Denver 12213510 Smart Design AM/FM Radio schwarz

Denver 12213510 Smart Design AM/FM Radio schwarz

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Analoges Kompaktradio mit UKW-, MW-Empfang, beleuchteter Frequenzanzeige und
AUX-Eingang.

Vollmobil dank übersichtlichen Abmessungen und Möglichkeit zum
Batteriebetrieb.

Das schwarze Denver TR-61 ist ein analoges Kompaktradio mit
taufrischem Design und zeitgemäßem Funktionsumfang.

Die eingestellte Radiostation lässt sich dank der blauen Beleuchtung der
Frequenzanzeige leicht und auch bei dämmernden Lichtverhältnissen gut ablesen.

Behelfs des rückwärtigen AUX-Eingangs können Sie das Programm selbst in
die Hand nehmen, indem Sie externe, portable Audiokomponenten wie MP3– und
CD-Player an das Radio anklinken.

Mit seinem jugendlichen Design und den kompakten Abmessungen hellt das
Denver TR-61 auch beengte Stellflächen wie Bürotische und schmale
Regalstege auf.

Dank Möglichkeit zum Batteriebetrieb bietet sich das Gerät zudem als gutgelaunter
Reisebegleiter an.

Das TR-61 ist außerdem in den Farben weiß (Art-Nr.: 10006899), rot (Art-Nr.:
10006898), und helles Holz (Art-Nr.: 10006896) erhältlich.

Top-Features

• analoges Miniradio mit UKW- und MW-Empfang
• AUX-Eingang zum Anschluss externer Audiokomponenten wie MP3- und CD-Player
• Möglichkeit zum Netz- und Batteriebetrieb – ideal zur Verwendung als mobiles
  Reisegerät
• ultrakompakte Abmessungen und zeitgemäßes Design

Eigenschaften

• Anschlüsse: 3,5mm-Klinke-AUX-Eingang
• manueller Sendertuner
• schwarze Klavierlack-Optik
• beleuchtete Frequenzanzeige
• ausziehbare Teleskopantenne
• Stromversorgung: 230V, 50Hz  oder 4 x AA-Batterie (Batterie nicht im Lieferumfang
  enthalten)

Lieferumfang

• 1x Gerät
• 1x 3,5mm-Klinke-Kabel
• deutsche Anleitung (+ Eng,  Schwe, Dänisch)

Abmessungen

• 23 x 13 x 15,6 cm (LxHxB)
• Gewicht: 1,62 kgAM/FM-Radio
AUX-In für MP3-Player
Lackierung: Pianolack schwarz
Netzkabel, Batteriebetrieb
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Why is America afraid of strong African-American Women?

My mouth nearly dropped to the floor when the announcer said baby boomer diva Vivica A. Fox and her partner were in the bottom two in the Dancing with the Stars competition. How could that be? She and fellow competitor Monique Coleman brave stellar performances and, according to the professional judges, they both earned the right to move on to the next round.

But wait a minute! America had a say in who would stay and who would have to leave. So I guess that explains why Ms. Vivica was voted off the show.

Let's face it, since the beginning of this year's dancing competition, the actress has made us all aware of how good she is. If she did not say it verbally, her facial expressions surely did. There were even times when we might've thought she was dancing alone since she rarely allowed her partner to make any comments. But neglectless, she gave a top notch performance week after week which has to make you question the actions of the voting public. Maybe if Vivica's demeanor had been more like Monique's she would be moving on to the next round. Maybe if she had a sad story to tell about a near crippling injury during childhood, she would be returning to the dance floor. But no – -all this self-confident diva had was "attitude" and plenty of it. That may have proven to be more than America was willing to tolerate.

I can just hear someone in America's Heartland saying as she is dialing in her voice, "Vivica, darling, you can dance around and look gorgeous all you want but we rather do not have you point out your superior dancing skills and exuberate such an Air of confidence. "

Not long ago, there was another African-American female who displayed an air of confidence and made a lot of noise on "The View." She gone now too.

