Category Archives: Videos

It is Time For Another Video Worth Sharing: Teclast X3 Plus Review

Teclast X3 Plus

The Teclast X3 Plus appears to be a fairly decent product although it has some drawbacks, especially when it comes to battery life. Of course it has a nice super fast Celeron, Apollo Lake processor and a decent display.

The short list of specs are:

  • CPU: Intel Celeron N3450  Quad Core running at 1.1 Ghz
  • GPU::Intel HD Graphics 500
  • 6 GB RAM
  • Display is 1920 x 1080 (FHD), 11.6 inch

So I will let you get all the details from Chris over at Techtablets.com just by watching this handy video!

That is all for this evening,

Tim

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So After a 2 Month Wait I Now Have My Hands On a Chuwi Hi12 Tablet! First Impressions Are…WOW! (video)

Yeah, That Is The Hi12 Dwarfing the HiBook!

So after my initial disappointment with the first Hi12 I received with a defective screen, I finally received the replacement today. I was actually amazed how fast the postal service was compared to whatever Chinese shipper was involved with shipping it to the USA,

Considering the fact that it arrived in Chicago late on Easter weekend and managed to find it’s way to Nashville and then up to Kentucky in just a few days is a miracle.

While the case I bought for it isn’t great, it will do the job. I can simply set the angle of the tablet by where I position my super-duper Logitech K480 keyboard. This akes for on very nice notebook type PC without paying the extra expense of those docking keyboards! Sure the extra USB ports would be nice, but 2 full size USB ports work for me! (1 USB 3.0/ 1 USB 2.0).

So without further typing by me and because I still need to get this thing all the Windows Updates, here is the video!

That is all for this evening…so far,

Tim

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

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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Chuwi Hi12 Versus the Chuwi Hi13 Tablet (video)

Today we have a quick comparison video on the Chuwi Hi12 and Hi13 tablets. It is a fairly short video, but gets right to the point and covers the advantages and disadvatges of both tablets.

This one is once again from TechTablets and without further intro here is the video:

That is all for now,

Tim

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Another Video Worth Sharing, Tear Down of The Chuwi Hi13 Tablet

Today we have another video on the Chuwi Hi13 tablet. This one is very interesting in that we get to see how to tear down this tablet. This one is again from Chris over at TechTablets.

It is actually surprisingly easy to take apart and the internals seem to be very well thought out and put together. We also get to see that it appears that Chuwi may be considering adding an SSD and possibly more RAM on future models.

So without any further details here is the video!

That is all for now,

Tim

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