What are you...
Buying, wanting, regretting?
I ordered some 18650 batteries for a flashlight and 1 out the 4 I ordered is kill. Looking to order a decent flashlight to mount on my bike, probably try some more batteries. I might order a powerbank and some xiaomi pistons. Suggestions?
These have good illumination
bought this little ir remote so i can use on my tv and others tv
Chinese gadgets that take 18650s: Thumbs up
Ordering 18650s from chinese sellers: Thumbs down
Try to find a seller in your country that dissassembles new laptop batteries. There's one seller in the US I use but I'm not giving his name away because I don't want competition driving the price up too much.
Looking to buy a tablet, around 8 inch or so. Currently the chuwi hi8 or hi8 pro looks pretty good, but it's hard to find a decent review. I've also never had a tablet myself, so I'm not totally sure what the giveaways of a bad tablet are. Anyone here know of good chink tablets?
Does anyone know how good something like this would work?
I've got this Chinese tablet which has a shit Wi-Fi chipset/antenna.
I'd like to use an USB one (not USB3, that generates noise in the 2.4Ghz band) as replacement, preferably one that can do 5Ghz.
I have a few from China that have worked great. But then there's always a few duds. unfortunately in Canada the prices on those seem to be sky high already.
I once got a battery that was literally a plastic tube filled with epoxy and sand.
I got one of these. It's a Google cardboard alternative. I wanted something with a headstrap.
It's okay I guess. The suction cups don't do a great job of holding your phone in place though. I'm going to add some rubber bands or something.
Forgot my picture.
Also I chose this one in particular because the Chinese letting on the front looks /cyb/ as fuck.
Right, will do. Do you have any reccomendations for a decent seller with an EU warehouse? If I buy stuff from aliexpress and I choose anything but the 30-60 day shipping option I'm liable to pay retarded import taxes.
There should a /g/ guide of good bang for the buck chinese products
Cellphone: redmi note 3, etc
Earphones: piston 3
Tablet: cube i7 stylus
There are so many products it's hard to tell what is good and what is garbage.
Owner of i7 stylus here.
It's a very good tablet (actual fast SSD, Core-M, wacom digitizer for pressure sensitive pen), but the Wi-Fi is a bit shit sometimes. It's only 2.4Ghz, and either the chipset or the antennae are crappy.
You can use a USB3>Ethernet dongle though, or just a normal USB antenna
I really wish the Canadian Dollar wasn't so shit so i could buy stuff but right now, the exchange rate makes it not even worth it..
>Not shopping on aliexpress/gearbest/dealextreme baka familia
I'm going to just repost the shit I wrote in other threads.
>xiaomi piston 2-great headphones for the price, they're discontinued I believe.
>xiaomi in ear monitors- newest xiaomi earphones. Did not try them as they were a gift for a friend, but pretty good from what I hear
>cree q5 flashlight-GOAT flashlight for $3.50
>orange pi -could not get it to boot, so I set it aside. Should try again.
>USB OTG adapter- alright for 25 cents. Would buy a more expensive one though, because the micro USB side fell apart, but it still works.
>jin hao 599- cheap fountain pen, but writes well, especially for one that cost only a dollar
>redcircle 600-rotring 600 clone. Full metal, writes alright.
>Xbox 360 wireless controller pc adapter-works really well. Nothing else to say
>Track point caps-pretty hit or miss. Ordered two packs from different companies. One was a 3 pack sampler, which ended up being OEM. The other was a pack of 10 soft domes, which are pretty bad. They are poorly cast, and are to soft.
I also plan on buying some more stuff soon.
>Electronics screwdriver set that looks a lot like the ifixit set
>credit card folding knife
I want to see how this thing works.
>>Electronics screwdriver set that looks a lot like the ifixit set
Looks interesting. I bought my ifixit set for $22, at $16 that's not really a huge difference to justify the risk for me.
Let me know how it feels, bit quality etc if you decide to get it. Since it's still decently expensive there's a chance it's just a ghost shift, the shape and molding look identical to mine except for the garish colors.
>Mini USB bluetooth dongle for less than a dollar. Works like a charm.
