From VR-Compatible PCs to Object-Scanning Software

By: Laura McQuarrie - Apr 24, 2016
In order to save space in the home and office, the top April 2016 computer ideas reveal consumers are turning to mini PCs that offer greater freedom without sacrificing processing power. In order to make these smaller computer models even more irresistible to the public, they are being packed with features like virtual reality-ready capabilities and rust-proofing at low costs.

In this same theme, at its Loop You In event this year, Apple revealed the iPad Pro, which introduces a hybrid that combines the convenient size of a tablet with the power of a computer.

Other notable innovations in computer technology include entertaining ones like emoji-based coding platforms and browser add-ons that give comprehensive music lessons.