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Jamie Pert
Works at ADM Computing
Attended Hartsdown Technology College
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    Support Engineer, 2012 - present
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Football addict, Xbox gamer, dog lover, technology enthusiast and article writer for Product-Reviews.net
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The early years of my life involved playing football, supporting Manchester United, fishing and taking an interest in computers.

I left school and went to college for two years to gain-further knowledge in I.T. After this I worked in computer repairs and maintenance for 5 years which gave me good knowledge on multiple aspects of computing.

After realising that people would sooner buy a new computer then spend a little on maintaining / upgrading it I became unemployed for the first time in my life and pondered about where my future lies.

I randomly began writing for Product-Reviews and I am now a freelance writer with almost three years behind me.

I now spend too much time in front of my computer reading about the latest technology news and writing brief articles where I talk about things I find interesting and exciting.

I am now 25 (at the time of writing this) and my partner is pregnant with my first child, so the next few months of my life will be massive.

In terms of hobbies etc I still love football and regularly go to Old Trafford to watch Manchester United, I also play Sunday league football and enjoy snooker, fishing and golf.

I am an Xbox 360 gamer and love first-person shooters, I also just discovered OnLive and haven't looked back... I predict big things for it.
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Over the last few years the leading players in the smartphone market have each been responsible for releasing flagship devices to the public, but each time many of the specifications and designs ha...
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As an S3 owner here are my thoughts in regards to upgrading to the next-gen Samsung Galaxy S smartphone
I love my Samsung Galaxy S3, it's fast, stable and shows prowess in many of its features. However, with CES 2014 upon us, MWC 2014 a little over 6 weeks away and my phone upgrade due in June I must...
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When Steve Jobs revealed the first-generation iPad to world it changed tablet computing forever. Now, however, now many are favouring slightly smaller form-factor designs such as the iPad Mini and ...
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Get 5 free lives with no effort at all thanks to this easy hack / cheat.
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Nice, but who cares lol
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ever check out the site I put together, wish I had more time to add content http://www.tech-culture.co.uk/
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As an S3 owner I won't be upgrading to the Samsung Galaxy S5... here is why...
I love my Samsung Galaxy S3, it's fast, stable and shows prowess in many of its features. However, with CES 2014 upon us, MWC 2014 a little over 6 weeks away and my phone upgrade due in June I must...
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check out this review
Last year’s Nexus smartphone proved to be hugely popular among Android fans so Google again went with LG for the Nexus 5, and we have been lucky enough to be able to spend some time with the device...
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For me BBM only makes sense on anything other than a BlackBerry. That's what whatsapp is for
2013 has been a troubled year for BlackBerry as its new smartphones and operating system have failed to capture the public’s imagination, and it has also had to deal with the drama and failure surr...
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Great for the kids
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Upgrade to silver After reading the rest of the reviews I was not looking forward to opening the chalet door. However after a warm informative welcome at the reception we were greeted with a great chalet with the heating already getting the place cosy. We upgraded to silver accomadation before we arrived and it's great for a pretty small price , plenty of facilities such as a flat screen TV, microwave, heaters. There is not too much to do on site, but loads to do nearby. Our rooms are all clean, big enough and not damp despite the late October weather. If you're looking for a place to visit I'd recommend Paradise Park less than 15 mins away.
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Great staff and great for kids. Went today with the family. Was great especially the indoor play area for kids, feeding the birds in the Australian a very was the highlight make sure you do it! Also letting kids feed the penguins, the train ride and feeding the goats and sheep and was fun. Lots of animals on show despite visiting in late October.
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