The fundamental problem with devices like this and digital picture frames is that they will get stolen from the workplace, which is where most people would employ such a device. Hell, I've had my cell phone charger stolen, and that's a $10 item. Digital picture frame/printer? I could start a pool as to how quickly it would go missing.
I agree with ssalim, although I'd like to have a full-sized frame (something like 24"x48") to display a life-like pieces of art. One day you have the Mona Lisa, the next you have the Sunflowers. Such a toy would be quite expensive though.
[citation][nom]tester24[/nom]jellico where in the hell do you work with that has a bunch of kleptomaniacs?[/citation]
I'm do some systems analysis work for a large health care organization in Albuquerque, NM; so, I'm in cube-city. I don't believe it's my collegues, rather I suspect the cleaning or maintanence crews since they are contractors rather than direct employees of the company, and they are only ones around after the offices are vacated in the evening.
Yep had the same thing happen at my last job well not to me at least. Someone left their mp3 player on their desk charging overnight (normally this would be fine) one of the maintenance contractors replacing the light bulbs took it... got to love security cameras. Funny thing was he was caught using it the next time he came in.
No one mentioning that Mimo is a network feature pertaining to 802.11 transmission with multiple radios/receivers and that iMo is the name of the company manufacturing this device? Or the fact that the article header, article keywords, article overview, AND opening paragraph have the same error?