Saturday, June 30, 2012

How Reliable Is Pandigital Planet R70A200

I am not really a very techie person. But if I will get the chance to own a quite highly sophisticated gadgets, it won't be difficult for me to learn about it because I may not be that techie but I have the curiosity that will eventually push me to know more about the gadget. 

Talking about curiosity, I want to learn more about Tablet PC's and how may it help me with my online adventures. I know people are going crazy over this sleek design gadget but I am just wondering if Tablet PC's are reliable enough especially for blogger like me. I know that Tablet PC's are touch screen and convenient enough for on the go individuals. I have one particular Tablet PC that I would like to dig on and if possible, I would like to ask those who were able to use it about its performance, it's  Pandigital Planet R70A200. I browse about the product and here's what I got:

Technical Specifications:
  • 800MHz PAN8006 Cortex processor with 3D GPU
  • 2GB on-board storage memory and 512MB DRAM. With a MicroSD Card Slot of up to 32GB Memory Expansion
  • 7" Color Resistive Touchscreen Active Touch TFT Display @600x800 resolution with Virtual Keyboard
  • Built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Front Facing VGA Camera & Micro-HDMI Out
Additional Features:
  • Front VGA cam for webchat
  • Built-In Microphone and Speakers with Headphone out
  • Mini-USB 2.0 host/OT & Micro-HDMI out
  • 2GB on-board storage memory, up to 32GB additional memory via microSD card slot
  • Orientation sensor, ambient light sensor, 2 axis accelerometer & back-lit
  • Buttons: Volume Up/Down, Power On/Off, Android Buttons
  • Weighs 13.8oz; 5.19"x7.6"x0.5" dimensions
  • Pandigital compatible with 5V chargers
Software and Applications:
  • Android 2.3 (GingerBread) OS
  • Barnes & noble eBookStore & Reader.
  • GetJar App Store - for Thousands od Android Apps
  • YouTube Video Player, Photo Gallery Viewer, Calendar, OfficeSuite, Weather Application, Email Browser, Web Browser, Advanced eReader. Flash Support and more...
  • Music Player
  • Media Formats: MP3, WAV, AAC, MPEG4, JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, PDF, EPUB
With these given specifications, would it be reliable enough for heavy user like me? I would also like to know if using portable keyboard is possible because honestly I am not really good in using virtual keyboards.

Care to share your experience? Thanks :)

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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Making A Great Impact

As a teacher, it is a great challenge on how to make a great impact among your students. But for me, it is such a privilege to be a teacher. My sphere of influence will enable me to make the difference that I want. I may not be the best teacher but I am willing to run an extra mile just to impart everything that I learned. 

There are different ways in gauging teacher's impact among his/her students. One is the learning attitude of the students. If the student learn something, it is shown through his/her output performance. However, there are students who are just reluctant to learn. These are the students who consider going to school as a burden. Nevertheless, the teacher has the ability to change such kind of perception by motivating them until they will really learn. There are factors that the teacher should consider in assessing those kind of students.

The teacher need not be totally talented. All the teacher need is the sensitivity to assess the needs of the students. Once the student's needs has been addressed, the teacher can be assured of a healthy learning process among his/her students. That's what I consider as "impact".

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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

#171/366 BPC: You Like Me, Don't You?

Well, if you really do, then like Tatine's Shoppe FB Page, and look for this picture then like it. As easy as A-B-C. Don't you love the way he smiles at you? Geee, thanks for the like!

I am linking this post for Blog Photo Challenge hoping to get much support! Hmmwah!

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Going Back to My First Love...

I realized how I miss teaching so much. Now that I am back to the teaching arena- there are things that I need to sacrifice (Oh-ow what a term LOL). For the meantime, I need to bid FB goodbye, need to take a hiatus from blogging, need to limit my time in front of the computer (specifically, the internet). Honestly, I have now limited access to the internet, I don't have one right now. But then, considering that blogging is my source of additional income, i made it a point to post and update my blog at least once or twice a week, just like what I did right now.

I used to teach before even if I am already in the office working as an Admin staff but it has been limited to two sections or two subjects only. Unlike now wherein I get to handle seven classes per week. What I surely miss is my Drawing class, which now becomes my major preparation. After three school years, I am back again to the Drawing Room. Though I am a little bit sad because there were problems I encountered regarding room facilities and room assignments. But anyway, our Chairman is doing something to meet those needs. And it is normal to experience such problems during first week of school. Nevertheless, I am still happy that finally I am back to my first love.

As of now, there are lot of things that I need to catch up with. To be honest, there are tasks that were left undone like commenting on the blog campaign where I had participated (Hope fellow bloggers will understand me). I am praying that soon I could have a laptop of my own with internet connection. We're living separately from my parent's home so I do not have an access anymore. I am hoping as well that God would allow it to happen because for me, laptop is not a WANT, it's a NECESSITY. :)

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WFW: Just Cry Out, But Not Too Loud


When we are in the lowest point of our lives, what we usually do? We cry out to God so loud that we no longer hear His response. When we are confronted with so much problems, we tend to complain much... Do we take time to listen to God's response. He might have presented the solution but we failed to acknowledge it because we cried so loud that we cannot hear Him any longer. Just cry out then listen to his response.

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