Although notebooks are increasingly favoured by business users, desktops still have their place – particularly in managed corporate environments. They can also provide great performance and capability for the home user. Stephen Errity profiles the latest offerings
One of the fastest-growing areas of consumer technology right now is home automation devices. From smart speakers to connected coffee makers and web-enabled washing machines, we round up some of the hottest new devices designed to make your home life easier
There are more varied options than ever in this fast-moving part of the market. Traditional tablets like Apple’s iPad are being continuously updated, while versatile two-in-one options from other brands marry the best functions of a tablet and laptop. Stephen Errity picks some highlights
For busy travelling professionals and demanding consumer users, not much can touch the combination of power and portability you get from an ‘ultrabook’, writes Stephen Errity The format has evolved rapidly in recent years, with convertible 2-in-1s giving even greater flexibility, so there’s plenty to consider before making your decision. Stephen Errity takes a look at some of the latest offerings in this fast-moving end of the market.
Whether it’s for business or personal use, you don’t always have to spend top dollar to get a well-specced device. There are plenty of appealing mid-budget options from the big names. Stephen Errity picks out some of the best on the market
Projectors are a great tool for enlivening, shortening or clarifying a meeting, speech or presentation in the office, on the road or in educational and training environments. As with any other aspect of business IT, the technology behind them advances constantly. Stephen Errity has rounded up some of the latest offerings from the big players on the market.
Although notebooks are increasingly favoured by business users, desktop machines still have their place, particularly in large managed corporate environments. The latest offerings from the likes of Dell, HP, Lenovo and Apple are profiled by Stephen Errity, coming in at a range of price points and offering a wide spread of capabilities and options
Printing, scanning, copying and faxing are four key functions carried out tens of thousands of times a day in offices all over Ireland. Making the right choice of hardware to perform these functions is crucial to the day-to-day productivity of your company. Stephen Errity casts an eye over the Irish multi-function device (MFD) market for 2019
There are fewer laptop makers around these days than there used to be, but competition between the remaining players is still fierce, driving innovation for the consumer and business user. Stephen Errity rounds up some of the best machines on the market
There are more varied options than ever in this fast-moving part of the market, with traditional tablets such as Apple’s iPad being continuously updated and versatile convertible 2-in-1 options that marry the best functions of a tablet and laptop from other brands. Stephen Errity picks some highlights