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Newblesse Obblige

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    Yubi Yubi~

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  1. My old laptop is very hard to pry at the corner and a old id card cant pry it effective for some reason. guitar picks i have were too thin so they dont have the strength to pry it too. MIce and keyboard were fine but i just put it in there in my reasons I thought of getting the big guns as an old credit card dont work now.
  2. Buying this toolkit is tempting but i wont be using all of them so Ill hunt down what are to most use tool in this toolkit. Can anyone help me what are most common prying tool used? they all look the same to me iFixit toolkits are expensive in my country and dont sell the individual tools in the kits. I will be prying my laptop, my keyboard, and mice so it is just a once in while job.
  3. ifixit kits here in my country are double the price of what they sell in US. Not worth it. stores only sell kits, not individual tools.
  4. what do you mean? If it is the material of the tools, both are fine. if it is the material of the one that im prying at, it should pry both but i gonna pry most plastic cases
  5. ifixit kits are expensive in my country so I want an alternative of it that is decent for opening laptops or other small things like external HDDs. any suggestions?
  6. I am buying this USB hub and it says it can read a 2.5 inch HDD when the hub is "powered" but what about single 1TB 3.5 inch HDDs? Do I still need a SATA to USB adapter with external power or just regular SATA to USB adapter with the "powered" USB Hub?
  7. the corded ones are not available in my country and the mini leafbower is the only one that is available.
  8. I am looking for electric air dusters for cleaning my PC. Is this good alternative to Opolar or Datavac? Datavac or Xpower air dusters are not available in my country and only Opolar is available but I found another one that a little bit cheaper from banggood that almost similar to the opolar one. https://banggood.app.link/oGZWBRBKjfb
  9. I just want to know if is still better to buy the older model than the newer one. Unfortunately, my country does not have that good deals as the US does. The cheapest 250GB WD Blue I saw was $5 more expensive than a cheapest 250GB 860 EVO I saw and MX 500 seems to be rare and quite expensive so I stick the WD and Samsung as they are always available.
  10. I dont see any difference. Is it still worth it to buy the old model or get the newer model?
  11. Its because second hand mice in my country are rare and usually, those mice have problems like double clicking, faulty sensor and greasy parts(like the coating or paint seems to wore off on that certain part that it shines). But I like a brand new mice as the G102 seems have problems with my cheap mousepad or the mousepad is just bad.
  12. my hands are small and G502 is heavy for me. I don't buy second hand mice tho
  13. Im looking for another budget mouse other than the G102 I am using rn. I am thinking of switching to wireless so I am interested at the G305 but I need other options or I want to try other mices(doesn't matter if it is wired or wireless but I lean more on wireless.) I just play casual games such as GTA V and Genshin Impact so the mouse shouldn't be that high end but much better if it is in a low price. I just want it to have a decent tracking and low LoD as my G102 has high LoD for some reason with my current mousepad. The mouse size should in the league of the G102 and I do fin
  14. I was planning to buy a cheap asf SSD just to make our rarely used family PC to boot faster and feel snappy as my parents found a use for it for some reason lmao but our family PC is slow asf because it is still using one HDD for boot and storage. I heard those cheap SSDs have low endurance and unreliable but I think it ok since it is just a boot drive to make a old PC faster. Do you think it is still ok to buy it?
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