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Today, let's keep it simple -- and cheap. For a limited time, and while supplies last, Ombar (via Amazon) has the Poweradd 5-port desktop USB charging station for $5.99 with promo code CPM7Y9H3. Regular price: $12.99. Update: Already out of stock. Drat! I'll plumb the depths in search of something similar, so stay tuned!Note that although shipping is free, it's not Prime shipping, and therefore may take longer than two days.This is the kind of thing everyone needs. One for your desk, one for your kitchen counter -- one anywhere you routinely plug in your various devices (phone, tablet, wire-free earbuds).I don't know how much inventory this seller has available, nor how long the code will stay active. If you see a different seller listed and/or the code doesn't work, well -- the deal is probably done.Here's hoping you can snag one, because similar USB stations sell for as much as $20. The Poweradd's five ports can each output up to 2.4 amps -- enough juice for tablets and modern phones -- and will intelligently determine what's plugged in and charge accordingly.


You also get a 24-month warranty. Beyond that, it's hard to say because this is a relatively new listing with only one user review.I don't want to spoil anything, but I will say these action-RPGs deliver some of the best immersive storytelling of any games ever. The first two in particular are sweet, sad tales of rescue and redemption.If you've never played them, I simply cannot recommend them highly enough -- especially at this price.Bonus deal No. 2: If there's an Instant Pot (or similar pressure-cooker) in your present or future, why not grab a cookbook to go with it? Especially when it's free? For a limited time, the Instant Pot Cookbook: The Ultimate Guide Plus 101 Delicious Recipes is free for Kindle.


CNET's Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter!Both the US and Canada have major EV charging networks, but if you cross the border, you need to sign up for a new charging account under each provider. Starting today, that's about to get a lot easier.ChargePoint and Flo have announced a partnership that will allow account holders from each network to operate on the other's network without signing up for a new account. ChargePoint calls it a "roaming partnership," like how your phone is allowed to use different networks in different locations.



The roaming partnership is fully operational as of today. ChargePoint and Flo users will be able to use each other's networks using the same login they normally use, whether in the US or Canada. Neither ChargePoint nor Flo will charge additional fees for "roaming" use, and the taxes are handled on the backend, so it's business as usual for EV owners -- just charge up and head out."We appreciate the opportunity to partner with Flo and invite other networks to participate in similar initiatives that support our philosophy of helping to get every driver behind the wheel of an EV," said Pasquale Romano, CEO of ChargePoint, in a statement. "These experiences are good for EV drivers and simultaneously benefit station owners by increasing utilization of charging spots and opening up opportunities for businesses of all kinds to participate in the new fueling network."


Both providers use something called the Open Charge Point Interface protocol. This protocol allows charging providers to exchange information required for cross-network roaming like this. Hopefully, other providers that support the protocol will jump into the fray and make it even easier to juice up on vacation or work trips.The Porsche Taycan is still roughly a year away from hitting showrooms, but Porsche has further tipped its hand toward what its electric vehicle future is going to look like. The Taycan production car, which was previewed by a pair of Mission E concepts, is expected to bring more than 600 horsepower, a 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds and boast a driving range of about 300 miles to the party. That all sounds good, but another thing that Porsche is aiming to do real quickly is charge the Taycan and its other future battery electric vehicles.


When the Taycan launches with its "around" 90 kilowatt-hour battery pack, Porsche is aiming for a 350-kilowatt charger to replenish a battery to 300 kilometer (186 miles) of range in about 9 minutes. In comparison, a Tesla on a 120-kilowatt Supercharger takes about 30 minutes to do the same thing. Porsche says 350-kilowatt quick charging stations will be available at Porsche dealers and at 300 of the 484 Electrify America stations that are slated to be operational by next June in the United States.To further bolster the charge infrastructure, Porsche has developed a scalable charging system. The setup combines a transformer station with modular cooling and power boxes capable of powering two charging stations with up to 350 kilowatts each. As demand for charge points increases, additional power boxes can be added as needed.


