Samsung Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ Will Change the Way You Work and Play

first_img– Advertisement – The Galaxy Tab S7 comes with an 11-inch LCD display with a native resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. The display supports a maximum brightness of 500nit. That’s good enough for just about any use case. You can take the Galaxy Tab S7 anywhere and it’ll still feel bright, smooth, and more readable. The display emits less blue light, making content consumption easier on your eyes.On the other hand, the Galaxy Tab S7+ offers a premium experience with its larger 12.4-inch Super AMOLED display, running at a native resolution of 2800×1752 pixels. The display supports HDR10+ which means watching your favourite movies and TV shows is going to be an immersive experience. The display also comes with Eye Care certification to put less strain on your eyes even after prolonged usage.Both the tablets come with displays that offer a refresh rate of 120Hz. The ultra-responsive display makes working or playing on the tablet smooth like butter. The display automatically adjusts the refresh rate based on the content you’re consuming to help save the battery.Work- Advertisement – Samsung Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ come with an advanced ultra-responsive S Pen. It enables a whole new tablet experience that unlocks indefinite possibilities.S Pen lets you write on PDF documents and make annotations in the Samsung Notes app. You can even import PDF documents, sign them, add comments, and just about anything using the new S Pen. To share the documents with others, Samsung Notes allows you to export them to Microsoft Office apps. If you’re using multiple Galaxy devices, the app can also synchronize content all across.galaxy tab s7plus bookcover keyboard black top view pc samsungBut getting all your work done sometimes involves a lot of typing which is best done with a keyboard. Pair your Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ with the Book Cover keyboard that gives you the freedom to convert your tablet into a laptop. It gives a true PC-like experience with a larger touchpad that supports multi-finger gestures and wireless Dex mode that can be activated with just one tap on the Book Cover Keyboard.PlayLife isn’t all about work. Sometimes you need to unplug and take a break. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ let you enjoy your favourite TV shows, movies, and games thanks to the powerful processor and a large battery.With its Super AMOLED display and a Quad-speakers, playing videos on Galaxy Tab S7+ is an immersive experience. Enjoy a full theatre-like experience with a massive battery that can last for up to 14 hours for video playback.galaxy tab s7plus network gaming snapdragon chip pc samsungSamsung Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset. The powerful new chipset is fast, powerful, and enables next-level multitasking. You can enjoy all your favourite games without any lag. The big 10,090mAh battery on the Galaxy Tab S7+ also supports 45W fast charging so you can juice up your device in no time and be ready to play another round of game.Needless to say, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ offer a tablet experience like never before. Enjoy a free subscription to YouTube Premium for four months. As a part of its festive season offer, Samsung is also offering 10% cashback offer along with a 50% off on Samsung Care+ and Rs 10,000 off on Keyboard cover. Starting at just Rs. 50,399, the Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ is a steal deal. You can buy the Galaxy Tab S7 (WiFi) at Reliance stores and Samsung e-store. Visit Samsung’s official website to know more.Affiliate links may be automatically generated – see our ethics statement for details. With loads of features seen for the first time on an Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ are just what you need to adjust to the “New Normal”. Both the tablets come with the more advanced low-latency S Pen that’ll change the way you take notes during a meeting or draw. The massive 10,090 mAh battery on the Galaxy Tab S7+ is enough to last through multiple gaming session with your friends. If we start talking about the 120Hz refresh rate of the big display and how buttery smooth it makes the overall tablet experience, we just won’t stop. So, let’s talk in detail about each feature and see how the Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ are your perfect WFH companion and the most fun tablets to be around.DisplaySamsung Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ feature a highly immersive display that’s bigger, smoother, and brighter than any of the Android tablets out there. The amazing displays on these tablets help you to maximize your productivity and stream your favourite TV shows and movies in high quality.galaxy tab s7plus fron clip studio paint ui screen pc Samsung– Advertisement – Life in the new normal isn’t the same as before. We’re increasingly dependent on our devices for WFH or online learning, and even for entertainment.Tablets are now becoming a popular choice amongst youngsters who’re looking to get a portable device to get things done, while still being able to enjoy their favourite TV shows and movies on a big enough screen. Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab S7| S7+ are built to help you get your work done while still keeping you entertained.- Advertisement –last_img read more

