It might feel like Nvidia has been focused on its priciest graphics cards over the last few months, with announcement after announcement related to its ray tracing whizzbang 20-series GPUs, but today the company acknowledges that not all people looking for a gaming device want the best of the best.Sometimes good enough is more than enough.To that end, Nvidia announced that the GTX 1660 Ti is coming to laptops.Nvidia only recently announced the availability of the desktop version of the 1660 Ti, which uses the same Turing microarchitecture as the 20-series, but without the ray tracing (and the high price it demands).Nvidia claims this new laptop GPU will handle Fortnite, PUGB, and Apex Legends at 100 frames per second at 1080p resolution.More broadly, the company claims the new card will be approximately 1.5 times faster than a GTX 1060 and four times faster than the 1060's predecessor, the GTX 960M.
Image by Sam Byford / The VergeCode found in Nvidia’s Shield Experience software suggests that the company is working on a 2-in-1 hybrid device that’s able to work as both a laptop and a tablet.The code, which was spotted by XDA-Developers, includes a new piece of software that’s capable of switching between three UI modes, including desktop, tablet, and a mysterious third mode called “dynamic.” It includes an option to start desktop mode if a keyboard is attached to the device.The findings suggest that Nvidia is working on software for a new tablet, referred to by the codename “Mystique,” which can operate as a laptop if you attach a keyboard, similar to last year’s Google Pixel Slate.Nvidia’s last tablet was the Nvidia Shield K1, which was released in 2015.The code was found in Nvidia’s Shield Experience software, which runs across both the company’s tablets and set-top boxes.
The H-Series is meant for beefy laptops or bulky workstations, so finding it in something as thin and light as a 13-inch MacBook Pro was a welcome change of pace – mainly as it meant the MacBook Pro was leagues faster than competitors like the Dell XPS 13 and HP Spectre 13.Now that H-Series is getting a refresh, and while that won’t necessarily mean an update to the MacBook Pro, it does mean you’ll be able to buy some faster laptops, at least until Intel’s long-delayed 10nm processors finally make an appearance later this year.The 9th-Gen H-Series processors are based on the 14nm process that Intel has been using for the better part of half a decade.That’s potentially bad because its chief rival, AMD, already using a 12nm process and is moving to 7nm soon.A smaller process typically means the CPU will be faster and more efficient.The company has refined it to the point that this new CPU really could be impressively fast – though probably not as fast or battery efficient as an eventual 10nm version.
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As much as Apple has tried to position its iPad Pro range as a laptop alternative, there are some areas where it really can’t compete, and one is the absence of mouse support – but that could soon change.According to developer and leaker Steve Troughton-Smith, mouse support is in the works for the iPad as an accessibility feature.The claim came in response to a similar claim from MacStories editor-in-chief Federico Viticci, who on his Connected podcast recently claimed that mouse support was coming.Viticci talks specifically about using a USB mouse connected to the iPad Pro’s USB-C port, but it’s not clear whether the feature would be limited to iPads with said port (which would be quite restrictive, as only the iPad Pro 11 and iPad Pro 12.9 (2018) have such a port).If you missed last week's @_connectedfm, @viticci had a pretty interesting scoop that he'd been sitting on re mouse support coming to iPad as an accessibility feature.As far as I'm aware, that *is* indeed in the works.
8 Most expensive laptops Basics 2019In other words, I declare that a good laptop is worth the money – especially if you want to favor speed, power, battery life, lightweight and design.The new MSI GS65 Stealth has banged our tomorrow’s choice of the best gaming laptop, as compared to all in this list.It’s all because of its excellent array of cutting edge components, for instance, which includes a 3.9 GHz Intel Core i7 CPU and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 GPU.It comes in four fashion-forward colors: Burgundy, Platinum, Cobalt Blue and Graphite Gold.Microsoft Surface Laptop’s Battery life is extremely good and it prolongs its working hours and Windows details such as facial recognition sign-in are useful.
