I doubt the cops are going to bother on the difference between technical specs on some obscure electronic part.
They havent been of any use for actual accidents, thefts etc, so doubt a 1k wifi adapter is something they are going to be worried about.
Ideally this is where the courts come in -...
so they sent me a 7260 AC adapter, so am closing that chapter, but still a sour taste - and let that be a warning for anyone else
Even if you order a specific part, you will get something that resembles it somewhat (the compatible oem part excuse), not the part advertised on the listing.
so their customer support reached out to me and defended that the products are working and compatible, and match the spec. With the DW 1820 i will have to take a hit on the MU-MIMO capability, but i told them that the 7260N is unacceptable as I have the same card. they said they would look...
bumpy sailing so far. The folks at the site itself are not responsive
The stuff got sent out anyway, but the wrong stuff got sent. the One was an N, and the other was a qualcomm. lets see if they respond
i took a risk and ordered two wifi adapters (7260 AC) from there anyway. at 2k for both, It's a risk am willing to take. I hope this chinese blockade ends soon. Buying local and all is fine, but paying 4x for the same part is ridiculous.
I am looking for a few parts for my laptop - this stuff was easily available in the US - here seems nobody has them
1. Full HD IPS Display for my elitebook 840G1
2. Intel AX200 or 9260 Wifi adapter for my Inspiron 5567
this would be a 80$ and 20$ part respectively (less $10 if i...
Bumping up an old thread.
Right now I live solo in a studio where I have some basic automation in place - lights and fans are controlled via Google Assistant via smart plugs and switches.
Infra red stuff - heater, stereo, tv etc are driven off an rm mini 3
I'm planning to move back to my old...
Turns out it's the display that's dead and not the mobo. I'll get it replaced. Should be roughly 2k given xiaomi official parts rates. Given its a 4/64gb phone, I think that's the most cost effective option until someone releases a new phone
This big phone madness has to stop. Thankfully managed to survive this year too thanks to the pixel 4a. If you think Indian youtubers are hyping the nord, you should look at the US ones. The damn phone is not even sold there and they're falling over each other praising it, and people are...
Looking for a phone with a smaller form factor - something with an approx 140*70mm size under 20K and with 4/6GB ram and 64/128GB storage
Unfortunately options are either crippled phones under 10K, or compact flagships.
I had a moto x4, now switched to pixel 4a I got on sales in the US. Wifey...
If you're looking for an established seller check out https://techenclave.com/threads/microsoft-genuine-softwares.191795/
His prices are higher though. Have bought office from him over a year ago and it's still working