Can a pair of hands do the same job as this $400 juicer? (page 2)

While our smartphones make for great cameras that we can pull out of our pockets and snap photos while on the go, sometimes there is still a need for a “proper” camera. However if you’d rather not lug around a DSLR or invest into a mirrorless system and its interchangeable lenses, a compact camera is probably you next best bet.Panasonic might have the answer for you in the form of the recently announced Panasonic LUMIX DC-ZS70. This is a compact camera that comes with an ultra-wide 30x optical zoom lens, meaning that at its widest you’ll be able to snap photos at 24mm, or if you wanted to zoom you have the option of a 30x optical zoom, so you’ll essentially be able to get in up to 720mm.Other specs of the camera include a 20.3MP sensor and is also capable of capturing 4K video. It will also come with a Venus Engine image processor, and there seems to be some kind of Lytro-like functionality called “Post Focus”, where users can choose which area of the photo they want to focus on after the shot has been taken

Can a pair of hands do the same job as this $400 juicer?

A $400 juicer that helped a hardware startup raise $120 million in funding last year is facing criticism and mockery after it was discovered the machine doesn’t perform its sole function ...

Thu 20 Apr 17 from Techspot

Investors backing Juicero and its $400, DRM-laden juicer surprised to discover they were fleeced

Investors who backed last year's darling company, Juicero, are shocked to discover that its $400 juicer with baked-in DRM is utterly pointless. The post Investors backing Juicero and its $400, ...

Thu 20 Apr 17 from Extremetech

Wi-fi connected 'smart' juicer criticised

A smart juicing device has been criticised on social media after journalists found you could squeeze a similar amount of juice using your hands.

Thu 20 Apr 17 from BBC Technology

Is the $400 Silicon Valley Juicero juice machine a scam?

Juicero, a Silicon Valley start-up that was hailed as the 'Keurig for juice', appears to be a rotten scam.

Wed 19 Apr 17 from Daily Mail

This $400 appliance that squeezes juice out of a bag appears unnecessary

Investors scrambling to get in on subscription services made this juice presser a star in 2016.

Wed 19 Apr 17 from Arstechnica

Silicon Valley's Hottest Overpriced Juicer Apparently Works Worse Than Your Bare Hands

Remember Juicero? It was the darling of glass-eyed Silicon Valley investors just a year ago. But it turns out the the $400 juice-making gadget is very literally useless. You can actually just ...

Wed 19 Apr 17 from Gizmodo

Juicero users find that man trumps machine

 FADE IN: EXT. BOHEMIAN GROVE – NIGHT Two VCs are wearing feathered headdresses and leather breeches. One, Anton, is drinking Soylent 3.0 from a bag, the other, Brad, Chateau Margaux ...

Wed 19 Apr 17 from TechCrunch


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