Apple has made a key change to how it handles keyboard repairs with MacBook and MacBook Pro models, so you’ll be able to get your laptop fixed in roughly 24 hours from the time you bring it into the store.So if you’ve been living with faulty keys for fear of having to give up your computer for a bit, now’s a good time to get that sorted.According to an internal memo sent to Apple Store employees and obtained by MacRumors, the iPhone maker has revamped its repair process so as to be able to fix keyboard-related problems in-store, as opposed to shipping them to an off-site repair center.The memo, titled “How to support Mac customers with keyboard-related repairs in store,” also advises Genius Bar technicians to “prioritize” the repairs for a next-day turnaround time.“Most keyboard-related repairs will be required to be completed in store until further notice.Additional service parts have been shipped to stores to support the increased volume.
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Intel continues rolling out ninth-gen Core processors: In October last year, Intel launched its ninth-generation still-14nm Core processors for desktops and laptops.These are dubbed the Coffee Lake Refresh because it's a refresh of the eighth-gen Coffee Lake family (which is mostly built on the Skylake microarchitecture).On Tuesday, it added to its ninth-gen family things like the 2.4-to-5GHz 45W eight-core, 16-thread Core i9-9980H processor aimed at top-end laptops (and the overclockable 9980HK), all the way down to the 2.4-to-4.1GHz 45W four-core, eight-thread i5-9300H.For desktops, there's the 3.1-to-5GHz 65W eight-core, 16-thread Core i9-9900 down to the 3.1-to-3.7GHz 65W four-core, four-thread Core i3-9100T and various low-end mobile parts.These chipsets support Wi-Fi 6 (definitely not 802.11ax), Thunderbolt 3 and SSDs using Intel's Optane memory.You can check out the list of new desktop-grade processors here [PDF] and the laptop ones here [PDF].
Chinese companies are at it again, mixing things up and daring to go where bigger brands with all their resources dare not tread.Chuwi was recently revealed to soon have an 8-inch Yoga-like convertible laptop and the company that rebooted the small laptop/netbook trend is setting its sights on bigger things, literally.GPD reportedly has a certain Pocket 2 Max in the works and, this time, it’s really designed for comfortable typing.After it launched the GPD WIN gaming handheld, it received requests for a more conventional laptop in the same small size.Thus the GPD Pocket and GPD Pocket 2 were born.But because of their petite sizes, they could hardly be considered conducive for long typing, no matter how much GPD says so.
Intel today unveiled its latest set of mobile processors, introducing its 9th-generation architecture to laptops and tablets.As we saw with the desktop version back in October, it should provide a decent performance boost.Tthe company introduced the first consumer chip to reach 5 GHz back then, and now it’s doing the same for laptops.This speedster is the flagship 9980HK, which is able to ramp up to that 5GHz speed from a 2.4GHz base clock.Intel says it can provide “up to 18 percent higher fps” in games compared to last year’s flagship 8950HK, or 28 percent faster 4K video editing in Adobe Premiere Pro.It’ll cost you a pretty penny though, considering the manufacturer recommended price is $583.
Most of those have to do less with the excellent hardware and more with the limitations of the iOS mobile platform.Apple has been slowly working to address those concerns and it might soon be making the last step needed to truly make the iPad Pro a desktop or laptop replacement.It might, in just a few months, finally add mouse support.Apple has traditionally abhorred any pointing device on iOS other than your finger.Apple also didn’t want a file manager in iOS.MacStories’ Federico Viticci mentioned in the Connected podcast that he heard whispers of USB mouse support coming to iOS.
The new site was due to go live in December 2017.As Hertz endured the delays, it found itself immersed in a nightmare: a product and design that didn't do half of what was specified and still wasn't finished."By that point, Hertz no longer had any confidence that Accenture was capable of completing the project, and Hertz terminated Accenture," the company complains in a lawsuit [PDF] lodged in New York this month.Among the most mind-boggling claims in the lawsuit is that Accenture didn't incorporate responsive design – where different versions of a website are provided depending on whether someone is using a phone, tablet or laptop.When Hertz execs asked where the tablet version was, Accenture "demanded hundreds of thousands of dollars in additional fees to deliver the promised medium-sized layout.""Accenture deliberately disregarded the extensibility requirement and wrote the code so that it was specific to the Hertz brand in North America and could not be used for the Hertz global brand or for the Dollar and Thrifty brands," the lawsuit alleged.
