Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Review

After having us standing in the line, and leaving us without it for a year (2016), the last delivery of line S of Samsung in Tablet format is among us. This Galaxy Tab S3 is a smashing device since it is taken out of the box and the first sensation it gives you is to have in your hands a very high quality product, with an unseen category so far in the segment. Does this model have any weak point? We are going to examine it below. Without verifying it before, once we saw its specifications and the love/dedication with which Samsung described the different aspects of its Galaxy Tab S3 along the MWC 2017, it was already complicated for us not to think that that was not the best Android tablet so far. After taking some days with it and having it examined thoroughly, the sensation is confirmed, and it, Inclusive, goes beyond our initial expectations. The only one “but” that reasonably we could put on it (and we state is from now), is the price. You ought to have it very clear to invest 670 Euros, keyboard not included, in an Android tablet.

Nevertheless, in its ecosystem, this Galaxy Tab S3 is what the iPad Pro is to iOS or what the Surface Pro 4 is to Windows. It is, the best equipment to run Android with in the great format. Those who aspire to the best of the best regardless the price, should not have any doubts right now; especially since the high gamma in the segment shows few agitation. Samsung has done a noticeable effort to develop a product that fitted perfectly in the tablets boom moments and that is why this device is so special nowadays.

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How to make a clean restart in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is already among us, besides, it is full of changes, improvements and novelties of all kinds, many of them visible and noticeable for all of the users and many others that have been introduced in the background, without fanfare, and designed to upgrade the experience of the users whenever they use the new operating system, as, for example, a new function that is applied when turning on and restarting Windows which permit us to start again with all the apps opened again, just as they were at the moment of restarting.

This new function has been implemented in the operating system in order to upgrade the experience of the users and speed up the restarts of the system and the turnings off as well, and at the same time, to permit to the users to recover the previous status of their computers when they turn them on again. Continue reading How to make a clean restart in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

5 great Android features that disappeared inexplicably

5 great Android features

Android is a mobile platform that changes constantly. With each new system version Google introduces new features and removes others that in general are obsolete or don’t provide an added value for users.

Nevertheless, in some occasions we’ve seen how some useful system tools, which we could even use in a daily basis, disappeared completely with no explanation. Today, we put together a list of five features that inexplicably disappeared.

Features that inexplicably disappeared from Android forever

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What annoys me the most about passing from Android to iOS (and vice versa)

Android to iOS

About a month ago I bought an iPhone 8 Plus, putting aside my dear Galaxy S7 edge to give it a chance to apple devices. It’s already known: keep your friends close, but your enemies closer. The fact is that, after a month of testing, and having found their good things and their bad things, there is just one thing that keeps annoying me and that, unless the stars are aligned, there is no solution in a short term.

I have always liked to buy apps. If a developer does a good job, I think the best way to make it up for him is paying for his app, and throughout my android life (which I still keeping even thoug i use an iPhone) I bought dozens of apps and spent many euros. Now, all that money doesn’t worth anything, because an app that I bought on Google Play I have to rebuy it on the App Store. Continue reading What annoys me the most about passing from Android to iOS (and vice versa)

Asus ROG Strix XG258Q, another Gaming monitor more expensive than good

Asus has announced the launching of a new  Gaming monitor which will be added to its ROG Strix products catalog. It is about the monitor Asus ROG Strix XG258Q, designed for games of the kind eSports and with pretty advanced characteristics, but one which, once again, has been added with a lot of unnecessary little lights that make its price extremely expensive: Even when it is a full HD monitor, Asus ask for it nothing less than $499 dollars.

Let us talk first about the characteristics and then we will value the price. The Asus ROG Strix XG258Q mounts a LED-TN of Full HD resolution. Knowing this, you will understand that the monitor cannot be very expensive, can it?. Well, the panel has logically 1ms of time of response, and Asus offers it in two variants: The first with NVIDIA G-Sync and the other one with AMD FreeSync, being the option with FreeSync $50 dollars cheaper. The best part of this monitor is its refresh rate, so that it goes from 48 to 240 Hz. It is really laudable. Continue reading Asus ROG Strix XG258Q, another Gaming monitor more expensive than good

How to fix the battery problems in Android caused by Google play services

Google play services

In the last hours the app of Google Play Services system was updated to the version 11.7.46 to correct some lesser performance problems, but the solution seems to have been worse than the sickness. And it is because many users warn that after installing the update they have found themselves having severe problems of battery in Android.

If you have gone through problems of battery in Android in the last hours, keeping the same usage in your cell phone, maybe the fault is on Google Play services, just as it is warned from Reddit. There are some users there who started complaining about the fact that the update of this service is wearing down the battery of their smartphones (no matter what model it is) in an alarming way. In fact, even when the problem seems to prevail, especially on the Google Pixel and One Plus devices, none is safe from being affected with this problem that, fortunately, has a solution. Continue reading How to fix the battery problems in Android caused by Google play services

HDMI 2.1 is already official, and will be prepared for screens 10K

HDMI 2.1

At the begginings of this year we talked to you about the new standard HDMI 2.1 presented in the CES,a draft of the new standard which would come definitly at the end of 2017 and that will have a support for HDR dynamic. Some hours ago, the official specifications of the new standard HDMI 2.1 have been made known, and they are coming with some very interesting novelties and surprises related to the initial draft.

The HDMI 2.1 is a standard developed thinking specially of the future in order to, besides being able to take advantage at the most of the televisions UHD of last generation they will also be able to get benefits of the potential of the future models gifted with panels Super Hi-Vision. Continue reading HDMI 2.1 is already official, and will be prepared for screens 10K

Microsoft Edge for Android, the first stable version is already here: these arfe its characteristics

Microsoft Edge for Android

After a month of testing, today the Microsoft Edge navigator launches its first stable version for Android mobile devices.

During these weeks, Microsoft Edge has polished small flaws and adding new characteristics to offer a complete web navigator that’s trying to become another alternative to Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc.

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Roccat celebrates 10 years of the Kone mouse and launches an AIMO special version

10 years ago, the German manufacturer Roccat launched the revolutionary mouse Kone, a device that made Gaming in a time when it was only beginning to be noticed, this is why it’s widely considered a pioneer. To celebrate ten years from its launch, Roccat has launched the Kone AIMO special edition, adding all of the best technology available now.

El Roccat Kone was one of the first peripherals in the market that had RGB lighting, a must now for a mouse in Gaming. From its launch, the Kone has had many variants, with better sensors in every release, ergonomics and illumination, and now with the AIMO the fabricant wants to add all the experience of these ten years of development to provide users with the best device possible.

Kone AIMO

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