The world wide web is host to roughly one gazillion computer-tonnes of
information (that's what information is measured in right?) and word on
the internet is that Apple has 'accidentally' leaked some details about
the new iPad to the public. Surely what has been shown is enough to get
everyone pumped for a completely new revolutionary device filled with
lots of neat gadgets that is completely worth the extra £100 or so in
comparison to the older iPads? Well... almost.
Don't get me wrong Apple fans, the information given so far has been
pretty good. A faster processor, higher resolution screen and the
installation of Siri isn't something to scoff at but to a student it
may not be enough to warrant the cost.
at 8:21AM, 2 years ago |
Technology and Gaming
A report published by American Express has
revealed that the internet is helping local shops to flourish. The report
claims that a new breed of internet savvy, cash conscious consumers dubbed the 'New
Villagers' are helping to transform the fortunes of many retailers.
By SavooStaffGuest Blogger
at 3:57PM, 3 years ago |
As someone who self-identifies as a geek, I completely understand just how difficult it can be shopping for one. We kind of have a tendency to be somewhat lacking in communication skills yet at the same time very particular about the things we like, which makes the already frustrating process of gift buying all the more complicated. I mean, I can only hide the look of disappointment on my face so much when I unwrap a present to find the original Nintendo Wii Remote instead of the Wii Remote Plus. So, that said, here's a short list of some surefire gifts to get for the geek in your life, each priced at £100 or less.
at 5:00PM, 3 years ago |
Christmas and New Year
Here at Savoo, we're always on the lookout for the best deals available. Our visitors will often ask us about laptops because let's face it- their relative price makes them a fairly large investment. This means that, before purchasing one, people are interested in knowing the answers to questions such as, "What's the difference between a business and a consumer model?", "Which one is the best?", and perhaps most importantly, "Where can I get the best deal?"
Well as it turns out, Dell have gone a step beyond what other
manufacturers typically offer their customers by introducing this new,
interactive iframe. It allows you to see for yourself all the features
of one of its newest models, the Latitude E6510, and decide for yourself
whether it's for you. Click here to check it out, and also see our thoughts on the Latitude E6510 below:
at 11:30PM, 4 years ago |
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Which is the smarter sex when it comes to saving money? Are
women really better at hunting out bargains and picking up voucher
codes? Or does the title automatically fall to men because they see
shopping as a chore rather than a pastime, so simply don't do as
much? Well statistically women are the more frugal sex - yes guys,
we may spend more time actually shopping than you do, but we spend
less money doing it! The vast majority of us have mastered the art
of saving money on everything from everyday essentials, to life's
However, a new study published in the Telegraph
this weekend could explain why. Surprisingly, some 60 years since
the women's movement, us ladies are still falling behind when it
comes to pay equality. In fact, women's starting pay is a massive
39 per cent less than men in the same job, and the average
performance related pay for women was just Â£2,875
compared to Â£14,554 for men.