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Here is Google’s Pixel Tablet

The Pixel Tablet is finally here and becomes the first tablet with Google’s Tensor G2 chip. Pixel Tablet is not really a surprise, Google continues its somewhat unusual launch strategy and showed the tablet already in October last year with Pixel 7, but now it’s finally here. Pixel Tablet cannot be purchased without the docking […]

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Brydge throws in the towel

Brydge launched its first iPad accessory in 2012, which more or less would turn Apple’s iPad into a MacBook Air, with mixed results. Now, a little over ten years later, the company is ending its business. Brydge is said to have previously been in talks with both Razr and Targus about an acquisition, but apparently, […]

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Microsoft stops making some PC accessories

Microsoft will stop manufacturing mice, keyboards, and webcams for traditional PC computers. Instead, the company will focus on developing accessories for its Surface series, writes The Verge. The announcement that Microsoft is stopping the production of some accessories comes after the company laid off around 10,000 people and also announced that its hardware division will […]

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AMD presents Ryzen Z1

AMD announced today its new Z1 chip series, which are processors intended to power upcoming handheld gaming computers, that is, mini-computers that can be used for gaming both on the built-in screen and through an external display. The first two processors in the Z1 series are the Ryzen Z1 and Ryzen Z1 Extreme. The Extreme […]

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How to make your PS4 faster

Do you ever sit back, whilst you’re gaming on your PS4, and wish it were faster? Not just in regards to your games loading times but also the time it takes to scroll through the playstation store. Everyone knows that slow downloads and nonstop game lag is the perfect recipe for inevitable rage quitting. So, […]

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How much RAM do you need for gaming

If you are someone who is focused on having everything run smoothly and fast when they are gaming, then you may probably be wondering exactly how much RAM do you actually need. When it comes to deciding on how much RAM you should have then there are a few different factors that you should take […]

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SSD vs HDD for Gaming

If you are a beginner to the PC gaming world or are just a little confused by all the different choices that you have to pick from when you are looking for a hard drive or SSD for gaming then this article will help you better understand the differences between HDD and SSD. And hopefully […]

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Asus releases 135-inch ProArt Cinema

Asus has presented its perhaps largest screen so far with the ProArt Cinema PQ07, which is a 135-inch 4K HDR monitor. The screen has a maximum brightness of 2000 nits, high contrast with microLED and a DCI-P3 color gamut of 95 percent. The screen should also be fully scalable in different sizes and formats. The […]

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Microsoft is reportedly building its own AI chip

The Information has been in contact with sources who claim that Microsoft is developing its own powerful chip that can replace, or complement, the AI chips it currently buys from Nvidia. Microsoft’s AI chip is said to be codenamed Athena and, according to The Information, development began in 2019, at the same time Microsoft started […]

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Razer releases new control panel for streamers

Razer has released a new control panel for streamers and others who want to quickly switch between apps and access functions for their equipment. The new version is called the “Stream Controller X” and has slightly less functionality than the “Stream Controller” that Razer released last year. With the “Stream Controller X,” users can connect […]

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Best Entry Level Gaming Monitors Of 2023

Gaming monitors are an essential component for any gaming setup. A good entry level gaming monitor will be able to offer you high refresh rates, low response times, and vibrant colours to provide a more immersive gaming experience. However, with so many options available in the market, finding the right entry-level gaming monitor can be […]

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Nvidia presents RTX 4070

Nvidia has now officially presented the new RTX 4070 after several weeks of leaks. With the latest graphics card, Nvidia is targeting 1440p gaming with more than 100 fps with ray tracing and the company’s latest DLSS 3 upscaling technology enabled. The RTX 4070 is shorter than an RTX 3080 and is designed to match […]

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Seagate releases new Star Wars disks

Seagate continues its collaboration with Lucasfilm and now releases a new set of Star Wars-inspired SSD disks. These are SSD disks that have interchangeable front plates with depictions of the lightsabers used by Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, and Darth Vader in the Star Wars movies. The disks are available with a capacity of 1TB or […]

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The Best MacBook Accessories

A MacBook can be a powerful machine in your daily life, whether you’ll be using the MacBook Air to browse the web and send emails or the MacBook Pro for some graphics-intensive projects, such as video editing or 3D design. Apple laptops are definitely capable of a lot of different things and can handle a […]