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There is an i Pod dock of some kind in every room of my house for audio: in my living room I stripped the casing off a first generation dock that was junked (it looks great with everything exposed) and that's hooked into a subwoofer and Bose speakers; in my kitchen I have an old Sony wood-case CD player that is also broken and stripped, with an audio in jack to run i Pods to its "PC" function for music in my kitchen; in my bathroom and for hotel room stays I use a cheap mobile dock that runs off 4 AA batteries; in my bedroom I have a Bose Sound Dock with remote.I mainly use my i Pod Nano customized with Gelaskins "Bunny Blossoms" print, and take it on the bus with my matching pink Skullcandy headphones.
It's about honesty, without which one can't have intimacy, which is to sexual stimulation what the water valve is to the hydrant.I also didn’t believe too strongly that the device would get to market.It wasn’t until last week that we entered the X70 EX into the database which shows how far down the list it was.All the packaging is final and we’ve also got the car kit and the leather case.Unboxing was a rather careless affair as I stripped the packaging down for the journey home from Taiwan but it’s all good quality and much the same as with the S5.That setup, my Lumix camera, and my home music setups are the only pieces of hardware (currently in use) that I've purchased: the rest are gifts from anonymous individual sponsors, or from company sponsors. I lovingly mistreat my black Mac Book 13" (4G, also w/mini-dvi to VGA).
I use old junk Logitech headsets when I feel like doing a podcast.
I should have paid more attention because the X70 EX is now available for pre-order and it’s a peach of a ultra mobile PC that highlights how far the segment has come since the Celeron-based UMPCs of 2006. That’s half the price for way, way more features than even the best devices were offering in 2007 or 2008. We met with Viliv in Computex and talked about their roadmap for 2009, the S5, the S7 (still on the roadmap) and they kindly handed over an X70 EX Premium Air (the 32GB SSD and 3G version) for long term testing.
Fast SSD, GPS, Web cam, sub 700gm weight, great styling, hi-res LED backlit screen, good accessories and a capable platform that’s givingÂ ‘I don’t really bother to measure it’ battery life. I’m looking at a price comparison site right now and the (hard drive equipped) Q1 Ultra (3G) is still selling in Germany for the equivalent of about $1400. This one is ‘98%’ ready so we’ve effectively got a release candidate in our hands here.
This helmet camera kit from Motocomm has every type of connection, extension, mount and extra you could possibly want – all contained in a box for £300.
To get the kit running you just need an SD card and eight AA batteries.
My first five minutes with the device were spent at altitude while others slept around me but again, there were no show stoppers.