Any idea on a cheap android tablet, that has some software upgrade path?
Looking for a cheap Home Assistant control pad, but would like the ability to upgrade to future android versions (something open source).
right now, I thinking about U7K
and Sony X90L
Yes, I know at on paper Hisense is...
First little backstory... right now in the house we have 4 TVs.. 3 TCL and 1 Hisense..
Living room - TCL 65R625 - 4ish year old - 65incher - ~1000nits - Roku
Bedroom - Hisense 50H8F - 4ish year old - 50 incher - ~700nits - Android (not google TV)
Basement - TCL 43S515 - 5ish year old -...
from what I gathered the razer one is a clone... just not sure of what.
Razer, Kensigton, OWC and Sonnet (professional design stuff) have the same thunderbolt hub, not sure which one of the original and which ones are the clones.
Razer - $320
Kensigton - $360
OWC - $230
Sonnet - $210
most USB hubs need to be powered, and the ones that require no external power are good for very basic devices...
a normal powered USB hub is fine for desktop, what you want to avoid is docks or usb hubs that have PD passthrough to charge your laptop from the host cable
Help me find "ultimate USB Hub" for desktop
I can find these thunderbolt docks, but those usually are designed for laptops, looking for something similar but for a desktop
I'm looking for the best USB HUB.
Few specs that I would like
I have/seen or used few devices with Thunderbolt 3 or 4.
Out of about 10+ devices only one of them had the thunderbolt controller recognized as USB4.
I seen devices with one Thunderbolt 3 and one Thunderbolt 4 that get recognized as USB4, thunderbolt is missing from device manager, this device...
I'm looking for a safe secure way to access family photos from a local server remotely on android devices.
I have about 10TB of family photos (raw images) and a lot of family videos that I want to be able to access on our Android devices, anyone ideas?