For organizations that are looking for a more affordable fast charge option or that are in areas where the power grid doesn't offer a sufficient power supply, Porsche has also developed a Charge Box that draws from a 400-volt service and battery acting as a buffer. Together it can supply 320 kilowatts that can go to one or two Porsche charging stations.
For home, a 22-kilowatt Porsche Energy Manager will power up the Taycan overnight. For customers not wanting to fiddle with plugs and cables, an inductive charging system is also being developed that will offer up to an 11-kilowatt charging capability and a Wi-Fi positioning assistant system to maneuver the car into the best charge position.



If you need a low-cost laptop, the Inspiron 15 3000 is a good place to start. The internals aren't particularly beefy, but the 15.6-inch HD display, full-size keyboard, and built-in HDMI port make this a solid purchase for everyday tasks like browsing the web, creating spreadsheets, and delivering PowerPoint presentations.Asus FX502VM Intel Core i5 Quad-Core 1080p Gaming Laptop with a GTX 1060m 3GB video card, 16GB of RAM, and USB Type-C for $999 (List price: $1,249.99)

Gaming laptops are notoriously expensive, so Cyber Monday discounts are a much needed reprieve for our wallets. With a sixth-gen Core i5 processor, an abundance of memory, and a solid graphics card, this laptop is a great way to play wherever you go.


Asus C202 Chromebook Intel Celeron Dual-Core 11.6-inch Laptop for $119.99 (List price: $199.99)

If your budget is extremely tight, this tiny Chromebook from Asus is worth considering. It's lightweight and long-lasting, but you're compromising on storage, memory, and raw horsepower. It's not for everyone, but this rock-bottom sale price is pretty compelling for bargain hunters.The seventh generation of Intel's Core CPUs has only been available for a short while, but laptops with these new chips are already being discounted. This 15.6-inch Acer has a nice dual-core i3 processor, a full HD display, and a six-cell battery that can last up to 12 hours – an incredible value for $329.99.


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Savandi and Mansouri are charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, and intentional damage to a protected computer. Iran doesn't extradite to the US so the two alleged hackers are now "fugitives from American justice," the Justice Department said. The hackers alleged to have conducted cyberattacks on HBO are also from Iran. "By calling out those who threaten American systems, we expose criminals who hide behind their computer and launch attacks that threaten our public safety and national security," the FBI's executive assistant director Amy Hess said.The second generation of the Apple Pencil debuted Tuesday at Apple's "There's more in the making" event in Brooklyn. The company has redesigned the product and added a new charging method.


This is the first update to the Apple Pencil since it was introduced in 2015. For most tasks on a touchscreen, your finger is enough. But if you need more precision or just want to get a bit more creative, a stylus will let you make darker or lighter strokes in a drawing app, depending on how much pressure is applied.
The updated Apple Pencil, which uses pressure sensitivity and angle detection, adds new gesture controls that allow you to tap the sides of the pencil to switch among tools. Tap twice and you can switch your tool in the Notes app from a pencil to an eraser. The gesture controls are also customizable, allowing you to create shortcuts to difference functions.


The second-generation Apple Pencil also attaches magnetically to the side of Apple's newest iPad Pro and pairs automatically. And instead of charging via a Lightning connector, it has a new method that allows the pencil to charge wirelessly when docked to the iPad Pro. The second generation Apple Pencil is available today on Apple's website for $129, $30 more than the original Pencil. The new Pencil is not compatible with previous generations of the iPad. Apple will continue to sell the original Pencil for its older iPads. Chinese phone maker OnePlus is teaming up with automotive company McLaren to deliver a souped-up edition of its OnePlus 6T flagship.Officially unveiled today at McLaren's Technology Center in Woking, England, the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition features an orange, McLaren-inspired design, 10GB of RAM and updated charging technology that promises to charge even faster than OnePlus' signature Dash Charge technology.


