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Computing, Hardware

Apple M1 chip could reportedly save businesses millions

July 27, 2021

Via: Techradar

Apple’s custom M1 chip could save businesses millions of dollars in comparison to traditional PCs, despite the larger initial expenditure, new analysis suggests. As per a report from analyst house Forrester (albeit commissioned by Apple), businesses could save $843 for […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel Brings Up Software for Lunar Lake Platform

July 23, 2021

Via: Tom's Hardware

Intel has begun to add support for its codenamed Lunar Lake platform to Linux drivers. So far, the company has added support for network controllers that will be used for its CPUs in the coming years, but the addition clearly […]


Computing, Hardware

Many Years Later: 3GB vs 6GB GTX 1060 in Today’s Games

July 23, 2021

Via: TechSpot

Recently we’ve been checking out previous-gen graphics cards that you can buy at “decent” prices used, if you want a GPU for gaming, but don’t want to pay inflated prices. It’s a valid trade-off for many and so we’ve revisited […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel Core i9 11980HK Review: The Fastest Tiger Lake CPU

July 15, 2021

Via: TechSpot

Today we’re taking a look at the Core i9-11980HK, the fastest processor Intel offers in their Tiger Lake H45 line-up. A few weeks back we tested the new Core i7-11800H which did impress with performance gains over Intel’s previous-gen parts, […]


Computing, Hardware

New MacBook Air may not arrive for almost a year – and its M2 chip could come with a surprise

July 9, 2021

Via: Techradar

Apple’s MacBook Air refresh which is rumored to be the first laptop with the new M2 chip, could be delayed until 2022. The new rumor comes courtesy of DigiTimes, which we should note is not always the most reliable source. […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel and Apple First to Adopt TSMC’s 3nm Technology: Report

July 2, 2021

Via: Tom's Hardware

Apple and Intel will be the first to adopt Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.’s (TSMC) N3 (3nm) fabrication process when the contract maker of chips deploys in late 2022, Nikkei Asia news agency reported on Friday. Intel is projected to use […]


Computing, Hardware, Operating Systems

Hardware vendors can avoid TPM 2.0 for Windows 11 if needed: here’s how

June 28, 2021

Via: Techradar

While there’s been plenty of praise for Windows 11, Microsoft’s TPM requirements haven’t been communicated well. Fortunately, it’s been discovered that some hardware manufacturers will be able to bypass this for some machines. With its new look, great wallpapers alongside […]


Computing, Hardware

ASRock’s DeskMini Max concept houses AMD Ryzen, dGPU and liquid cooling in a 10L case

June 24, 2021

Via: TechSpot

There’s something magical and cozy about SFF PCs. Perhaps it’s the heat or, more likely, the idea of cramming lots of powerful components into a tiny box. ASRock’s latest mini PC, the DeskMini Max concept, aims to redefine this category […]


Computing, Hardware

Lenovo made a wireless charger for your laptop

June 24, 2021

Via: The Verge

Lenovo has announced a new product called the Go Wireless Charging Kit, which lets you retrofit wireless charging functionality to a wide variety of laptops. It makes use of “Power by Contact” technology from Energy Square, rather than the more […]


Computing, Hardware

CPU and GPU Availability and Pricing Update: June 2021

June 18, 2021

Via: TechSpot

Here’s our monthly update on the computer hardware market to see what the current trends are for CPU and GPU pricing. The situation of terrible availability and high prices continue, but let’s hope we have some good news to share […]