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Impressive equipment, super cheap price


( At an event not long ago, Realme confirmed that they are developing their first laptop model called Realme Book. Ahead of the launch date, the render images of the Realme Book have been leaked, revealing a lot of interesting information.

Recently, the rendered images of Realme Book appeared in large numbers on the internet. It is known that this image was published by leaker OnLeaks and GizNext site. Besides the rendered image, there is also a 360-degree video about Realme Book.

According to leaked information, Realme Book will be equipped with a 14-inch screen, simple design with gray tones. The power key in the top right corner is integrated with a fingerprint sensor. The touchpad size is quite large and covers a layer of glass.

A plus for Realme Book is Anti-glare LED screen, 1080p resolution, thin sides. The left side of the body is 2 USB-C ports, the right has a USB-A port and a 3.5mm audio port. Are known Realme Book will have dimensions of 307 x 229 x 16 mm. The weight of the device is still unknown, but it is likely that the machine will be optimized for weight to make it more convenient for users to move.

Regarding configuration, Realme Book will use 11th generation Intel Core-i3 and Core-i5 CPUs with multiple RAM options, as well as SSD hard drives. Expected Realme Book will be launched in August with an extremely impressive price, only 12.4 million.

Source: Gizmochina



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Next-gen MacBook Pro may launch with 32GB RAM


( A leaked source recently revealed that the Macbook Pro 2021 will probably have the most RAM except so far.

According to some leaked Cultofmax sources, the much-anticipated 2021 MacBook Pro models will have a maximum RAM of 32GB. The sources also said that Apple’s upcoming new laptop will have a high-speed SD card slot, TouchID sensor and even have a backlight.

The MacBook Pro’s RAM information is given by a YouTube video released Monday by consultant Luke Miani. This information goes against a Bloomberg report. In it, expert Mark Gurman predicts that the MacBook Pro 2021 will be configured with up to 64GB of RAM. Gurman has a better predictive history and reliability than Miani.

Basically, the new Macbook Pro, regardless of screen size, will use Apple M-series processors. Looking back at history, the last Intel-powered MacBooks were still equipped with up to 64GB of RAM by Apple.

The first laptops with the M1 chip released in 2020 have only 16GB. So laptops with second-generation M-series chips might have 32GB, it would still be an upgrade. Not a brand new laptop.

In his video on Monday, Miani said he was informed that the built-in SD card slot on the MacBook Pro 2021 will support UHS-II. This isn’t a new standard, it’s been around since 2014 – but supporting 312 MBps transfer speeds is sure to be well received by users.

The new Macbook Air and Pro are expected to be released later this year along with the iPhone 13 and possibly the iPad Air 5 and iPad Mini 6. However, it could also be late next year due to the photos. The impact of the chip shortage crisis has not been completely resolved.



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Windows 11 puts productivity with you


Windows 11 puts productivity with you

With the global epidemic swept through last year, mixed office and learning have become the new normal. Looking to the future, it is clear that flexible mixed working models will continue to exist. For mixed working and learning environments, people’s demand for high-performance PCs has increased, and there is a greater need for operating systems that can better support work and study at home, office, school or any other place, and can cope with increasingly complex and severe numbers Security challenge. The new Windows 11 is designed for mixed office and learning. On the basis of ensuring performance, safety and management, it brings a smoother and more personalized user experience.

The refreshing interface design makes the control more convenient

The PC is no longer just a platform for word processing or running applications, it has truly become a “window” for us to communicate with the world, helping us to share knowledge and solve problems in innovative ways, and it has also become more personalized . In terms of interface design and user operation, Windows 11 fully considers its adaptability to diversified hardware, aiming to provide users with a smoother experience.

Windows has been committed to helping users complete tasks as they wish by providing the flexibility of multiple windows and the ability to parallel applications. Windows 11 introduces new snapping and other tools to help you handle multiple tasks at the same time and stay focused. The snap layout of Windows 11 simplifies the past window drag and drop split screen into “one-click operation”, you can arrange more windows with one click, effectively improving processing efficiency. Not only that, Windows 11 can also automatically “remember” the location of these grouped windows. When the computer is plugged in from the docking station, the groupings will be automatically expanded without adjusting one by one. In addition, you can also create separate virtual desktops for life and work, and customize the desktop for work, games or study according to your own preferences.

Windows 11 has redesigned the start menu, not only the interface is more beautiful and modern, it also integrates the powerful performance of cloud computing and Microsoft 365, can intelligently recommend the latest documents for you, and can achieve a convenient cross-device reading and office experience. You can create a Word document on your Android or iOS device, and then click Open in the Start menu of Windows 11 and continue editing.

A more open ecology unlocks more diverse application experiences

Nowadays, smart phones are the main tool for many people to work, entertain, and keep in touch with others. Because of this, people often need to use computers and mobile phones at the same time during office work. Paying attention to computer screens, searching for information on mobile phones, and contacting colleagues have become the norm for many people at work. In order to achieve seamless integration of software and hardware, later this year, Windows 11 will be able to run Android applications on Intel, AMD or ARM architecture PCs*. The office software and mobile phone applications you are familiar with will be able to coexist harmoniously on the same operating system and on the same screen, and you will no longer need to be distracted to pay attention to two devices.

In addition, the more open Windows 11 ecosystem will further empower developers and bring users more favorite applications and entertainment projects through the new Microsoft Store containing Android applications.