The phone will be available on Dec. 13 to markets in Western Europe and North America. It will then make its way to India, China and certain countries in Northern Europe afterwards. The variant will cost $699 and £649 (or AU$973 converted from USD).For the most part, the McLaren OnePlus 6T looks similar to the original 6T, but there are some subtle changes. When it catches the light at a certain angle, for example, an orange rim accents the bottom lining of the phone. On the glossy black back is a striped pattern reminiscent of the carbon-fiber material often featured on racing cars. It's the same pattern seen on the black phone case that comes bundled with the device. Lastly, the phone's charging brick and braided cable (a change from the usual silicone-coated red cord) also have accents of deep orange.



As mentioned earlier, the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition comes with 10GB of RAM, which is a bump compared to the 6GB and 8GB options that's included with the original 6T.The McLaren variant also features what OnePlus brands as "Warp Charge 30." It's an updated charging technique that features 30 watts of power, and the company promises that the new phone can last a whole day with just a 20-minute charge.This isn't too unbelievable of a claim; we've already observed first-hand how efficient OnePlus' proprietary fast-charging technology is on the 6T and earlier phones. Known as Dash Charge, it promised a day's worth of power with a 30-minute charge. But check back soon with CNET after we test if Warp Charge is indeed any faster, and if the bump in RAM significantly affects the McLaren Edition's benchmarks and processing performance.


With this McLaren partnership, the new 6T does feel more luxurious than the original, and the thoughtful packaging drives this message home even further. The unique orange trim is indeed eye-catching and amusing to see at different angles. I can't imagine anyone besides McLaren fans or racing enthusiasts springing for the chance to purchase this model, but the 10GB of RAM would objectively appeal to any phone buyer regardless. Plus, at $699, this premium 6T edition still manages to come in below the starting price of the regular iPhone XS, Pixel 3 and Galaxy S9.Besides the cosmetic tweaks and the memory and charging upgrades, however, the phone is the same as the original. The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition still includes an in-screen fingerprint scanner, dual rear cameras, a 6.41-inch display and a Snapdragon 845 processor. For more info about the phone, read CNET's OnePlus 6T review.


WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been charged under seal by the US Justice Department with unspecified crimes, prosecutors apparently inadvertently revealed in a recent court filing in an unrelated case.The disclosure (see below), made in August by Assistant US Attorney Kellen S. Dwyer, urges the Eastern District Court of Virginia to keep the matter sealed, writing that "due to the sophistication of the defendant and the publicity surrounding the case, no other procedure is likely to keep confidential the fact that Assange has been charged."Dwyer went on to write that the charges would "need to remain sealed until Assange is arrested in connection with the charges in the criminal complaint and can therefore no longer evade or avoid arrest and extradition in this matter."


Assange has been holed up in a small room in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for more than six years to avoid extradition to the US. He initially entered the embassy to avoid extradition for a rape charge in Sweden. The country dropped that charge, but he's still facing a UK charge of skipping bail.Assange is concerned that if he leaves the embassy the US may also seek to extradite him on espionage charges. Last year, the US Justice Department was reportedly considering filing criminal charges against WikiLeaks and Assange in connection with the 2010 leak of diplomatic cables and military documents.In an emailed statement, WikiLeaks lawyer Jennifer Robinson said the disclosure confirms "there is a very real risk that the United States is going to seek to prosecute Julian Assange for his publishing activities and potentially seek to extradite him."



Over the past 12 years, WikiLeaks says it's released more than 10 million secret government documents through its website. The leaks range from a video showing an American Apache helicopter in the Iraq War shooting and killing two journalists, to emails from the Democratic National Committee exposing alleged misconduct during the 2016 presidential campaign.The Justice Department under former President Barack Obama declined to press charges for revealing the sensitive secrets, concluding that WikiLeaks was working in a capacity akin to journalism. But the case was never formally closed, and the Justice Department under President Donald Trump has signaled a willingness to take another look at the case.