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Source by Beverly Mahone

PopSockets PS04317 „Sound“

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Ausziehen, Aufstellen, Festhalten, Zusammenklappen und alles wieder von vorne – PopSockets sind einfach genial, um die Griffigkeit und Handhabung deines Smartphones zu verbessern.
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The Great Southern Touring Route – 5 Day Self-Drive Itinerary

Melbourne – Apollo Bay – Port Fairy – Halls Gap – Ballarat – Melbourne

Total Distance 792kms

Highlights

  • Werribee Open Range Zoo
  • Surfworld
  • Otway Fly
  • Twelve Apostles
  • Port Campbell National Park
  • Sovereign Hill
  • Grampians National Park
  • Ballarat Wildlife Park
  • Eureka Center
  • Victoria Wineries

The Great Southern Touring Route offers the very best of Victoria's attractions – stunning coastal and inland scenery, history and heritage all in a circular route connecting Melbourne to 3 of Victoria's regional cities – Geelong, Warrnambool and Ballarat. The flexible, compact touring route is a unique and diverse driving experience, providing links with the internationally acclaimed Great Ocean Road, the natural wonders of the Grampians National Park and the historic Ballarat goldfields.

Pickup car hire Melbourne.

Day 1 – Melbourne to Apollo Bay (184km, 2 hrs 45 mins)

From Melbourne travel toward Geelong along the Princess Highway, stopping at Werribee Park which features an award winning historic mansion and the Werribee Open Range Zoo, an Out of Africa adventure. Geelong's new waterfront is a popular attraction to take a break.

Then it's on to Torquay Australia's surfing capital with beautiful beaches, a surfing museum, and a great shopping center devoted to surfwear and surfing merchandise. Torquay is the official start of the Great Ocean Road, where it begins to wind its way though Angelsea and onto Lorne. With the ocean on one side and rainforest behind, Lorne is a cosmopolitan beachside destination, popular for swimming and surfing. Restaurants, cafés and boutique shops adorn the street overlooking the bay.

The road hugs the coastline to Apollo Bay, providing spectacular lookout opportunities along the way. Apollo Bay is set in the picturesque green foothills of the Great Otway National Park and boasts long sandy beaches and deep-blue sea. Sample some freshly eaten seafood.

Overnight: Apollo Bay

Day 2 – Apollo Bay to Port Fairy (193km, 2 hrs 45 mins)

The Great Ocean Road briefly leaves the coast as you head through the Great Otway National Park where you'll marvel at mighty fern gullies, huge trees, beautiful waters and native animals in the lush temperate rainforest. For a bird's eye view, take a walk along the 600 meter long Otway Fly Tree Top canopy walk.

As the Great Ocean Road returns to the coast, the majesty of the Port Campbell National Park quickly begins to unfold. Colossal rock stacks soar from the ocean floor and blowholes roar with spouting water. The massive Twelve Apostles are a highlight of the whole trip. See them from the boardwalk or for truly awe-inspiring scenery and breathtaking photographic opportunities take a helicopter flight with Great Ocean Road Helicopters. More of nature's beauty is reflected in the Bay of Islands Coastal Park on the drive to Warrnambool. The picturesque city overlooks the deep blue of the Southern Ocean and has a fascinating maritime history. Visit Flagstaff Hill, a recreated 19th century maritime village and in the evening experience 'Shipwrecked', a sound and laser spectacular that tells the tragic story of the Loch Ard disaster on a 9-meter aqua screen.

On the way to Port Fairy, visit Tower Hill to intimately observe Australian wildlife in a dormant volcano or experience bush culture with Worn Gundidj, the local Aboriginals. Travel a further 10 minutes along the road to the historic fishing village of Port Fairy. Steeped in history and charm, Port Fairy's culture and architecture have been beautifully preserved.

Overnight: Port Fairy.