>MHL adapter, doesn't seem to work at all for me, no signal. Seems good quality though.
i bought a few fittings from a chinese seller on aliexpress and ended up getting like 12 PETG tubes and 16 fittings. i would have kept it but ultimately taking on a PETG tube custom loop was just too time consuming for me and i agreed to just ship the order to the right person. he's covering the cost of my shipping by adding a few extra fittings so i'm currently waiting on like 9 fittings and 2 wired leds for my xspc block.
i'm also looking to buy a usb powered 80mm fan to keep my modem cool.
Was thinking about that, but then I just bought the regular old needles + threads for $1.60 combo instead. It would give me better hand eye coordination training and give me more skill that way.
Going to learn how to sew and then sew some shit together for generic utility purposes.
>jin hao 599- cheap fountain pen, but writes well, especially for one that cost only a dollar
Speaking off. Anyone know a nice place to get cheap fountain pen ink from? Preferably from China since free shipping.
I bought a cheap pen ages ago but I've never actually gotten to use it since everywhere I've looked ink is so damn expensive.
I had one of those knife credit card ones. Though it was only in plastic. Pretty shitty knife but for the cheap price it was usable. Mostly used it as a letter opener though.
Broke when I tried opening a cardboard box. Though the blade on it's own still works okay.
Want a micro SD card for my phone so I can store music and roms for ppsspp. Also, a gaming pad for said phone so I don't have to use the awkward on screen buttons while playing. All this off Ali of course.
I wish where I live I could have a carrier that is halfway decent that is GSM. Here in this section of the Midwest the main choices you have are straighttalk(shitty and runs off of Verizon towers), verizon(good service but it is verizon, so expensive), and sprint(no experience with them, but I know from friends they don't have as much support as Verizon here)
Help me with this guys
My 1st gen moto G has shit the bed and i'm on a tight budget.
What's the best chinkphone that i can get for less than 200 bucks?
Are the piston 3's available on Ali express that are confirmed legit? I have pic related, how do they compare to these?
Has anyone ever bought earbuds on AliExpress?
Nah fuck that, never buying a moto G ever again.
The thing died for no apparent reason. A lot of people all over the internet had the same issue.
I'm looking for a nice, cheap chinese phone.
Thanks for your answer though.
Any tips or recommendations for buying a set of earbuds on ebay? (I prefer to use ebay instead of ali, don't mind paying slightly higher prices for the buyer protection and all that etc.)
I tried the piston 3's but they did not go deep enough into my ears.
I work in a factory so more isolation is better.
I love mid-bass (punk bass guitar), don't really care too much about sub-bass and I can't stand harsh treble or mids. Sound quality is really secondary to isolation and sound quality for this application anyways, I already have some nice studio monitors.
I'd ask HPG but I feel they'd recommend some expensive shit that I couldn't tell the difference anyways (former musician, hearing loss)
I have a note3 that I got through Verizon when I started my contract, so I don't see why not.
However, I recommend against getting a contract with anyone, ever. This was my first smartphone and it has been two long years of regret. I'm going back to a feature phone when the contract is up in July and I will never look back.
The Note 3 is a solid phone. I've dropped it and thrown it all over the place and the thing has a nothing but dented/flaked corners to show for it - screen is absolutely fine. But I do not need a smartphone. There are some cool things, but they are little more than gimmicks to me. I send text messages and make phone calls and that is it. The only data I make use of is google maps. I will miss it, but I know how to use an atlas and pre-plan trips so I will survive.
Bought a cheap charger to use for a cheap camera that requires 2 amps.
> tfw I live in the us
> only 1 amp when it said 2
Opinions on Mlais MX Base?
I don't have it, but I like how it manages to have a huge as fuck battery without having a 5.5"+ display.
>mfw I already tried that and it didn't work because I have ears like pic related
I think the underlying flaw is the sideways design, I have the same problem with all of those types. My favorite buds ever were the kind that were just straight-on, but it doesn't seem like the current crop of meme-buds accomodates this.
I may have to just hunt through IRL stores to find some like those again.
