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Equipment and Supplier Disclaimers:
A note regarding information regarding equipment (hardware) and suppliers as referenced throughout this blog:
Please note that I am in no way endorsing any specific product or seller; I provide the details purely for information and to let other users know which products have worked for me.
It appears that with certain products the supplier can be important in avoiding issues with returns for faulty items, and even problems with counterfeit goods (which are apparently rife with electronics; it is likely that suppliers have no way of knowing if a given batch of product is genuine or not until feedback comes in from purchasers – this observation is based purely on my own experience and the perusal of many, many feedback entries on shopping sites such as Amazon and eBay)