westonpf wrote:I know these types of devices are considered to be disposable but I can't help myself, when the battery does eventually die I will get the tools out and will open up the device to see if I can 'fix' it. If I can't it won't matter as I will have enjoyed the experience of taking it apart and 'tinkering'.
I'm sure I'll find some way to repurpose it, a media player or alarm clock or something that can remain connected to the mains. I have a box of old bits and bobs in the garage that I have 'tinkered' with in the past. I have a couple of old PCs that are happy running as media/file/von servers.
Nice. That's the way.
If ever that happens, and you manage something awesome, feel free to share. xD
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