Zoolander promised we'd all be using keychain-sized phones by now. Instead we have fuckhueg 6" monstrosities.
Anyone know where I can get a tiny credit-card phone like this, but for the US:
Failing that, what's the absolute smallest, cheap US phone that can take a microSD card and play mp3's off it? I don't need smartphone features
Bought a backpack from gearbest once, wasn't great. It's more that I was expecting it to be about 20% bigger.
Also bought a set of mall-ninja knives, all the same shape, 3 sizes, paracord handles. Haven't used them because the tip of the biggest one pokes through the nylon sheath they came in. Also I never go anywhere to carry them anyway.
Currently looking at http://www.aliexpress.com/item/PBT-87-Set-Blank-White-Key-Caps-for-Cherry-MX-Keyboard/32598519161.html
I don't have any concerns about quality I'm just super-broke. I've also got a tenkey and they don't provide the caps for that.
some anon posted this in another thread:
zte zmax 2 79.99
>1.21 ghz snap dragon 410
>2gb of ram
>5.5 720p display
>removable 3000 miliamp battery
>dual loud rear speakers
>nice soft touch back simaler to the s5
cyanogen mod available
only bloat is Dolby audio witch makes the rear speakers sound much better and even helps the 10 speaker premium audio in my maxina
The new Moto G (2015) has the Snapdragon 410 so this is a similar if not better phone (bigger battery) for over $100 less. Build quality probably won't be as good and you don't get water resistiance afaik but for $80 it's a really solid spec lineup.
>ultrafire flashlight, feels and performs like a dollar tree flashlight
Yeah, all of the ultrafires and clones have been pretty miss for me. Plenty bright, but problems with regulation, and corrosion over time. Got me into spending $$ for actually good flashlights, though.
The wired mice are all super simple and reliable, it's the wireless ones that are a crapshoot sensor-wise.
I'm happy using this, does everything I expect a mouse to do with no weird glitches or anything. It plays half-life and cs 1.6 just fine, I'm no competitive placebo though so I can't promise it'll up your frags per second or whatever. Two buttons, scroll wheel w/middle click.
The wireless version of this mouse sucked so much fucking balls (shit, jittery sensor even on a mousepad) that I don't even want to try the wired version.
These mice are pretty cute as little gimmicks or conversation pieces. They work just fine, but they are so tiny you won't really want to game or do precision stuff with. might be good paired with a netbook.
This thing seems like it would be cool in a sort of cyberpunk-dystopia way, but is actually just really uncomfortable to use.
Mine isn't exactly like this, but has the same funny LED inside. It "breathes" when sitting still, and the led changes color in response to your mouse movements. Mine doesn't have the side buttons like this one does. I have no complaints about the sensor or scroll wheel, only thing that feels a bit off is that the mouse is very light for the size it is. I would prefer a denser mouse.
I haven't tried anything over $5. The fact that you're looking for "wired, for sure" might mean you're looking for something on the higher end of the spectrum, maybe, which I don't know anything about.
The three mice I like (1,3,5) all suit my
mousing-needs just fine. If nothing else, just stock up on those $1.51 adequate mice so you have a stash of spares/client mice/traveling etc. You can literally buy like a dozen of them for the price of a single logitech.
I bought 2 of these E-blue cobras as spares, and i hjave had both for over 2 years without fault, i lend them out to friends who need a temporary replacement, they all seem to love it.
You can probably find it cheaper somewhere else.
>giving dollars to the very people that are ruining the world economy
>largest economy in the world
>hiding an unsustainable bubble via government-mandated trade breaks
>unsustainable ventures into Africa and exploiting the locals more than the Europeans ever did during the colonial times
>"saving the world economy"
sure thing buddy
these are my favorite thing i have ordered from china.
also just ordered a bunch of usb drives and a white case for my 60% keyboard
>second largest economy in the world,
>show me the bubble (nope, China's growth is real, because the country is still developing and has a long way to go to reach Western standards of living),
>ventures in Africa have brought greater progress in terms of infrastructure than anything the West had done in the 20th century, and none of it is anywhere near as brutal and exploitative as colonial activities in the 19th century.
