Dell Inspiron i3252-10050BLK Mini Desktop // Intel Pentium N3700 Processor (2M Cache, up to 2.40 GHz), 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, Windows 10 (Certified Refurbished)

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Why do we rely so much in Electronics to make our home life convenient and easier? Since the 1930’s appliances have made house chores easier incorporating these small devices into their operation.

Technology has made things a lot easier to do around the house with consumer Electronics devices. They are built to provide functional ease, entertainment, communications and to some productivity tools. Practically every thing that you perform in the house have a touch of consumer Electronics in them with you being aware of using them every now and then.

Inside your home, you can find many consumer Electronics that different manufacturers have placed in the market for large consumer consumption. The 187 million dollars industry has been expanding its manufacturing capacity to foreign lands like China, Korea, America, Japan, and other European countries that are becoming fast producers of these consumer devices.

Simple things in ancient times have been made basis for technological products today. The Chinese abacus has made it possible for inventors to invent calculators and computers. Man has been continually advencing in technological areas in the hope of making life easier for all human kind.

Since the 1930’s, appliances have been invented to make operations easier, make things big smaller, compact, and lightweight. In the industrial scene, big machines can now be operated by micro Electronics and printed circuit boards a thousand smaller than the who apparatus. What the industrial community can only afford before has now been manufactured to cater the millions of homes all over the globe.

In the house, every electrical appliance you have is a product of these consumer devices. The microwave in the kitchen, the automatic can opener, and yes even the dish washer are considered consumer Electronics. Most kitchen appliances today make it easy for cooking and preparing meals done in a shorter time. This can free up some vital quality time with the whole family.

Some homes even have a home network that is already wireless. This home network integrates all controls for the house including the HVAC systems, security settings, time, and house hold chores like the laundry machine to function on their own in a given time and program. Security features of the house is controlled by Electronic gadgets like digital alarms and surveillance CCTV. These devices has enabled home security to be more effective and feared by most burglars.

When you are bored, you turn to your home entertainment system that include the flat screen, digital disc players, blasting sound boxes, and even the ambient lighting for any occasions. Your visitors can also enjoy the entertainment set with you or opt. Communication gadgets has made it pretty convenient to be connected with friends and family all the time with the use of the Internet and mobile phones. Keeping in touch has never been too extensive and global that it does not matter how far the distance between folks are as long as there is a signal of somewhere.

Truly, the extensive incorporation of Electronics in all our daily activities seem to be so casual we cannot even think of living without these gadgets anymore. Imagine you home without television, cable, telephone, and everything electronic. You would think it very time consuming to get the chores done as you do everything manually and you will think how hard it is to have fun or call someone from another place.

Consumer Electronics have made it easy for you to keep up with your daily activities in a jiffy. You no longer have to look very far as they are distributed widely in shopping malls, shops, and even on the online shopping sites.

As a private electronics consultant, Cameron Tacassi works with electronic equipment daily. From rf inductors and ferrite chokes to pulse transformers and toroid coils, he knows them all and has used them all. His most common jobs involve adding ferrite chokes to computers and business electronics.

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Samsung Smart TV to Deliver the Secrets of Masterpieces
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European masterpieces are reproduced with the premium photo quality of Samsung Smart TVs. Samsung Electronics sponsors ‘Secret Museum’ hosted in Hangaram Art Museum of Seoul Art Center from June 12 to Sep 22 and it also kicks off its culture marketing campaign combining both arts and technologies. Secret Museum is a ‘Masterpiece Exhibition Project without the Originals’ presenting greatest European masterpieces of the 15th to 19th century encompassing Da Vinci, Cezanne, Monet, Rembrandt, and Gogh, projected on the top-notch premium digital displays.

삼성 스마트TV, '명화의 비밀'을 생생하게 담다

서양 미술의 걸작들이 삼성 스마트TV의 명품 화질로 생생하게 표현된다. 삼성전자는 지난 12일부터 9월 22일까지 예술의전당 한가람 미술관에서 열리는 '시크릿 뮤지엄' 전시회를 후원하고 예술과 기술을 접목한 문화 마케팅을 전개한다. '시크릿 뮤지엄'은 다빈치, 세잔, 모네, 렘브란트, 고흐 등 15 ~ 19세기 유럽 예술계를 주름잡았던 거장들의 대표작을 최고 품질의 디지털 화면에서 재현해 전시하는 '원화 없는 명화전' 프로젝트이다.

