 @ Gearbest

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£56.30 now, it appears :)
Just 8GB ? There were some models posted some weeks ago sporting 16GB if I'm not mistaken.

Looks good otherwise.

Why not just call it hexa-core instead of this long winded dual core+quad core?
hcc27
Xiaomi partnered with Google in the development of this box; in fact Xiaomi presented the box at the recent Google I/O, so I'm surprised it doesn't come out of the box with the Play store. Xiaomi still sells most of its products within China/ SE Asia (granted they're starting to reach out to to the West) hence English/ International ROMs are not a priority, yet.
This has the potential to be a killer box once a good International ROM with Google Play is available. The lack of Ethernet is a surprise, but a good wifi antenna implementation as in the Fire Box (as opposed to the Fire Stick!!) should mitigate that somewhat. http://www.theverge.com/2016/5/18/11704964/new-google-chromecast-Android-TV-partners-Xiaomi-Sony-Toshiba-4K
Does this Gearbest Xiaomi offering have the same specs as the not-yet-released US Mi Box?

Interesting anyway :) Thanks :)
Xiaomi partnered with Google in the development of this box; in fact Xiaomi presented the box at the recent Google I/O, so I'm surprised it doesn't come out of the box with the Play store. Xiaomi still sells most of its products within China/ SE Asia (granted they're starting to reach out to to the West) hence English/ International ROMs are not a priority, yet.

This has the potential to be a killer box once a good International ROM with Google Play is available. The lack of Ethernet is a surprise, but a good wifi antenna implementation as in the Fire Box (as opposed to the Fire Stick!!) should mitigate that somewhat.

http://www.theverge.com/2016/5/18/11704964/new-google-chromecast-Android-TV-partners-Xiaomi-Sony-Toshiba-4K

Edited By: hcc27 on Jul 06, 2016 16:10
Gearbest = COLD
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Mini M8S II (New Amlogic S905X Chip), 4K Smart TV Box Quad Core Processor UK PLUG 64Bit Android 6.0 2GB DDR3 + 8GB eMMC 2.4GHz WiFi Bluetooth 4.0 Support VP9 Decoder £26.99 With Code @ Gearbest

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mine has 1 flicker roughly every 5 mins when watching trough kodi. gona swp the hdmi but sure its not that
does anyone elses mini m8s ii flicker in the android settings screen?

only on that screen not anywhere else.

annoying.
still having wifi issues with this m8s II box (My previous box works fine.) anyone still having issues looking to replace it now tried everything i can think of
justanotherpunter
coventry1966
You've installed Openlec on the android box?
Removed Android?
Yes using Android or Windoze to watch TV is a bit old fashioned :p
openelec is dead, long live libreelec :{
the guy who does these builds is very good, get your paperclip and your micro sd card ready and buy him a beer ;)https://forum.libreelec.tv/thread-1172.html
I'll have a look at that.
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ORVIBO WiWo-S20 Wi-Fi Smart Home Power Plug Switch - £10.81 @ Banggood

