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Braun Oral-B Pro 650 Electric Toothbrush Review

For me, the Pro 650 is one of the nicest looking brushes on the market today and being as slim as it is, just 2.5cm wide and 3cm thick, it feels great in the hand. The black rubber grip that runs down the main body, perhaps a little masculine compared to the more unisex silver, […]

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LGR – Apple IIGS – Vintage Computer System Review

[typing] June 10, 1977, marked the launch of the original Apple II microc omputer, released as a follow up to the Apple I, primarily designed by engineering genius Steve Wozniak. The computer was a landmark in both design and function, as it not only looked noticeably slicker than many of the other home computers of […]

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Moto Pulse Wireless On-Ear Headphones Review!

Hey everyone. What is up. Welcome back to another video. Today I’m gonna unbox and review the Motorola Moto Pulse Bluetooth Wireless headphones. This is a pretty cool accessory launched at Motorola’s event alongside the new Moto G and the new Moto X. So this packaging and I have to say it looks really nice. […]

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Keychron K1 Slim Wireless Mechanical Keyboard – Unboxing & Review

We all know our standard mechanical keyboards, and even though low profile mechs have been around for a while now, we still haven’t seen much of them. So today we check out the Keychron K1 slim low profile mechanical keyboard. Initially this was the Keytron K1, but because of name registration issues and stuff, they […]

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LGR – Amiga 500 Computer System Review

[theme music] The year is 1985. Marty McFly has returned from the future, Ronald Reagan is sworn in for a second term, and Commodore is about to release a new 16-bit computer right after Atari has done the same. And how it got to this point is rather impressive. In the early 1980s, Commodore and […]

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ThermoPro TP 08 Digital Wireless Thermometer – Introduction

hi I’m Dylan from thermo Pro and I’m going to give you a brief introduction on the TPO II I’m now going to show you how to assemble and sync your device first place the batteries into the smaller device the transmitter and then place the backing then you’re going to place the oven probe […]

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