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Brinno Digital Peep Hole Viewer

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on October 4th, 2009

Brinno Digital Peep Hole ViewerForget looking through peepholes and having to squint to see who’s at the door. That’s the old way of doing things. With this Digital Peephole Viewer you’ll be able to see the smarmy look on that salesman’s face crystal clear. And if a serial killer comes to your door, you’ll know. Because they all have that look. You may not notice through a regular peephole, but with this you’ll know. Let him go hack up someone else.

You can easily replace your existing peep hole with this viewer in just five minutes. And it’s easy to use of course. Just press the button to view, and then press it again to zoom in.

Worlds first HDMI 1080p digital photo viewer

Posted in Digital Imaging by Conner Flynn on February 26th, 2009

Worlds first HDMI 1080p digital photo viewerHi-Den Vision based in Hong Kong have created the worlds first HDMI 1080p digital photo viewer dubbed the HD-0310. This gadget hooks up to your 1080p HDTV and allows images to be displayed from a memory card direct to your HDTV.

The HD-0310 1080p photo viewer is pretty compact and will use USB storage devices and Compact Flash Type I/II, SD, SDHC, MMC, MS, MS Pro, MS PRO Duo, SmartMedia, MiniSD, Trans-Flash, MicroSD and xD. It also sports video playback through the USB port. The 1080p photo viewer will also give you 16 transitional effects as well as random playback of images. If you like, you’ll be able to skip through images with the remote control.

Epson announces expensive photo viewers: The P-6000 & P-7000

Posted in Epson by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2008

Epson announces expensive photo viewers: The P-6000 & P-7000
Epson just announced two LCD photo viewers. The P-6000 and P-7000. They look pretty decent with 80GB and 160GB respectively, with RAW support, a 35% faster image download speed, 640×480 resolution, and 94% reproduction of the Adobe RB color range.

The price is where they lose you, at $599 and $799. I’m not sure who they are targeting with these other then professional photographers and the like who need to peruse massive amounts of images. Seems pretty expensive for the rest of us ordinary folk.

Digital Door Viewer is the new peephole

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on June 23rd, 2008

Digital Door Viewer is the new peephole
The old style peep hole leaves a lot to be desired. I mean, you have to get up and actually go to the door, in order to see who’s there.(Or if you’re snooping on your neighbors.) And that’s all it does. No more. Just place your eye in front and look. Well, now the peep hole has been given an upgrade.

It will let you know who is outside through a motion sensor and you can take a look from anywhere in your home. The device comes with an SD memory card slot and will store up to 11 hours on a 4GB SD card. This way, you will know who came by while you were away. It will run you $195.