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These have been posted for cheaper before, but this is the cheapest that i can find now, £17 on amazon, around £16 for a UK seller on eBay for example. EDIT- I have since spotted them on GearBest for
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Got my order from Gearbest this morning. Everything works!
yubious
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OdhranC
I'm very tempted in buying some of these from gearbest... would they be trustworthy?
Never had any problems with gearbest or banggood.
I've decided to go ahead and order 4 of them. Thanks for replying :) These will be handy for some of the awkwardly placed sockets in our home.
Has yours arrived?
i ordered one from banggood and one from gearbest on the day i posted the deal. literally received one today but dont know which company it came from as there was no invoice or tracking number linking it to either order, but the plug seems fine
When I purchased I was expecting a longer wait time than if ordered from Amazon. I don't mind the wait time in all honesty. Thank you yubious for sharing the deal because the price was excellent!
mbugsy18
OdhranC
ScubaDudes
OdhranC
I'm very tempted in buying some of these from gearbest... would they be trustworthy?
Never had any problems with gearbest or banggood.
I've decided to go ahead and order 4 of them. Thanks for replying :) These will be handy for some of the awkwardly placed sockets in our home.
Has yours arrived?
i ordered one from banggood and one from gearbest on the day i posted the deal. literally received one today but dont know which company it came from as there was no invoice or tracking number linking it to either order, but the plug seems fine
mbugsy18
OdhranC
ScubaDudes
OdhranC
I'm very tempted in buying some of these from gearbest... would they be trustworthy?
Never had any problems with gearbest or banggood.
I've decided to go ahead and order 4 of them. Thanks for replying :) These will be handy for some of the awkwardly placed sockets in our home.
Has yours arrived?
No it hasn't arrived yet. I ordered from Gearbest. The latest tracking status updated yesterday. The update said, "2016-06-28 05:56:10 Departure to country of destination"
mbugsy18
OdhranC
ScubaDudes
OdhranC
I'm very tempted in buying some of these from gearbest... would they be trustworthy?
Never had any problems with gearbest or banggood.
I've decided to go ahead and order 4 of them. Thanks for replying :) These will be handy for some of the awkwardly placed sockets in our home.
Has yours arrived?
Expect a 10+ day turn around, that's what I get from Gearbest.
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Bah missed it
One whole hour of one day- they really are spoiling us.
a whole hour to refresh google nice
The hour that time forgot.
My £1.30 a month BT mobile contract gives me free BT wifi anyway, but very nice of them to give a whole hour out
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Just received delivery. Any recommended installation and usage guides?
leeparsons
OB1
Nobody has mentioned the WLToys V686G, which in my experience is pretty nice, good FPV and really good 720p video (for the price). Here's a look at it:http://www.incompletegeek.co.uk/wltoys-v686g/
looks like its twice the price
Yep, currently £63.84 from gearbest EU warehouse.

I was just throwing it in the mix as people were discussing a wide range of more expensive quads and looking for one with decent FPV and HD video, which the V686G has.
OB1
Nobody has mentioned the WLToys V686G, which in my experience is pretty nice, good FPV and really good 720p video (for the price). Here's a look at it:http://www.incompletegeek.co.uk/wltoys-v686g/

looks like its twice the price
Nobody has mentioned the WLToys V686G, which in my experience is pretty nice, good FPV and really good 720p video (for the price). Here's a look at it:

http://www.incompletegeek.co.uk/wltoys-v686g/
BungalowBill
leeparsons
leeparsons
leeparsons
How does this compare to the DM007 RC Quadcopter 6 Axis Gyro Explorer UFO?
So is this much better than the DM007?
All these experts, and non have compared it to, the question I previously ask about. If this was any better than the DM007
​I have the DM007 plus a lot of spares which I've never used because the thing bounces and is well built, very easy to crash and pick up and fly again. It doesn't hover particularly stable, doesn't have a take off and landing button, and the camera is meh, so I would say this is better.
How big is this in comparison tho?
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Hisense K730 58" TV - 4K / Ultra HD / Smart 3D / Freeview HD / Mircacast / Wi-Fi / 4x HDMI / 3x USB £494.10 using code + FREE 2 year guarantee @ AO.com

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How do these compare to the "Philips" 4K TV's Argos are selling?

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4558912.htm


​had one but returned it, for the H43M3000 which is much better
omendata
Wilsh88
Isn't this brand rubbish?.... ;)
Yes buy cheap pay twice - will probably last 3 maybe 4 years tops before the leds go or the psu board flunks out.
Depends how long you want your tv to last before replacing.
Cheap caps and badly designed psu trannys - nasty tv's i see em all the time in my workshop - when I get a Panny its a rare thing!
You meal a real Panasonic not a vestel Panasonic ?
https://postimg.org/image/xc1u1idy9/

Got the TV today with a line down the side. Unbelievable.
Wilsh88
Isn't this brand rubbish?.... ;)

Yes buy cheap pay twice - will probably last 3 maybe 4 years tops before the leds go or the psu board flunks out.
Depends how long you want your tv to last before replacing.
Cheap caps and badly designed psu trannys - nasty tv's i see em all the time in my workshop - when I get a Panny its a rare thing!