Stronger compatibility and safety escort efficient productivity

High-quality compatibility and advanced security technology are the focus of Windows 11 development. Upgrading to Windows 11 is as easy as installing Windows 10 feature updates. For business users, all the deployment and management tools currently available for Windows 10 are also compatible with Windows 11.

Windows 11 is built on the familiar Windows 10, and its core design principle is to ensure application compatibility. Since 2018, the App Assure service has evaluated nearly 800,000 applications to ensure their compatibility on Windows systems. Today, the service will continue to help customers with more than 150 users solve any application problems at no additional cost.

Windows 11’s commitment to hardware compatibility remains the same. It aims at the current complex network environment, improves the security benchmark, and ensures security from the design source. In Windows 11, hardware isolation, encryption, and malware protection will be turned on by default, and the importance of these features has long been fully verified. In 2020 alone, the security design of Windows 10 has helped users prevent more than 30 billion email attacks and eliminated nearly 6 billion endpoint threats.

With the debut of Windows 11, it will rely on the added security protection from chip to cloud to better help users cope with the ever-changing threat situation and fully enjoy artificial intelligence, cloud, and other more innovative technologies. Efficiency changes.


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The first 190W performance nuclear bomb 6800M ROG Moba 5R is about to go on sale from 12,999 yuan


The first 190W performance nuclear bomb 6800M ROG Moba 5R is about to go on sale from 12,999 yuan

As the first “Double A” gaming notebook equipped with AMD processors and AMD graphics cards, ROG Moba 5R will be unveiled soon, with powerful performance and bringing gamers a better gaming experience. ROG Moba 5R will also become the “choice of faith” for many gamers. On July 12th, ROG Moba 5R officially began to make reservations, and officially went on sale on July 15th. The price is only 12,999 yuan.

ROG Moba 5R has very e-sports design elements. The LOGO on the A side of the fuselage can be illuminated. It is also equipped with LED light strips around the fuselage. The upgraded surround light strip has higher-density LED lamp beads. Zone RGB backlit keyboard and Aura magic light synchronization, players can create a unique and exclusive atmosphere.

ROG Moba 5R uses a narrow bezel design, which also reduces the body size by 7%. Moba 5R is also equipped with gaming screens up to 300Hz 3ms for players, equipped with FreeSync Premium technology, which brings smoother screen display effects.

In terms of hardware, ROG Moba 5R is equipped with AMD’s Ryzen 9 5900HX. It uses 7nm process technology and has 8 cores and 16 threads. Under ROG’s exclusive optimization, it can continue to run with a high performance of 90W, and is pre-overclocked at the factory to meet Pursuit of higher-level performance.

Moba 5R brings new experience to players in terms of image performance. AMD Radeon RX 6800M mobile graphics card has 40 computing units and light accelerators, 12GB of GDDR6 video memory, and 96MB of Infinity Cache. The RDNA™2 architecture of the AMD Radeon RX 6800M mobile graphics card collection combines ray tracing, calculation and traditional effects to bring realistic visual effects in games

In some games specially optimized for AMD, the RDNA™2 architecture can provide up to 2 times the performance experience, and advanced energy-saving technology should be incorporated into the high-performance computing unit, which can increase up to 30% under the same energy consumption level. % Of acceleration frequency. ROG is deeply optimized for graphics card performance, bringing a clock frequency of up to 2660MHz, and power up to 190W, further satisfying the ultimate picture quality use of players.

With the blessing of the double-A configuration, Moba 5R also supports AMD SmartShift technology, which can quickly distribute power between the CPU and GPU, thereby instantly optimizing games, 3D rendering, video editing and other workloads, and performance can be increased by 10%.

In addition, AMD’s video memory smart extraction technology gives the CPU full access to GPU video memory, which can further eliminate bottlenecks, make performance more surging, and increase game frame rates.

In order to better exert the performance of the double A combination, Moba 5R is also ROG’s first gaming laptop equipped with dual liquid gold design. Violent bear liquid metal has a high thermal conductivity of up to 73W/mk, and the thermal conductivity is 10 times that of traditional silicone grease. The above can effectively reduce the temperature of the CPU and GPU, and make the high-energy chip lasting and stable.

It can be seen that ROG Moba 5R can meet users’ demands for extreme performance in games, creation or daily use, and it is a powerful gaming notebook. On July 12th, ROG Moba 5R opened an appointment event, and officially went on sale on July 15th. The price is only 12999 yuan. Players who plan to buy a game book in the near future may wish to consider it.

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This 11.6-inch Acer Chromebook is a jaw-dropping $129


If you need a cheap laptop that can get online and run a few apps when you need them, then listen up. Walmart is selling an 11.6-inch Acer Chromebook with an Intel Celeron processor for $129. That’s $100 off the MSRP and an excellent price for this machine.

The Acer Chromebook 311 features an 11.6-inch display with 1366-by-768 resolution. The processor is a dual-core Intel Celeron N4020 with a base clock of 1.1GHz and boost to 2.8GHz. For RAM it has 4GB, which is more than enough for a Chromebook, and onboard storage is 32GB eMMC. There’s a microSD card slot if you need extra storage, and for ports it has two standard USB 3.1 Gen 1 and two Type-C USB 3.1 Gen 1. For connectivity it has 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0.

As is the case with most newer Chromebooks, this one supports the Google Play Store and Linux apps, giving you the best of everything: an excellent simple browser OS when all you need is the web; Linux apps when you need a proper desktop program; and Android apps to fill in any gaps. For under $150 you simply won’t find a better laptop.

