Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
Well I guess that leaves less room to scratch my case...you know? when you sell it me. As a reviewer, a Dimastech would be perfect for ya!
You got your monitors already?
No those are my mom's Sonys. Notice the holes where the front panel can be attached.
These are the KRK's.
TotalChaos, what model camera do you use?
I need a good camera lol that auto-focus on mine blows nuts.
Guess it takes after it's owner.
I hate how the DSLR turns blue LED pink....anyways, new res
That is gay.... but, sexy!
So what does that say about you when you find gay as sexy?
HOLY FUCK you shit on my life with that one
Figured I should show the res in its natural state of colors
thanks, sorry about the huge image, didn't realize it was so big, as it still made it by weight
Looks so much better I love it...
QUOTE=sneekypeet;2109890]Figured I should show the res in its natural state of colors
Anyone want to take a stab at figuring out what this thing is? (Answer at the bottom)
Philips sonicare toothbrush
Oh, and my toothbrush does have a processor: CY8C27443-24PVXI
lol, the minimum voltage is 3 volts according to the specs. Why would you put 3 volts on such a chip? AFAIK did the >2.5v age end in the late '90s. My fellow Dutchmen (the company Philips has Dutch roots) can be so hilarious sometimes.
I just brush with a brush without cpu. Clean teeth is more a matter of how you brush than the technologies used, IMHO. And what Oral-B states, i.e. that such a spinning brush can clean by spinning around each individual tooth, seems nonsense to me because most people have their teeth standing immediately next to each other, witout that much gaps.
It almost looked like a flashlight. Thats a rechargable one right? Hows about taking apart the charging bay and snapping a few pics?
Side note, I will be finishing Electromagnetics I in two weeks where we discussed mutual inductance.
No idea. Interesting point though.
Sure is. It's got a soldered-in (those sick **cks) Lithium Ion battery and an inductive charger. (You can see the coil for charging in the first pic all the way to the right; battery in the second pic) Unfortunately the reciprocating mechanism of the toothbrush is soldered-on (far left in second picture) and I didn't have a Dremel handy but it looks like it uses two solenoids (red dealie in second picture) to vibrate the brush head.
It appears that the toothbrush is dead. Something in the mechanism has broken and I can't identify it. Consequently I will disassemble the charging base and post some pics of it when I do.
I still love the little things about big Philips products. Did you know the hole in a CD is the exact size of an old 10 cent coin (dubbeltje)? And that the length is 74 minutes in order to fit the full ninth of Beethoven on it?
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