Edited By: omendata on Jun 16, 2016 00:30
jasee
bojangles
clayts
The crying shame with Hisense is that, on paper at least, their TVs are actually very good products and at a very good price. They are certainly a cut above Polaroid, Blaupunkt, Techwood, Digihome, Finlux, Bush, Cello, Goodmans and all those other weird names which essentially are churned out by Vestel in Turkey (themselves, half decent manufacturers, but burdened by making OEM TVs to order for High Street chains under bizarre names or, in some cases, well known names - entry-level Panasonic models and badging under licence TVs allegedly from JVC, Hitachi, Toshiba).
Hisense are the #1 manufacturer in China and are probably in the same place South Korean giants LG (aka Lucky Goldstar) and Samsung were a few years back, and look at them now. The two of them have seen the end of some top Japanese designed TVs in the UK (the aforementioned JVC, Hitachi, Toshiba as well as Pioneer and Sharp).
Hisense are taking fledgling steps in the UK and I for one wish them well. Where they drastically need to improve are their interactions with customers (owners forums for example), their links with Hisense China and Germany (where all the firmware development is done) and rushing TVs to market which are semi-featured with promises of jam tomorrow.
Ask owners of those who jumped aboard the good ship Hisense when this K700/EC730 model was released along with the similarly tempting K720/EC710 and the superlative XT910 flagship (and to a lesser extent the entry-level K321/EC591) and they will regale you with tales of promised firmware upgrades which have repeatedly failed to materialise.
Make no mistake, Hisense will be a big brand in the UK, but at the moment they're finding their feet and, in my opinion, are making a meal of it and not making it easy for customers to be loyal to their brand, which is surely what they need to achieve.
What do you mean on paper? They just overload it with features to get extra points in reviews.
Screen for screen in picture quality & playback they are not a match on the bigger brands. However, most people would not know what to look for or see the difference.
Will also see these are reliable & still working in 5-10years. Usually budget sets are cheap because of the cheaper parts they use internally on their PCB boards (hence possible reliability issues). The big brands put a lot of R&D into the front glass to enhance picture quality.
Who knows whether big brands really put that much more into their sets. Why should they? It used to be power supplies that failed on older sets but now it can be very obscure parts. Even some of the leds! Personally, I'm sick of sets with 'advanced' features but still don't play some video formats streamed or won't use subtitles. Some models of Samsung are like this. It seems ridiculous to have a use an external box to do this, but seems the only way.
I have seen the amount of work that goes into a swap over in the 'automount' machines when a large manufacturer swaps from making their badged stuff to OEM stuff. Takes almost a full day to setup. The PCB layout is the same - just cheaper chips on the board. They now make Raspberry Pi's after closing their TV division 'o)
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Panasonic Viera TX-50CS520B 50 inch Full HD LED Freeview HD with Freetime Smart TV with Built-In Wi-Fi - Black Retails around £500. On the website for £449. Also £449 on Richer Sounds. But if yo…
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Just got this from their online help "you would not be able to have the 20% as the code you would need to use cannot be used against sale items" Plus their online help couldn't even confirm the tv's resolution!, what a waste of space.

Edited By: Pigbristle on Jun 01, 2016 13:16: more info
The discount cannot be used with other codes or on the following ranges: All Apple products, audio, gaming, computers, projectors, tablets, sale items, Financial Services products and delivery charges. ............. So does this TV fall under 'Audio' or 'sale items?

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Says Full HD, yet states 1366x768 resolution?

