Price matters to you at the starting level and you can later add the MicroSD card for more storage. You're impressed by yet another camera improvement and new display technology. You think it's a pretty safe bet that this so-called 5G revolution is going to be more like improved 4G over the next two years. Another theme on this point is that you're not necessarily into streaming content on your data plan and use WiFi a ton anyway. You're an enterprise with employees upgrading and you want a middle-of-the-road device at a reasonable price. Let's face it: Only CEOs are going to get the Galaxy S10 5G and even the top execs may have to make a case for the foldable contraption.Wait for the Galaxy S10 5G and buy it in the second quarter if... … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10: Which model should you buy?
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Component Cost 4GB 1600MHz DDR3 RAM (2 x 2GB) $37 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 RAM (2 x 4GB) $59 16GB 1600MHz DDR3 RAM (2 x 8GB) $115 128GB SSD (M.2 2280, SATA) $65 256GB SSD (M.2 2280, SATA) $110 512GB SSD (M.2 2280, SATA) $233 128GB SSD (M.2 2280, PCIe x4) $143 256GB SSD (M.2 2280, PCIe x4) $256 512GB SSD (M.2 2280, PCIe x4) $510 The unfortunate thing is that there aren't many M.2 SSDs for regular end users to buy right now—you have nowhere near the same number of options as you do with 2.5-inch drives or even older mSATA cards. Faster PCI Express-compatible M.2 SSDs are even rarer and roughly twice as expensive. Expect this to change as the big players in the SSD space begin developing and shipping more M.2 drives, but that doesn't really help you if you're trying to piece together a NUC today. … [Read more...] about Review: Intel’s Broadwell mini PC is a next-generation Ultrabook in a box
Broadwell's integrated GPUs (so far) Haswell GPUs EUs and peak clocks Replacement Broadwell GPUs EUs and peak clocks Intel Iris 5100 (28W GT3) 40 @ 1100 to 1200MHz Intel Iris 6100 (28W GT3) 48 @ 1000 to 1100MHz Intel HD 5000 (GT3) 40 @ 1000 to 1100MHz Intel HD 6000 (GT3) 48 @ 950 to 1000MHz Intel HD 4400 (GT2) 20 @ 950 to 1100MHz Intel HD 5500 (GT2) 24 @ 850 to 950MHz Intel HD 4200 (GT2) 20 @ 850MHz Intel HD 5300 (GT2) 24 @ 800 to 850MHz Intel HD Graphics (GT1) 10 @ 1000MHz Intel HD Graphics (GT1) 12 @ 800MHz Today we're getting a total of four different GPUs, all based on the same architecture but with different levels of performance. At the top of the range are the Iris 6100 and the HD 6000, replacing Haswell's Iris 5100 and HD 5000. Both of these GPUs are referred to internally as "GT3," which denotes a chip 48 of the "execution units" (EUs) that form the building blocks of all the integrated GPUs. The main difference … [Read more...] about Broadwell U arrives: Faster laptop CPUs and GPUs from Core i7 to Celeron
But Apple appears to have done what it can to keep the power on—the logic board (Apple-speak for "motherboard") takes up a comparatively tiny amount of the MacBook's interior volume. As you might expect, the rest is all battery—"terraced, contoured" battery, according to Phil Schiller. Apple says the new MacBook will last "all day," with nine hours of Web browsing and 10 hours of iTunes movie playback. … [Read more...] about Apple reveals new 12” retina-display MacBook
The non-Retina Airs are also joined by a brand-new 12-inch MacBook with a Retina display. That laptop is something of a departure from the current design—it doesn’t have a fan, but uses fewer ports and a slower Intel Core M processor. We have more details on the new MacBook here. For now, your options are to go with a slower MacBook with a better display, or more powerful Airs with lesser displays. … [Read more...] about Apple updates non-Retina MacBook Airs and the 13” Retina MacBook Pro