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netlagged
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Based in United Kingdom, netlagged has been an eBay member since 28 Sep, 2006

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Feedback from the last 12 months
  • Thank you for an easy, pleasant transaction. Excellent buyer. A++++++.
    21 Dec, 2014
  • Perfect eBayer!
    14 Dec, 2014
  • Exellent seller . Promp postage. Recommended seller, A++++++
    13 Dec, 2014
  • Exellent seller . Promp postage. Recommended seller, A++++++
    13 Dec, 2014
  • Thank you! Clear communication! No problems
    09 Dec, 2014
| | | | Member since: 28 Sep, 2006 | United Kingdom

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    Published bynetlagged
    Wii Controllers Motion Plus and Remote Plus Explained

    Wii Controllers Motion Plus and Remote Plus Explained If you are new to the world of Wii it can be confusing on what controllers you need to buy - this should clear things up. The Wii originally came with...

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    Can I record on Sky + if I don't subscribe?

      So you have had a Sky+ box (or Sky+ HD box) you subscription is ending (or ended) and you want to know if you can still record the freesat channels? Well.... You don't know it as Sky don't tell you this...

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    Android apad Tablet Touch Screen Computers Buyer Guide

    Android "apad" Touch Screen Tablet computersSince the release of the Apple iPad which is basically a large iphone there have been a torrent of copies flooding eBay from China. Obviously the apple ipad...

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    Fitting your own FreeSat satellite dish and box for TV

    Fitting your own FreeSat satellite dish and box for FreeSat and FreeSat HD TV Fitting your own Satellite dish and box up is actually very simple and you wont have to subscribe to SKY to get it done. You...

Reviews

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Nokia N70 - Ivory (Unlocked) Smartphone
11 of 12 people found this review helpful.
Nokia N70 - Ivory (Unlocked) Smartphone
The N70 was a progression from my previous Nokia 6630 being of the Symbian series they were similiar to use. The N70 has great features and is easy to use. I especially like the way to use the 2 Megapixel camera as it has a sliding cover on the back that covers the camera lense. When you slide open the cover the phone switches to camera mode and is ready to use (even if you have the phone on key lock). You can either click the joystick to take a photo or hold the phone horizonal and press the...
Nokia N70 - Silver black (Unlocked) Mobile Phone
9 of 11 people found this review helpful.
Nokia N70 - Silver black (Unlocked) Mobile Phone
The N70 was a progression from my previous Nokia 6630 being of the Symbian series they were similiar to use. The N70 has great features and is easy to use. I especially like the way to use the 2 Megapixel camera as it has a sliding cover on the back that covers the camera lense. When you slide open the cover the phone switches to camera mode and is ready to use (even if you have the phone on key lock). You can either click the joystick to take a photo or hold the phone horizonal and press the...
Apple iPhone 4 - 32 GB - White (Unlocked) Smartphone
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
Apple iPhone 4 - 32 GB - White (Unlocked) Smartphone
I have received the iPhone 4 as a contract upgrade from 3 - here are my thoughts after a week. Taking it out the box - first thoughts is wow its heavy and it actually is quite heavy. The weight is due to the construction due to being made of an aluminium chassis with glass front and back covers and of course the added weight of the inbuilt battery. There isn't much in the box - the phone, usb lead, power plug, sim eject tool and a very thin guide. Battery life isnt that good - but ...
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