The digitisation changed the College everyday. Students pursue online lectures, texts are available on the net. The result is but a gap between students with many technical means and those without.
Much space in the large lecture? Thick essay collections, which you have to buy in the copy shop and then stack in the dorm room? Wrangling over the textbooks in the library? These times are likely to be over in the universities. Data and information moving increasingly into the net, in virtual classrooms or laboratories students and researchers can network around the world. There are lectures as a video clip on the Internet. Digitization has long captured also the research and teaching at universities.
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The ZyXEL NAS325 comes without hard drives, but offers good facilities and works really fast in the test.
- Handling/configuration: 85%
- Equipment: 80%
- Multimedia functionality: 70%
- Backup functionality: 85%
ZyXEL-NAS is generally without hard drives. Especially you find that good, that want to completely decide about size and quality of their storage media. And be all doubters said: nothing is easier than to equip a NAS hard drives. Continue reading ZyXEL NAS325 in the Test
Samsung Q both Windows and Android missed the convertible tablet Ativ. In the test I like instant switching between the two operating systems.
Windows tablets to not get rid of its serious image. Exciting apps: nil. For Android in terms of document processing does not come out from the Clark. Samsung brings both summarily under a hat, or better said: the Convertible Tablet Ativ Q. Continue reading Samsung Ativ Q in the First Test
There are media that you trust easily. This includes of course the New York Times who writes in your Sunday paper, about an iPad mini. So the newspaper is journal, which has information about the 7.85-inch tablet, supposedly now the third great apart from Bloomberg and the Wall Street.
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