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  1. NVIDIA Launches GeForce RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti for Laptops Coinciding with today’s launch of Intel’s Tiger Lake-H CPUs for high performance laptops, NVIDIA is also using the occasion to launch their latest lineup of laptop video cards, the GeForce RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti For Laptops. Based on NVIDIA’s newest and smallest Ampere GPU, GA107, the RTX 3050 series finally rounds out the rest of NVIDIA’s laptop offering, introducing a mobile video card that’s better suited for mid-power systems, and cheaper than RTX 3060 to boot. Laptops featuring the new RTX 3050 video a
  2. Lenovo announces a slew of affordable and durable laptops for education Each of Lenovo's new laptops for education meets tests for durability and is available as a Windows PC or Chromebook. What you need to know Lenovo announced a new generation of laptops for education today. The laptops are each available as either Windows PCs or Chromebooks. The new laptops start at $299 and will start rolling out in May 2021. Source: Lenovo Lenovo announced a new generation of laptops built for education. The new laptops each have Windows a
  3. 2021 HP Envy x360 15 sports a larger trackpad and offers both AMD Ryzen 5000-U Cezanne and Intel 11th gen Tiger Lake options HP, today, introduced upgrades to its Envy x360 15 lineup. The 2021 HP Envy x360 now comes in AMD Ryzen 5000-U Cezanne and Intel 11th gen Core i5/Core i7 Tiger Lake offerings. The new Envy x360 models offer a few chassis design changes and also come with the option of a 4K OLED panel with 100% DCI-P3 coverage. HP Envy x360 15 gets AMD Ryzen Zen 3 and Intel Tiger Lake upgrades. (Image Source: HP) The 2020 HP Envy x360 2-in-1 re
  4. Malware found on laptops given out by government Some of the laptops given out in England to support vulnerable children home-schooling during lockdown contain malware, BBC News has learned. Teachers shared details on an online forum about suspicious files found on devices sent to a Bradford school. The malware, which they said appeared to be contacting Russian servers, is believed to have been found on laptops given to a handful of schools. The Department for Education sai
  5. Samsung’s new 90Hz OLED display will take laptops to the next level You’ve been hearing a lot about high refresh rates since last year. Samsung wasn’t the first to bring 120Hz displays to its smartphones but its subsidiary was actually the one supplying them to others as well. Samsung Display remains one of the biggest suppliers of OLED displays and now it’s got an amazing new product for laptops. Samsung Display has announced today that it’s going to mass produce the world’s first 90Hz OLED laptop displays in the first quarter of this year. Get ready for a
  6. Intel’s laptop empire is under threat from AMD Ryzen CPUs and Apple’s next ARM MacBooks AMD and Apple are both taking big strides forward in the notebook arena (Image credit: Future) Apple’s incoming MacBook Pro models with ARM chips, which are expected to arrive later in 2021, are forecast to gain some serious sales traction. Along with laptops powered by AMD Ryzen chips, these combined forces look like a real threat to Intel’s dominant presence in the notebook arena. According to analyst firm TrendForce, Apple’s new 14
  7. A look back at the best laptops of 2020 It's once again that time of the year — the time to take a look back at what happened in 2020. For laptops, we've added a 'most innovative' category just to talk about some of the really fun things that OEMs are doing, and we added a 'best for creators' category. We're also getting rid of the 'best tablet' category, combining it with 'best thin and light', and combining 'best 15-inch convertible' and 'best 15-inch clamshell'. Finally, 13-inch categories are becoming 'compact'. Best thin and light Microsoft Surface Pro X (starts at $9
  8. These fast, powerful PCs—from the favored brand of world-class gamers—are made for a wide range of users. Which one are you? MSI—the computer manufacturer best known for its highly regarded gaming PCs—recently unveiled a line of laptops designed for use in the classroom and office (which, as we know all too well, will continue in a place that bears an uncanny resemblance to our home). It’s a development that David Chou, vice president of sales for MSI North America, says customers have long been clamoring for: “Along with processing power and the latest features
  9. A mobile RTX 3070 has been spotted, and expectations are already sky-high RTX 3070 for laptops will have 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM, rumor mill suggests (Image credit: Future) Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3070 chip for laptops has been snapped and the photo posted on Twitter, prompting excitement about how powerful this mobile GPU might be – and how soon it may arrive – but we’d be wise to temper any expectations at this point. The image was tweeted by HXL and appears to be a qualification sample of the GA104 mobile GPU, but of course, t
  10. Lenovo swings for the fences with unusual Tiger Lake laptop designs X1 Nano is ultra lightweight at just under two pounds—but X1 Fold, well, folds. Enlarge / The X1 Fold is aiming for the same basic target as the Samsung Galaxy Fold—but in a more laptop-ish form factor. Lenovo 81 with 70 posters participating, including story author Lenovo is following on Dell's heels with an announcement of two 13-inch Intel Tiger Lake powered laptops of its own—but Lenovo's new designs are considerably further "out ther
  11. Intel could kill off traditional USB ports with USB 4 laptops Bye bye Type A (Image credit: Shutterstock) New documentation that supposedly sheds light on Intel’s USB 4 plans, with the USB 4.0 host controller coming in three versions: 0x9A1B, 0x9A1D, and 0x9A13, and it suggests that it will not be compatible with the larger Type A USB ports. According to the leak, which was shared on Twitter by @_rogame, a well known leaker, an internal document mentions how USB 4.0 comes with USB 3.2 support, yet does not mention USB 2.
