If you were considering making the switch from consoles to PCs when we all switch to calling the current gen PS5 and Xbox Series X, not the next gen, Razer would love your business. His Modular Tomahawk PC – revealed in January – has arrived, based on Intel’s NUC design credentials.
The Tomahawk seems to be aimed at both gamers and people who want to get started with building their own computers. (I think it’s me …)
It’s now on sale in physical stores in the US and on Razer’s official website, but prices start at $ 2,400. That’s a lot for a desktop, apart from the modular kudos. For that money you get the Intel NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element, which packs a Core i9 processor, 16GB DDR4 memory, and a 512GB SSD. There is also a 2TB hard drive to back up the SSD for all your game storage needs.
Several configuration options include NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3080 graphics, but because it’s modular, you can go for something more or less powerful – and, yes, the price will increase accordingly.
For better or worse, it’s not a blank canvas, like building your own PC from scratch – something I’m still petrified of doing although I did several in my teenage years. Simplicity comes at a cost that goes beyond the simple price. Like any modular PC, it is limited by what you can add and by the currently powerful NUC 9 Extreme, which forms the center of that PC. It sounds good in 2020, but how will it look between now and 2022?
Available for streaming at the same time they hit theaters.
The entire list of Warner Bros. 2021 movies – that’s 17 if you count – in the US will launch on HBO Max the same day it premieres in theaters. At no additional cost to the subscription fee, each film will be available for a month, immediately, while many theaters are still closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“We live in unprecedented times that require creative solutions, including this new initiative,” WarnerMedia President and CEO Ann Sarnoff said in a statement. It’s the same strategy the studio uses with the next Wonder Woman 1984, scheduled for December 25. The films of Warner Bros. planned for next year include: Space Jam: a new legacy, The suicide squad, Dune and Matrix 4.
Big Sur looks different, but still works as expected.
So what does Apple’s latest operating system look like? If you’re using a Mac, it’s really just a matter of when you’ll update your system to the latest version, but if you haven’t already taken the leap, Nathan Ingraham can fill in the blanks. Take a moment to read everything that has changed, even if it’s on top of something that “still looks like a Mac – just with a fresh coat of paint.”
Don’t expect to find ZTE’s new phone in the United States.
ZTE has announced that the Axon 20 5G will launch in 11 countries and regions on December 21, including the UK, European Union, Japan and South Korea, although the company has not announced pricing. .
The centerpiece is a 6.92-inch FHD + OLED display (with a 90Hz refresh rate) that uses a combination of materials, display timing, and a “special matrix” to hide a 32-inch selfie camera. megapixels – no cutouts or pop-up cameras required.
That’s really the only notable feature here, with a mix of otherwise mid-range specs. ZTE is still not particularly friendly with the United States on alleged national security concerns, so don’t expect to see the phone on sale. But the future devices? Who knows.