A few years back my wife purchased the fancy new Garmin Edge 1000 cycling computer. Unfortunately it was not a happy marriage. Pretty soon, the device wanted to update its maps. As maps are increasing in size, the latest map didn’t fit on the device itself and it required an SD card for additional storage. So far, not a big issue. However, she was one of the few who never got an SD card working in the Edge 1000.Continue reading Using Garmin Edge 1000 without SD card
In the recent holiday season I got this great present; a Philips wireless Bluetooth headphones SHB9150! Setting up a Bluetooth connection with my HTC One (M7) smart phone was very easy and took less than a minute. Another minute was spend setting the SHB9150 to fit to the size of my head. And I was ready to enjoy the music! Here’s a small review.
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Samsung launched the CL65 with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and a high-resolution 3.5 inch touch LCD. The Samsung CL65 is equipped with dual image stabilization and will offer 720p HD video recording at 30 fps in H.264 format. Most important here: it has built-in GPS and Geo-tagging capability! In Europe this camera is known as Samsung ST1000.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7 / TZ10 has a compact superzoom and GPS. It has a ‘Power O.I.S’ image stabilization system, the Full P/A/S/M control modes increase its photographer appeal. The 12x optical zoom enables shooting pictures from a distance.
In 2008 Nikon announced its new top-of-the-line Performance series COOLPIX model, the P6000, Nikon’s first camera with built-in GPS.
The camera’s image quality is guaranteed by an effective 13.5 megapixels, the wide-angle 4x zoom NIKKOR lens including 2 ED glass elements and Nikon’s image-processing system EXPEED. It features built-in GPS, RAW support, an integrated Ethernet connector and a 2.7-inch high-resolution TFT screen.
The Dymo LetraTag LT-100T is a very robust, easy to use and affordable label printer. All you need to do is insert 4 AA batteries and insert a label cartridge and off you go! But what if it doesn’t go?
A few years ago I gave away all my Cd’s as my complete music collection is stored on the hard disk of my PC. However, the build in speakers of the all in one PC aren’t good enough to fill my living room. But how to get a decent audio quality from a device which should preferably be put on a book shelve 7 meters away without having to lay ugly and inconvenient cables?