[ Today’s deal: Acer Chromebook 311 for $129 at Walmart. ]

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Ian is an independent writer based in Israel who has never met a tech subject he didn’t like. He primarily covers Windows, PC and gaming hardware, video and music streaming services, social networks, and browsers. When he’s not covering the news he’s working on how-to tips for PC users, or tuning his eGPU setup.


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How to turn your laptop into a desktop workstation


The big difference between laptops and desktops is that the latter are, well, big: ideally placed on a nice comfy desk and festooned with accessories. But if you have a laptop already, you have all the components of a desktop, and then some. If you’re not going anywhere for a while, why not kick back and get the full desktop experience?

Here’s why: you probably don’t have all the stuff you need for a full desktop setup. But getting that stuff is relatively easy, and so is assembling it in such a way that getting your laptop in and out is a cinch. That way you get the best of both worlds: a full, comfortable desktop setup when you want it, and an on-the-go laptop when you need it. This guide explains everything you need to know to turn your laptop into a desktop workstation.

The good stuff: desktop components

The big advantage to building this setup is that you get to use your laptop with awesome, easy-to-use desktop components. (Oh, and you’ll also need a desk or a table, and a chair, obviously.) You can use as many or as few of these as you like, but here are the big ones:

Monitor: a larger external screen to give your eyes a rest and make movies and games really pop. You can use your laptop’s screen and an external monitor at the same time, or if your hardware supports it, multiple monitors for a full “battlestation.”

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Mouse: Most laptop users are an ace at a trackpad, but even the best of them will agree that a mouse is the way to go. Get a USB model if you want speed, or Bluetooth if you want a connection that won’t take up a USB port.

Keyboard: A lot of users just stick with their laptop keyboard while using it at a desk station. But if you find yours particularly uncomfortable, or if you want to get into the growing mechanical keyboard scene, consider adding on a wired or wireless keyboard.

Speakers: Again, the speakers in your laptop will remain functional while you work at a desk, but for bigger, bolder sound, get a set of dedicated speakers. (Or if you prefer, a nice headset or a pair of true wireless earbuds.)

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Other peripherals: Here’s where everything else goes. Maybe you want to add on a high-quality external webcam and microphone for meetings, or connect a game controller or an external hard drive. Maybe you want a hardwired network connection, a DVD drive, or a card reader for your digital camera. You can use almost any external accessory made for a desktop PC with a laptop, so long as you can find a way to connect it.

Keep your laptop awake with the lid closed

Note that it’s possible to close the lid on your laptop, keep it running, and have it connected to an external monitor, keyboard, and mouse. You’ll want to adjust your power settings so that the laptop “does nothing” when the lid closes in order to enable this. In Windows 10, this is in the Power Options of the Settings menu, under the “Choose what closing the lid does” link on the side. (Start button > Settings > System > Power & Sleep.)

Basic connectivity needs

How easy or hard it is to expand your basic setup without any extra hardware will depend on what kind of ports your laptop has, and how many. If you have a ten-pound Dell with every port under the sun, odds are pretty good you won’t need anything to connect all those components up. If you’re rocking a 2018 MacBook with just one USB-C port after you plug it in, well, it’s going to get tricky pretty fast.

Let’s break this down into connection types, shall we?

Video connections

Most laptops have a maximum of one video connection. HDMI is the most popular at the moment, because just about every monitor (and television) made in the last ten years will have that port. All you need is an HDMI cable, and you’re good to go.

HDMI cable close-up Adam Patrick Murray / IDG

A direct HDMI cable is the fastest and easiest way to connect a monitor to a laptop.

If your laptop is rocking something a little more esoteric, like the Mini-DisplayPort on older models of the Surface or the VGA port still seen on some workstation machines, things might get a little more difficult. But you’re still looking at just an adapter cable: check what you have on your laptop, what you have on your monitor, and get a cable that works with both, like this VGA-to-HDMI number.

If you want to connect your laptop to multiple monitors, things become more complicated. USB-C has made this a lot easier: see the sections further down for more technical info. If your laptop doesn’t have USB-C, you’ll need to rely on a special adapter that can send video over a USB cable, like this one. These aren’t ideal, because they take up one of your USB ports and their performance is poor compared to a standard video cable.

Audio connections

This one is easy: most laptops, even those that can fit in a document envelope, include a headphone jack. If you’re keeping it simple and not using a dock, plug your speakers or headphones into the jack and you’re good to go. Alternately, you can connect headsets, headphones, or speakers wirelessly via your laptop’s Bluetooth connection.

If for some reason your laptop doesn’t have a headphone jack (or yours is broken), you can once again rely on a USB adapter to make do.

Network connections

If you’re setting up your desk in a place that uses Wi-Fi, great—just connect to it on your laptop the same way you always do. If you want faster or more reliable networking, you can plug an Ethernet cable from the router or the jack on the wall directly into your laptop’s Ethernet port.

But a lot of thinner, lighter designs are omitting the Ethernet cable these days. Once again, assuming that you don’t want to step up to a dock, you can get a USB adapter for your Ethernet connections.

USB devices

Boy, we’re connecting a lot of stuff up to USB, huh? If your laptop has just three, or two, or (perish the thought) one USB port, you might find yourself running out pretty quickly.

For a cheap solution, a basic USB hub can handle quite a lot of data and connections at once. So long as you’re using it for more basic peripherals—mice, keyboards, storage drives, etc.—you shouldn’t see any kind of slowdown. Try to make sure you get a USB hub with at least USB 3.0 speeds, and connect it to a compatible USB port on your laptop; some are still using the older 2.0 ports in some places.


