Mystery TECH – Unboxing Time 36
– What's up, guys? Saf here on SuperSaf TV, and welcome to another episode of Unboxing Time, mystery unboxings of cool tech and whatever else has been sent to me. It's been quite some time since we had one of these before. It's been Tech-tember, Tech-tober,
And it's now Tech-vember, so things have been pretty crazy, but we will be consistent from now on. There's gonna be one episode of these every month. As always, if you wanna pick up any of the items featured in this video,
They'll be linked down in the description. If you wanna send something yourselves for a future video, then that address will also be in the description below. Let's get straight to it. Right, the first product we have here is from HP, and a big thanks to HP for sponsoring this video.
You guys can probably already tell what might be in here from the logo on top. Let's open this up. (mellow hip-hop music) (contents rustling) (Saf chuckles) We've got the OMEN X branding,
So this is, of course, the OMEN X 2S, the world's first dual-screen gaming laptop. So, so sick. All right, let's open this up. Oh yeah, comes in this nice, soft cloth to protect it, and as well as that, inside the box,
You do have the charger, some paperwork, as well as this keyboard rest. Right, now let's get to the laptop. Here it is. Now, first thing you'll notice right away that, for a gaming laptop, this is super light and super thin.
It's around 20 millimeters thick and around 2.46 kg, which is very compact for a gaming laptop. Passes the one-handed opening test, and you'll see right away that we have a very unique design. This doesn't look like anything else here on the market, and we have a 15.6-inch full HD IPS display
With a 240 hertz refresh rate, which is gonna be amazing for gaming, but the thing that makes this unique from all of the other gaming laptops out there is that you've got two screens. So there's another screen here above the keyboard.
This is six inches, it's 1080p, and it's also a touchscreen. So why would you want two displays on a gaming laptop? Well, there's lots of uses. If you're gaming and you wanna be streaming on Twitch or Mixer,
Then you can do that on the second screen. Maybe you wanna watch a video while you're gaming. Well, you can do that here and not only for gaming. I mean, if you want to watch a video while you're writing a document, you can do that here. You can have your Spotify controls on the bottom screen.
The possibilities are endless, and you've got so many uses for multitasking on here. Now, this is a gaming laptop after all, so it is packing an absolute punch. We've got the Intel Core i9-9880H processor, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q,
32 gigabytes of DDR4 SDRAM, one terabyte PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD, and this is the first laptop of its kind with a liquid metal compound cool CPU. Now, you can see that we've got a backlit RGB keyboard with the touch pad on the right-hand side,
And you've also got fast charging on this, so within 30 minutes, you're gonna be able to get around a 50% charge. If you wanna find out more about the OMEN X 2S by HP or you wanna pick one of these up, then there's gonna be a link in the description below,
And next up, we have the Powerbeats Pro. (box clattering) Now, I've actually (plastic crinkling) been wanting to check these out for some time, and I've had these in a box for a long time as well but just not had a chance to get around to them.
Really interested to see how they sound and what they're like, especially now that I've got the new AirPods Pro. All right, now right away, I do really like that we've got the black color here, something that you don't have on the AirPods.
So you've got a few different colors that you can choose from here on the Powerbeats Pro. The case is quite big, though. It's very big. It's definitely nowhere as compact as what you've got on the AirPods Pro.
Just quickly bringing in the AirPods Pro for a comparison. You can see that the case is considerably bigger, and it also doesn't support wireless charging, which is a little bit of a downside. Now inside the box, as well as the Powerbeats Pros, you do get some paperwork.
There's a USB Type-A-to-Lightning cable. USB-C would've been nice, and then, you also have some spare ear tips so you can find your best fit. Anyway, let's open these up. All right.
Nice, now, they do have the H1 chip, so this should mean that we're gonna have very easy connection to the iPhone, and straightaway, just as soon as I've open them, we've got the Powerbeats Pro, and I can connect. Shows how much battery life we've got remaining
On the Powerbeats Pro as well as the case itself. Let's try these on, and we'll listen to some music. Now right away, the biggest advantage that you've got with the Powerbeats Pro is that you've got the hook that goes around your ears, and because of that, these are not gonna fall out at all,
Even if you're doing some heavy sporting activities. They're also sweat and water-resistant, and even though they're bigger, you do get up to nine hours of listening, so that's almost double of what you've got on the AirPods Pros.
Let's go ahead and listen to some music. Yeah, so they sound pretty decent to me. Of course, we don't have the active noise cancellation that we've got the AirPods Pros. One thing that I do like about these is that you've got physical buttons,
So you can skip tracks and things, but you've also got volume controls on both sides. This is something that you don't have on the AirPods Pros. I quite like them. If you are somebody that's quite active, and, you know, you are gonna be moving around a lot,
Maybe playing lots of sports, then these are probably going to be a bit of a better option compared to the AirPods Pros. Next, we have a box from Spigen. (box clatters) You guys already know what this is gonna be.
