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Things to consider while buying a tablet

14th January 2022
"A good tablet can help you perform common laptop tasks as browsing the web, catching up on email, streaming video but in a more comfortable package."

A good tablet can help you perform common laptop tasks as browsing the web, catching up on email, streaming video but in a more comfortable package.

And if you’re confused about the right model for you, here we have listed a tablet buying guide to consider before buying one:

Decide on the Size

Since the tablet is a mobile device, chances are you’re buying one for its portability.

It’s important, however, to settle upon a size that pleases your inner satisfaction: not too big and not too small. Most tablets currently on the market fall within the range of 7 to 10 inches wide.

The dimensions are also key measures, as the size determines how the device fits in your hands. For example, a top-heavy, wide tablet may be challenging to hold in portrait mode.


Since the display is also the main interface on a tablet PC, it plays an important role in your buying decision.

Factors to consider include size, resolution, viewing angle, brightness, and coating.

The size determines how big the tablet is. However, when tied to resolution, it determines how easy or difficult it is to read text on the device.

Battery Life

Tablets are known for their fairly long battery lives, and this is what makes them so portable in the long run.

A single charge allows these devices to run as much as 7-10 hours, and this is an excellent advantage that they have over other mobile computing devices.

Almost all tablets have similar battery lives, but it will not hurt to go over it once when you are making the purchase, as it is one of the most important things to consider.


Tablet is useless without Internet connectivity so you need to decide this as well.

If you have regular access to Wi-Fi hotspots around you, then buying a Wi-Fi-only tablet is the right option.

If not, then you should seriously consider getting a 3G enabled + Wi-Fi enabled tablet so that you can access the web and use your web-based applications regularly.

Storage Space

While you may not carry around as much data on a tablet as you would on a laptop, the amount of space on the tablet is a major feature to consider.

All tablets use solid-state storage because of their low power draw, small size, and durability. The downside is the limited storage space.

Tablets with flash memory slots can have their storage space expanded.

Tablet storage can also be supplemented by cloud storage, but this is only accessible when the tablet is connected to the internet.

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Which Gadget is Best Suitable for Online Education? Smartphone, Tablet or Laptop?

27th August 2020
"Smartphone, tablet or laptop ? Which one will you prefer for online learning?"

As the world is affected by the novel Coronavirus Pandemic, the teaching-learning process has shifted to online or digital approach. From elementary-level to university-level, all the classes are being conducted online throughout the world. Consequently, parents are concerned about the gadgets that could help their kids in digital learning.

People, generally, use a Smartphone, tablet or laptop for online education. Considering different factors like availability, health aspects, budget, screen, class-time, etc. the suitability of a gadget for online education differs from person to person and their age-group. 

Here, we present you the device or gadget that could be efficient and suitable for you or your kids.


The gadget possessed by a lot of people i.e. Smartphone is handy, portable and easy to use. It is best suitable for short classes with possibly less or no slide shows or whiteboards because the screen is too small to read the content and can strain your eyes. Being handy, children can easily use it and surf the net for homework as well. The battery part may also be another disadvantage if you have longer classes. And, I personally feel that it’s difficult to do and submit homework and assignments in a Smartphone. But, if you have a limited budget, go with smartphones because something is better than nothing.



Tablet, with a relatively large screen, is the best device for children. It won't strain the eyes as one can easily read the contents in a slide show or whiteboards. As it is easy to use, the children can join the classes on-their-own and can also surf the internet for their homework conveniently. There are several budget-friendly tablets as well which don’t lack much in functions and features. The battery aspect differs with the brand but will not cause many problems. Tablets are suitable for higher class students with a limited budget as well.



Laptop, in my opinion, is the best gadget for online education. From attending classes to completing assignments and projects easily, it is the best device for students (from mid-school and above) and teachers. Varieties of functions, larger screen size and longer battery life are the major advantages of using a laptop for online education. However, the budget aspect can be a disadvantage as most of the good laptops are above $400 or Nrs. 40,000.


Online education, superficially, seems to be a great substitute for traditional education approach and also a step closer towards a digital world. But, it has its own consequences as well; Increase in screen-time leads to an increase in health risk as well. So, it’s better if you try to reduce the screen-time as much as possible.


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Cell Phone Safety Tips While Driving

13th January 2022
"If you must use your phone while driving, here are some mobile phone safety guidelines to keep in mind."

Drivers are increasingly using their cell phones while driving. While we encourage you to avoid chatting on the phone while driving, we understand that it is sometimes unavoidable.

If you must use your phone while driving, here are some mobile phone safety guidelines to keep in mind.

Position your cell phone within easy reach

Place your phone in an easy-to-reach location where you can reach it without taking your eyes off the road.

If you receive a call at an inconvenient moment, let your voice mail answer it for you if possible.

Do not engage in a stressful conversation

Driving and stressful or emotional talks are not good things to do. They are distracting and even dangerous while you're behind the wheel.

Make persons you're conversing with aware that you're driving and, if necessary, pause conversations that might divert your focus away from the road.

Use a hands-free device

Hands-free cell phone accessories are widely accessible today.

Make use of these gadgets if they are appropriate to you, whether they are an installed mounted device for your mobile phone or a speakerphone device.

Speed dial and redial

Read your instruction booklet carefully and learn how to use the essential functions that most mobile phones include, such as smart redial and memory.

Also, practice memorizing the phone keypad so you can utilize the speed dial feature without taking your eyes off the road.

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