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Elefull USB-3.0 USB Flash Drive 64GB With Micro USB/ OTG Adapter For Smart Mobile Phone Tablet Samsung Htc Moto Huawei Car Music Player TV Computer Laptop High Speed (black)(64GB) – Mega Price

Elefull USB-3.0 USB Flash Drive 64GB With Micro USB/ OTG Adapter For Smart Mobile Phone Tablet Samsung Htc Moto Huawei Car Music Player TV Computer Laptop High Speed (black)(64GB)

  • Advantages: newly added micro USB/OTG adapter, For mobile phone tablet laptop computer Car usb port TV etc
  • Classic style Blue USB port real full capacity USB 3.0 downward compatible usb 2.0 and usb 1.1
  • Used for your office work business life learning travel photos music video etc
  • Packing: usb flash drive/ OTG adapter
  • After sell service: 2 years warranty and friendly customer service

Operating Systems: Win98/SE/2000/XP/Vista/win7 | Linux | Mac|Android
Data Retention: 10 years
Connectivity: Hi-Speed USB3.0 ,downward compatible usb 2.0 and usb 1.1
Compatibility: For Macs PCs and Android cell phone with OTG port
Custom Color: Available, may require minimum order quantity
Rush Orders: Available Upon Request
Power: No external power required
Warranty: 2 Year Warranty
Drivers: Plug and Play compatible (Required for Windows 98/95)

Packing:
Usb flash drive
Micro USB OTG adapter (USB to Micro USB/OTG)

Some customers contact us Said smartphone does not recognize the U disk,then ask Refund,beacause very few models smartphone wiht OTG / micro usb/ external memory device Function turn OFF,please set your phone external memory OTG turn on,(some customers do not know how to do,please ask your smartphone company after-sale service center)

Set Exernal memory turn on
setting>> other setting >> OTG connection
but some models is not this name, may be call “micro usb”or “external removeabble memory”
if you can not find it, please contact your phone company service center

Solutionand
1. If USB flash drive does not work, thenplease try again on other computer / and other Smart Phone
2. Very few smart phone models or Old OS systemversion do not support External storagedevice. If it on other smart phone work well, then please contact your smartphone manufacturer to get help.
3. Does your phone support external storage Higherthan 8GB or 16GB capacity? if it is not supported, please contact us to applyfor a new free 8GB/16GB to testing and evaluating.
4. If USB flash drive does not work on many device. Please contact us get new one, We will solve problem to make you have acomfortable experience.



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Jumper EZpad 5S – TechRadar

Microsoft’s Surface 3 was, at least in the subdued PC market, a relative success, selling well despite a rather steep price point for what it provides hardware-wise (something we criticised1). At nearly 500 (£690 in the US, which is around AU£920) when you factor in the detachable keyboard and the stylus, it comes across as an expensive tablet even by Microsoft’s standards, especially as the competition has heated up in the 2-in-1 segment. So it comes as no surprise that, just like the MacBook Pro2 and the Yoga 3 (both of which had very similar competitors in the shape of the Xiaomi Air 123 and the Voyo VBook V34), the Surface 3 has attracted the attention of one Chinese vendor, Jumper.

The latter has unleashed the EZpad 5S, a Windows tablet with a detachable keyboard which is remarkably similar to the Surface 3.

Jumper EZpad 5S - TechRadar

Gearbest sent us a review unit the device5 is currently on sale for just under 185 (£238, which is around AU£320) with the keyboard. Oddly, the model we received doesn’t look like the one that’s displayed on Gearbest’s product page the card reader is located on the side rather than under the kickstand, and there’s one microUSB port in lieu of a full-size USB 2.0. We strongly advise you to read our article on the pros and cons of buying from Chinese retailers6 (and generally speaking, outside of the UK).

Jumper EZpad 5S - TechRadar

The Jumper EZpad 5S comes with the detachable keyboard, standard charger, a USB cable, and surprise, surprise, a stylus. Funnily enough, there’s no mention of the latter on the product page and it didn’t work when we tried it. You don’t need yet another charger as you can charge this tablet from pretty much any existing USB-equipped device and charger; and yes, that even includes portable battery packs.