Well this one’s easy: to keep your laptop powered up and running, just use whatever adapter it came with and plug it in near your desk. That is, unless you have a newer laptop with a USB-C connection. This is where things start to get really interesting!

USB-C is the future

Most newer laptops come with at least one USB-C port. That’s the one that’s shaped like an oval, and doesn’t need trial and error to see if you’re plugging it in upside down or not. On most of these newer designs, the USB-C port also doubles as the power jack.

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A USB-C cable.

See, USB-C is designed to be truly universal: on that one cable, it’s possible to transfer not just data, but power for your laptop (and anything it’s connected to), video to an external monitor (or monitors), sound to speakers, and even hardwired network data. In short: a USB-C port can, in the right circumstances, be your power input and your USB ports and your HDMI port and your Ethernet port, all in one.

This makes it possible, with the right laptop and equipment, to connect up to a dozen or so desktop components by plugging in a single cable. It’s the Holy Grail of combining laptop portability with desktop comfort.

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To get the basic benefits of a USB-C port, you can use an inexpensive dongle to add a bunch of ports in one, with power pass-through for your laptop charger. But if you’re ready to step it up, it’s time to look at USB-C docks.

Prepare for docking

USB-C docks mirror the functions of older “desktop docks” supplied for workstation laptops, often seen on Lenovo’s ThinkPad and Dell’s Latitude lines. But with the prevalence of USB-C, this kind of plug-it-in-and-go functionality is available to everyone.

Take my USB-C dock, for example, a fairly typical one I found on Amazon. When I plug a USB-C laptop in with just one USB-C cable, I have access to up to three monitors over DisplayPort and HDMI, three USB 3.0 ports, another two USB 2.0 ports, an extra USB-C port, hardwired Ethernet, separate speaker and microphone jacks, and camera card readers. It is, in technical terms, dope as hell.

laptop dock Michael Crider/IDG

In addition to all those ports, and unlike USB docks from years past, the dock supplies my laptop with up to 60 watts of charging power over the USB-C cable. So not only do I get access to a smorgasbord of monitors, speakers, and USB gadgets, I don’t have to hunt for an open wall outlet. It’s fantastic!

Most laptops with a USB-C port can take advantage of this. There are a few exceptions: some cheaper models will only use USB-C for power and data, and lack the dedicated lanes of bandwidth for video. (The Microsoft Surface series is one notable, and frustrating, example.) Check to make sure that your laptop’s USB-C port is compatible with video out, and that the dock you buy can supply enough power over USB-C to keep it charged. Ideally the dock should supply the same amount of watts (or more) as the charging cable that came with your laptop.

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This monitor includes USB-C input for video and USB, Ethernet, and headphone ports — it’s a USB-C port built right in the screen.

There’s a neat alternative here, too: because USB-C can handle video, some newer monitors build in a USB-C hub right into the screen. Dell’s newest UltraSharp monitors can connect to a laptop directly over USB-C, power it up to 90 watts, and expand it with multiple USB, USB-C, and ethernet connections, all on a single cable. Some can even “daisy chain” to other monitors, creating a true multi-monitor setup over a single cable without even needing a dedicated dock.

Living the dream: USB-C eGPU docks

But what about games, I hear you cry? Can I still use my gaming laptop with a USB-C dock? Well, yes and no. USB-C docks are amazing, but they’re not miraculous. A lot of gaming laptops can’t get power over USB-C, because their charging needs are just too high, and many docks aren’t compatible with the kind of high-speed, high-resolution performance monitors gamers own.

In those cases, it’s still best to plug your gaming laptop directly into the wall, and then plug your monitor in over HDMI. A bit old-fashioned for 2021, but needs must.

But what if there was another way? A way to keep a svelte portable laptop on the road, but a beast of a gaming or workstation PC at home, all running on the same hardware, and all connected with a single cable? Gamers, let me introduce you to a little-known gadget called the external GPU.

An eGPU enclosure, or “external graphics dock” as it’s also known, is basically a little box that holds a full desktop-class graphics card. You hook up one or more monitors directly to the GPU, then plug your laptop into the enclosure via USB-C. Not only does this significantly boost the gaming power of a thin-and-light laptop, it means you can use huge, high-res, high-refresh monitors with a laptop without sacrificing speed by going through a hub.

Some of these enclosures include extra USB ports for connecting even more peripherals, and they deliver plenty of power over USB-C to keep your laptop juiced up. Plug your laptop in and you have a massively powerful gaming PC, unplug it and you’re ready to take all your files and programs with you on the go. The best of both worlds!

But there is a downside. External graphics docks are still very niche, so they’re a little hard to find. They’re also very expensive—much more so than a standard USB-C dock. We’re talking multiple hundreds of dollars just for the enclosure, not counting the graphics card that actually goes into it. (Some are sold with the GPU already installed, for the commensurate increase in price.) And of course, none of that includes the cost of your laptop, monitor, and other add-ons.

So an external GPU setup is pricey. It’s also complex: while it can do some truly amazing things, it’ll never beat the performance of a desktop PC with the same GPU installed. You’ll want a powerful laptop to take advantage of it, too: high-end processor, fast storage, plenty of RAM.

But if your budget knows no limit, and you want to do absolutely everything possible with just one machine and one cable, it might be the way to go.

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integrated Mini-LED screen, powerful M2 chip…


( More and more rumors suggest that Apple will actually introduce redesigned new MacBook Pro models later this year. In a new research note shared by 9to5Mac, reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo confirms that the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro will go into mass production in the third quarter of 2021.

