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Latest Lenovo Legion gaming PCs feature cooler thermals, extended battery life and keyboard improvements review

June 10, 2020

The latest wave of Lenovo Legion PCs equips players with improvements like cooler thermals, keyboard enhancements and extended battery life.The hottest 10th Gen Intel Core H-Series or AMD Ryzen 4000 Series mobile chips power this lineup, and up into the newly announced NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti and RTX 2080 SUPER GPUs using Max-Q Design […]

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Lenovo introduces new Windows 10 detachable laptops review

June 7, 2020

The Lenovo Yoga Duet 7i, that weighs in at 2.55 lbs (for example its folio instance ), is the first-ever Yoga PC using a detachable, backlit Bluetooth (5.0) computer keyboard to allow freestyle functioning manner, and an adjustable kickstand for easier note-taking and viewing. It is compatible with Intel Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+) [1] to get […]

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Switching from Android to iPhone: Here’s where Apple’s phone wins and fails Review

June 1, 2020

Where the iPhone winsApple’s Taptic Engine: Haptics are still an underappreciated but significant characteristic of interacting with a smartphone, also Apple knows this. The”Taptic Engine” is basically a giant vibration engine bolted right to the iPhone’s frame, and it’s excellent. The haptic feedback is tight and strong, surpassing all of Android phones available on the […]

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Logitech’s new headset brings cinematic sound to your games

July 30, 2017

Gaming headsets have gotten a lot more stylish in the past year, with companies like SteelSeries and LucidSound packing cinema-quality sound into catwalk-ready cans. Now, peripheral giant Logitech is taking them on with its newest release, the G533. This $150 headset boasts 7.1 surround sound, a simple-but-classy design and, most important to gamers, wireless capability […]

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Logitech turns your car into an Amazon Alexa controller

July 30, 2017

Amazon’s Alexa platform is no longer confined to the home: Ford, Hyundai and Volkswagen have all revealed plans to integrate the voice assistant into their vehicles. That’s great if you’re a die-hard Amazon customer and in the market for a new car. For the rest of us, Logitech’s aftermarket ZeroTouch mounts and companion app bring […]

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Engadget giveaway: Win a Harmony Elite and Amazon Echo courtesy of Logitech!

July 30, 2017

Logitech’s Harmony series has come a long way and now with the Elite remote control you can do more than ever before. This universal remote not only lets you control all your media devices (from TVs to streaming media players), but it also handles a variety of smart home products. You can use the Harmony […]

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Logitech’s Pop buttons can control Apple HomeKit devices

July 30, 2017

Logitech Smart devices give you more control of your home while simultaneously making it more complicated. Logitech launched its Pop Smart Button last year to help simplify things a bit, and now they’ve made it more useful with Apple HomeKit compatibility. That’ll let you control any HomeKit peripheral using the button, including Honeywell Lyric thermostats, […]

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Logitech’s latest MX mice are ready for your multi-PC setup

July 30, 2017

Logitech Most mice are designed with the assumption that you’ll pair them with one PC at a time. But that’s just not realistic these days — there’s a good chance you have multiple systems. And Logitech thinks it can do something about this with its latest flagship mice. It’s introducing the MX Master 2S (shown […]

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The Intel Core i7-7700K (91W) Review: The New Out-of-the-box Performance Champion

July 30, 2017

The i7-7700K, launched today, is Intel's fastest ever consumer grade processor. Using Intel’s third set of processors at 14nm, using the new 14+ variant, we get processors with a better frequency / voltage curve that translates into more performance, better efficiency, and the potential to push the silicon further and harder. Here is our review.  […]

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Intel Compute Card: A Universal Compute Form-Factor for Different Kinds of Devices

July 30, 2017

At CES 2017, Intel introduced a new form-factor for computing platforms in order to enable easy development, configuration, maintenance, repair and upgrade of various devices. Intel’s Compute Card is as small as a credit card, but, packs everything needed for computing, including the CPU, DRAM, storage, communications and I/O. The first cards are set to […]

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