The biggest difference between this slate and Microsoft’s effort is the aspect ratio of the display. To put it simply, the EZpad 5S looks like a stretched Surface 3, but other than this the differences between the two are relatively small.

Jumper EZpad 5S - TechRadar

The rather thick black bezel is there with the silver border and the slightly tapered edges. The physical Windows home button has been moved but the metal kickstand which locks in two positions (about 40- and 85-degrees) is present. The tablet’s enclosure is entirely made of brushed aluminium; Jumper says that it is as strong as stainless steel but a third lighter. From afar though, it looks like plastic painted to resemble, well, brushed aluminium.

Jumper EZpad 5S - TechRadar

The glass display is glossy and as expected, is a major fingerprint magnet, but that’s an endemic problem for (most) entry-level tablets in general. Microsoft used an Atom x7-Z8700 CPU for the Surface 3; Jumper opted for a much slower (and cheaper) x3-Z8300 processor instead.

The main differences between the two are the base frequencies (1.44GHz vs 1.6GHz), the burst frequencies (1.84GHz vs 2.4GHz) and the graphics units’ burst frequencies (500MHz vs 600MHz). Open the device up and you will see 4GB of RAM and 64GB on-board storage (eMMC) plus a large 8500mAh battery.

Jumper EZpad 5S - TechRadar

The EZpad 5S has a larger 11.6-inch display compared to Surface 3’s 10.8-inch screen, which translates into a lower pixel density, but that won’t mean much if you plan to use it mostly with a keyboard. The rest of the specification includes rear and front cameras (5MP and full HD respectively), Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11n Wi-Fi, and on both sides, a mini-HDMI port, a pair of speakers, a headphone jack, an SD card slot, one USB 2.0 port, one USB 3.0 port and a microUSB one.

The power button and volume rocker can be found on the top, while the magnetic connector for the keyboard is located at the opposite end.

Jumper EZpad 5S - TechRadar

The keyboard cover adds some significant thickness to the keyboard but is a welcome addition. The tablet measures 276 x 172 x 8mm and weighs 676g, and the keyboard increases the overall weight by another 50%, to just over 1kg. Despite being a passive keyboard, it worked quite well, and is probably the best keyboard typing experience we’ve had on a cover-type model from any vendor and that includes the likes of Microsoft. Sure, it is a tad small and should ideally have taken the whole width of the cover, but it has a decent size touchpad, and the fact that it is rather thick (9mm) means there is at least some travel and spring.

Jumper EZpad 5S - TechRadar

Don’t expect miracles though the keys are tiny so will require some adjustment for touch typing, especially as there’s barely any space between them. Fat-fingered typists will probably have a worse typing experience, predictably enough. The touchpad is smaller than a credit card but produces a useful click when pressed harder, and it’s precise.

Jumper EZpad 5S - TechRadar

The IPS display, although sharp, lacked the punch usually associated with brighter monitors. We also noted that blacks were lacking and that wasn’t helped by the glare caused by the glass overlay, which added what looks like a layer of smog, even when we pushed the brightness setting to 100%. Having a metal body is useful to dissipate heat as the EZpad 5S doesn’t have an active fan, but it still got fairly hot in our tests. General performance was, as expected, significantly worse than most of the products we test here.

And the main culprits are the processor and the storage subsystem. We tested the Jumper tablet with Passmark, CPU-Z, GeekBench and Cinebench; unfortunately, CrystalDiskMark wouldn’t run. You can see the results below.