No, China is neither saving nor bringing down the world economy. But as the balance of power shifts from West to East of course you will feel it.
China is churning out highly trained university graduates whose schooling standards are still increasing and at this time dwarf what we ask of our students in the West, either at the high school level or the undergraduate level.
China's high-tech manufacturing sector is burgeoning. You needn't look further than Japan, Taiwan and South Korea to see a blueprint for the next 20 years of China's manufacturing sector. Western high-tech companies will have their work cut out for them.
While Western nations today wallow in guilt and try to extricate themselves from the moral maze of their decadence, the Chinese actually believe in their "Chinese Dream" that with hard work their country will be great again and they will enjoy long, peaceful and prosperous lives.
What you are witnessing is merely the restoration of the balance of power: for centuries now the West has enjoyed an uncontested hegemony over world affairs. Western wealth and comfort has been built on the sweat and toil of weaker and more impoverished peoples. It is merely natural that as the balance is restored, as these other nations regain their strength, we see ours diminish or at least stall.
Does anyone have experience with this or anything similar? Do they run well?
Bought universal IR keychain remote, credit card knife, pistons 3, all these because they were recommended by anons, thanks folks.
I also bought computer/night glasses for driving at night and i have really sensitive eyes, i'll let you guys know if they're good.
do any of the chinese make a wireless USB hub?
like this thing: http://www.amazon.com/IOGEAR-Wireless-Sharing-Station-GUWIP204/dp/B0058DN1Q4
Either that, or a wired to wireless keyboard adapter/conversion kit.
Actually, STEM drop-out cum liberal arts drop-out. Why do you think I visit 4chan?
I hope you throw them away after your car crash, otherwise the insurance company will probably not cover your damages.
fuguang 520mL double walled pyrex cup, aka the GOAT mug
I also get my green tea on aliexpress
Never got electronics from there, though I'm on the lookout for a good silent bluetooth mouse
Do you even know what they are you dickcheese eater ? They are sunglasses but instead of a dark browny shade, they use a light yellow shade.
Fucking retard and their uninformed opinions.
>giving dollars to the very people that are ruining the world economy
>implying you are not giving money to the chinks when you buy your chinese made products through a western middleman
My mom just bought me this shit. Now I have to use it or else she'll think I'm ungrateful
>>largest economy in the world
>>hiding an unsustainable bubble via government-mandated trade breaks
>>unsustainable ventures into Africa and exploiting the locals more than the Europeans ever did during the colonial times
>>"saving the world economy"
>highly trained university graduates
The amount of cheating and fraud is so widespread that my department wont even hire chinese researchers/take on chinese grad students because we can't verify any of their test scores/prove they speak english/verify their research credentials.
Our last PM, Harper invested all our money in oil. So much so that our dollar is now tied to the values of oil, rn oil is really cheap for a lot of reasons so our dollar is pretty low.
There is also the fact that other than oil, we also export a lot of natural resources to China, the Chinese economy going kind of low rn, the amount of resources bought lessen, making the demand for Canadian dollar worldwide lessen.
And this is partly why our dollar is so low.
Waiting for a Mi4c and Piston 3 headphones. My Xperia Z2 is fucking up the touch registration too often now (registered point jumping between every corner of the screen). Even though I love the battery life of it I'm getting a new phone.
Also, dat dual-sim.
Anybody got the Mi4c already?
Any reccomendations on cheap chink tablets? Preferably under 100-125$.
Also, where do you guys get your shit? I can't seem to find a decent reseller with an EU warehouse so I can dodge import taxes when buying something worth more than 22 euro.
I would wait for Atom X5/X7 version, but otherwise it looks interesting.
Well, that's dissapointing. I'd just buy a cheap tablet from aliexpress, but on anything over 22 euro I basically have the option on picking the slow as shit delivery method and hoping it slips through customs, or get the fast delivery and be guaranteed to pay nearly the item's original price in import taxes. If only regular brand tablets weren't didn't have such godawful specs for their price.
Hero inks are great for the price. I have the black one, it's a nice dark black, waterproof but it can clog your pen if you don't use it regularly. I don't know about the others.