We have a bunch of cases for the new iPhone 11. It's got a nice variety here. I'm particularly a fan of the Liquid Air. It's very inexpensive. Gives you some great protection without adding too much bulk.
You also have some of the clear ones, so if you do wanna show off your shiny new iPhone, then going for a clear one's usually a good idea. If you're somebody who wants more protection, then we've got the Tough Armors. These also have a bit of a kickstand,
So you can see those there. They're a bit too bulky in my opinion. We've got the Rugged Armor. Once again, a good balance between protection and size, and there's so many different options. You really can't go wrong with a Spigen case.
They're not a sponsor, but they make really good cases. I'll definitely link to some of my favorite cases in the description below. Next up, ha ha, all right. (box clattering) The G8X, I'm not gonna say that.
Like, I don't know why they keep including this. It just makes the name so much more complicated, so I'm gonna bleep this word out, and this is the dual-screen phone from LG, kind of their take on foldables, although it's not technically a foldable.
Let's check it out. So you actually get two boxes. The main box is the LG G8X, which has the device. It has some paperwork, a fast charger, USB Type-A-to-USB Type-C cable, SIM card tool as well as a cloth, which is always nice,
And then, we've got the LG dual-screen element. So this is kinda like a case with a screen. Let's assemble all of this together, so get rid of the plastic (plastic crinkling) and also on here. (plastic crinkling)
So it's a case of just sliding this into the case. It's a case of sliding into the case. Did you think, I didn't think so, man. Right, so the main display is a 6.4-inch OLED display with a full HD+ resolution, and the secondary display is also the same.
Now, we have the front-facing camera here in a notch. Now, what's interesting is that they've also replicated the notch on the secondary display. Now, I'm assuming this is to lower production costs and also to give it a bit more
Of a symmetrical look, I assume. Now, in terms of the other specifications, you do have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset inside here with six gigabytes of RAM, 128 gigabytes of storage with a microSD card slot so you can expand the storage on here.
There's dual cameras, a 12-megapixel primary camera with optical image stabilization and a 13-megapixel ultrawide camera. Remember, LG were one of the first to do this. Now, it's become mainstream, but I've always said I absolutely love ultrawide cameras.
Now, we do have a 3.5mm jack here with a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC, and we also have stereo speakers. So one is in the earpiece, and one is bottom-firing, and we do have IP68 water and dust resistance, and there is a 4000 mAh battery.
Now, there is only a battery within the device, so when you do connect it on to the second display, the second display is drawing power from the main device, so will be interesting to see how much that has an impact on the battery life. In terms of my impressions,
It's an interesting concept, especially considering the price point. I believe this is coming in around 700 to $800, which is much cheaper compared to something like the Galaxy Fold, which is almost $2,000.
You also have the option of popping out this phone and using it independently without the secondary display if you don't want to, but you do have this massive bezel in the middle, so it's not gonna kinda give you a seamless experience of using a tablet when you have this opened up.
However, I can see certain uses, so say, for example, if you did wanna use it like a bit of a dual screen, maybe you have a video playing in one of the screens. Maybe have a web browser on another, or if you're gaming
And you wanna have your controls on one screen or whereas you want your gameplay on another screen, I can see some uses for it, and I do think it's an interesting product. How well is it gonna do? I'm not sure; let me know what you guys think of it.
This next package is kind of, is that Tim Cook? That's a picture of Tim Cook, although I don't think this is from Apple. Hmm. Tim Cookware.
Is this legal? Are they allowed to do this? I don't know. "We all know Tim Cook has a friendly and welcoming face "behind each new Apple product "for the best part of the decade,
"and now, his influence can be felt "in kitchens all over the world. "Hold on to your oven gloves "because the CEO of Apple "is going to be helping you get a piece "of your own homemade apple."
I'm really not sure if what the legalities are as I'm pretty sure Tim Cook (plastic crinkling) wouldn't actually be involved with this, but anyway, we have some stickers. (plastic crinkling) We have a hat. There's a cookbook with a, (knuckles tapping)
A wooden cover. (plastic crinkling) (book clattering) There's a cheese grater, which I kinda get the reference to because of the new Macs. We've got a chopping board.
We've got a rolling pin, (spoon clatters) which I'm not gonna show my mom because she will beat me with this. If you're brown, then you'll know. Wooden spoon, (spoon clatters) spatula, is that what we call it?
I'm not sure. (spatula clatters) All of these have Tim Cook's face on there with a baker's hat. Yeah, again, I'm not sure. I'm not sure if you can actually do this 'cause I'm not sure Tim Cook would sign this off, but hey.
All right, let's see what's in here. (package rustling) Oh, okay. This is, of course, (objects clattering) the new Moto 360. This is the third generation,
And it's not in its traditional box because this is a very pre-pre-release unit. Now, what's actually interesting is that I believe Motorola have now sold the license of the Moto 360 to another company, and they're the ones who're releasing this product.
