How To Watch The World Cup 2022 Wherever You Go

MediaTek powers a host of portable and desktop devices that are ideal for enjoying the World Cup at home or on the move. Here we check out the Acer Chromebook Spin 513, using the MediaTek 1380, which can stream live video over WiFi as well as cellular networks. So even when you’re away, you can still enjoy those big matches.

The Chromebook Spin’s 360-degree flip design means you can prop it up in ‘tent mode’ to enjoy some footy on any flat surface. That Full HD display is crisp and poppy, while the stereo speaker setup is great for adding a bit of atmosphere.

The MediaTek 1380 also offers SIM support, so you can slip in a SIM card and get connected while travelling. That means you won’t miss a single match, as long as you don’t venture too far into the wilderness.

If you’re at home, you can always hook the Acer Chromebook Spin 513 up to the Amazon Echo Studio for even beefier audio. This massive smart speaker is again powered by MediaTek, so not only do you get crisp, clear audio, but the Echo Studio can even adjust the sound to suit your acoustics.

How to Watch the World Cup Chapters:
0:00 – Waffly bit
0:34 – Design & ports
1:23 – Display & audio
2:34 – Amazon Echo Studio
2:57 – Camera & mics
3:11 – Performance & battery
3:50 – Byyyeeeee


This Post Has 25 Comments

  1. palpatine1975

    You don't need a chrome book / laptop to watch football.. a budget tablet will suffice.

  2. Ian Gray

    hey mate, I just stumbled across a small YouTube channel under the name of TECH TREND who is using your content (your Oppo Reno 8 5G unboxing – only difference is that the dirty skuzbucket runs it at 1.5 speed).

  3. Valy

    I just use my Samsung S8 tablet

  4. Keith Miller

    I didn’t head you mention a price. Does this mean they are being given away for free ?😅

  5. KD

    I think Sunderland will win the World Cup!

  6. antwerpen

    I sure love to watch competitions that run on slave labor, wherever I go 🙂

  7. NeonVisual

    Can't stomach the world cup this year, they might as well have it in North Korea.

  8. Aye

    What an insane result from Saudi Arabia. Who would have thought Argentina would lose their 36 no loss streak to SA, lol.

  9. noyeahno

    To hell with slavery, fifa and football in general. What a waste of time that dumb sport is.

  10. r9ficial

    Tech spurt really likes his persona 5

  11. K M

    Great review thanks.

  12. yea … watching the world cup depends less on electronic stuff laying around, but more on where it happens. Making it happen in a less backwards country is out of your capabilities (and out of acers capabilities)

    oh, also we are not qualified – so make our team qualify next time, please?

  13. flow7er

    Or watch something else instead and boycott FIFA. Who is the world cup good for anyway?

  14. Markus

    Cool Tech but I wouldn't dare to watch the world cup with all the controversy going on. Time is better spent watching your YouTube videos instead. 🙂

  15. future3

    Sponsored video! Nothing you can do here that you cant do with any other similar laptop.

  16. John Burrows

    Is this video going into injury time ? so it's gonna finish about half an hour late.

  17. Marian Rose

    Will it let me wear a wristband? Any wristband, Uncle Spurt?😂👍

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