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Microsoft to radically redesign Surface tablets in 2019

by | Sunday, June 17, 2018 | 0 comment(s)
Microsoft to radically redesign Surface tablets in 2019

Project “Carmel” is the code name for the Surface Pro 6, which is really all we know about it for the time being, aside from rumors hinting to the possibility that this product will be designed to directly compete with Apple iPad Pro and Chromebook devices, by offering consumers configurations with a competitive price point that even Google might have a hard time matching, considering that the Pro 6 is expected to run the full desktop version of Windows 10.

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AMD and Intel go head-to-head full throttle this year to power your next Windows 10 PC focused on massive numbers of cores

by | Thursday, June 7, 2018 | 0 comment(s)
AMD and Intel go head-to-head full throttle this year to power your next Windows 10 PC focused on massive numbers of cores

AMD’s 2nd generation Ryzen Threadripper has been announced in the wake of Intel’s own fanfare, with a thunder-clap. The 32-core Threadripper 2 pushes the limits with a 12 nanometers dye, 64 threads, and 64MB of L3 cache, built on the Zen+ architecture, clapping back at Intel, as the ultimate supercomputing behemoth, at least until this coming Winter.

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No, Microsoft’s $400 Surface Tablet does not need to compete against the Apple iPad

by | Friday, May 18, 2018 | 0 comment(s)
No, Microsoft’s $400 Surface Tablet does not need to compete against the Apple iPad

The latest is that Microsoft is about to introduce a cheaper edition of Surface, supposedly priced at $400. The new device will have a 10-inch screen, and will run Windows 10 in “S” mode, a slimmed-down Windows 10 configuration available at a cheaper price, with the option to upgrade to Pro, and designed to work exclusively with Microsoft Store apps.

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