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The 2nd [1080p] (2020)



The main differences are the new Video Doorbell has 1080p HD video (vs 720p HD), Customisable Motion Zones that let you create and adjust your own Motion Detection areas, and an updated mounting setup that simplifies installation and removal for battery charging. The new Video Doorbell also has improved audio quality and crisper night vision.




The 2nd [1080p] (2020)


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Fire HD 8 (2020, 10th gen) is the successor product to Fire HD 8 (2018, 8th gen) and includes a new design (with front camera in landscape vs portrait mode), a faster MT8168 SoC, 2x storage (from 16/32GB to 32/64GB), USB-C, brighter display, and enhanced wifi fidelity. It runs on Fire OS 7 (based on Android P) and comes in two versions: 2 GB RAM ("HD 8") and 3GB RAM ("HD 8 Plus"). The 3GB version lets you run more memory-intensive apps, and it's only available in US, UK, DE, and JP marketplaces.


The camera delivered sharp 1080p video with vibrant colors in our daytime tests, and black-and-white night video showed good contrast and sharp imagery out to around 20 feet. Two-way audio transmissions were clean and adequately loud, unlike the original model, which delivered garbled audio from time to time. I had no trouble viewing live video on an Amazon Echo Show device using Alexa voice commands, and my Alexa devices always informed my when the doorbell button was pressed.


The iPhone SE has a rear 12 MP camera with a single lens, similar to the single lens camera system of the iPhone 8, capable of recording 4K video (at 24, 25, 30, or 60 fps), 1080p HD video (at 30, 25 or 60 fps), or 720p HD video (at 30 fps). The camera has an aperture of ƒ/1.8, autofocus, optical image stabilization, and a quad-LED True Tone flash. The phone can also take panoramas up to 63 MP, and shoot photos in burst mode. The front camera is 7 MP with an aperture of f/2.2 and autofocus, capable of shooting 1080p HD video at 30 fps.[4][27] The camera interface adopts "QuickTake" from the 11 and 11 Pro, which allows the user to long-press the shutter button to take a video.[28][4] The burst function can now be accessed by swiping the shutter button to the left.[29]


The first-generation Chromecast, a video streaming device, was announced on July 24, 2013, and made available for purchase on the same day in the United States for US$35 (equivalent to $40.71 in 2021).[4] The second-generation Chromecast and an audio-only model called Chromecast Audio were released in September 2015. A model called Chromecast Ultra that supports 4K resolution and high dynamic range was released in November 2016. A third generation of the HD video Chromecast was released in October 2018. The latest models, called Chromecast with Google TV, were the first in the product line to feature an interactive user interface and remote control; a 4K model was released in September 2020, followed by a 1080p model in September 2022.


Chromecast Ultra is similar in design to the second-generation model, but features upgraded hardware that supports the streaming of 4K resolution content, as well as high-dynamic range (HDR) through the HDR10 and Dolby Vision formats. (The maximum resolution of the "Ambient" screensaver features is 1080p.)[29] Google stated that the Chromecast Ultra loads video 1.8 times faster than previous models.[30] Unlike previous models that could be powered through a USB port, the Chromecast Ultra requires the use of the included power supply for connecting to a wall outlet. The power supply also offers an Ethernet port for a wired connection to accommodate the fast network speeds needed to stream 4K content.[31] The Chromecast Ultra was one of the first devices to support Google's cloud gaming service Stadia; a Chromecast Ultra was included with a controller in the "Founder's Edition" and "Premiere Edition" bundles for Stadia.[32][33]


The third-generation Chromecast added 60 frames-per-second playback support at a resolution of 1080p, compared to the second-generation Chromecast's maximum of 720p at the same frame rate. Google said the third-generation Chromecast offered a 15 percent increase in speed over the second-generation model. The magnetic attachment between the dongle body and HDMI plug that was present on prior models was dropped for the third-generation device.[34]


Chromecast with Google TV is produced in two models: the original model unveiled in September 2020 supports up to 4K resolution video, supports Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HDR10+, as well as Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby Atmos audio.[37] In September 2022, Google released a cheaper model branded as "Chromecast with Google TV (HD)"; it has reduced hardware specifications, only supports up to 1080p resolution video, and does not support Dolby Atmos. It also includes a hardware AV1 decoder, and an updated operating system based on Android 12. Unlike the 4K model, it is only available in white.[41][42][43]


For those that want a slightly sharper display, Lenovo also offers a Tab M10 FHD Plus with a 1080p resolution display which bumps up the price to $149 as standard. This model was released early in 2020 and ships with Android 9 Pie, but is otherwise fundamentally the same as the standard Smart Tab M10 HD.


The Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus is essentially the Amazon Fire HD 8 (2020), but just made a little bit better, so it's no wonder it's one of the best cheap tablets. It has more RAM at 3GB, supports wireless charging (so you can use it with an optional dock that brings it close to an Echo Show), and comes with a speedier charger than the standard Fire HD 8.


The Acer Chromebook 315 (2020) is a budget 15.6-inch Chrome OS laptop. It's available with various Intel Celeron processors, integrated graphics, 4GB or 8GB of memory, and up to 128GB of eMMC storage. You can configure it with a 720p TN or a 1080p IPS display; the latter is available with or without support for touch input. None of the internal components are user-replaceable, and there are no biometrics for quick logins.


The Acer Chromebook 315 is decent for media consumption. The battery can last through many feature-length films, so you can binge-watch many movies in a row without needing to plug in. Its 1080p IPS display gets dim enough for comfortable nighttime viewing, but unfortunately, it looks washed out. Even though you can get it with a touchscreen, it can't flip all the way around to use in tablet mode. Also, the speakers sound sub-par and might overaccentuate speech and sharp sounds.


We tested the Acer Chromebook 315 (model CB315-3HT) with a 15.6-inch, 1080p IPS display, an Intel Celeron N4020 CPU, integrated Intel UHD Graphics 600, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage, in the Pure Silver color scheme. The screen, CPU, and storage are configurable. You can see the available configurations in the table below.


The Acer Chromebook 315 (2020) and the HP Chromebook 14 (2021) are both Chromebooks with power-efficient Intel Celeron CPUs. However, the Acer is better for productivity tasks and multimedia viewing because it has a larger, much more color-accurate 15 inch display that gives more room to multitask. It also has a better selection of ports and a far better webcam and microphone. On the other hand, the HP is a much more portable device, with a longer-lasting battery for web browsing and much better-sounding speakers.


The Samsung Chromebook 4 (2019) and the Acer Chromebook 315 (2020) are both Chromebooks that use power-efficient Intel Celeron CPUs. However, the Acer performs better overall, with a larger, crisper touchscreen display, a much better keyboard, and a better webcam and microphone. Also, it has a much better port selection, and its battery lasts far longer. On the other hand, the Samsung is much more portable, and although its speakers don't get as loud, they sound much better.


The Acer Chromebook 315 (2020) is a 15-inch Chromebook available with power-efficient Intel Celeron CPUs, while the Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 14 (2020) is a 2-in-1 Windows laptop that comes in a variety of performant Intel and AMD processors. The Lenovo is particularly better for gaming and business tasks, with variants that have significantly more powerful CPUs, the option of a dedicated GPU, and a far superior SSD. Also, the speakers sound better, the keyboard feels nicer, and it supports x86 applications like Photoshop. On the other hand, the Acer has a larger screen, its battery lasts longer overall, and it stays completely silent and doesn't get too warm.


The Acer Chromebook Spin 311 (2021) and the Acer Chromebook 315 (2020) are both Chrome OS laptops, but the Spin 311 has a 360-degree hinge and can be used in tablet mode, while the 315 is a traditional clamshell laptop. The Spin 311 is better for multimedia use, with better-sounding speakers and a much longer-lasting battery, and it's smaller and lighter. On the other hand, the 315 is better for business and school use, with a numpad, a larger touchpad with better tracking, and a larger, sharper screen that's better for multitasking. Also, it has a much better port selection, but it's much less portable than the Spin 311.


The Acer Aspire 5 15 (2020) is a Windows laptop that comes in a variety of well-performing Intel and AMD processors, whereas the Acer Chromebook 315 (2020) is a power-efficient Chrome OS laptop. The Aspire is better for gaming and workstation tasks, as it can install x86 applications like After Effects, it's available with various, significantly better-performing CPUs, and it can have a dedicated entry-level GPU. Also, it has better-sounding speakers and a better-quality touchpad. On the other hand, the Chromebook has a more flexible port selection, a far better battery, and it remains silent and doesn't get too hot.


The Lenovo 100e Chromebook 2nd Gen (2019) and the Acer Chromebook 315 (2020) are Chrome OS laptops with power-efficient CPUs. The Acer is much larger, and it's better for school and business productivity and multimedia viewing. The Acer's keyboard has a Numpad and feels better to type on, its touchpad tracks better, and its webcam and microphone are much better. Also, it has a better-looking screen, a more flexible port selection, and far better battery life. On the other hand, the Lenovo is much more lightweight and portable. 041b061a72


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