PCWorld http://www.wrvmnb.icu en-us Sat, 14 Nov 2020 11:21:19 -0800 Sat, 14 Nov 2020 11:21:19 -0800 Best gaming laptops: Know what to look for and which models rate highest Fri, 13 Nov 2020 15:01:00 -0800 Gordon Mah Ung, Melissa Riofrio Gordon Mah Ung, Melissa Riofrio

The gaming laptop landscape is experiencing an earthquake-like shift. With the near-simultaneous launches of?AMD’s Ryzen 4000?and Intel’s Comet Lake-H mobile CPUs, we have a real fight for the first time ever, focusing on Ryzen 4000’s cores vs. Comet Lake-H’s clock speeds. We have to say, Ryzen 4000 is looking awfully good--check out our new top budget 15-inch laptop, the Acer Nitro 5, below. Meanwhile, Nvidia has unveiled a new generation of mobile graphics technologies. Check out our top picks immediately below, and keep reading to catch up on the latest news and reviews.?

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The best laptops: Premium laptops, budget laptops, 2-in-1s, and more Fri, 13 Nov 2020 14:28:00 -0800 Gordon Mah Ung, Melissa Riofrio Gordon Mah Ung, Melissa Riofrio

The best laptops of 2020 are part of a pitched battle between AMD and Intel:?Ryzen 4000’s cores vs. Core’s clock speeds. Most recently,?Intel launched its Tiger Lake CPUs for thin-and-light laptops, promising yet again that thanks to flexible clock speeds, and its potent new Iris Xe discrete graphics, it would hammer Ryzen 4000. Or so Intel says. And meanwhile, AMD’s laptop share is increasing. Check out the latest news and reviews, along with our top picks below. Looking for holiday laptop deals? We have those—and much more, in our Black Friday deal roundups.?

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Did you just get your iPhone 12 mini or iPhone 12 Pro Max? Do these things first! Fri, 13 Nov 2020 08:00:00 -0800 Jason Cross Jason Cross Before you even peel the plastic off your new iPhone 12 mini or iPhone 12 Pro Max (or maybe even a new iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro), read this setup guide. https://www.macworld.com/article/3586735/new-iphone-12-setup-guide-tips-do-these-things-first.html#tk.rss_all Mobile iPhone Xbox Series X vs. gaming PCs: Fight! Fri, 13 Nov 2020 07:24:00 -0800 Brad Chacos Brad Chacos

Are you on the hunt for a totally new gaming machine, only interested in gaming, and want as much raw firepower as possible for your money? Then you might want to consider the $500 Xbox Series X that launched on November 10. There’s no way you can even come close to building a Series X-equivalent PC for anywhere near the $500 price tag of Microsoft’s next-generation console. We tried.

But in the battle of Xbox Series X versus gaming PCs, there’s a lot more to consider than just pricing. Let’s dig in.

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Dash cam reviews: Catch the maniacs and meteors of daily driving Fri, 13 Nov 2020 06:15:00 -0800 Jon L. Jacobi Jon L. Jacobi

The dash cam market is changing fast, as vendors hop on to the 4K-resolution bandwagon. We can’t deny the allure of supercrisp 4K images. But there are caveats, which we’ll discuss below and in the individual reviews.?

Say, did you buy an Owl Car Cam? After the startup Owl Cameras Inc. shut down abruptly, users were stuck with expensive dash cams and no support. But there’s hope! Xirgo Technologies, the company that acquired Owl Cameras Inc.’s intellectual property, has partnered with CallPass to take over the consumer service. Read more about the rehatching of Owlcam, and stay tuned for reviews of the new Owlcam products promised later this year.

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Tested: Do high refresh rate monitors make games faster? Fri, 13 Nov 2020 05:43:00 -0800 Brad Chacos Brad Chacos

PC gamers know that high refresh rate monitors make games look smoother. But do higher refresh rate displays make games feel smoother, too? After getting our grubby paws on gear that measures system latency, we can definitely say that yes, fast monitors provide more responsive gameplay experiences for esports enthusiasts—though its effectiveness depends on the visual settings you’re using to play those games, and the tangible benefits taper off the faster you go.

