A good overview of some of the new Surface hardware that was announced. A little more on whats under the hood of the Surface Pro X, Surface Pro 7 and Laptop 3. As handy as the Pro 7 looks. The Laptop 3 15″ looks more useful to me. The bigger screen and discrete GPU are […]
What was announced was all a little ho hum. Even the presenters seemed a little non plussed although it did get better. I did only watch the edited presentation though. World’s worst kept secret. Google Pixel 4. Pricing here in Australia is ok. Although for just a little more theres the iPhone 11. Its an […]
Platforms. Thats the clear takeaway for computing as a whole. No doubt, its been there for some time. Microsoft pivoting so hard just makes it clear as day. With their October 2nd event, they laid out their hand. Taking a bet in a couple of directions. The key ones being the Surface Pro X, Surface […]
Stellar analysis of AMD’s current state. TLDR, demand for EPYC and the potential revenue is too hard to ignore. AMD having gained some advantages over Intel in this space. Enough that the high end market is switching. So the bulk of AMD’s production targets are shifting that way. Desktop CPUs and GPUs then have to […]
Dark mode. Now coming to motherboards. Well, at least EVGAs anyway. Its like saying, “Once upon a time. All food was organic.”.
Intel just announced their roadmap for storage. Anandtech got the full scoop. Their enterprise storage game is strong. Optane at the enterprise level is going to provide significant benefits in being able to quickly restart / recover and maintain persistent data readily. The final measure, as with anything, will be the price. But for mission […]
Say, “Thank you Apple”. According to Reuters, Apple won some exemptions from the US trade regulators on certain computer parts. Specifically around the new Mac Pro. Partially because they’ll continue to build the Mac Pro in Austin, Texas. The knock on is that these exemptions look to be across the board as it benefits general […]