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    Time to leave - Simulation is over
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  1. Don't know how expensive it is in the US (compared to whatever salaries you receive around there and the cost of settling whatever return is needed for the medical system to assist you) but from personal experience i'm beyond disappointed with my country, autonomous region\island healthcare effectiveness... I have an arrhythmia and have had it so for years now. Been using private medical care here because public one takes too long to take action and efficiency of such is really underwhelming (poor facility hygienic conditions, lack of instructed personnel and modern equipment thank
  2. Yeah looks nice and the price is really appealing... but it costs 40$ for shipping alone :|...
  3. Yeah, everyone is right here; it would be a terrible purchase considering what it promises for which price and time of distribution. I suppose aquiring a smaller bag when compared to a backpack or satchel would still be the goal (seldom i find something really good in-between them). Whew, finding a quality product that focuses on durability\convenience but doesn't come with a "deluxe or, as linus says, ethereal brand status" sure is incredibly difficult :|!
  4. Yeah, i had that in mind in regards to aquiring it. You are right, nothing is really cut proof - just cut resistant - and i shouldn't take their claims that serious in the 1st place. The features it offers and the style is appealing to me but like others have said it isn't a given product and will take a long time to ship\arrive (if it even does so) and waiting so long for something that can be found elsewhere, maybe just not with as many features, won't do us any good nor to our wallets. I haven't really found designs that are interesting nor combine the usability and
  5. Hey guys, girls. I was wondering if you could provide with an opinion of yours on this "potential" purchase. Now obviously i wouldn't be asking if this product is worth it without knowing it would bring some benefit to me and my father, but i still feel like i should ask for you opinion since this is a crowdfunding project and there are no realistic, long term user reviews available of it yet (won't be shipping until April 2018 in theory but it is cheaper as of now than when released). I never bought an item that was but a mere concept, however, this company already made other gear
  6. Mice/Rats are a freaking plague ofc! = Despicable rodents .-.
  7. Nice. Too bad it costs a fortune and the accessories it takes to make it "worthwhile" are a couple hundred €s more in the end.
  8. Ah, should only cost 2000€ or something right?
  9. Lol, man... this is some hardcore thing right here (for me it is, insanely, alien)! I clicked this topic and thought: I read it and, afterwards, was like: Ahhhhhh, halp!!
  10. Thanks for the answer. I meant the amount of products available, yes. Just my observation, but when I search for certain products in specific online websites (targeted towards European/Global markets) or even local stores, whilst questioning if they can find a proper supplier to that certain product, they are, very rarely, capable of receiving that item by any means.
  11. Hey there all. I have not come across any truly conclusive explanation online or in the format of a video regarding the title of this topic :(! With that said, can anyone explain, in a determinative way, why does the European Union still has such an inferior amount of diversification when it comes to technological gadgets (laptops, computers, accessories, televisions, washing\drying machines, smartphones, refridgerators, smart apparel, personal health equipment, etc.)? Some say it is because of the regulations and directives of each country, but even that seems like a s
  12. Hey guys ive been thinking about the prices i should apply to the parts i want to sell and i was wondering what you tought about these prices: Corsair C70 Gunmetal Black - 80€; Asus Z87-Deluxe - 140€; I5-4670 - 100€; Corsair Force GS 128GB - 70€; WD Green 1TB - 35€; Corsair AX860I - 130€; G.Skill RipjawZ 32GB DDR3 kit - 120€; Asus MX239H - 130€; Z506 speakers (optional) - 70€; So what do you guys think of these prices? The parts that i saw as more befitting to outlive or be less likely to fail before the rest were the PSU and the
  13. They say my phone will get the update, but only 8 or more months from now. Thanks Samsung.... nope.
  14. Yeah i was planning to make a small and compact build, probably miniITX or microATX at best, based on the next gen I7-8700K + whatever Nvidia or AMD will have or present by the time i get the money. My focus are mostly a very capable portable desktop rig but with noise dampening material (optional ofc) and that will allow me to use my current H110 GT. Okay i will try to figure out an individual pricing and if you dont mind i could ask you what you think later on?
  15. Hey there guys, i wanted your opinions on how much i should put my computer for sale and where i should advertise it (i know trying to sell locally will end up in something that will never take off so im willing to sell it internationally, at least where its feasible to send the computer to and where shipment wont ruin half the return so EU only pretty much). With that in mind, i will list the specifications and i would like you tell me what you think (to keep in mind is that all the components are in tip top condition in terms of external looks and have been cleaned). Some of the