I can also recommend the Pelikan 4001 line, it's safe and quite cheap.
>Shit black people do
>Claim Egypt (and other places) was a black country
>Drop out of highschool
>Call everybody nigger but get incredibly uptight and aggressive when someone else says it
>Score low on IQ tests
>Bitch about white people despite them being the best thing that's ever happened to blacks
recently bought an ultrafire hwa/wys flashlight with cree xml-t6 LED. brightest flashlight i've ever owned, it's a long double cell light that looks like a lighsaber, but can be shortened and used with a single cell.
>ordered teclast X98 plus with dualboot win10 + lagdroid on gearbest
>taking an absolutely long time to just process
Granted it was sorta like a groupbuy so there's about 200 other orders, but the wait is real
I used DX a lot before I found out about banggood. It's similar, but at its worst shipping is as good as DX's at its best, and the search functionality is MUCH better on banggood.
I use aliexpress as a last resort, becuse is all different vendors you're dealing with.
Bought this along with 8x3500mAh 18650 cells to go with it.
It can output up to 85W from 0.1V to 24V in 0.1V increments, and it cost around $55 USD in total
Not discontinued. I might buy these myself.
I ordered around 15 of these for $1.5 a piece. Sold 8 so far for $10/piece to my "friends".
my favorite phone of all time! Got one for free off of an old gf's plan and it lasted me years. Still floatin around somewhere. Durable as hell and the music buttons are great. Could always t-9 with that thing without having to look ever. Miss the little dude. Maybe I should drop my smartphone. I can always drag around a mini tablet or something if i care that much.
have you tested it thoroughly? i.e discharge graphs, IR thermometer readings, etc? How much of that $55 was the charger thing, and how much were the cells?
I tried a $15 power bank shell (6 cell) and was rather disappointed with it, it was supposed to do 3.3 - 12v but only the 5v output ended up working.
I have 8 or 10 2900mah Panasonics just laying around at the moment so the cells would be "free" to me. Would be sweet to have a powerbank that would work for my memepads as well.
Batteries were 24 CNY each
Power bank was around 200 CNY, including a 60W 19V charger
The voltage output seems to be kind of off, maybe around +0.4V or so at the lowest point, and getting slightly more accurate as you increase the voltage output. I haven't tested it while on load, though.
It gets kind of warm while charging at ~32W and discharging at >40W, but I've done 60W for thirty minutes straight and it reached maybe 45°C near the top where the connectors are.
I haven't really tested it thoroughly but from what I can see it works well for the price and that the batteries I got were also close to their design capacity, based on some rough calculations.
I got two Mi WiFi mini routers as APs, they're 802.11ac routers although there's only three fast Ethernet ports (1 WAN + 2 LAN). It's fast enough for most intents and purposes. I also use the USB port on it to power my ADS-B raspberry pi, so I can use one less power port.
The Xiaomi mi wifi mini router supports wireless ac, but it is slightly outside of your price range at $26. It also runs some firmware based off of dd-WRT out of the box, and there is a build of dd-WRT for it.
What's the best cheap chinese tablet?
I am looking for at least 10 inches.
Bought a xiaomi powerbank, the 16k one, last november and it has worked just as intended, got around 8 charges from it with a sony xperia L, the only con is that it takes around 8hours to charge but it barely loses any charge afterwards, I kept checking with the led lights.
Whats the best chink go-pro? Yi Cam?
Found this while searching "xiaomi router" on ebay:
so it's... a flash drive? but it's also an access point? so like an easy-to-use piratebox type of thing, you don't have to swap BadUSB with your friends?
having a bit of trouble with the chinglish, and I'm usually pretty good with this stuff
>Direct look at the computer a large, fast was cool!
I lile this one better ;^)
Is saying something intelligent to hard ?
I bought a Hitachi 6000A camcorder and the fucking door to the VHS tape broke within a day so I had to pry it open to get my tape out. And it won't record because the tape won't go in properly. And it quit having color, so it's only in black and white.
Stupid thing wrecked my VHS tape.
