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Newsletter Elkton Winter 2020






The latest news for you



Winter 2020

Happy New Year!

Check out what’s new with Reliance.


Managed Wi-Fi

Let us take the worry and hassle out of figuring it out with Managed Wi-Fi Service! Ask about upgrading to a powerful AC Mesh Router!
  • Save money with worry-free replacement.
  • Save time, we manage it from the office, so you don’t have to lift a finger!
  • Dead or slow zones will be gone!
  • Need to cover more area? We have extenders too!

Tech Talk Corner

Nest Hub Max vs. Echo Show

Smart displays have become very much mainstream over the last year. The most popular being from a couple of the biggest companies on the planet, Google and Amazon. And for good reason. Both have a 10″ display (10.1 on the Echo), both are 1200×800 resolution, and both are well equipped with smart assistants. Although both of these are very similar, there are some key differences that may have you leaning towards one over the other. In our opinion, you will be very happy unwrapping and setting up either one of these. Take a look at some of those differences below.


Smart Home Control & Support
Google’s Nest Hub currently tops out at being compatible with 30,000 smart home gadgets. Although this is the first and only edition of the Nest, Google is working on adding more devices to their list of compatibility.
Video Streaming
In addition to streaming services such as CNBC, Daily Motion, Vimeo, and even Prime Video, the Nest also supports YouTube, YouTube TV, Sling TV, and comes with built-in Chromecast. The Chromecast can be used to cast Netflix to your TVs through voice command.

Smart Home Control & Support
The Echo Show definitely wins this race with currently being compatible with a whopping 85,000 smart home devices. If a smart home is what you’re seeking, the Show will be your controller.
Video Streaming
CNBC, Daily Motion, Vimeo, and of course, Amazon Prime Video are some of the supported streaming services currently available. If you are wanting YouTube or Sling, you’ll have to look elswhere (like the Nest Hub)