K’Ogalo’s Wendo faces up to six weeks out

first_img0Shares0000Gor Mahia’s Ernest Wendo vies for the ball against Esperance du Tunis’s players during a CAF Champions League tie at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on March 7, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 11- Gor Mahia midfield workhorse Ernest Wendo will miss Wednesday afternoon’s CECAFA Kagame Cup semi-final match against Azam in Dar es Salaam and faces up to six weeks out with a groin injury after limping off the quarter final game against Vipers on Sunday.The injury looks to keep him out Gor’s CAF Confederation Cup campaign as well as a good chunk of their league assignments and will also miss K’Ogalo’s trip to England for a friendly match with Everton FC. “We have lost Wendo, we don’t know for how long. We need a proper physio to assess him and the extent of the injury, but it could be a minimum of six weeks because it’s a groin injury and that usually requires a lot of time,” head coach Dylan Kerr said.While Kerr will patch up with Philemon Otieno moving to midfield and Innocent Wafula slotting at right back at the Kagame Cup and local assignments, he might have to think of a solution for the Confederation Cup as Wafula is not registered to play.Gor will face Tanzania’s Yanga at home on July 18 and away in Dar es Salaam 10 days later, games that will be crucial in their aspiration to make it to the quarter finals of the continental championship.Gor Mahia’s George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo vies for the ball with Vipers’ Milton Karisa during the CECAFA Kagame Cup Quarter Finals at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on July 8, 2018.But before all that, the Kenyan champions will have their eyes fixed on a maiden Kagame Cup title in 23 years when they face Tanzania’s Yanga in the semis on Wednesday, a repeat of the 2015 final at the same venue.Kerr notes that Gor will not be going into the tie breathing revenge having lost that game 2-0, but notes his side will have their focus on getting the job done and qualifying for Sunday’s final.“I don’t really like the stories of revenge because sometimes the players lose focus. What I want us to do is go there and get the job done, do what we do best. I was here in 2015 and I watched the game; I think they were unlucky then,” the tactician says.Gor have grown into the tournament after a lackluster start dominated by off the field issues, but the tactician notes that everything is now settled and they are looking to make the best of their Kagame Cup campaign.Gor Mahia forward Ephraim Guikan controls the ball under pressure from a Rayon Sport defender during their CECAFA Kagame Cup game at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on July 1, 2018“The morale when we came here was low but the players have picked themselves up and it was evident in the game against Vipers especially in the second half. We have played six games in 12 days and that is definitely tough but my players have been phenomenal so far,” the coach noted.He now hopes that having had an extra day to rest compared to Azam will give them an edge and his charges will bulldoze their way into the final.While Gor came from behind to beat Vipers 2-1 in their quarter final tie, Azam made easy work of Rwanda’s Rayon Sport beating them 4-2, striker Shabaan Iddi scoring all four.In the other quarter final, Simba SC will face off with Zanzibar’s JKU who beat Singida United on penalties to progress.Potentially, Simba and Gor will meet in another final, barely a month after facing each other in the SportPesa Super Cup.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

