Month: January 2018

Xiaomi Mi notebook Pro Specs

Xiaomi Mi notebook Pro Specs: Intel Core i7-8550U / Intel Core i5-8250U NVIDIA GeForce® MX150 graphics card – 2GB GDDR5 memory 16GB /8GB 2400MHz 256G PCIe SSD Support M.2 SATA hard drive expansion Support fingerprint unlock Intel 2×2 WiFi  –  Support 802.11ac network protocol, support for 2.4GHz, 5GHz dual-band, compatible with 802.11 b / g / n, the maximum speed of 867Mbps, Bluetooth 4.1 wireless technology 15.6-inch screen, 344.16mm × 193.59mm Realtek ALC298        

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Install Fonts for your Windows 10 device

With the latest release of Windows 10, the Microsoft Store brings Windows 10 Fonts. Just like a regular UWP app, you will be finally able to install Fonts to your Windows 10 device. The Fonts page in Settings shows a preview of the font along with options to adjust various font properties. It comes with a small description and screenshots to show the interface. Right now, the font selection in the Store is anemic but Microsoft is optimistic of more fonts to populate the Store in the days leading up to RS4’s release. The Store listing shows a small description of the font and screenshots to show its variations. 

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A tough student laptop: Acer Chromebook 11

Acer’s new Chromebook 11 is a tough student laptop that goes online almost anywhere. Five reasons: Cheap: Acer had just released their new 2016 version of the 2 GB Chromebook 11. They explained that this one was built to be quite durable with an aluminum lid, and that it would feature an IPS screen, for only $179. Acer’s Chromebook 11 C732  goes on sale in April with prices starting at €329 (around £290, $405, or AU$505).

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Acer Iconia Tab 10 Tablet Review

(source:newegg.com)  Big 10.1″ screen with nice colors and good resolution, fast enough processor, responsive bluetooth – connected a bluetooth mouse and the pointer moved smoothly. It has 4 good loud speakers and front and back cameras. The battery lasted for me about 10 hours with the display brightness set to 50%. which is plenty bright.

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Benchmark released for Intel’s new Core i7-8705G CPU

Core i7-8705G Performance Processor Base Frequency : 3.10 GHz Max Turbo Frequency: 4.10 GHz Cache: 8 MB Bus Speed: 8 GT/s DMI The benchmark comes from Hot Hardware. The site was able to run a few quick runs of the Rise of the Tomb Raider built-in benchmark, and performance is nothing short of impressive for an integrated GPU solution. Running at 1920×1080 resolution, the XPS 15 2-in-1 was able to maintain an average frame rate of nearly 35 frames per second with High image quality settings dialed in (29.69 on Very High in the video above).

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ZTE Axon 7 Oreo beta update now

We’ve known that Android 8.0 Oreo being released five months ago (August 2017) and latest version of Google’s mobile OS is still running on less than one percent of handsets, Now the ZTE Axon 7 Oreo update will arrive soon. In fact, we’ve even had a hint of what the new Oreo update will bring to the Axon 7, but we never got our eyes on specifics about the expected release date. Well, it appears that the wait is finally over as the Chinese company has started seeding an update that brings Android Oreo to the Axon 7. It’s no surprise that Oreo is rolling out to the phone at this point in time. In fact, ZTE will be one of the few OEMs that have started rolling out Oreo to their 2016 flagship phones, the others being Huawei, Sony and OnePlus.

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Samsung Starts Producing 8-Gigabyte High Bandwidth Memory-2

Samsung Electronics has started mass production of its 2nd-generation 8-gigabyte (GB) High Bandwidth Memory-2 (HBM2) with the fastest data transmission speed on the market today.The new solution, Aquabolt™, which is the industry’s first HBM2 to deliver a 2.4 gigabits-per-second (Gbps) data transfer speed per pin, should accelerate the expansion of supercomputing and the graphics card market. Samsung’s new 8GB HBM2 delivers the highest level of DRAM performance, featuring a 2.4Gbps pin speed at 1.2V, which translates into a performance upgrade of nearly 50 percent per each package, compared to the company’s 1st-generation 8GB HBM2 package with its 1.6Gbps pin speed at 1.2V and 2.0Gbps at 1.35V.

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