Tech is woman: many Mediaworld offers to celebrate women passionate about technology!

Tech is woman: many Mediaworld offers to celebrate women passionate about technology!

Tech is woman

To celebrate women who are passionate about technology, Mediaworld has created an entire selection of products containing smartphones, smart TVs and much more with strong discounts. The store always has many promotions to offer you, but today we have decided to point out these items in particular, as the discounts applied are even more than 30%!

Only for a few days you can buy an exceptional smartphone at a reasonable price. occasion: iPhone 12 64GB in red color and in fact available for "only" € 749.00 instead of € 839.00. A very interesting offer, but valid only by March 9th, which is why we advise you to hurry up before the offer ends!

iPhone 12 is a fast, fluid and powerful device, with hardware and software that they work in perfect harmony thanks to the A14 Bionic processor and ensure you a video playback duration of about 17 hours. The photo compartment is characterized by a dual camera system, to immortalize any moment in the highest quality or create excellent digital content. In addition, the Ceramic Shield of which it is composed is more solid than any glass for smartphones on the market and will ensure maximum resistance to even the most critical impacts, as well as being water resistant.

Thanks to the updates Automatic iOS, the iPhone 12 is continuously enriched with new functions and security improvements: this is why it always gives its best and retains its value longer than other smartphones, even with the release of new models. We remind you that, only until March 9, you can buy it at a cost of € 749.00 against the list price of € 839.00!

Our advice is not only to take a look at our careful selection of products, but also to visit the dedicated Mediaworld page directly, in order to find the ones most in line with your needs. The super discounts are numerous and all very valid, therefore, do not miss them!

Lastly, before leaving yourself to the choice of your purchases, remember to subscribe to our four Telegram channels, respectively dedicated to offers, hardware & tech, clothing and sports and Chinese products. Happy shopping!

Our product selection

Apple iPhone 12 6,1 ″ 64GB | 749,00 € (839,00 €) Apple iPhone 13 128GB | 829,00 € (939,00 €) Apple AirPods (third generation) | 159,00 € (199,00 €) Huawei Nova 9 Black | 468,00 € (499,00 €) Fitbit Versa 3 | 169,99 € (229,99 €) Xiaomi 11T Pro 8 + 256GB | 580,00 € (699,00 €) Apple MacBook Air 13 ”256GB | 999,00 € (1.159,00 €) Smart TV Oled 4K OLED48A16LA | 799,00 € (1.399,00 €) Smart TV Sony KD55X80J | 699,00 € (999,00 €) Smart TV Samsung QLED 4K QE55Q80A | 899,00 € (1.499,00 €)

Telephony offers

Smartphone Smartwatch Earphones Smartphone accessories

Computer and smart home offers

Notebook, All-in-one, PC gaming Tablet and accessories Accessories , peripherals and software Smart home

TV offers

TV Soundbar Headphones Audio and Hi-Fi

Large appliances offers

Dryers and washing machines Built-in and dishwashers Refrigerators and freezers Air conditioning

Small household appliances offers

Food preparation and cooking Coffee Vacuuming and ironing Personal care

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Changing the Stigma of Women in Tech

What do you think of when you hear the word technology? Maybe it’s the dictionary definition or the new and innovative objects that are made. But have you ever thought about the people behind the tech? There are many programmers and engineers that work hard to create new and improved technology for the betterment of humanity, but there’s one thing that often goes misjudged. 

Being a computer science major, I can say that there is an often unspoken elephant when you walk into a classroom. There is a very uneven ratio of male to female presence. It’s not something that many people think about but it is too obvious to ignore. Before deciding to enter the field of technology, I had done quite a lot of research and it always led me to a specific statistic: Only 20% of computer scientists are women. Believe it or not, this percentage has only gone up to 20% recently. It took me some time to process this fact and it still surprises me today, but after experiencing the world of college and my courses which are heavily dominated by men, I have come to observe that there is a certain stigma that goes along with being a woman in tech.

When people look at women in tech, they don’t always know what to assume. Some people only think about it as a field for men. Others think it’s too hostile of an environment. I’m here to clarify that being a woman in tech isn’t a negative thing! It’s actually pretty exciting. To be changing the idea of who can make technology is something that many are passionate about. Take it from Karlie Kloss: the amazing fashion model created a program called Kode with Klossy, a free coding camp that teaches girls how to code and empower them to hopefully become future programmers. She, along with many others, has been helping to change the perception of women in the field. And it’s not just women who have helped to change the perspective. Many of my professors and fellow classmates do everything they can to make a fun and welcoming community for all different kinds of personalities and people. Everyone has a different perspective and I think that because of this, we have been able to create a sense of inclusivity among people that work to create new technologies. You aren’t judged for your gender or what people think you’re capable of. We treat each other as though we can use our skills and passions to collaboratively complete our goals! Computer science and other technological fields are anything but unwelcoming and isolating. So let’s work together to raise that 20% higher and higher in the years to come and change the stigma about women in tech!

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