It's called the Xiaomi Mini WiFi (not to be confused with the Mi WiFi Mini, which is an actual router), and from what I can gather it's just a WiFi adapter with 8GB of storage. There's another option without the 8GB that's 20 CNY instead of 50 CNY.
I own one, its a mini AP with mini NAS (if you get the one with storage).
Great if you can get wired internet but you want wireless for your phone, at work to give an example.
What happens if I connect one of these to a wall charger?
>implying I'm not a business major from the HEC
You should read a bit, a bit on finance, a bit on economy, a bit on politics, a bit of news from various newspaper, etc. This is implying you're a fucking retard like your post implied, but in reality you should a bunch on each if these subjects.
What do you niggas thing?
I sell those in my store, it doesn't have an official app, so you need to find one that works with your phone from like 20 generic ones, once you find it, its pretty decent for $10.
A must have if you need both hands to work but still need to make phone calls while working, the battery is meh, 16 hours if you do calls, 2 days max if you dont actually use it, and the notifications in some models just make the sound from your phone to come out from the watch, while other version actually make the watch vibrate, nearly impossible to know what version you're buying.
tldr Buy it only if you need hands free calls, if you want notification reminders get the Xiaomi MiBand.
Small list of shit I bought so far(might do a better list if there is another thread):
LG G2 D800 32gb (Refurb) - Everything working except NFC since the backplate was from a LS980, battery was almost new, Price: $159 almost a year ago. Sold it to a friend.
Pipo W2F (Win8.1 tablet 2GB/32GB 1280*800) - Works pretty good, except for some heating when updating or using it for a long time, battery is supposedly 4500mah and lasts 5 hours while browsing, and about 7 if using offline, watching videos and reading books/comics. Price: $114 a year ago. The shipping was probably the longest I have waited since it took 3 months to arrive to my house.
Syma X5 (Drone) - Cheap drone good for training, came with an extra set of blades, 1 500mah battery and 4 650 mah batteries. Price: $45 ($39 with coupon). Bought on 11.11
iPega 9023 (Extendible bluetooth controller) - Controller with 3 modes, for windows/android, ios and media. Don't really use it anymore, works great on emulators, ok for fighting games and not good for shooters. Price: $31.
Replica watches, Survival Wristbands, Women jewelry, Xbox 360 Charge and play cables, Orico 2.5 HDD enclosure Usb 2.0 and another one USB 3.0, Orico charging hub 2x 2.1A and 2x 1A, various cellphone cases, cellphone batteries (don't really recommend), Wifi + BT 4.0 Combo Mini Pci-e, Arduino CH340 kits, bluetooth hc-05 modules, presence modules, ultra bright leds, resistor kits, dupont cables, watch dogs leather jacket with cap, Bluedio BS-2 speakers, otg cables and usb hub, air mouse keyboard combo, AWEI Q9 (bamboo headphones).
I like buying cheap Chinese (less than about $8) crap off of eBay and aliexpress.
Of the tech related stuff I've bought:
Recently I bought a tiny adjustable wrench keychain
A blacklight LED torch
A cheap scalpel and blades set.
Before that I bought a retractable ethernet cable.
An ethernet splitter (hunk of junk; I was hoping to be able to use it to passively sniff packets on the wire, but pugging it in kills the network. Top kek that people make these themselves for > $10 when you can buy much more compact ones for < $1)
A new mouse pad
Some female sex toys (vibrating egg that broke after a couple uses and a USB rechargable "wand" for $7 that's still working a year on).
The GCW Zero is kind of its spiritual successor. They are quite expensive though, even on eBay. Been waiting to find one at a good price.
yeah i was considering getting one from thinkgeek for ~$130 a few months back but never pulled the trigger and now they aren't available.
why is it so perfect and why don't i have one?
Owner of Nexus phone with wireless charging
When I bought the charger it came with a 1.8 amp charger
That's because wireless chargers are less efficient, so it needs more power
And I doubt the 0.5a you get out of computer USB ports would be enough to charge tbqh
They are on GWW now for $150 + $10 shipping. I might get one myself at that price if I drink one or two more beers.
