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Samsung released a display ad amidst the Pixel 2 XL’s screen debacle

With the release of the Google Pixel 2 XL, many press outlets and fellow tech YouTubers, alike, have stressed their experiences with the LG-made display. Initial reception has not been good and users have reported muted colors, color-shifting, and even premature burn-in. Mind you, we are still in the same month that the device launched. Amongst everything going on with Google and the larger Pixel 2 model, Samsung released an ad a couple of days ago. A montage of various YouTubers and mobile influencers giving words of praise to Samsung's displays. Perhaps, to remind the tech community what...



Just in: Huawei P10 Plus hands-on

Huawei has a nice thing going when it comes to its current lineup. This year, the "P" series comes with zero performance handicaps compared to its Mate siblings and it rocks the same Kirin 960 chip as the Mates. What this effectively means is that we can view the P10 and P10 Plus, along with the Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro as a nice and full set of display options, ranging from 5.1, all the way to 5.9 inches. So, if the P10 just happens to be too small for your taste and you find the Mate 9 too unwieldy and its Pro sibling - a little too expensive - you should probably reach for the...



First live image of nubia Z18 reveals total lack of bezels

The Chinese company nubia declared a war on bezels far before most of its rivals. It started with the Z9 that was onboard all the way to the Z17 where the bezels use light refraction to make it appear that the display stretches to the very edge. A poster from earlier this week revealed the company is ready with a new iteration of its display technology, and thanks to a leaked photo of the nubia Z18, we know what the Full Screen 3.0 will look like on the next flagship. The side bezels seem curved, with the screen pushing against the metal frame. It practically has no bezels on both...



Eleaf iStick 200W TC Box Mod

Eleaf iStick 200W TC Box Mod

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€21.9



Le caratteristiche:

Powered by three 18650 cells, the iStick TC 200W delivers a huge amount of vapor at 200W maximum output. Powerful yet intelligent, the iStick TC 200W packs with upgradable firmware and TC ( Ti / Ni / SS / TCR ) / VW modes for your preference. In addition, the innovative streamlined shape with metallic finish makes the iStick TC 200W fashionable in appearance and comfortable for grip action.

Main Features:
Eleaf iStick 200W TC box mod
Material: Zinc alloy and stainless steel
Highlight: Multifunctional TC modes, firmware upgradable
Output mode: VW / TC ( Ni, Ti, SS, TCR-M1, M2, M3 ) mode
Temperature range: 100 - 315C / 200 - 600F ( TC modes )
Output wattage: 1 - 200W
Resistance range: 0.05 - 1.5ohm ( TC modes ), 0.1 - 3.5ohm ( VW mode )
Dual circuit protection and reverse polarity protection
Firmware upgrading: The firmware can be upgraded by connecting the device with a computer through the USB port via a micro USB cable.
Cell type: Three high-rate 18650 cells ( not included ), and the continuous discharge current should be above 25A
510 spring loaded threading connection
Magnetic battery cover




Apple Music reaches 40 million paying subscribers

Apple Music has reached 40 million paying subscribers and has gained a new Vice President - Oliver Schusser. Schusser has worked at Apple for 14 years now and has been involved in App Store, iTunes' movies and TV sections, iBooks and Podcasts among others and will now move from Europe to California to head Apple Music and International Content, reporting directly to Eddie Cue. Apple Music's 40 million milestone is very impressive but the earlier predictions that it could surpass Spotify in the US by the summer of 2018 were highly exaggerated. Spotify has some 70 million paying users...