I decided to start the Microsoft Surface devices reviews series with a thing I spent the most time looking for - a case. Getting a proper protection for such an expensive device like Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book is fundamental. Not only to avoid some serious damage (both devices are rather unrepairable), but also to keep these shiny gadgets in a good visual condition.
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Sunday, March 13, 2016
Do you know that feeling, when you drive your beloved, recently cleaned and waxed car and suddenly, out of nowhere, the orange (or sometimes red) Engine Check light appears on the dashboard? Is it a feeling of a fear, mixed with a thrill and anxiety? Few seconds later, after the shock is gone, you ask yourself - where's the nearest car service, where someone could connect to your car via special interface and diagnose the problem and/or delete the error code? Then you realize... it's Sunday. You're alone on that desert, and nobody is going to help you for the next 24 hours.
But thankfully, such stories are past now. Today, for about $10 you can turn your Android phone into semi-professional car diagnosis center.
Sunday, March 6, 2016
Soon I'll be reviewing Microsoft Surface line products, including some "must-have" accessories for both Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. In case you have some questions, here's the complete list of the incoming reviews:
- Microsoft Surface Pro 4
- Surface Pro 4 Type Cover
- Surface Pro 4 SleeveCase by Waterfield Designs
- Surface Pro 4 Full Body Protector by XtremeGuard
- Surface Pro 4 InvisibleShield Glass by ZAGG
- Microsoft Surface Book
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Saturday, February 27, 2016
I've been testing Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book since some time and recently I noticed that among many software related problems there is also one, serious in my opinion, design problem that actually can't be fixed until Surface Book 2 is out.