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Motorola Scout 85 WI-FI HD PET MONITOR £42.99 @ ARGOS

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We're calling it a pet monitor are we? ;)
looks to be expired. pity.
Motion Triggered Recording requires a subscription plan, visit the official website for more information.

**In-app video recording and image capture is a free feature and requires a Smartphone or Tablet with available storage. Please note this features is different to our Motion Triggered Recording service which requires a paid subscription plan.

***Remote streaming possible via a local Wi-Fi network or a 3G/4G mobile data connection. Charges may apply.
subscription based forget it
how much are the subscription plans and do they have another premium per camera? was thinking of getting 2
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AC1600 Cable Router - R6250-100UKS - Argos £79.99

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This cable router is AC Dual Band WiFi technology gives good speeds and adds a much larger range to your house. Recommended if you need to boost you wifi to the edge of your house and maintain a decen…
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Descent price
You should mention Netgear in your title
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Clever Dog Smart Camera WiFi Monitor - Blue £17.99 mymemory £17.09

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Update, managed to resolve it. Messed around with my router for ages, but I think the resolution was using a different phone (HTC One (M7)) instead of my Google Nexus 6P.
Question though, does anyone else's camera make a "shhhhh" sound, a bit like white noise or water running in pipes.....
Not impressed with the night mode LED's. Do they switch off in the daytime or will it never be able to "see" through windows because of the reflection?

There is some noise, but you can still hear people talking, as for the reflection through window, during the day it's ok, but during the night when night mode kicks off it's impossible to see through...
Update, managed to resolve it. Messed around with my router for ages, but I think the resolution was using a different phone (HTC One (M7)) instead of my Google Nexus 6P.

Question though, does anyone else's camera make a "shhhhh" sound, a bit like white noise or water running in pipes.....

Not impressed with the night mode LED's. Do they switch off in the daytime or will it never be able to "see" through windows because of the reflection?
Hi folks, having problems connecting the camera to the network.

When I go to the Wifi option in settings, it brings up the networks so I select the relevent network and enter the password and it says "Sending" and then "Verify VM-guest-XXXXXX WiFi Connection"

Then it just returns to the page with the various wifi connections on but doesn't show anything to indicate it is connected to the one I selected.

Anyone got any ideas?

BTW this is a VM Hub router i'm using.
Err, how could it be "clever" to take this camera dogging?

You'd probably end up with a broken nose! (and not in a pleasurable way, lol) ;)
just use a old phone that's got a camera and download AT HOME CAMERA from playstore its free
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Beelink MiniMXIII TV Box 1000M LAN - EU PLUG BLACK 4K H.265 Amlogic S905 Quad Core 64-bit WiFi Bluetooth HDMI Support AirPlay DLNA, £29.93 With Code @ Gearbest

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As others have said this box works well, yes it is technically outdated, but given the pace of these boxes, even the latest one will be outdated in six months. It all boils down to how much extra to get a newer or better system, but I definitely agree you want 2GB RAM and Android 5.1 to be the starting point. At under £25 that some of us paid, this is absolutely fantastic still. If you can get something with a newer chip, more RAM or Android 6 for not much more, do it, if you are talking double the price or more, I would probably say go for this still.
The s905 has been well received and supported so I'd imagine the s905x will be a good successor.

I'd avoid this one now but be careful to get a well supported unit, beelink have been "ok" so far. 2GB RAM (or even 3) is a must and there are units running Android 6 now I believe?

Otherwise, I've been very happy with mine, especially for the price - been very stable and very happy with it on the whole. Some crap software installed, the firmware/settings are a bit flaky, some missing functionality too (no security lock?!), some CEC is broken but it's all sufferable.

Edited By: NikLP on Aug 18, 2016 16:47
It's a very good box but it depends what you want to use it for. It has an s905 processor but this has already been superseded by the s905x and s912 processor. If you want to use it for games then there are some games that won't work on this box (I think beach buggy) is one of them and trying to use Dolphin (Wii emulator) wont even start... so buying an S912 box will be a better option. However for everything else it seems great, as you can see from the previous post most people use it for Kodi which runs very well.