The Evolution of Samsung Smart TV with Arabic Speech Recognition Feature
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Samsung Electronics introduces Smart TV that recognizes about 300 words of five Arabic dialects. Samsung Electronics held Samsung Middle East Forum in Dubai on the 18th the local time to showcase its flagship products such as 2013 year type Smart TV and UHD TV to about 1000 journalists and partners alike. Samsung Electronics unveils a wide range of 40 to 75 inch Smart TV F8000 and F7000, equipped with quad core processor and intuitive Smart Hub User Interface.

진화하는 삼성 스마트TV, 아랍어도 '척척'

삼성전자가 중동 5개 지역 아랍어를 약 300여 개나 인식할 수 있는 똑똑한 스마트TV를 선보이며 중동시장 공략에 본격 나선다. 삼성전자는 18일(현지시간) 아랍에미리트 두바이에서 삼성중동포럼을 개최하고 1000여명의 중동지역 거래선과 미디어들을 초청해 2013년형 스마트TV와 UHD TV 'S9' 등 올해의 전략제품들을 소개한다. 삼성전자는 프리미엄 디자인과 쿼드코어 프로세서, 직관적인 '스마트 허브' 사용자 환경(UI)으로 무장한 2013년형 스마트TV 'F8000'과 'F7000' 시리즈를 40형부터 75형까지 다양하게 선보인다.

Angry Birds Now Available at Samsung Smart TV
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Samsung Electrics releases a popular mobile game Angry Birds as a smart TV app in July. The Bird Sling Shot game produced by Finnish mobile game developer Rovio for smart phones back in Nov 2009 has been downloaded for more than 1 billion times. Now Rovio has brought its most popular game to the Samsung’s Smart TV platform which allows the viewers to enjoy the game by controlling the sling shot to fling angry birds using the motion control features of the Samsung Smart TV.

삼성 스마트TV로 앵그리버드를 생생하게 '대형화면에서 느끼는 앵그리버드의 손맛!'

삼성전자가 7월중 세계에서 가장 성공한 모바일 게임으로 알려진 '앵그리버드(Angry Birds)'를 스마트TV 앱으로 출시한다. 앵그리버드는 핀란드의 로비오(Rovio)社가 제작한 스마트폰용 게임으로 아기자기한 캐릭터가 전 세계 스마트폰 사용자에게 큰 인기를 끌며 2009년 11월 처음 출시된 이후 10억 회 이상의 다운로드를 기록한 인기게임이다. 삼성 스마트TV의 동작인식 기능이 적용된 '앵그리버드' 앱은 사용자 손의 움직임에 따라 게임 속 새총을 마음대로 움직일 수 있어 더욱 실감나는 게임을 즐길 수 있으며 게임 캐릭터의 종류별 부가기능도 동작인식 기능을 통해 조작이 가능하다.

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Bachelor Girl (1954) ... How the Vibrator Came Out of the Closet -- Mighty Intruder (June 1, 2012) ...
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By 1918, the vibrator was available in the Sears, Roebuck catalog to make any housewife happy–a bargain at . By 1920, more than 50 different kinds had been invented, according to Rachel Maines, author of The Technology of Orgasm.

“It was a big era for the vibrator,” says Maines. “And they weren’t sexualized. It wasn’t a problem to get them. But the cat was out of the bag as soon as they were used in porn movies.” One of the first adult films to feature a vibrator was the 1920s movie “Widow’s Delight,” in which a woman rejects her suitor to go home to her vibrator. “The veil was off,” Hysteria director Tanya Wexler says. “Oh my God–who knew these were for sex? Shocker!”

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How the Vibrator Came Out of the Closet
June 1, 2012 by Jennifer Vineyard

Freud condemned the clitoral orgasm as “immature”–but at least he recognized that it was in fact an orgasm. Before that, medical science didn’t even think orgasms were sexual in nature, calling them “paroxysms,” and doctors actually prescribed them for their female patients. The practice of bringing them about by massage–first by hand, then by machine–was in vogue in the Victorian era and put into mass effect with the advent of the vibrator, which allowed doctors to “service” patients diagnosed with “hysteria” even faster.

The new Maggie Gyllenhaal-Hugh Dancy period sex comedy Hysteria looks at the invention of the first vibrator in the 1880s, which led rapidly to the devices being mass-marketed for home use. But even though more women than ever could achieve climax with the help of a vibrator, for decades feminists still had to fight to assert that it was normal and healthy to do so. Once the practice was recognized as being sexual, it was frowned upon because of the prejudice that women were supposed to climax from vaginal penetration alone. It’s a notion that persists in our popular culture–just think of every movie scene in which a man slams a woman against a wall and they achieve orgasm simultaneously.

