Mixcder is known for making affordable but high-quality wireless headphones and iems. Many of their products, including the Mixcder Basso Active Noise Cancelling in ear monitors, and the MSH169 computer speakers, enjoyed a lot of positive feedback from customers.
The very new Mixcder ShareMe are no ordinary wireless headphones. Not only do they offer features such as Bluetooth 4.1, 40mm ultra-large dynamic drivers and a noise cancelling mic, they also have this unique feature called ShareMe function, which allows two users to share the same audio source wirelessly with two units of ShareMe headphones.
The ShareMe function allows users to share music and other audios with two sets of headphones.
Great battery life
The Mixcder ShareMe are no match for many similarly-priced headphones in terms of sound quality.
The build quality of these headphones is not very nice.
ZTE announced a new budget smartphone called the Zmax Pro. Priced at only $99, the handset features a 6-inch Full HD LCD display, a Snapdragon 617 octa-core processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, a 5MP selfie camera, a 13MP main camera, a finger-print reader, a USB Type C port and 3,400mAh battery.
For their price and sizes, the Mixcder MSH169 speakers play impressively loud and sound nice, and could handily replace the built-in speakers of your TV sets and laptops. Light, small, and easy to drive, they also offer amazing portability.
From a brand famous for making wireless speakers, the Mixcder MSH169 don’t support wireless use.
The bottom line
If you want to spend no more than $30 on a nice external audio system for your laptop or desktop PC, the Mixcder MSH169 speakers could be one of the best choices in this price range.
Windows tablets have been gaining popularity since the release of Windows 8 and the Microsoft Surface Pro. Windows 10, which made its way to millions of PCs and tablets through free online upgrade last year, further enhanced the experiences of those two-in-one Windows devices.
Although Microsoft’s very own Surface and Surface Pro lines are still considered as the market-leading Windows tablets and also remain to be most popular, many other manufacturers, big and small, are trying to have a share in this fast-growing market of tablet & PC hybrids.
Cube, a Chinese brand mainly known for making budget Android tablets, has already released a bunch of Windows tablets since 2014. One of their most successful products was the Cube i7 Stylus, a Windows tablet which came with a Core M processor, 4GB RAM, a comfortable keyboard base and Wacom digitizer. Recently, Cube has released an upgraded version of the Cube i7 Stylus – the Cube i7 Book, which comes with many improvements such as an all new Skylake Core M3 processor, a USB Type-C port and a rotary keyboard base. The tablet itself is only priced at RMB2,199 ($329), even cheaper than the entry model of Microsoft Surface 3. You might need to spend more on the rotary keyboard base and a Wacom, but I am sure the added cost the two will be under $100.
Cube i7 Book Main Specs
OS: Windows 10 Home
Screen: 10.6-inch IPS, 10-point multi-touch, IGZO
Display Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (16:9)
CPU: Intel Skylake Core-M 6Y30
CPU Frequency: 0.9GHz (Base clock) – 2.2GHZ (Turbo clock)
GPU: Intel HD 515
RAM / Storage: 4GB DDR3L / 64GB SSD
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.1
WiFi: 802.11 b/g/n, WiFi hotspot
Camera: 5MP back camera, 2MP front camera
Ports: Micro SD Card Slot, Micro USB 3.0 Port, USB Type-C port, 3.5mm Headphone Jack, DC Charging Port
Size: 273*172*9.6mm, Weight: 710.5g, Color: Black front and blue rear
Latest Android TV boxes powered by Amlogic S905X are offering advanced H.265 video decoding @ 4K resolution, VP9 and HDR support at a very low price tag. Running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and compared to other low cost TV boxes, the Mini M8S II is powered by 2GB RAM and offers extra smooth Android experience and a more stable Kodi video playback.
Sunvell QBOX Android TV box is powered by Amlogic S905, 2GB, 16GB eMMC flash storage and currently running Android 5.1.1. The main highlights of the QBOX are; Quad-core CPU clocked at 2.0GHz, H.265 HEVC support with 4K @ 60Hz hardware cecoding, HDMI 2.0 with 4K support, Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit ethernet, microSD and SD card slot.
Zidoo will be the first to release Android Tvbox based on Realtek RTD1295 64bit processor. By now Zidoo engineers are working hard from dawn to night, and puting on the finishing touches.
It can be expected that, the new flagship product with ZDMC and Zidoo’s experience on the customization applications, will be the best product that Zidoo ever made.
With a new version of ZDMC, which use OMX HW decoding for a better compatibility.
The prior experience on X9, the predecessor based on Mstar9180, gave power to us to provide a better HDMI recording application. Users can input 4K videos from game console, set-top boxes, computers, and more. The Zidoo X9S or X8 can compress it to 1080P 30hz.
And also, Zidoo provide other useful applications, such as Zidoo Theater, NASkit and more.
The Zidoo X9S’s shell is made of aircraft-grade aluminum with space gray color.
Pricing and release date has not been announced yet.
Realtek RTD1295 ARM Cortex-A53 Quad-Core with floating-point unit and NEON SIMD engine embedded