FAST TABLET, TERRIBLE DESIGN Was looking to upgrade from an Asus 2N1 laptop due to slow speeds and lower RAM; the Galaxy Tab S6 caught my eye. Shipping too awhile longer due to Covid19 but the unit arrived. I did not purchase the $200 keyboard, finding a Fintie cover with backlit keyboard. Funny thing,…… Continue reading Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
I love Tote Bags. There, I said it. Back in high school, I was the only student carrying a tote bag. The tote was a brilliant blue nylon with polyester straps, a large single opening and a body-wide zip pocket on the back. I used that until it frayed too much to be useful. Now…… Continue reading Men’s Fashion: Totes
When it comes to backpacks, bags, clutches and wallets, guys tend to think only blues, blacks, camo and greys. There are literally thousands of colors out in nature and it’s time that guys get on board. There isn’t anything wrong with the aforementioned colors, but I’d like guys to start broadening their horizons. In…… Continue reading Guys, Start New Bag Habits!
The Nokia E7 did not work out, I could not upgrade to the new software, nor could I find anyone to help. I returned the phone and am hoping to get at least a partial refund. I do like the FTec slider phone, but do not have $700. I’m just paying off the Galaxy Note…… Continue reading Smartphone and Communication
I have a Nokia E7 that needs to be flashed to the new Symbian Delight 2018 version. Currently has Symbian Belle Refresh, which is unusable in 2019. Prefer in United States due to shipping costs outside the U.S.
Samsung had been my go-to phone since Nokia stopped making forward thinking phones, my first being the Nokia 232, then 9500 Communicator finally the quirky, fun 7380. Then I moved to Samsung, first being the Exhibit, then the Note Edge (which I loved wholeheartedly!). I then bought a Gear S to go with the Edge…… Continue reading Samsung Continues to Disappoint
Ulvench Fitness Tracker ID115PlusHR Mid-January I purchased the Ulvench Fitness Tracker ID115U because my Samsung Galaxy Gear S was no longer visible in direct sunlight, which defeated the purpose of wearing it. I didn’t want to spend hundreds on another smartwatch or tracker and the Ulvench Tracker was thin enough on the wrist, performing the…… Continue reading Ulvench Fitness Tracker
Amazon Fire Stick Bought the Amazon Fire Stick last Christmas, in the hopes of increasing what I can watch. Living on an island there isn’t any broadcast tv signals. The MeTV and IonTV signals fade in and out, almost hourly. Sometimes they disappear entirely, as what happened to MeTV last year upon wind storms. For…… Continue reading Amazon Fire Stick and Mirroring
With high-end smartphones costing upwards to $1,000+ these days, just whipping out your phone to check the time or jot down a note could cost you your life. Especially in medium and larger cities, criminals would think nothing of grabbing and running with your month’s rent worth of phone, or worse, stabbing you in broad…… Continue reading Decoy Phone
After months and months of no internet, I’m finally online with CenturyLink’s Internet Basics (Thank you Nicole!). What has been going on in my life? In a nutshell, divorce, the flu, Bell’s Palsy, a cross-state move to a Washington State Island, debt, sparse apartment–but it’s all mine. I’ve updated software/OS on two old windows computers,…… Continue reading Back Online