Tag Archives: Tablets

Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: The Lenovo MiiX 630 2 in 1 Tablet PC on Snapdragon 835 Review

This video comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and is quite a thorough and honest review of this device.

This is a 2 in 1 tablet PC running Windows 10 on Arm and it does have some serious limitations. While the idea is great, it just isn’t quite perfected at this time. The price is also rather steep at $899. Their may be a niche market for these, but personally, the LTE connectivity, while handy doesn’t make up for the lack of WiFi.

There are some very nice features here, no doubt, but in the end this one is a little before Win 10 on Arm is anywhere near perfect.

So let us get right to that promised video where you can see all the specs and benchmarks and pros and cons from Andrew! Make sure to subscribe to his channel as he always does great honest reviews and pulls no punches.

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Today’s First Video Worth Sharing: ALLDOCUBE KNote 5 2 in 1 Tablet PC, Hands On and Review

This video comes to us from Chris over at TechTablets.com and is an interesting product. The Alldocube KNote 5 is a decent, but far from stellar 11.6 inch tablet with a keyboard case.

As usual for inexpensive tablets this one lacks decent speakers, which of course is easily cured a headphones or Bluetooth speakers. The display is a very decent , but not all that bright, IPS type and the device also does have a 128 GB SSD drive, which is nice to see.

This one also has an N4100 Intel Celeron processor and 4 GB of DDR4 RAM.

It is currently available at Gearbest for $309 at the time of this posting.

So below is the video and make sure to check out the TechTablets channel on YouTube for similar content to this!

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Tim

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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: Unboxing and Review of The 10.8 Inch Huawei M5 Pro Tablet

This evening we have an unboxing and review of the Huawei MediaPad M5 Pro. This one comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and is, as usual, a great informative piece.

Like its smaller brother  the MediaPad M5 8.4 inch tablet this one has similar specs but a lot more screen real estate for media consumption. It has a few minor flaws but is still a premium device with the latest Android 8.1 and a stylus.

So I will quit chattering here and let you get right to the video.

Make sure to subscribe to the AMDTech channel if this kind of info interests you.

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Tim

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Tonight’s Research Project. Is it possible to install Windows or Linux on an Asus Me 572C?

Originally posted 2016-02-06 20:16:28.

multitask_headerNo, I am not going to be actually doing this right now,  just researching if it can be done. After all, it is an Intel x86 Processor based tablet, so the obvious question is could it run Windows 10 or maybe Puppy Linux?

These are merely theoretical questions that won’t get answered too quickly, but someday I’ll be getting that 8 inch Zenpad with 4 gb RAM and by then I hope to have some answers! There is certainly no reason to think it can’t be done.

By tomorrow I should have some answers.

Tim

 

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Today’s Video Worth Sharing: The HP Spectre X360 15t Full Unboxing And Review

This one comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and covers the pros and cons of this convertible laptop/tablet. The specs are impressive and  the price is far less than some notable competitors such as Dell.

It does have some downsides, but overall if you are looking for a great convertible  device this one might be the one for you.

Below are the basic specs as tested, for all the specs check Andrew’s video and subscribe to his channel!

  • CPU Intel Core i7-8705G
  • Operating System Windows 10 Home
  • RAM 16GB RAM Upgradable
  • Hard Drive Size 512GB
  • Hard Drive Type M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
  • Type Display Size 15.6 Highest Available Resolution 3840 x 2160
  • Native Resolution 3840 x 2160
  • Graphics Card AMD Radeon RX Vega M GL Graphics
  • Wi-Fi 802.11ac

So let us proceed at once to that video!

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Tim

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