Trip to Low Yatt

OK, so my actual trip there was to get the 17" anti-radiation screen for the touchscreen. And so, after looking for this rare item, I found it at Komputown where they deal with second hand PCs and parts. The only catch is that I have to return the next day as they do not have the item on hand.

And so, I had to leave empty handed. But not before I stopped by SRI Computers, which is always my favourite place. Maybe its because the staff they do not asks, "May I help you?" even from afar, and most importantly, they do not hang around you either. And they seldom look at you either, unless you look shifty and have intention to steal.

I had to choose between getting a 7-port USB hub,
a new USB keyboard, a trackball and this. So, being
my usual self, I went for this. Its a PSU tester, using
simple LEDs and a piezo buzzer.

It lets you test things from from and to the PSU, such as
IDE or SATA hard disks, floppy drives and old/new PSU

Maybe I bought it because it has LEDs

What is even great is that when I plugged it to my
PC PSU, it works straight away, without having me
to connect to the two pins.

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