And if you get tired, you can always just to fall into bed with Nintendo Switch in your hands, there is also a lot of everything interesting, from Skyrim to Wolfenstein: Youngblood, which your hands still haven’t reached.
For the first 3 days everything went according to plan: completely immersed in games, with rare runs to the refrigerator and work. A couple of sleepless nights, starting all consoles in turn, a complete buzz.
And then until today I have never touched a single console. The only gadget that is constantly in my hands is the iPhone 11 Pro.
Yesterday, after another hot fight in Call of Duty Mobile, I put the PS4 controller aside and even wondered if I should sell the curling iron? After all, if for a month of constant sitting at home I almost did not turn it on, then after returning to normal life I will not play again.
So what is the secret that the iPhone successfully replaced not only serious consoles, but and other smartphones? Let me remind you that the top Samsungs are also gathering dust, taking them in their hands is completely uninteresting.
Compactness and performance
And if you have an iPhone in your hands, you simply turn off the messenger and open the game. Or YouTube. Or the news. You don’t have to get up, go and even let go of the gadget anywhere.
And PS4 controller support is a complete delight. Actually, if you choose between playing some Jedi on PS4 and another round of the Battle Royale in CoD Mobile on an iPhone with a controller, I’ll choose the second.
So self-isolation showed which gadgets are really necessary every day and which are completely optional and without them you can easily do. I noticed that I even wanted to change my 11 Pro to Pro Max, because of the larger screen. And it will be perfect, even ready to sit a little longer in custody.
The main thing is that the controller from PS4 does not fail.
And which gadget do you often hold in your hands during the period of self-isolation?
I survived a month of self-isolation with
- Android smartphone
- Nintendo Switch
- PC / laptop
- Newspapers and magazines
16% Android smartphone
8% Nintendo Switch
25% PC / laptop
1% Newspapers and magazines