Overall I would highly recommend this box but as it is already outdated, I would spend a little more and get a newer box. I would recommend not buying any box with 1gb ram or running Android 4.
Whats this box like overall?! been looking at several and came across this today! i have a firestick which is good but would like something a bit better. Ive looked a MOJO box but this seems as good. Any recommendations? Thanks
Hey louise, I'm somewhat loathe to give "advice" here, but my current course of action is installing the fusion repo and working off the tvaddons installers. There's a bit of argy-bargy going on around that team, but frankly if you ignore that and get that their main repo is pretty comprehensive, you can work with that almost exclusively and be pretty well sorted.
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64GB USB Stick .... with WiFi ..... £20.93 *Used - Very Good* Amazon Warehouse Deal

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See here: https://www.sandisk.com/connect How are we geeks supposed to resist deals like this? Purchase is not compulsory! you can resist - spannerzone
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sent mine back as you cant just browse to it on your network .... PC uses web browser .... phones use an app.

Not surprised you have to use an app for a phone ;-)
sent mine back as you cant just browse to it on your network .... PC uses web browser .... phones use an app.
M0nk3h
rd3d2

See here: https://www.sandisk.com/connect
How are we geeks supposed to resist deals like this?
By not pressing the buy button :{

You don't understand me
rd3d2

See here: https://www.sandisk.com/connect
How are we geeks supposed to resist deals like this?

By not pressing the buy button :{

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EKEN H9 Ultra HD 4K Action Camera - EU PLUG Sunplus 6350 + OV4689 WiFi 170 Degree Wide Angle 2 inches LCD Screen £31.73 @ Gearbest

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Different colours available: Black, Gold, Silver, White, Pink, Blue, Yellow. EKEN H9 Ultra HD 4K WiFi action camera Adopting Sunplus 6350 OV4689 chipset 2 inches LCD screen display, 320 x 240 pix…
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Thanks OP. Looking for a cheap replacement for my GoPro so not too sad if it's lost! Got the extra batteries as well!
gtd65
exsportssci
Gearbest is banggood as long as it works this will be fine, the one i received didnt focus and there customer service is terrible. Paypal got involved but its cost me £15 to send it to china even tho i got it from an eu warehouse. Hopefully i get a refund as at the moment im £48 down!
Just had a look at the Banggood site and they have an EU direct 50% off sale - all the items I look at are actually 50% more than the regular prices..or at least prices I've seen before or on deal sites
They use the similar tactics at Gearbest.
Do you really have to send an item you purchased in the EU back to China? That sounds like something they (Gearbest) want you to do rather than being part of EU consumer law etc..?


Yes unfortunately paypal told me to do it and gearbest were quite happy with this, wont be using them again!
exsportssci
Gearbest is banggood as long as it works this will be fine, the one i received didnt focus and there customer service is terrible. Paypal got involved but its cost me £15 to send it to china even tho i got it from an eu warehouse. Hopefully i get a refund as at the moment im £48 down!

Just had a look at the Banggood site and they have an EU direct 50% off sale - all the items I look at are actually 50% more than the regular prices..or at least prices I've seen before or on deal sites

They use the similar tactics at Gearbest.

Do you really have to send an item you purchased in the EU back to China? That sounds like something they (Gearbest) want you to do rather than being part of EU consumer law etc..?
Gearbest is banggood as long as it works this will be fine, the one i received didnt focus and there customer service is terrible. Paypal got involved but its cost me £15 to send it to china even tho i got it from an eu warehouse. Hopefully i get a refund as at the moment im £48 down!
Does anyone know if this one is any better or just as good? http://www.gearbest.com/action-cameras/pp_258676.html

Spec's are higher (so they claim) and can be had from another well known Chinese site (not sure if link allowed on here) for $37 with discount code (about £26)

