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The fully-optioned Tesla Model X electric SUV costs a huge $143,750

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Technology in Vehicles | Posted: 2 hours, 23 mins ago

If you've got $143,750 burning a hole in your pocket, why not get yourself (or me if you're feeling generous) the new Tesla Motors Model X electric SUV.

 

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The fully tricked out model, including the Ludicrous mode, towing and cold weather packages will set you back $143,750. The limited edition first-run 'Signature Series' Model X will cost $132,000 - so the additional extras are only costing $11,750 more which isn't too bad at all. The Signature Series Model X will include every feature that Tesla offers, including Autopilot.

Toshiba announces 12.5' Satellite Radius 12 2-in-1 convertible laptop

By: Michael Hatamoto | More News: Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones | Posted: 2 hours, 30 mins ago

The Toshiba Digital Products Division (DPD) has announced the Satellite Radius 12, a new compact 2-in-1 12.5" convertible laptop supporting a 4K UHD display.

 

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The laptop supports the 12.5-inch diagonal IPS touchscreen display (3840x2160), and runs the 6th Gen Intel Core processor. It weighs just 2.8 pounds, and has been designed to be an ultimate travel companion for power users on the go. It also supports Laptop, Tablet, Tabletop, Presentation and Audience modes.

 

"Toshiba has made significant investments to deliver an exceptional customer experience across its portfolio of Windows devices," said Peter Han, VP of worldwide OEM at Microsoft. "Toshiba's Satellite Radius 12 provides an optimized experience that allows customers to take advantage of some of the exciting new features in Windows 10 including Windows Hello."

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Halo 5 opening cinematic teases a bunch of stuff you can't do in-game

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Gaming | Posted: 3 hours, 59 mins ago

The release of Halo 5 isn't far away, with Microsoft and 343 Industries releasing the cinematic trailer to Halo 5: Guardians, which you can check out below.

 

 

Hollywood star Nathan Fillion of Firefly fame is featured, with some pretty balls to the wall action. Unfortunately, most of it can't be done within the game, which sucks. Other than that, Halo 5: Guardians is an Xbox One exclusive hitting Microsoft's console on October 27.

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The new Nexus 5 will feature 1080p display, 6-core CPU and USB Type-C

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones | Posted: 4 hours, 41 mins ago

The rumors of Google unveiling a new smartphone have been around for a while now, but it looks like the Mountain View-based search giant will be announcing a new Nexus smartphone on September 29.

 

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But now we have more specifications on the new Nexus handsets, which will reportedly come in a 5.2-inch and 5.7-inch device. The 5.2-inch Nexus will be constructed by LG while Huawei will handle the 5.7-inch variant. The 5.2-inch Nexus will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 808 processor, with 3GB of RAM. The 5.2-inch display will feature the 1080p resolution, it will arrive in 16GB and 32GB variants, pack a 12.3-megapixel rear-facing camera, a USB Type-C port, 2700mAh battery, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

 

This will be quite the upgrade over the original Nexus 5, which packed a 1080p display but small 2300mAh battery. We should expect more details on both new Nexus smartphones on September 29.

MSI shows off new gaming notebooks powered by Intel Skylake

By: Michael Hatamoto | More News: Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones | Posted: 5 hours, 30 mins ago

Consumer electronics company MSI has announced it has included Intel's 6th Generation Core i7 processors in some of its gaming laptops.

 

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The Skylake CPUs are available in the GT72 Dominator Pro G, GS70 Stealth and GS60 Ghost, GE62 and GE72 Apache Pro gaming laptops. Gaming laptops from MSI with Intel 6th Generation Core i7 processors will launch beginning on September 27, though pricing hasn't been released by the company.

 

"Intel's newest processors deliver extraordinary performance and energy savings, resulting in longer gaming sessions on the go," said Andy Tung, president of MSI Pan America. "MSI understands the importance of immersive-ness and we've equipped our gaming laptops with features that perfectly complement the new processor to deliver the ultimate gaming experience."

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EVGA will soon be entering the enthusiast gaming notebook market

By: Steven Bassiri | More News: Laptops | Posted: 6 hours, 45 mins ago

It might be the introduction of high performance unlocked K-series mobile processors from Intel, but EVGA has decided to enter the gaming notebook market. At IDF, Intel hinted that EVGA would be bringing a gaming notebook to market featuring a new Skylake mobile CPU.

