7 posts • joined Monday 25th January 2010 08:49 GMT
Re: While electronics is great fun
They actually do carry quite some relevant stuff, I got several Arduinos and Rasberry Pis from them, and they have lots of robotics and other projects. Besides possibly being useful for home-automation, they are fun to do with kids...
My 15 year old daughter came by this 2 months ago and convinced me to 'pledge a donation' for the project. My kit is currently on it's way. Can't wait to experiment with it, and connect it up to the Arduino...
Right, popularity of blackberry mainly due to BBM and FB-usage. Blackberry services are relatively cheap (mostly purchased just for 1-day at a time). Blackberry claim to have 50% market-share for smart-phones in Indonesia...
Personally, I prefer 'passive' noise-isolating, as my in-ears Shure SE530. I've had other/cheaper Shure in-ears, and their noise-isolation is just as good. I know it's a taste thing, but I believe sound-quality of the Shures is the best.
However, I can find myself in the recommendation for the Sennheisers. I had a pair of bluetooth Sennheisers for my son that had a loose internal wire, and they sent me a replacement immediately (even though there's no distributor for the model here and they had to send it from another country!) That's what I call service!
I don't have a Nokia
So I voted for it!
I have always used internet from my phone. Problem is to set it up. On WinMo there's about 4-5 screens to go through, but I can get it to work. On the iPhone (my current) just enter the APN and it works (great!).
I tried to set it up for a friend on his Nokia N97 last week, I gave up...
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