Audio, Visual and Computing to the Next Level

Sennheiser RS 160

Tired of struggling with headphone wires? Then Sennheiser has a solution for you! The RS 160 headphones offer up to 20 metres of wireless musical joy. Simply plug your music source to the compact transmitter and the music will be streamed to the headset. The musical quality is crystal clear and bass-heavy. The headphones boast 24 hours of battery life and the cradle life will run for a whopping 120 hours.

You can purchase the Sennheisers here! 



Samsung WB850F

The Samsung WB850F is a powerful but compact beast. With features like 16.2 megapixels, 21x optical zoon and a three-inch screen, you get DSLR like performance for a much better value. You can share any special moment while you are out and about with built-in WIFI capability. The Live Panorama mode gives you the ability to take breathtaking photos that will become instant classics in your photo album.

 For more information on the Samsung WB850F, click here!



HP Envy SpectreXT

The HP Envy SpectreXT is a fully loaded netbook that doesn’t sacrifice performance for convenience. It comes with a solid-state hard drive, which are much more compact and quicker than traditional hard drives. Couple that with an I5 Intel processor, you will have more than enough power for any everyday tasks. The laptop is ultra-portable, measuring in at just 31.6 x 22.4 x 1.77 cm (W x D x H). Great bonuses include Beats audio and a backlit keyboard.

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  1. Kevin
    Kevin 10 June, 2013, 00:29

    Having recently been given a fautly’ RS21DPSM, I bought and installed the repair kit. This solved all the known problems (noisy fan, icing up, fridge becoming too warm etc). Thank you.However, I have noticed a problem in getting ice and water from the machine. In fact, we sometimes get too much ice, although I do empty it most evenings. But, my main problem is that water only seems to be available when the machine feels like it’! I suspect the problems are linked, as when no ice is being made, the water is also switched off. Can you please suggest a solution to this continuing problem of having intermittent access to water, and occasionally too much or even too little ice? Thanks!

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