Hairdryers – Why the fuss and what makes one good?

  A little while ago some of you may remember I wrote a post on Dyson's hair dryer. I mainly focused on why I thought that some geeky advertising was trying to justify a very steep £300 price tag. If you don't remember have a little refresh here Click on the image): In summary I... Continue Reading →


Technology & the elusive next BIG thing

Looking back about 10 to 15 years it's easy to see that technology has taken a great leap forward and the big companies of the world are looking for the next big thing that going to give them the kudos they need - along with keeping their shareholders happy that things are going to keep... Continue Reading →

Dyson’s hot air for its hair dryer

I cannot hold back about this any longer! I expect many of you have seen the advert for the Dyson hair dryer and I seethe at this advert for two reasons: They claim it uses a digital motor. Selling the microprocessor control. Why does this have me seething - I'll tell you! First things first... Continue Reading →

Circuit Mechanix – March 2017

Welcome to the first issue of Circuit Mechanix this year! A little later than expected this issue focuses on flexi and flex rigid PCB design and manufacture. This issue also looks at the National Physics Laboratory soldering defects database and we get a new feature – The PCB Mechanic. Every issue will now […] via Circuit... Continue Reading →

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