Macbooks were my favorite systems when I was a kid. My preferences changed as I grew up. When I was in school, I was blessed to use the TVS Gold mechanical keyboards. Those were built like tanks. Much later, when I started working, I first saw IBM ThinkPads. These were some of the older systems. … Continue reading The Comprehensive Used ThinkPad Buyer’s Guide
There have been serious debates about the new wireless (Bluetooth) Airpods – the question is are they really that bad? Change is tough to handle for anyone. So the understandable first hiccups are there, for sure. But doing away with cables for earphones is pretty standard. Standard for a revolutionary company that brings in surprises … Continue reading Are Airpods really that bad?
The new Raspberry Pi 3 release has taken the hackerspace by storm all over the world. The original Raspberry Pi was wonderful when it was first launched. Last year the Raspberry Pi 2 was launched and along with it came a full system equipped with a quad core ARM Cortex A-7 CPU running at 900 … Continue reading The New Raspberry Pi 3 is Lovely
Do pricey laptops mean more value for money? Laptops have gotten cheaper for the consumers over the years. There remains a segment of business users who prefer to go for pricey laptops and still not indulge in gaming or video editing or any of the processor or graphics intensive tasks to fully leverage the power of … Continue reading Do pricey laptops really make sense?
Onion Omega and C.H.I.P. – Two Tiny Computers Before I introduce the two tiny computers here are the pictures of the devices in scale. Just so that you realize what on Earth is actually happening. Yeah. I never post two images back to back right away in the beginning but these tiny computers promise to … Continue reading Two Tiny Computers That Blew My Mind Away