Jumper EZpad 5S - TechRadar

We didn’t extensively test its battery life but we managed to play a YouTube video for about 3 hours 5 minutes on maximum brightness bear in mind that the battery saving mode kicked in on 20% battery life. That’s a decent result but a far cry from the Surface 3. You won’t buy the EZpad for its audio performance; the pair of speakers on this tablet is one of the worst we’ve encountered. The rendition of Alicia Keys phenomenal New York was appalling to say the least. All the ingredients for even an average audio experience were missing: there was barely any depth, a lack of definition, and muddled sound at higher frequencies. You could easily mistake this cacophony for the sound coming out of a pair of cheap smartphone earbuds.

Jumper EZpad 5S - TechRadar

And as with most of the Chinese devices we’ve tested up until now, the Windows 10 operating system has already been pre-registered, and ours even came with a Chinese version of WinRAR.

Early verdict

The Jumper EZpad is a better-than-average product with not much to be criticised concerning its performance or build. Sure, the battery life is poor and the speakers are terrible, but that’s about all on the moaning front. However, as with most products that ship directly from China, we have more than a few reservations, such as the OS installation and, as we mentioned before, be sure to check out our guide7 to online Chinese retailers. The truth of the matter is, though, that the competition outside the Surface 3 is, well, almost non-existent. The Acer Aspire Switch 11 V8 may have a much faster CPU but it also costs around twice the price. Ditto for the HP Pavilion x29 which is actually even more expensive (while having a better CPU and quadruple the storage).

As such the EZpad 5S almost wins by default sadly, none of the big players (Dell, Lenovo and HP) have anything even remotely competitive.

References

  1. ^ something we criticised (www.techradar.com)
  2. ^ MacBook Pro (www.techradar.com)
  3. ^ Xiaomi Air 12 (www.techradar.com)
  4. ^ Voyo VBook V3 (www.techradar.com)
  5. ^ device (www.gearbest.com)
  6. ^ pros and cons of buying from Chinese retailers (www.techradar.com)
  7. ^ guide (www.techradar.com)
  8. ^ Aspire Switch 11 V (www.techradar.com)
  9. ^ HP Pavilion x2 (www.techradar.com)

Choetech 6 port USB desktop charger with Quick Charge 3.0 review

Desktop chargers can be an invaluable part of your desk setup. Instead of having a power strip full of individual wall warts with cables running from the floor to your desk, a desktop charger can give you multiple USB ports from one outlet in a convenient place.

Choetech 6 Port USB Desktop Charger With Quick Charge 3.0 Review

The Chetech 6 port USB charger is a compact box with six USB ports on the front. It has four black USB ports with a maximum output of 2.4A and two blue Quick Charge 3.0 ports. To the side of the ports is a blue LED.

Choetech 6 Port USB Desktop Charger With Quick Charge 3.0 Review

On the back is the cable that goes to the outlet. What I love about this charger is the lack of a power brick, which I ve seen on some chargers. It also comes with a stand that the charger slots into so it can sit vertically. This way it takes up less desk space and looks nicer. It s still small and compact, but I definitely like how it looks when standing vertically. When it comes to charging, it does the job as it should. The 2.4A ports charge devices as fast as any other charger does. The two Quick Charge 3.0 ports will charge a supported device rapidly. The advertised charge rate is 60% in 38 minutes and that s spot on what I noticed it averaging.

This charger is great for travel, since it s compact and has no power brick. Throw it in a bag without the stand and make sure you ll be able to both charge multiple devices on one outlet (we all know finding enough outlets in hotels is tough) and top off your main device quickly with Quick Charge. The only complaint I could possibly have is the price. When it comes to desktop chargers, it s definitely not the cheapest at £32.99. It s worth the money as it s on par with other higher end Quick Charge desktop chargers. Also, something to note is that Quick Charge won t work with some Motorola devices like the Moto X Pure and Style. It s odd since every other QC charger works just fine with them, but the Choetech will charge them at 2.4A. Overall it s a great charger with no serious downsides. It s compact, lightweight, has lots of ports, has Quick Charge 3.0, and is reasonably priced. If you want to buy one, head to Choetech1 or Amazon2.

References

  1. ^ Choetech (www.choetech.com)
  2. ^ Amazon (www.amazon.com)

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