Tag Archives: Tablets

Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: 2019 BendyPad Pro, AT&T Customer Service, Sim Cutter Tool

Today a short video on the Ala-Carte BendyPad Pro and more bitching’ about AT&T Customer service and also a quick mention of the best SIM card trimmer (as far as ratings go) on Amazon.

Videos or Links Mentioned in the video:
Aerb Sim Card Cutter and Adapters: https://amzn.to/2GRIsVv
Unbox Therapy on the iPad Pro Bending: https://youtu.be/QmV-HMwDueg

In case you are unaware, I refuse to even mention the name of the fruity company selling the poorly engineered “bendyPad Pro” nor will I mention their name until they quit screwing their customers.

The frame on the BendyPad is apparently made out of case hardened cream cheese.

So without a whole lot more typing from me, let us proceed at once to the video.

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Today’s Second Video Worth Sharing: Samsung Galaxy Book2 Review: Almost Nailed It…

This one comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and is the usual thorough, well produced review we are used to seeing. Make sure to click the link above to visit his YouTube channel for a ton of other tech reviews on a wide variety of products!

Today’s subject is the Samsung Galaxy Book2, a 2 in 1 tablet keyboard combo using Windows on ARM via a Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 SoC.

Battery life is covered and the device appears to be worth a hard look if you want a 2 in 1 type device, with stylus support and always on connectivity!

With a stunning 3:2 ratio, hi-res display the 12 inch device does not disappoint. But for all the specs and pros and cons watch the video below!

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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: Editing a Video On a Tablet

I shot this one a few days back and it did take forever to finish. The point is that if I can do a video on a 2 year old tablet, you can use almost any of the newer Windows tablets or low cost notebooks to do this!

Links that might be of interest:
Slates as a laptop: https://youtu.be/OdKIV7J41i4

This is obviously not the slickest video I have ever done, but given the level of equipment I am using, it gets the point across.

So as usual we will ask you to please watch and please subscribe and share the video on all your social media.

Thanks in advance and hopefully you will find this informative!

Let is proceed to that video right now!

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Tim

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The HiBook News: OBS Studio Running on a HiBook? Can This Be Real?

Originally posted 2018-04-21 17:27:41.

Infinity Screen Captures?

Today I ran across a video on YouTube about running OBS Studio on an old, low powered tablet PC called a HiBook! I said to myself, well this can’t be true, but then I remember of course it is!

After all it was me who spent literally hours, to finally get OBS to work on High End Cheap Tech!

So after about a few dozen tries, I figured out how to get a decent screen capture (display capture) video on OBS on a supposedly obsolete/under-powered tablet.

The best part is, after shooting this in two segments, I edited the video on the very same, lowly X5 Z8300 Intel Atom tablet.  Yes, Openshot failed to add a transition at one point, but I’ll take success over disdain anytime!

The video below will mention how to remove background noise and show you that sometimes hardware decoding can get the job done even when you are saying to yourself, “hardware decoding, are you fuc&%$g kidding me?”

That’s all for now kiddies, maybe later I will try this again on the HI12? Leave a comment on YouTube if you want me to try it also!

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Teclast X3 Plus 2 in 1 Tablet PC, Quick Video Worth Sharing (video)

Originally posted 2017-04-14 19:22:02.

Teclast X3 Plus 2 in 1 Tablet PC

The Teclast X3 Plus is a 2 in 1 Tablet PC, running Windows 10 with 6gb of RAM. It comes with a decent 1920 x 1080 (FHD) 11.6 inch display and the big attraction is the Intel Celeron N3450 CPU clocked at 1.1 GHz with a max speed of 2.2 GHz.

Lots of RAM and a newer Apollo Lake processor should produce some great results.  So just so you know you can find it on Gearbest right now for $363. As usual my personal recommendation is to find a really good Bluetooth keyboard so you don’t waste extra cash on an accessory keyboard. Trust me, it sure makes life cheaper and easier when switching up tablets.

So let us proceed to the video right away and find out all the specs from Chris over at TechTablets.com.

That is all for now,

Tim--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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