Friday, 18 September 2020

Cheap Sharp HE306 Li-ion Cell Phone battery, Brand New HE306 replacement battery for Sharp C1 M1 & Infocus M680 M535 phone

 2600mAh/9.88WH 3.8V/4.35V Sharp HE306 Batteries for Sharp C1 M1 & Infocus M680 M535 phone, Sharp HE306 Cell Phone battery is a brand new,100% Compatible original and replacement Laptop battery,Purchase wholesale and retail HE306 with high quality and low price!

HE306 Battery sharp Li-ion 3.8V/4.35V 2600mAh/9.88WH

HE306

Specifications

  • Brand:Sharp
  • Capacity :2600mAh/9.88WH
  • Voltage :3.8V/4.35V
  • Type :Li-ion
  • Battery Cell Quality: Grade A
  • Descriptive: Replacement Battery - 1 Year Warranty
  • Description: Brand New, 1 Year Warranty! 30-Days Money Back! Fast Shipping!

How we test this Sharp HE306 Battery Li-ion 3.8V/4.35V 2600mAh/9.88WH

Step 1: Make sure customer bought the correct battery.
Step 2: Check battery's appearance and interface.
Step 3: Test battery charger and recharger function.
Step 4: Charger the battery to 100% and recharger to 0% to get real battery capacity
Step 5: Use Ev2300 to check the voltage difference of each goroup cells.
Step 6: Charger battery power more than 30%.
Step 7: Package battery carefully and send out

Compatible Part Numbers:

HE306

Compatible Model Numbers:

Sharp C1 M1 & Infocus M680 M535 phone

How much do you know about how to run laptop well as any place? The follow Tips cut way back on protecting battery life.


1). Please recharge or change your Cell Phone battery when battery power low.
2). Using Li-Ion Replacement Sharp HE306 Cell Phone Battery for your notebook which can work longer time than Non Li-ion one.
3). It is better to defragmentation regularly for your Cell Phone battery life.
4). In order to reduce the laptop power consumpition, you can use some optical drive spin-down and hard drive in your Cell Phone .
5). Please keep your laptop in sleep or standby model without long time using, which both save the Replacement Sharp HE306 Cell Phone Battery power and extend battery using life.
6). Leave your battery in a dry and cool condition when without using.
7). When you rarely or generally plugged in fixed power using, Please take down your battery to avoid hurting battery life.

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Cheap Hp OM03XL Li-ion Laptop battery, Brand New OM03XL replacement battery for HP EliteBook 1030 G2

 57Wh 11.55V Hp OM03XL Batteries for HP EliteBook 1030 G2, Hp OM03XL Laptop battery is a brand new,100% Compatible original and replacement Laptop battery,Purchase wholesale and retail OM03XL with high quality and low price!

OM03XL Battery hp Li-ion 11.55V 57Wh

OM03XL

Specifications

  • Brand:HP
  • Capacity :57Wh
  • Voltage :11.55V
  • Type :Li-ion
  • Battery Cell Quality: Grade A
  • Descriptive: Replacement Battery - 1 Year Warranty
  • Description: Brand New, 1 Year Warranty! 30-Days Money Back! Fast Shipping!

How we test this Hp OM03XL Battery Li-ion 11.55V 57Wh

Step 1: Make sure customer bought the correct battery.
Step 2: Check battery's appearance and interface.
Step 3: Test battery charger and recharger function.
Step 4: Charger the battery to 100% and recharger to 0% to get real battery capacity
Step 5: Use Ev2300 to check the voltage difference of each goroup cells.
Step 6: Charger battery power more than 30%.
Step 7: Package battery carefully and send out

Compatible Part Numbers:

863167-1B1 863280-855 HSN-I04C HSTNN-IB70 HSTNN-IB7O OM03XL

Compatible Model Numbers:

HP EliteBook X360 1030 G2 Series
HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2 1GY29PA
HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2 1GY30PA
HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2 1GY31PA
HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2 1UX08PA
WARNING:
Ref to the picture, there are two types of distance of OM03XL battery screwing holes. And the battery interface is also different. Please check your original appearance correctly.

How much do you know about how to run laptop well as any place? The follow Tips cut way back on protecting battery life.


1). Please recharge or change your Laptop battery when battery power low.
2). Using Li-Ion Replacement Hp OM03XL Laptop Battery for your notebook which can work longer time than Non Li-ion one.
3). It is better to defragmentation regularly for your Laptop battery life.
4). In order to reduce the laptop power consumpition, you can use some optical drive spin-down and hard drive in your Laptop .
5). Please keep your laptop in sleep or standby model without long time using, which both save the Replacement Hp OM03XL Laptop Battery power and extend battery using life.
6). Leave your battery in a dry and cool condition when without using.
7). When you rarely or generally plugged in fixed power using, Please take down your battery to avoid hurting battery life.

