Re: Turning back on after a power outage
Bunnie, could you get one of the people who didn't think that the Chumby turning itself back on after a power outage, like most of my other electronics (and most assuredly my pre-Chumby alarm clock) was MORE intuitive than the expected behavior to write something up explaining why? I really can't wrap my head around the idea that not turning itself back on is more intuitive than turning itself back on.
Totally agreed, and it is a shame. Two potential Chumby customers have been turned away because of it that I know of so far. Both are friends of mine and when they asked me how I liked my Chumby, I had to tell them the truth. I like it for all the wrong reasons. It is a cool device, don't get me wrong. But I bought it to replace my alarm clock primarily, and this is what the Chumby fails at most. If this oversight was worked out, it might just be worth the $180 price tag. As it sits now, if this isn't resolved soon, I'll be selling mine. I've been a huge proponent for the Chumby for quite a while now, but enough is enough at this point. If it can't suit my needs as an alarm clock, I'll sell it and keep looking.