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You’re working in the home or office more than ever before, more virtual meetings, zoom sessions conference calls. Using every platform known to the human race, the kids interrupting, dogs barking or in my case snoring loudly. Your trying to listen to all your team members whilst keeping the world around you as silent as possible, the virtual work environment has become the norm but are you prepared. Are you still using your old headset or like me using the headphones that came with your phone. Might be time to get the right tool for the job. So we reached out to our friends at Jabra and decided to take the Jabra Evolve2 40 for a test drive.
To say disruptions to the education sector in 2020 is significant would be a gross understatement. Where I am we essentially had parents turned into teaching support staff for half the school year with remote learning. Face to face schooling for primary and secondary schools have just resume (for how long who knows?). Higher education would have been the hardest hit, taking into consideration the multitude of students stranded overseas (or directed by State to boycott certain countries).
The Jabra Elite 45h is honestly an absolute bargain; these headphones have the sound and design quality of high end brands but without the price tag. I love the design, love the app, love the EQ but most of all, I love the ability to wirelessly achieve great audio quality without compromising on style, comfort or battery life.
Well today is the day it lands. Just update your Jabra Sound+ app on your appstore and the feature is available as a firmware update. Just remember to have a decent charge in your case and follow the prompts in app. It takes up to 15 minutes to complete.
For most of my life I have only known one name associated with creating labels. A proprietary eponyms that is a four-letter D word (no no not that word ending in k). With thanks to Brother Australia, DRN gets to play with the Brother P-Touch Cube Pro (PT-P910BT) label printer, the latest mobile label printer to join Brother's 36mm range.
Recently we tested and reviewed a pair of Seagate Skyhawk hard drives specifically created for Surveillance NAS units.
This time around – courtesy again from Seagate – we’re putting their latest IronWolf HDDs to the test: a couple of 16TB heavy duty general purpose drives to be the heart of our Synology DS420+ NAS.
We won’t bore you with too many specs but if you come away with a deeper appreciation of the technology that you trust your precious data to, I consider my job done.
So come along for the drive... :)
Where to store them safely, how to organise them has become a nightmare.
Time to look at a NAS unit of impeccable heritage: the Synology DS420+ to turn a nightmare into a dream.
The release of the HomePod Mini, noticeably lacking a number of features (including access to Spotify?!), smells of a desperate maneuver to break into a market so very much entrenched with Amazon Alexa and Google Home/Nest products.
But the next big thing, the iPhone 12 series of phones, something was even more off.
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