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

By Tim

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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New Chromebook “Cheza” Packs Snapdragon 845 Processor, is a 2 in 1 Tablet

By Radu Iorga

As expected Intel is about to lose one of its big sellers, Chromebooks. Turns out that future models could rely on Snapdragon CPUs. One such example has just appeared, under the codename “Cheza”. It’s a 2 in 1 Chromebook with a Snapdragon 845 CPU.

We’ve seen Snapdragons on Windows 10 S machines and moving to Chromebooks seems logical. This “Cheza” will be a in 2 in 1 Chromebook with a detachable keyboard. There’s also a Chromium source code commit, that points towards the same device. Leaks and sources talk about it, as having a 2560 x 1440 pixel screen, plus there’s an USB Type-C port in the mix, for connecting an external screen, data transfer and charging.

Chromebooks have been available with Intel, Rockchip and MediaTek processors, but none with Qualcomm. It would offer extra choices, better battery life, plus LTE modem, which is something the other chips don’t bring. The Cheza Chrome OS device will end up as an “Always Connected” machine, with an eSIM maybe. Expect to use it as a laptop, tablet and regular detachable.

Not sure if Microsoft will be happy about this, since it cannibalizes their Windows 10 S /Windows on ARM machines. Since Qualcomm is rolling in cash, they may as well offer the CPU cheaper to the Chromebook OEMs, so the prices may be lower than we’ve seen lately (the latest Chromebooks have become very pricey sadly).

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If Your New Smartphone Or Tablet Is Missing a 3.5 mm Headphone Jack, The World Is Still Okay (Video)

By Tim

This evening we have a new video from our YouTube channel here concerning a nice way to get around the missing headphone jack on new devices such as smartphones.

The cure of course is pictured above. A nice set of Bluetooth headphones, which in this particular case happen to include a set of speakers as well! Yes, you can also use them as wired!

Yeah, that is 2 problems cured with a single purchase! The product is the Archeer AH45 BT headset/speakers combo which is priced very reasonably at $45 on Amazon.

So watch the video below and learn and then thank me by subscribing to our channel!

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Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Rumored to Come in 2019, With Big Design Changes, Latest Intel CPU

By Radu Iorga

A fresh report that came out this week has some intel on the future Surface Pro tablet. Turns out that the Surface Pro 6 is expected to come in 2019 and it’s known by the codename “Carmel” right now. It’s expected to be released in the middle of the year, maybe around the time of BUILD 2019.

The source also mentions that it’ll have Windows 10 Pro on board (of course) and it’ll sport a big redesign. We don’t have a clue what the means, but hopefully it’ll be slim, built of premium materials and sleek. Also, there’s talk about the device having the latest Intel processors on board and also an USB Type-C port, based on the one that Microsoft integrated on the Surface Book 2.

Industry experts claim that Microsoft will keep using the proprietary Surface Connector, so nothing is sure right now. We also found out recently that Microsoft is actually preparing a trio of Surface devices for the next year. Surface Phone/Andromeda is supposed to come this year, while the affordable “Lex” Surface Pro with a 10 inch screen will come next year.

That model will be priced at around $400 and it should use a lower power Intel CPU. The battery life is expected to be around 9.5 hours and the product will weigh 20% less than the current gen Surface Pro tablet. Other rumors mention a refreshed 5th gen Surface Pro tablet coming this fall, with the latest Intel 8th gen CPU inside. I guess we’ll learn more as time passes, but that redesign thing has me curious.

Will it be more of a classic tablet or detachable?

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Acer Debuts Chromebook Spin 15, Spin 13 Laptops With Rotating Screen

By Radu Iorga

Acer is on a roll this week, debuting a few Chromebooks and Predator devices. The former are the Chromebook Spin 15 and Spin 13 machines, with hybrid formats.

As any rotateable laptop goes, they can easily be turned into tablets. Acer Chromebook Spin 15 has a 15.6 inch screen, while the Chromebook Spin 13 has a 13.5 inch panel. The smaller has a Full HD resolution, while the biggie goes Full HD+. I can’t promise you’ll notice the difference, because you probably won’t.

Acer Spin 15 relies on a few choices of Intel CPUs, together with 4 GB or 8 GB of RAM, as well as 32 GB or 64 GB of storage. Spin 13 for example packs an Intel Core i3 8th gen chipset and an impressive top level of 16 GB RAM. There’s also 32 GB or 64 GB of storage, although 128 GB would have also made sense.

 

These are obviously Chrome OS laptops and since they’re new, they also have support for the Play Store and Android apps. Linux is also rumored to arrive at some point as an option. No price has been mentioned or leaked for the Spin 13, but the Spin 15 goes for $449.

It should be in stores this July.

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