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Lenovo ThinkPad E14 and E15 get AMD’s Ryzen 4000

Lenovo ThinkPad E14 and E15 get AMD’s Ryzen 4000

Lenovo has a bevy of new ThinkPad E Series notebooks, all packing AMD's Ryzen 4000 Series processors. The Lenovo ThinkPad E14 and E15 can be fitted out with up the AMD Ryzen 7 4700U CPU, and though they're focused particularly on small and medium sized businesses, there's plenty here that consumers might like too.

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ASRock Z490 AQUA is a limited-edition water-cooled motherboard for gamers

ASRock Z490 AQUA is a limited-edition water-cooled motherboard for gamers

Nothing shouts "gamer" or "PC modder" than an LED light show of a desktop PC tower, or at least that seems to be the line of thinking that ASRock wants to convey. Of course, that's pretty much the stereotypical image most people have of PC gamers and users who love to customize their desktops. Of course, those aren't just for show and often allude to the power that lies inside. That may exactly be the case with ASRock's latest flagship motherboard whose futuristic design matches the advanced water-cooling technology inside.

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Surface Go 2 adds bigger screen to affordable Windows tablet

Surface Go 2 adds bigger screen to affordable Windows tablet

Microsoft has revealed the Surface Go 2, its second-generation of affordable 2-in-1 Windows tablet, with a bigger display and more performance. Announced today, the Surface Go 2 now gets a 10.5-inch PixelSense display, while inside there are up to 8th generation Intel Core M processors.

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Microsoft Surface Book 3 revealed: 13″ and 15″ get big performance boost

Microsoft Surface Book 3 revealed: 13″ and 15″ get big performance boost

Microsoft's Surface Book 3 has debuted, and if you've been in the market for a potent convertible Windows notebook with the latest Intel quad-core processors, you're in luck. Billed as Microsoft's most powerful laptop ever, the Surface Book 3 will be offered in two sizes - 13-inches or 15-inches - with both using the company's clever detachable tablet-screen design.

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The 13-inch MacBook Pro exposes the hole in Apple’s display range

The 13-inch MacBook Pro exposes the hole in Apple’s display range

Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro is the Magic Keyboard upgrade that many would-be buyers have been waiting for, but with those controversial keys out of the way, the wish-list moves on to another gap in the range. Unlike with the 16-inch MacBook Pro launched late last year, 2020's entry-level MacBook Pro didn't step up a screen size. That means many people will be wanting to plug in an external display.

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HP’s new Chromebooks have two features every laptop needs

HP’s new Chromebooks have two features every laptop needs

HP has revealed a set of new Chromebooks, and while the Chrome OS notebooks may be intended for business, features like being able to clean them with disinfecting wipes could find some appeal at home in this age of coronavirus. The HP Elite c1030 Chromebook Enterprise packages Chrome OS in a sleek 13.5-inch notebook, with an integrated privacy screen to keep away prying eyes.

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Super Mario 64 native PC port supports 4K and Xbox controllers

Super Mario 64 native PC port supports 4K and Xbox controllers

Almost every Super Mario title has been a hit but a few have become milestones in gaming history for one reason or another. Super Mario 64 is the prime example of that, being the first of its kind to land not only on the new (in 1996 at least) Nintendo 64 console, it was also the first in that series to jump into three-dimensional space. That monumental title in Nintendo's history is scheduled for a revival but not before fans have released a PC port that requires no emulator to play.

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AR experiment uses AI to cut and paste real-world things into Photoshop

AR experiment uses AI to cut and paste real-world things into Photoshop

Augmented or mixed reality experiences often involve placing virtual objects alongside real-world things as seen through glasses or on phone screens. Doing the reverse, that is, placing real-world objects into digital canvases and in real-time, isn't so common and not that easy either. That, however, is the almost magical accomplishment that AI programmer and UX designer Cyril Diagne accomplished, letting you "cut and paste" real-world things into a Photoshop canvas.

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Windows 10X will come to single-screen laptops first

Windows 10X will come to single-screen laptops first

Microsoft will launch Windows 10X on single-screen devices first, it's been confirmed today, flipping the script on the special version of the OS that had initially been promised for dual-screen Windows devices. Panos Panay, Chief Product Officer for Windows and Devices at Microsoft, confirmed the change in strategy, suggesting that the computing landscape has changed dramatically since the first roadmap was shared in October of last year.

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Samsung Galaxy Book Flex and Ion launch in the US with big battery promises

Samsung Galaxy Book Flex and Ion launch in the US with big battery promises

Samsung is launching a handful of ultrabooks today, bringing the Galaxy Book Flex, Galaxy Book Flex Alpha, and the Galaxy Book Ion to the United States. All three of these laptops share similar specifications in some areas while being different in others. All three, for instance, offer a FHD QLED display, and all of them use Intel's 10th-gen Core processors.

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HP Omen reveals 25L and 30L desktops, 165Hz gaming monitor

HP Omen reveals 25L and 30L desktops, 165Hz gaming monitor

HP today is revealing a handful of new Omen products for PC gamers. The reveals comprise two new desktops and a new display, with the desktops sporting some high-end hardware (depending, of course, on your configuration). Intel fans will have the option of up to a 10th-gen Core i9-10900K CPU, while the AMD adherents among us will be able to outfit their rig with a 7nm Ryzen 9 3900 CPU, if they so choose.

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New 13-inch MacBook Pro (2020) – How to choose wisely

New 13-inch MacBook Pro (2020) – How to choose wisely

Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro follows its bigger sibling with an improved keyboard and an uptick in performance, but there's a bigger decision to be made than just screen size. The 2020 refresh of the smaller MacBook Pro creates two distinct tiers within the 13-inch screen size, and the differences between them are arguably more obvious than ever. Here's what you need to know...

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