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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: The Dell XPS 15 After 2 Weeks

This one comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and covers the latest Dell XPS 15 2 in 1 laptop/tablet/convertible device.

It comes packed with a lot of features like the Intel Core i7-8705G processor and 16 gb ram, along with 256 GB of SSD storage.

It is fast, looks great, has a fantastic display and does most everything well. However it has a few downsides such as battery life and the web cam placement, watch the video to learn the details on those.

It will do a very respectable job of playing games and can obviously do well at any business application you throw at it.

So let us get right to that video!

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Tim

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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: The Dell XPS 13 (2018) Notebook Full Review

Tonight’s video comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and covers, in detail, the new Dell XPS 13 that was just released.

The new model is thinner and lighter than last year’s version and in the case of this review comes with a 4K display.

Of course that thinner, lighter stuff means less  space to cram stuff under the hood. So the battery is a bit smaller and gone is a full size SD card slot and also gone are the full size USB ports.

On the other hand we get 3 USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports and we at least get a USB-C to full size USB adapter dongle in the box.

We have an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor and 8 GB of RAM along with a relatively quick 256 GB SSD.

So all the above being said, check out the video, subscribe to Andrew’s channel if you like this tech stuff and want honest reviews.

That is all for now,

Tim

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More Videos Worth Sharing From CES 2018: Dell XPS 13 (2018) and Razer Project Linda

Tonight we have a couple more short videos from Andrew over at AMDTech. These will be covering the new Dell XPS 13 and the somewhat interesting Razer Project Linda.

The Dell  XPS 13 of course has received a refresh and comes in a new color and with some changes to processors and also to the battery.

Razer’s Project Linda is basically a notebook that allows you to insert your Razer phone in where you would normally find the track pad. Drop the phone in place and you now have a 13 inch Android notebook.

I am not sure why you would want to do this, since you could just get a Chromebook and still be able to run Android apps. However this is still a very slick looking machine.

So now let us get to those videos, both short, but very informative.

That is all for now,

Tim

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This Afternoon’s Video Worth Sharing: Full Review Of The Dell XPS 13 (2017) Notebook

The Dell XPS 13 is undoubtably one of the better 13.3 inch notebooks available these days and even has a new refresh coming out very shortly.

But the 2017 model is no slouch, with the 8th gen Core-i5 CPU and 8 GB ram and either a touchscreen or a hi-res non-touch display.

The video we are sharing today covers the Core i5 version with the touchscreen FHD display. This one is from Andrew over at AMDTech and will cover all the different variants but primary concentrates on the Core i5/8 GB RAM version.

The battery life on this device are absolutely fantastic, making it a great choice as a lightweight all day notebook.

So let us proceed to that video right now.

That is all for now,

Tim

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I Finally Sold The Old Dell Optiplex…I Shall Miss It…Okay, Not That Much.

The Old Server is now gone

Today I finally found a legit buyer for the Dell and to put it mildly, they got themselves a heck of a deal! However, I am sad to see it go, because I no longer have a PC to play with Linux.

On the other hand, my electric bill will now drop since I am no longer using that 125W power, but only my tablets and the Zotac, which draws a max of 37W.

Am I a cheapskate? Yeah! But unless you really need a desktop device, why in the hell would you want an old tower PC? My little Zotac does the web serving for all my sites these days, except this site, which primarily runs on a tablet PC. Of course for the next few days, until I receive the Chuwi Hi12 that I ordered it may occasionally run on the Zotac, along with my other sites, (like when I am using it for work).

That is all,

Tim

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