The passages containing Assange's name appear in a sex trafficking case that involves national security concerns. Seitu Sulayman Kokayi was charged with enticing a teenage girl to have sex with him. He was detained, according to a court filing, because he "has a substantial interest in terrorist acts" that may be related to convictions against his father-in-law.Cheeps! If you live in the metro-Detroit area and want to learn the secrets of the Cheapskate trade, come join me this Saturday, Nov. 17, at 1 p.m. at the Hazel Park Library. I'll be sharing some of my favorite money-saving tips, giving away swag and raffling off some pretty darn good prizes. Tell a friend!Meanwhile, be sure to check out Day 8 of CNET's 10 Days of Deals. It's a Mighty good item. (Click through and you'll see what I did there.) And don't forget to tune in Friday for CNET's live Best Holiday Gifts show, featuring yours truly!


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San Jose officials told the FCC in a letter last week that the new rules could jeopardize the types of deals it made with the providers building its "smart streetlight" network."By limiting the amount of fees, the FCC is unfairly shifting the financial burden to cities," San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said in the letter. "Cities will be forced to absorb the true cost of reviewing the small-cell installations by taking funds away from essential services and programs to cover the costs to perform small-cell deployment reviews."Rosenworcel said the FCC's actions on Wednesday could "undermine these agreements -- and countless more just like them." She noted that several municipalities across the country have asked the FCC to halt its actions. Specifically, she said the National Governors Association and the National Conference of State Legislatures, as well as the United States Conference of Mayors, the National League of Cities, the National Association of Counties, and the Government Finance Officers Association have spoken out against what she called the FCC's invasive federal overreach.


"In other words, every major state and municipal organization has expressed concern about how Washington is seeking to assert national control over local infrastructure choices and stripping local elected officials and the citizens they represent of a voice in the process," Rosenworcel said. She also said she's skeptical that the $2 billion in projected cost savings as a result of this rule change will be poured into building rural broadband. She noted that there's no commitment to the FCC from wireless providers to invest this money in rural markets, nor have wireless carriers signaled to Wall Street that they expect to spend more money in rural areas."As Ronald Reagan famously said, 'trust but verify.'" Rosenworcel said. "You can try to find it here, but there is no verification. That's because the hard economics of rural deployment do not change with this decision."



iOS 12.0.1 has arrived, and it's targeted at iPhone XS users that have experienced glitches with charging and wireless reception over the past few weeks.The update, which is now available to iPhone and iPad users, should also fix issues related to iPad keyboards, video subtitles and Bluetooth reliability. Apple had pledged last week to fix the charging issue, which kept some devices from charging while they were "asleep," with a future software update. Some users had also complained about reception issues when transitioning between Wi-Fi networks and cellular services. Some users of the new iPhone XS and XS Max have also complained that the new phones' front cameras are overly "smoothing" selfies, but that appears to be intended functionality of the updated computational photography features.


Is it too much to ask that when you plug in your iPhone to charge, it charges? Apparently so. But a fix is on the way for a charging bug in Apple's new iPhone XS.CNET's Katie Collins and Richard Trenholm concentrate their very hardest to learn about a new font specially formulated to help you remember the things you read. The twisty typeface Sans Forgetica uses a technique called "desirable difficulty". Or we think that's what it's called. To be honest, it all went in one ear and out the other. Plus Katie takes us on a trip inside Facebook's brains: a new server centre. At the Facebook centre in Ireland, you can physically see the world's Facebook activity happening. And while you spend your time liking things on the social network, employees have developed a liking for bees.We also take a look at two new movies hitting theatres soon. First up, there's the very smart new space race drama First Man. We got to hang out with star Ryan Gosling and director Damien Chazelle to find out more. And out this week is Venom, which is, well, not so smart. Find out how star Tom Hardy channeled Woody Allen, of all people, in this silly but fun supervillain caper.


