I have been working for Tech Depot Blog UK for a few months now and all manner of technological goodness arrives at my door. With items as large as high definition televisions delivered, managing the selection of boxes, manuals and annoying bits of polystyrene are all part of the course.
Tech Depot is a company belonging to Office Depot and Viking Direct, who you might of heard of if you ever needed to purchase office supplies. Tech Depot features products including televisions, computers, servers, speakers, gaming accessories, software, laptops, netbooks, speakers, projectors, cables and much more. The new blog that launched recently contains a wide selection of articles, guides and features currently all written/created by myself.
Tech Depot is a company belonging to Office Depot and Viking Direct, who you might of heard of if you ever needed to purchase office supplies. Tech Depot features products including televisions, computers, servers, speakers, gaming accessories, software, laptops, netbooks, speakers, projectors, cables and much more.
A few months ago I was approached by one of the managers within the company. He enjoyed and was evidently impressed by one of my YouTube videos reviewing a satellite navigation software solution for the Apple iPhone. After a couple of meetings, it was agreed that I would set-up and run a new technology blog and I would also be required to write the articles, which include features covering hardware, gadgets, accessories and software as well as podcasts, videos and even technology guides. Thus Tech Depot Blog UK was born and has been officially launched today. You can also follow the Tech Depot UK Twitter.
Digital television is quickly dominating the United Kingdom and replacing the fuzzy analogue we once fine tuned and could never get quite right. Rather than a selection of just four or five channels, we now have access to a vast array including dedicated music, documentary, news and even radio stations. If you wish to avoid a subscription service that involves contracts, there are currently three choices to consider and here I will explain the main differences.
On many newer televisions, a plethora of brightly coloured labels advertising the usual benefits of the model appear and in addition you will also notice ones that show the TV is compatible with Freeview, Freeview HD or Freesat. Although you can purchase a set-top box that includes one of these three methods for digital television, all modern screens include internal hardware to give you the wonders of digital without the need for yet another extra box.
Eventually all televisions within your home will be forced to use Digital TV as analogue is slowly switched off and in some regions this has already begun. Unless you have a compatible set-top box or television with digital hardware built-in, you will lose the ability to watch the BBC, BBC 2, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5. You can find out more information about the switchover on the Digital UK website.
Allow me to beckon you all around my virtual stall if you will, as for a moment at least, I will feel a little like a market trader as I present to you the Lexmark Platinum Pro905. Please don’t misunderstand my intentions though, I am no Delboy Trotter here with my suitcase full of unusual and bizarre merchandise. Instead I will be sharing with you wonderful news at the top of my voice for those who are actively seeking an economic printing solution and a host of other features.
In the past, printers have lured us in with their irresistible pricing and reproduction quality, however in what only feels like the briefest of moments, you can sometimes find yourself receiving a most unwelcome shock when you realise that almost in no time at all you have reached the dreaded ink empty status. So here comes the promised good news you have been waiting for… Lexmark are confident that it will cost just a single penny and possibly even less to print a page containing a typical amount of text. Not only that, due to the quite large ink cartridges, you will be printing away for a ‘smile’ worthy time.