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  1. Not necessarily, I just realized that this is a good company, I would be happy for recommendations, it is possible another company.
  2. I would love a recommendation for a mini PC (running Windows 10) to connect to a large TV in the living room (for direct viewing, etc.), no specific budget, I see it ranges from $ 200-350 $, but if there is a recommendation for a really good product that costs more, you can consider. 1. Should I choose a Minix model, or are there preferred companies? 2. If Minix, below has the current models, which model is recommended? 3. I would love to get a recommendation for a compact wireless keyboard with a built-in mouse that will be placed in the living room for operation. 4. Is there an advantage to purchasing in the US (without shipping cost to Israel), or are the prices similar in Israel? J50C-4 Max https://www.amazon.com/MINIX-Pentium-Windows-Dual-Band-Ethernet/dp/B082WBN2RF
  3. I understand, the One Plus Nord N10 5G is less recommended because its screen is not something, the ultra wide camera is not good, its fingerprint reader is slow and it will not get updates after Android 11. In addition, I realized that Realme is priced too high with its mid-processor. I also realized that the foucault is less suitable for children's hands. It seems that the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 is the most suitable, there is no need for a Pro (mostly improvement in the camera), or to pay a little more for the Samsung Galaxy A52.
  4. I understand, the One Plus Nord N10 5G is less recommended because its screen is not something, the ultra wide camera is not good, its fingerprint reader is slow and it will not get updates after Android 11. In addition, I realized that Realme is priced too high with its mid-processor. I also realized that the foucault is less suitable for children's hands. It seems that the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 is the most suitable, there is no need for a Pro (mostly improvement in the camera), or to pay a little more for the Samsung Galaxy A52.
  5. 😂😂😂 So which cellphone is recommended in the bottom line? Redmi Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy A52? And just out of curiosity, how do you make sure the device is suitable for Israel? I know how to test this with iPhone, but what about Android?
  6. Thank you very much, so which cellphone is recommended in the bottom line? Redmi Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy A52? And just in general, if you buy in the US, how do you check compatibility with Israel? I know how to do it with iPhone, albe how with Android?
  7. I would love to get a recommendation for an inexpensive smartphone for a 12-year-old who needs communication with her parents and the Internet while she goes to school / classes independently, etc. A year ago after reading testimonials we purchased Nokia 2.3 which runs Android One at a cost of $ 130 but is very slow and inconvenient to continue using. We do not have a specific budget, but we see that at a cost of about 500 NIS / $ 130, we received a bad product, despite the recommendations, so I guess we need to invest more, about 1,000 NIS and up. I would love to get a recommendation for a suitable cellphone, it is of course better as cheap as possible, but not as slow as the previous device. 1. We have the option to purchase in the US but according to the prices I have seen and appear below, the differences are usually very small, and
  8. I would be happy to recommend an inexpensive smartphone for a 12-year-old who needs communication with her parents and the Internet while she goes to school / classes independently, etc. A year ago after reading testimonials we purchased Nokia 2.3 which runs Android One at a cost of $ 130, but is very slow and inconvenient to continue using. We do not have a specific budget, but we see that at a cost of about 500 NIS / $ 130, we received a bad product, despite the recommendations, so I guess we need to invest more, about 1,000 NIS and up. I would love to get a recommendation for a suitable cellphone, it is of course better as cheap as possible, but not as slow as the previous device. 1. We have the option to purchase in the US but according to the prices I have seen and appear below, the differences are usually very small, and it seems
  9. I live in the US and ship a container with equipment to Israel, I have a stationary computer (based on i5 and 16 GB of memory) that I wonder if there is a reason why not send it in a container to Israel (and avoid buying a new computer in Israel). The cost of shipping to Israel is negligible, because That the volume is void at sixty compared to the volume shipped anyway 1. The power supply of the computer is 100v-240v, should I check something else in order to fit Israel? 2. Should I disassemble the hard disk (2TB, not SSD) and wrap it separately, or is it actually Is it more protected that it is inside the wrapped computer? 3. Should the memory sticks be disassembled or sent when they are inside the computer? 4. I also have an AOC E2770S screen that costs around $ 300
  10. The laptop update still unloads quickly when it is turned off. Compared to the second (identical) laptop, when the battery of the problematic laptop is completely discharged when the laptop is off, at the exact same time, the battery in the second identical laptop, drops to only 80%. Solution Solution No problem, HP asked me to send the laptop back to the lab, after twice, I refused, explained that I had invested too much time in the issue and it seems they can not fix the problem, and since the laptop is still under warranty, I asked that they just replace the laptop with a new one. They said they could not, since the laptop was purchased from Walmart and not directly through HP, I asked to speak with a manager and not a service representative. came back
  11. In principal. As they knew to say here that replacing a battery is the first step, and if that does not help then replace the motherboard.
  12. Indeed greater troubles, I follow closely. Even in the name of curiosity, technically, what could be the cause of the problem?
  13. The laptop update came back from a second repair (under warranty) from an HP lab in the US (I currently live in the US), battery replaced + motherboard replaced + operating system reinstalled. I charged both laptops up to 100%, performed a full shutdown, waited a week and turned both on. The first laptop (not the one repaired) dropped from 100% to 91%. The second laptop (the one that came back from repair) spit from 100% to 63%. There is no change from the situation before the second repair, which also included replacing the motherboard. 1. If I send to HP again, is there another relevant part that makes sense to replace? 2. Is this discharge rate excessive? Maybe my comparison is problematic, because maybe the second laptop displays data
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