There are many gaming laptops around now, but Dell‘s still one of the trusted gaming laptop makers.If you’re on the hunt for a new machine for your playing needs, Dell’s G5 gaming laptop’s down to $599 from $999 (use the discount code: AFFDG5).It’s not a top-end machine, but it’s powerful enough for your Fortnite, Apex Legends, or Dautness needs.The device packs some impressive specs like a 15.6-inch full HD screen and 256GB NVMe SSD.Here’s the full spec sheet:Screen: 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-Glare display
In the USA, the OnePlus 6T will continue to be available at OnePlus online and at T-Mobile USA stores.The price will be reduced by $30.The release date for the OnePlus 7 Pro is the same as the OnePlus 6T’s price drop: May 17th, 2019.OnePlus 7 is 0.2 mm (0.01 inch) thicker than the OnePlus 6T.OnePlus 7 has a Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855 (7 nm) SoC with Adreno 640 GPU.OnePlus 6T has a Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845 (10 nm) with Adreno 630 GPU.
https://amzn.to/2Le0zabDell Inspiron 3567 Intel Core i3 7th Gen 15.6-inch FHD Laptop (4GB/1TB HDD/Windows 10 Home/MSM.R.P.: 42,419.00 Price: 29,250.00 You Save 13,169.00 (31%Discount)EMI starts at ₹1,377.No Cost EMI availableProcessor: 7th Gen Intel Core i3-7020U processor, 2.3GHz base processor speedOperating System:Pre-loaded Windows 10 with lifetime validityDisplay: 15.6-inch FHD (1920x1080) displayMemory & Storage: 4GB DDR4 RAM with Intel HD 620 Graphics| Storage: 1TB HDDDesign & battery: Laptop weight: 2.5kg | Lithium batteryWarranty: This genuine Dell laptop comes with 1 year domestic warranty from Dell covering Hardware Issues and not covering physical damage.For more details, see Warranty section below.Pre-installed Software: MS Office Home & Student 2016| In theBox: Laptop with included battery and chargerPorts & CD drive: 1 USB 2.0, 2 USB 3.0 , 1 HDMI, 1 Audio out |With CD-drive Other features: Waves MaxxAudioMore Information Click On the Link...Buy Now....Please Share Now.... #
In the market for some merch, either for yourself or for some dads and/or grads?Today only, and while supplies last, every ThinkGeek clearance item is marked 75% off.You'll also get 25% off everything in your cart -- including those clearance items, which brings your total clearance savings to 81%!As of this writing, there are hundreds of items in the virtual Clearance aisle: shirts, bags, gadgets, games, electronics and so on.For example, what desk would be complete without the Cube-Works Self-Destruct USB 3.0 Hub?It normally sells for $55, so with the clearance and added discounts, it should be priced at just $10.45.
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Your kids or your parents might often ask you to borrow your computer just when you need it the most.So, it’s never a bad idea to keep another device at home for your family to use.At $599 (down from $1,999), Lenovo’s 2018 Premium ThinkPad might just be the perfect device for such occasions.At this price point, you get a basic package with an entry-level i5 processors, a 500GB hard drive, and 4GB RAM.Amazon also gives you an option of upgrading the processor to a faster i5-8250U (for $190) processor.Plus, you can upgrade the RAM up to 32GB (for $300), and storage up to 2TB of hard disk (for $130) or 1TB of SSD (for $250).
HP has a new Chromebook coming to sit atop its lineup of Chrome laptops in terms of size, at least.The new device is the HP Chromebook 15, and it will come starting at $449 (about £345, AU$630) in the US.The new HP Chromebook 15 is a no-nonsense affair.It doesn't have any of the flourishes that some of HP's other Chromebooks do.No 360-degree hinge, like the HP Chromebook 14 x360, and no HP Active Pen support, like the HP Chromebook 12 x2.Instead, the HP Chromebook 15 gets a classy design with metal lid and keyboard deck, a larger display with slim side bezels, a 17.9mm thin construction and a full keyboard with number pad and backlighting.
