Jul 30th 2010 8:58AM @Revolutionary
I can see the instruction manual now:
"Point camera at correct hemisphere of planet, press shutter release button. Crop to fit."
Dec 21st 2009 10:35AM Anything would be better than their awful Via! product offering. I used to program those things (now I program Crestron) and they SUCKED!
Why do the marketing douchecanoes at Elan feel that they need to slap an exclamation point! on the end of every! product?
Dec 6th 2009 4:40PM @(Unverified) Wow, you really missed the point, didn't you? The device is intended to make hundreds of shots so that the picture becomes infinitely zoomable.
Nov 27th 2009 9:09PM want!
Nov 11th 2009 8:21AM I was skeptical when Logitech bought up the tiny Slim Devices company that they would run it into the ground but the Squeezebox product is thriving now.
As an integrator of Polycom HD conferencing suites I welcome the competition. Polycom and Tandberg have owned the VCON arena for years and LifeSize was one of the major driving forces behind Polycom's HD initiative in the first place. Frankly speaking, if it weren't for Cisco's incessant advertising and marketing (like on 30 Rock!) many of our clients wouldn't even know HD VCON existed. With a behemoth like Logitech signing the checks now there's a solid fourth player in the market.
So all of this is a long-winded way of saying "Yay, competition!" I just hope that they maintain a solid RS-232 and IP control protocol!
Nov 1st 2009 9:03PM What font is that they're using? It looks like Zegoe, the Zune font but I'm not sure.
Sep 9th 2009 2:17PM The original iPod Classic lineup offered a 160GB unit but it was plagued with problems. My friend has one and it drives him crazy with hard drive problems. The hard drive couldn't keep up and kept skipping or something like that. I wonder if they switched hard drive vendors.
Jul 30th 2009 12:55PM yes, please!
Jul 29th 2009 5:04PM Who designed the steampunk image? I want to engrave that on MY Kindle! I already have free access to an Epilog anyway.
Jul 27th 2009 12:12PM Want!