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HP EliteBook 840 G7 First Impressions

The new HP EliteBook 840 could be the perfect business-class laptop for the pandemic, with better performance and efficiency. It can even withstand being sanitized with normal household wipes.

As some of you may know, I’ve long been a fan of HP’s EliteBook series, but I haven’t actually reviewed one since last year: That was the EliteBook x360 1040 G5, a convertible laptop that is among the very best I’ve ever reviewed, with a nearly-flawless typing experience that I still use as my baseline for other reviews.

Flash forward to 2020 and the new EliteBook 840 is a familiar and similar PC, from build quality and features perspectives. But it’s also slightly different in that it is a traditional laptop and not a convertible. And while those who are familiar with HP’s model number schemes may already realize this, the EliteBook 840 (like the 1040) sports a 14-inch display, which I prefer. But HP also sells a 13-inch version of this laptop, called the EliteBook 830, for those who prefer a bit more portability over screen size.

The other notable high-level point is that HP wisely outfits its business-class offerings with a smart combination of new and legacy ports, which I still prefer. In this case, it means that the EliteBook 840 arrives with one Thunderbolt 3/USB-C port, one USB-C port, two full-sized USB-A ports, one HDMI video-out port, and a nano-SIM card slot for cellular connectivity.

Compared to its predecessor, the 7th-generation EliteBook 840 shaves off both inches and ounces, with a 9 percent smaller footprint overall and 20 to 39 percent thinner display bezels, depending on which edge you’re looking at. It’s the first EliteBook 840 to weigh under 3 pounds—2.96 pounds to exact—and HP now anodizes the CNC aluminum body to provide twice the abrasion protection of any of its competition (according to HP).

That latter improvement also provides an interesting COVID-era benefit: The EliteBook 840 body and keyboard keys have been sanitizer hardened so that they can withstand 1,000 disinfection cycles with normal household wipes. This protection is also useful for normal fade and stain protection against such common enemies as alcohol, crayons, ink, and lipstick, too, HP says.

From a design perspective, the EliteBook 840 is, as noted, familiar, and I happen to really like the non-assuming, all-business looks of this product line. But there’s one minor change that makes a big difference: The front edges of the device—on the display lid and the keyboard deck—are now angled inward. This has two neat side-effects: It’s easier to open the lid, and the deck edge no longer feels sharp on your wrists; it’s much more comfortable. On the flip side, those edges are now sharper when the lid is closed: You may want to carry it from the other side.

The keyboard appears to be very similar to that of the EliteBook x360 1040, with the same smallish and quiet rubber-domed keys and island design.

But here, too, there’s a difference and it’s kind of an anachronistic one: In addition to the glass precision touchpad, which is also on the small side, the EliteBook 840 provides a nubbin mouse pointer, similar to that on ThinkPads, between the G, H, and B keys, and two hardware buttons. Interesting.

Speaking of the keyboard, it has my preferred layout, with the Home, PgUp, PgDn, and End keys in a column on the far right.

And instead of the HP Collaboration keys, which I never used, it features a single programmable key, which can be customized launch up to four different app or commands (when used with modifier keys like Ctrl), and a power button/key to the left of the Delete key where it belongs. Perfect.

It also supports Windows Hello-based authentication via facial recognition and a fingerprint reader, which I find to be the optimal configuration. And there are two top-firing stereo speakers plus 2 front-facing microphones and one rear-facing microphone. The HD webcam is wide-angle and comes with a privacy shutter.

The EliteBook 840 is powered by 10th-generation Intel Core U-series processors (i5 or i7), 8 or 16 GB of RAM, and 256 GB or more of NVMe Gen3 x4 SSD storage. There are two 1080p display panel options, one at 250 nits of brightness and one at 400 nits.

Prices start at $1350 for a model with a Core i5, 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of storage, and the 250 nit display. The review unit has a Core i7-10810U processor, 16 GB of RAM, and 512 GB of storage, plus the upgraded 1080p display and the cellular data, and costs $2200.

TicWatch Pro 3 listing confirms specs, dual-display, new health features for the Wear OS watch

Last month an early retail listing confirmed the presence of Mobvoi’s upcoming TicWatch Pro 3. Now, another retail listing for the TicWatch Pro 3 has confirmed nearly all of the specs and features of the upcoming Wear OS smartwatch. Here’s what we know.

A listing on Malaysian retail Shopee (since removed, pictured below) gives us perhaps our best look at the TicWatch Pro 3 with several images of the watch and its features. Of course, it mentions the new Snapdragon 4100 chipset, claiming an 85% boost in CPU performance and 150% boost in GPU performance. We can also clearly see that the dual-display layer that gives TicWatch Pro its better battery life will return on this model.

