If you follow this blog you’ll know I do a lot of stuff with my cheap $1,000 dollar Chinese laser engraver/cutter. I’ve had it for almost a year, and I think I can clearly define all it’s shortcomings.
Cutting area is small (8x8in)
Controller software is poor
Laser power control is manual
Poor ventilation for fumes
Poor/no laser cooling system
Not very fast with engraving tasks
Keeping all those things in mind, I’ve decided to start planning a re-build of my laser using...
After having the new Motorola Droid for about a week, I've been very impressed with it’s features, usability, and experience.
Previously I was using a windows mobile phone, and as far as usability goes, Android is leaps and bounds better then even the latest (6.5) version of Windows Mobile.
Although, when I show my phone to an iPhone users, they generally complain about the lack of multitouch, especially in the web browser, and the on-screen keyboard. I think that feature alone will end up being a major sticking point when people talk about switching from the iPhone to the Droid.