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In this blog, we will be looking at another product for review and a great deal of the week. In addition there is some news about a recent business trip to Dalby for Entrepreneurs EXPOsed 2017.

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Entrepreneurs EXPOsed 2017 event

The Western Downs region has been one of Australia’s fastest growing economies over the past five years and the Local Council has a focus on promoting the region as being open for business and offering investment opportunities that are right for the region.

HomeRun Computing recently attended an Entrepreneurs EXPOsed 2017 in Dalby. The event had been promoted as an opportunity to give start-up businesses and entrepreneurs the tools, advice and assistance they need to go from idea to action.

For a small business such as HomeRun Computing, it was a great opportunity to get to know people on the region and establish links. While Dalby, for example, has a computer shop it does not offer the remote access services that a lot of people in the region require.

For HomeRun Computing, it was a great way to advertise our business services and in return, we received amazing feedback from the general public, other businesses, investors and local Dalby mayor Paul McVeigh.

There were a lot of displays in the conference area, and in HomeRun Computing’s case, we set up our display with everything from computer stock to ideas about food for the gaming restaurant.

HomeRun Computing set up three live game demos. By the amount of people dropping by our stall, it appeared that the opportunity to play them was a popular aspect of the event.

HomeRun Computing would also like to thank Blake who came along to assist at the expo and to give people a heads up on any restaurant questions.

Product Review - USB type c

Old USBs are becoming obsolete. Taking over are the new USB type-c model. This has a new, tiny physical connector, roughly the size of a micro USB connector. The standard USB connector most of us are familiar with is USB type-a.

USB type-c offers a new connector standard that’s very small. It’s about a third the size of an old USB type-a plug. This is a single connector standard that every device should be able to use.

You’ll just need a single cable, whether you’re connecting an external hard drive to your laptop or charging your smartphone from a USB charger.

That one tiny connector is small enough to fit into a super-thin mobile device, but also powerful enough to connect all the peripherals you want to your laptop.