Posts byDavid Colgate

Can the Apple iPad Pro replace the MacBook? Is it a viable alternative.

Can the Apple iPad Pro replace the MacBook? Is it a viable alternative.

An ever-increasing number of people are using an iPad as their sole computing device. If Apple continues to further improve the iPad’s: functionality, build, and software it looks likely that we will see these figures rise.

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Lease the iPad Pro from HardSoft

It’s been long debated whether tablets can or will ever replace laptops and computers. Over the last decade, tablets have successfully carved themselves out a middle ground in the tech market and are often viewed as ‘luxury goods’.

‘But what we are seeing now is an evolution of the traditional tablet into something far more versatile and technically impressive than ever before.’

The introduction of the iPad Pro heralds the introduction of the first pedigree ‘Tablet’ option for users, that perhaps, is finally powerful enough to replace a laptop. read more

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Apple Mac vs PC in Creative Industries

Apple Mac vs PC in Creative Industries

It’s a debate that’s been raging for years and will likely continue to do so. Is Apple Mac better than PC or is PC better than Apple Mac? Both sides of this debate have extremely loyal users to fight their corner, but we want to know is there ever going to be a winner? Or is it completely down to personal preference?

Apple's latest range of products

Apple’s latest range of products

Market share is heavily weighted in PC’s favour but in creative industries like graphic design, Apple Mac is the usual choice of hardware and in this post, we’re exploring why: read more

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Virtual reality and augmented reality hardware

Virtual reality and augmented reality hardware

Tech experts have been discussing what virtual reality (VR) could be capable of for a while, yet it has only been in the last year or so that the technology has started to attract widespread attention. Now with big name manufacturers including Google, Sony, Samsung and HTC all entering the market with affordable solutions, virtual reality is really starting to catch on. But how could this hardware work for you and your company? We’ve looked at VR for business in more detail.

VR and AR in business

With technology evolving, possible uses for virtual or augmented reality hardware within a work environment are multiplying all the time. In fact, recent research by Bitkom claims that augmented, mixed and virtual reality hardware could save businesses around 88 million Euros by 2020. read more

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