I’m nowhere close to being techie, in fact, my case is that of someone who is hopeless, and I won’t even try to pretend otherwise. What can I do, I have other interests and that’s just what it is.
I’m content with whatever gadgets I have for years until they die on me. I hate to have to get myself acquainted with newfangled things and I take comfort in the fact that whatever I have takes me through my day to day needs as far as computing and technology is concerned.
At this point, I own an almost five year old laptop, and it’s been my best buddy so far. Since its acquisition, I’ve never for once took a look at what is the latest in laptop computers. It’s been working fine, and I see no need to even know the latest developments and or enhancements.
Having said all of the above however, when I do buy my gadgets, I don’t settle for just the run of the mill kind. When it’s time to buy, I ensure that I get the latest and the best in the market that my money can buy. Based on this behavior, you may have figured it out already that I’m not easily swayed into the so called craze or fad in technology. I may be the exact opposite when fashion is concerned, but even then, I’m still drawn to the classics.
I am what I am, I guess, because I was not born during the digital age (nuff said).