AMD announces a 3rd-gen Threadripper chip that's smaller than some had expected, and confirms that it's doubling down on producing more high-end Ryzen processors. Unfortunately, that will mean a delay in the Ryzen 9 3950X.
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Great battery life, reliable connectivity, durable build quality, trigger stops, grip buttons, and swappable stick layouts—the Astro C40 does it all. It's an excellent high-end controller option.
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The Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro have giant screens, huge batteries, and lots of cameras—but there is nary a Google app to be found.
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Huawei's first flagship since the company was kicked out of the Google ecosystem has finally been revealed.
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Lenovo's ThinkBook 13s notebook PC offers substantial value, building off of Lenovo's expertise in business PCs. Consumers will appreciate the excellent audio and solid battery life.
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The ThinkBook 13s is an adept workplace PC that’s not super-powerful but it is nice to look at and easy to rely on.
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