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MeLE Quieter2Q In-Depth Review – Intel J4125, Windows 10 Pro, 8GB RAM & 128GB eMMC Fanless Mini PC

Hey guys, meet the highly affordable all-in-one fanless mini PC from MeLE. Quieter2Q is powered by Intel Celeron J4125 processor. Comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB eMMC storage. It is loaded with Windows 10 Pro edition. Support dual 4K display output. A mini PC that great for both office work and home entertainment? Alright, let’s have a closer look at it…

FileCloud Community Edition Review

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Want to own a private yet powerful Dropbox-like enterprise class file sharing system? Check out FileCloud Community Edition that I found. It is your own personal cloud with complete control. Perfect file sharing and sync solution for your home and business. Free unlimited external users and up to 5 full accounts. It can be hosted in Windows 10, Linux or on the cloud. Sound great? Let’s have a closer look now…

EDUP EP-AC1621 AC1900 WiFi Adapter Review

Introduction
Need a WiFi adapter that can cover whole of your house? Check out EDUP EP-AC1621 AC1900 WiFi Adapter that I got from GearBest. Yup, EDUP EP-AC1621 is a 802.11ac 1900 Mbps USB 3.0 wireless adapter with dual band support – 1300Mbps for 5GHz and 600Mbps for 2.4GHz. Furthermore, it is loaded with 4T4R MIMO technology and 4 powerful 6dBi antennas. Powered by Realtek RTL8814AU chipset that provide maximum transfer rate up to 1900Mbps. Interested? Continued reading to find out more…

Rii i25 Air Mouse Keyboard Combo Review

Introduction
I am a wireless keyboard. Also an air mouse. And IR remote too. Who am I? They called me Rii i25 (also known as Rii K25). Yup, i25 is the remote control that going replace your normal one for TV box. Besides Android, you can use it on Windows and Linux HTPC as well. Or any HID compatible smart TV. Interested? Read this review to know more then…

How to install & setup Android SDK Development Environment?

How to install and setup Android SDK Development Environment? That’s the question that I ask right now after being using Android phone for 2 years. My Android HTC HD2 and Samsung Galaxy S II do not require me to have Android SDK development environment on my PC. I can do all the thing that I want with other 3rd party tools. However, Kindle Fire does not. And it forces me to install and setup Android SDK development environment in order to do the required tasks. So here is the guide to install & setup Android SDK development environment on Microsoft Windows. By the way, you can also follow guide at Google (link) to install it other platforms like Mac OS X and Linux.

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