Just bought this Omron HEM-7130 Blood Pressure Monitor to replace the old Omron M5 model. Used the Omron M5 for many years and LCD screen just stopped working recently.
The new Omron HEM-7130 has body movement and irregular heartbeat detection, and cuff wrapping indicator to check if cuff is properly wrapped.
This particular model came with a standard size cuff 22-32cm. There is another model Omron HEM-7130-L that has a bigger cuff 22-42cm. If you need a smaller cuff 17-22cm, it can be purchased separately. Power adapter is not included in the box. Some photos of the Omron HEM-7130.
Manual, warranty card( you can register the product online), unit itself, soft cuff and a bag.
4x AA Batteries.
Soft cuff ( 22cm - 32cm ).
A recent visitor to my site asked whether it is possible to change the default Pictures folder when importing from a camera or device.
I have a different but related question: The Photos app will only download photos from my camera into the My Pictures folder in the C: drive. How do I redirect it to download to a My Pictures folder in a different drive?
And yes it can be done. Here's how you do it.
First, open File Explorer and connect your camera to the PC. Wait for a moment and your device/camera will appear on the left panel.
Then right-click on the camera/device. Choose 'Import pictures and videos' from the menu.
At this point Windows will start scanning pictures from your camera. After it's done, you'll see a window like it is shown below. Click on 'More options' and the Import Settings window will appear.
At the Import Settings window, click on the Browse button to choose your specific folder or drive for your imported pictures or photos.
Sometime back I got redirected to Google+ photos when I needed to access Picasa Web Albums. I know this is 'old' but I hope this helps anyone who reads this.
Google+ photos is great for it's simple and modern interface but it doesn't provide a direct image link on a photo or picture. This is useful for bloggers who need to manually embed the image link on a webpage or blog post.
How to get back your Picasa Web Albums? Easy, just add a no redirect code at the end of the Picasa Web Albums link.