Gadgets are an irreplaceable part of our lifestyle, and since many of them that you purchase are from a long-term point of view, it is pivotal that you invest in them with thorough planning. Before you take the plunge and blindly make a purchase, it is always a good idea to do a little homework. Are you interested in a product with a lot of extra features or would you be more comfortable with a gadget that is simple to operate?
In this holiday season of isolation, maybe is the best time to think about getting some nice presents to yourself. We’ll show you some options:
How great would it be to have a big-screen movie experience without having to lug your TV into your backyard? How great would it be to have a projector in your backpack to watch a movie while camping? Portable projectors make it possible. They're about the size of a large Bluetooth speaker, run on batteries and can stream Netflix and more.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max is a great buy for those with professional workflows that involve a phone. There is no denying the fact that this is a premium device.
If you’re a digital artist and planning to buy the best drawing tablet, then pressure sensitivity, size and accuracy are the key specifications to look for and it’s probably not an easy task to figure out what fits in your requirements.
The rise of podcasts can be traced to the diversity of content offerings, but it can also be attributed to the relative ease of starting one: you don’t need a fancy recording studio or any degree or certification to get started.
Just be yourself.