Saturday, November 17, 2007
The 8" version got a resolution of 800x600 pixels plus WLAN (802.11b) support and 128mb memory. You can also use it standalone without any network and the timer clock can turn the frame on or off automatically.
The questions is: are $249 worth the possibility to send photos from my cellphone to my digital picture frame at home?
Thursday, October 11, 2007
Since yesterday the latest album “In Rainbows” of the British band Radiohead is available. That’s not a big deal – but the exciting thing is, it can be downloaded – for free. It’s totally up to the user whether he pays and how much. The first polls showed that about 2/3 of the 3000 first people, who downloaded the album, paid for it. On average, the users paid 5.70€.
Some of the users complained about the fact, that it’s not possible to pay after you downloaded the album and found it worth some money.
Some other artists like Jamiroquai und Oasis, also think about a similar way to publish their songs.
What about you? Would you pay for any album if it’s up to you?
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
But also the other values are promising:
- 2sec for one black-white-black switch
- dynamic contrast of 3000:1
- luminance 300 cd/m2
If you need a new display anyway, this might be an option. For about 250$ a pretty sharp option.
Monday, September 17, 2007
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
What about your city? Do you have free wireless networks (even if they doesn't span the whole city)?
Thursday, August 9, 2007
A few days ago I ordered MyBook! Today I got it! The installion was really smooth. The two pages for each supported language in the manual are definitely sufficient. After I connected power and USB cable, the drive was found and identified by Windows. There is already some google software and the manuals saved to the drive. And the thing works pretty quiet, too! I also don't have to care about turning on or off - for this MyBook follows my computer.
Maybe the MyBook is the way out of messiness...
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
So lets give it a try and see what's the future of the Firefox.