iPad Review

Pros And Cons To Buying An iPad

With the release of anything new there is always a rush to buy it. Now that Apple has released the iPad, there is a lot of talk on to whether or not to buy it. Techwitty’s new website – http://techwitty.com.au lists all of their services and ventures.

Some advantages to buying an iPad is that it is built to suit you, long battery life and easy set up.

The battery life is phenomenal, has over 90% left after using for 2 hours.

It is also easy to set up, taking only about 5 minutes to do so. All that you need to do is to plug it into your computer, run the iTunes and follow the directions. Then you have to unplug it from the computer to set up your wireless and some other settings. It is fairly simple instructions to follow.

There are some disadvantages of buying an iPad too.

It is not designed to be used by heavy laptop users. But, if you just use the internet for surfing and minimal typing, then it would suit your needs. The keyboard is built in making typing for longer periods more difficult, but would be alright for typing in short phrases. There is a portable keyboard you can buy as an addition if you need or want to use the keyboard more.

Another disadvantage is that it uses a 10W charger which is bigger and not as easy to carry around. The iPad will not charge with a USB cord.

It is also difficult to hold the iPad and type at the same time. It is awkward in your hands, unlike the iPhone, but the keyboard is easier to use on the iPad than on the iPhone.

Also, the design is round in the back, which makes it difficult if you set the iPad on a table and try to type.

If you are looking for the newest technology and want a compact portable computer with long battery life, this is for you. It is easy to set up and can be adapted to quickly. If you want it, but do a lot of typing, you can always buy a portable keyboard to go along with it, if you are uncomfortable using the touchscreen.

Solar Panel Review

Solar Panel-Affordable and Reliable

The most important factor to be a reliable solar panel supplier, is whether they are truly following ISO9001 management system. Solar Panels Melbourne They HAVE to strictly obey the procedure and rules from incoming material inspection until customer satisfactory survey. So when we are planning to work with a solar module manufacturer, it is very important to track their record of incoming material inspection, training of new employee, On-line inspection procedure standard, and Final product inspection standard, etc.

Secondly, BoM (Bill of material) is the vital and basis factor to make a quality solar panel with life span over 25 years. Make sure that solar cell and backsheet (or film) is from a famous supplier instead of a unknown vendor coming from some corner. Solar cell made by Tier 1 or Tier 2 supplier would be best ( like JA, SF-PV, Trina, etc), if no, at least make sure that solar cells for one batch of delivery is from the same brand with current at same level.

As an oversea buyer, sometimes it is hardly for you to make a site visit, especially for peak season. However, quality problem happens 75% above during peak season due to material shortage and too much emphasis on quantity instead of quality. As a professional manufacturer, we would suggest to appoint a 3rd party as QC to make a prior shipment inspection, and keep in mind that to make immediate spot check and ask the supplier to send them immediately to TUV Rhine Shanghai Branch. STC test and micro-crack would be the essential part for inspection.

In brief, a Truly appropriate running ISO9001 quality management system, Bill of material, and Applying 3rd party test is what we suggest when you cooperate with a solar module manufacturer. Do not just enchanted by their “hardware” but also have a serious attention on the “software”.

Apollo focus on portable solar products’s design and manufacturing, meanwhile, he has the professional and experienced team to source the best solar panel in China for customers at the other end of the earth. To the contrary of trip to China for negotiation and inspection, Apollo saves your time and money, and provides the best solution before you enter into cooperation with a grid-tied (big) solar module manufacturer.

Now, Apollo also running stock of solar panels on a fast and regular basis. By seamlessly working with top brand and small but professional module manufacturers in China, He is involved in more and more solar panels trading business currently.


Repossessed Cars

The Chevrolet Camaro first came into being in the USA in 1966. General Motors, Chevrolet’s parent company, MFD had to produce a car to provide essential competition to the market crushing Ford Mustang. The 1967 Camaro shared a chassis and many large components with the Pontiac Firebird (another General Motors off-shoot), and so the time required and money required to produce the Camaro were massively reduced.

Regarded as a muscle car, or a ‘Pony’ car, a term which referred to compact vehicles that were both within reach financially and had a stylish feel about their looks (a trend started by the Ford Mustang in 1964), the Camaro joined an ever increasing number of vehicles that were pushing for an ever increasing demand. American buyers loved the engine, the look and the price of such vehicles and the ever increasing sales ensured that plenty of car builders built their own variations out as rapidly as they could.

The 1970’s and 80’s were the Camaro’s heyday, when the car was desired by millions of car enthusiasts, not just in the States but across the globe. The mix of looks, power and popular TV shows romanticizing muscle cars contributed to a massive demand, and the desire for enthusiasts to own one never went away.

So far there have been five distinct generations of the Camaro have been built. Generations one to four were built between 1966 and 2002 (when producing of the Camaro ceased), and building of the fifth generation Camaro started again in 2009 and against strong opposition to such environmentally unfriendly muscle vehicles from environmental campaigners, the Camaro has been shown to once again be a big success with the American public.

The car was sometimes available in a hardtop and a convertible, the convertible was extremely popular among buyers from coastal states who enjoyed the thought of driving along the beach side roads with the roof down, the music up and the shades on. The car has a huge fan base with some owners having owned every variation of the Camaro at one time or another and even more holding on to 1960’s versions and maintaining them in pristine condition.

The car has been a very popular car for modification during the cars lifetime, with owners spending weeks and months and lots of cash adding aftermarket additions to improve their car’s style and power. The car’s have also been hugely successful in motorsport taking many Trans-Am series wins and lots other races and championships through its years. Plenty of motor racing enthusiasts still use older Camaro’s even now and remain very successful, often winning against much more modern cars.

The Camaro lives on today, and with its legendary status, performance and eye catching style from the latest generation version, the car is bound to be around for a long time to come.