That this is not a common scenario is indicated by Shere Hite’s ground-breaking Hite Report (1976), which found that many women pleased themselves without a penis. If women did choose a partner-in-crime to achieve orgasm, the vibrator was still a favorite option. But what those vibrators look like–and how they’re viewed–has evolved quite a bit over the past 100-plus years.

Vibrators weren’t available for home use until about 1899–if you wanted to use one before that, you had to see your doctor, and it usually cost about at the time. And they weren’t advertised until 1904, when they started popping up in women’s periodicals, with such taglines as “Vibrate your body and make it well,” “Take the edge off things,” “Nature’s own cure-all” and “Magic power… will make you feel like a new person.” These ads made no mention of sex, orgasms, or even hysteria–the so-called “disease” for which vibrators were the purported cure. By 1918, the vibrator was available in the Sears, Roebuck catalog to make any housewife happy–a bargain at . By 1920, more than 50 different kinds had been invented, according to Rachel Maines, author of The Technology of Orgasm.

“It was a big era for the vibrator,” says Maines. “And they weren’t sexualized. It wasn’t a problem to get them. But the cat was out of the bag as soon as they were used in porn movies.” One of the first adult films to feature a vibrator was the 1920s movie “Widow’s Delight,” in which a woman rejects her suitor to go home to her vibrator. “The veil was off,” Hysteria director Tanya Wexler says. “Oh my God–who knew these were for sex? Shocker!” Once the vibrator was used in porn, it was harder to find a doctor to use one in treatment–although some continued to diagnose hysteria well up until the 1950s. Says Maines, “You can still find doctors who will do this treatment in Argentina, which makes me think it’s a great reason to go to Buenos Aires!”

During the sexual revolution of the ’60s and ’70s, feminists brought back the vibrator as a means for women to find release without relying on a partner, and by 1977, the first women-centric sex store, Good Vibrations, was open for business. But in non-pornos, the vibrator was kept more symbolic, fantastic–the orgasmic Excessive Machine in 1968′s Barbarella (“It couldn’t keep up with you! What kind of girl are you? Have you no shame?”) or the Orgasmatron in 1973′s Sleeper (“You want to get in the machine now?”). Debra Winger made do with a gyrating mechanical bull in 1980′s Urban Cowboy (“Look at that! Her nipples are hard!”).

But by the late 1980s, the vibrators were coming out of the closet, thanks to open discussion about women’s orgasms in in films such as When Harry Met Sally… and Sex, Lies, and Videotape, which touched on topics like faking it and the difficulty of achieving orgasm. In 1988, a silly comedy called Casual Sex? had the audacity to name-check a vibrator when Lea Thompson said, “I’m sick of my Mighty Intruder vibrator with the flexible shaft and textured head.” But in mainstreams films, it was still a topic of shame, as in 1989′s Parenthood when Steve Martin found Dianne Wiest’s vibrator when he was looking for a flashlight during a blackout. When one of the kids asks, “Mommy, what was that?” she’s told, “That was an electric ear cleaner.”

By the early-to-mid 1990s, it was far more common to acknowledge that a vibrator was in your possession–from the friend who confides to Sharon Stone in Sliver that she’s going to get a “plastic yeast infection” to Brian Krakow on My So-Called Life complaining that the one his parents have sounds “like a lawnmower” to Marina playfully making the most of a vibrating toy diver during her bath in Pedro Almodovar’s Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! The 1994 film The Road to Wellville featured Victorian ideas about how to achieve optimum health, including electrical stimulus to your genitals–even Matthew Broderick got a little action. More direct was the teenage girl who handcuffed her boyfriend and took out her vibrator to pleasure herself in front of him on HBO’s Dream On–”Cool,” he says–or Jennifer Aniston taking hers into the bathroom when her husband won’t have sex with her in She’s the One.

As the 1990s came to a close, fictional girls and women were more willing to experiment–Natasha Lyonne took a vibrator for a test drive in The Slums of Beverly Hills, after Marisa Tomei recommends one and calls it her “boyfriend.” But it was Sex and the City that made the vibrator a national conversation, thanks to the pivotal episode The Turtle and the Hare that popularized “the Rabbit,” plus a later episode where Samantha gives some frank advice about which devices to use (and which ones to avoid). “You don’t want that one, too many bells and whistles,” she tells one customer at Brookstone, which insists the store was only selling “neck massagers,” not vibrators. “That one actually works against you,” Samantha says. “If we wanted to work that hard, we’d get us a man, am I right?” And about another model, “No, absolutely not. That will burn your clit off.”

