If you live in a city you might have felt especially overwhelmed and confined to your inside spaces during this year's coronavirus pandemic. This is entirely normal given all the unusual stressors this year that has restricted our lives to a more sedentary lifestyle. The uncertainty this year has brought has been extremely stressful and out of place for many of us. It is important to find your calm, your unique ways to de-stress. For some that may be music, others may find mediation useful, some dancing, some reading, while others may find enjoyment from movies or video games.
There are tons of ways to improve your home with technology; some of the most common ideas include buying a smart speaker, smart lights, or video surveillance cameras. However, there are many other useful methods you can use to bring smart tech to your home for under $500. The following is an apartment-friendly list of devices that will update your place and impress your guests.
Early Adopters Think Premium Mobile Content Is Here To Stay
When you look at any adoption cycle for new technology, it usually goes like this. Early adopters are the first to support an innovator’s product when a product launches. Early adopters like an idea so much they want to be among the first users to support that product or service. Next comes the early majority crowd, usually influenced by early adopters and more pragmatic, wanting a product that has been tested and has proven value. The remaining two groups, the late majority and the laggards, are the most conservative and skeptical of the population, roughly about 34% and 16%, respectively, according to The Daily Egg. And with millions of downloads within the first few weeks Quibi is at already at the stage between the early majority and early adopters.