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Never heard of the game Day of infamy before, but as it was on offer on Steam and got positive reviews I spent a few bucks on it. It turns out to be a fantastic WWII FPS game (and that means a lot from someone spoilt by games like Battlefield).
One problem though, on my Dell gaming notebook, which is not exactly low spec, it runs hot after only minutes of playing and the fans start blazing. So be warned https://www.slant.co/topics/6407/viewpoints/5/~world-war-ii-games-on-steam~day-of-infamy[^]
As I suspected "Day of infamy" is not on the list of NVidia supported games: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/geforce-experience/games/
A well known title like Skyrim is, and this runs much better on my gaming notebook without generating too much heat.
The free to play "Heroes & Generals" is on the list, but sadly still generates a lot of heat
I need a smart watering can
I just watered my plants, hopefully as I should have.
One of my plants is showing signs of not doing so well (but I'm having a hard time recognizing such signs from plants).
What I need is a watering can that tells me how much water my plants need, when they need it, if I should add some Pokon, if the plants get enough sun or too much...
Surely something like that exists?
In fact, a quick Google tells me it does: Freiya Is a Smart Watering Can that May Save Your Plants | Digital Trends[^]
I'll have to keep this in mind in case my new plants become as ill-fated as all my previous plants
But I guess I'm ruining your topic with useful IoT devices.
Although it uses BlueTooth, not sure if it's actually IoT...
WHAT? No Shake Weight incorporation??? You've got to be kidding me! What type of stupid idiot would leave out such basic functionality??? At the minimum, use the power generated to run the other functions when the electricity goes out! And get healthier at the same time! Come on, now! The name is hinted at in the item being replaced - salt Shaker! Dummys! I guess it is time to get into some IoT and make the big bucks.
I see the idea, but you aren't taking it quite far enough. You shake a salt cellar to dispense salt, yes? So what this needs is a "shake to charge" system.
Given that the dispense is motorised, quarter of an hour of shaking should provide enough charge to dispense salt for one person (and run the WiFi for a while).
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