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Blue Yeti 
Yeti may be old in terms of its age but why change something that keeps on going and offers what the gamers, streamers, music performers and such need!
Blue Yeti
Caterpillar B15Q Smartphone 
Being waterproof and being able to shrug off drops from 1.8 meters, this device is truly a rugged one. Also included are the latest Android OS and good looks. Do we have a winner on our hands?
Caterpillar B15Q Smartphone
Samsung 840 EVO SSD 750GB 
This time we'll be taking a closer look at the Samsung's 840 EVO series offering. This particular EVO unit offers a whopping 750 gigabytes of storage space. This is enough space for most setups to be run with a single drive. Is the speed there?
Samsung 840 EVO SSD 750GB
Walkera QR Ladybird V2 (RTF) 
Walkera Ladybird V2 model offers a toy like price but includes all the features that a larger model would have. Let us see if this is the next gadget you just need to buy!
Walkera QR Ladybird V2 (RTF)
Func MS-3 & Surface 1030 XL 
Func is probably a bit less well known computer accessory manufacturer. After a few years of silence Func published the MS-3 high-end mouse and the Surface 1030 XL mouse mat. Now we are going to take a look at these new products.
Func MS-3 & Surface 1030 XL
Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse 
azer's newest gaming mouse, Ouroboros, is a wireless mouse with customizable ambidextrous ergonomics and excellent adjustment possibilities. Let's see if the newcomer is as good as Razer claims!
Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse
Silverstonetek GD07 HTPC enclosure 
In last spring Silverstone published two HTPC cases to Grandia series. The cases' model names are GD07 and GD08 and their most important features are extensibility, cooling perfonrmance and silence. This time we are about to take a closer look at the GD07 model.
Silverstonetek GD07 HTPC enclosure
Lian Li PC-7HX System Enclosure 
Lian Li is considered as a company that produces high-end and very well finished cases. Let's see if PC-7H can face the presumptions.
Lian Li PC-7HX System Enclosure
AZIO Levetron Mech5 Gaming Keyboard 
Need something to shock your friends? Levetron Mech 5 gaming keyboard gets the looks for sure but how well it will fair in real work usage? Read and find out!
AZIO Levetron Mech5 Gaming Keyboard
UDIRC U816 Microquad UFO Updated: 28.10.2012
Radio controlled cars are nice but why not take the play to the air?! Multirotor copters are the latest hit and this new model from UDIRC is the cheapest way to experience it!
UDIRC U816 Microquad UFO

 
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I bought some coldcathodes! There is also two inside the computer, but Ill need a window on the sidepanel! :D

I have also same kind of subwoofer than pertti85 have! :D That subwoofer which is in the picture isnt turned on :D:D
More DIY photography stuff, this time a better version of the off shoe flash cord I did last year.

I wanted a flash cord for my camera that would have all the four pins to get all the information between the camera and the flash to go right. I didn't want to pay about 60 for a commercial one that has just two connectors and a cable so I decided to make it myself. The commercial one looks like this:
http://www.paramountcords.com/prodimages/shortsc28.jpg

First I started by cutting and shaping a piece of 1 mm thick aluminum to get a body for the flash shoe and after that I started building the connection part of it on a prototyping board (dot coppered). After all that was done I assembled them together and filled the hole thing with hot glue to give it some strength (I could have used epoxy for better strenght but didn't have any at hand). The tripod mount is done from a 4 mm thick piece of aluminum and then drilled and threaded.

Camera side of the thing is done from various pieces of plastic superglued together. I got the springs and studs from an old flash shoe adapter.

The connectors are PS/2 connectors (or mini-din, used in keyboards etc). I left the cables that short because I can use a normal PS/2 extension cable with this. Cost for this project was 0 (all the material I used were found by looking around the apartment) so now I can use the saved money to something else useful. :)

Bigger photo here:
http://flickr.com/photos/akeeh/2098252889/Mr. Fluffy, My friends idea :D

Mr. Fluffy... Kaverin idea :D 
Ihan lppn tein :D

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