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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 30 2008
36 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, July 31, 2008 Universal remote Philips makes navigating the living room simple with the Prestigo SRU8015 universal remote control. The device features a quick and easy setup, allowing users to control 15 devices of up to 1500 different brands without the need for a PC, a manual, or the internet. RRP $349. Details: www.philips.com.au That's smart The smart-home trend is growing and HPM Legrand's My Home system is worth a look. Its programming can include control of: lighting and blinds; audio; temperature; security. Details: www.bticini. com.au or call 1300 284 246. Turn on, tune in Micro manage This Grundig compact hi-fi system provides one-touch recording from CD or tuner to USB device or SD/MMC card in MP3 format. It also delivers exceptional sound quality through a two-speaker system. At the top of the range is the UMS555 CD which retails for $299. Details: www.grundig.net.au Numbers at hand No more hunting for numbers on notebook keyboards with the 3M integrated keypad optical mouse. The mouse is convenient and easy for data input, ideal for spreadsheets, accounting and financial applications. The compact optical mouse and numeric keypad sells for $85. Details: 3M 136 136. Brilliant to watch TEAC high-definition TVs combine integrated DVD players and HD tuners. They also feature the advanced MST-ACE chip which delivers improved colour and contrast and much greater detail. With a high-definition multimedia interface connection, playback from any external devices is easy to connect and brilliant to watch. The MMC, MS and SD card reader means you can even watch your downloaded DivX movies or photos without burning them to a disc. HOMELIVING GIVEAWAY Be inspired at the 2008 Sydney Stitches and Craft Show at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, August 20 to 24. From fashion to quilts and scrapbooks, there's plenty to see. Television personality Kerri-Anne Kennerley will be at the show on Friday, August 22, at the Living Creatively stand which will feature celebrity presenters and craft demonstrations. There are also sewing, DIY and decorating workshops. The show is open 10am to 5pm daily. Cost: adults $15; concession $12; children $7; and family pass $35. Details: 1800 770 222 or www.stitchesandcraft. com.au Home Living has double passes to the show to give away. To be in the running, write, in 10 words, on the back of an envelope why you want to go. Write your name address, daytime phone number and the name of this paper and send it to: Home Living, Stitches and Craft Show, PO Box 6062 Parramatta Business District, 2150. Entries close August 6. The best entries will be selected and contacted. Any personal information provided will be used strictly for the purpose of this competition and will not be provided to any third party. ................................................. • 2 x Mirror doors • Wall to wall up to 2.4m wide • 1 x Single Hanging space • 1 x Draw unit (4 draws) + 3 shelving •1xShoerack • 1 x Double hanging space • 3 x mirror doors •Walltowallupto 3.6m wide Bankstown 9785 1425e Surcharge applies to Campbelltown area Wally's Wardrobe World 2098762i hls wk22 up to 2.4m wide up to 3.6m wide 2.4m high 2.4m high $570 inc GST $870 inc GST www.casa-mia.com.au 9773 1144 Classic & Contemporary Products Reduced To Clear Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd August 9am to 4pm Cnr Ashford Ave & Blaxland Place, Milperra 2046515i hlc wk5
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