Category Archives: Electronics
Whether you’re into fitness or Netflix binge watching, everyone has a bit of a tech-guru inside. You may not consider yourself tech-savvy, but take a look around your home and at what you own. You’ll probably see things like smartphones, tablets, laptops, TVs, sound systems, light dimmers, and more. Whether we realize it or not, technology is so embedded in our lives that we have trouble separating ourselves from it.Instead of wasting your money on gadgets you don’t need, find items you can actually use this year to make life easier, more productive, and more comfortable. Here are some of the top tech gadgets and innovations on the market this year.
Contrary to popular wisdom, it is still perfectly possible to receive television through an aerial. Indeed, since the digital switchover of a few years ago, where signal strength at transmitter was substantially increased, aerial reception is better than it has ever been.
The world finally gets to see the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It’s the bigger, more versatile upgrade to every phone and tablet offering Samsung has made, sure to change the way people use mobile devices. The Note 4 features the highest resolution display yet, at 1440 p, with 5.7” of screen real estate to work with.
Choosing the right ground power supply is difficult when the power supplies are so very similar. The difference between a 24 and 28-volt power supply is not that large. The best thing for users of these generators is to find the right kind of generator for the area. There are generators that are perfect for homes, but there are other generators that are much better for smaller projects or vehicles. Using generators is often the only way to keep power going to a certain place.
A fleet of vehicles presents a unique set of challenges for the person or corporate entity that owns the fleet. This is because a particular vehicle in the fleet could be thousands of miles from any other vehicle in the fleet. If you have one vehicle in Florida and another in California, how do you make sure that both cars ultimately return to you in good shape?