We recently received a 1080p Asus ROG Swift PG259QNR display in our labs. This silky-smooth 360Hz G-Sync monitor runs a whopping six times faster than a typical 60Hz screen. Better yet, it comes with Nvidia’s Reflex Latency Analyzer tool. Built into select 360Hz G-Sync Esports monitors, Nvidia Reflex Analyzer can measure how long it takes for your mouse clicks to register as an action on-screen.?Check out our Nvidia Reflex primer if you want to learn more about GeForce’s suite of responsiveness-focused features.?

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Serena by Lutron Smart Wood Blinds review: Pretty enough, but also pretty expensive Fri, 13 Nov 2020 03:00:00 -0800 Michael Brown Michael Brown Wood blinds look more elegant than fabric shades, but their greater mass limits the onboard motor in this smart model to tilting the slats—you’ll need to raise and lower the blinds by hand. https://www.techhive.com/article/3597008/serena-by-lutron-smart-wood-blinds-review.html#tk.rss_all Lighting Connected Home Home Tech The best smart shades: These luxurious window treatments blend high tech with high fashion Fri, 13 Nov 2020 03:00:00 -0800 Michael Brown Michael Brown Smart, motorized shades and blinds cost a pretty penny, but do they ever bring the wow. https://www.techhive.com/article/3569091/best-smart-shades.html#tk.rss_all Lighting Connected Home Home Tech Vava VD009 Dash Cam review: Excellent features and video Fri, 13 Nov 2020 01:12:00 -0800 Jon L. Jacobi Jon L. Jacobi

Vava’s VD009 dash cam takes some of the most detailed video we’ve seen—day and night, front and interior. We were slightly disappointed that it doesn’t feature Vava’s usual hockey-puck form factor, but given its features and performance—we’ll get over it. That’s a joke folks; it’s a very nice dash cam, even if it is a little pricey ($180 on Amazon).

This review is part of our ongoing roundup of the best dash cams. Go there for information on competing products and how we tested them.

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Roku Ultra (2020) review: Incremental improvements Thu, 12 Nov 2020 14:54:00 -0800 Jared Newman Jared Newman Roku's high-end streaming box has more to like than ever, but still might leave you wanting more. https://www.techhive.com/article/3586188/roku-ultra-2020-review.html#tk.rss_all Streaming Hardware Cord Cutting Home Theater Entertainment Consumer Electronics Google Roku Inc. I really really want to buy an M1 MacBook Pro. Here’s why I’m not yet Thu, 12 Nov 2020 04:00:00 -0800 Michael Simon Michael Simon Apple's new M1 MacBooks are closer than ever to the update I've wanted for years, but I'm still saving my money. https://www.macworld.com/article/3596134/apple-m1-13-inch-macbook-pro-not-buying-speed-ram-memory-thunderbolt-ports.html#tk.rss_all MacBooks Apple Macs Aukey Basix Slim 10,000mAh review: A battery pack that offers more than what you pay for Thu, 12 Nov 2020 03:30:00 -0800 Jason Cipriani Jason Cipriani

Aukey’s accessory lineup is wide-ranging, with items like charging cables, wall adapters, and battery packs. The company’s packs have performed just okay in the past, with overall efficiency failing to crack the top half of all the portable battery packs we’ve tested.

That changes with the 10,000mAh (37Wh) Basix Slim battery pack from Aukey. This $19.99 pack punches above its price in performance, although the overall build quality leaves us somewhat disappointed.

Note: This review is part of our?roundup of portable power banks.?Go there for details on competing products and our testing methods.

As its name implies, the Basix Slim is rather, well, basic and slim. It’s small enough to fit into a side or front pocket on your favorite backpack, or even your pants pocket if you’re in a bind. There are four total ports on it, three of which are in the front of the pack. There are two full-size USB ports, with a USB-C port in the middle. On the right side of the housing is a microUSB port (more on that in a minute). On the left side you’ll find the power button—well, really more of a status button, as you don’t need to press it in order to start charging a device. Just plug something in and the pack automatically wakes up and starts charging.?