Specifically, in a research note sent to investors, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the next generation of MacBook Air will use Mini-LED backlight technology. Kuo yesterday also shared that this new screen technology will also appear on the next-generation 11-inch iPad Pro, expected to launch next year.

The first Apple device with a Mini-LED display was the 12.9-inch iPad Pro introduced earlier this year. If you haven’t already, Mini-LED displays rely on thousands of really small LEDs in the backlight, resulting in higher contrast ratios and deeper blacks, similar to OLED.

Mini LED display for outstanding visibility

Based on previous rumors (including other reports from Kuo), the new MacBook Air will also feature a “flat bezel design” similar to what we’ve seen in the iMac, iPad Pro, and iPhone 12 designs. Latest. Apple also plans to bring back more ports to its MacBook Air, such as an HDMI port, an SD card slot, and even MagSafe. The machine is also expected to run the more powerful M1X chip, which is Apple Silicon’s first upgrade on a Mac since the M1.


The MacBook Air isn’t the only one with a Mini-LED display. Kuo’s latest report also mentions that Apple wants to apply the same technology on the next-generation MacBook Air. However, it will only be announced around 2022.

Mini-LED technology is known for its advantages such as: Visibility, battery saving and creating thin panels. Therefore, the fact that the iPad Pro and MacBook Air 2022 are equipped with this panel is considered a “strategy” to attract more users.



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M2 chip released in the second half of next year will use 5nm process and new architecture


According to current whistleblowers, due to supply chain factors, Apple’s M2 chip will not start mass production until May next year, and it is expected to be officially released in the second half of the year. The new M2 chip still uses the 5nm process, but will use a brand-new architecture, and will be installed for the first time in the MacBook Air series.

According to previous news, Apple will launch a MacBook Pro equipped with an upgraded M1 chip around September, which was previously considered to be Apple’s second-generation self-developed chip M2. However, judging from the latest news, this chip is only a slightly upgraded version of the M1 chip and will be named “M1X”.

Therefore, M2 self-developed chips with greater performance upgrades will be released for a long time. Not long ago, a whistleblower said that M2 will debut in the first half of next year, but today there is another news that this new product is affected by some external factors and is expected to be delayed.

The M2 chip will adopt a brand-new architecture, similar to the A15 Bionic overall, based on TSMC’s 5nm process, but due to supply chain constraints, it is expected to start mass production in May 2022, and will not be officially released in the second half of the year.

The M2 chip will be carried in the MacBook Air series. It was previously reported that Apple will carry out a major upgrade to the MacBook Air next year. In addition to performance improvements, the appearance will also undergo significant changes, using the new iMac design language. Very similar, the colors are more colorful.

The rendering of the new MacBook Air was also exposed, showing the appearance design of the machine. It will adopt the same body design as the current iPhone 12 and iMac. The overall frame adopts a right-angle scheme and is equipped with a USB-C specification interface on the left and right sides.

(The picture comes from the Internet)



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Real machine review of mouse computer “DAIV 4P”! A laptop for creators who is happy to be super lightweight!


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Mouse computer DAIV 4P specs

Actual machine review of “mouse computer DAIV 4P”is.

DAIV 4P is a 14-inch, ultra-lightweight notebook PC for creators weighing approximately 985g.

It has a wide color gamut and is equipped with a Core i7-1165G7, which allows for creative work.

It’s very light, so it’s a notebook for creators that you can easily carry

First, I reviewed and found out“Recommended points / features”When“Notes, etc.”I will give you.

You can check the points and precautions just by looking here.

>> Take a look at the mouse computer DAIV 4P on the official website

▶ Take a look at the mouse computer DAIV 4P on the official website

The review machine is a rental item from the manufacturer.
* Even if it is a rental item, we will review it in good faith, including its disadvantages.

Heading: Recommended points / features


Where you have it lightly

Where we are measuring the weight

Body About 981g
AC adapter + power cable About 234g

It’s quite lightweight for a 14-inch laptop, so it’s easy to carry.


Color gamut

■ Cover rate

sRGB 99%
DCI-P3 77%
Adobe RGB 77%

* Since it is a value measured by us, it may differ depending on the environment and measuring equipment.

When measured on this site, the sRGB coverage was almost 100%.
* There is a description on the manufacturer page that “sRGB ratio is 100%”.

As a liquid crystal display, it covers a wide color gamut, so it is suitable for creative work.


Since it is equipped with Thunderbolt 4, it is also a nice point to be able to use an external GPU.

Mouse computer DAIV 4P Thunderbolt 4


It has a stylish appearance and a good design.



OS, memory and storage can be customized.


24/7 support

With support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, it is also recommended for beginners.

Heading: Disadvantages, precautions, etc.

important point The fan noise is loud when a high load is applied.

I tried to see how noisy it would be when it was loaded.

Measured from a distance of 30 cm in height and 30 cm in depth from the hinge, taking into consideration the position of the ears during use.

When idle Almost silent
* When you bring your ears closer, you can finally hear a small noise.
Benchmark test Around 50.2db

* The number of db in the benchmark test is the loudness measured on this site. We do not guarantee that there will be no louder sounds.

It is quiet when idle or when there is no heavy load.

The fan noise (exhaust noise) when a high load is continuously applied is unexpectedly

If the fan noise becomes loud in a quiet place such as a study room, you may be a little worried.

In cafes, etc., there will be no problem as it will be drowned out by the surrounding sounds.