I was a big fan of the original Moto 360s. They were the first, I believe, the first Android smartwatches with a circular display. Looks very, very slick. We've got a stainless steel build. It's a 1.2-inch OLED display,
And we no longer have the bottom flat tire. This is something that I wasn't a huge fan of, so we don't have that anymore. This is an always-on display. It's powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset. It's got one gigabyte of RAM
With eight gigabytes of storage, a 355 mAh battery, and it does support fast charging, so you can go from zero to 100% in just 60 minutes, which is really, really cool. It's running Android Wear OS, which has its advantages and disadvantages,
And for pricing, it is gonna be coming in at around 275 pounds or $350 from December time. So this is very, very early pre-release. I'll check this out. I'll let you know how I get on, but so, if you're somebody who wants an Android smartwatch,
Then this might just be a new good option. (packaging rustling) Moving on, what is this? This is the iXpand Wireless Charger from SanDisk, and not only is it a wireless charger. It's also a one-step charging and photo backup. This is interesting because it comes with
256 gigabytes of on-board storage, and I think I know how this works. Let's get it unboxed, and we'll check it out. All right, so (charging pad thuds) a nice, large charging pad. It has the power adapter as well as some paperwork.
It's a 10-watt fast charger, and it does come along with an app which you can use on either Android or iOS, and then, what it's essentially gonna do is when you place your phone on here, as well as charging it, it's gonna be backing up all your files,
And I know most people have their files in the cloud. I do, anyway, but if you're somebody who doesn't maybe want your files in the cloud or you want them fully backed up at full resolution and you've got lots of videos and things like that,
Then this should be quite useful. I'm not sure of the speed of transfer and things like that. This is something that I'm gonna have to test out but quite an interesting little product. Next one, this is from Amazon. (box clattering)
This is called the G6 from GameSir. It's a mobile gaming touchscreen controller. Here's everything that you get inside the box. You get some paperwork. There's a USB Type-A-to-Micro-USB cable to charge it, and this is for iOS,
So it's gonna work with an iPhone. You can mount your iPhone in here, which we'll do right now. Just about fits my iPhone 11 Pro Max, and it's gonna connect over Bluetooth 5.0. You've got a joystick on here as well as 10 customizable buttons,
So if you're somebody who's into PUBG, for example, this is probably gonna give you an unfair advantage to be honest because you're gonna have much more control on this. Quite an interesting product. I'm sure if you're somebody
Who's into gaming on your iPhone, then this might be something for you. Final package of the episode. (packaging crinkling) What do we have? (box thuds) All right, we've got the HUAWEI FreeBuds 3. Now, these also have active noise cancellation.
Well, they look a lot like the previous generation AirPods, so I'm not sure how well they're gonna fit me. They also come with some paperwork as well as a USB Type-A-to-USB Type-C cable. They charge them up, and they do support fast charging, so you could charge this from around zero to 100%
In around 60 minutes. Glossy black casing with the HUAWEI logo. I believe they're also available in a white. Now, if you've got a HUAWEI phone, then you are gonna be able to get instant pairing, so let's bring out my Mate 30 Pro.
So here it is. Let's pop these open and see what happens. Did I do, did I do something wrong? Nothing's coming up. – A few moments later.
(screen beeps) – Right, my bad, my bad. (chuckles) These actually didn't have any charge on them, so I had to charge them up for a little bit, so let's test them out now. Open up the case. Next on my Mate 30 Pro, boom!
There we go, FreeBuds 3 connect, and then, it's gonna show a very similar setup process to what we have with the AirPods. We've got all of the settings here, and let's go ahead and try these on. They also look quite similar to the original AirPods,
Which I'm assuming is gonna mean they're not gonna sit well in my ears. So they're inside right now. Yeah, dropped out, so for me, anyway, and for those of you who have ears is shaped like mine,
These don't really have like a hook or a silicon ear tip that's gonna actually sit in your ears a little bit better, and I'm assuming these are gonna fall out a lot, for myself, anyway. Let's go ahead and test some music.
Okay, they sound pretty good, and they also have the smart wear detection, so when you do take these off, then it's gonna detect that they're off, and your music is gonna stop playing. Now, they do have active noise cancellation,
So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna play some music on these while I have one of my videos playing on the side at full blast and see how much of an effect that has. Over to watch the latest sports, maybe a TV show.
Okay. – Maybe he's gonna give us, maybe the maximum– – Let's pause that. So the active noise cancellation, I did notice it. I noticed that the outside noise was reduced, but there was still lots of noise leaking in,
And I'm assuming that's because they don't really have a tight seal in your ears like lots of other in-ear earphones have, and I think that seal definitely does make a difference. So yes, it does work, but I wouldn't say it's as good as what I've tested
On lots of other earphones which do have a better seal. But anyway, if you're somebody that does have a HUAWEI device and you're interested in getting these, just bear in mind about the fit that I was talking about, then these are retailing for around 170 pounds.
So I'll be leaving a link to them in the description below, and that's it for this episode of Unboxing Time. Some pretty cool products. What do you guys think? Is there something that you want me to cover in more detail? Definitely let me know in the comments below.
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