14 ways to develop a positive bedtime routine for the best night’s sleep

first_imgWhat’s the secret to a good and healthy night’s sleep?There’s no definitive answer but good sleep hygiene begins the moment you wake up because everything we do throughout the day can impact our sleep at night.In fact, a recent survey of 2,000 adults by independent furniture retailer Barker and Stonehouse revealed the nation’s sleeping habits – many of which will probably come as no surprise.Brits are currently not getting the recommended eight hours of sleep; with one in five admitting they don’t get to sleep until 12pm and wake up at 6:30am throughout the week.What’s more, more than 40% believe we would lead happier lives if we simply had more sleep. Does this ring true for you?Developing a positive daily routine will pave the way for regular good quality sleep for you and your family. Here, Naturalmat’s sleep expert, Christabel Majendie, shares her tips and insight on how to achieve just that.Daytime1. Exercise during the dayExcess energy can cause restlessness at night, so daily exercise will help you use up excess energy. Exercise promotes biochemicals such as endorphins, endocannabinoidsand neurotransmitters, all of which can help reduce stress and anxiety. Other benefits include more confidence, a distraction from worries and an improvement of overall health.2. Expose yourself to sunlightMake sure you get enough sunlight during the day – this promotes higher levels of melatonin which is essential; for maintaining a healthy circadian rhythm. Sunlight can also help you get more Vitamin D, with some studies suggesting that Vitamin D has a positive influence on sleep.3. Don’t take long naps during the dayThere are differing opinions about day-napping. However, the general advice is to avoid it altogether because it can disrupt your circadian rhythm. If you do nap during the day, make it no longer than 20 minutes.4. Stay out of the bedroomGet out of bed and stay out. The idea is to associate your bedroom with sleep and sex only, so if you work from home, don’t have your office or work space in the bedroom.5. Develop a healthy, balanced dietThe right foods contain compounds that promote sleep, so good nutrition is an essential part of sleep hygiene.Tip: Eat protein foods high in tryptophan, an amino acid that promotes melatonin. Pumpkin seeds, chicken, cheese, nuts, lentils, oats, beans and eggs are considered high tryptophan foods.6. Have an afternoon cut-off point for caffeine“Avoid caffeine four to six hours before bed. Switch to a decaffeinated tea, such as chamomile or a warm, milky drink,” says Christabel. “If you are dependent on caffeine in the day to keep you alert and awake, consider going to bed earlier each night instead or address the factors that may be impacting on your sleep quality.”Caffeine is a stimulant, so if you’re a regular coffee-head be disciplined and stop drinking tea and coffee early on in the day. Better still, if you want to give up, do so gradually because caffeine can be addictive and can produce withdrawal symptoms.In the hours leading up to bedtimeThis is an important time. The body needs to stop winding down and get prepared for sleep.7. Avoid deep or emotionally upsetting discussionsThis can fill your mind with all kinds of thoughts that will keep you awake. Be disciplined. If a loved one is being insistent, politely remind them that this isn’t the best time.8. Don’t eat big mealsAvoid meals at least three hours before going to bed. The body needs to expend energy restoring and repairing, not digesting food. But by the same token, do not go to bed really hungry as this can keep you awake. If you are hungry, have a light snack.9. Don’t watch TV or play computer games while in bed……Or anything else that’s stimulating such as mobile phones. The blue light from these devices inhibits the development of melatonin and makes it harder for you to fall asleep.In the hours leading up to bedtimeThis is an important time. The body needs to stop winding down and get prepared for sleep.7. Avoid deep or emotionally upsetting discussionsThis can fill your mind with all kinds of thoughts that will keep you awake. Be disciplined. If a loved one is being insistent, politely remind them that this isn’t the best time.8. Don’t eat big mealsAvoid meals at least three hours before going to bed. The body needs to expend energy restoring and repairing, not digesting food. But by the same token, do not go to bed really hungry as this can keep you awake. If you are hungry, have a light snack.9. Don’t watch TV or play computer games while in bed……Or anything else that’s stimulating such as mobile phones. The blue light from these devices inhibits the development of melatonin and makes it harder for you to fall asleep.10. Avoid caffeine, alcohol and nicotineCaffeine and nicotine are both stimulants – avoid them at all costs. If you haven’t managed to, establish a cut-off point for your caffeine intake, ideally at least three hours before sleep. Alcohol may help you nod off, but once it’s been metabolised the withdrawal symptoms will cause arousal, therefore disrupting your sleep cycle.11. Establish healthy bedtime ritualsThis should become a regular habit. Ideally, the rituals should promote relaxation. Avoid doing anything too stimulating as this can have the opposite effect. Examples of bedtime rituals:A warm bath at set timesPractice mindfulness techniques such as meditationLight readingGentle yoga and pilatesTrying to sleepMost of us have been there at some point: We’re in bed and yet we cannot switch off. This can be especially frustrating when we have important events the next day.12. Do not clock watchNaturally, as you lie there trying to sleep, you will worry about time. However, don’t do it. Watching the clock will just cause more anxiety and make it harder for you to drift off.‘Stick to a bedtime routine in the hour before bed and stop all work or tasks. Your routine could include taking a bath, making a warm, decaffeinated drink and maybe a snack if you have eaten early in the evening, reading, listening to some relaxing music or practicing some relaxation techniques. The idea is to wind down your mind and body and relax,’ says Christabel.13. Do not try and force yourself to sleepIt will have the reverse effect. Instead, conjure up pleasant scenes in your mind and forget about falling asleep.14. Worrying only makes it worseJust resign yourself to the idea that it’s already late and there is nothing you can do about it. You will be surprised how this will lift the load and help you relax.Don’t forget…When’s the last time you changed your mattress?The right mattress is fundamental to getting a perfect night’s rest. ‘Experts have proved time and again that a good night’s sleep is crucial to one’s overall wellbeing – yet in most homes across the UK, the bedroom, and particularly the mattress, is where we spend the least money – despite it being the place we spend the most time in,’ says Adam Black, co-founder of mattress retailer Button & Sprung.If your mattress is more than 10 years old, you feel the springs when lying down, you roll towards the centre of your bed unintentionally, or you wake up with back or neck pain, then it’s time to invest in a new one.Sourcelast_img read more

Consumer Spending Gauge Perks Up After March Drop

first_img May 23, 2014 443 Views in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News Consumer spending Deloitte New Home Prices Unemployment 2014-05-23 Tory Barringer Consumer Spending Gauge Perks Up After March Dropcenter_img After experiencing a substantial drop in March, consumer spending increased marginally in April, thanks to ongoing improvements in labor and home prices.In its most recent monthly release, Deloitte reported a slight rise in its Consumer Spending Index, which measured 3.88 as of the end of the month. March’s index had registered 3.51, reflecting a drop of more than half a point from the month prior.The index tracks consumer cash flow as an indicator of future spending.”Real consumer spending has held up in recent months, and the outlook continues to remain positive,” said Deloitte senior U.S. economist Daniel Bachman.Bachman said April’s improvement stemmed from a decrease in initial unemployment claims, which were down 4.8 percent month-over-month. Also contributing was a 10.9 percent pickup in real median new home prices, which came to $123,000.Meanwhile, real hourly wages were an estimated $8.83, up 1.0 percent compared to a year ago but down 0.3 percent from March.The tax rate—the fourth and final index component—was flat, holding steady at 11.8 percent for the fifth straight month.While April’s increase only made up for about half of March’s drop, Bachman says the indicators look promising.”The decrease in the employment insurance claims was confirmed by the favorable April employment figures,” he said. “Coupled with steady home prices, this will lift consumers’ ability and willingness to spend.” Sharelast_img read more