Show of your best Aliexpress, Geekbuying, Pandawill, etc buys.
We're looking for the best of the best cheap Chinese junk here, /g/.
Old one at bump limit.
I really like the look of the Xiaomi Mi 4i, but I am slightly concerned about the built in Chinese botnet. Does anyone have one of these, and have you done any sort of security audit on it? Does it support Cyanogenmod or any other custom ROM with more security? I am having trouble finding any information on the wire.
I bought a metal model kit like this
In the shape of a tiger tank. Gotta say, I'm surprised how well it turned. It's basically I cute little 2-3 inch tiger that's shiny and chrome.
Got a knockoff Sebenza folding knife in titanium. Looks fly as fuck. Was super sharp and feels very nice quality. My knifefag friend who owns a Sebenza had a look at it and actually thought it was the real deal.
Bumping for interest. Want to pick up some cool chinese gadgets, but have no idea what is good. Can't really trust the reviews.
Also, would be interested if anyone knows where I can find a good pair of Ray Ban Clubmaster knockoffs. I've picked up a couple that had good reviews, but they were all cheap garbage.
How do these sound compared to the built in sound card? I want to use these to make a usb speaker for my laptop
How have I never heard of this cheap chink shit before? I love everything here including these reviews
Anyone know of a cheap lagfree mixer I can get from china?
I just want to mix together TV audio (from a console) with ipod or computer audio. and running the audio output into the PC and running parec|pacat introduces lag.
The tracks took me a long time, but as long as you take your time and don't mind small fiddly bits it's allright. I don't put together many things, so it was fun for me. Just gotta be wary of sharp edges and not to put too much force on the pins.
It's pretty decent, got it for £35 on ebay.
They're great, just make sure you have a couple of good batteries and a charger.
Mine just died after 3 years (dropped it and the front glass popped off), so I'm looking for a new one.
My one was an xml-t6, with an 18650 battery. I'm pretty sure an aa won't fit in that.
Also get the lithium only ones, the aa ones will run off a 14500 but will overheat like shit.
Anyone have any experience with A- panel or Korean monitors? I'm thinking of getting this monoprice one (http://www.monoprice.com/product?c_id=113&cp_id=11307&cs_id=1130703&p_id=10489&seq=1&format=2) or this qnix monitor (http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-QNIX-QX2414-Real-144Hz-24-LED-1920x1080-Full-HD-1-5ms-FPS-Gaming-PC-Monitor-/141715022921?hash=item20fedfa449:g:d3kAAOSwPcVVmj5o).
I have the opportunity to buy the monoprice one for $200. Which one is better? Can you speed up the refresh rate on the monoprice one?
I'll never have cold hands again.
I'm still using the crossover 27" i bought 4 years ago and it's fine.
Had to change the power brick once though.
IIRC, monoprice is just rebranded korean shit, and overclocking refresh rate is a crapshoot.
Search the filename, you fucking retard.
This is adorable
Anyone looking for cheap Inte C2Ds?
I don't suppose it makes sense to buy any other computer components off the site?
I got a counterfeit thing from an aliexpress seller before and was able to get all of my money back in about a week with some photos.
Hey guys check out this sweet fire alarm control panel I found
>The only person getting excited by your delivery is you.
>There's absolutely no way of telling what's inside the package or who the sender is.
>Here are photographs of how your order is discreetly and securely packaged
>Worn when using a condom or not with ( not recommended with ) , pour enough lubricating fluid in the channel name can be directly smoothly into the general , if not pour lubricant , then it is the lack of oil , such as engine , not only difficult to enter and thrusting , it will cause silicone tear . If we look at some of the male apparatus : evaluation tight , it is difficult to enter, too small and that sort of lubricant that is not sufficient reason not to !
Jesus christ china.
>then it is the lack of oil , such as engine , not only difficult to enter and thrusting , it will cause silicone tear
Someone was asking about Shure earphones in the last thread?
Here they are:
looks like the monoprice drawing table
A lot of cheap unbranded SD cards don't actually contain the promised amount of storage and puts your data at risk of corruption
I believe all cards above 32 GB marked "SDHC" and not "SDXC" are unreliable. They'll show up as 128 gb or whatever when viewed with a file explorer but once their real capacity is reached they start overwriting old data
It's up to you whether you want to take that risk
it's probably made in the same place monoprice gets theirs from.
just slap a different logo on it and rebrand.
how's it quality wise, and does it come with a pen? i've been looking to drop some dosh on a tablet for drawing, but don't really want to shell out a ton of cash for all the name brands everyone shills for.
Only buy branded ones, and check for legit reviews with proof. Ordered 2 32GB Transcend microSD's and they are the correct size, and gonna gamble on some "Mixza" Brand 64GB microSD's.
Looking for a nice small AP/router to embed in a project.
wr703n's are hard as fuck to find in good shape these days, was looking between http://www.gearbest.com/networking-communication/pp_47330.html
Think I'll get the latter, but still digging on the specs.
These are also interesting:
Far cheaper than I'd expect.
Wonder if they even run linux...
holy shit they are even on sale right now, might get a 2nd pair.