PWM = Pulse Width Modulation
It is a method to control voltage level. Here, specifically, Lukasz is referring to how the backlight brightness in LCD screens is controlled.
One level method is vary the voltage statically using a voltage controller. So, if you ask for 50% brightness on a screen fed with 5V power, the line would deliver 2.5V.
First recommendations that came to mind, as reviwed by Chris, are:
Chuwi Hi12: http://techtablets.com/chuwi-hi12/
Performances might be lighter (atom x5)
Can expand storage through microSD and USB Flash
Other possibilities (but without all requirements)
Cube i9 http://techtablets.com/cube-i9/
Better performances (Core M), but only windows…[Read more]
Don’t raffle them, sell them off.
At least people would know exactly what they would buy and if you stay close enough from the price, you’ll offset most of the costs.
Just add a “Buy this review item” button at the bottom of your reviews.
I’m sure people would happily take those tablets off your hands.
I read your post multiple times and I’m not sure what you are asking.
It seems you want to increase storage space on your tablet and decided to get an external USB hard drive.
Honestly, depending on your tablet and usage, this may not be the best solution.
Lots of tablets include a MicroSD card slot. This should be the first solution to increase…[Read more]
Define “ipad alternative”.
IPads, windows tablets and android tablets all have different “feel”, apps and usage.
Generally, tablets can be compared in the same screen sizes, then processing power, then build quality.
Multiple chinese tablets exist with the same 4:3, 9.7″ screen as the ipads, this may be a good starting point.
Windows and android…[Read more]
I was checking for windows tablets and saw here all the good things about core M tablets, but some people complained about quality control (Chuwi, mostly, lately).
I wanted to see how much other tablets were and I found this little…[Read more]