The Mi Box S is a big leap into the Android TV market, but not because of its own merits but rather the lack of competition.
If you watched the Google presentation from GDC on the 19th of March, you’d have seen something that felt familiar but was new: a game streaming service. Now there have been quite a few of those and most of them came and went. Why? Because getting this to work properly is not as easy as you might think. Enter Google Stadia.
If you are on team red, the 1660 ti might not excite you much. After all, it’s a cut down version of the RTX-series cards from Nvidia. But while waiting for Navi might be a thing, the launch of the 1660
After the Pocophone
Mostly the T-releases from Oneplus have not been too exciting. Just because these were iterations on the non-T model that was released earlier in the year. Enter the 6T. The screen has changed, there is no headphone jack anymore and the notch has (almost) gone. And how about that fingerprint sensor underneath the screen?
So. What do you think happens when a large publication like The Verge publishes a pc build guide that… well… sucks. It contains glaring mistakes and even gives advice that could wreck your brand spanking new components.
Yup, you’ve guessed it… the internet lost its collective $h*t over it. The guide has been taken down by The Verge after the controversy but thanks to the power of Youtube we can still watch every painful second of it in perpetuity. And some of the reaction videos are pretty funny too.
Have you saved up for the next generation of graphics cards? Do you want some Turing? Are you on the green team? Or do you want to be? Today was the release day for the Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 TI reviews. So kick back and let’s enjoy the benchmarks ;-).
All kidding aside, this launch is the first from Nvidia since the 1000-series cards in may 2016. Of course, AMD has launched Vega a little more recently.
Apart from the funny name, Schiit audio is creating some of the most popular audio equipment on the market. One of those popular products is the Schiit Fulla 2, a DAC/AMP combo priced at a mere $99.
A DAC/AMP is a nice solution if you want to upgrade your pc audio from the onboard audio to something a bit fancier. It takes your audio equipment out of your noisy Pc-case and puts it in a sleek USB package. The combo package also cranks up the quality of the sound and gives you the possibility to use somewhat higher end headphones with a higher impedance than your onboard audio. So this device is not exactly something you would use for your bargain bin IEM’s, but rather for those high-end AKGs or Senheisers.
AMD really did try with the 2990WX to offer something that was reachable for consumers that Intel wasn’t offering. I say reachable but I fully understand that an $1800 price tag isn’t exactly reachable. That and chances are that this part won’t be in stock for a while. Cool about this launch is that AMD is keeping the same motherboards. That means that you won’t have to buy anything other than the processor if you decide to upgrade.