The Surface Book 3 is the better laptop, the Surface Pro 7 the superior tablet The Surface Pro 7 starts at $750 for a Core i3, 4GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD, and maxes out at $2,100 for a Core i7, 16GB of RAM, and a 1TB SSD. The Surface Book 3 is more expensive, starting at $1600 for a Core i5, 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, and Intel Iris graphics only. You can spend as much as $2,700 for a Core i7, 32GB of RAM, a 1TB SSD, and the Nvidia GTX 1650 Max-Q GPU. … [Read more...] about Microsoft Surface Pro 7 vs. Surface Book 3 13: Which 2-in-1 wins?
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The XPS 17’s gaming capability is best when configured with the Nvidia RTX 2060. This is a gaming laptop-class graphics card, and the XPS 17 makes great use of it. Thanks to its new thermal system, the XPS 17 can push the RTX 2060 up to 60 watts. This was the configuration I reviewed, and it made a huge difference in both gaming and video editing. The combination of the eight-core CPU and the RTX 2060 was the fastest laptop for video rendering in Adobe Premiere Pro I’ve ever tested. … [Read more...] about Dell XPS 17 buying guide: Here’s what you must know before opening your wallet
2021: Ryzen 5000 For processors, 2021 may be a slow year for AMD on the desktop CPU side. A leaked road map spreadsheet posted by Twitter user @Komachi_Ensaka revealed that AMD may not have a desktop processor planned for 2021. Though AMD enthusiasts may be disappointed by this rumor, it may not be entirely bad. After years of existing in the shadow of its rival, AMD may feel confident enough in the strength of its existing Ryzen 4000 CPU lineup to compete against Intel’s road map. Intel, after all, is still struggling with 10nm production yields, and it won’t have a 7nm processor until 2021 to catch up with AMD. … [Read more...] about AMD Ryzen and Radeon road map: 2020-21 and beyond
The PlayStation VR successor will likely not be ready to launch alongside the PS5 itself, particularly because the original headset will be compatible with the new system. However, when it does arrive, Sony is planning on using a different controller than the PS3-era PlayStation Move. With the Vive and Oculus ecosystems both making use of touch controls, Sony could be using finger-tracking technology on a new controller. If a patent filing is indicative of final designs, the controller could feature multiple sensors and will be adjustable based on players’ hand sizes. … [Read more...] about Sony PS5: Games, price, specs, release date, and more