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eWEEK PROCESSOR ANALYSIS: While Optane can't quite match DRAM in speed, it has the advantage of persistence. That is, it doesn't need electricity to retain its state, and this can be very valuable to an enterprise system.
eWEEK PROCESSOR ANALYSIS: We are seeing a major change in how we think of PC graphics, and it shouldn’t be a surprise that NVIDIA is leading the way.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: For those working from home--given there is a massive shortage of good laptops at the moment--this might be a time to consider an AMD product, assuming you can get one before they run out.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: With its new Enduro line of devices--which includes ruggedized laptops and notebooks--Acer is jumping right in to compete with more established device makers such as Dell, Samsung and Panasonic.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Dell’s new Latitude 9510 2-in-1 is a prime example of the innovations that customers can expect from a vendor that understands the needs of workers and workplaces as well as Dell.
eWEEK CLOUD PERSPECTIVE: GeForce Now is a production cloud gaming platform that performs as a showcase for what NVIDIA’s technology can do when properly implemented and configured in a cloud solution. It may be running cloud desktop PCs in the near future.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: This new convertible tablet is a personal computer that adjusts to your situation, rather than the user having to adjust to the device’s capability.
eWEEK MOBILE DEVICE ANALYSIS: Microsoft’s new Surface Duo has the potential to do what the company has never done successfully: force a market pivot to a new model.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The new 14-inch laptops and 2-in-1s are based on the company’s flagship Latitude business devices and offer sleek machined aluminum or carbon fiber designs, edge-to-edge display and new touchpad and modernized keyboard features.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: Our reviewer, Rob Enderle, contrasts two very different products that are both targeting similar opportunities.
eWEEK IT HARDWARE ANALYSIS: Since the System z15 launch on Sept. 12, 2019, IBM has reported that it has “shipped the highest MIPS (millions of instructions per second – a measure of raw compute power being used on Z mainframes) in history in Q4 2019, driven by growth in new workloads.”
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: Simple USB device enables native support of any video meeting service.