An IT Consultant, specialising in messaging and infrastructure (Wintel).
Diabetic who used to like chocolate, doughnuts and Frank's RedHot sauce, but never got the chance to try all three in combination!
We’re having a bit of a garage clearout at the minute, and we’re putting a bunch of stuff we no longer need on eBay over the next few weeks.
Please visit our accounts here and here, to see if you can pick up a bargain.
Things we’re selling are a couple of mountain bikes, parts for a CG 125 W motorcycle that we’re breaking down, a Brinkmann smoker, a car roof bag, an igloo cool box and some nice garden lounge chairs, amongst lots of other things.
I went for a nice dog walk the other day at lunchtime, whilst Mrs Zoo Keeper was out with friends. Coco and I were having fun, throwing and fetching a stick (I’m not sure which one of us is the retriever) and I thought I’d take a couple of pictures on my phone to send on and show what a good time we were having: Continue reading “Dog walks”
Almost perfect for me, just a couple of minor compromises
I bought this convertible laptop after my previous purchase of a Dell XPS 13 9350 died and had to be returned to the manufacturer. This laptop had the slight compromise of no USB type-C port, and only 8GB of RAM, rather than 16, but had the benefit of a convertible OLED screen.
The OLED screen is just amazing – the colours just pop from the screen, and it’s so bright, that even with the glossy screen it’s perfectly usable outside. Inside, in a dull room, you really don’t need it on any brighter than 20%. You can also view the screen from almost any angle, but you get a yellow tinge when you’re almost level with the edges. It’s a quad HD screen, and no matter how close I get, I still can’t make out a single pixel. It’s also always nice when you power on a laptop for the first time and you can see that there are no dead or stuck pixels. Continue reading “HP Spectre x360 13″ OLED review”