In the 3 years that I have used these at home, they have been exceptional.
Decent bit of a kit for the non-tech-savyy person. Easy to setup and manage through the app. I had these for 2+years before I upgraded to a more powerful piece of kit - but the coverage on these was perfect.
I have a pair of MW6 which provide enough coverage for a 4 bed house. As i have BT FTTP, i've removed the ISP supplied hub, and have this connected directly to the ONT. I've only had to reset this once in over 12months, and it has provided good solid performance. I'm on the BT 500mbs package and am getting +300mbps via wifi. The only negative, it doesn't have a WPS button.
I usually recognise a good gaming headset, but have never heard of this brand. Seems extremely overpriced at £74 and even as £28, I'd usually go for something like this https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/gaming/gaming-accessories/gaming-headsets/hyperx-cloud-ps4-ps5-gaming-headset-black-blue-10187002 HyperX Clouds are a modified studio headphone (With a mic!), Takstar pro 80s i believe. If you're not sure about the one above or want a less gamery looking one, go for this! Please someone correct me if I'm mistaken about the Veho brand, I'm unfamiliar with it
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You will also need something/somewhere to wash any print in IPA followed by UV curing once prints are done. I’ve got the Foto 8.9 which prints great, but there is limited support from other users.
Wow, these are getting so cheap. Warning though for anyone considering it, do your research about the practicalities - the resin is toxic and you need proper ventilation.
Can't post as a deal as it's on ebay but this Voxelab printer is also made by Flashforge, essentially the same but much cheaper at the moment at £101 Mine turned up in two days, UK stock ebay.co.uk/itm…595
Well you'll be surprised just how useful they are. Printed loads of useful stuff on my Ender 5, gifts, utility keys, pump adapters, Minecraft lamp, devil's horns headband for my daughter's Halloween night out ( they were sold out everywhere), vases, power bank clip for the Quest, articulated octopi for my daughter's friends in the office ( they love them, sort of drape over the corner of your desktop screen, Raspberry Pi case, miniature WW2 weapons I assemble then paint, Echo dot wall mounts. Yes you could buy most of that stuff but for convenience it's bloody good. The 3D printed lithophane of a friend's son who committed suicide looked great, place it in front of a tea light and it really looks amazing.
I took a look. The most popular things are mostly trinkets (nothing wrong with fun, but.. you know), and small objects like hinges / trays / phone holders.. which are fine, but only cost a tiny amount of money to buy pre-made. It would takes years of purchases like that before the cost of a printer is exceeded.
Have a look on Thingiverse for examples.
A Very good friend of mine offered me one of his already built v1s for a £100...should I take that or this?
quite interested in 3D printers but can't really think of much use for one for myself. What do you all use them for?
ah fair, admittedly I forget there wasn't much market years ago. Makes a whole lot of sense.
I think its just the cost vs performance really. When I got mine it was ~30 quid, and at that price point 5-6 years ago it was all garbage or mics that required seperate interfaces and power boosting. I keep meaning to switch mine out really to a decent XLR, but just cannot justify it when its only used for teams calls these days sadly. Only thing I wish it had was a dedicated mute/gain knob!
Agreed, I mean it's not too obtrusive, just that there are better options. Blue Snowball seems like a fan favourite (highly recommended) and I just don't really get it. Coming from someone who's used a Snowball/Yeti/Nano At this point I'm kind of just mumbling on lol
I wouldn't disagree on the choices there, but the snowball is fine. On a mount is no more intrusive than anything else really. Pickup is incredible too, but I personally use a noisegate with mine. I can use mine mounted off to the side or under my eyeline for the screen but below the webcam pickup area and it sounds decent regardless. Loads of apps compress the audio anyway. Depends on your setup/desk layout too, obv.
I wouldn't even get a Blue Snowball. They're good performing but they're totally obtrusive and won't be great for team calls. They'll most likely be in the way of your face when using camera to the odd size and design. Highly recommend the Razer Seiren Mini instead.
It was definitely this mouse, I went on camel camel camel on the day it was 8 pound and it showed it was the lowest it had been now it seemed to have disappeared and gone back up to 17 pound, very strange. Must have been a price glitch. Really wish I screenshotted it now
Nothing showing on CamelCamelCamel for anywhere near that price and would be amazed if it went to under a tenner and wasn't posted on HUKD
£17.80 atm on Amazon, sold and dispatched.
Was around 8 pound on amazon the other day with prime
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packed in a somewhat thin & light chasis........me i know what that means... :D .
no need to rush.. .plenty to choose from..... (nerd)
i m going to buy this laptop next year with £550 XD
The AMD version just became available on Amazon, can't find it anywhere else ATM. but it's £1400. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B098B4Z7K7/?coliid=I3AMIXNPGHLL44&colid=1WY7AMEUDCCNX&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
loads off ARM CPU waiting in line for next year....that's the next move (y)
I have this board and it works out of the box with Ryzen 3 series, I just popped a 3600x in with no problems, Windows 11 running happily
i have a spare case + Psu + 8 gb ddr4 ram. what mobo cpu ssd would be cheapest to get on par with a i3 10100 build.
Don’t think too much of upgrade paths etc. A 3600 will do just fine for a while, and by then many new cpu series and platforms will be available, so that you can upgrade everything. Use the best and most expensive GPU you can afford. That move will give you the best gaming experience. The board will do just fine. A board is a board. p.s. The only potential issue I can see here is BIOS. If not late BIOS, one might not be able to use a 3000 series processor out of the box.
Right, and it still doesnt change the fact that a low end cpu is the same price as a low end laptop.
Laptops parts aren't user replaceable which is why PC's are a thing
Not an issue for me personally as have an aux cable plugged into a separate set up, but the speakers on the U4 are shockingly bad ! only know as i made the same mistake thinking it wasnt backlit !
L@ptops direct links are banned? Not sure why? Can't post a link but if you search it comes up easy enough. Refurbished Dell Inspiron 13 7306 Core i7-1165G7 16GB 512GB 13.3 Inch Windows 10 Convertible Laptop A2/8788V £619 Refurbished A2 grade, but for the price I don't think I'll find better specs. I'm going to jump on it, only a few remaining if people still looking.... Intel Core i7 1165G7 Cores4 Clock Speed2.8GHz Boost Frequency4.7GHz Ram 16gb SSD 512gb Thunderbolt Backlit keyboard 17 hour battery
robadub you are correct! I noticed when I packed it away that it said on the features list it had it! Sorry about that misinformation!
Just to clarify, there is a back-lit keyboard, it just needs to be turned on using one of the function keys. Build quality seems decent on mine, hinges are very sturdy, I am comparing to an Acer though which is shocking! Battery not the best, installing win 10 and downloading new progs/app installation hammered mine, however it seems OK using it after this, reckon you'd get 4 hours of Web browsing etc out of it, probably less for heavier use.
It doesn't feel cheap, though mine sadly had a chip of paint off the side on arrival. I gave it a test run, screens nice - no backlit keyboard (since you asked), really light and the keyboard layout felt good to me (a decent sized return key, for example). Battery was one of the main issues for me, it isn't reported to be great and I felt the same in my short time testing it out. Going to be returning mine, but only as I've got another laptop coming that is cheaper and has better battery. Seemed a decent laptop though.