Three ways smaller is big!
Three items you will find useful and interesting that show how smaller can actually be bigger.
We all know how pervasive mobile phones are. I see them held by every other driver I cautiously pull up to. That’s roughly 60%, given my bias against driving and texting.
Well, did you know that officially, “In certain parts of the world, there are now more Google search queries on smartphones than on desktop computers and tablets”?
Google’s Jerry Dischler wrote that “more Google searches take place on mobile devices than on computers in 10 countries, including the U.S. and Japan.”
So while more than half the world is switching to mobile, Dell has just come up with the Palm-sized desktop. A real meeting of worlds!
But if you have a crowded desk – and who doesn’t – then you may be interested in the Inspiron Micro Desktop. “Tiny Desktop. Big Potential,” is the billing at Dell’s site. 2 GB memory and 32 GB hard drive. Leaving plenty of room for wireless keyboard-mouse combo and that 23″ monitor you’ve always wanted.
Drawbacks? There aren’t any, unless you’re picky about the traditional DVD player or storage over 500 GB. Check the specs. Then look again at your current set up. Then back to cost under $200. Then current crowded set up. Any questions? Join this really big change for desktops.
Apple Watch is really pretty neat. Especially if you happen to have an iPhone 6. Droid Ultra doesn’t count. Neither does that Samsung Galaxy. They have their own watches. They just don’t call them Apple Watch. And they’re not as
How can I count the ways an Apple Watch is “really pretty neat”? Messages. Time Faces. Digital Touch. Phone Calls. Siri. Maps. Music. Apple Pay. Activity. Work Out. And more, much more. Did we mention the “Digital Crown”? Shades of Blackberry!
As everyone knows, ten functions qualify as “really pretty neat.” Should you wish to confirm for yourself, click for a guided tour of this very small wearable tool. Pretty neat.