Tag Archives: Tablets

Today’s Video Worth Sharing: Chuwi Hi9 Tablet, Unboxing And Review

This video covers the new Chuwi Hi9 tablet. This is an 8.4 inch hi-res display tablet that is very light and offers decent but not great specs.

This one comes to us from Chris over at TechTablets and points out the shortcomings on this device.

In no way is this a bad tablet, there are just others you might want to consider in this price range which is currently at $180.

This is probably a good tablet for gaming and video consumption, but do not expect much usefulness from the cameras nor from the battery.

So all that being said, let us proceed right to the video.

This tablet is available currently from Banggood.com at $179.99.

That is all for now,

Tim

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Today’s Video Worth Sharing: Another Unboxing And First Impressions of the Teclast F6 Pro

Just a day or so ago I posted a video from Andrew on this convertible notebook and he was quite positive in his initial impressions. This one comes to us from Chris over at TechTablets and is also quite positive.

This one so far is a pretty nice convertible at a relatively decent price. Currently only $499 on Gearbest.

The basics are as follows:

  • Intel Core M3-7Y30 processor
  • 13.3 inch FHD Touch Panel
  • 8 GB RAM
  • 128 GB SSD (upgradeable)
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • 360 degree rotating display

This of course ins’t really intended to be used as a tablet all that often due to its weight, but being able to set it up in presentation mode it could be a nice video consumption machine.

So let us get right to that video.

This product is currently on a flash sale at Gearbest, so keep an eye on those prices, but I don’t see it getting much cheaper than the current $499.

That is all for now,

Tim

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So the REAL purpose of this site is to Show Folks That a Tablet can Run a Web Server.

Originally posted 2016-03-01 00:47:02.

web-serverSo many of the posts on this site are about the Dragon Touch X10 and yes it is a great tablet, maybe the best buy on earth, now the real purpose of this site it to demonstrate the fact that a tablet can run a server.

This site is basically a site similar to my old Tablet server that server which ran for months on an Asus MEMo  Pad HD 7, eventually got moved onto a virtual Linux server, it now has a variety of articles, primarily about tablets, but on various other tech subjects.

Obviously the addiction to showing people that you can run as small site on something as simple as a Tablet never went away. Call it an addiction, but if you are getting a few dozen to perhaps even 100 visits per day it can be done with a dirt cheap Android Tablet. It is absolutely perfect as a demo site for any sort of business!

As always, stay tuned for the latest news in tablet-based servers and various and random other posts…

Another note here, the server backup for this tablet is an Android phone. Yeah, that’s pretty cool isn’t it?

Tim

 

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This Afternoon’s Video Worth Sharing: Lenovo XiaoXin TB8804F, 8 Inch Android Tablet Review

This afternoon we have a review of the  Lenovo XiaoXin TB8804F tablet. This one comes to us from Chris over at TechTablets and is quite positive.

This device has an 8 inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 with 64 GB of onboard storage. Along with 4 GB Ram, a microSD card slot and decent audio, this one is quite the desirable tablet.

The operating system is Android 7.1.1 so it is reasonably up to date. However do not expect any updates soon, since this doesn’t seem to be a priority according to the video.

The price is a bit steep, but premium devices, from big brands always cost more.

So let us get right to the video and make sure to subscribe to this channel  to keep up on the latest tech with honest reviews.

This device is currently available at Gearbest for about $249.

That is all for now,

Tim

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A Very Interesting 2 in 1: The Chuwi CoreBook 13.3 Inch Tablet/Notebook

So Chuwi is getting the CoreBook device ready although it is still in prototype stage. They have made a many good choices so far such as upgrading to 8 GB ram and a 128 GB SSD.

Those updates are all well and good, but they need to learn to use the correct words when describing their future product. This device with have a Core-M 7Y30 processor, which is the best of the core M line as far as speed goes, but in their video they refer to it as the fastest Intel processor. Nope, not even close, good, but not a Core i5 or Core i7, not even close.

Yes, if you are part of the Indiegogo campaign you will end up with the 8 GB ram/128 GB SSD and the pen and keyboard. Well yippie, these should be included with every purchase at one cost! If you want to compete with Microsoft Surface devices and Apple, you damn well better offer all the pieces parts in one single package.

Lastly, a little door on the back of the tablet section in order to upgrade that SSD! They figured this out on the LapBook Air and the LapBook 12.3, so why the sudden loss of common sense?

The video is interesting and featured below and it is a few months old, but Chuwi needs to better understand the market and step up their game.

This could be a great 2 in 1 device, but if Chuwi half-asses it, they won’t sell too many!

Below is the video.

That is all for this evening,

Tim

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