Episode 171 – Simple Human Soap Pump, Westinghouse

Posted on 02. Jul, 2007 by in Episodes

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Simple Human Sensor Soap Pump
Westinghouse 14.1″ LCD Digital Photo Frame

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3 Responses to “Episode 171 – Simple Human Soap Pump, Westinghouse”

  1. greg

    05. Jul, 2007

    thanks for engadget!

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  2. Gregg

    07. Nov, 2007

    Not all LCD screens look bad at angles. I was pretty interested in this frame until you showed how badly it handles the viewing angles. When looking into screens (whether for TV, notebook, desktop monitor, digital picture frame, etc.), I always consider the horizontal and vertical viewing angles. My Dell Ultrasharp LCD desktop monitor remain bright and viewable at any angle. Every rear-projection TV I think I’ve ever seen suffers from this same problem (brightest only when positioned directly in front of it).

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  3. Gregg

    07. Nov, 2007

    Not all LCD screens look bad at angles. I was pretty interested in this frame until you showed how badly it handles the viewing angles. When looking into screens (whether for TV, notebook, desktop monitor, digital picture frame, etc.), I always consider the horizontal and vertical viewing angles. My Dell Ultrasharp LCD desktop monitor remain bright and viewable at any angle. Every rear-projection TV I think I’ve ever seen suffers from this same problem (brightest only when positioned directly in front of it).

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