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Today’s Hi12 Report! This Thing Is Still Fantastic After More Than a Year!

By Tim

So today I decided it was time for another video for our new YouTube Channel on High End Cheap Tech. The video went well but it took more than 3 hours to process the video due to the idiot (me) operating the keyboard here.

But I finally got it done and here I am sharing it, although somehow about 4 hours of my day has gone into the toilet.  I won’t go into the issues, although a power failure killed the first edit on the Zotac PC. Yeah, we can’t plan for those now can we?

I also found a way to shoot nice steady screen shot video at 1080p using the worst phone mount ever created, but it did get the job done.

So all of that being said, there is one minor correction in the video and that is the voice over should mention that I use the Hi12 to EDIT, not shoot all the videos I do for work. The camera’s on most inexpensive tablets are horrible, the camera on my old BLU Studio Energy 2 is still quite good!

So let us get right to the video in question and as usual, please like it, please leave comments and please subscribe and share!

In a few minutes we will have another video worth sharing from Andrew over at AMDTech on the HP Envy X2 ,Win 10 on ARM 2 in 1 notebook.

That is all for the moment,

Tim

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Tonight’s First Video Worth Sharing: AllDoCube Knote 8 Review, A Serious Don’t Buy!

By Tim

This evening we have a full review of the AllDoCube Knote 8 which is a 13.3 inch 2 in one tablet. This product sports some great specs, but, it has some serious issues that make it rather iffy, at best,  to consider purchasing.

This one comes to us from Chris, over at TechTablets and is the usual, excellent nit-picky type review that we all need to really make a decision.

Yes, it has 8 GB RAM and a Core m3-7Y30 processor, but the cons definitely outweigh the pros, considering the $549 price tag and that is without the keyboard/cover!

So let us get right to that video now and remember to check out the TechTablets channel for all sorts of great honest reviews!

That is all I have at this moment,

Tim

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7 inch Samsung Tablet Gets Certified by WiFi Alliance, Has Android 8.0 Oreo on Board

By James A.

It’s been a while since we last covered a smaller tablet, but here we are again, this time with a 7 inch Samsung device, that just got certified by the WiFi Alliance. It’s codenamed Samsung SM-T230NZ and it showed up in the official registry, with Android 8.0 Oreo in tow.

This is a 7 inch Android slate, which is pretty mysterious, since its model number doesn’t seem to point to any series. Samsung has a 7 inch tablet on the market already with the codename Samsung SM-T230, which is the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0, that debuted in March 2016. The “NZ” particle is a bit small to signify a totally new device. The predecessor Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 also had the same model number, so things are tricky.

It could end up being the same Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0, but one that has received Oreo and has been tested to see if it works. It’s weird to see it certified by the WiFi Alliance and FCC, feeling a bit overkill for an already existing device. The sketches of the unit show a differently designed machine though, compared to the current Galaxy Tab A 7.0. The design features of the newer Sammy tablets are here, including LED flash for the back camera and replaced speaker.

There’s no specs to comment on, but the previous Galaxy Tab A 7.0 had a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, a 1.5 GHz quad core CPU and 1.5 GB of RAM, as well as a 2 MP front camera and 5 MP back shooter. The battery life was excellent, rated at 10 hours.

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Tonight’s Video Worth Sharing: Archeer Bluetooth Headphones/Speakers, 2 in 1 For A Great Price!

By Tim

We all know there are some fantastic Bluetooth headphones out there, but these offer a bonus and that is, they can also be used as speakers!

This one comes to us from Anthony over at myprojet13 on YouTube. He normally sticks to phones, but these are an accessory you can use with a phone, PC, tablet, hell, anything that does Bluetooth.

The company claims 45 hrs on a charge and they can also be plugged into a headset jack.  I could actually use these and would probably throw away my old plug-in stereo speakers in order to have the convenience of these little gizmos! Their website is right here if you want more information!

Below you will find the video!

That is all I have at this moment,

Tim

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Google Assistant Now Working on Google Pixel C Tablets

By Radu Iorga

Google continues to expand the functionality of the Google Pixel C tablet, even though it’s been available for a while now and other companies would have neglected some of its updates. Google Assistant is for example available on the device and yes, I know it’s very late to the party.

Other Android tablets already had this solution installed for a while now, so it was bound to come here. Google Assistant has been on Pixel phones from the start and then it spread like wilfdire to many devices, even including speakers, headphones and appliances. The Pixel C was an odd duck lacking support for it. From what I hear, Google Lens isn’t supported yet, which is no surprise, seeing how it has just reached non Pixel phones.

At least you can use the Assistant in landscape mode, where other tablets would require a portrait mode. Why did Google leave the Pixel C without Assistant for so long? Well, it’s a 3 year old slate, it didn’t sell very well, let’s face it and it was pricey for a long time. We’re now waiting on Google I/O and a new generation of Google Assistant, perhaps also a new generation of Pixel C Tablet, who knows?

Even the iPads had the Google solution, by the way.

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