NEW YORK (PRWEB) May 18, 2020
Being stuck at home can be a great opportunity to improve your tech skills and products.
Many people are going stir crazy as the coronavirus pandemic keeps everyone cooped up in their homes. With millions stuck inside the question becomes, what to do with your home time?
Thanks to technology, learning is always at our fingertips.
Being stuck at home—CAN BE a great opportunity to improve your tech skills—So, what are some of the ways to up your tech savviness during home time?
Here are some top picks:
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Ways the kids and the entire family can use gaming to enhance their tech and gaming skills:
There are so many ways for kids to improve their tech skills —a perfect example is Dreams ($39.99). Dreams is an award winning creative social network for PlayStation 4. You can use it to create games, animated videos, music and more. AND you can share it with the world.
Whether you’re a beginner, a budding musician, or a master movie maker – the Dreams toolkit and tutorials help every step of the way. Dreams players can collaborate and experiment with other players across the world. It can be a real social outlet when you’re stuck at home.
For more information on Dreams you can visit: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/games/dreams-ps4/ Or http://www.playstation.com
Stay organized with the latest tech innovations:
Here’s a great way to back up all of those documents you are working on: My Passport™ SSD from WD®. It has super-fast transfer speeds and is compatible with both Mac and PC, so it’s ready to use out of the box. With the My Passport SSD you can relax knowing that your important and confidential work documents are safely backed-up on a portable device that can withstand drops from up to six feet.
When using the My Passport SSD, your information can be password protected with hardware encryption to help keep your content secure from prying eyes. In today’s world, this is a must-have.
My Passport SSD starts at just $74.99 on the Western Digital Store, and is also available from Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and other retailers. For more information, visit: https://shop.westerndigital.com/products/portable-drives/wd-my-passport-usb-3-0-ssd?utm_medium=pr2&utm_source=prrl&utm_campaign=steve-greenberg-wfh&utm_content=pdp-wd-mppssd&utm_term=05-18-2020#WDBKVX2560PSL-WESN
Use your at home time to make your home smarter with the latest tech:
We are all watching so much more TV right now and so much great content is on new apps—but it’s hard to keep track of everything—that’s why AT&T TV (starts at $49.99/mo) makes so much sense. It brings together LIVE television + your favorite streaming apps including HBO MAX– all in one place. It has a voice controlled remote—so by just speaking you have access to almost anything you want to watch just say—for example Find Westworld –and Westworld will appear. AT&T TV is super easy to set up by yourself. Visit ATT.com/TV to order your device. https://www.att.com/tv/?source=EPK0000000000000A
This is also a great time to make your home a little smarter with a smart lock like August Smart Lock Pro (regularly $279 but on sale for $229 through May). It allows someone to retrofit their front door’s existing deadbolt, so they can auto-lock and unlock the door with just a smartphone — no need to use keys. AND it also works with all 3 voice assistants, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri – so you can control your locks with just your voice.
AND when you bundle the August Smart Lock with the Yale Navis Paddle (about $35) you have a “hands-free” front door. This paddle door handle can be pushed or pulled open using your hip or elbow instead of your hands. It’s also perfect for other high-traffic areas, such as laundry rooms and garage entries.
For more info on Yale Navis Paddle or August Smart Lock Pro — go to: https://august.com/pages/hands-free
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