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Month: October 2018

Cooler Master’s MasterBox MB511 RGB was inspired by fast cars

Cooler Master has announced the MasterBox MB511 RGB, an affordable chassis with a sleek design and plenty of room for high-end components. The edge-to-edge tempered glass side panel lets you show off all your hardware, while large intakes on each side of the front panel ensure sufficient airflow. The latter is combined with a mesh front …

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The ASUS ProArt PQ22UC is a portable 21.6-inch 4K OLED display

4K displays are generally reserved for desk-bound workstations, but ASUS just made one that you can carry around with you. First announced at CES 2018, the ASUS ProArt PQ22UC is a 21.6-inch 4K OLED display for those who want a top-notch display for the road.  A portable 4K display probably doesn’t rank high on the list …

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Face unlock on Huawei Mate 20 Pro could be fooled by two similar looking users

Face unlock is a key feature of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, but it might not be as secure as the Chinese company has proclaimed it to be. According to Android Pit, the face unlock feature of a pre-released Mate 20 Pro consistently mistakes one staff member for another during its testing. The two staff members have …

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Intel’s mainstream 9th-generation desktop processors will support up to 128GB of RAM

Intel’s mainstream desktop processors haven’t ever supported more than 64GB of RAM. And while there still isn’t a pressing need for a higher cap, Intel is already raising it. The chipmaker confirmed to AnandTech that its mainstream 9th-generation desktop chipscan handle up to 128GB of DDR4 RAM, paving the way for newer and denser memory technology.  Given the current prices of …

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Thin, light and powerful, here’s how LG gram is redefining Ultrabooks

When getting a new notebook, the fundamental question one would need to ask is if you need a gaming capable one or a more compact and portable workhorse. The two notebook types are made for a very different group of users. Very often, the gaming class notebook has miserable battery life, and its build also …

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