The Pocophone F1 comes with a bezel-less screen and a notch. The notch here accommodates an infrared camera and an IR illuminator for face unlock, and there is also a 20MP selfie snapper. In charge of processing is Qualcomm’s most powerful chipset – the Snapdragon 845 – enhanced with liquid cooling. There is also a dual-camera on the back with large pixels and a bright lens, while the massive 4,000mAh battery should help power the whole thing for quite some time. Xiaomi stressed the Pocophone brand will be operating independently, but you will be seeing the by Xiaomi inscription for some time, so the peopleRead More →

Safaricom, Airtel-Telkom, Faiba 4G Network Band Frequency Airtel 20 800 MHz Faiba 4G 28 700 MHz Safaricom 1 20 800 MHz Safaricom 2 3 1800 MHz Telkom Kenya 20 800 MHzRead More →

OnePlus was once the flagship killer, but not anymore. They make the price of their pones higher every year. Prices are getting close to Samsung, huawei and other brands. 3.5mm jack has been removed. Tear drop notch is better than other flagships. The OnePlus 6T is powered by the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor running at up to 2.8GHz with integrated Adreno 630 graphics. The base variant now has 128GB of storage with 6GB of RAM, the next step up gets you 8GB of RAM with no increase in storage, and the top-end variant has the same 8GB of RAM with 256GB of storage. TheRead More →

The ASUS PCE-AC55BT B1 PCIe Wi-Fi adapter provides superior dual-band AC1200 Wi-Fi performance for server backbone and switching infrastructure applications, it delivers wide compatibility, fitting any x1, x2, x8, or x16 slot. With 80MHz bandwidth and higher modulation scheme, PCE-AC55BT speeds up to 867Mbps on the 5 GHz band that’s 3 times faster than standard 802.11n Wi-Fi , allowing you enjoying faster and more stable connections. Besides, high-speed design and powerful antenna ensures long range wireless coverage. The PCE-AC55BT B1 is an 802.11ac dual-band 2×2 PCIe Wi-Fi adapter with speeds up to 867Mbps on the 5 GHz band that’s 3 times faster than standard 802.11nRead More →

I am still amazed at how powerful this little unit is. I got the Beelink Gemini X45 Premium Mini PC (6GB/128GB). Multi-boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.10 setup. This unit has worked flawlessly from the moment I connected it. Windows 10 (Home) is installed with the unit. There was never a prompt to enter an activation code (pre-activated). I updated to the latest version (1809) in November 2018 just fine. This Mini PC has a fan inside the unit, which I cannot normally hear. I don’t know if that’s because it’s off or running so slow. However, sometimes I can faintly hear this little fanRead More →

The cAP ac is a very capable and powerful wireless access point that looks beautiful on both walls and ceilings. The concurrent dual band wireless radio supports dual chain 2 GHz 802.11b/g/n and 5 GHz in a/n/ас standards, and will provide coverage in 360 degrees around it. Even though the radio supports repeater mode, the two Ethernet ports give you the ability to extend your network with cables, even if PoE power is required, since the cAP ac supports 802.3af/at PoE input on the first port, and passive PoE output on the second port. Device supports IPsec hardware acceleration too. – cAP ac (International) supportsRead More →

hEX S is a five port Gigabit Ethernet router for locations where wireless connectivity is not required. Compared to the hEX, the hEX S also features an SFP port and PoE output on the last port. It is affordable, small and easy to use, but at the same time comes with a very powerful dual core 880 MHz CPU and 256 MB RAM, capable of all the advanced configurations that RouterOS supports. The device has a USB 2.0, PoE output for Ethernet port #5 and a 1.25Gbit/s SFP cage. IPsec hardware encryption (~470 Mbps) and The Dude server package is supported, microSD slot on itRead More →

The perfect android TV box to watch YouTube, Netflix, and 4K videos. It is low priced, Google and Netflix certified, Voice Search remote, Google Cast and low power consumption. This is an excellent value device if you mostly watch Netflix, Youtube and Google Play Movies/TV. It’s well worth purchasing also if you are inclined to install KODI on it as a media player. Watching various TV shows and movies using the Android TV Netflix app is an excellent experience. Connecting my laptop to the TV via HDMI was my previous messy solution for watching movies and media content. In comparison the Mi Box is muchRead More →

Since Ubuntu code names are in incremental alphabetical order, we now have Cosmic Cuttlefish after Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver. Ubuntu 18.10 will be released on 18th October 2018. Ubuntu 18.10 release schedule will be different from previous releases. Unlike the previous releases, there will be no alpha or beta milestones. This will be replaced by ‘testing weeks’. 1. GNOME 3.30 Most of the visual and under the hood changes in GNOME 3.30 will be seen in Ubuntu 18.10 as well. 2. New default theme Ubuntu 18.04 was supposed to have a new look with the community developed Communitheme. This theme could not be completed inRead More →

On 5GHz WiFi there are more channels and less interference, both are important for fast wireless communications. The bandwidth can even be increased multifold by combining channels. 5GHz was introduced in 802.11a, but the radios were expensive and the band didn’t gain popularity. 802.11n was defined for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, which finally launched 5GHz use. The latest 802.11ac is only defined for 5GHz but all devices still support 802.11n and most also on 2.4GHz Channels The 5GHz band is divided into 5MHz channels like the 2.4GHz band. Fortunately only every fourth channel (36, 40, 44…) is used which provides for de facto 20MHzRead More →