David Baer Attorney: What Are the Best Gadgets of 2018
David Baer is the COO and General Counsel at O’Shaughnessy Holding Company, a diverse holding company in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Recognized as a talented businessperson and attorney, David makes it a point to stay up to date with the latest tech trends as technology has greatly helped him get work done faster and more efficiently.
Technology has come a long way in the past decade. From netbooks and flash drives to GPS and the very first iPhone, technology has forever changed the way we work. David Baer, an attorney and entrepreneur, shares that entrepreneurs must embrace the ongoing shift to digital, lest they get left behind by the competition. To stay ahead, only the best of the best technologies will do. Here are some of the best gadgets worth spending on:
- Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus- Samsung has done it yet again with the Galaxy S9 Plus, a phone that is considered to be the best in the market for its superb camera and build. Capturing memories has never been made easier, shares David Baer. The phone has dual 12MP with f/1.5 maximum aperture, making it the only phone with aperture this wide. What makes the phone even better is its wide range big-screen.
- Dell XPS 13 – The boundaries of work continue to disappear little by little, and this may be because personal computers have become more portable by the year. David Baer is a fan of the Dell XPS 13’s InfinityEdge display. Aside from the looks, this ultrabook packs a punch when powered with an Intel Core i7 and a lightning-fast 512GB SSD. Thin, light, and with a long battery life, it will be hard to beat the value offered by this laptop.
- iPad 2017 – Tablets may find themselves in the middle of smart phones and laptops, but the number of tablet users worldwide is still rising. By 2020, there would be some 1.46 billion tablet users, shares David Baer. An attorney like him, of course, is part of this statistic! When it comes to functionality, nothing beats the iPad 2017. Weighing in at only 469g, this 9.7-inch tablet is powered by an A9 chip with 32GB/128GB storage options. What makes the iPad a better choice than the iPad Air all boils down to price. For a little compromise on features, you get to save hundreds of dollars.