PC world
18  octobre     14h30
Goal Zero Yeti 1000X Portable Power Station review: Expandable back up power, at a premium
Jason Cipriani    Goal Zero’s Yeti 1000x Portable Power Station is impressive. It better be, for the price. At 1,400, the 1000X has plenty of capacity to power small appliances, and if you purchase a 250 Yeti Home Integration Kit from Goal Zero, you can connect the 1000X to your home’s electrical system to power...
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How to get Windows 11 for free
Alaina Yee    Technically, Windows 11 isn’t free. If you don’t already have a Windows PC (or spare product key), you have to pay for a license. But an upgrade to Microsoft’s newest operating system costs nothing. For the foreseeable future, compatible Windows 10 laptops and desktop computers can move up to...
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Silicon Power XD80 NVMe SSD review: Good performance for a great price
Jon L. Jacobi    The Silicon Power XD80 is four lane (x4) PCIe 3 NVMe SSD that is sold in 256GB, 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB flavors at least theoretically. We tested the 220 2TB version, but it’s difficult to find in stock online, with only the 110 1TB flavor available at Newegg more times than not. That’s a very good...
15  octobre     23h49
Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable review: An excellent business tablet PC
Mark Hachman    Dell’s Latitude 7320 Detachable rivals what some may call the definitive Windows tablet, the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 . The Latitude 7320 may be a little more expensive, but it also boasts Thunderbolt connectivity, a one-two punch of biometric security options, and a suite of genuinely useful...
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Best Windows tablet 2021: Surface Pro vs. Dell, HP, and Lenovo tablets
Mark Hachman    The best Windows tablets squeeze as much performance, battery life, and features as they can inside their ultraportable form factors. Also sometimes referred to as 2-in-1s, thanks to their ability to function as a laptop with the aid of rotating or removable keyboards, these compact PCs can replace...
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Microsoft offers beta fix for Ryzen performance issues on Windows 11
Mark Hachman    On Friday, Microsoft began testing a fix to eliminate the cache latency issues that have plagued PCs powered by AMD Ryzen processors running Windows 11. However, the patch, part of Windows 11 Build 22000.282, is available just to the Windows Insider Beta and Release channels both opportunities for...
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Intel Alder Lake to offer a non-hybrid version and AVX512, too
Gordon Mah Ung    Intel is planning to offer an 8-core version of its hybrid Alder Lake chip without efficiency cores and will apparently offer AVX512 support too, according to a developer guide released by the company. The two tidbits were in a gaming software developer guide Intel released on its website to help...
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The best graphics cards for PC gaming
Brad Chacos    Most people who are in the market for a new graphics card have one primary question in mind: Which card will give me the most bang for my buck? Obviously, the answer will vary depending on your budget. Beyond that, there are a number of factors to consider: Raw performance is important, but so are...
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How to check what graphics card you have
Marshall Gunnell    Every computer has a graphics processing unit (GPU), and what kind of GPU you have largely determines which applications and games you can smoothly run. Before you buy expensive software, check which GPU you have to make sure your PC can handle it. Why you should know which graphics card you have...
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This ludicrously good 70 Office, AVG bundle keeps you productive and protected
Ian Paul    You can lock down your PC and get productive for a fraction of the usual price right now. Newegg is selling a bundle with one year of Microsoft 365 Family and one year of AVG Internet Security for just 70 combined. That’s 65 off the MSRP of the two products separately, and an absolutely awesome ...