Well shit nevermind, I just pulled it out to fuck around with and whatever the issue was it's gone now
"Watch movie in the cell phone"
"Direct look at the computer a large, fast was cool!"
"Send cloud U disk space safer and better with more feature-rich"
Sounds legit as fuck. I just bought one.
I have a Sony device like this. Has a USB port and SD card slot, and also acts as a battery to carge a cellphone.
It is great, except when you connect to it on an android device, android trys to use it for internet access and you can't force it to use your mobile connection.
I was looking earlier and I couldn't find anything with Gigabit ethernet ports, I didn't look too hard though. Chinks too obsessed with wifi for some reason, like spectrum doesn't get crowded enough....
What makes you think China will surpass the west? In the past differences in economy size were due to population size, so yeah, China and India, when taken as a whole, were large portions of the world economy, same as if you took the entirety of Europe.
In terms of industry and technology there was very little difference between nations as 95% of the population of every country was peasant farmers with no access to social mobility.
What we're seeing today is developing countries catching up with the western world in terms of development by learning how they can embrace or adapt similar models of development.
Otherwise there is no difference; China doesn't have different, let alone better, ideas in regards to development. If anythings China's autocratic government has organized the nation to develop quickly but it remains to be seen if it will be anything but a liability once China is developed. If China wants to be more developed, it will require better technologies, better systems, better human capital, developing with the same ideas is not sufficient.
A power bank that takes 18650 batteries.
>>It is great, except when you connect to it on an android device, android trys to use it for internet access and you can't force it to use your mobile connection.
Newer Android versions actually check for internet connection now.
Just get the zsun senpai
Anyone have experience with the TTPod T2? They seem quite overpriced for chinkphones.
Whoa, are those cheapo Shure se series phones?
I have some Shure se215s that I love. If i could ger a cheap Chinese clone of one of the more expensive versions with multiple drivers I'd love to try it.
These TTPods are roughly $100 right now, so not cheap by Chinese standards. Incidentally, the original TTPods, the T1 were clones of the Sennheiser IE800.
There is opensource OS for it in developepment (never gets android) some lowend BSD version has been ported, Dunno if screen works. NEVER update random firmware, make backup first, check board and version info.
I never really tried putting linux on any, but your best bet would be getting one of the best sellers/really popular ones as you'll have a better chance of support from community.
It's my birthday soon, so I want to get myself something cheap (<20 euro) to play around with. What are some fun things on aliexpress etc that you guys can reccomend/you don't usually find unless you're looking specifically for it?
>wacom digitizer for pressure sensitive pen
can someone deny or confirm this? I find it hard to believe
There is a link that was posted earlier in the thread with reviews of all tablets that aren't complete shit.
Read the thread, smegma lover.
just had my KZ ATE's turn up and they sound unbelievable for £8, much better than my mee-audio M6's and sony XBA-C10s, just a little annoyed that they sent the ATE-S's rather the original's without the memory wire, and just trying to find some tips which fit the best as the foam ones they come with aren't bad but they just slide off and my hybrid tips are too short the nozzles, but luckily the tips which came with the M6's fit fine.
>buying cheap 18650 cells that could literally fucking explode and turn your flashlight into a pipe bomb
Well done, faggot.
But seriously... I'm thinking about buying that $15-$20 Android smart watch that basically does EVERYTHING a $300 watch does, but just comes with a shitty band.
Just bought ipega bluetooth controller to play emulators on my smartphone conveniently, some rubber tips to put on the analog sticks, 2 cheap tpu cases for my phone and some cheap micro usb cause the ones I've already got have hard life with me.
I've already purchased about 60 things on Aliexpress, I'm from europoor, AMA.
I bought one of these a couple of months ago
Works perfectly fine
Even works with my laptop for (most) Windows games
I've ordered a couple knockoff Rayban Clubmaters, but they all feel like cheap shit in spite of the good reviews (planted/paid reviews?). Anyone know of where I can get some solid knockoffs?
A jazz spider hero isn't too bad, comfortable, looks nice in the dark, and has adjustable dpi