Tags: cordless

03/19/12

  10:38:00 am, by The Dreamer   , 266 words  
Categories: Home, Appliances

My 'new' Dyson DC35 (Digital Slim) Multi Floor vacuum cleaner

Link: http://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B004GN8UYA/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=la34thdr34chs-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B004GN8UYA

So, I got a new Dyson....

I had been eyeballing this model for some time. Wanting the convenience of cordless, but still having a power head and do real vacuuming.

Because, there are times where I just need spot cleaning, like around my chair in front of computer, or the floor runner by the front door. But, its a pain dragging out my DC18 and dealing with its cord....its more the cord that is issue.

Last year I had picked up a Refurbished Dyson DC31 via Woot.com. And, discovered how nice this is...it sucked way better than my Hoover cordless hand vac, and is just perfect for dealing with crumbs near my coffee table....or other small spills. Though found myself wishing for the extras of the DC35 for other small areas/jobs...

Though I didn't figure out the 65AW button until I got the DC35 (which says MAX on it instead...) So, when a Refurbished Dyson DC35 showed up on Woot, I decided I was going to snap it up.

The only problem is trying to figure out where I should hang it....the DC35 is kind of awkward laying on the floor by an outlet (unlike the DC31). Probably should just toss out my other handvac...

Someday there might be a Dyson Canister vac in my future. I had always intended to get a Canister vac in the beginning, but back then Dyson didn't make one. Right now it would be a question between a Dyson Dyson DC35 or a DC39

The only thing missing from Dyson now...is one that can also deal with wet (cordless...) :idea:

01/12/09

  06:58:21 pm, by The Dreamer   , 66 words  
Categories: VoIP, Home

What a difference the phone makes

The Panasonic Dect 6.0 Series Cordless Phone seems to have made a big difference in the quality of my other VoIP service. So, guess most of the poor audio issues were due to the Uniden 2.4Ghz cordless phone I was using previously with this service.

Guess this means I don't need two separate VoIP services anymore, and that I can get rid of one to save money....

01/11/09

  03:19:56 pm, by The Dreamer   , 494 words  
Categories: Stuff, VoIP, Home

Panasonic Dect 6.0 Series 3 Handset Cordless Phone System with Answering System (KX-TG1033S)

I had been thinking a long time about replacing my cordless phone system at home. Mainly because it was a 2.4GHz system, though I had held off because I the VoIP service that it is attached is kind of noisy and I only have 100 minutes per month with it.

But, I had been eyeballing a Panasonic DECT 6.0 based cordless phone system. Then two months ago, I was at LISA and went on the Fry's BoF. Trying to think of stuff I wanted to buy while at Fry's...I looked at their cordless phone section. And, remembered that I've been wanting to get this system for a while.

I couldn't remember whether I wanted a 3 handset or a 4 handset system, they were all cheaper than online prices I had seen elsewhere....but the 3 handset system was on sale for further savings. So, I grabbed it. Though looks like I wanted a 4 handset system (someday I plan to declutter the other bedroom and make use of it, so a handset in that location would be useful). Guess I'll have to take the expensive route of adding a handset later (though it can't be too much later, in case newer models come out and obsolete the system I have).

Today, I was sitting around thinking of what else I could do to fill out my weekend...and I decided that this might be the day to finally set it up.

Preliminary testing, shows that most of the noise that I experienced with using this VoIP service have gone away.

Guess it makes sense...it is probably hard for a 2.4GHz phone to be clear when surrounded by tons of 2.4GHz WiFi and other devices around my condo.

I had considered other frequencies....but 900Mhz cordless phones are scarce, and I never had much success with them in the past. I already have a Panasonic 5.8GHz cordless phone, which is on my other VoIP service and it works well...but the intent was that the VoIP service that does provide me with a local number should be my primary (and perhaps prompt me to discontinue the other one). And, at the time I was using 5.8Ghz wireless rear surrounds....which the 5.8GHz cordless phone would prevent from working (noted in some previous blog posting).

So, that pretty much left 1.9Ghz DECT as the frequency I hadn't tried yet.

So far so good....maybe if it works out well, it may finally be time to get rid of Vonage....I would prefer to stay with them, since they were my first and other than the lack of a local number (and the annoying calls that aren't for me that I get on it, they way they appear seems to indicate that the person they are calling is continuing to give out this number as theirs)....they've been good.

If I do, I'll probably have to upgrade the other VoIP to 'unlimited' calling. With Vonage I just have the 500 minute calling plan, which is adequate for my usage....but 100 minutes isn't.

Now instead of subjecting some poor random forum to a long rambling thought, I will try to consolidate those things into this blog where they can be more easily ignored profess to be collected thoughts from my mind.

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