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Ugreen 7-in-1 USB-C Hub Review

One hub to rule them all! Yes, Ugreen 7-in-1 USB-C Hub is the one. It’s loaded with 4K HDMI output, 1Gbps Ethernet port, 2 USB 3.0 ports, TF/Micro SD and SD memory card slot and 100W pass-through USB-C charging port. Build quality is excellent with metal + plastics as housing. Stylish in design too. Perfect for laptop, smartphone and even tablet. Watch this review to know more…

CHOETECH USB-C to HDMI Cable (4K @ 60Hz) Review

Introduction
Want to output video display to bigger TV? CHOETECH USB-C to HDMI Cable with 60W Power Delivery Port 4K @ 60Hz can do the trick for you. It supports devices with Type-C port (Thunderbolt 3 compatible) such as 2017/2016 MacBook Pro, iMac 2017, 2016/2015 MacBook, ChromeBook Pixel, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, S8, S8 Plus, S9, S9 Plus,, Huawei Mate 10, Mate 10 pro and so on. Enjoy unlimited power source with PD charging port which delivers up to 20V/3A (60W). Interested? Read this review to know more…

HAVIT HV-X90 HDMI 2.0 Cable Review

Introduction
Most of the HDMI cable that bundled along with TV box is not long enough. What should you do? Get a longer one of course. And which one to buy is the question. First of all, you need to get a HDMI 2.0 cable for UHD 4K 2160p 60Hz contents. Longer one like 2m should work. And you might want to have 24K gold plated connectors, solid aluminium connector housing, 100% pure copper wiring and braided cord one. Yup, that’s HAVIT HV-X90 that I have now. Let’s find out more about it…

How to enable Onda V820w hidden HDMI features?

I love Onda V820w HDMI output as I can use it as set-top box or game console. You can setup HDMI output on Windows 10 just like other normal monitor. And plug and play on Android. There is an advanced HDMI features on Android actually but hidden away. You get to select HDMI resolutions, scaling and overscan compensation once enabled. Note – root access is required though. By the way, is your Onda V820w HDMI working? If no, do refer to this guide to fix it – How to fix Onda Tablet HDMI port not working? No need to send back for warranty claim.

How to fix Onda Tablet HDMI port not working?

Help! My Onda Tablet micro HDMI output port is not working. Yes, my Onda V820w is having this issue. Not sure other Onda Tablet like V919, V989, V891, V116w, oBook 10 and 11 are facing this kind of problem or not. Anyway, here is a solution for this problem. And it is working perfect on my Onda V820w Dual OS Tablet. And it should work for yours too. Basically, Onda tablets have deeper micro (not sure about mini version) HDMI port which requires same length as male micro USB head. Therefore, generic micro HDMI cable will not work as the male HDMI head is not long enough to get proper connection. Luckily, the fix is very simple. Get yourself a new HDMI cable that match your Onda tablet. Or modify yourself by following below guide…

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