13th June 2020 - Tech Help Phone-In on BBC Radio Berkshire

Jun 14, 06:27 PM
Fevzi Turkalp, the Gadget Detective, joins Andrew Peach on BBC Radio Berkshire to answer listeners' question. This week; choosing your first smartphone, backing up precious printed photos, choosing a good fitness tracking app, picking a music streaming service.

The Gadget of the Week is the Raspberry Pi 4, a tiny computer that packs a big punch and can function as the centre for a whole host of hobbyist inventions, from music synthasis, robotics, to home automation, it supports a range of programming languages and is ideal for people learning to program with a wealth of free online resources. Released by the Raspberry Pi Chritable Foundation it's aimed at encouraging the future generation of innovators and starting at around £30 it won't break the bank. Listen in for more details and why it gained 4.5/5 stars.

You can hear Fevzi on BBC Radio Berkshire every Saturday morning around 8.35am and can follow and contact him on Twitter @gadgetdetective 

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