The OnePlus 7 leaks keep flooding in, this time more specs for the OnePlus 7 Pro.We've already had some early specs for the 7 and the Pro from the usually-reliable @OnLeaks: OnePlus May 14th launch event: OnePlus7 ≈ 6.4" flat display / waterdrop notch front camera / dual rear camera with 48MP as primary OnePlus7Pro ≈ 6.64" curved display / pop-up front camera / triple rear camera with 48MP as primary + Telephoto + Ultra Wide OnePlus7PRO5G pic.twitter.com/zGic9AQdVxAnd now the prolific Ishan Agarwal has added more:Some details about the OnePlus 7 Pro:-Quad HD+ Super AMOLED “90hz” Display
The OnePlus 7 Pro may house a Quad HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate, according to comments from Android Central and tipster Ishan Agarwal.The speculation arrived earlier today, and if it’s accurate, it would be the first time OnePlus has used such a high-resolution display on one of its smartphones.Quad HD displays describe screens with 2560 × 1440 pixels, while Quad HD+ is used to indicate panels with slightly more pixels, typically found on 2:1 or 19:9 aspect ratio smartphone screens.Higher-resolution displays tend to look smoother and more detailed than lower-resolution displays.The 90Hz refresh rate, meanwhile, could be a boon for mobile gamers as it makes supported titles look and feel smoother to play.Most smartphones have 60Hz refresh rates, but the higher the number, the more responsive the display feels when interacting with it.
Acer has revealed its new ConceptD line, looking to squeeze onto the desks – and into the hearts – of content creators who may be feeling abandoned by Apple.The new range will include desktops, notebooks, monitors, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets, putting top-spec processors, storage, and graphics into cleanly cohesive design.It has a huge 17.3-inch display, Wacom-enabled for graphic artists, and mounted on a rotating hinge so that it can be pulled down over the keyboard for when you want to focus on sketching or drawing.Driving it is NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX Gen 2080 graphics card.Storage is up to 1TYB of NVMe memory in RAID 0 SSD configuration.Both are still 100-percent Adobe RGB and Pantone Verified, and deliver up to 400 nits of brightness.
The upcoming USB 4 will restore a useful feature we lost with the technology's modernization: USB hubs that let you multiply the utility of a single port on your PC.USB, short for Universal Serial Bus, is a remarkably successful standard more than two decades old now.These hubs have a cable at one end that plugs into your computer and a number of USB ports to accommodate multiple devices -- a keyboard, mouse, network adapter and memory stick, for example.USB 4, under development now and due to arrive in products in 2020, should fix that shortcoming, says Ben Hacker, director of USB strategic planning at Intel.USB-C is good enough that it can replace many ports, including those for power, video, audio and the old-style USB-A ports that laptops have used for years.USB is in the midst of massive modernization.
Lexar's calling its new Professional SL100 Pro the "world's fastest 1TB portable SSD with USB 3.1 Type-C port."That's a lot of qualifiers.But for $280 with a maximum write speed of 900 megabytes per second and read speed of 950MB/sec (on a USB-C 3.2 Gen 2, formerly USB-C 3.1 Gen 2, connection), that's a pretty good price compared to faster Thunderbolt 3 equivalents.In addition to 1TB, you can get it in 250GB ($100) and 500GB ($150) capacities.
With its new full-frame S series cameras now starting to ship to customers, Panasonic appears to be on the cusp on launching a new mirrorless model, possibly a replacement for its G85/G80 model (pictured above).Rumors of a new G95 model, which may go by the name G90 in some territories, have been growing stronger since images purportedly of the new camera were published by Japanese camera-leaking website Nokishita.The model would potentially serve as the official replacement for the G85/G80, which launched in 2016.The G85 is already a competitively specced camera for its class, but we expect a number of new upgrades for this release.Rumors – and logic – suggest the G95 will inherit a newer 20MP sensor, possibly the same unit that has featured in the G9.This may well spell the end of the 16MP sensor that Panasonic has used inside the G85 and elsewhere, which looks dated against current-generation cameras.