  12. Covid-19: Firms scramble for laptops as work-from-home regulations take effect Some IT firms are keen to procure refurbished systems, thinking that this norm won’t last long But the trend is likely to stay and firms should brace for long-term shift, say experts Mumbai/New Delhi: The rush among companies to meet the new work-from-home norm amid the Covid-19 outbreak has led to a spike in demand for laptops, especially of refurbished leased ones of every kind. There was already a shortage of devices in the market due
  13. Nvidia could be striking back at AMD with rumored RTX 2080 Super-equipped laptops Get ready for some Super gaming laptops If the RTX 2080 Super Max-Q is real, laptops like the Razer Blade could be more powerful (Image credit: Future) At CES 2020, AMD came out swinging with a group of GPUs, like the Radeon RX 5700M, for laptops that should see it compete in the market for the first time in years. However, Nvidia's not going to take that lying down.
  14. want a little 5G with your wi-fi 6? — MediaTek and Intel team up to bring 5G networking to laptops and PCs MediaTek and Intel aim to bring 5G communications to a laptop near you. Enlarge / The new partnership will be Mediatek's first venture out of the ARM world and into x86. MediaTek In April of this year, Intel cancelled its 5G-modem building plans. This week, it's announcing that they're back on the table—but this time, with system-on-chip vendor MediaTek building the hardware. The partnersh
  15. Wave of low-cost Windows 10 on ARM laptops finally coming (pictures) A major concern for consumers is that the compatibility issues with Windows 10 on ARM outweighed the benefits of the longer battery life, meaning they just did not see the value proposition. One way to address this is to fix the compatibility issues, but this is of course very difficult given how vast and diverse the Win32 platform is. The other is to simply reduce the price of Windows 10 on ARM devices to a level where users are willing to put up with the occasional
  16. This just in: The Pixel Slate won't get a younger sibling, and Google's future self-made computers will revolve exclusively around the laptop form. Here's an interesting little nugget of info to chew on: Google's decided to step away from its self-made tablets and focus instead on the laptop form. To be clear, Google hadn't actually announced any tablet-specific products this year; the last such item that made its way to the market was the Pixel Slate in 2018. But, as I learned today, the company did have two smaller-sized tablets under development — and ea
  17. (Reuters) - Dell Technologies Inc, HP Inc, Microsoft Corp and Intel Corp on Wednesday opposed U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposal to include laptop computers and tablets among the Chinese goods targeted for tariffs. Dell, HP and Microsoft, which together account for 52% of the notebooks and detachable tablets sold in the United States, said the proposed tariffs would increase the cost of laptops in the country. The move would hurt consumers and the industry, and would not address the Chinese trade practices that the Trump administration’s office of the
  18. Shortages of Intel's CPUs are expected to worsen in the second quarter compared to the first as demand for Chromebooks, which are mostly equipped with Intel's entry-level processors, enters its best period. Bean counters at Digitimes Research have been adding up some numbers and dividing them by their shoe size and have reached the conclusion that Intel CPUs will see their supply gap shrink by three percent The shortage will be greater for the Core i3. Previously it has been far Core i5 as the series hit hardest by shortages. It all went
  19. Spec lovers rejoice, the first laptops with 128GB of RAM is officially upon us. There’s no way around it: 128GB of RAM is major overkill, but I’ll never say no to having the option. Lenovo’s ThinkPad P52 is not only available with 128GB of RAM, but maxing it out results in one of the best laptops you can currently buy with a 4K 15.6-inch display, eighth generation Intel hexacore processor, Nvidia Quadro P3200 graphics card and 6GB of storage. Just like any powerful computer, the ThinkPad P52 is VR ready. It also has two Thunderbolt 3 ports
  20. The publication by WikiLeaks of documents it says are from the CIA's secret hacking program describe tools that can turn a world of increasingly networked, camera- and microphone-equipped devices into eavesdroppers. Smart televisions and automobiles now have on-board computers and microphones, joining the ubiquitous smartphones, laptops and tablets that have had microphones and cameras as standard equipment for a decade. That the CIA has created tools to turn them into listening posts surprises no one in the security community. Q: How Worried Should Consumers Be Who Have Su
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