Tag Archives: Tablets

Today’s Video Worth Sharing: A Couple of Great Android Apps And Bonus Coverage?

Today I cover a couple of free Apps for android that will make your life a bit easier! I also cover what the whole “Bonus Coverage deal is. To put the Bonus Coverage in a nutshell, it simply means I found out further info AFTER doing a video and did not want to clutter up the channel here or have to do an update which would of course screw up any links/shares to the last video!

All links mentioned in the video are listed below below:
The tabletserver.com link I spoke of in the video: http://tabletserver.com/wordpress/?p=7311

Obviously today, if you went to the channel on YouTube has zero bonus coverage so hence no link to the specific page.

So that is all we have for today’s first video.

That video of course is listed below!

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Tim

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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: Yes a WebSite Can Be Cheap Tech!

It is not all about hardware here at High End Cheap Tech. Sometimes you may need web hosting or wish to run your own site from home! This post covers that topic! There are 2 ways to run a website, one involves running a VM (Virtual Machine) with a Linux server and a bit of a learning curve and the other involves relatively easy remote web hosting.

If you have been visiting tabletserver.com for a few years you will already know that we have run a website directly from in-house using a tablet or small desktop.  There are probably a dozen articles on this website describing the various devices I have used over the years to run numerous websites/domains via a simple cable connection and some port forwarding via router, both hard wirded and WiFi.

For those who are unfamiliar with this, the video is near the bottom of this post. Please be careful folks, you MIGHT actually learn something when watching the video!

Obviously when I moved I was forced to switch over to a shared hosting site and that is also “Cheap Tech” at $5.95/month for 20 GB of disk space. Check all the links below for a lot more info related to the video.

Below are the links to all products/sites mentioned in the video.
ChangeIP.com: http://www.changeip.com/accounts/aff.php?aff=1443
VMWare Player: https://tinyurl.com/y88p3maf
Turnkey Linux LAMP Stack: https://www.turnkeylinux.org/lamp
Wordpress: https://wordpress.org/

Below is the promised video…as usual please share it, please visit our channel on YouTube and Like the video and subscribe if you enjoy the info provided.

That is all for now, except please subscribe to our channel or click those big donation buttons on the website here!

Tim

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This site formerly ran on either a Chuwi HiBook tablet or occasionally my Chuwi Hi12 tablet. Check the About page for details. Don't miss our new YouTube Channel!
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Today’s Second Video Worth Sharing: Samsung Galaxy Tab S4: The Review

This video comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and is his usual super honest, critical, nit-picky review of the Galaxy Tab S4 which is why he is in the top tier of reviewers I trust!

The Tab S4 is a somewhat expensive, but as usual from Samsung, excellent 10.5 inch tablet that offers a lot of great pros and primarily only one big con, which is that painful price.

It has a great display, good speakers and for a tablet, above average cameras!

So I am not going to tell you all the specs, since you can simply watch a real pro do a great review by clicking the the play button in the video below!

That is all for now, except please subscribe to our channel or click those big donation buttons on the website here!

Tim

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This has Now Officially Become an Obsession! More Revive Ad Server Testing.

Originally posted 2016-09-30 17:33:04.

johnpauljones
I have not yet begun to test!

After having tried several versions of the Revive Ad Server software on the Chuwi HiBook Tablet the last week or so, I reached the conclusion that it was not going to work.

However, because I hate to have a mystery on my hands, I went ahead and installed the latest Release Candidate onto the Asus Notebook version of THE Tablet Test Server here and it has been up and running for almost 24 hours with not a single glitch. No errors in Apache at all, none, zero, zilch. Configuration wise these 2 platforms are running the identical virtual machine. The only differences being that the notebook is a mere dual core Intel Celeron running at 1.6 GHz and the tablet has a Quad Core Z8300 Intel at 1.44GHz, which should be, in theory, a more powerful CPU. The allocated ram on the Asus Notebook was bumped to 1.9 gb versus the tablet running at 1.7 gb, but memory was never the issue at all.

So while this is not technically “tablet” related, it is related because we are finding out if it is a hardware issue or a software issue. That and I just hate to surrender too easily. Any advert prepended with “Shop Gearbest” is being served via the Revive software.

Tim

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Today’s Video Worth Sharing: Gooseneck Mount Work Around – If It Was a Snake It Would Have Bit Me!

The other day I received my desk edge mounted gooseneck mouse  accessory. I did a video, posted an article here and the only open question was how to mount the smartphone with the holder being vertical and the phone being horizontal.

I did mention I was going to need to shim it somehow. While my current phone has a center positioned camera, future phones will more than likely have them to the left or right.

So I was still searching about for a good solid shim device and I spotted one from my seat here in front of the PC.

I realized that my tablet charger for either my Chuwi HiBook or Hi12 was just the right width!

So without further explanation, below you will find the video.

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Tim

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