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AirPlay on Roku: This changes everything Thu, 12 Nov 2020 03:00:00 -0800 Jared Newman Jared Newman Roku gets AirPlay support, and it changes everything. https://www.techhive.com/article/3597048/airplay-on-roku-this-changes-everything.html#tk.rss_all Roku Inc. Apple Streaming Hardware Entertainment Consumer Electronics Cord Cutting Best VPN services: Reviews and buying advice Wed, 11 Nov 2020 15:39:00 -0800 Ian Paul Ian Paul

Choosing the right virtual private network (VPN) service is no simple task. A VPN should keep your internet usage private and secure, but not every service handles your data in the same way.?

Rest assured, we’ve done the legwork to determine if a VPN service has a history of good or bad behavior. A service has to protect online privacy; allow you to keep anonymity; offer a good variety of locations from which to direct your traffic; offer fast, reliable performance; and provide an easy-to-use interface.

Scroll to the bottom of this article to learn more about VPNs and what to look for when choosing one.

Updated 11/11/20 to include our review of TorGuard VPN, a good VPN with acceptable speeds, that works with Netflix, and has decent pricing. See links to all of our VPN reviews at the bottom of this article.

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How Google's new policy affects your free storage in Photos and Drive Wed, 11 Nov 2020 12:12:00 -0800 Mark Hachman Mark Hachman

On Wednesday, Google announced a major change to its policy on storing photos and other documents: All will start contributing to your overall storage cap, pushing you to eventually pay for Google’s Google One cloud storage, or risk having files deleted.

The changes won’t take place immediately. Beginning on June 1, 2021, any new photo that you take with a smartphone not made by Google will count towards your cap, which is currently 15GB within Google’s free tier. The same is true of any new?Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Forms, or Jamboard files. Existing photos and documents, however, will not.

The change is a major one for Android smartphone users, but can affect iOS users too.?Generally speaking, when you take a photo with your Android smartphone, it’s backed up to Google, as well as any other services you’ve linked to your phone, such as Box or Microsoft’s OneDrive. Likewise, iPhone users can back up their photos into Google Photos as well as iCloud.

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Microsoft's Xbox All Access subscription now supports the Xbox Series X Wed, 11 Nov 2020 12:11:00 -0800 Mark Hachman Mark Hachman

Microsoft's Xbox All Access, a monthly subscription that will provide gamers access to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, now includes an option to jump on board the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S console.

The price of Microsoft’s new Xbox All Access program depends on which console you choose, and it's slightly increased from the Xbox One X generation. Now, you'll pay $34.99 per month for 24 months ($839.76) for an Xbox Series X and 24 months of Microsoft Game Pass Ultimate. Microsoft will charge $24.99 per month for 24 months ($599.76) for an Xbox Series S and 24 months of Game Pass Ultimate. There's also an option for an Xbox One S and 24 months of Game Pass Ultimate for $22.99 per month ($551.76) for 24 months, too.

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Ryzen 5000 isn't a 'paper launch,' it's just extremely popular Wed, 11 Nov 2020 05:00:00 -0800 Gordon Mah Ung Gordon Mah Ung

After one of the most impressive CPU launches in an era, AMD is facing criticism from customers who cry “paper launch,” because they can’t actually buy the ”best consumer CPU we’ve ever seen.”

As summed up by PC Gamer,?AMD exec Frank Azor denied that he owed anything to some rando on Twitter who had bet him the Ryzen 5000 CPU would be a paper launch, much like Nvidia’s frustratingly hard-to-get RTX 3000-series GPUs.?

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“There’s a big difference between a ‘paper launch’ and shipping tons of units but demand exceeds supply,” Azor responded. Frustrated AMD fans then piled on, insisting that because they couldn’t buy one, it was a paper launch.

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Apple’s new M1 MacBook Pro vs MacBook Air: Are the differences as small as they seem? Wed, 11 Nov 2020 04:00:00 -0800 Michael Simon Michael Simon It's hard to tell the difference between the new M1 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, so we've broken them all down for you. https://www.macworld.com/article/3596752/apple-m1-chip-13-inch-macbook-pro-macbook-air-performance-battery-design-display-price.html#tk.rss_all Macs MacBooks Apple Consumer Electronics Xbox Game Pass for PC gets even better next month with tons of free EA games Wed, 11 Nov 2020 03:30:00 -0800 Mark Hachman Mark Hachman

Microsoft’s Game Pass for PC may be the best deal in gaming, and we’ve previously listed five reasons to back that up. Now we can add a sixth: Even more games from EA Play are joining Xbox Game Pass for PC on December 15.

