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CHUWI UBook Fire Hazard. Battery Swollen

CHUWI UBook Fire Hazard. Battery Swollen

Hi everyone, I’m probably one of the few who have had swollen battery issues. This time, the most recent battery issue came with the CHUWI UBook tablet that I’ve had for a few years now. Somehow, even with the device powered off, the battery decided to swell really bad that it bent the tablet itself. Fortunately, even with the tablet bended, the screen itself seems to not have been cracked. However, the battery is severely swollen. I was able to…

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Using the Hidizs AP80 as a Micro SD reader

Using the Hidizs AP80 as a Micro SD reader

Hi everyone, It comes a time when I have to update my Windows devices manually because sometimes, on my Intel Atom machines, Windows Update fails to install a Windows Insider build. I know I’m not the only one who have had this happened. One thing one can do to solve this is to go ahead and download a Windows Insider ISO and then create a bootable micro SD card, with tools like Rufus. Now, the bootable part is not important,…

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Battery Replacement for HP Stream 7 and 8 tablets done!

Battery Replacement for HP Stream 7 and 8 tablets done!

Hi everyone, Today, I’ll share this picture of what I did during these weeks: That’s right! I’ve replaced the batteries of both my old HP Stream 7 and HP Stream 8 batteries with these Cameron Sino batteries designed for the HP Stream 7 but that also works with the HP Stream 8. You can see that there is plenty of additional space in the HP Stream 8 and that I applied a tape to secure the battery in place. Right…

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Doing some cable management to my Tablet mining rig

Doing some cable management to my Tablet mining rig

Hi everyone, Today, I spent some time in the morning doing some cable management to the area where I have my mining tablets: Those tablets are contributing to distributed computing projects that runs using the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing software, which is also available for Android devices, so my Android tablets are currently contributing to the [email protected] project and to World Community Grid if there’s no yoyo tasks available for them. You can see I made use of…

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Tablets placed in their new place crunching BOINC Tasks!

Tablets placed in their new place crunching BOINC Tasks!

Hi everyone, Yesterday, I showed you my Raspberry/Orange Pi and other SBCs placed in their new place and crunching tasks Today, I show you my tablets also crunching tasks in their new place as well. They are all crunching BOINC projects. The ones with the heatsinks are Intel-based tablets that overheat. Placing the heatsink and the fan cools them down: That’s all!

Solving the HP Stream tablets CPU Throttling

Solving the HP Stream tablets CPU Throttling

Hi everyone, In this post, I’m gonna talk about the HP Stream tablets and how to work around the overheating issues you may have with them. These tablets works really good most of the time, that is, as long as you are in a well ventilated room, or a room with Air Conditioner. However, on tropical weather, it does not performs good sometimes. This is because the temperature is mostly in the mid 70s to 90s F, and in the…

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[4K Video] Unboxing HP Stream 8 Tablet

[4K Video] Unboxing HP Stream 8 Tablet

Hi everyone, In this video, I will be unboxing the HP Stream 8 tablet. This tablet has basically the same specs as the HP Stream 7 I showed you yesterday, as it comes with an Intel Atom Z3735G @ 1.33Ghz, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of eMMC storage, Wifi/Bluetooth connectivity, and it came with Windows 8.1 but is fully compatible with Windows 10. The main difference between the HP Stream 7 and HP Stream 8 is that the HP Stream 8…

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[4K Video] Unboxing HP Stream 7 Tablet

[4K Video] Unboxing HP Stream 7 Tablet

Hi everyone, In this video, I will be unboxing the HP Stream 7 tablet. This tablet comes with an Intel Atom Z3735G @ 1.33Ghz, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of eMMC storage, Wifi/Bluetooth connectivity, and initially comes with Windows 8.1. The tablet itself is actually good for lightweight tasks, however, the 1GB of RAM is pretty much the limiting factor. Do you have this tablet? How does it work for you? Let me know in the comments.

The Amazon Fire $50 tablet

The Amazon Fire $50 tablet

Hi Everyone, Amazon currently has the Amazon Fire tablet on sale for $39.99 due to the Christmas Season. The tablet is very basic but it is still a cool tablet for the price 🙂 Here is my unboxing video of the tablet. Enjoy! Click the link below to buy this tablet:

NuVision 8" Windows 10 Tablet (TM800W560L) that was for $50 on the Microsoft Store

NuVision 8" Windows 10 Tablet (TM800W560L) that was for $50 on the Microsoft Store

Hi everyone, Did you know that on December 9, 2016, there was a tablet for just $50 dollars at the Microsoft Store? No? Well, bad luck for you then, as this tablet was only available for $50 bucks that day only, and yesterday, December 10, it was available for $100, still $30 off its main price. For those of you who did get the tablet, Congratulations! You already know how powerful the tablet is for just the $50 dollar price…

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