Raspberry Pi is an affordable and easy way to learn about computing, coding and software. It also does not take a lot of room or power, making it cheap to run too. Then there is the community, documentations and resources surrounding the use of the tiny computer making it an ideal gadget for learning. So, […]
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When it comes to a laptop for college or university, it usually comes down to one of cost which is why these entry level MacBooks are popular among students. They come with all the power you will need and then some. But would it be the MacBook Air M2 or the 2 years old MacBook […]
It’s past mid-2022, and hopefully, where you are, you should already be somewhat free from the restricting shackles of the “incident” from the last two years. People are (mostly) no longer locked to their homes, and business have pretty much gone back to normal. Along with everything that returned to normal, are schools. And in the […]
Personal computers, without all the reasons that prematurely break them, are actually pretty resilient hardware. Many last for more than five years. In fact, a good portion of them even last ten years or more. They simply survive a lot longer than any reasonable length of time people usually use them before deciding to upgrade.
It’s easy to see the appeal of OLED displays. Bright, capable of high-contrast and vivid colours, they are the makings of an amazing screen. OLEDs are becoming more common now on laptops as they do smartphones and big screen TVs. Here is a look at laptops with OLED panels.
The M1 chip was a technological wonder at the time of its release. Sure, it did kind of cheat with performance benchmarks because of software optimization. But, at least we witnessed the birth of heavy duty all day laptops. The M2 carries on the legacy, observing power-efficient performance curve, achieving even more performance while consuming […]
Notes on my Apple devices is one of my most used app. This is where I jot down ideas, write blog posts, book outlines, and generally store text information that does not require editing.
Next to the entry level iPad 10.2-inch, the iPad Air 10.9 is a firm favourite among those in Education and Apple has made it even more appealing. The fifth generation iPad Air may look the same bar colour options, but it is now powered by the Apple M1 chip making it the most affordable tablet […]
Can’t open PUB, MS Publisher files on your system? You have come to the right place. If you don’t have Microsoft Publisher or any of the third party software that can open and view PUB files, we have solutions for you and it doesn’t involve buying or installing any application.
We are fans of the most affordable Mac, the Apple Mac mini. With Apple charging exorbitant prices for the Mac Studio, it more attractive than ever. And, just like the Mac Studio, it’s BYOD (Bring Your Own Display, mouse (or trackpad) and keyboard) which means you need these essentials to complete the desktop. Here is […]
Announced at the same time at the WWDC 2022, the new MacBook Pro 13 and MacBook Air are the first laptops to carry the new generation Apple M2 chip. But, the MacBook Air M2 is more of an upgrade than the MacBook Pro 13. When comparing MacBook Pro 13 M2 vs MacBook Air M2, is […]
Got the new MacBook Pro 14 or 16-inch and are looking for an equally handsome sleeve for it. We take a look at Harber’s best offerings in this category. They include laptop cases, folios and sleeves. We will save bags and backpacks for another post. Here are your premium laptop folio and sleeve cases for […]
11-inch just doesn’t cut it anymore as a Pro tablet. With Samsung going all out with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra that comes with a whooping 14.6-inch display, not that we are suggesting you carry around a giant slate, 12-inch tablets are fast becoming the norm. Here are five to choose from for education.
The iPad Air 2022 now with M1 chip and plenty of colour options is even closer to the iPad Pro 11 2021 also with M1 chip. What does 200 dollars extra gets you with the iPad Pro 11 2021? Or if you are looking specifically for a mid-range tablet, should you consider with the iPad […]
Want a big tablet that can rival those 2-in-1 convertible laptops minus the heft and thickness, the new Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is your answer. Beating Apple to the size race, the Samsung’s pro tablet is available in not two but three sizes, the S8, S8+ and S8 Ultra with the Ultra being the biggest. […]
Learning to write essay type answers whether in exams or for an assignment, takes both practise and experience. Over time, you can learn to learn to develop ideas and points that are relevant and compelling to write a strong, well-structured essay.
MacBook Pro 14 & 16 (late 2021): How many external monitors can you connect to the M1 Pro & M1 Max laptops
The new MacBook Pros released late 2021 come with the most number of connectivity options on a system based on M1. They also support the most number of external displays. Naturally, if you are going to spend so much money on a laptop, and a powerful one I may add, you are going to want […]
What Every Parent Needs to Know About Early Childhood Development (ECD) – Social and Emotional Development
In this, part 3 of our 3 part series on Early Childhood Development, we’ll be looking at children’s ability to deal with emotions and suggest ways in which, as a parent or guardian, you can establish rules, routines and responsibilities to help children up to age five, navigate their feelings. We will also look at how […]
Apple is moving into the monitor space in a big way with the launch of Studio Display joining the flagship Apple Pro Display XDR. While the Studio Display is only your premium LCD monitor, it is the Pro Display XDR that leads the way in terms of technology with mini LED backlight. Here, we see […]
What Every Parent Needs to Know About Early Childhood Development (ECD) – Fine and Gross Motor Skills
In this, part two of a three-part series, we continue to look at the ways in which your child develops from their first year of life to age four so that as a parent you are aware of and able to monitor their progress. In part one we looked at how children’s thinking and language […]