July 20, 2006

Why take risks with your family’s health when you don’t have to?

Don’t just worry about potential dangers – learn the facts before you buy

With the abundance of home security cameras on the market, finding out the drawbacks of each one can be a difficult and time-consuming task. You don’t want to purchase an expensive camera only to find out that it uses potentially dangerous technology, especially if you’re using it to keep watch over your family.

As an informed consumer, you may have heard about the possible dangers of infrared radiation from certain security cameras. This is especially troubling as infrared radiation is often used as a method of illumination for baby monitors.

What you need to know about the dangers of infrared radiation

Scientific research finds that heat from infrared exposure has been known to lead to the development of cataracts. Prolonged exposure to intense optical radiation will, over time, be absorbed by the iris or cornea and converted into heat, which is then conducted to the lens of the eye, inducing the formation of cataracts.

The amount of exposure from infrared radiation in certain security cameras might be minimal, but isn’t it better to just eliminate the risk altogether and go with the security camera that will let you sleep soundly, secure in the knowledge that your family is safe?

Eliminate all risk with the Sentinel’s radiation-free Starlight Mode

With its technologically advanced Starlight Mode, the X10 Sentinel PTZ Camera is ideal for use as a baby monitor. Instead of using potentially harmful radiation to get a clear picture, the Sentinel’s Starlight Mode simply slows the camera’s shutter dramatically to let in more light, allowing for a crystal-clear full color picture even in the darkest of rooms.

With our Starlight Mode, you don’t have to worry about even the possibility of health risks for your family, and especially your children. We’ve eliminated any potential risk while still using the best available technology to capture any nighttime activity, avoiding risky infrared radiation to keep your family as safe as possible. With the Sentinel, you can sleep well knowing that your family’s health is not in danger.

Why take risks with your family’s health when you don’t have to? Use the X10 Sentinel PTZ Camera for all your home security needs.

June 14, 2006

Home Automation is for Women, too

According to a 2003 Consumer Electronics Association report, women are spending up to $55 billion a year on consumer electronic products and initiate 75 percent of all consumer electronic purchases. This is about half the total gross revenue of the consumer electronics market. The report also states women's interests are on the rise with 42 percent expressing interest in consumer electronics. When compared to men, women also express a higher level of interest in both high-definition television (63 percent) and digital cameras (43 percent).

Will "tech talk" replace "brunch talk" among girlfriends in the future?
I'll be honest, with X10 most customers still seem to be male.

So, ladies, stop asking, "Do these shoes go with this bag?" Start asking, "Does this lamp module go with that palmpad remote?

Here are a couple good places to start:

Lighting control.
Whole house lighting systems eliminate wall clutter with aesthetically pleasing designs. Dimmer and switch control adds to a more productive, relaxed, efficient, fulfilling and secure life while saving electricity.
Check out:

Automation systems.
Home automation allows total control of anything electronic in the home - your television, stereo system, alarm system, camera surveillance or even your coffee maker. Internet access gives the freedom to monitor, control and maintain the systems in your home even while you are at work, or at play.

June 01, 2006

Hi everybody!

Woah, this was a busy week! What did I do?

I was working on the latest addition to the X10 family:


We've just put it up today, it's a first version with much more to come. One feature that is there already, is our daily deal, and I mean DEAL! Take a look and tell me what you think!

Oh, and did you know about ?
I wasn't personally involved in the production of that site, but I sure know the product; do you? :)

Okay, this web producer has to go to bed now.

May 22, 2006

I want your input!

Morning Everybody!

Just a quick note about my latest site:

I'd like to ask all of you to review the site and give me your input. I established a forum just for that:

Me and my team worked hard to bring X10 web sites to a new level. I would like to make it even better for you!

More from me a little later today. I am starting a big new project today...