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Microsoft Xbox 360 Chatpad

Microsoft Xbox 360 Chatpad

  • Communicate quickly and easily with other gamers on Xbox LIVE
  • Great for Facebook and Twitter and compatible with Instant Messenger
  • Update your profile, message friends or enter codes in seconds
  • Snaps onto controller for easy use
  • Compatible with Messenger

Let your fingers do the talking with the Xbox 360 Chatpad. Easily chat while you’re playing, text with friends, redeem codes on Xbox LIVE – even search the web with Internet Explorer – as fast as your fingers can fly. Plus it’s compatible with Windows Live Messenger so it’s easy to keep in touch with everyone.

List Price: $ 29.99

Price: $ 16.50

Mosby’s Respiratory Care Equipment, 8e

Mosby's Respiratory Care Equipment, 8e

Stay ahead of the curve with the most clinically relevant equipment text on the market, now updated with the latest equipment and most in-depth information. You’ll appreciate the thorough and systematic coverage of equipment used by respiratory therapists in all areas of practice including neonates and pediatrics, cardiovascular diagnostics, and the growing field of sleep medicine. Chapters combine theory with the latest advances in new devices and techniques, computer-assisted technologies, pha

List Price: $ 107.95

Price: $ 79.95

  6 Responses to “Microsoft Xbox 360 Chatpad”

  1. 44 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Make sure it “clicks” and then type away, March 19, 2011
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    S. H. Wells (Tulsa, OK United States) –
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    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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    I have had my Xbox 360 for a couple years, but I never had invested in a chatpad. The live voice chat, I thought, made typing messages fairly rare. But as I played more online co-op and versus games, the occasions come up when you want to thank another player for playing honorably, or finishing the campaign despite the late hour, or whatever. Picking letters using the joystick and screen is a fairly laborious process, so I bought the chatpad.

    At first, I thought it didn’t work. I had attached it to the controller, but the chatpad did not seem to work. Make sure it “Clicks” on both sides of your controller. The fit is very snug, and I do not think it was intended to come on and off regularly. Once the chatpad was snapped into place properly, it worked brilliantly.

    The chatpad is a great add-on for your controller:
    1) the chatpad has an access point for the standard xbox 360 wired headset.
    2) the chatpad is very light and does not in any way interfere with the controller.
    3) the chatpad letters/numbers are backlit when you start typing.
    4) the chatpad works fine with the Xbox 360 Black Play & Charge Kit and also works with Xbox 360 Energizer Power and Play Charging System – Black. You do not have to remove the chatpad to charge your controller. NOTE: CHATPAD WILL HAVE TO BE REMOVED TO CHARGE YOUR CONTROLLER WITH Xbox 360 Charge Base – Black
    5) the chatpad is compact with green shift and red shift which allows each key to function as 2 additional signs or symbols (great for creating names for aliens, elves, or other characters)

    I frequently use the chatpad eventhough I didn’t think I would. Generally speaking the chatpad is most useful for:
    1) leaving players a quick “thank you”
    2) entering the MS points redemption codes
    3) creating your bio/profile
    4) easily creating custom character names in various games.

    The xbox 360 chatpad is a surprisingly useful add-on. I can’t believe I used the xbox for so long without one. I can whole-heartedly recommend the chatpad to most xbox users and all xbox players who play online.

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  2. 44 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Finally The Real Deal! Microsoft Official Black Chat Pad Is Here!, September 27, 2010
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    I’ve been looking out for this item for a few months now, and shockingly I found it here on Amazon. I couldn’t find it online anywhere or in stores. I refused to buy the White Chat Pad kit thats been out here on online stores, and on the shelves in retail stores. I wasn’t sure if this was really the original black Chat Pad at first, and was thinking twice about purchasing it. I just took my chances, and I’m glad I did. This matches great with my new Xbox 360 25O GB Hard Drive Console. Looks great, matches, easy to use, keypad lights up for use when playing with the lights off, and most importantly relieves me of the time it takes to reply to messages from friends, and posting messages on my facebook. Great product, highly recommend it. This isn’t the knock off “White” playback Chat Pad that they custom paint Black that you find on e Bay that people are selling for like $50.00. I Got my product on time and for a great price, with free shipping, I was satisfied. Can’t say anything bad about this Chat Pad, it’s great and ofcourse this comes complete with the new all black live headset. Great way to get your game on, and save yourself lots of time.

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  3. 126 of 152 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    no longer have to paint white chatpad, November 3, 2010
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  4. 7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Really difficult to read, July 4, 2000
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    I think this book would be great for Registered or Certified therapists, but as a student, myself and my classmates found this to be difficult reading. We think at the student level, the techniques to therapies and how it affects the patient is more important than the mechanical parts of the machines we use. I liked the Pilbeam mechanical Ventilation book much, much more.

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  5. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    definetely equipment-oriented, March 10, 2004
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    Nicole Garden (SK, Canada) –
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    Fabulous book and one of very few that goes in-depth about specific ventilators, including home-care, in-hospital adult ventilators, baby ventilators, and pretty much everything in between.

    Very definitely equipment oriented and should not be the only reference for the details of mechanical ventilation.

    Fabulous for the beginning RT student who is just trying to grasp the principles behind mechanical ventilation without plunging immediately into the management of the ventilator itself. Great for the familiarization of the controls of the ventilators (large diagrams of the keypad layouts came in handy and were good for practice.)

    Contains good clear concise information on other aspects of respiratory care, including snippets on pulmonary function tests and medical gases.

    Also a great price for a giant hardcover book such as this. But it bears repeating that this should not be your ONLY reference with regards to ventilation.

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  6. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great book for biomedical technicians, September 1, 2008
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    G. Bricker (Illinois) –
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    Referring to the 1999 edition…
    This is a much more equipment-oriented book than most respiratory care books. Readers primarily concerned with the therapeutic-clinical side of respiratory care may prefer a different book. For readers concerned with the operation and maintenance of equipment (biomedical technicians) this book fills a huge void.
    What really impressed me was the in-depth description of mechanical ventilators. Examples from the 1960′s and ’70′s are clearly explained. Don’t snicker- these babies are still in use and understanding them greatly aids understanding the newer microprocessor-controlled equipment.
    If the book attempted to be a guide for both the clinical side and the equipment side, it would be 3 times larger and much less focused. I think that it is an excellent book, filling a definite void, with a pretty clear focus. The title of the book is Respiratory Care Equipment, not Respiratory Care Therapy. I will be purchasing the newer editions as they are published.
    An additional note to biomedical educators:
    Those who are teaching biomedical equipment courses will find this book extremely helpful. It is particularly helpful if you have on hand older respiratory equipment (still of educational value) but lack good manuals for them. This book contains enough material about many respiratory equipment models and manufacturers such that you can obtain a pretty good idea on how any other model works.

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