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Christine Persaud

Christine Persaud
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With 20+ years of experience in trade and consumer tech journalism, I have covered the tech space since before social media was a "thing" and the smartphone as we know it was even invented. Writing for various technology, lifestyle, and entertainment sites, I have covered and reviewed hundreds of tech products, from home appliances to wearables, fitness tech to headphones, TV entertainment products and services, and more. I'm also a passionate foodie who loves to cook and bake, a TV show fanatic (happy to give what to watch recommendations!), and proud mother to a 12-year-old son.

Introducing the Vizio P-Series TVs

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Vizio’s P-Series TVs are now available at Best Buy, offering features like 4K upscaling, Internet-based services, and the Pure Cinema Engine, all packed into ultra-slim packages from 50″ up to 70″ in size.

Tips for Navigating Air Travel Carry-on Rules in Canada

Did you know that both Air Canada and WestJet now charge $25 for the first checked bag? Yep. Which means they’re also getting more strict about the requirements for carry-ons. Here’s what you need to know about the carry-on rules, and some handy tips for ensuring you meet them.

Arts, Crafts, Fun & Games With Melissa & Doug

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Arts & crafts are fun for kids of all ages. I tried out this super-creative art easel and companion accessory kit from popular brand Melissa & Doug, along with a cute basic skills puzzle board, and the challenging Suspend family game. Check out my take on these fun toys and crafts for kids aged 3 and up.

3 Great Noise-Cancelling Headphones for Students

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  Headphones aren’t just for music. With technologies like noise cancellation, they can also come in handy for ensuring a quiet environment in which to work, which is something any student can appreciate.  

De-Stress With Tech: 8 of My Favourite Ways to Wind Down

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  As important as technology is in helping us do our jobs, complete school assignments, and communicate with others, we all need to take a step back and relax once in a while. And yes, you can still use technology to do this. Here, you’ll find some of my favourite ways to do so.

In the Dorm: Tablet vs. TV

Heading off to college or university is an exciting time. And if you’re planning to live in a dorm room, it means stocking up on all of the gear you’ll need for the shared living space. When it comes to a display device, one wouldn’t even think of a tablet as being a full-on TV replacement. But when you consider that your home base will be such small living quarters, this becomes a real consideration. And there are advantages for each technology when it comes to both productivity and entertainment.

Home Theatre Connectivity From Rocketfish

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          Rocketfish makes accessories in a variety of areas, including home AV. Here are four particularly notable items from the line to enhance your AV setup, plus one product for helping to keep your mobile device screens squeaky clean.

What is the Sony X-Reality Pro Engine?

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  You’ve likely heard about Sony’s X-Reality Pro Engine, and the latest version for 4K TVs. But what exactly does it do, and how does it work?

From Tablet to TV: Microsoft’s All-in-One Media Keyboard

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Today, a wireless keyboard is far more than just a computing peripheral. It can be used on-the-go with a tablet, for game-play and entertainment with a gaming console, and even as an integral part of the living room with a smart TV.

Get Cooking With the Paderno Cookware Collection

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Based in P.E.I., Paderno has been in business for more than 35 years, making quality cookware, In fact, Paderno claims to be the only cookware manufacturer in Canada.