We're always excited to hear your feedback, so pop your thoughts, responses and musings in the comments below. And if you enjoyed this week's episode then please do us the great great honour of writing a glowing review on iTunes. We'll be eternally grateful.Microsoft has been working to shift Cortana from a standalone assistant into an "assistance aide" in the age of Amazon's Alexa, Google's Assistant and Apple's Siri. In August, Microsoft and Amazon launched a long-awaited collaboration between Cortana and Alexa. Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina on Thursday said an "extremely successful" GoFundMe campaign that raised over $400,000 for a homeless veteran was a scam.New Jersey couple Katelyn McClure and Mark D'Amico created the GoFundMe campaign on Nov. 10, 2017, saying homeless veteran Jonny Bobbitt Jr. had given his last $20 to McClure for gas after her car broke down. The campaign's original target goal was $10,000 and said money would be used to help Bobbitt with rent, a vehicle and up to six months of living expenses. In the next two weeks, the campaign went viral and was shared widely in the media and online in the US and internationally.



"The entire campaign was predicated on a lie," said Coffina in a release posted Thursday on Facebook. "Less than an hour after the GoFundMe campaign went live, McClure, in a text exchange with a friend, stated that the story about Bobbitt assisting her was 'completely made up.'"McClure, D'Amico and Bobbitt were charged with theft by deception and conspiracy to commit theft by deception. McClure and D'Amico surrendered to authorities and were released. Bobbitt remains in custody.More than 14,000 donors contributed nearly $403,000 during the 2017 holiday season to this campaign. All the donors will get their money back, Coffina said.McClure and D'Amico's lawyers declined to comment. Bobbitt's lawyer didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.


"Campaigns with misuse make up less than one tenth of one percent of all campaigns," said Bobby Whitthorne, spokesperson for GoFundMe, in an email statement. "We have a zero tolerance policy for fraudulent behavior. If fraud occurs, donors get refunded and we work with law enforcement officials to recover the money."The US Justice Department on Thursday swung hard at China with a one-two punch intended to counter industrial espionage.First, the agency unveiled charges against Chinese and Taiwanese companies and individuals for allegedly stealing trade secrets related to semiconductor technology. That case involves Idaho-based Micron Technology.


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Auf der Gamescom gibt es nicht nur Games, sondern auch spannende Hardware. Medion hat zwei Laptops zum Zocken im Angebot, die preislich und ausstattungstechnisch attraktiv sind: das Medion Erazer X7849 und X6601 im Messe-Hands-on.Der X7849 ist eher das Powerbook der beiden Laptops. Er ist größer, schwerer und leistungsfähiger als das X6601. Das kleine Modell kann wiederum gerade durch sein geringeres Gewicht und das UHD-Display punkten.Das 17-Zoll-Gerät hat ein LED-Display mit Full-HD-Auflösung (1920 × 1080 Pixel). Das ist scharf und stellt die Farben kontrastreich dar. Allerdings haben wir den Laptop auch nur in einer dunklen Umgebung begutachten können. Wie hell das Display ist, können wir noch nicht sagen.


Medion Erazer X7849(© 2016 CURVED)

Der verbaute Prozessor stammt aus der i7-HK-Reihe und lässt sich übertakten. Als Grafikkarte kommt die Desktop-GPU-Version von Nvidias GTX 1070 mit acht Gigabyte GDDR5-Speicher zum Einsatz. Damit ist der Laptop kompatibel mit den VR-Brillen Oculus Rift und HTC Vive. Bis zu 64 Gigabyte DDR4-RAM könnt Ihr verbauen.


Gut gemacht: Es ist zwar nicht so einfach, aber Ihr könnt die Unterseite des Laptops aufschrauben und Festplatten, SSDs oder Arbeitsspeicher austauschen. Je nachdem, wie Ihr den Laptop beim Kauf konfiguriert, wird er mit zwei Festplatten (2,5 Zoll) mit bis zu 3TB und zwei SSDs (M.2) bis 512 GB ausgestattet. Auch bei den Anschlüssen wurde an alles gedacht: Es gibt zwei "USB 3.1 Typ C"-Anschlüsse, drei "USB 3.0"-Buchsen, zwei "Mini Display Port"-Anschlüsse, einen HDMI-Ausgang, Speicherkartenleser, LAN-Anschluss, Mikrofon-Eingang, Line-In und ein S/PDIF.