Day 3 – Port Fairy to Halls Gap (158kms, 2 hrs)

The Great Southern Touring Route leaves the coast near Port Fairy and travels north toward the Grampians National Park. Along the way, character packed country towns provide a glimpse of Australian life. Coming the Grampians, the pristine beauty and strength of the ranges becomes apparent as they begin to dominate the horizon. In the Grampians National Park, you'll discover hidden valleys, waterfalls, lakes and wildlife. Explore the region on one of the many walks in the magnificent Halls Gap are and soak up the breathtaking views from the spectacular lookouts. Take a tour to see Koori rock art within the park and learn about the local Aboriginal culture at Brambuck. For the adventurous, Grampians Adventure Services provides rock climbing, abseiling, mountain biking, guided walks, canoeing and kayaking.

Overnight: Halls Gap

Day 4 – Halls Gap to Ballarat (142kms, 1 hr 45 mins)

The touring route continues onto Ballarat and along the way you can take a self-guided tour of the wine regions of the Pyrenees, Grampians and Ballarat and learning the intimate secrets of some of Australia's best cool-climate wines.

In Ararat you'll find Gum San Chinese Heritage Center, which re-lives the journey and story of gold prospects from Southern China and their discovery of Australia's largest alluvial goldfield.

The legacy of the boom from the gold rush days is evident in the majestic architecture and wide tree-lined streets of Ballarat. Strike gold at Sovereign Hill, the city's major attraction recreating the gold fever that gripped Australia in the 1850's. Sovereign Hill is brought to life in this outdoor living museum, which features a working bakery, blacksmith, lolly shop and main street troopers. At night 'Blood on the Southern Cross' depicts the 1854 Eureka Stockade, the only civil uprising when miners taken on the authorities. It's a spectacular sound and light show not to miss!

Overnight: Ballarat

Day 5 – Ballarat to Melbourne (115 kms, 1.5 hrs)

Spend the day looking around Ballarat, as it boasts a number of other great attractions including the Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, beautiful botanic gardens, the Eureka Center and a wildlife park. At Ballarat Wildlife Park enjoy close contact with Australian native animals. Feed the free-roaming kangaroos, watch crocodiles and Tasmanian Devil feedings, and participate in koala and wombat photo opportunities.

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Source by Ivana Nikolic

Advantages of Mobile Internet – Connectivity on the Go

What a wonderful resource mobile internet can be. Only a few decades ago, the possibilities of being able to access a private phone, email, satellite navigation, internet information and services etc, from a tiny handset no bigger than the average wallet, were unheard of. Modern cell phone technology enables incredibly fast downloading and there is very little that can be done on a standard sized computer that cannot be done on a mobile internet facility.

The obvious advantages of mobile internet technology include a range of functions imperative to modern business executives on the move and a time efficient program of productivity previously impossible via conventional facilities that required the operator to be in a static office environment. A conventional QWERTY keyboard is now offered with a range of mobiles, to enable the user a more traditional browsing experience. Messaging is incredibly advanced and most mobiles are now equipped with a more than adequate memory and sometimes supplied with a complimentary memory card as back up.

A great asset is A-GPS with compass installed, so that networking sites are updated automatically. Videos, music and multi function systems may be stored and used for client presentation and board room conferencing. This tiny mobile office can be utilised to enhance just about any administrative or marketing activity from the palm of your hand and it also doubles as an entertainment centre when your working day is done as it can show DVD’s from stock, be used as a camera and tune in to radio.

Bluetooth technology now enables travelling reps to be constantly in touch with your headquarters and also facilitates on site instructional presentation to ensure the job is carried out efficiently. Internet availability can make a big difference to technological upgrades and ensures your company keeps up with new products.

An incredible advantage of using cell phone internet is that you can gain the freedom of being able to work anywhere, not just from the office or from home. As long as there is an internet facility, you can use your mobile to browse, download and use all of the internet services available from your home PC. This freedom has provided an entire new business concept for those who have an offshore or remote working environment who also wish to stay closely connected with a commercial or home office.

Mobile phone internet reduces stress levels considerably for those who are caught in travel delays between customer calls as it is possible to not only catch up with office administration but also to watch a movie or listen to music to fill time that would otherwise be wasted.

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Source by Brian Jordan Woods

Grothe Funkgong Steckdosen Set, 6 Melodien Mistral 400, 1502005

Grothe Funkgong Steckdosen Set, 6 Melodien Mistral 400, 1502005

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