My first Starbucks planner was the 2008 edition. I kind of regretted it. If you count the approximate cost per coffee purchased, the total is too outrageous. The moolah spent for it can almost buy entry-level cell phones or high-end toys.
The only reason I end up having Starbucks planners? Two things: Toffee Nut and nice friends (of the geek).
The Starbucks Philippines Planner 2011 comes in a pretty red box
I chose wood!
I wasn’t able to take pictures of the inside pages. It’s nothing grand, anyway.
My A4tech mouse gave up on me a couple of weeks ago. It’s still working but it double clicks like crazy. Screw brand loyalty, I couldn’t find the A4tech wireless mouse I saw recently but I didn’t want to end up not buying anything so I bought the Pleomax MOC 300B.
What’s inside the package—receiver and mouse
Upon query and closer inspection of the package, I discovered that Pleomax is a sister company of Samsung (although I didn’t really get what the phrase “A sensible bit of Samsung” means). I use a Samsung monitor so I guess that was enough to lend trust to the brand. Installation during the trial at the store was a breeze, but when I got home, it wasn’t instantly recognized by my computer. Apparently there was a “Connect” button on the bottom part of the mouse that I had to press.
Yay for new mouse!
I don’t know how to review a mouse. LOL What matters is that it works and there’s no more double clicking.