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I want some useful tech gadgets (really any random thing that could be useful) that are under like 80$. They also need to be sold in Canada online or in store. I don't need anything to do with better sound. Any recommendations?

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Why not buy something to warm up your buns and your wiener? http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16896125086 SFW

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Why do they have this? xD

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  • Main Build - Soon to change due to it being dead
  • 4790k @ 4.7Ghz
  • Corsair 750D
  • Swiftech H320
  • MSI Z97s SLI
  • 7950 Vapor-X
  • 16GB Corsair Vengance  Blue LP 1600Mhz 
  • 120GB Samsung 840
  • 2TB Seagate Barracuda
  • Corsair HX750
  •  
  • ​Peripherals
  • Logitech G700s
  • Bitfenix, Corsair, and Darkside cable extensions
  • Das Professional with Cherry MX Brown's & Custom Keycaps
  • 3x ASUS VS238H-P w/ Triple monitor mount in PLP
  • AudioTechnica ATH-M50's 
  • Blue Yeti Microphone
  • TurtleBeach PX3 Wireless
  • Logitech C920 Webcam 
  • Precision Audio Bookshelf Speakers 
  • AudioSource AMP-100
  • Logitech G27 Racing setup
  •  
  • Laptop - Acer 7750G-9855
  • i7 2630QM
  • AMD 6650M GPU
  • 120GB Samsung 840 EVO
  • 8GB RAM
  • Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 
  • Blu-ray Drive
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  • Netbook - HP Pavillion DM1
  • AMD E-450 APU
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  • 500gb HDD
  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
  • Cell Phone - OnePlus One 
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  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor @2.5Ghz
  • 13 Megapixel rear camera
  • 5 megapixel wide angle front facing camera
  • 3100 mAh non-removal battery
  • AC wifi
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Multi connector type USB Cables.

I roll with sigs off so I have no idea what you're advertising.

 

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lol

I fix computers and computer accessories... sometimes... when I want to...

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Didn't linus make a video about this stuff?

He did, but I was looking to see if the community had more suggestions.

 

Multi connector type USB Cables.

Would that be like a usb octupus sort of thing?

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Would that be like a usb octupus sort of thing?

 

Sure, or just a plethora of extra USB cables for the items you have or support.

I roll with sigs off so I have no idea what you're advertising.

 

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If you are into fixing stuff get a screwdriver kit from ifixit.

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They bought one at work and I already tweaked the screwdriver bits, way too weak. Might consider another brand or buy extras. I know I'm not supposed to over torque but try taking screws out of old laptops, its as if they're locktighted for life. The pry tools are cool though, kept me from marring the plastic.

 

Almost forgot, if you use the extender or use the tool in a tight spot its will pop off and drop into what ever you're working on, magnetic strength of the bit holder is weak, it really should snap into place and there should be a skinnier extender, its too fat for narrow crevices.

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USB desk fans, cheap second hand AMD powered laptops to keep your hot drinks warm  :D

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Actually, this is kind of a neat thread. You never know what really could be out there. Some of those little-known products could even be good.

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ummmmmm well it says it requires soldering and I've never soldered anything soooo that is totally the reason why I will only consider it...

 

USB desk fans, cheap second hand AMD powered laptops to keep your hot drinks warm  :D

my keybard has a built in fan, and I do have two laptops that get pretty freaking hot. But maybe I need a third because my other two are intel based.

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You should get a Raspberry Pi. It's only $35 and you can do some much with it.

I support his statement, I have one at home, and im currently using it for a small webserver. And my uncle has one hooked to his computer in some crazy way, so it turns on when he claps his fingers.

 

EDIT: Hands

 

(I left in fingers, because it's fun to see people's mistakes.)

So I can put anything here?

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You should get a Raspberry Pi. It's only $35 and you can do some much with it.

I was thinking of getting a raspberry pi. :)

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Is there anything I would need to get with the raspberry pi? Monitors, mouse, keyboard, cables?

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