Hardware > 3D printing >
Tiko is a unibody 3d printer which I backed.
To get this working, I had to really push hard to get the filament to load. This was a frustrating first experience. I was then entirely unimpressed with the quality of its prints, even after a lot of fiddling.
Later, when I returned to use it, it seems that filament has snapped off inside it, and it thinks its loaded and will not load new filament. Heating does not remove it. I fiddled a lot, once more.. I'm giving up on it, it's garbage.
I did end up fixing it.. after giving it away.
See Tiko first impressions. It fails, hard.
The PC speaker "beep" aka alerts / audio alerts.
These are in-ear headphones. While spectacular, they are no longer available.
Hardware > audio >
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Time domain speakers.
I rather liked this set of speakers, but I ended up keeping my original MidiLand Inc MLi 65 Speakers.
Wonderful! It's nice, and long-lived. It's speakers are worthless though, but it's a nice presentation nonetheless. The blacks on mine sucked, but that was because it was second-hand and crusty.
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Dell 24" Widescreen UltraSharp 2405FPW Flat Panel Monitor
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Very nice. A little large. Gets a little warm. Can use an external power adapter, but I didn't try that. CF is very nice to have.
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It works with a card reader.
it works with my Zaurus SL-C1000.
It did not work with a PCMCIA adapter and my HP 200lx because I did not have a small size microSD.
SD is easy to remove.
I did this: MicroSD => SD => CF but the SD adapter is very hard to remove. I had to use small pliers.