As the title suggests! I’m always on the look out for new gadgets, gizmos and tech to review.
I’d love to review some of the stuff on my gadget wish list, but anything that will appeal to the geek within is always good.
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Last Update (5) – 7th October – iOS 11.0.2
So iOS 11 has been out for a few days now and with every major release of iOS many things change, some very clearly advertised and a lot that are hidden in some webpage somewhere or just in Apple’s secret knowledge farm.
This is what I’ve found so far, and I will continue to update these over the next few weeks should I find anymore.
These have been found using my iPad (2017 version) and my iPhone 6S+
USB-C is here, all hail USB-C for it is our saviour, it’ll go in either way and won’t use that special 4th dimension that USB plugs currently use (You know the one, insert-fail, turn it over and insert-fail, then turn it back over and it finally inserts) and it delivers all content including power!
Well Yes and No, that all depends on what you plug it into!
Over the years in IT I’ve experienced most brands in both laptop and PC form and the difference between brands can at times be quite substantial – Even in the same price range build quality can be excellent or very poor.
Because of this when it came to home PCs, I always opted to build my own, it saved some money and allowed me to pick and choose parts – but then prices came right down and it made more sense to buy pre-built systems.
So the other day I decided I wanted to actually fully write my blogs when out and not wait until I was home to finish them off. The iPad is good but image editing isn’t that easy and adding images to WordPress is much easier on a fully functional laptop.
Not having a huge budget meant looking around for something small, functional and cheap – I found the Lenovo IdeaPad 110S-11IBR at Argos for £169.99.