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jensku
 Finland
Personalised Postcard Printer Printer Friendly Version
A machine similar to a photo printer at photo printing shops. Photos can be transferred to the machine via usb, dropbox, etc. They can then be manipulated to make postcards, which it then prints out on postcard paper, with or without lines on the back. Could also incorporate puzzle postcards and prepaid postage.
These machines can be purchased by cafes for their customers who want to send personalised postcards. At the same time they can order a coffee or something to eat.
Reward: One machine to keep for myself and another to give to a local cafe in Helsinki. 

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Smart1Iam
 USA
Base computer SatelliteTablet Printer Friendly Version
Have a base computer do all the heavy processing and a Tablet that is just a touch screen display device with enough processing power to communicate with the touch screen and the network interface that talks to the base. Several satellite tablets could work off of the same base computer. The battery life of the tablets would be much improved. The base computer could be something that is connected to the HDTV and also be the DVR. The tablets could be used to play games, surf the internet, watch TV or recorded shows while the rest of the family watches other programming. All communication with the tablet would be over wireless so there would only be a charger connection for the tablet. The base computer could be marketed as a "Google TV" type computer with the tablets and the control interfaces.
Reward: Free product would be nice. Some acknowledgement for the idea would nice. 

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duke43j
Anti RoboCall Phone Printer Friendly Version
I hate getting robocalls from telemarketers. I wish someone would build an answering machine that won't ring the phone if the caller is not listed in your address book.
You would enter the names and phone numbers of all your friends and relatives (well, most of them). Then the device would check the caller ID with the phone numbers in the list. If the caller is on the list, the phone would ring normally. If the caller is not on the list, the phone would not ring at all. Instead, it would take a message. It would be a bonus if the device would also display a list of all the phone numbers received that were not in your address book. That way, you could quickly scan them and delete them instead of listening to each one.

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