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Wifi Digital Frames promise easy photo updates via web browser, Facebook, phone directly to loved ones. But do they work? I look at the Nixplay and the Pix-Star, the two leading brands of digital picture frames and evaluate them as personalized photo gifts, displaying from either SD card or USB drive, and the WiFi option enables endless possibilities. I intentionally didn't read the manual beyond connecting the thing to the internet via WiFi, registering for the online account (so you can get pictures emailed to the frame) and updating the software. It took a few minutes to figure everything out, but within 10 minutes after initial setup, I had an SD card and a USB drive in the frame and was looking at a slideshow. Amazon Link to Nixplay 12" Frame: http://amzn.to/1KBCj6c Amazon Link to Pix-Star 10" Frame: http://amzn.to/1KBCluZ For a more detailed review visit: http://digitalpictureframewifi.com The WiFi option is great and allows people from anywhere in the world to send images directly to the frame via the email address you set up during the registration process. Where this would be great is with an elderly person who isn't technologically savvy but has lots of grandkids and great grandkids to keep up with. Many assisted living facilities now offer WiFi to residents, so you could set grandma up with one of these and then give out her email address to everyone in the family. Everyday grandma wakes up and sees all the new pics her grandkids have sent her. All things considered, this is a great digital photo frame. The manufacturer is off to a great start and future software upgrades will only make this thing even more amazing. -------------- Music Produced by: Kevin Macleod- http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/ For more Backyard Boogi check out: http://www.backyardboogi.com/ Links in this review contain Amazon Affiliate Links. When you make a purchase through one of these links, I receive a small commission. But using these links doesn’t cost you anything extra as it does not impact your price.
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Support TOGR with Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/TOGR What you are about to see is the most expensive tent used by military forces in the world and without a doubt, the most expensive 1 person tent of all time! ... Nemo The ALCS 1P SE (advanced linking combat system) Link : http://shield.nemoequipment.com/product/?p=ALCS+1P+SE+Gore+%28Coyote%29 Became available 2012 and is still in use today. Nemo apparently has been working within the military contractor community for over a decade in regards to the development of tents, sleep systems, weapon bags and so on. This considered to be the most advanced tent ever made for the modern warfighter. Weight : Almost 9lbs for the system Features : Four Season tent made to handle strong winds and snow loading Made for quick erection……. Can be adapted to different environments thanks to the available camo covers Capacity1P Minimum Weight 7 lbs / 3.2 kg On the Fly Weight N/A Trail Weight N/A Floor Dimensions94 x 35 in / 239 x 89 cm Floor Area23 sq ft / 2.1 sq m Vestibule Area10.4 sq ft / 2.2 sq m Interior Height39 in / 99 cm Number of Doors2 Frame DescriptionEaston Reverse Combi Packed Size20 x 8 in / 51 x 20 cm Shell FabricGore-Tex® W/B Shelter Fabric Vestibule Fabric40D PU Nylon Fly FabricN/A Canopy FabricN/A Floor Fabric70D PU Nylon Taffeta Color Coyote Using a recently unveiled, jointly developed, and totally unique GORE-TEX® fabric, NEMO has designed a Berry Compliant, lightweight, linkable, four-season, freestanding, individual shelter system that is waterproof, breathable and flame retardant. Coupled with outstanding signature protection, ALCS™ 1P SE, GORE-TEX® (Advanced Linking Combat Shelter™) gives the Warfighter state of the art performance, concealment, and protection from the elements. Single wall construction combined with minimal componentry and a single connected pole frame allows for significant weight reduction and faster erect and strike. And the innovative linking capability provides a “buddy-team” benefit while still allowing for self-sufficiency in combat environments. An optional ICC™ (Interchangeable Camo Cover™) allows you to adapt your ALCS™ shelter to different operating environments. I have spoken with Nemo about this tent and they weren’t able to discuss it in very much detail. What they did state was this; The ALCS, like many of our military products, was designed with feedback from Special Operations Forces and is still in current use with SOF (Special Operations Forces). The tent was designed to provide full light blocking capabilities as well as the ability to link two shelters together to enable communication. We partnered with Gore to develop fabrics that would meet the requirements of this shelter. The ALCS also has optional covers called the ICC that allow the camo pattern to be changed to meet the current environment. Covers include : MARPAT Desert, MARPAT Woodland and MultiCam and each is roughly $250 each. Other camo patterns for the US ARMY are said to be in development for the new US Army patterns Want to purchase one, good luck! This are very rare. So rare in fact that nemo wouldn’t tell me how many of these have been made. Ever so often you will find these popping up for sale online on auction sites, craigslist and so on. They are only for sale to government agencies and can not be exported to other countries due to the sensitives involving the technology used in the design. With a little searching, I found one listing for the tent which was sold on ebay a few years back. I also found a listing on gear trade which was sold. I have used this tent a number of times and I can tell you that it is bad ass but that doesn’t mean that it is worth the cost. Not even close. Yes, it has some cool features but for the average joe, they mean absolutely nothing….but of course, it wasn’t developed for the average joe…. Something to think about. ... Check out our web site for more information concerning everything seen on our Channel including reviews, insight into what is coming up and a chance to vote and influence our upcoming overnight adventures. http://www.theoutdoorgearreview.com/ .... Come Join Us on Facebook and Twitter: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Outdoor-Gear-Review/281509538652229 Twitter: https://twitter.com/OutdoorGearRev .....
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