Tell us a bit about your company It is a software company that offers services to various categories of enterprises, institutions and individuals. As a company, you are quite into automation. Why? We see automation as the key to a brighter future and a more efficient work environment. That is why our technological solutions are bent towards automating most repetitive tasks. Which is your latest gadget and what do you love about it? Epic Virtual Keyboard. I love that I can easily carry it and it can be projected to a surface. It\u2019s like science fiction made real. How does it help you in your work? It makes me code easier and anywhere comfortably. Which gadget can\u2019t you trade for anything? My laptop, HP Spectre x360. It cost $1,499 (Sh154,711). I can\u2019t trade it for anything because it is what I use to do everything. It has acquired sentimental value over time. Is it also the gadget you use the most? That would be the Epic Virtual Keyboard because most of the time I am coding, and it becomes very helpful. The gadget you can\u2019t live without? My phone. It is important in collaboration and communication with teams that I work with. Which app do you use the most on your phone? Todoist. This is an app that allows me to arrange my schedules and plan my projects. It has been of great help. Your worst gadget ever? My first phone. It was one of the first smartphones produced by a company called Viwa and it was so slow and small. What would you be if you were a gadget? A Bluetooth headphone. Most humans, if not all, love music, it makes them happy. So I would really love to make people happy by playing music. I think I would also be well taken care of. If you were to upgrade one of your most valued gadgets what would you opt for? Galaxy Buds. They are one of the nicest music accessories I could get. While shopping for gadgets, do you look for brand or output? The output. The gadget you always wish to have? Galaxy Fold. It is as a result of a lot of research in the technology sphere. It\u2019s like a turning point in smartphone technology and I would really like to be part of the experience.