Video footage https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOZspR3uagE

Edited By: dcpk on May 02, 2016 05:11: Youtube link
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EE Buzzard 2 Car Wi-Fi Hotspot – 24GB £69.99 delivered @ Robert Dyas

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EE Buzzard 2 Car Wi-Fi Hotspot – 24GB This is cheaper than a contract from EE. I bought this for my son to use in the motorhome. Peaceful journeys ahead. Free delivery code FREEDEL50
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Thanks for all the information people have kindly shared here. i have found out that I can tether with my phone so I won't need to buy a dongle if I can create a wifi hotspot on the iPhone. I need to do more research on how much tethering data I can do

Hope this isn't another stupid question but here goes... Can the wifi hotspot I create on my phone enable the kids to join it on their iPods, and then play minecraft together in multiplayer mode and join in the same worlds and interact? Would that take a lot of my internet data allowance or none at all? Thanks again in advance.
tovers93
andreasuk
thats a fat lie.
it's not cheaper than a contract.
don't mislead people
If you look on EE's website you'll find its £100 for the same as this, and contracts offering 24gb of data would cost you in excess of £120
Don't mislead people
Post away don't pay any attention it's normally hot air here
andreasuk
What are u talking about?
My EE contract gives me 16GB for £11 /month.
You deliberately chose the most expensive option!...Nobody in the right frame of mind would buy that.
spannerzone
And you've quoted a price that appears to be £22 for the rest of us but I'm happy to be shown to be incorrect if you'd be so kind to show us how to get 16GB for £11 a month.
I chose the option that includes the 4G car mifi dongle incidentally, that seemed to be the logical comparison to this deal.
I'm a bit puzzled as to why this deal has got you so hot and bothered but I'm more concerned that I actually give a toss to reply. I've had a word with myself and punched myself in the nuts to remind myself that it's only HUKD.
andreasuk
You dont need MIFI dongle as the mobile phone can create a mobile hotspot.
Your wasting your money on something that you already have and much cheaper.
spannerzone
OK..... so let's assume I have a phone that I want to create a hotspot and forgo the need for this 4G Mifi, so how do I get 16GB for £11 like you have? or is that a retention deal that isn't available to most people?
So a non existant deal then? :D

quelle surprise
OBH6UK
andreasuk
You dont need MIFI dongle as some mobile phone can create a mobile hotspot.
Your wasting your money on something that you already have and much cheaper.
Corrected that for you not all mobile phone are hotspot capable and or 4G and not all networks or tariffs allow tethering, so for those who can't this is a possible solution.

Isn't a hotspot created by Mifi regarded as tethering by providers? If so they'll throw as many handbags as some of the contributors here if they don't allow tethering.
Though the £35 unit plus P&P and two £14 SIMs from Amazon works out about £4 cheaper overall and you would not be restricted to using all the data in 12 months.
andreasuk
You dont need MIFI dongle as some mobile phone can create a mobile hotspot.
Your wasting your money on something that you already have and much cheaper.

Corrected that for you not all mobile phone are hotspot capable and or 4G and not all networks or tariffs allow tethering, so for those who can't this is a possible solution.

Though the £35 unit plus P&P and two £14 SIMs from Amazon works out about £4 cheaper overall and you would not be restricted to using all the data in 12 months.



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Sony KD49X8005CBU 49" Android Smart WiFi Ultra HD 4K LED TV £499.00 @ Tesco online and instore

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Amazing TV at a great price Only £499 with 499 clubcard points too When it's gone it's gone promotion. credit should be given to jer1ch0 who posted this days ago and it was moved to misc. -
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Of course they're back in stock, these are the 50% returns!
Back in stock!
Not sure if anybody else has bought this TV and been unable to get anything attached by HDMI to be recognised but my TV will not see anything attached by HDMI cables. I have tried a few different brands and so called high speed cables and a range of devices including Sony PS4, Sony BDP-S7200 bluray player and other none Sony devices. I have tried all the ideas on the web including full resets, unplugging for long periods of time but nothing changes. HDMI just does not work. Have contacted both Sony Support and John Lewis Support for assistance and awaiting their responses - if anyone has had and been able to fix the HDMI issue can they let me know. In all other aspects the TV has worked fine.