Obwohl die Tastatur sehr flach ist, fühlt sie sich noch angenehm an. Mir persönlich ist sie trotzdem zu niedrig, aber das ist Geschmacksache. Das Touchpad reagiert direkt, die Klicks sind präzise. Konkurrenzprodukte fühlen sich aber ein bisschen besser an. Insgesamt bringt der Laptop ungefähr 3,5 Kilo auf die Waage. Zu haben ist er ab 1.599 Euro.
Im Gegensatz zum oben besprochenen 17-Zoll-Laptop ist das X6601 ein bisschen kleiner. Medion setzt hier auf einen 15,6-Zoll-Bildschirm. Dieser ist bietet je nach Ausstattung Full-HD- oder UHD-Auflösung (3840 × 2160 Pixel).



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Als Prozessor ist entweder Intels i5 6300HQ oder der i7 6700HQ verbaut. Dazu kommt von Nvidia eine GTX 960M mit zwei Gigabyte Speicher. Beim Arbeitsspeicher könnt Ihr immerhin bis zu 32 Gigabyte einbauen. Über einen M.2-Anschluss könnt Ihr eine SSD mit bis zu 512 Gigabyte neben einer Festplatte mit bis zu zwei Terabyte betreiben.Die Anschlüsse sind ähnlich zum VR-fähigen Laptop: 1x USB 3.1 Typ C, 3x USB 3.0, HDMI-Ausgang, Kartenleser, 2x mini Displayport, LAN, Mikrofon und Kopfhörer. Die Tasten sind sehr flach, aber auch hier wackelt nichts, sondern lässt sich präzise bedienen. Der X6601 wiegt etwa 2,5 Kilo und ist ab sofort bei Medion in Webshop ab 1.049 Euro erhältlich.


Die Akkulaufzeit liegt bei beiden Laptops bei vier Stunden Videostreaming. Wir können also davon ausgehen, dass Zocken wahrscheinlich nur für höchstens ein bis zwei Stunden möglich sein wird. Das ist für Gaming-Laptops nicht ungewöhnlich, doch schränkt es die Mobilität ein.Davon abgesehen bekommt Ihr sehr gut ausgestattete Laptops, die günstiger sind als die Modelle der Konkurrenz. Legt Ihr Wert auf Virtual Reality, dann greift zum X7849, denn das X6601 erfüllt laut Nvidia nicht die Mindestanforderungen für die VR-Brillen.Auf der Computex in Taipei hat Computerhersteller Dell neue 2-in-1-Laptops mit Windows 10 angekündigt. Unter dem Namen "Inspiron" gibt es bald verschiedene Convertibles in 11, 13, 15 und 17 Zoll.


Die 2-in-1-Computer haben ihren Namen, weil sie sowohl per Touchscreen als Tablet als auch als vollwertiger Laptop mit Tastatur verwendet werden können. Wie bei der Yoga-Reihe von Lenovo könnt Ihr den Bildschirm um 360 Grad nach hinten umklappen und das Gerät somit auch wie ein Zelt aufstellen, um beispielsweise Videos zu schauen oder Freunden Fotos zu zeigen.Dell verbaut in seiner neuen Reihe "Inspiron 7000 2-in-1" Intels i-Prozessoren der aktuellen 6. Generation. Sie unterstützt den sprachgesteuerten digitalen Assistenten Cortana und auch den Login per Windows Hello, bei dem das Gerät u.a. per Gesichtserkennung entsperrt wird, wenn Ihr Euch für die Variante mit eingebauter Infrarot-Kamera entscheidet.


Dazu gesellt sich ein 17 Zoll großer Full-HD-Bildschirm mit 1920 x 1080 Pixeln mit, laut Herstellerangaben, großen Blickwinkeln, der die 7000er-Serie zum größten 2-in-1-Gerät der Welt macht. Außerdem finden wir einen USB-Typ-C-Port am Gerät und auf Wunsch auch eine SSD im Gerät. Beim WLAN setzt Dell auf den neuen 802.11ac Standard. Die Spezifikationen können je nach Wunsch angepasst werden.Bisher ist der Verkaufsstart im Juni in den USA und China bekannt. Dass die Geräte auch in Europa auf den Markt kommen, ist noch nicht bestätigt. Kosten werden diese Modelle ab 750 Dollar.



