With the demise of my trusty solder station (As seen on a recent repair video on my YouTube channel), i needed a replacement.
These are really expensive for what they are, but needs must.
I found a reasonably priced 2 in 1 digital solder station and heat gun on eBay, so placed the order. It arrived in a couple of days and has now taken pride of place, within easy reach, on the workbench in the Retro Tech Loft studio.
A review video will be compled soon so watch out for it on my YouTube channel. If you subscribe to my channel and hit the notification bell icon, you will be told when it has been uploaded (And any other videos I upload)
I recently re-acquired a Dell AT102W mechanical keyboard. I had one of these a few years ago, and foolishly got rid of it when I purchased an RGB gaming keyboard. To be honest, the gaming keyboard looks ok, with its heart beat LEDs, but its nowhere near as good for typing on as the DELL.
It was in quite a sorry state when I purchased it from eBay, Yellowed with age and crusty mc crusty!
A good clean with Isopropyl Alcohol and 14 hours in the sun with B-Blond (40%) and it looks as good a new!
As this is PS2, I had to get a USB to PS2 convertor from eBay, but for £1.99 gbp it was well worth it, and Windows 10 recognised it right away, and I am typing this blog post on it right now! 🙂
I must say, the clicky keyboard sounds eminating from my desk when I type are bringing back some fond memories.
YouTube refurb video coming soon, so go check out my channel, subscribe and hit the notification bell so know when its been posted!