did you select the right hdmi input from the home screen?
oceanic
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https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9FlClhjR4mdaWIwVjJSeF82amM

mum2oneplustwins
Hmm. My photos from Google Drive didn't show in my comments. Oh well.

you need to put individual links of each image in. not the whole folders link. right click image location in most browsers will give you the images direct web address.

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/qHTz6og8v6qpokj2t4TzwcF0ngCJ0r_qO4yld00tBMoVjqK3vOQeJWT36yJXwnRycKfpEw=w1877-h742
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/QkmBs2TqvVyjsH5GM2bIoUTXe8DmvVqQm22XE5L_XRzEaZ2AGfSEcUE4DoeScDYvuBQHLg=w1877-h742







Thanks @oceanic. Hopefully this'll work.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9FlClhjR4mdUEdqM0ZHbW5HTHc

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9FlClhjR4mdWXBaNHFMdDhfYzg
Not sure if anybody else has bought this TV and been unable to get anything attached by HDMI to be recognised but my TV will not see anything attached by HDMI cables. I have tried a few different brands and so called high speed cables and a range of devices including Sony PS4, Sony BDP-S7200 bluray player and other none Sony devices. I have tried all the ideas on the web including full resets, unplugging for long periods of time but nothing changes. HDMI just does not work. Have contacted both Sony Support and John Lewis Support for assistance and awaiting their responses - if anyone has had and been able to fix the HDMI issue can they let me know. In all other aspects the TV has worked fine.
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Netgear EX6120 AC1200 Dual-band WiFi Range Extender £39.99 at Amazon

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I needed a wifi access point for my new CCTV system as I didn't fancy trying to run an ethernet cable into the loft and I don't have ring-main power up there so no powerline adaptor either. This was t…
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Wireless AC, nice
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Sony Xperia 32GB Z5 Compact Black - FREE Handset with code 1000 mins / Unltd Texts / 2GB 4G Data £24.99pm + FREE Sony portable speaker @ Buymobiles £599.76

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No upfront cost, use code HUFREEZ5C which knocks £95 off -- 1000 Minutes + Unlimited Texts + 2GB 4G Data + x2 Speed 4GEE + Tethering + Use mins/txts in EU + WiFi on London Underground + EE Film Club…
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grubpot
Code doesn't seem to work now:(


Have expired deal. Shame i didn't get in quicker too , although still have a month to go on old contract.
Code doesn't seem to work now:(
masterruckus
Did anyone get this. My phone has a vodafone app already installed in it and sends me notifications to setup my phone. I have set up my EE account and i had to download the settings for internet so my data could work. Does this mean it was setup as a vodafone phone and then reconditioned and unlocked? I have emailed buymobiles, waiting on a reply.


Glad you have written this as seems a bit of messing about. I was going to order today , but don't want the hassle you are having so will hold out for now.
Did anyone get this. My phone has a vodafone app already installed in it and sends me notifications to setup my phone. I have set up my EE account and i had to download the settings for internet so my data could work. Does this mean it was setup as a vodafone phone and then reconditioned and unlocked? I have emailed buymobiles, waiting on a reply.
I was just browsing for a new phone and as Sony aren't releasing a Z6, I thought I would browse here, I would've happily taken a £44 a month contract over two years for this phone, however I'm now getting £50 cashback, a speaker and paying £24.99 a month!!