The listing has stripped many of the the specs that were mentioned regarding TicWatch Pro 3, but a tipster captured and sent us some of those details. With that, we can confirm this watch will have 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, a larger 595mAh battery that’s estimated to last up to 72 hours. The watch has also dropped some weight at just under 42g. NFC is also on-board.

Also included in this listing is a handful of new health features Mobvoi is adding to its “TicHealth” suite. That includes “TicOxygen,” an app which can track your SpO2/blood oxygen level, “TicZen” which uses HRV data to monitor your stress, and “TicHearing” which can monitor noise levels. TicPulse, TicSleep, TicExercise, and TicBreathe all return as well.

TicWatch Pro 3 is expected to launch next week on September 24th as a deleted tweet mentioned. Of course, stay tuned for the official details when they’re available.

Leaked 85-inch Surface Hub 2S product images confirm specifications of 2020-bound interactive whiteboard

WalkingCat has revealed that Microsoft plans to release a new version of the Surface Hub. Microsoft released 55-inch and 84-inch versions of the Surface Hub five years ago, but it opted to only bring a 50-inch edition of the Surface Hub 2S to market last year. However, it did announce an 85-inch model last April, which may be the version that we are looking at here.

According to the two images, the device has an 85.6-inch Pixelsense display that operates at 4K. The display also has a 16:9 aspect ratio and is coated anti-glare glass. It is only a 60 Hz panel though, unlike the 120 Hz ones that Microsoft offered with the original Surface Hub. Additionally, the screen has 32 mm thick bezels, which appear to be uniform.

The device itself measures 1130 x 1960 x 85 mm and weighs 85 kg. Moreover, Microsoft has included VESA 600 x 600 mounting screens, which can be seen below. The device also has USB Type-A and Type-C ports, along with Source, Volume and Power buttons. 

It is unclear if Microsoft will ever bring this version of the Surface Hub to market. The company postponed the Surface Hub 2X earlier this year, although Windows Central claimed that it would eventually ship with another variant of Windows Core OS, codenamed Santorini. Mary Jo Foley stated in February that Microsoft still planned to release the 85-inch version of the Surface Hub 2S in 2020, so there may still be hope for the project yet. As for a price, we expect Microsoft to launch the device for at least the cost of the 84-inch Surface Hub, which started at US$22,700. 

AMD Ryzen 9 5900X would have 12 cores and Yes ZEN3 would be Series 5000

Chatter on the web is getting bigger that ZEN3 based desktop processors, might see a name change, not Ryzen 4000 but Ryzen 5000. This rumor has been ongoing for days now, and there's more and more merit to that story.

A new tweet from Patrick Schur, software engineer, and a bit of a AMD Ryzen series news leaker, revealed that the Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 7 5800X processors will feature 12 and 8 cores respectively. He also suggests that the upcoming Zen3-based series will change its nomenclature to 5000. This information has been rumored for a few weeks since if AMD does not change its nomenclature, the names of Vermeer (desktop) would line up with Cezanne (mobile). Therefore, the 4000 series will remain exclusive to the Renoir (mobile) and Renoir AM4 (desktop) series.

On the other hand, what did attract awareness, was that Patrick revealed that the Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 7 5800X processors will get 12 and 8 cores respectively. This would keep the same number of cores as the current Ryzen 3000 series lineup. AMD announced that it will introduce the Zen 3-based processors on October 8 . In addition, the manufacturer has not yet confirmed the official name of the series.

Chrome OS 87 may move media playback controls to Quick Settings on Chromebooks

Last month, I pointed out that a new Global Media Controls feature was in the works for Chrome OS 86. I didn’t say it at the time, but my hope was that this would remove the annoying (at least to me) media playback controls in the Notifications stack on my Chromebook. It looks like I may get my wish with Chrome OS 87.

Work has begun with a target version of 87 on media controls right in the system tray, as spotted by Chrome Story. Code only started appearing earlier this week, so much of what’s planned could be changed, but here’s a video demo of the current progress:

You can see that already the Chromium developers have replicated the media control functionality currently available today on Chromebooks; the difference is that the new controls are in the System Tray.

I won’t lie: That’s where I think they belong. Having a persistent view of media playback every single time I view notifications drives me nuts, personally.

This still has me wondering about that media icon to the left of the system tray space seen in early versions of Chrome OS 86.

Will that be a shortcut to open the tray?

Nah, that doesn’t make sense. Clicking either that icon or the tray area would open the Quick Settings in that case, basically replicating the same user action.

My bet is still on that icon being a shortcut to Kaleidoscope, the still-in-progress feature that will aggregate movies and television shows from online sources for browser playback. We’ll have to wait and see.