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Hotsellhome New 12LED Solar Power Buried Light Under Ground Lamp Outdoor Path Way Garden Decking (A)

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Features:

Upgraded LED Buried lamps for Garden Lawn Yard.

Made of durable and stylish stainless steel.

Solar powered ground light.

Comes with auto-on dusk to dawn sensor.

No wiring required and safe to use around children and pets.

A 600ma Ni-MH rechargeable battery included.

Ideal for areas where conventional electrical supply is not available.

Lights light up automatically at night. LED lights can work last up to 100,000 hours.

The solar gardening lights are stay in ground stably.

The solar pathway lights are wireless, stainless, waterproof and automatic.could last up to 7-10 hours when fully charged.

Ideal place like garden ,ground lights ,festival atmosphere lights etc.

Speification:

1.Light Color: White.

2.Waterproof level: IP44.

3.Solar Panels: 2v 100ma.

4.Lighting time: sustainable lighting about 7-10 hours.

5.Light body light source: 12 LED.

6.Battery type: 1.2v.

7.Material: stainless steel + high-durable ABS.

8.Size: 12 * 12.5 * 14 cm.

Package Include:

A:1 x 12LED solar Light.

B:4 x 12LED solar Light.

C:1 x 12LED solar Light.

Cute Hot Sale Stroller Hooks Baby Stroller, 2 Pack, Blue Cat (16*4.5CM)

Ships from Hong Kong. It can be used on your stroller bar, wheelchairs, car seat headrests and more. This allows you to hang items like shopping bags, diaper bags and purses. They hold your bag close to the stroller so the bag does not hit the wheels or ground. Each hook is super easy to attach with a gripper velcro strap that will fit any bar and will not slide around.

Report: Walmart Considers Launching Netflix Rival

There aren’t many companies out there with enough money and power to take on Netflix[1] and Amazon in the streaming space. Walmart is one that could, and apparently the retail giant is considering doing just that. As Arstechnica[2] reports, Walmart is in the very early stages of considering its own-branded streaming service which would cost consumers £8 a month.

That’s lower than Amazon Prime Video[3] and Netflix, which would surely make both services sit up, take notice, and even react if it happens. There’s also talk of a free, ad-supported version to help entice consumers to sign up. One big advantage Walmart has over other streaming services is its presence on the ground.

Tens (hundreds?) of thousands of people visit Walmart stores every day across the US and all of them can be targeted with offers to sign up for a streaming service, the same is true for online visitors. There’s also the Walmart-owned Vudu[4] service for buying and renting movies as well as its ad-supported streaming service, so Walmart isn’t completely new to the business. The biggest problem Walmart would face is content.

Both Amazon and Netflix are very heavily invested in funding and producing original content for exclusive use on their streaming services. Walmart would have to rely on licensed content initially and then consider investing billions funding original content of its own. That may be a step too far, but essential if it really wants to compete in this space.

Such a service is potentially very good news for Microsoft.

Amazon Prime Video runs on Amazon’s own AWS datacenters, as does Netflix.

Walmart just signed a five year deal[5] to move its digital operations on to Microsoft Azure cloud, and it therefore makes sense a streaming service would also run on Azure.

References

  1. ^ Netflix (uk.pcmag.com)
  2. ^ Arstechnica (arstechnica.com)
  3. ^ Amazon Prime Video (uk.pcmag.com)
  4. ^ Vudu (uk.pcmag.com)
  5. ^ signed a five year deal (uk.pcmag.com)

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