You guys rule!!
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Reminds me of Robotwars!! Shame its flame red though
Looks like a dead ladybird
First choice was Asus RT-AC88U but didnt want to spend over £200
Thought it was a table upside down..lol
Had this router before. Ain't worth it! Much issues with it and firmware is crap. Couldn't handle 30 simultaneous connections. Buy an ASUS
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Netgear Arlo single camera £87.99 and £10 voucher 4% Quidco @ Maplin

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**READ THE POST FOR REQUIREMENTS** I've been looking for a Netgear Arlo camera for a little extra home security and noticed Maplin currently have the best price. Delivery is free or you can C&C
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Yeah, a bit of a shame but I guess they've covered a more likely use case for needing audio with the Arlo Q range - baby monitors, 1080p, 2-way audio albeit with a mains requirement.
If this had audio as well as video, I'd be all over it
Yes agreed, heat added
windta1ker
Been this price on Amazon for a week if you prefer to order from there

Thanks, wasn't aware. All things being equal I would, but will stick with Maplin for the 4% Quidco and £10 voucher.
Been this price on Amazon for a week if you prefer to order from there
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ASUS USB-AC56 USB 3.0 Wireless Adapter AC1300 Dual Band £17.99 @ Currys / eBay

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Reduced from £39.99 EDIT: Back in stock for £17.99 The ASUS USB-AC56 is a dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi adapter with a USB 3.0 connection that brings high-performance wireless networking support to d…
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RufusG
Sombody bought 94
and another 50 ;)
Sombody bought 94
I tell a lie, the one I got was the ac53.
can't add to basket
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TP Link 300Mbps Universal WiFi Range Extender £16.75 mymemory

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The TL-WA854RE is designed to conveniently extend the coverage and improve the signal strength of an existing wireless network to eliminate “dead zones”, help users maintain an existing wireless netwo…
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Just purchased this exact model in Asda £22.99 down to £15, believe it's national.

You tried it yet? Is it any good.
Just purchased this exact model in Asda £22.99 down to £15, believe it's national.
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Edimax EW-7438RPn N300 Mini Wi-Fi Extender/Access Point/Wi-Fi Bridge £9.99 @ Box.co.uk

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Seems good value for money. Might be useful for making that recent Ricoh Colour laser into a wireless printer. Extends the range of existing 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi networks iQ Setup for easy Wi-Fi ext…
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Would this be faster than powerline? I want to connect my laptop to an ethernet socket but I am not sure whether this is better or powerline.
There's a lot written about wi-fi extenders cutting wi-fi speeds. I bought the cheap John Lewis tp-link powerline starter kit for £20 a few days back. Brilliant, simple, 3 year guarantee. You can also buy a powerline wi-fi plug, if you find you want wi-fi at the far end of the powerline pipe.
I bought a cheap extender once, was an ok temporary solution for the garden but it did indeed drop wifi speeds throughout the house and caused some gadgets eg an Internet radio to disconnect occasionally. OK short term fix but a Powerline/Wifi combo extender will be best.
OOS :-(
Cheers! OP ordered. Thanks for sharing <3
I bought a few (similar but older model, no scheduling) to these for numerous houses and family (£15 from B&M).
They work pretty well if you want to surf the net, stream from IPlayer etc (very occasional buffer maybe).
Streaming from the NAS was more problematic and would stutter after a while so would recommend powerlines for that.

Setup is done really easily from laptop or phone

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bo9dster007
Do you just plug this into where you need better wifi and connects to your router? Or am I missing something? Not sure how these things work. :s

The principle of a Wifi-Extender is that you plug it in somewhere where it can still pick up your WiFi signal (but near the edge) and it then transmits another SSID (or you can change it so it's the same) so that your range is extended a bit further.

You have to remember the weakest link in the chain, though. If you position this where you have 1 bar of signal, the speed will be slow and possibly unreliable (even though you'll connect to it fine and quick, it's connection to the router will be slow).

If you're wanting to bring WiFi to a deadspot, you're better off using the Powerline WiFi extenders, as they get their connection to your router via the powerline rather than the WiFi, so are more reliable.

You get what you pay for........