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Im 11-Zoll-Format hat Dell einen Laptop in Handtaschengröße vorgestellt: den "Inspiron 11 3000 2-in-1". Die Displayauflösung des 11,6-Zoll-Bildschirms liegt aber nur bei 1366 x 768 Pixeln. Als Prozessor können Modelle bis zu Intels M3 verbaut werden. USB-Ports bieten USB 3.0 und zusätzlich ist ein microSD-Kartenleser vorhanden.Das Modell wird in den Farben rot, weiß, blau und schwarz erscheinen. Kosten werden die 11-Zoll-Geräte ab 250 Dollar. Doch auch hier gilt der Verkaufsstart im Juni erstmal nur für die USA und China.


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Im 13- und 15-Zoll-Format bringt Dell auch "Inspiron 5000"-Geräte mit dem 2-in-1-Faktor auf den Markt. Mit einem Full-HD-Display (1920 x 1080 Pixel), einer SSD und bis zu 16 Gigabyte Arbeitsspeicher (DDR4-RAM) sind sie ordentlich ausgestattet. Dazu kommt noch eine Infrarot-Kamera für die Gesichtserkennung durch Windows Hello.Marktstart ist der 2. Juni in den USA und China. Kosten werden die Geräte ab 530 Dollar. Dieser Preis variiert je nach gewünschter Ausstattung.


Neue Modelle ohne 2-in-1

Die "Inspiron 5000"-Serie bietet ein 15- und 17-Zoll-Modell mit Full-HD-Auflösung, einen schnellen Prozessor bis zu Intels i7 der 6. Generation und bis zu 16 Gigabyte Arbeitsspeicher. Je nachdem, was Ihr so möchtet, könnt Ihr die Spezifikationen anpassen. Allerdings sind diese Geräte normale Laptops ohne den 360-Grad-Bildschirm.Diese Modelle werden später im Jahr weltweit auf den Markt kommen. Der Preis variiert je nach Spezifikation. Einen Startpreis gibt es noch nicht.


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The new iPad Pro also comes with Face ID, which uses a collection of cameras, sensors, and algorithms to identify your face in a way that it claims is more secure than fingerprint authentication or passwords. It works well, and doesn’t require that cut-out notch on the screen like the iPhone. It’s not quirk-free, though. We usually hold our iPhones in a portrait (vertical) orientation because that’s just how they fit in our hand. With an iPad like this, you almost always use two hands, and that means there isn’t really a "right" or "wrong" way to hold it. From time to time, my hands would sometimes accidentally block the Face ID camera when I held it in landscape (widescreen) orientation. And if I’m lounging around, my face may also be out of view. As I’ve gotten used to keeping my head in front of the tablet screen, and my hands away from its front-facing camera, Face ID evolved from a hindrance to a helpful, secure aid. I’ve never bothered to add a passcode or use Touch ID on older iPads. Now it’s easy enough that I just might.


The 7-megapixel front camera is also pretty proficient at selfies, Animoji, and video chatting—-provided your hand isn’t blocking it. The 12-megapixel shooter is also up to iPhone standards, though I’ve found it a little too cumbersome (and embarrassing!) to use a 13-inch tablet as a camera while I’ve roamed around San Francisco this weekend. Apple did show me some impressive demonstrations of its augmented reality capabilities, made possible by that camera. I examined the inside of a plant to learn all about how it lives in an app called Plantale, and had fun bringing a Lego Ninjago playset to life as an iOS game. I grew up as one of those kids who hated damaging his beautiful Lego creations. I may have had more fun if I could have blown them up digitally.


