It’s Fast A Chromecast Ultra/Cover By Zubair Ali

It's Fast A Chromecast Ultra
It's Fast A Chromecast Ultra

I’ve been streaming on my Chromecast Ultra for about a year now. It’s fast, it’s easy. I can cast for KCR content directly from my TV.

And I paid 70 dollars for it when it launched. But I recently just picked up my box s by showing me in this tiny little box and it has a Chromecast alter a built-in. It’s a full set-top box and it gains and it costs less. So there has to be a catch.

Right. The ME box s retails for 60$ but I’ve seen it on sale low as 40$.

Still makes you check the link below for current pricing. And at that price, this is really the king of Buddy’s streaming boxes. When you pick one up, everything that you need is in the box. The ME box is of course.

And you get an HDMI cord, which you don’t always see in these types of packages, especially at this price. The power brick.

And you get a remote, And there are a few dedicated buttons on here and a microphone for voice control so you can control your TV and your smart home with Google Assistant, which is a nice bonus.

The setup easy to is just stepped by step signing with a Google account, it on the Wi-Fi network. And that’s pretty much it.

It is running the newest interface of Android TV at the time of this video. It’s running Android eight dot one, but with Project Trouble support. By the time you see this, it’ll probably have Android nine PI.

The interface a lot on Android TV and you will be happy to know that the performance is nice and snappy to the UI. And of course, you have Netflix and Hulu, and YouTube, but you can pretty much download what you want from the play store. Besides prime video, I’m not sure why.

Maybe you can sideload it, but four k HDR content plays back smoothly and I haven’t had issues so far, even though this is the same quad-core processor paired with the two gigabytes of RAM that was on the last ME box.

The performance is adequate. If you have a Bluetooth gaming controller, you can definitely take advantage of it.

You have a selection of Android TV lighter titles. You’ll be just fine on the ME box s like Leal’s Fortune. This is such a good game still and is very smooth on this.

But some demanding titles like The New Asphalt were not the best experience, but it’s definitely playable. But that’s to be expected at this price. Something like that article Shiel TV will gain better for sure but will cost you more than double or triple the price of this thing. So keep that in mind.

So with all of the things that the ME box offers have got to be an instant buy, right?

Well, for most people I say yes. If you’re looking for a four K set-top box with the Chromecast ultra built-in and you in the market for a Comcast Ultra anyway, then yes. But here’s the catch.

If you’re an ATV enthusiast, you want to think about it first. The ME box s supports AFTRA 10 but does not support Dobi’s vision and it does support Dolby Audio and DTL HD, but he does not support Gilbee Atmos. So if you care about that then you want to think twice.

The ports are limited, even though I think for a user it’ll be just fine.

There is a single USP 2.0 ports that could be used for wired gaming controllers and better, external storage because this only has eight gigabytes of internal storage. But that’s pretty easy to expand for cheap.

I just wish that it was USV 3.0 or faster and USGBC would have been nice.

Also, for people that use it, it would be cool to have port there, too. That basically is the catch. If you don’t care about those things.

This is one of those devices that offer incredible value for what it is. If you’re in the market for streaming for K set-top box with the Chromecast ultra built-in, then buy this. Don’t buy the Chromecast Ultra. This does a lot more.

So if you think about it, you can probably buy four of these for the same price that you would pay for one for K Apple TV. And I know it’s not the same ecosystem. I get it. It’s not on the same thing. But think about it. You can put four of these in your house for the price of one. So budget goes to show you how good of a value this thing is.

I really hope Jamey makes more of these boxes in the future. I would like to see a slightly higher price model with more ports, more storage, faster processor options, and maybe a few options to please the A V community.

But I think Zami is going in the right direction, so I won’t leave a link Downbelow for you if you want to pick one of these things up. Michou, check current pricing.

You never know how low these things are going to get.

And these are great stocking stuffers or great gifts for the occasion. So I have an extra one that I don’t need.

Samsung Galaxy S21+ Full Review/Cover By Hamza

Hey, what’s up, guys? Will we hear for the GSM arena? The galaxy S. 21 plus is a flagship that’s incredibly similar to the regular S. 21, so what does this phone have? The vanilla model doesn’t, and is this the one to go for.

If you don’t get paid the big Bucks for the track, let’s find out our full review.

The galaxy S. 21 plus is an elegant-looking flagship made of curved glass with an aluminum frame. Ours is a variant of the phone with an Exynos chipset, not a snapdragon one. The signature design feature of the S. 21 phones is that the camera bump wraps around.

The phone and melts into the frame looks great, especially in our fandom violet finish, what are the main differences between the S. 21 plus and the regular S. 21? Well, the first and most obvious one is the size.

The plus model is built around a 6.7-inch display and weighs in at about 200 grams, so it’s large but nothing that outrageous might prefer the more compact size of the 6.2 inches S. 21 though both phones are equally usable one hand.

