Monthly Archives: July 2014

iPad Mini – All You Need to Know

The iPad Mini is causing a huge amount of attention, with people wanting to see what the next offering from Apple will bring for the dedicated fans. Everyone wants to buy a cheap iPad mini, or at least find out more about this new and exciting product.

iPad vs. Mini iPad

The traditional iPad has proven to be incredibly popular; however, there are some quirks that people do not like. Both the size and the price of the traditional iPad put a huge number of people off purchasing this unique gadget. However, the launch of the new mini iPad ensures that both of these issues are addressed. The new iPad mini was launched in November 2012 and offers a smaller, compact version at an affordable price.

There was a huge amount of speculation surrounding the design and features of the new iPad mini, although all features and specifications are of course excellent. The new 7.85 inch screen allows a more compact tablet. The aspect ratio remains at 4:3, ensuring that the screen stays top quality. Continue reading

Folding Bikes Review

A folding bike will fold into a compact form when not being used, which makes both storage and transportation easier. Fold the bike after using it and it can be carried into your apartment easily or stored in your car. You can also transport a folding bicycle on a plane or boat. Find out which one is the best for you by reading a folding bikes review and prepare to enjoy your new ride.

The folding mechanisms for such bikes vary and each kind of mechanism differs, so it pays to examine the different kinds available and consider such things as how many parts the bike comes in, the folding ease and speed, how compact the bike is, how much it weighs, what the price is, and how durable it is.

Of course the best folding bikes will come with a higher price tag but you get what you pay for and if you plan to use it a lot then it’s worth investing in a good one. Take your folding bike wherever you go and you will thank yourself over and over for buying it and investing in something which is not only unique and fun, but handy as well. Continue reading

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Authentic Spanish Omelet Recipe

Spanish omelet, or tortilla espanola as it is also known, is a combination of potatoes and eggs, giving you not only a ton of flavor, but also a protein and energy boost. You can eat a Spanish omelet recipe hot, chilled or at room temperature.

I Love This Spanish Omelet Recipe!

When I lived in the Canaries and mainland Spain, a Spanish omelet recipe was one of my favorite tapas, and sometimes I would indulge in a Spanish omelet sandwich in crusty bread with aioli (garlic mayonnaise) and a touch of ketchup too. Oh – and a slice of cheese. Now that was a real treat!

The main ingredients you need to make tortilla espanola are eggs and potatoes. Onion is optional but that lovely crunch and bite of flavor it offers are great, so I would strongly suggest using onion in this dish, as well as perhaps some salt and black pepper.
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