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    Default Cyberclean

    for a very long time i've been wondering
    that are there any ways to keep peripherals clean esp. keyboards
    i guess this is one of those ways:
    http://www.cyberclean.tv/site/what.htm
    these are available in Ryans now
    and if anybody tried this product then let's discuss it here
    Last edited by йЦммєя³¹; April 30th, 2010 at 18:14.
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    Default Re: Cyberclean

    WTF. Looks nice. How much does it cost? Might try it out after my cleaning spray runs out.

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    Default Re: Cyberclean

    Looks uncommon and pro. Is it available in Bangladesh?

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    Default Re: Cyberclean

    it costs around 500 TK
    and can be found at Ryans
    so, no one tried this this thing, huh?
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    very nice product. i am going to buy it soon.

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    Default Re: Cyberclean

    Ami 230 ki 240tk diye 5~6months age kinesilam. Computer clean korar
    theke mobile clean korte valo lage amar.
    Purota ekebare use na kore ektu ektu kore ber kore use korle valo result dei.
    R use korar pore abar kothao seal kore na rakhle dry hoye nosto hoye jabe.

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    Default Re: Cyberclean

    Quote Originally Posted by Muradd9 View Post
    Ami 230 ki 240tk diye 5~6months age kinesilam. Computer clean korar
    theke mobile clean korte valo lage amar.
    Purota ekebare use na kore ektu ektu kore ber kore use korle valo result dei.
    R use korar pore abar kothao seal kore na rakhle dry hoye nosto hoye jabe.
    keyboard er faka jaiga gula theke dirt ber kore ante pare?
    Last edited by LynAs; May 1st, 2010 at 04:26.
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    Default Re: Cyberclean

    Pare. Kintu 250takar kb clean korte 500takar cleaner ! Amar paint brush e enough.
    4-5k price er kb hoile thik ase.

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    Default Re: Cyberclean

    Quote Originally Posted by Muradd9 View Post
    Pare. Kintu 250takar kb clean korte 500takar cleaner ! Amar paint brush e enough.
    4-5k price er kb hoile thik ase.
    250tk er hoile to cleaner kotha mathai asto na
    ami Lycosa clean korar kotha chinta kortasilam
    clean korar 2min er moddhe dirt pora shuru kore dae
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    Default Re: Cyberclean

    Oh I just used this and remembered I never posted about it in the forums. I bought one from Ryans almost 2 months ago, does the job very well. I realised that after their existing stock runs out, they won't be restocking, so I bought 3 more . The ones in the small containers not the packet-like ones.

    Still on my first one, but I did see a small piece breaking off from the chunk. I assume this will last another 2-3 weeks.

    @murad9: which one did you get for Tk240? The cheapest one I saw was Tk400, the packeted ones.

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