This Automower 435X AWD is an upgrade from my 330X, See review here.
Overall: 9/10. Hardware: Fine. Software: Improved, still unpolished!
This is both a continuation of the previous Automowers and a fundamentally different approach
Updated 2020-04-29, Some stuff are fixed with newer firmware.
2020-08-05 This review has evolved over time from an early review, with several updates, so bare with me, that things are not in a straight chronological line…
2020-09-05 Updated with new stuck-bug
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WindowsPosSaveNRestore is a tool to save the position of windows for later restore
This is primarily useful if you frequently change display configuration, say add/remove external monitor(s) e.g. by docking, or turning a device with autorotate active.
Windows also has the bug that it sometimes cram all open windows (and icons [+]) on the primary screen on sleep.
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Microfibre cloths are nice, but get sour and smelly, even after a machine wash. (same goes for or any other plastic cloths)
They usually smell fine directly from the machine, but soon after they get wet they stink again…
This is easily fixed by a microwave oven!
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In the period around 1982-1995 Omega had a series of watches of which I find one especially attractive, the late generation Titanium multifunction variant
Continue reading “Omega Seamaster Polaris. Vintage watches”
Here Is a small guide in Disqus-formatting, that I have ‘published’ several times on the old GSMArena.com blog (with tiny variation).
UPDATE: Should in 2019 finally be more or less obsolete for wide enough windows!
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I have written several posts regarding batteries directly and indirectly, especially this old one.
But here I tried to summarise and update it.
Continue reading “More on hot devices, batteries and charging”
This 43″ IPS has substantially better viewing angles used close than its 40″ VA predecessor, but poorer blacks, otherwise much the same.
Continue reading “Phillips BDM4350UC. Mini review. An even greater monitor…”
Update This post started as description of a problem with displaying some files in FireFox and Chrome, but has been transformed to a more general post about sRGB, ICC, CMS and what happens if the browser gets it wrong…
It all started when I detected that most colours in some web-files got severely distorted when displayed in FireFox and Chrome on my system. Both JPG and PNG files were affected
If you see the first one of these two squares and substantially different from the second clear blue, your CMS system have similar issues…
The first one is supposed to be a standard blue, the second is blue LEDs on your monitor only.
Continue reading “Displaying images. Colour management, sRGB and ICC. And when something fails.”
In an attempt to get out of the horrible Ios experience, I have ordered a couple of different stand-alone bluetooth keyboards
Continue reading “Stand-alone QWERTY keyboards for phones…”
This is a plain PhotoViewer with just TWO special function:
The ability to show more EXIF info than most and to delete or transfer matching partner files on request also, according to user defined masks.
E.g. Also handle RAW or cropped variant of a file named with predefined syntax.
Settings for position, size, splitter positions, last used folders… can be saved in users registry.
Download zip: PhotoView.Zip
This is a ‘work in progress’, so expect bugs might be present, and that things can still change quite a bit. (Last modified 2018-09-30)
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If you do not want to be a first mover installing Win10, then this link have the recipe to delay it
(A few windows update should be uninstalled if already installed, and then hidden until you want them)
Currently the limitation in the amount of photons that can be caught versus the noise, set a limit for the dynamic range.
But what if the sensor output could not be over saturated?
Continue reading “Principal ideas for smarter image sensor technology”
This Automower 330X is an upgrade from my 230ACX, See review here.
Overall: Really satisfied. 9+/10, after software ‘update’: 7+/10
It is rather similar to the 230ACX with some important upgrades, and a few step backs
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About two months ago I bought a great monitor
And I do mean great in more than one sense!
The short conclusion is that I can warmly recommend it.
Continue reading “Phillips BDM4065UC, Mini review.”
I can HIGHLY recommend this Automower 230ACX, as it have exceeded my expectations.
Overall: Really satisfied. 9+/10
It has handled my highly sloped 1000m² lawn for seven full seasons, with some minor repairs outside the warranty along the way.
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(at least this is my intention on how it should end and be used)
It should give info about batteries, how the phone uses them, and (hopefully) with some good hints to how to get the most out of each battery (Life and Stamina). Many of the hints go for other hardware with Li-Ion batteries as well. Say Laptops, Toothbrushes…..
This thread is originated from SonyEricssons Xperia phones.
On problems with weird drops and raises: Try “Johan’s Trick” below once
The currently best advice I can give for the usage pattern is
● Try to charge fully and deplete to about 40-50%bc
● Once in a while drain battery deep to get calibration right
● Keep phone on desk/in bag, avoid pockets, to keep cool.
● Leave phone idle while charging (e.g. while sleeping).
Note that the ‘remaining percentage’ you see is an ESTIMATE not a measurement!
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