■ Estimated noise (number of decibels)

Pretty noisy 70db In a noisy office
Noisy 60db Ordinary conversation in a moving car
ordinary 50db Quiet office
quiet 40db Quiet residential area, library
Very quiet 30db Midnight suburbs
Almost inaudible 20db The sound of snow

* The table is just a guide.

>> Take a look at the mouse computer DAIV 4P on the official website

▶ Take a look at the mouse computer DAIV 4P on the official website

■ DAIV 4P specifications(Including items that can be selected by customization)

YOU Windows 10 Home / Pro
display Type 14 WUXA (resolution: 1920 x 1200), non-glare (non-glossy)
CPU Intel Core i7-1165G7
memory 16GB / 32GB / 64GB
storage SSD : 512GB / 1TB
(Can be changed to the fastest PCIe Gen4 x 4 by customization)
Graphics Intel Iris Xe Graphics
size 308.8 × 213 × 16.4mm(Excluding protrusions)
weight About 985g
Other Wi-Fi 6、Bluetooth 5

* Specifications as of June 23, 2020. It is subject to change in the future.

■ Specifications of this review machine
“Memory 16GB, 512GB SSD (model number: 21054P-TGL)”

table of contents

  • ▶ Keyboard
  • ▶ Speaker
  • ▶ Display

    • Since it is a non-glare liquid crystal, it is difficult to be reflected.
  • ▶ Battery life
  • ▶ Size
  • ▶ Interface

    • Charging from mobile battery
  • ▶ Creative app performance
  • ――Checking processing performance ――
  • ▶CPU performance
  • ▶ SSD data transfer speed
  • ▶ Graphics performance
  • ――Appearance and other checks ――
  • ▶ Appearance
  • ▶ Accessories etc.
  • ▶ Summary of review of mouse computer “DAIV 4P”

▶ Keyboard

▲ Tap or click to enlarge

Some of the keys on the upper right may be smaller, but the keyboard layout is well-balanced.

The ease of typing isn’t hard to type, it’s not messed up, it’s normal.

The keystroke (the distance the key sinks) is about 1.2 mm, which is rather shallow.

Because the keystrokes are shallow, the start of hitting is hard, and the typing feeling that the keys enter from there quickly, so
Suitable for typing with small finger movements.

For function keys (F key), Windows default functions such as full-width katakana conversion are prioritized.

F key

(To use the unique functions assigned to the F key, such as raising and lowering the volume, press the Fn key at the same time.)

▼ The key top (the surface of the key) is almost flat.

Key top up image

The loudness of the typing sound is a little small.

Keyboard up from diagonally above

Key pitch etc.

Comparison with desktop PC keyboard

▲ Comparison with desktop PC keyboard

▼ The key pitch (distance between keys) is about 19 mm, which is said to be easy to type.

Key pitch

▼ The palm rest is large enough.

Place your hand on the palm rest

Since the body is thin, the level difference with the desk is small and your hands do not get tired easily.

Equipped with keyboard backlight

The keyboard backlight can be turned on / off with the Fn + F7 keys. Brightness can be adjusted in 2 steps.

Keyboard backlight


A touch pad with an integrated click button.

The clicking sound when you press the touchpad is rather loud.


▼ In additionDouble-tapping the upper left corner of the touchpad is convenient because you can turn the touchpad on and off.

Touchpad off

▲ The indicator lights up when the touchpad is off.

▶ Speaker

Equipped with a speaker on the bottom.

Mouse computer DAIV 4P speaker

I felt that the sound quality of the speakers was “I want a little more sound omission.” I think the sound quality is high enough to enjoy music while working.

In addition, “THX SPATIAL AUDIO For PCs” is installed, and you can adjust the sound quality to some extent.


▶ Display

A liquid crystal display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 dots.

The aspect ratio (aspect ratio) is 16:10, which is longer than the typical 16: 9 display.

Since it can be displayed vertically long, it is advantageous for displaying vertically long content such as the web and SNS.

The display is easy to see, as it looks a little dark even when viewed at an angle.

Display front

Viewing angle check Side view

▲ Viewed from the side

Viewing angle check Viewed from above

▲ Seen from above

▼ I tried to open the display to the point where it could be opened. It will open up to this point.

Viewed from the side where the display is opened to the point where it can be opened

Since it is a non-glare liquid crystal, it is difficult to be reflected.

The display of the mouse computer DAIV 4PSince it is a non-glare (non-glossy) liquid crystal, it is difficult to reflect.

How the light is reflected on the display

Light is reflected during work and it is hard to flicker, soEye-friendly and practicalis.

▶ Battery life

For DAIV 4P, you can set the performance from the start menu ⇒ Control Center.

This time, I set it to “balance mode (turbo mode is off)” and measured the battery life.

Balance mode

■ Actual measurement of battery drive time

JEITA Ver.2.0 measurement method About 12 hours
* Manufacturer’s published value
Used for online browsing and text typing
(Load: Light)
7 hours 24 minutes
(Load: Medium)
5 hours 58 minutes
* Time until the battery level drops below 20%
Amount of battery that could be charged in 30 minutes
* Use the included AC adapter
About 45%

* Display brightness: Measured at 80%. The darker the display, the longer the battery life.

Tap (click) here to see measurement conditions, etc.

■ Battery drive time measurement conditions for “used for browsing the Internet and typing text”

  • Display brightness:80%
  • Battery saving function: Turns on with 20% or less battery remaining
  • Web browsing: Open 5 tabs in your web browser and display the website in each tab. Each of those tabs is automatically reloaded every minute.
  • typing: Using software called BBench, typing input is automatically performed every 10 seconds.
  • In the above state, measure from 100% battery level.