If you think that all gaming laptops are clunky and heavy beasts, Dell wants to change your mind.Even though its XPS 15 — based off of the XPS 13, which is arguably one of the best Windows laptops — can already support discrete graphics, Dell announced that the larger XPS notebook has been updated to include the latest silicons on the market today.This means that the XPS 15 can support up to Intel’s latest 9th-Generation mobile Core i9 processor alongside Nvidia’s new GTX 1650 graphics.Alongside those internal updates, the XPS 15 is also undergoing a slight redesign that will make it more appealing to users.In particular, game streamers and those who rely on the built-in webcam on the notebook will be happy to know that the XPS 15 will, like this year’s XPS 13, feature the camera above the display, rather than below the screen as on previous iterations of this notebook.Popular mainstay features — like a beefy 97Wh battery and a selection of full-size ports — will remain on the redesigned XPS 15, according to The Verge.
Acer confirmed that the company’s newest laptops, which were announced at a press event earlier in April, will ship with Nvidia’s new GeForce GTX 16-Series graphics.This means that the Predator Helios 300, Nitro 7, Nitro 5, and Aspire 7 notebooks will ship with either Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1660 Ti or 1650 graphics card on board with a Max-Q design.The inclusion of Nvidia’s midrange graphics card means that these laptops will benefit from a performance boost when compared to the prior generation GTX 1060 graphics.Acer’s gaming-focused laptops will compete against other systems, including those from Asus, MSI, and Lenovo that were all recently updated to support GTX 1660 Ti graphics.In addition to updated graphics capabilities, all of Acer’s notebooks will also support Intel’s latest 9th-Generation mobile processors.The Predator Helios 300, for example, can top out with GeForce RTX 2070 graphics with a Max-Q design and Intel’s Core i7-9750H processor along with up to 32GB DDR3 RAM, and two PCIe NBMe solid-state drives.
These come in the form of new Razer Blade Pro 17 and a mid-2019 refresh to its Razer Blade 15 line.The bezels around the screen are trimmed down dramatically, allowing for a smaller overall chassis size while keeping the large screen.The trackpad has also been moved to sit below the keyboard instead of to the side of it.Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan says the new Blade Pro 17 is "the perfect laptop for gamers who demand a large display, an insane amount of connectivity options and excellent performance with no room for compromise."The new Razer Blade Pro 17 comes powered by the new Intel Core i7-9750H six-core processor (CPU) paired with the choice of an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060, RTX 2070 Max-Q, or RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics processor (GPU).The laptop boasts 16GB of DDR4-2,667MHz memory, though users can swap in Intel XMP-compatible DIMMs with speeds up to 3,200MHz.
Dell’s XPS line has some of the best, most well-rounded Windows laptops you can buy, and the 15-inch variant is about to get even more versatile.Alongside announcements of new models in its gaming-oriented G-Series line and from its Alienware subsidiary, Dell is also revealing that a new XPS 15 is on the way, and it will come with improved graphics that let it double as an entry-level gaming laptop.Even better: the new XPS 15 will also finally get the proper webcam design fix that we saw pop up on the refreshed XPS 13 from earlier this year, Dell XPS (and Alienware) boss Frank Azor tells The Verge.That means the webcam is no longer positioned beneath the Dell logo at the bottom of the screen — where it captures an upward shot of your nose and mouth and can be blocked by your hands typing on the keyboard — and is back at the top of the screen where it belongs.Unfortunately, we don’t yet have a photo of the new design to show you what it looks like, but Azor says the chassis should otherwise be much the same as before — including the excellent array of full-size ports and optional beefy 97Wh battery — and should cost roughly the same as today’s XPS 15, which starts at $1,000.He says it will come with a 9th Gen eight-core Core i9 CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 GPU to start, with an OLED screen option as well.
Back in October, Intel announced the ninth-generation of its Core desktop processors, introducing us to one in particular – the Core i9-9900K – that could reach 5GHz boost clock speeds.Today, Intel is bringing that same kind of capability to its mobile line of processors, launching the 9th-gen H-series.The Core i9-9980HK leads the charge, once again being capable of hitting 5GHz when using Intel’s Thermal Velocity Boost.It probably shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to hear that the 9980HK is an octa-core processor with 16 threads, being the top of the line H-series offering that it is.Under normal, non-overclocked circumstances, the 9980HK has a base clock speed of 2.4GHz and it also features 16MB of Intel smart cache.Intel says that the H-series – not necessarily just the 9980HK – will give users “desktop performance on the go,” which, of course, is the dream of these super-powered notebooks.
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