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Tech Addicts UK Podcast – 10th August 2016 – Linking the Nexus rumours

Podcast logoGareth Myles, Gavin Fabiani-Laymond and Jay Garrett

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What have you been playing with?

Gareth:

Jay:

Reviewed:

Currently messing with AOC Q2781PQ 1440p monitor and Musaic MP5 and MP10 streamers as well as the Acoustic Energy Aego Sound3ar.

Gavin:

     In the Gavin’s Gadgets Lab

  • Samsung Gear Fit 2
  • Samsung Gear IconX – totally wireless in ear headphones, with built in fitness tracker (heart rate, distance, calories, time duration, no wires between the in ears)
  • B & O H5 in ear wireless headphones
  • Pioneer SE MHR5 headphones
  • Sony Xperia X Performance
  • Choetech Type C Adapter

Reviewed

 

Discussion: HOW “LIKE NEW” IS A SECOND HAND PHONE?

Discussion: The Nexus rumours and facts

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Benq EW2775 Monitor Unboxing

vlcsnap-00024The BenQ EW2750ZLhas dual-stage bezels with a very thin panel border including a brushed effect.There is a mysterious button with metallic-looking blue logo towards the bottom right.

One of the more interesting approaches here is the panel uses 27” AU Optronics AMVA (Advanced Multi-Domain Vertical Alignment) technology, sporting a 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. This allows true 8-bit colour without dithering. The BenQ has a 178° horizontal and vertical viewing angle alongside a 3000:1 static contrast ratio.

This the monitor can cut out potentially harmful blue light without upsetting the overall colour temperature or balance of the image.

The mysterious button activates or deactivates the ‘Brightness Intelligence Technology’ (B.I. Tech.) combining ambient light sensing capabilities with a smart dynamic contrast algorithm. Allowing the monitor to adjust its own brightness according to the content being displayed on the screen whilst also taking into account ambient lighting conditions.