Tag Archives: 10.1 inch

We Are Going To Be Giving Away The HiBook Tablet! We Just are Not Sure Of The Method…Yet

Yes folks, the HiBook tablet has been tested in all sorts of ways here at HiBook Labs and we are simply out of things to test on it!

We have installed Linux on it, edited videos on it, run a server off of it for over a year and a half  in a VM AND in Android and also watched hundreds of movies and TV shows on it!  Personally I love this thing, but it does sit around lately not being used too often and it still works perfectly!

So I have decided to do some sort of giveaway to someone who really could use a handy 10.1 inch, dual boot, Windows 10/Android tablet in perfect working order.

Of course the test facility here at HQ will continue to be called HiBook Labs for the foreseeable future, so do not panic! But the nature of the giveaway will be determined by those who choose to register on this web site and actually come up with a suggestion or two!

Why yes, “what a novel idea you are thinking, I could write a post on this site and perhaps influence the outcome/method of this giveaway”.

Of course if you register and do not login or post, yeah, you get terminated, if you post a bunch of links (URL’s) you get removed. Simple enough?

Make sure you are registering on tabletserver.com and not another site that this may be shared with! (yes this will be shared on my other site, so just making sure you are registering for the correct web site!)

That is all I have at this time, register and write or suggest, no comments please, since most folks screw those up and they get dumped by the security protocols.

Tim

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The HiBook News: This Edition, Finally Got The Server Moved!

Eventually this server will end up back on a tablet but for the foreseeable short term future I thought it best to get all the good info on here loaded up onto a full server since I am in the process of moving.

Of course that meant changing a few things such as the URL of the site which no longer contains the :8080 (port 8080) because it is no longer necessary. So if you end up getting an error on a search or from a link on Google, just remove the :8080 part of the address and all should be good.

Obviously there may be some occasional errors, but overall everything should work. I actually created the new database and edited it all on the Hi12 tablet which as usual saved the day. There really isn’t very much that it can’t do when needed.

So please remember to update your book marks and remove that :8080 from the address, thanks!

That is all for now,

Tim

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It is Saturday April 29th and Once Again Time For The HiBook News!

Originally posted 2017-04-29 13:52:55.

Being that this is Saturday I am once again tasked with reporting on the news here at HiBook Labs. There isn’t all that much to report on right now, but I shall try to make up some good stuff.

First on the list is the Comfast WiFi ac adapter (USB) that I ordered from Gearest.com, incidentally the price has dropped to $9.99. At this point it has yet to arrive, but I certainly am looking forward to getting it and seeing how good it works. The good news is that it will work just fine with the new Hi12 because I do have a spare full size USB port to use it in.

Better news is that the Chuwi Hi12 has proven to be a great little notebook, (okay it is a tablet), along with the Logitech K480 keyboard which has now served me well with 4 tablets and avoided the expense of buying those pretty but not so great keyboard docks.  Bottom line here is that along with a cheap case the Hi12 is every bit as good as any laptop minus a track pad, but I hate those damned things anyway. There are some minor issues with it, but the display and battery make it a killer work tablet!

Of course once I figure out how exactly to update the BIOS on the Hi12 I will immediately boost the RAM speed to the full 1600 MHz if possible, which so far is not possible on the Z8350 processor version. More info on that can be found in my review.

If you happen to be a regular visitor you have realized that for almost 2 weeks straight the HiBook has been doing the bulk of the server duties here, which was what I bought it to do. So I am completely satisfied with the original HiBook which has good battery life and since I updated the BIOS and the RAM speed and Windows 10 and the wireless Realtek driver, seems to quite stable. It will remain the primary server at this URL for the foreseeable future, only being allowed to sleep during the evening recharge, when the Chuwi Hi12 takes over.

So that is all I have for today,

Tim

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Today’s Video Worth Sharing: The Teclast P10 Tablet, Economical And Useable

This morning we have a video from Chris over at TechTablets on the Teclast P10 tablet. This one is a budget tablet but for everyday use it appears to be worth the money.

Although he mentions it being $99 in the video the best price I have found was over at Banggood for $124, which is still dirt cheap for an Android 7.1 tablet with 2 gb RAM. Of course make sure to check out coupon codes and all the details at whatever site you visit.

So the basic specs are as follows:

● Android 7.1
Allows you to remain connected and productive
● Rockchip RK3368 1.5GHz Octa Core
Ultra-low-voltage platform and octa-core processing provide maximum high-efficiency power to go
● PowerVR SGX6110 GPU
Better and faster in playing games and watching videos than the previous generation
● 10.1 inch 10-point Touch Screen with 1920 x 1200 Resolution
Offers good experience for watching videos and browsing the Web. The 1920 x 1200 resolution boasts impressive color and clarity
● 2GB RAM 32GB ROM
Provides enough room for your use, can suit all your needs
● Dual Cameras for Photos and Face-to-face Chat
5.0MP AF rear camera + 2.0MP front camera

This seems to be a great home tablet ,especially for kids. It is well made and offers very decent performance at a very low price.

So let us proceed to the video…

This one is available at Banggood for $124 currently.

That is all for now,

Tim

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Since This Is The Tablet Server I Thought I Would Mention That The HiBook Pro Is Only $169!

Of course we all know that the first generation HiBook is a great tablet. After all I am running this server on it and after a year it still kicks ass! Of course I wish I bought this version, but I didn’t…crap!

However the HiBook Pro version is still available dirt cheap from Banggood.com for a mere $169! Of course I have no idea  how long this price will last, so I would  jump on it right now if you want a hi-res 10.1 inch tablet!

Obviously I am a bit biased but you can also do a search on this site to so see a few reviews.

That is all for now,

Tim

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