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Toyota and Honda prep true electric car pivots to match Tesla's EV production costs and performance - NotebookCheck.net News
Toyota is looking for ways to cut EV production costs and increase their performance in order to catch up with Tesla's profit-per-vehicle that outnumbers it eightfold. Honda, on the other hand, another latecomer to the electric car era, is now becoming CATL's second largest battery customer after Tesla.
GOKKCL portable power stations with up to 2,000 W power and solar charging begin crowdfunding - NotebookCheck.net News
A Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for the GOKKCL 2000 and GOKKCL 1200 portable power stations has been launched. The devices have a range of outputs, including USB-A and 100 W USB-C ports. Plus, AC outputs provide a maximum power of 2,000 W and 1,200 W, respectively.
Samsung Galaxy Watch5: Amazon reduces regular and Pro models in multiple colours - NotebookCheck.net News
The Galaxy Watch5 and Galaxy Watch5 Pro may only be a few months old, but Samsung and Amazon have sought to include all Galaxy Watch5 series models in their Black Friday promotions. Now starting at US$229 for the cheapest Galaxy Watch5 during Black Friday, the Galaxy Watch5 series tops out at US$429.99 for the LTE version of the Galaxy Watch5 Pro.
EcoFlow RIVER 2 portable power station with up to 1,600 W power and 768 Wh battery revealed - NotebookCheck.net News
EcoFlow has unveiled the RIVER 2 range of portable power stations. Three models are available; the range-topping Pro model has a 768 Wh battery and an 800 W power output. In X-Boost mode, you can double the power to 1,600 W, enabling you to use the gadget with devices like a microwave.
OUKITEL P2001 portable power station delivers sustainable power for camping activities and home appliances - NotebookCheck.net News
Packing a 2000 Wh capacity (4000 Wh peak), the P2001 portable power generator from OUKITEL is ideal for off-grid camping activities, plus it doubles as a reliable home backup power supply during outages. (Sponsored article)
Nvidia talks mobile platform and its increasing development costs - NotebookCheck.net News
Nvidia reveals current trends in the mobile CPU market and challenges when developing future mobile chips
Acer reduces 2011 tablet and notebook shipment goals - NotebookCheck.net News
New cuts are reportedly a result of company restructuring and fierce competition in the tablet market
Apple reduces commissions to App Store affiliates by 64% - NotebookCheck.net News
Apple's App Store affiliates will now earn 2.5% for apps downloaded via their affiliate ID, down from 7%.
Razer finally reduces both bezels and bling on their Razer Blade Stealth - NotebookCheck.net News
Razer is targeting the boardroom over the livingroom with their new gunmetal grey finish for the Razer Blade Stealth ultrabook, doing away with the RGB backlighting and glowing green logo. Instead of huge bezels with a smallish 12.5-inch screen, the new Stealth will just have regular ones with a 13.3-inch display in both QHD and QHD+ resolutions. The new Stealth is selling for US$300 more than the previous generation.
Firefox 55 reduces startup time by 90 percent and memory usage by 75 percent - NotebookCheck.net News
A Mozilla developer has tested multiple versions of the browser and found that the current beta version improves startup times by over 90% and reduces memory usage by 75% when compared to the latest stable version. While these results are specific to the extreme test profile and operating system used, they show that we can expect a positive performance improvement from the next release of Firefox.
Jingling reduces the JingPad A1 tablet by 45% following bootloader unlock and Android ROM source code publication - NotebookChec
The JingPad A1 is available for a hefty discount, with the tablet starting at US$384.45 for a short time. Jingling has also published Android ROM source code for the 11-inch tablet and now allows people to unlock the JingPad A1's bootloader. Ongoing support for JingOS could be scaled back though, as Jingling looks to downsize operations.
Fujitsu Lifebook A3510: With Power Delivery, maintenance cover, and DVD burner - NotebookCheck.net News
Fujitsu's 15.6-inch laptop produces relatively low emissions, does not weigh too much (1.8 kg, ~4 lb), and offers a DVD drive. Windows 10 Pro serves as the operating system (upgradable to Windows 11). A positive feature is the maintenance flap that gives access to the SSD, RAM, and battery.
