Apple has a track record of consistently upping the ante in the laptop space with their MacBook laptops. The first MacBook Air launch back in 2008 set a new standard and led the ultraportable segment for years. Here, we look at the MacBook Air 13 launched in 2018 and some of the best alternatives.
Our favourite childhood toy, Lego, has been around since 1932. For decades, children have been playing with them building various sorts of structures – buildings, castles, Lego people, animals, cars… You name it, but it is really more than just a mere toy. Lego sets incorporate creativity and STEM activities with productive entertainment. From fiery […]
Budget all-round PCs with little to go wrong, is quiet and have a small foot print are perfect for classrooms, libraries and IT suites. These PCs will not only perform well and meet all education needs but cost less, is more reliable and generate little heat.
When considering an All-In-One Desktop PC, one approach is to get the most powerful unit your budget allows. Due to its design, you won’t be looking to upgrade yourself it in any way, not like a conventional desktop. Here, we explore ten seriously powerful AIOs with Intel Core i7.
There are many good reasons for choosing an All-In-One desktop PC over a conventional tower or a desktop with base unit. We look at five simple reasons why you should consider an AIO and follow up with five amazing examples.
An all-in-one (AIO) desktop PC is a computer that combines all the components of a desktop computer into one enclosed unit. Instead of using a separate tower or base unit and monitor for the desktop, it puts the base unit behind the display.
Screens are all around us in a myriad of forms, from the television to the computer, from the tablet to the mobile phone. There is hardly a child born in this day and age who will not have been exposed to a screen.
There is a disconnect between the conventional graphics tablet, which is essentially a slate based input device and the screen. Marry these together and you get the best of both worlds, being able to use the stylus and actually see what you draw on the built-in display.
If you print in colour and on A3 paper, very soon, you will be looking to replace those ink cartridges. Not so with these A3 InkJet Printers with refillable ink tanks. For volume printing, you want nothing less than being able to refill those individual cartridges to lower your cost of printing.
When minimal fuss is what you want from your everyday computing and your primary tasks are based online then one of these cost effective low maintenance Chromeboxes or nettop boxes is your thing.
What better way to prepare your kids for a future driven by technology, software and programming than to start them young and give them every opportunity to explore and learn coding and programming.
You can now get portable LCD monitors to go with your laptop, tablet, game console or mini PC. These compact and slimline monitors are not only lightweight and thin, they do not require a separate power brick as they draw power from the USB port and work independent of your graphics card.