Archive for the ‘Videos’ Category
Monday, January 4th, 2010
Barnes & Noble Nook – The Unboxing!
I finally got the Barnes & Noble Nook in my hands and here is the live unboxing. It was a challenge but was well worth it! The fit and finish on the Nook is exactly what I expected. Like others have mentioned, the UI needs some refinement and optimization but for a v1 product, I’m extremely happy with it. I will load up my PDF’s (SDK and technical docs) and report back my experiences…
P.S. Sorry about the poor production on the video… I got lazy and tried out the Flipcam I bought my wife for Christmas. If you like the “rawness” of the Flip videos, I can do more of these types of posts as they are a lot easier to create than the edited ones. Enjoy!…
Saturday, August 15th, 2009
UNBOXING: TED 5000 – Whole House Energy Monitor
Here is the unboxing of the new TED 5000 Whole House Energy Monitor by Energy Inc. A full review is in the works… enjoy!…
Thursday, April 23rd, 2009
Samsung Q1b Hacked with SSD and XP Embedded
I had an old Samsung Q1b laying around, I ripped out the 1.8″ Hitachi HD, replaced it with a 1gb SSD by Apacer. Then I created a custom build of XPe which boots up into Myro:Home. Here’s a video of the results.
Tuesday, February 24th, 2009
VIDEO: Myro Control UI Sneak Peak
I’ve had a few distractions that have delayed the launch of my new company, Myro Control, LLC., however, if everything goes stays as planned Myro Control UI will launch on March 31st. Here’s a sneak peak! Website launch and more videos will be posted soon.
Monday, April 28th, 2008
HOW TO: 12-Volt, 5A. DC Power Supply For R/C Battery Chargers
I’m back into R/C Planes (my next one is the Micro-Telemaster). I did find out that getting into electric park flyers requires using Li-Poly batteries that require expensive chargers which seem to only run on 12-volt DC power supplies. Ideally, ones that can go up to 10A, but since my needs are only 2-3 Li-Poly cells, a 5A, 12-volt DC power supply works fine. The Hobbico 12v, 10A power supply costs over $80 and my version costs under $25! Check out the video above for the details. You’ll need this Power Supply.
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