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Description Upgrade your PC with HighPoint's RocketU 1022A 5 Gb/s Dual-Port USB 3.0 HBA. The RocketU 1022A is optimized for external SSD and hard drive configurations. The RocketU 1022A is fully backwards compati... more

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Description The Rocket Dual USB 3.0 for Mac is optimized for external SSD and hard drive configurations. The Rocket Dual USB 3.0 for Mac will recognize pre-configured external hard disks and SSDs, and its intuiti... more

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Description The RocketU 1144A is a PCI-E x4 USB 3.0 SuperSpeed HBA, and delivers class-leading transfer bandwidth up to 20 Gb/s; perfect for high-speed external USB 3.0 SSDs and hard drives. The RocketU 1144A is ... more

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Excellent

Easy to use, allows you to buy extra game content

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...points that usually costs only a couple of quid (but won't buy you much!), to higher amounts such as 4200 points which will cost around £35. The 2100 Microsoft card is widely available to purchase from supermarkets, game retailers and online. The cost varies depending on where you buy it from but you are looking to pay between £16 and £18. Once purchased you have to scratch off the panel on the card...

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Super

Easy way to purchase additional content

Over pricing of download content

...the masses (and those without credit cards). After no little head scratching by the great and good at Microsoft, a system of tokens known as Microsoft points were decided upon. Members of the public could purchase these points either online or off in varying increments as their hearts desired, and redeem them on Xbox Live. Not only would this be easier for the average Xbox Live member to procure...

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Excellent

Fairly well built, good results, very cheap.

Wooden handle may not suit some.

...First impressions If you are in the hunt for a good quality pointing trowel then you would probably go to your local DIY store and buy one. What do you look out for, though? Maybe the brand? How the pointing trowel looks? Maybe you want one with a wooden handle? Personally I have owned trowels with wooden handles, though I have noticed a lot more plastic handled pointing trowels around...

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