I bought one in the early days of these device, it had a small 6 inch screen. I just bought it because it was something new and i thought i would use it. But once i bought it, i realized how useless and they were.
First of all mine resets itself once the power goes off. So i had to manullay set the date and time every time, which it was capable to display. They could have put a small battery in it, that could have helped remember these details even when power went out or they could have saved it to the system. Even then its a useless device, why would you want a device keep churning photos when no one is looking at it. Just not eco friendly and waste of power.
Photo frame would only make sense if they could be used for other things. Like a tablet, when i don’t use it and dock it or while charging. It could become a photo frame or weather or news reader. Ipad is a good example of my concept.
That is the only way i think some thing like a digital photo frame could be justified.
If some one can come up with an epaper that could show a photo without any power. And generate enough power from light everyday to show one photos everyday, then i would buy one. All the technologies are available at the moment, some one needs to put it all together.
If you still was to buy one, this digital photo frame is now available in black and white colours for Rs. 8,000 with a one-year panel warranty and two-year product warranty.
Very interesting solution against corruption in india. I am not that daring that i can use this note.
But really interesting idea. This could also be used to catch corrupt officials. Slip one of these notes in a bundle of money and pay them, once they accept it bring a TV channel and show it.
One such story was our earlier case about the old lady and her troubles with the Revenue Department official over a land title. Fed up with requests for bribes and equipped with a zero rupee note, the old lady handed the note to the official. He was stunned. Remarkably, the official stood up from his seat, offered her a chair, offered her tea and gave her the title she had been seeking for the last year and a half to obtain without success. Had the zero rupee note reached the old lady sooner, her granddaughter could have started college on schedule and avoided the consequence of delaying her education for two years. In another experience, a corrupt official in a district in Tamil Nadu was so frightened on seeing the zero rupee note that he returned all the bribe money he had collected for establishing a new electricity connection back to the no longer compliant citizen.
Who knew being slim was also a bad thing.
I think its because when you are old, you get sick quite often and if you are slim you body doesn’t have the energy to resist it. It could also be because if you are slim you will go place and do things which can only increase you chance of death. So the right mantra is be slim now get over weight as you get older. Until some one else comes up with a study saying even that is a bad idea.
But being very overweight or being underweight shortened lives.
If you get call from unknown numbers or if you just want to know where that last missed call was from or which network.
Check out this page, it has all mobile networks and their numbering formats in each region.
Could be helpful to know which network some of your friends are using etc.
I don’t understand what the fuzz was about. i was using bsnl unlimited for 299 at least two years back on a iphone.The only problem was it was only for post paid user and with the mobile minutes the bill came to 450 per month minimum bill.Now i switched to aircel gprs which cost 98 Rs per month unlimited.One thing i love about aircel is that i can use the unlimited gprs even when roaming. Only thing i have to be careful is to see that its on aircel network. Then no charges if its other networks its will be charged.
Unlimited: BSNL’s monthly Plan Unlimited charges Rs. 299 (Rs. 274 for prepaid users) and looks quite attractive to those who are addicted to staying connected.