■ About “PCMark 8 WORK”

The battery drive time measured by the software “PCMark 8” for office work tasks is posted.
Tests include document creation, spreadsheet creation, viewing 3D images on websites, video chat, and more.

It’s not a long battery, but the battery life of nearly 6 hours with PCMark 8 WORK is not bad.

▶ Size

Comparison of A4 paper and DAIV 4P size
▲ Size comparison with semi-B5 notebook (university notebook)

DAIV 4P thinness

University notebook 252×179mm
A4 size 297×210mm
DAIV 4P 308.8 x 213 x thickness 16.4 mm(Excluding protrusions)

The width x depth is close to A4 size, and it is easy to carry even a standard size business bag compatible with A4 size.

Where you put it in your business bag

Where to hold it aside

▶ Interface

■Right side

Right side

① Thunderbolt 4(Video output, USB Power Delivery compatible)

② USB 3.0 (Type-A)
③ HDMI terminal
④ Power terminal

■Left side

Left side

① Security slot
② USB 3.1 (Type-C)(Supports USB Power Delivery)

③ USB 3.0 (Type-A)
④ SD card reader(Including SDXC and SDHC. UHS-I compatible)

⑤ Headphone output / headset terminal

If you insert an SD card, it will stick out considerably, so it is not suitable for leaving it inserted.

Where the SD card is inserted

Charging from mobile battery

Charging with a mobile battery

Maximum output of mobile battery
Whether charging is possible
29W ×

* We do not guarantee that the battery can be charged using a mobile battery with the same output.

By the way, on the official website“A USB Power Delivery compatible device that can output 65W (20V / 3.25A) or more can charge the main unit.”There is a description that.

Take a look at “Mouse Computer DAIV 4P” on the official website


▶ Creative app performance

for real,I tried using some Adobe applications and checked how comfortable they were.

Adobe Premiere Pro

I tried editing 4K video by easily inserting keyframes and telops, but I was able to work comfortably without feeling the weight.

* Since the DAIV 4P display itself has full HD image quality, it cannot be previewed in 4K image quality.

Adobe Photoshop

Images with a large resolution could be filtered in an instant, and I was able to use them comfortably.

Adobe Illustrator

Even if you move objects with drop shadows on top of each other in Starize, you can use them comfortably without slowing down the movement.

However, with the DAIV 4P touchpad, it was difficult to move with “Space + Drag (palm tool)”.

――Checking processing performance ――

■ CPU of review machine

  • Intel Core i7-1165G7
  • 4 cores / 8 threads
  • 2.8GHz-4.7GHz

The performance is sufficient for video conferencing, work in Word and Excel.

Image editing is sufficient in terms of processing performance, but the Adobe RGB coverage rate is not up to 100%.

However, the measurement result shows that the Adobe RGB coverage rate is 77%, which is a wide color gamut for a liquid crystal display.

You can edit the video to some extent, but it will take longer to render than a notebook with an external GPU.

* In the benchmark test conducted below, the operation mode of Control Center was set to “balance mode” and measured.

▶CPU performance


  CINEBENCH R23 test results


5884 Single core



PassMark CPU Benchmark Test Results: 12910

Score 12910

Average score of the same CPU in PassMark 10590Since it has a higher score than, it can be said that the CPU performance is good.
* Average value as of July 8, 2021

▶ SSD data transfer speed

SSD data transfer rate

It’s not particularly fast for a PCIe 3.0 x 4 SSD, but I think it’s practically fast enough unless you have many opportunities to copy large amounts of data.

In addition, it is overwhelmingly faster than SSDs and HDDs with SATA connection.

By the way, DAIV 4P can be customized by increasing the SSD capacity up to 2TB.

SSD Information

SSD Information

It was an SSD made by Micron.

* Laptops of the same model number may be equipped with SSDs from different manufacturers.

▶ Graphics performance

The graphics of the mouse computer DAIV 4P“Intel Iris Xe Graphics”is.

3DMark score
Fire Strike 3781
Time Spy 1515
Dragon Quest X Benchmark
Highest quality(1920×1080) 9268 Very comfortable
FF14 Jet Black Villas Benchmark
Standard quality(1920×1080) 4329 comfortable

* Graphics settings are measured with settings for “notebook PCs” except for the highest quality.

Street Fighter V Benchmark
resolution Average frame rate / result
1440×900 59.94 FPS comfortable
1680×1050 51.67 FPS Insufficient specs
1920×1200 41.30 FPS Insufficient specs

The specs were insufficient for 1920 x 1200, but it was possible to play if the resolution was reduced to 1440 x 900.

So, light 3D games such as Dragon Quest X have graphics performance that you can play normally.

――Appearance and other checks ――

▶ Appearance

It’s simple, stylish, and looks good.

The appearance of the mouse computer DAIV 4P.Cool angle from diagonally above

Magnesium alloy is used for the body chassis, so the texture is also good.

It’s a bright color, so it’s also an advantage that fingerprints are not noticeable.

Appearance of DAIV 4P Diagonally above from the top plate side

Top plate logo up

The folded state from diagonally above

Bottom of the main body

Hinge image

Palm rest up

The power button does not support fingerprint recognition (it does support face recognition with the camera).

Power button

▼ Equipped with a 1-megapixel WEB camera. It supports Windows Hello (face recognition function).

WEB camera

▶ Accessories etc.

A set of accessories.

