Saturday, January 3, 2009

the new brother quattro 6000d high def

'sewing machine' (although i wouldn't call something a sewing machine that costs anywhere between 8 and 13,000 dollars. those are prices i've seen in the comments sections of postings. you can't find a real price online. none of the machines are sold online that i can find. you MUST go into a store)

i'll tell you i DO NOT SEW. but i sure would if i had one o' these babies!
Brother Quattro T 6000D: Now Even Sewing Machines are HD

Are you still watching television in standard def? How humiliating. Because Brother has just announced the world's first sewing machine with a built-in camera to display your work on an "HD" screen.

While we don't do much sewing ourselves, the QuattroT 6000D seems to have some good ideas. 56 LEDs illuminate the sewing platform while its "InnovEyeT Technology" provides a bird's eye view of the needle, which can be enlarged for a better view of precision work. Plus, the camera allows the fabric to be auto-positioned (with the help of a sensor positioning sticker) for automatic embroidery.

The screen itself, by Sharp, is a 32-(square)-inch display with 260,000 colors. It's not quite gameday ready, but we're sure that it tracks a mean cross stitch........


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