“It was a big deal,” said Good Vibrations sexologist Carol Queen. “People could talk about sex toys and have a really honest conversation. It made it possible to say, ‘Yes, I have one.’ And I don’t think the Rabbit Pearl would have been as popular if not for [SATC].”

Sales skyrocketed, and the vibrator was officially mainstream. Gil Grissom could find one in a dishwasher on CSI and Buster could use a cleaning robot in bed for comedy’s sake on Arrested Development. Indie films continued to be more explicit in the 2000s–Shinya Tsukamoto’s A Snake in June, when Rinko uses one for a voyeuristic stalker; Michael Winterbottom’s 9 Songs, when Lisa uses one after getting a table-dance–but creative substitutes allowed bigger-release films to be more stimulating. Elizabeth Banks in The 40-Year Virgin uses a showerhead to “warm up” for Steve Carell (and then Seth Rogen). Parker Posey uses her vibrating cell phone in both Fay Grim and The Oh in Ohio–which leads her into a sex shop as part of her exploration of sexual empowerment. Alice and Dana on season two of The L Word went sex toy shopping as well–and like the girls on Sex and the City, learn way more about their options than they had ever considered. Of course, by the next episode, they also learn that it’s hard to travel with such toys–and it can be embarrassing to have airport security hold up your vibrators, dildos, and nipple clamps for all the world to see. “You can’t take these on the plane, ladies,” they’re told. “You should know better than that.” (It’s a little more acceptable now).

Still, it’s always embarrassing as well as frustrating to be walked in on (as Laney’s whole family does in Not Another Teen Movie, coming to wish her a happy birthday just as her “My Lil’ Vibrator” is getting going), called at the crucial moment (as Courtney Cox’s mom does on Dirt to remind her that she’s late for a reservation: “You better be coming!”), or to drop the remote control while your hands are tied behind your back when you’re watching porn at the same time you’re using your vibrator (as Amber Benson does in Strictly Sexual). Okay, probably that last one doesn’t happen quite as much. “Okay, you caught me,” Amber’s character says. “I mean, men are not the only ones who like to wack off like zoo monkeys.”

The 2000s also saw this idea embraced on TV. Charlotte is giving vibrators away by season three of Private Practice–the Aphrodite, to be precise, from Dr. Laura Berman’s line of sex toys. Peggy on Mad Men gets a little vibe action in a 2007 episode when Don Draper assigns her the “Electrosizer” to try out for an ad campaign. An early predecessor to vibrating panties, it’s a girdle that’s supposed to promote weight loss, but she discovers that its arousing capacity is “probably unrelated,” so she pitches the ad line: “You’ll love the way it makes you feel.” The men are confused, so Don explains, “It provides the pleasure of a man, without the man.” Even Kristen Wiig got some vibe time this month before leaving Saturday Night Live, during a Mother’s Day skit in which she is interrupted while reading 50 Shades of Grey. Of course, the hubby and kids walk in to surprise her with breakfast in bed. “Get out!” she tells them. “Look, a microphone!” one of the kids exclaim during a family photo.

Recent film has seen lots of vibrator discussion as well. Elizabeth Banks–back for another round of masturbation talk with Seth Rogen in Zack and Miri Make a Porno–explains: “I never met a man who makes me come like a vibrator does.” Berman’s vibrating panties made a big splash with Katherine Heigl in The Ugly Truth when a kid gets a hold of the remote control and gives her an orgasm during the middle of a business dinner. “Oh! Oh, wow. Yeah! Yeah. Mmm. This ceviche, it’s so good. Quite possibly the best I’ve ever tasted. I’m going to go ask the chef about the recipe.” (“What’s in ceviche?” one of the dinner guests asks, in a callback to Rob Reiner’s mom asking to order the same pastrami sandwich as Meg Ryan in When Harry Met Sally…) Julianne Moore and Annette Bening use a vibrator in The Kids Are All Right. However, most films tend toward more talk than action, because too real or long of a female orgasm puts the movie at risk of getting a NC-17 rating (as This Film Is Not Yet Rated explains). So women on film are usually relegated to sex that’s all about penetration and not about the other practices that actually work for women.

