So I’ve noticed another slightly annoying difference between my Lenovo laptops and my cameras – The storage cards are different formats, SD and MicroSD.
One camera uses microSD, the other camera uses normal SD – One laptop has a MicroSD reader and one has a normal SD reader!
So I went looking for a suitable card reader and found the Kingston MobileLite G4.
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.
I’ve been looking around for a while for some sort of portable studio to enable me to take photos for my blogs, some things photo well with a normal backdrop, but for other things you need to be able to isolate it and just focus on the subject.
After much looking around I found this on Amazon for £35 including Prime delivery.
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.
I’ve had my Apple watch a year now and love it, but something I’ve not liked is just placing it on my bedside table to charge, it feels wrong – it needs something better, something to hold it and make Nightstand mode useful.