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00:51 – Price
01:04 – Display
01:42 – System specs
02:15 – External optical drive
02:55 – Webcam placement
03:48 – Ports and connectors
04:06 – HDMI port
04:23 – Demo: Using a game console in monitor mode
05:36 – No volume control in monitor mode
06:11 – Speakers and sound quality
06:25 – Stability of the stand
07:00 – Fan and fan noise
07:40 – Performance: Web browsing, YouTube / Netflix
08:22 – Browserbench speedometer test
08:28 – Microsoft Word and Office
08:40 – Gaming: Minecraft
09:28 – Gaming: Rocket League
10:55 – Kodi and high bit rate media playback
11:55 – Conclusion and final thoughts
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All in I think this is a nice device for casual users & students – especially given how thin and compact it is. Gamers will want to look elsewhere but there is the option to use it as a monitor too – so you could for example plug in a PS4 or Xbox into it.
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