Now, however, vibrators are taking center stage. Sarah Ruhl’s play, In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play, put them on Broadway, and now Hysteria places the vibrator on the big screen, tracing its invention to a freethinking woman (played by Gyllenhaal) who links female orgasms with women’s rights. “My goal isn’t to shock people, but to make you laugh,” director Tanya Wexler said. “It’s a thinking woman’s romantic comedy, and it’s just what the doctor ordered. There’s no need to hide it anymore. There’s no shame.“

(From TOP LEFT to BOTTOM LEFT): Photo of antique poster advertising the doctor’s cure for women’s hysteria; photo of an early century vibrator advertisement; Photo of window display in Good Vibration’s Antique Vibrator Museum; Photo of sexologist Carol Queen from Flickr user Charles Haynes under Creative Commons 3.0; Photo of OhMiBod club vibrating panties which can be purchased at

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Telikom tower at the top of the hill at Ukarumpa. This tower also holds the microwave link for our land line telephone service to Kainantu. At the base of the tower is a satellite dish that links the mobile telephone service with the switch in Port Moresby.

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Philips SA32 4 GB Flash Video MP3 Player with FM Radio and 1.8-Inch Color Screen (Black)
  • Navigation is easy using the backlit 1.8-inch, full-color LCD
  • FullSound technology provides enhanced MP3 sound quality
  • Fast downloads from your PC via USB 2.0
  • FM tuner includes presets for 20 of your favorite stations
  • Plays MP3 and WMA files Product Description The Philips Go Gear digital audio player features the company's patented FullSound technology, allowing you to have crystal-clear, digital music as it's meant to be heard.

FullSound technology provides enhanced MP3 sound quality. Plus, with its backlit 1.8-inch, full-color LCD, using this player easy--even in the lowest light.

Express Yourself
With the press of a button you can sing, dictate, record notes--whatever your heart desires--using the built-in microphone. Your files are recorded in WAV format and available when you want them.

Easy Navigation
The full-color, 1.8-inch LCD makes quick work of moving through the hundreds of music, movie, and photo files you can store on the player. Ready for a change? Connect to your computer using the included USB cable and then simply drag and drop your music or data via to your device.

This tiny player is about the size of a credit card.

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Philips 4 GB Flash Video MP3 Player with FM Radio and 1.8-inch Color Screen; CD-ROM with IFU, device manager, media converter and Windows Media Player; high-definition headphones; quick-start guide; USB cable

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Samsung Smart TV Donated to the Disadvantaged
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Samsung Electronics started “Samsung S Day Smart TV Christmas Wish” Event for the marginalized from Nov 29 to Dec 27. Customers using Samsung Smart TV (2012 or 2013 year type) can download the Christmas Wish app to participate in the event. They can click the “apply” button to join the Christmas tree trimming. The more participates the more holiday decor will be hanging.

삼성 스마트TV, 크리스마스 기부 이벤트 개최

삼성전자는 11월 29일부터 12월 27일까지 삼성 스마트TV를 통해 소외된 이웃에 사랑을 전하는 이벤트를 진행한다. 이벤트는 2012년, 2013년형 삼성 스마트TV 사용 고객들을 대상으로 진행되며, 고객들이 직접 삼성앱스TV에서 '크리스마스 위시' 앱을 내려 받아 참여할 수 있다. 고객들은 '크리스마스 위시' 앱에서 '응모하기' 버튼을 눌러 간단하게 참여할 수 있고 참여자들이 많아질수록 앱 화면의 포인트 막대가 올라가면서 크리스마스 트리의 장식이 점차 풍성해진다.

Samsung Electronics Redefines TV Experience with New Smart TV Powered by Tizen
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Samsung Electronics announced that all of its Smart TVs in 2015 will come equipped with its new platform built around the Tizen operating system. Tizen, a standardized open-source platform, enables flexibility with even more content and devices, allowing developers to easily create compatible content, while connecting users to a world of limitless entertainment possibilities.

삼성전자, 타이젠 기반 2015년형 삼성 스마트 TV 공개

삼성전자가 1월 6일부터 나흘 간 미국 라스베이거스에서 열리는 세계 최대 가전 전시회 CES 2015에 스마트 TV의 새로운 기준이 될 2015년형 스마트 TV를 선보인다. 삼성전자는 자체 개발한 운영체제(OS)인 ‘타이젠(Tizen)’을 2015년형 삼성 스마트 TV 전 라인업에 반영할 계획이다. 타이젠 기반의 2015년형 삼성 스마트 TV는 새롭게 진화한 사용자 환경(UI, User Interface)을 적용해 조작을 더욱 간결하게 했으며, 모바일 기기 연동과 새로워진 콘텐츠 등으로 놀라운 사용자 경험(UX, User Experience)를 제공한다.

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