PC World have had my £200+ Epson L355 printer now for more than three weeks to resolve an issue whereby the printer thinks that it has no ink in it even though it’s got four full ink chambers. I know it’s the printer that thinks this and not a computer driver mis-communicating because there’s an […]
In the beginning Four years ago we were treated to a usable computer that cost less than £25 from the guys at the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Many asked whether this would be a flash in the pan, after-all by the time you added an SD card for storage, power supply, keyboard, mouse and screen, then […]
It’s amazing the different ways in which a difficult topic can be presented to students to make it easier and fun for them to learn. I was part of the RSGB’s Train the Trainers team that went to deliver a course to the folk of the Norfolk Amateur Radio Club (and others) last Saturday, 09/05/2015, […]
Earlier this month I purchased an HP Stream 7 Signature Edition tablet and I wrote about how reckoned it was a steal at the £79 I paid for it; a whopping 20% off the already great value £99 for a top-name tablet.
Earlier today I purchased a £3.99 pack of 2032 Duracell batteries from my local Argos store. As I was paying at the till I was asked if I wanted to put the purchase on an Argos store card and spread the payment out over several months. I guess the staff must be told to ask […]
Over the Christmas / New Year period Microsoft had a sale and one of the items they were promoting was the HP Stream 7 Signature tablet, sporting the latest Windows 8.1 operating system. At just £79, this seemed to be too good a bargain to turn down; especially as we’re talking HP here and not […]