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How To Detect Hidden Spy Camera

iTeki Spy Camera Detector PenWorried about your privacy being encroached? Want to save yourself from potential embarrassment? Worried that public areas such as changing rooms are fixed with spy cameras? We all do not want to be the victim of voyeurism and therefore we must protect ourselves.

If you travel a lot and stay from hotel to hotel, protect yourself by getting one of these spy camera detectors. This gadget is shaped as a pen which makes carrying around easy and help you not to forget. Simply pack the iTeki Wireless Camera Detector Pen in your suitcase and leave it there. This potential “embarrassment-saver” will then be with you whenever you travel. It’s not expensive (USD16), so you can buy one for each suitcase that you own.

This pen is simple to use. Simply point the pen around the hotel room or any private areas or better still, walk along furnitures and walls as well as places where spy cameras can potentially be placed. If a wireless spy camera is detected, the pen’s tip will emit colourful flashes. Now, protect yourself.


Thinking of Buying a LCD TV

Samsung LCD TV

After scouting around electrical shops, specialty shops, shopping centers and shopping malls, I was led to believe that one of the best LCD TVs around is of the Samsung brand and more specifically, the Samsung LN-T4665F which is a 46-inch LCD HDTV. Even without switching it on, the LCD TV itself is a head-turner; many thanks to its glossy finish and round blueish power-on switch.

I have just purchased a DELL 22″ Widescreen LCD monitor last week at rock bottom prices for my home office and now my hands are itching to replace the Sony Wega television that I have in my living room. I sure hope my wallet can keep up to my buying nature :o .

If I do purchase this magnificent TV, it’s going to be the most expensive single item in my house (apart from the house). Not only is my computer monitor flat, my TV is going to be flat and all that will flatten my wallet. Do you own a LCD TV? Tell me all about it; the goods, the bads and the ugly.

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Transitioning from Windows to Mac

Apple PowerBook G4I have just laid my hands on a beautiful [tag]Apple[/tag] 15″ [tag]PowerBook[/tag] G4. The unit came dirty with food leftovers on the keyboards, trackpad and screen. I took the liberty of cleaning up this sexy piece of machinery and in about 30 minutes, it looks brand new.

This particular model of Apple product has been discontinued and replaced with the Intel based MacBook Pro. What am I doing with this machine, you asked. This unit in my hands is up for sale and I am contemplating buying it. My worry is really the cost of maintaining an obsolete Apple machine and the fact that I have been a Windows user for as long as I could remember (circa 15 years).

I have heard so many good things about the Mac and now that I can really afford to own one, I can’t decide. A few of my friends who made the [tag]switch from Windows to Mac[/tag] swore that they won’t be supporting Bill Gates and his Windows anymore. MacOS has really converted my friends based on it functionalities, ease of use and reliability.

Tough decisions in life, isn’t it.
p.s. Blogged this using Firefox on MacOS X on PowerBook G4 on Apple.


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