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Tech Bliss

Atualizado: 28 de set. de 2022

High-tech delivers ease of operation. Fast flowing speeds means getting the most out of whatever task is being undertaken. Whether uploading e-mails or graphics, downloading long files, maneuvering around game interfaces where speed is of the essence for large spreadsheet data computations, there is no doubt that technological breakthroughs enhance bliss.

Actually, evolution has taught us that processing swiftness is what gets jobs done and dusted quicker than hanging on to outdated models. Relics might mean economizing from investing in the latest technology, but often in the long run the delay time to get jobs done doesn’t make us as productive as we would be with a modern smartphone. One that isn’t necessarily brand new because of the price tag, but a reliable source that offers state-of-art technology at a fraction of the cost.

Getting something else that offers the same technology at perhaps as much as 50% in price reduction is a win-win scenario for those in the know, as unknowledgeable run-of-the-mill people haven’t got a clue, and end up shelving out top dollar values for new cellular phones when quite simply they could have economized big time by sourcing high-quality used models that have been tested for function ability and reliability before concluding a deal.

Often there are mobile phones around the home that are not being used, hence accumulating dust. As time is money, it makes sense to cash in on the opportunity by exchanging when purchasing. A company that offers great condition used mobiles while making a decent payment for someone’s used one is worth its weight in gold. Not cashing out when the going is good is basically throwing money down the drain. When buying this way, it makes sense to cash in by getting top dollar.

Another major concern when buying a used phone is reliability at the core of decision making. How can a new client confirm that? One firm that has catered extensively to provide buy/sell high quality customer care is startup Doji by Oxford University graduates. A firm that actually takes pride in buying and delivering premium used mobiles.

Take Care!

Prof. Carl Boniface

Vocabulary builder:

Bliss (n) = ecstasy, heaven, paradise, enjoyment, happiness, delight

Breakthroughs (n) = advances, innovations, inventions, discoveries

Swiftness (n) = rapidity, quickness, pace, speed, velocity, speediness

Done and dusted (idiom) = The expression is mostly used in British English in informal contexts to mean to successfully complete something. When a businessman says that a deal has been done and dusted, he means that he has been successful in clinching it; there is nothing left to be done.

State-of-art = the level of development (as of a device, procedure, process, technique, or science) reached at any particular time usually as a result of modern methods.

Run-of-the-mill (idiom) = is an adjective meaning "average" or "not outstanding in quality or rarity." Run-of-the-mill first began as a term for manufactured goods that had not been graded or sorted for quality and later was used in its current figurative sense. This article isn't your run-of-the-mill timewaster.

Hence (adv) = henceforth, hereafter, later, henceforward, from now, from the time, therefore, thus, consequently

Cash in (phrasal verb) = take advantage of or exploit a situation. “I’m going to exchange my car to cash in when I buy a new car.”

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