The Valve Index, the virtual reality head-mounted display coming from Steam, has been officially shared with the world, but information is lacking.The Steam page for the device suggests you “Upgrade your experience” in May, teasing an in-depth reveal for this new piece of hardware.Before that official reveal, though, Valve leaked some Valve Index store pages prematurely and shared some details including a June 15 ship date.Valve’s mistake, which included unfinished store pages for the Index HMD, controllers, and Index base station, has been rectified via removal.SteamDB, however, captured what the Index HMD comes with, minimum/recommended specs, and additional details.The pages had placeholder text, but an image of the HMD was included along with the June 15 ship date.
If you’re in the market for a new, portable solid-state drive (SSD), one of Amazon’s newest SSD deals might be right for you.In fact, the online retailer is offering a decent, if slight, discount on a new generation Western Digital (WD) My Passport SSD.The discount takes about 11 percent ($20) off of its usual retail price of $190.And so, Amazon shoppers can now grab this SSD for only $170.As far as this deal is concerned, $170 buys you a number of useful features such as 1TB of storage and “blazing-fast” file transfer speeds of 540MB per second.This discounted SSD also includes hardware encryption (and the option to set a password), its own software that provides its own support for backup and security services, and it is outfitted with a USB Type-C port.
Valve’s product page for the Valve Index headset has gone live a little early with a release date pegged for June 15th of this year.First spotted by Twitter user @Wario64, Valve’s page is scarce on information regarding features, but it’s still giving us more information to work with than that teaser site did last week, including several specs for Valve’s upcoming and mysterious VR headset.Immediately, you’ll notice the integrated open-back earphones flanking each side, which is an interesting design choice that might keep the user aware of their surroundings while immersed in virtual reality.Integrated headphones are nothing new for virtual reality headsets, but an open-back design — or at least what appears to be — is definitely not commonplace.I’m curious to see how, if it all, it changes the sense of immersion while wearing the Index.Valve also lists the Index’s supported inputs, including DisplayPort 1.2 and USB 3.0, as well as recommended system requirements that call for an Nvidia GTX 1070 graphics card or better.
The team behind the Atari VCS has unveiled the production-ready design of the retro console, albeit after the announcement of another delay in its release.Renders for pre-production units of the Atari VCS were uploaded in a Medium blog post, which the team said was the result of a complete overhaul of the retro console’s construction.The biggest visual change compared to previous designs is the revised silhouette, which creates a “floating effect” with the device’s main body.“We think the VCS now visually-references the classic Atari 2600 design even more than before,” the team wrote in the blog post, and it resulted in other tweaks to the retro console’s construction.Two of the four USB 3.0 ports were moved from the back to the front, granting easier access for plugging in USB drives and controllers, while the two remaining ports at the back may be used for external hard drives.However, with the addition of USB ports to the front, the team decided that the SD card port was redundant and decided to remove it from the device.
Last year’s Legion Y730 was all about midrange gaming, but in 2019, Lenovo is back with power.The new 15-inch Legion Y740 now packs in the raw capabilities of an RTX 20-series graphics card inside a familiar but attractive looking package.Lenovo’s design choices have always been excellent.It is strong too as the lid doesn’t overly flex nor does the keyboard deck press too far down into the aluminum chassis.There is even customizable zone backlighting via Corsair’s iCUE software.G-Sync display for getting the most out of games
The company launched the Jetson TX1 “Supercomputer-on-Module” back in 2015 as an embedded solution for robots, drones, and self-driving vehicles that need to do a lot of visual computing.Nvidia says there are hundreds of thousands of Jetson developers today.While it was a workable solution for commercial enterprises, its $599 price tag meant it was often too costly for makers, hobbyists, and amateur enthusiasts.Today that has all changed with the launch of the Jetson Nano, a $99 AI computing development kit that opens the way to a Raspberry Pi-like revolution — this time for machine learning.For the $99 Jetson Nano, Nvidia has opted for a 128 CUDA core GPU, based on the Maxwell architecture.Supporting the GPU is a 64-bit quad-core Arm Cortex-A57-based CPU, 4GB of RAM, a video processor — which can handle up to 4K 30fps encode or 4K 60fps decode — and support for PCIE and USB 3.0.
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