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Discussion in 'Other hardware discussions' started by tech.junkie, Aug 19, 2007.
Anyone here who uses CDR-King's TV Wall mounts?
Are they reliable?
I bought a 32-inch TV last week and since the store ran out of wall mounts, they suggested I just purchase one from CDR King.
Yeah, they're pretty much reliable. I've never seen a single thread about falling flat screen TV's yet.
Yup. Used mine for three years until we moved out of the condo. Never had issues. Make sure to check the screws that come with
mini wireless-N router with USB charging port. Got one instead of a USB to LAN adapter.
A lighter alternative is the USB-powered version. The included micro USB cable tends to snag though.
a 10,000 mah power bank!
stereo bluetooth dongle for my car. Pairs well with my iphone 6 [emoji1]
Their Micro SD adapter to Lightning Cable connector is really good. No problems so far.
No funds / no activity warranting a GoPro... Trying this out instead [emoji5]️[emoji4][emoji16][emoji12]
So far, so good [emoji5]️[emoji4][emoji106]
How much do they sell this for?
Php 3,380 sir ü
@jillsingian I hope you could post a sample video on YT or wherever you prefer.
Awesome!! Planning to buy one too. Can you please post photos taken? Thanks
It seems to be a good buy at Php 3,380... Was able to test drive it for both photo and video... Can link with the iPhone and android via an app... Can use the phone as a monitor and access photos and videos via wifi... Unfortunately haven't been able to transfer HD vid via wifi... Had to physically move them through the micro SD card...
I'll post samples when I get to shoot something more exciting [emoji5][emoji5][emoji5]
What app did you use?
My CDRK tablet stand... Well, sorta...
I needed one in a pinch, so there. I don't expect it to last long.... being CDRK and all.
Looks nice and organic. Must've cost you a lot.
On a more serious note, their computer mice (mouses?) are decent actually. I hate those earphones the most. A pair didn't last three days with me, or maybe that's just me though.
I just got a CDR-King UPS (Php 1,990.00). 1000KVA or about 700 watts. It's really big, almost the length of a mini CPU. It's got a built in AVR as well. So far, so good. Hope this thing lasts.
It's still P1990? Christ. I bought one of those almost three years ago at that price!
It's still going strong, although the power reserve time has dropped from fifteen minutes to less than five.
Here's my review from 2012.
Yes, still P1,990.00. And I actually remembered your review and looked it up before I purchased the unit. Hahaha. I always liked the CDR king product reviews at Technoodling. Good to know UPS still working up to now