Yes, 21 plus is a flat dynamic amulet with a 1080 P. resolution and adaptive 120-hertz refresh rate in a small punch hole for the selfie cam. The resolution is less in the Q. HD of last year’s model, but if you’re able to 120 hertz, the answer will bump down to 1080 P. anyway.

The rate makes moving elements on the screen look super smooth and senses adaptive it will go down to save power if you stop touching.

The content on this screen looks great. The rich colors, good sharpness, and deep black levels are what you’d expect from a flagship-grade Samsung analyzed.

and compared to a smaller phone like the S. 21, the larger screen size does make a difference. and the display is quite bright.

We measured a maximum of about 460 minutes with an Emmanuel slider and a boost up to 818. Its automotive went out in the bright sun. Now let’s flip over to the back. Yes, 21 plus has a curved back panel made of gorilla glass fictitious. The S. 20 ones are plastic, so the plus model is probably more challenging, but we haven’t tested that.

Both models seem pretty sturdy, though, and of course, with all Samsung flagships, you get full IP 68 rated waterproofing. And both phones feel pretty similar in the hand because of their matte finish.

Maybe there is a difference here with the smoothness, but it is very subtle. The third way that the S. 21 plus differs from the other 21 models are battery capacity the plus has a 40 800000000 power battery as opposed to 4000 on the S. 21 and 5000 on the ultra battery life on the plus model is noticeably better than the S. 21 in our tests.

It scored an endurance rating of 114 hours, This year Samsung’s flagships don’t include a charger in the box.

So you’d have to find one somewhere else, but you do have support for 25-watt charging and 10 what wireless charging and reverse wireless charging with a 25 what Sampson adapter. We were able to charge yes 21 plus from 0 to 55 percent in half an hour.

This is pretty much the same across all 3 S. 21 models, probably by design; the rest of the S. 21 plus features are identical to the regular S. 21. You get an ultrasonic fingerprint reader.

which has been improved over last year. Waking up and unlocking the phone is faster now and more reliable.

There’s a stereo speaker setup with one bottom-firing speaker and the earpiece acting as the second one for audio. The output is slightly louder than, yes, 20 ones. The sound quality is the same, with pleasant vocals and highs but not much bass.

You don’t get a headphone, Jack, here you need to use a USB C. dongle or connect wirelessly, and this year, storage isn’t expandable, and yes 21 phones either, but you do get 100 28 or 2056 gigs onboard the plus model.

The user interface of the S. 21 plus and the other rest 20 wines is Samsung’s. When you Y. based on android 11 brings some changes compared to previous versions, the volume control sliders are now vertical instead of horizontal. The gallery is much easier to navigate now, thanks to filmstrip nails down at the bottom.

When you Y. 3 integrates plenty of features from the new Android version, you notification history that you can access and settings. And when you share something, you can customize so quickly sending things to your favorite apps is accessible.

Powering all these features is either an Exynos 20 100 like we have in our unit or snapdragon 888 chipsets. The Exynos model scores in benchmarks though it doesn’t blow away last year’s flagships.

The scores are in the same ballpark as the top 2020 android chip, the snapdragon 865 plus still, this level performance is fantastic. Everything runs super smoothly, including games, plus you get support for 5 G. network connectivity too.

Finally, let’s go over the cameras. The triple camera setup is the regular rest 20. There’s a 12-megapixel primary camera, 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with a fixed focus, and a 64-megapixel telephoto camera that provides 3 times lossless digital zoom.

A software update has come out pretty recently. It addresses many of the NIT picks we had in previous reviews, but the camera quality of the S. 21 phones, so let’s see what things look like now.

you get on the S. 21. These photos look great with a wide dynamic range of nice colors, plenty of detail, and well-controlled noise.

Sharks from the ocean wide can have good sharpness for sort of camera again, just like the S. 21. The colors are nice, not over the top on previous Samsung models and the dynamic range is decent. Yes, 21 plus and yes 21 achieved by cropping from the center of the telephoto camera 64-megapixel sensor and upscale.

At the advertised, 3 times magnification effect of the upscaling is noticeable with some loss in sharpness and contrast compared to a full size 64 megapixel shot still.

the overall effect is decent, very usable sensor devices are so similar I’ll stick to the results from the S. 21 plus from here on out.

Portrait shots can be taken with a telephoto camera about 2.5 times soon, which is the default. Or with the primary camera. We like to zoom portraits better. Yes, the tension seems a little more on point, you’re able to keep a more comfortable distance from your subject.

Now one to night time shooting, the main campus forms well with exposure and dynamic range. The noise reduction is quite relaxed, which means you get some graininess but more resolved detail.

Turning on night mode gives you a much brighter exposure, and the noise is eliminated along with some of those finer details. Shadows are lifted, lights lose some of their warmth.

The older white camera doesn’t do a great job at night. You get doctor exposure and plenty of noise. The results are still usable if there is light. Night mode improves on this a lot, brightening the shadows and removing that noise.



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