Windows 8 tablets

I don't know if you guys have heard about it yet or not, but Windows 8 is starting to look pretty cool. Don't get my wrong: I love using Windows 7 on my desktop computer, but as far as tablets go, Windows 8 looks like it's going to be a significant step up.

Check out the exclusive list of Windows 8 tablet deals here!

I'm excited about the Metro user interface, which just looks so friggin cool. I don't even own a touch screen but I can see myself getting a lot out of it. In fact, I may get a touch screen tablet just so I can get the most out of Windows 8.

I've been staying up to date on the latest Windows 8 tablet news by checking out a website called It's got reviews, news, features, and all the other stuff you would expect out of a site dedicated to tablet reviews. Oh, and it has more than just Windows 7 tablets. It's also got reviews on some of the top Android devices and such.

My dream tablet PC is without a doubt the Samsung Series 7 Slate. It's a little outside of my price range (Just over $1000), so I can't afford it for now. However, hopefully by the end of summer I'll be able to get a good deal on it. What's so special about the Slate? Well, read the review here and check it out for yourself. It's more powerful than my desktop computer and has a huge, crystal-clear screen. I get excited just looking at it. 

Check out if you're as excited about the upcoming OS launch as I am. It's been my go-to place for all Windows 8 information for the last few weeks, and I've started to check it everyday. 

By the way, did you hear the Windows 8 preview was released today? I just read that on some tech blog and thought you guys might find it interesting. You can download the ISO files at Microsoft's official website HERE

(I swear Microsoft didn't pay me to say any of this haha)

Thanks for reading!

Best DJ Equipment

It's been a while since I posted here, but I haven't forgotten about you guys. Today, I'm going to talk about some of the best DJ equipment. I recently read an article about it on DJ Equipment Guide, which is one of my friend's websites.

First of all, let me say that I don't know a lot about DJ equipment, or music equipment in general. I wasn't in band in high school, and I only played piano for a few years of my childhood. I sucked at it.

Despite all of those facts, I am actually enjoying learning how to DJ. I started off playing DJ Hero 2 at my friend's house, and I became pretty good at it. I'm not sure how much it actually has to do with DJing, but the spinning motion seems like it's pretty applicable to a DJ's skillset, and I'm really good at spinning. Obviously, you don't just press buttons on the track to create random noises, so DJ Hero 2 isn't all THAT accurate.

Next up, I downloaded Virtual DJ, which is a free virtual turntable program. It allows you to quickly and easily mix songs together and create cool mash-ups. It's a lot of fun, and I've killed a ton of time on it over the last few days. I've made a few cool songs, but nothing worth sharing as of yet. Hopefully I'll have more mashups in the future!

I haven't progressed beyond that point yet, but my next step is to buy some cheap DJ equipment, or any sort of DJ equipment really. I think I'll have to buy used gear, as I certainly don't make enough money to afford the best DJ equipment (I wish!)

I've been looking at various DJ equipment brands, and I haven't quite decided what I want to buy. I know Pioneer is a top-quality name, but I've also heard great things about Harman and a couple others.

Anyways, I don't think anything is going to come out of my new interest in DJ equipment, but I can always dream of becoming the next Deadmau5.