Today we searched for All IN ONE PC’s had to research what how a all in one PC differs from normal PCs. The Unit contains screen, operating system, hard drive, memory and can be produced as desk top or lap top version. Looked at refurbished quality PCs and budget price range. most important for our group was screen size and operation system suitable for our project. Best Price was 249.00
Spreadsheet formulae- using formula bar to change the % rate.
Search exercise for an All IN One computer: description finding a review and a price to suit our mission. Finding the specifications that we require for a refurbished AIO PC and entring our answers to a survey.
Searched and saved a relevant, recent medium sized colour photo and saved the image
Found out about an AIO computer; its merits and pitfalls; looked for the cheapest refurbished item on the Internet; provided it’s details and left an image of a typical item available for sale.
Following on from the previous weeks, we researched the applicability of ‘All In One’ PCs.
We then answered the questions laid out on an online form and submitted this.
What else i learnt today!!
With the help of a volunteer i learnt how to create spread sheet formulas to add, subtract , multiply and divide.
Formula to mulitply see sample.
100 x 100= 10000
Use same formula for division(/), subtraction(-)or additions(+) by inserting correct symbols.
Here is a picture of a small business called L’epicerie Delicatessen and cafe in Stoke Newingtons contemporary quarters. Photo image with non commercial usage rights.
Today I have included a picture of the historical front view of The Hackney Empire. Chosen through my keen interest in historical architectural buildings and features.
*I have used images with non commercial usage rights!
Today i searched for shop front images of Hackney shops, for which we have full non-commercial usage rights
This is a photo of Clapton Vac Centre.
Toys Galore with blue and yellow shopfront selling a variety of different toys.
This is the laundrette with bright orange and large black letters, with washing machines and dryers for washing clothes and blankets etc.
This is a charity shop selling cheap secondhand clothes and bric a brack.
This is Clapton vac centre selling vacuum cleaners and related products.
Today we discuss in depth screen ratios and optimon size screens and aspect needed to for our new company laptops.
Which magazine laptop test survey was helpful for selecting specifications and price point.
We were able to calculate correct height of screen required by using spread sheet table.
Also sourced pictures of hackney shop fronts via wed site for blog.
Looked at a ‘Which’ magazine review of different laptop tests for the domestic consumer market. Checked out the specifications of ‘Asus’ E200 from an article. We searched for 3 images labelled for non-commercial use and larger than 400×300 pixels and saved them to ‘Downloads’. We searched for refurbished laptops using the ‘Tools’ button investigating size, colour, type and usage rights. Searched for a screen size of at least 10 inches high and entered the results onto a spreadsheet.
Quite a busy day:
We read through a table on laptop comparisons from Which! magazine, and investigated the information contained there.
We explored another (deeper) level of web search;using the various criteria available;All, Image etc.
Under the image search we worked to find images of at least a ‘given dimension’ that were free to use – and amend, in a non-commercial setting. These were of shop-fronts in the Hackney area. These (3) I then saved to to the Flash Drive ‘pictures’ folder and to my Google Drive cloud account.
I then returned to the Procurement Team Sheet to work with the screen-aspect tool. This gives figures on screen height and width for a given diameter, in a whole range of different screen-aspects