If you’re an Xbox owner, you already know what we’re talking about: Over 60 games from EA Play became available to Xbox owners on November 10, including sports titles like the latest?Madden NFL 20, FIFA 19, UFC 2, and Fight Night Champion. Other titles included the?Battlefield series, Mass Effect, and more. Now, at least some of them are coming to the PC, too. At press time, there were a whopping 229 titles available for you to play on Game Pass for PC—and that’s?before EA adds the new titles.

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Nest Thermostat review: An easy recommendation for budget shoppers Wed, 11 Nov 2020 03:00:00 -0800 Jason D'Aprile Jason D'Aprile Most of the features we love about the top-of-the-line Nest Learning Thermostat—at almost half the cost. https://www.techhive.com/article/3596355/nest-thermostat-review.html#tk.rss_all Thermostats Sensors Connected Home Home Tech Google How Apple's new M1 Macs could finally make Windows on Arm a reality Wed, 11 Nov 2020 03:00:00 -0800 Mark Hachman Mark Hachman

Apple’s announcement of the first Macs running on its own M1 Arm silicon just might be the boost that Windows on Arm needs to pass the finish line. Or so we can hope.

Granted, there was some tap-dancing during Apple’s Tuesday launch of a MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini that all use Apple’s first M1 processor, based on the Arm architecture. With eight cores inside (four cores for efficiency, four more for higher-power loads) we’re seeing big promises, including longer battery life (18 hours for the new 13-inch MacBook Air) and faster performance.

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HP?Pavilion x360 Convertible 14 review: A good laptop with better competition Wed, 11 Nov 2020 00:32:00 -0800 Mark Hachman Mark Hachman

The HP?Pavilion x360 Convertible 14 (dw0097nr) is a competent convertible laptop for handling the day-to-day workload of a work-from-home or distance-learning experience. It also offers some unique features, including a rare cellular option and a full-sized SD card slot. The USB-C and HDMI ports allow for two additional displays, including 4K support. While these attributes work in the Pavilion x360’s favor, its middling performance and underwhelming battery life make other laptops we’ve tested in its price range seem like a better deal.

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Black Friday 2020: The best early tech deals at Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Newegg, and more Tue, 10 Nov 2020 13:22:00 -0800 Alaina Yee Alaina Yee

As in previous years, Black Friday began early in 2020—no one's waiting until the day after Thanksgiving to kick off sales. Amazon got the ball rolling in October this year, and other retailers like Walmart will offer staggered waves of deals throughout November.

We've started listing the best deals below—keep an eye peeled for further updates as the days tick by.

Not sure what to expect for this year, given the pandemic? Check out our Black Friday FAQ and our advice on when to buy PC components.

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No, the new MacBook Air is not faster than 98% of PC laptops Tue, 10 Nov 2020 12:29:00 -0800 Gordon Mah Ung Gordon Mah Ung

Let me just say it out loud, OK? Apple is full of it.?I’m referring to Apple’s claim that its fanless, Arm-based MacBook Air is “faster than 98 percent of PC laptops.” Yes, you read that correctly: Apple officials literally claimed that the new MacBook Air using Apple’s custom M1 chip is faster than 98 percent of all PC laptops sold this year.

Typically, when a company makes such a claim, it publishes a benchmark, a performance test or actual details on what it’s basing that marketing claim on. This to prevent lawyers from launching out of missile silos across the world.

Apple’s website restates the claim by stating: “M1 is faster than the chips in 98 percent of PC laptops sold in the past year.” The site also includes a detail note that states: “Testing conducted by Apple in October 2020 using preproduction 13-inch MacBook Pro systems with Apple M1 chip and 16GB of RAM. Performance measured using select industry-standard benchmarks. PC configurations from publicly available sales data over the last 12 months. Performance tests are conducted using specific computer systems and reflect approximate performance of MacBook Pro.”