DAIV 4P accessories

  • AC adapter
  • power cable
  • Support manual
  • First Step Guide
  • Warranty
  • CLIP STUDIO PAINT DEBUT serial number

Etc. are included.

* Accessories are subject to change.

▶ Summary of review of mouse computer “DAIV 4P”

This is a summary of the reviews of “Mouse Computer DAIV 4P”.

DAIV 4PIt is a good laptop because it is very lightweight, has a good design, has a wide color gamut, and has high CPU performance.

It is anxious that the exhaust noise is loud when a large load is applied, but I think that there is no choice but to make full use of the CPU performance.

Recommended for those looking for a lightweight laptop for creative work on the go!

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Windows has always been the arena of world innovation, making global companies and individuals change in the digital age. On Windows, many users open a web page for the first time, write the first e-mail in their lives, and experience the thrill of PC gaming for the first time. It is also the cornerstone of global enterprises, helping many thriving start-ups become household names.

From the release of Windows 1.0 by Microsoft on November 20, 1985 to the debut of Windows 11 on June 24, 2021, in the past 36 years, Windows has successfully transformed the PC from a cold scientific research device into a powerful and innovative productivity tool , Benefiting more than 1 billion people worldwide. Behind this, Windows has always followed and boosted the pace of development of the PC industry, promoted the popularization of many important software and hardware technologies, and led the common progress of the PC industry.

Windows 1.0—Windows 98: Establishing the “usability” of the PC

The concept of PC has appeared before Windows was born. At that time, PCs were not only extremely expensive, but the interactive mode of command line also stumped many users. Excessive use threshold limits the sales of the equipment, making it more difficult to reduce its cost.

Microsoft launched Windows 1.0 in 1985. Through the realization of intuitive user graphical interface and mouse operation, it opened a new era of full PC popularity and became an important milestone in the history of PC development. Not only that, many technologies and standards that still affect the industry today were also born during this period. For example, the multitasking mechanism that can execute multiple programs, the virtual memory technology that can improve memory performance, and the USB universal interface standard that has continued to this day…

Since then, on Windows 95, Microsoft brought the classic start menu design for the first time. With Windows 98 further improving the web browser and supporting multimedia peripherals, the PC industry also ushered in the “multimedia era” for the first time.

Windows XP—Windows 7: The computer display technology has thus risen

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The pace of innovation has never stopped. Windows Vista has become the first 64-bit home Windows operating system, and its DirectX 10 API has led the transformation of GPU unified rendering architecture. The subsequent launch of Windows 7 relied on its efficient and mature interface design and advanced DirectX 11 graphics technology to achieve another monument in the development of the PC.

Windows 8—Windows 10: The age of ultra-portability and creativity is coming

Microsoft officially released the Windows 8 operating system on October 25, 2012. Compared with the previous Windows operating system, it uses a brand-new Metro application style interface, introduces a new UWP program system, and brings the Microsoft Store for the first time. Windows 8 drastically changed the previous operation logic and provided better screen touch support. Subsequently, Microsoft launched the Surface Pro 2-in-1 notebook computer, which also created a huge opportunity for partners, which has had an impact to this day.

Since then, Windows 10 officially debuted, which better integrated the needs of traditional PCs and touch screen devices, and once again led technological innovation, whether it was DirectX 12 optimized for ultra-multi-core CPUs or the introduction of ray tracing technology. Or for native support for 3D printers, Windows 10 is at the forefront of the industry.

Windows 11: Prepare for the next generation of PCs

On June 24, 2021, the new Windows 11 operating system was officially unveiled. And this time it not only brings a new and modern translucent interface design, but also significantly enhances window management and social communication functions, actively preparing for new PC technologies. The DirectX 12 Ultimate graphics technology on Windows 11 natively supports light-tracking graphics cards, HDR displays and variable refresh rates, which can make fuller use of computing resources and increase game frame rates. In addition, Windows 11 also introduced the highly acclaimed Direct Storage and Auto HDR functions on the Xbox Series X|S. When users use it with a large-capacity NVMe SSD, Windows 11 can achieve a game experience without loading time. When paired with high-end HDR monitors, Windows 11 can automatically optimize the color effects of old games, giving people a brand new visual enjoyment.

Windows 11 also fully considers the security of the PC, through the TPM2.0 module to achieve hardware isolation and full disk encryption, effectively resisting the threat of hackers and ransomware. The enhanced voice input and touch control design further enhance the efficiency of users’ work, study, and creation. Not only that, through in-depth cooperation with mainstream hardware manufacturers, Windows 11 will be able to run Android applications* on PCs, bringing more fun to users.

Innovation never stops, Windows is still on the way

Windows has always led the development of the PC industry in its nearly 36 years of development, and the driving force behind it is its emphasis on advanced technology. On the one hand, Microsoft promotes the iteration of PC hardware through the continuous update of various technical standards and application program interfaces built into the Windows system, making PCs more powerful and more affordable, which can benefit more users. On the other hand, Windows attaches great importance to adapting to new hardware and new technologies. Whether it is touch screens, light tracking graphics cards, new storage components, or HDR displays, it is precisely because Windows actively adapts them to encourage hardware manufacturers to actively adopt and develop new technologies and new components.

Microsoft maintains a positive attitude towards new PC technologies, and has created a mutually beneficial symbiosis relationship between a new generation of PC hardware and Window, and continues this tradition to this day. As Microsoft Chief Product Officer Panos Panay said, the essence of Windows 11 will be integrated into the global hardware ecosystem along with the innovation of chips and hardware.