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The Fritz!Box 6890 LTE is a router/modem that features a full telephone system built in. With 4 x gigabit LAN ports, 1 x gigabit WAN port, and Mesh WiFi its a ...

The Anker Nebula Capsule Max is a pint sized, Wi-Fi enabled portable projector capable of creating a 100" picture with a 4-hour video playtime, is it worth the ...

The process of becoming a successful YouTuber can be a long and confusing one. How do you get people to watch your videos? Is the answer? have announced the launch of their universal, all-inclusive subscription – Audiio Pro

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Smart watches are a brilliant way to discreetly receive notifications and track your physical activity, but they often suffer short battery life due to the ...

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WP Buzz has burst onto the hosting scene with an impressive offer, but is it worth it?

The Dragon Touch digital photo frame connects to the internet to allow photos to be easily shared from a mobile phone directly to the frame, no computer ...

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If you're a YouTuber you've likely come across TubeBuddy, but is it legit?

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  1. Sorry, I don’t know. They are excellent headphones, perhaps see if the manufacturer is still in business and can supply some?

  2. Both the original and Flux have shooting star effect.

  3. The units just have a bulb in, the disc determines what colours are projected. You’d need to check out the available discs to see if any meet your requirements.

  4. Glad you found the review useful. I’m not an Apple user so couldn’t comment on Airplay support. I did have a little try at the Android side of things but soon realised it was a bit of a waste as all my apps can be downloaded directly to the console, so if you store things in the cloud it has full access to it anyway. It’s a fun little device if you’re into tweaking and tinkering, although after a while the menu system can get annoying, it got a little too sluggish for my liking.

  5. Sounds very odd, I’ve not encountered any problems. The only obvious thing to check is…have you turned the volume up on the iPad?!

  6. Your best bet is to contact the manufacturer with full details of the kit you’re using to see if it’s compatible.

  7. Thanks for the feedback. The Pebble was actually really reasonable, paying on a credit card it cost just £96.54 with a non-sterling transaction fee of £2.88, £99.42 in total, that included shipping and there were no additional charges once it arrived in the UK.