Here’s an eBay oddity – it’s got the same light & lens mechanism as the cheap “disco light” style bulbs on eBay, but this one is battery powered & has a built in MP3 player. This device simply oozes cheapness. The large 4″ plastic dome lens sits on the top
Here’s a piece of medical equipment that in recent years has become extremely cheap, – a Pulse Oximeter, used to determine the oxygen saturation in the blood. These can be had on eBay for less than £15. This one has a dual colour OLED display, a single button for powering
Here’s another retired piece of tech that we used to route media from the NAS to the main TV. It was retired since it’s inability to support XBMC/Kodi & having some crashing issues. After attacking the case with the screwdriver (Torx in this case), the main board comes out.
I’ve been doing some tinkering with the RN-52 Bluetooth Audio module from Roving Networks, in prep for building a portable wireless speaker system, & thought I’d share my designs. Initially I was having some issues with RF noise on the audio output from the RN-52, as I was only using
Here is a more modern phone, the Motorola V360v. Features include Dual screens, 640×480 VGA camera, full col our TFT Main LCD, SD-Micro slot. Here on the back the grey scale LCD can be seen, with the camera lens to the right of the Motorola logo Here the phone is