We find out if you can just plug your Eevee into a three pin wall, socket tablets with 4G connectivity below 1000 Ringgit and a couple of Rapid Fire questions about the honor pad 8. Sophie cue, the intro Music wait before we continue with the video. I have an important announcement to make surgeon Joe, is hiring. We are looking for driven like minded individuals to join our growing team, but wait you might be wondering. Why would I want to work here? Well, let me show you you get to work here with some of the most incredible creatives. You get access to incredible Studios like this and all of this cool equipment. You also get free parking. So, are you interested hit the link below to see what positions we have available? We begin todays episode with a question about electric vehicles. I always thought can just plug into any wall. Powerpoint. There are different power levels and electric vehicle or EV can charge at the lowest of which is known as a level 1 charger or more commonly known as a three pin home charger. Since this is a basic charger, more often than not, it will be included with your EV purchase. Some manufacturers, like Tesla, have stopped, including a level 1 charger and made it optional. Now, Tesla CEO Elon Musk Justified this decision on Twitter by quoting low usage statistics by customers. Well, this is not surprising seeing how a level 1 charger is the slowest kind in Malaysia, the maximum power output of a home wall socket on a 20 amp circuit is 4.

6 kilowatts. However, a level 1 charger will draw less power than that four contacts. The level 1 charger supplied with the Hyundai ionic 5 outputs, 2.3 kilowatt and an 8 Hour charge increases the battery percentage by just 20 percent, which roughly translates to 100 kilometers of range fully charging the 72.6 kilowatt hour battery in a Hyundai ioniq 5 Max will take Approximately 32 hours, so yes, you can plug an EV into any 3 pin wall socket, but it will just take too long. Therefore, its recommended that you install a higher powered level 2 AC charger at home or find a public level 2 AC or level 3 DC charger. Moving on to the next question, hi bro need recommendations on tablets above 10 inch and Below 1000 Ringgit LTE is preferred thanks in advance. Zamira just put out an article on the best tablets for under 1000 Ringgit, and there were two devices that offered LTE support on the list. First up is the Nokia T20, which launched in Malaysia in late 2021 and is currently priced at 889 Ringgit on choppy until 11 11.. This tablet has a large 10.4 inch LCD that pushes a resolution of 2000 by 1200 pixels and runs on a 12 nanometer unisoc t610 processor. It has 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of internal storage with a large 8200 milliamp hour battery, which claims to last up to 10 hours of movie watching or up to 15 hours of web surfing.

Next up is the Lenovo tab. M10 third generation, which is cheaper at 849 Ringgit on choppy the M10, has a 10.1 inch LCD and runs on the same unisoc t610 chip like the one in the Nokia T20. It has 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of storage rich, just like the Nokia T20 as well, but a smaller 5000 milliamp hour battery now, a device that did not make it onto her list because it just launched in Malaysia is the honor pad X8. You can snag one for 899 Ringgit when it goes on sale, starting from the 11th of November honor. Malaysia is bundling a free honor pad X8 flip cover worth up to 99 Ringgit. What you get is a tablet with a 10.1 inch LCD that pushes a full HD Plus resolution of 1920 by 1200 pixels and runs on a mediatek mt8786 processor. It has 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of storage and is powered by a 5100 milliamp hour battery, which is still smaller compared to the Nokia T20. Finally, if you dont use or need Google services, which means you are fine with not having the Google Play, store, then heres another option for your consideration, which is the Huawei mate pad SE 10.4. It comes in two flavors Wi Fi only and Wi Fi with LTE. However, the Wi Fi with LTE variant will only go on sale sometime in December and will be priced at 999 Ringgit.

The device spots a 10.4 inch LCD with a resolution of 2000 by 1200 pixels and is powered by a more familiar Qualcomm, Snapdragon 680 mated to 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of storage battery size comes in at 5100 milliamp hours and it runs on Harmony. Os3 out of the box, therefore, you are limited to the apps that are available on the Huawei app gallery and you wont find any Google Apps there, like Google Maps, Gmail drive and meet since running on 4G, consumes more battery power compared to Wi Fi its best To go with the Nokia T20 and its bigger battery, if you need a longer screen time sticking with tablets, heres the last question for this episode, I got few questions on this honor pad 8. one. Does it come with a desktop or PC mode? 2.? The multi screen collaborative mode can it support, run honor phone 3.. Does it come with USBC to HDMI? Ok lets go through this one at a time, starting with a desktop mode. This would be like Samsung, Dex or desktop mode on select Huawei devices powered by the Kirin 980 chip, which changes the UI to look more like a PC. As for the honor pad 8, it doesnt come with any desktop mode. Next is if honors multi screen collaborative mode works with non honor phones. Well, I did test it out with the Huawei mate 40 Pro and mate 50 Pro in the office and both devices support honors, multi screen collaboration mode.

It makes sense, since both honor and Huawei share the same software foundations. Besides supported Huawei phones, the multi screen collaboration mode will work with supported honor smartphones, like the honor 70. final question is whether its USBC Port supports external displays. The answer for that is a solid. No on the honor pad 8, the USB C Port only supports charging and data transfer and does not have the pins to support video output. For any one of you who dont know what the honor pad 8 is. You can check out Jonathan spec, Rundown, video and najibs review of the tablet with the links in the description. Well. That concludes our episode for today, remember to like our video. If you liked it and subscribe to our YouTube channel, if you havent already, you can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tick Tock to get the latest news on almost everything.