Soda Machine Fail

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25 Responses to Soda Machine Fail

    • Pretty sure it's not as good as you imagine.

      Big screen =/= good resolution.

      That's probably just a regular HD display, so the pixels would be kinda huge.

      Okay for a television with moving images/a soda display you quickly tap to get the can you want, but for a regular monitor? It'd suck.

    • Pretty sure it’s not as good as you imagine.

      Big screen =/= good resolution.

      That’s probably just a regular HD display, so the pixels would be kinda huge.

      Okay for a television with moving images/a soda display you quickly tap to get the can you want, but for a regular monitor? It’d suck.

  1. on CDW.com you can find large format displays without TV tuners.

    No, I don't work there; I was surprised anyone made them / sold them that way for normal people.

  2. on CDW.com you can find large format displays without TV tuners.

    No, I don’t work there; I was surprised anyone made them / sold them that way for normal people.

  3. on CDW.com you can find large format displays without TV tuners.

    No, I don’t work there; I was surprised anyone made them / sold them that way for normal people.

    • True, lol. but your average Joe or Jane would probably have no idea what's going on and tap the hell out of the screen (maybe even punch it) thinking that they can make it work. But for me the "OUT OF ORDER" sign is not necessary (:

      • @Jessica: I know, right?

        Granted, if it were an Apple iSoda machine, the soda would cost $5.00 per bottle and you'd need an Apple Certified technician to get it out for you because there's no way to get at it otherwise. But at least you could import your iTunes playlist and listen to it while it overcharges you. :)

        (That was a little tongue-in-cheek, I love my Apple gadgets, even though I'm a certified Microsoft geek professionally. They both have their charms and idiocies.)

      • @Jessica: I know, right?

        Granted, if it were an Apple iSoda machine, the soda would cost $5.00 per bottle and you’d need an Apple Certified technician to get it out for you because there’s no way to get at it otherwise. But at least you could import your iTunes playlist and listen to it while it overcharges you. :)

        (That was a little tongue-in-cheek, I love my Apple gadgets, even though I’m a certified Microsoft geek professionally. They both have their charms and idiocies.)

  4. True, lol. but your average Joe or Jane would probably have no idea what’s going on and tap the hell out of the screen (maybe even punch it) thinking that they can make it work. But for me the “OUT OF ORDER” sign is not necessary (:

  5. True, lol. but your average Joe or Jane would probably have no idea what’s going on and tap the hell out of the screen (maybe even punch it) thinking that they can make it work. But for me the “OUT OF ORDER” sign is not necessary (:

  6. True, lol. but your average Joe or Jane would probably have no idea what’s going on and tap the hell out of the screen (maybe even punch it) thinking that they can make it work. But for me the “OUT OF ORDER” sign is not necessary (:

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