 

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EVGA is traditionally known for their aftermarket video cards and motherboards, and they have a large following of enthusiasts and gamers who want the best hardware in their computers. I contacted our EVGA representative to get more information or even confirmation. According to EVGA marketing, "[EVGA] are working on a new 17-inch thin gaming notebook with very high-end hardware. Plan to launch late this year/early next. 100% EVGA design from the ground up".

 

EVGA is known for their NVIDIA-based GPUs and Intel-based motherboards, so we should expect an Intel CPU and the possibility of a discrete mobile GPU from NVIDIA. We could even go as far as to expect Intel's first K-SKU mobile CPU in EVGA's gaming notebook, but at this time there is no solid confirmation of what hardware will be used in their gaming notebook.

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NVIDIA GRID 2.0 will be powered by Maxwell-based Tesla M60, Tesla M6

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Video Cards | Posted: 7 hours, 40 mins ago

It looks like NVIDIA is really ramping things up for GRID 2.0, so that it can power an insane amount of virtual desktops thanks to its Maxwell GPU architecture.

 

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GRID 2.0 was announced at the VMworld conference yesterday, where NVIDIA unveiled two new video cards based on their Maxwell architecture. The first is a dual-GPU, high-end card in the form of the Tesla M60 while the other is a single-GPU, high-end offering in the Tesla M6. Starting with the Tesla M60, we have 4096 CUDA cores, 16GB of GDDR5 and 7.4 TFLOPS of single precision performance. The Tesla M60 is capable of handling 36 simultaneous H.264 1080p30 streams at once and uses up to 300W of power.

 

The Tesla M6 features just 1536 CUDA cores, 8GB of GDDR5 and it can handle 18 simultaneous H.264 1080p30 streams at once. It arrives on a bare board on its own, using up to 100W of power. NVIDIA is coy on pricing at the moment, with both of the new Maxwell-based Tesla offerings being made available on September 15.

Intel will be pushing eDRAM into its Iris and Iris Pro graphics

By: Steven Bassiri | More News: CPU, APU & Chipsets | Posted: 7 hours, 54 mins ago

Intel took everyone by surprise when they launched the Broadwell 5775C and 5675C desktop SKUs around Computex. The CPUs not only took the crown with the fastest desktop integrated graphics, but they also were able to overclock.

 

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Building upon the success of their Iris Pro line with integrated eDRAM, Intel is adding eDRAM to their more affordable Iris lineup as well. For Skylake, both GT3 and GT4 integrated graphics will feature 22nm eDRAM. The eDRAM will be treated as normal system memory (instead of cache), but should prove to be beneficial for graphics performance.

 

While the 5775C and 5675C were both launched months ago, only recently did they start to sell. Their prices are also sky high, but we hear that there is demand for desktop CPUs with strong integrated graphics. The overclocking potential of the "C" SKUs was also low, the CPUs didn't overclock well. Intel told us that this was due to the mobile nature of Broadwell; transforming the BGA CPU to an LGA CPU proved to be cumbersome because of the eDRAM implementation and expected overclocking capabilities.

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Intel calls their new Skylake CPUs their 'best CPU ever'

By: Steven Bassiri | More News: CPU, APU & Chipsets | Posted: 7 hours, 58 mins ago

As of August 9th Intel had shipped 1 million Skylake CPUs worldwide. The new CPUs will go on sale on September 1st in Asia and in 6 weeks will be available worldwide. While Intel already launched their K series Skylake desktop SKUs last month, they are now announcing the launch of their entire introductory Skylake lineup including both desktop and mobile segments.

 

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Intel predicts that Skylake will last approximately 4 years, meaning that we should expect even more SKUs in the future. A lot of microarchitecture information was disclosed during technical sessions at IDF and I already wrote that up here.

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ASRock unveils the H2R, a Chromecast-like HDMI dongle

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones | Posted: 9 hours, 21 mins ago

Seriously, I can't live without my Chromecast. It's just that good, and now ASRock has just unveiled something just as interesting in its new H2R (HDMI 2-in-1 router).

 

 

The new ASRock H2R acts as a travel router, but it moonlights as both an Ethernet adapter, or an HDMI dongle that mimics the abilities of Apple TV or the aforementioned Chromecast from Google. The ASRock H2R will provide wireless Internet, an Ethernet adapter - or alternatively if you want to plug it into the HDMI port on your TV or monitor, it will mirror cast or project your smartphone or tablet onto your TV.

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