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Apple's 'One more thing' Mac event: What just happened? Tue, 10 Nov 2020 11:42:00 -0800 Michael Simon Michael Simon Apple's "One more thing" event has wrapped up and as expected. we got new Macs. Here's how it all went down. https://www.macworld.com/article/3596815/apple-mac-m1-chip-macbook-macbook-pro-mac-mini-specs-battery.html#tk.rss_all Macs Apple Consumer Electronics Why Apple's move from Intel to ARM means we should stop buying Macs Tue, 10 Nov 2020 10:03:00 -0800 Gordon Mah Ung Gordon Mah Ung

Update: With Apple announcing three M1-based Macs this morning, our advice still stands that you should not buy a MacPro or MacBook Pro 16 unless you want to risk being abandoned as we lay out below.

Apple’s news on Monday that it will be dropping Intel’s x86 CPUs for its own ARM chips can mean only one thing to anyone who doesn’t want to be left behind: Don’t buy a Mac.

You may think this is another Internet-baiting hot take that will argue that x86 is better than ARM. Or you might think the math doesn’t add up that Apple—despite its near-infinite loop of resources and cash—can outwit AMD, Intel and Nvidia.

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Can you build a PS5 or Xbox Series X PC for $800? Tue, 10 Nov 2020 03:30:00 -0800 Alaina Yee Alaina Yee

Ray tracing. Zen 2. Variable refresh rate. 4K/60fps gaming. RDNA 2. 120Hz refresh rate.

The tech specs for the Microsoft Xbox Series X and Sony PlayStation 5, which hit shelves this Tuesday and Thursday, respectively, contain a familiar list of elements for PC gamers. In fact, outside of RDNA 2, they’re all old news at this point. Looking at the next-generation consoles, you could easily think, “Why not just build a PC? It’ll only be a little more expensive.”

Everyone’s favorite Greek chorus (aka the internet) would agree. Vocal commentors like to claim that a PC equivalent to a PS5 or Xbox Series X costs as little as $800—or the “true” price of those consoles after factoring in the mandatory subscriptions for online play.

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Shelly Plug US review: A European brand makes a splash in the States Tue, 10 Nov 2020 03:00:00 -0800 Christopher Null Christopher Null Though rough around the edges, this affordable smart plug includes some excellent features, such as energy monitoring. https://www.techhive.com/article/3596592/shelly-plug-us-review.html#tk.rss_all Lighting Wi-Fi Connected Home Home Tech 7 features the new MacBook must copy to catch up to the PC Tue, 10 Nov 2020 03:00:00 -0800 Gordon Mah Ung Gordon Mah Ung

Apple just announced its new MacBooks, and as expected, they don’t include any of modern features that would give their computers parity with PC laptops. The article below was written before Apple’s “One more thing” event, but everything we published this morning remains true. Read on for the hard truth...

We expect Apple to unwrap its new MacBooks (or maybe PowerBooks?) on Tuesday, and?we at PCWorld are as excited as anyone else—to see if Apple can finally catch up to all the things we already enjoy on Windows laptops.?

It wasn’t that long ago that Apple’s innovative MacBooks made Windows-based laptops look clunky and slow. Not anymore. Whether it was the GPU and battery problems with the 2016-era MacBook Pros, the long-reviled MacBook Butterfly keyboard that finally died, or the slow uptake of new Intel processors, Apple has fallen far, far behind in laptop technology over the last few years.

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SSDs are primed to get bigger and faster with Micron's new NAND memory tech Mon, 09 Nov 2020 13:00:00 -0800 Gordon Mah Ung Gordon Mah Ung

Micron has announced it’s shipping 176-layer TLC NAND flash memory to customers, a move that portends larger, faster and even cheaper SSD drives for all.

The company said its 5th-gen 3D NAND memory should put its density about 40 percent higher than its nearest competitors, which are using 128-layer NAND. Micron said read and write latencies are reduced by 35 percent compared to its 96-layer NAND, and by 25 percent compared its 128-layer NAND.? Micron isn’t the only NAND memory manufacturer that has 176 layers, but it is the first to start volume shipments.

The Micron NAND is TLC, or three-bits per cell, and is said to have 33 percent faster transfer rates, as well as a 35 percent improvement in read and write latencies. And because it’s TLC NAND instead of QLC, the new memory should offer better drive endurance, too.

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