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New review by me over on DragonSteelMods..
Quote: "Today for review I have a micro sim card adapter, or actually a pair of them and I’m here to tell you that they are junk, worthless crap, they’re craptastic! In fact they destroyed the sim card slot in my phone when I tried to use them. The adapters are from a company called Noosy and my HTC one has a micro sim card and I thought something like this might come in handy as I do review phones from time to time, but I was mistaken, at least for this brand of adapter. If you want to read on go ahead, but I’ll tell you the product is horrible and just a waste of time…"
New day, new review…
Quote: "Hello and I’m back with a quick review for you of a tool kit from Tmart, it’s a cellphone repair kit but it’s officially named the Repair Opening Tools Kit Set for iPhone 2G/3G/3GS. Just because that’s what it’s called doesn’t mean that’s all it can be used for. I like collecting little tool kits like this, I find they come in handy often when working with electronics. As far as I’m concerned you can never have enough little tools floating around as I always seem to be needing another one. This little kit it meant for opening cellphones, but it can be used for tablets and such as well. The idea is that they are made of plastic and shouldn’t damage your devices while you’re opening them up to fix them or change the battery or whatever reason. This little kit contains eight pieces and it only costs $2.72 with free shipping, and for that it’s worth it I think."
I’ve never run across the .EMZ file type until this morning and I was like what the heck is that?
Then my next question was how do I open it?
I looked it up and it’s a Windows Compressed Enhanced Metafile and can also be called .EMF.
Supposedly it can be opened with Microsoft Office 2012 and Microsoft Visio 2012 among others but I have Office 2007 as it works just fine for me.
There is no actual Microsoft program that I have to will open it with Double Click, I tried to Microsoft Office Word and it didn’t work with the Double Click method, but there is a way to do it with Word and Power Point.
Yep.. new review by me
Quote: "So I needed another switch for my network, wi-fi is nice but it’s not the best I prefer a wired network especially since I’ve already got the wires running all over the place. I wanted a well made switch so I opted to get one with a metal housing from TRENDnet, specifically the TEG-S50G which is from their GREENnet line meaning it’s supposed to use less power than others on the market and saving money anywhere I can is a good thing. This specific switch is the 3.0R version or it’s the latest one available and it’s a five port gigabit switch that’s very simple to use as it’s really just plug-and-play truly. I have another ‘green’ switch from D-Link and I’ve put that up against the TEG-S50G for comparison, so read on to learn more…"
Another review by me over on TestFreaks..
"Generic, No-name, Off-brand or whatever you want to call it, a lot of people shy away from anything that isn’t a major name brand product but from my experience they can be just as good if not even better sometimes than that popular brand named product. I’ve also come to realize that name brand or off brand, both can fail anytime and just because something costs more doesn’t necessarily mean it’s better!
I’ve recently been introduced to a company called Tmart where you can find great deals on numerous products, be them name brand or not. They’ve asked me to review a few of their products and I have one of them today which is the 1.5" 16MB Key Chain LCD Digital Photo Frame White & Silver. That’s the actual product name from their website, no name brand or nothing like that and it only costs $7.94 and that’s including free shipping! Overall it’s not a bad deal. The frame can store up to 150 photos and has several options and best of all I think is that it has a rechargeable battery."