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.
This is a cheap Sigma branded keychain photoframe. User buttons for power & selecting photos are on the left. There are two white LEDs on the bottom edge that function as a torch as well. Front of the unit removed, showing the LCD module. The USB jack is bottom left,
Pocket sized GPS navigator. Here is shown the greyscale dot matrix LCD. Serial interface on the back of the unit. Pinout from left is +3v, Rx, Tx, GND. PCB Removed from the casing. RTC backup battery in the centre of board, CPU & flash ROM on the left. GPS chipset
Here is a cheap chinese made flash drive given out for free by Westlaw UK. Capacity 512MB Here is the PCB removed from the casing, USB connector on the left, followed by the clock crystal for the flash controller, a CBM2092, which is a Chipsbank part. 512MB flash memory IC,
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
This is a HP PhotoSmart 375 portable photo printer. With built in card reader, screen & PictBridge. Top of the printer showing the UI Buttons & Screen. Front of the unit, card reader slots at the top, Pictbridge USB connector at top left. Paper out slot at bottom. Cartridge door