Tag Archives: Laptops

Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: HP Spectre X360 13-in: The 30-Day Review (Gem-Cut, Late 2018)

Tonight we have a great, detailed review from Andrew over at AMDTech on the HP Spectre X360 13.3 in convertible laptop,tablet device!

This is an excellent product with plenty of ports and can be used in a variety of modes such as laptop, tablet, tent mode, presentation mode.

It is available in a variety of configurations that will affect price of course. The device he is testing is running the Intel Core i5 and has the 4K display version. It can also be purchased with a 1080 panel as well.

I will leave all the specs and details to Andrew, so just watch the video and make sure to subscribe to his channel!

Here is the video…

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Tonight’s Double Feature Worth Sharing: Adapters AND Cases For the Nuu G3!

Hi there folks obviously I am doing a bit of catch-up work here. The first video in our list is from yesterday and I was simply too tired to post it! It concerns my acquisition of a nifty splitter that allow you to  use a headphone and a microphone with most any smartphone, in this case the Nuu Mobile G3.

Obviously there were some issues, but they are all covered in the video. You can get this nifty microphone/headphone splitter right here!

The second video released about 4 hours ago concerns the Nuu Mobile G3 and a nice case to fit it! You can find this perfect fitting Tudia Linn case over at Amazon. I bought the haze gray color, but it is also available in Blue and Black.

Watch them both and then like them on YouTube and leave feedback and share them! You might even want to subscribe!

Okay too much typing here, let us proceed at once to the videos!

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Tim

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What I Would Like To See On The New Chuwi LapBook Air

Originally posted 2017-08-30 18:52:10.

Just yesterday I posted up about the contest Chuwi is having to guess the price of the upcoming LapBook Air notebook.

That picture of the device on their site and the announcement of the contest is the only official word I have seen concerning this device at all. Sure I have read the rumors and the supposed specs, but there is actually nowhere I have found a confirmed list of specs and images.

Here is what we do know:

  • It is a 14.1 inch display
  • It appears to be all metal and very thin.

That’s it, everything else is speculation. But below is what I believe needs to be on this device to make it worthwhile, after all, the LapBook 14.1 is already a darned decent device although not a metal build, so here is what needs to be on this thing:

  • Minimum Intel N3450 or N4200 and a proper cooling arrangement of heat sink and fan if needed. (I am not asking for a gaming device here)
  • A display with super high resolution at least equal to the LapBook 12.3
  • 8 GB RAM. Please don’t half-ass this by only giving us 6 GB
  • a 128 GB SSD with a handy access cover on the bottom so we can easily upgrade this product.
  • a monster battery that will last at least 8 hrs, a minimum of 10,000 mAh…more is better,(please)
  • nice small or no bezels on the display.
  • 2 full size USB 3.0 ports, at least 1 USB-C port and perhaps a micro USB port also
  • micro HDMI port
  • microSD card slot
  • WiFi dual band a/b/g/n/ac using the latest Intel Chipset
  • some decent speakers, although I understand this is a notebook not a stereo system

Those are some of the things that must be on this device, sure there are some other features that would be cool such as a decent webcam, a fingerprint reader and perhaps a back-lit keyboard (that battery better be damned big!).

That is all I have at this time,

Tim

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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: Razer Blade Stealth (2019) Unboxing: Whiskey Lake CPU + MX150 (25W) GPU

This one comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and as you might know he does extremely thorough and detailed unbox/initial impressions and full reviews!

The Razor Blade looks to be a great notebook, and while it can play games, it might be a great take to work notebook for productivity use!

I will not bore you with the specs and pros and cons, except to say that this is a very well made notebook and can handle almost anything you throw at it.

Watch the video at the end of this post for all the details! And as usual check out Andrew’s channel which is linked above in the first paragraph and make sure to like it and subscribe to his channel!

So without further typing from me, let us proceed to said video at once!

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Tim

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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air (2018),Hands on Detailed First Impressions

Originally posted 2018-02-02 18:15:07.

Tonight we have a video from Chris over at TechTablets on the new version of the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air for 2018.

This version sports most of the same hardware as last years model, with a few improvements such as the CPU. This one has the newer Intel Kaby Lake-R quad core CPU (8th gen) and is faster, much faster.

It also includes 8 GB ram in the unit in the video although I understand that there is a 16 GB RAM version coming soon.

It has a very nice 1920 x 1080 IPS display, decent speakers and a precision touch pad. In addition it offers 2 full size USB 3.0 ports and a USB-C 3.1 port for charging, data and video out and also a full size HDMI output port.

With 256 GB SSD storage and room for expansion this device is quite appealing.  This review also takes a peek at the internals and gives us some Geekbench scores and some thermals info. There will be a full review in roughly a week or so.

So I advise checking out the TechTablets channel and subscribing if you like this kind of tech info. So let us proceed to the video!

This one is available on Geekbuying.com currently at $959.99.

That is all I have for now,

Tim

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