Time flies when you are in perpetual lockdown. Well that’s what I keep telling myself! Leaving politics aside it’s been interesting shift in how technology is being used during our … Continue reading Google’s Pixel 5 – 6 months later
Husband, father, gadget geek and always looking for new experiences.
So Google Stadia is a year old. As an early adopter, indeed a founder, of the platform how have I found using it? In short, it has been brilliant! I … Continue reading Google Stadia is my Gaming go too
Living with a Macbook over the last couple of weeks has been different. But is it any better than the Chromebooks I have been using for my main devices over … Continue reading M1 Macbook review
Chrome OS matures
*this article is based on my experience using a beta version of Big Sur on a 2013 Macbook Air. My ageing Macbook Air had started to show signs of weariness … Continue reading Mac’s Big Sur Falls Short*
So I got back from a recent trip to the West Coast of Scotland, opened up my 2013 MacBook Air and found I had the Beta of the new OS … Continue reading Apple’s Big Sur Arrives
Having covered the hardware and software, what did I finally think of the iPad Pro? Wrapping up this series is a bittersweet experience. On the one hand a beautifully crafted, … Continue reading iPad – Part 4 The Conclusion
Now one of my biggest concerns whilst researching on whether to purchase the iPad was what software to use.
Oh, also how “lappable” is the new iPad with Magic keyboard? I would use your set up as a laptop first, tablet second. And for the money, would a MacBook Air be better? now curious how Apple Pencil works for text selection. If you have the Pencil, I’d like to learn about it. As a writer, can Apple Pencil be better than the new trackpad or even a mouse for text selection/editing?
This is the first in a series of my 2020 IPad Pro impressions and observations. On 24 March Apple announced the new iPad Pro to the world and whilst those … Continue reading My iPad Arrives – Part One
I have been an avid user of a Chromebook (and therefore Chrome OS) since 2012 when I purchased my first – the Toshiba Chromebook 1. Over the ensuing years I … Continue reading Using a Chromebook offline
and why is Apple being left behind…..