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This Morning’s Video Worth Sharing, The Cube Freer X9 Tablet, Not a Bad Tablet!

This morning’s video is on the Cube Freer X9 tablet which has a few good points and a relatively low cost price. This is basically a 9 inch tablet with some very decent specs and a few downsides like the small battery.

This one comes to us from Chris at Techtablets and as usual I suggest subscribing to his YouTube channel.

It would be a great Xmas gift for children or someone who simply uses the device occasionally. However I still recommend getting the HiBook Pro with the larger 10.1 inch screen and a larger battery and currently at the same $169.99 price tag.

This is a very good tablet for the price and is available at BangGood right now for $169.99.

That is all for this morning,

Tim

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Today’s Video is Sort of a Repeat, But Still Worth Sharing: Xiaomi Notebook Pro i5 Version

Yesterday we had the full review on this one from Chris over at TechTablets and today we get the unboxing/initial review from Andrew over at AMDTech.

The version in this video is the 8 GB RAM with the i5 quad core processor and as usual is very well presented with all the pros and cons. (Okay there really are not many cons at all).

As usual this is a very well done video from Andrew who, like Chris, offers some of the best unbiased videos on the internet.

You can find this device on Gearbest although the i7 version is currently out of stock.

That is all for now,

Tim

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Today’s Video Worth Sharing: The Essential Phone PH-1 Unboxing And Review

Today’s video comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and covers the Essential Phone (PH-1). A 5.7 inch, bezel-less smartphone built of premium quality materials with a few nice features.

Unfortunately one of those nice features is not the price tag which is a staggering $699 for a not quite ready for prime time device. However this phone might appeal to a certain segment that wants very decent battery life, good gaming, plenty of storage and a good display.

On a personal note here, I know that a bezel-less display sounds great, but in reality it just means you will be accidentally touching the screen all the time. My BLU Energy 2 phone has some mighty tiny side bezels and I am still constantly hitting the screen with the edge of a finger or thumb.

Keep in mind of course that I use a phone primarily to check email, watch the radar and occasionally go to my work web site when I am on the landline with a customer.  Oh yes, I also use it primarily for…wait for it…yes, you guessed it, making phone calls. So obviously I am not the guy who is going to recommend that anyone purchase a phone that costs what a very good laptop costs.

All that being said, let us see what Andrew has to say about this particular device.

That is all I have at the moment,

Tim

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Today’s Video Worth Sharing: Full Review, Samsung Notebook 9 Pro 15 Inch Convertible

Today’s video comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and covers the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro. This is a 15 inch laptop/notebook that has a Yoga style hinge allowing 360 degree rotation.

It packs a lot of nice features into a very premium package and below I will list just a few.

  • Intel Core i7 Processor
  • Full HD 1920 x 1080 touchscreen IPS display
  • 16 gb RAM
  • 256gb SSD
  • AMD Radeon 540 Graphics
  • lots of ports, one of my pet peeves with some devices

So all of that being said, let us proceed to the video to get all the specs and Andrew’s opinions…

That is all for now,

Tim

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Today’s Video Worth Sharing: The Cube T10 4G Review.

Today’s video worth sharing is a review on the 10.1 inch, Cube T10 4G model. This is a 10.1 inch tablet with 4 G connectivity along with WiFi a/b/g/n with a decent display at a relatively reasonable price.

If making calls via your tablet is important then this one might be the one for you. Although you need to check the available bands to see if you can use it in your region of the world. It also has the newer Android 6.0 on board and seems to be quite adequate for everyday use.

So without further intro, below is the video from Chris over at Techtablets.com

This tablet is available from Gearbest currently at $185.

That is all for now,

Tim

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