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PostPosted: Sat Mar 26, 2011 11:22 pm 
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Clean your monitor
Most people know that the glass of an aquarium requires cleaning on the inside as well as the outside. Various tools have been developed for this chore, including a brush which is moved about by a magnetic wand drawn about the outside of the tank. The brush follows the movement of the wand and scrubs the glass from the inside.

Few people are aware that a computer monitor screen also requires cleaning on both sides for optimum clarity. However, the tight clearances make it impossible to use a brush without extensive disassembly.
Logitech, maker of mice, keyboards, webcams and other electronic accessories has developed a device that cleans the back of your monitor screen.
It is dragged about by mouse movements, just like dragging and dropping a file.

It's truly amazing. Give it a try. Just drag it around with your mouse.

Clean my Monitor http://www.rickysplace.com/monitor/brush.swf


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:lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol: just have one word to say...BOOBS

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for some reason i now need glasses :shock:

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Need more of that lol


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got plenty of bird n bike piccys :wink:  :lol:


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