Apple drastically reduces the trade-in value of Android smartphones - NotebookCheck.net News
Apple has significantly reduced the amount of discount users get when they trade in their Android smartphones for an Apple device. For instance, where Apple used to give US$325 for the Galaxy S21 5G, the company now gives US$260. The reduction in value is reflected throughout Samsung’s flagship phone lineup.
Silicon Power releases three new power banks - NotebookCheck.net News
More compact than Silicon Power's previous power banks, the new Dash C50, Cell C100, and Share C200 feature a high-quality Lithium-polymer battery encased in a plastic body. These accessories come in black or white, are capable of charging two devices simultaneously, and provide a capacity of 5,000, 10,000, and 20,000 mAh.
iPhone XS Max component costs revealed - NotebookCheck.net News
If there’s one thing that matches the size of the new iPhone XS Max models from Apple, it is their price. If you want to know how much money of yours the Cupertino giant is sticking straight into its bank account, read on. If you don't, it might be best to look away.
Second-gen Moto E comes with Lollipop and costs $99 USD - NotebookCheck.net News
The second iteration of Motorola's budget smartphone has a 4.5-inch display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor, 4G LTE connectivity, and comes loaded with Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Samsung Power Sharing Cable turns smartphones and tablets into power banks - NotebookCheck.net News
This $20 USD accessory has micro USB connectors on both ends, thus allowing its users to turn Samsung smartphones and tablets into portable power banks.
Micromax launches Evok Note and Evok Power handsets - NotebookCheck.net News
These new handsets use MediaTek processors and run Android Marshmallow, both coming with generous batteries and decent specs. They go on sale today exclusively via Flipkart, starting at less than $110 USD.
PiJuice Zero: An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) for the Raspberry Pi Zero that costs US$45 - NotebookCheck.net News
Based on the PiJuice HAT released in 2016, the PiJuice Zero allows the Raspberry Pi Zero to be used on the go away from a power outlet. Pi Supply has developed a software suite to help get you started and has included a low-profile to keep the overall build size small. The PiJuice Zero is available to order on Crowd Supply now for US$45 with orders shipping worldwide on October 31.
AMD trolls NVIDIA over the size, power requirements and the 12-pin power connectors of the RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 - NotebookCheck
AMD is seemingly in a buoyant mood, trolling NVIDIA about the size and power requirements of its RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 cards. The red team has poked fun at NVIDIA's new 12-pin power connector too, but responses online suggest that AMD has misunderstood why people are excited about the likes of the RX 6800 XT and RX 6900 XT.
Logitech ERGO M575 wireless trackball mouse reduces fatigue with less movement - NotebookCheck.net News
Logitech has rolled out its latest trackball-based mouse. The ERGO M575 is designed for use in small spaces and also aims to reduce arm and hand fatigue with thumb-based scrolling greatly reducing overall movement and effort.
Xiaomi's new OLED TV is transparent and costs a numbing US$7,200 - NotebookCheck.net News
After the release of the 65-inch Mi TV Master Series last month, Xiaomi is back with its second OLED TV yet. The new Mi TV Lux OLED Transparent Edition is, well, transparent, and probably does a great job of looking really cool. If you can afford the US$7,200 MSRP, that is.
Caviar Cyberphone: An iPhone and Cybertruck mashup that costs over US$18,000 - NotebookCheck.net News
Caviar, a company known for offering elaborately-customised smartphones, has announced the Cyberphone, an US$18,000 version of the iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max. As its name suggests, Caviar has taken the design of the Tesla Cybertruck and morphed it into a smartphone. Because why not, right?
Judge reduces Apple's reward in patent battle with Samsung - NotebookCheck.net News
Federal judge cuts over 40% from previous $1.05 billion verdict due to jury calculation error
Qualcomm Dual Station technology reduces Wi-Fi 6 latency and jitter for games played on Windows 11 - NotebookCheck.net News
The new FastConnect chips from Qualcomm simultaneously harness two separate bands and can thus lower latency and jitter by a factor of four compared to Wi-Fi 6 solutions that only connect via a single band. This technology can benefit online gaming and live communication applications. It is currently offered on select devices from Acer and Lenovo powered by Windows 11.