MAGIC SWITCH v3 NO LONGER IN PRODUCTION - WILL RECEIVE MAGIC SWITCH v4
For use if your PS2 Slim lid is broken and as a result- sensors can lo longer be activated. Installation of MK2, MK1 or Magic Switches will depress the sensors your broken lid can no longer depress.
Designed for use with Swap Magic v3 boot discs on the PS2 SCPH-7000X, SCPH-7500X, SCPH-7700X (Version 12-15, slim PS2).
Easy and simple installation. No more cutting. Simply slot in the Magic Switch pieces and away you go.
v3.6 IS NO LONGER IN PRODUCTION - YOU WILL RECEIEVE v3.8 CODER VERSION
The Flip-Top PS2 Covers allow you to play PS2 original, purchased game back-ups with the Swap Magic PS2 Boot Discs. This is performed by swapping the Swap Magic CD/DVD with your PS2 original, purchased game back-ups by lifting the Flip-Top lid. Only for use with original, purchased game title backups for which the original software license has been purchased.
The following will help you identify what version of PlayStation 2 you have in your possession.
The version 1, 2 and 3 PlayStation2 all have 10 screws on the bottom of the unit.
SCPH30001 v1 = Serial# begins U1
SCPH30001 v2 = Serial# begins U0
SCPH30001 v3 = Serial# begins U1 Date 1A
SCPH30001 v3 = Serial# begins U2 Date 0D
The version 4, 5, 6 and 7 PlayStation 2 all have 8 screws on the bottom of the unit. The 4 and 5 also have the electrical warning stamped on the bottom of the PlayStation 2 case.
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U0
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U1
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U2
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U3
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U4
SCPH 30001 v4 = Serial# begins with U5
SCPH 35001 v4 = GT3 Edition
There are 3 different motherboards for the SCPH 30001R - Version 4, 5 and 6
SCPH 30001R v5 or v6 Motherboard
SCPH 39001 v7
SCPH 50001 v9
SCPH 50010 v10
SCPH 50004 v11
The version 12 PlayStation 2 is the new SLIM PS2 model with the following model numbers:
SCPH 70011 CB v12
SCPH 70012 CB v12
SCPH 70002 CB v12
SCPH 70003 CB v12
SCPH 70004 CB v12
SCPH 70000 CB v12
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The 360 NandFlasher from Maximus is one of the latest products from the team which allows you to read and write to the NAND firmware chip of the 360, this can be useful in many ways, the first is for people that have consoles that either the drive has totally died and the key for the drive is lost, or that bought damaged consoles that had no drive at all, with the Maximus 360 NandFlasher you will now be able to use the device to read the DVD key right out of the motherboards NAND firmware chip, once you have this key you can then embed it into a new drives firmware and recover the console, we know this is going to be a hugely popular service related tool as there are many people that have consoles like this laying around that they can now recover and sell as refurbished units, where before they were just junk laying in workshops.
If you are a repair centre looking for a cheap yet valuable USB 360 Nand flashing tool to recover dead consoles, or a home user wanting to expand their experience with the 360, the 360 Nand Flasher from Maximus is going to do what you need and be a solid and reliable device. Do note that in its current form to use the 360 NandFlasher soldering is involved, so before you order keep that in mind and make sure you have the right tools and knowledge on how to solder.
POWER BANK DVR SPY CAMERA FULL HD 1920x1080p
This DVR is multifunction mobile power camera and has video & audio capability with motion detection.
Note there is charging power bank functions and will charge electrical items (Including iPhone and Samsung cell phones and so on)
This DVR can charge other electrical items while it is recording video & audio at the same time.
Memory card: External TF memory card (up to 128GB)
Video format: AVI
Video resolution: 1920*1080
Camera resolution: 4032*3024
Frame rate: 30 frame / sec HD
Battery capacity: 4200MA High capacity polymer lithium battery
Charge voltage: IN dc 5v and OUT-5v / 2A
Transmission rate: USB High speed 2 or more
Support system: Windows me/2000/xp/Win7/2003/vista；Mac os10.4；Linux Above