Yet As Powerful As a PC

The inside of the iPad is just as impressive as the outside. The Pro has an A12X Bionic chip, which is kind of a turbocharged version of the processor that’s packed into every iPhone XS and XR. It has eight cores: four for super demanding work, like playing Fortnite, and four more for easier tasks, like perusing your email. This year, it can mix and match those cores more efficiently, giving it almost 2x better multi-core performance than before. The graphics chip also pumps out around 2x more power, all without compromising the 10-hour battery life every iPad has gotten.



Apple claims the new iPad Pro is faster than 92 percent of all laptops sold in the past year, including some with an Intel Core i7 CPU, and compared its game graphics prowess to an Xbox One S. No apps or games I’ve used have been able to make the Pro break a sweat at all and benchmark numbers have been impressive.


Photographers and video editors might like the new storage options. The Pro comes with 64GB of memory by default, but you can bump that number as high as 1TB. And since this tablet has a USB-C charging port, you can more easily connect it to a camera, external monitor, and other accessories. Yes, that is singular. There is only one port. Start shopping for dongles if you need more. Apple now sells a ton of them. And pick up some good wireless headphones while you’re at it. Though Apple’s redesigned quad speakers sound amazing for a tablet (or laptop), the headphone jack is gone.


Pencil or Keyboard?

Apple redesigned its two key accessories for the new iPad Pro. The new Apple Pencil ($129) and Smart Keyboard Folio ($179) each got noticeable upgrades this year. The one you choose may indicate how much you’ll like your new iPad Pro.The Apple Pencil is my favorite. It now has a matte plastic design and comes flat on one side so it can magnetically snap onto the edge of either size iPad Pro—automatically pairing via Bluetooth and charging. It’s hard to stress how much of a game changer this simple magnetic charging is, but it eliminates a lot of needless steps. The Pencil is always charged, paired, and ready to go. (Just be careful; it can still snap off in your bag.)


I’m a god-awful artist, but I found myself doodling on the iPad Pro. Three years after its debut, the refined Pencil is still the most responsive, accurate digital writing tool I’ve ever used. It’s fun to try out different virtual drawing tools, like colored pencils, and as a leftie, I love that iPad never thinks I’m trying to draw with my palm.The 12.9-inch Pro is still a huge tablet, but feels more manageable this year thanks to the thinner bezels. In fact, it’s now about the size of a magazine (or sheet of paper, as Apple likes to point out), which is a comfortable, familiar size for reading and writing.



The Smart Keyboard Folio is also improved. It magnetically snaps onto the back of the tablet with an equally pleasant click and also just works. It now has two angles you can choose from and the keys are naturally spaced and have enough travel (depth) and click to them that it didn’t take me any time to adjust from my MacBook Pro. My only complaints? It would be nice to have even more angles, and the larger iPad can feel a bit unstable if you use it on your lap. Since the camera sits on the left side, it’s tough to frame yourself properly for a video chat.
By every measure I can think of, these are the best, most powerful, most capable iPads I’ve ever used. They put other tablets to shame.


But Apple has begged the question: Can an 11-inch ($799) or 13-inch ($999) iPad Pro replace your need for a MacBook or Windows PC at work? It’s possible, but you’ll need the right kind of occupation, and a lot of patience and determination.No laptop can emulate the drawing capabilities of the Apple Pencil, or feel as natural to hold and use with touch. It’s not even close. The iPad Pro has a clear lead over PCs there.As a more traditional work PC, it sometimes struggles. In a pinch, the iPad Pro and its Smart Keyboard are usable. For example, I wrote this review on the Pro in Google Docs while also opening webpages on the right side of my screen, but it took me longer than normal to do research and collect links—and a good long while to figure out how to do other tasks. I wanted to use the normal web version of Docs, but I had to use the app. My office also uses a collaboration tool called Airtable that wouldn’t work in an iPad browser. It also tossed me to the app, which lacked key features. Attaching specific files was kind of a nightmare in the Gmail app, too. Some apps, like Spotify, don’t allow Split View multitasking (side-by-side viewing) at all yet. You have to use them full screen. Spreadsheets are also tougher (slower) to manipulate in the apps I’ve used.


I found solutions to all of these problems, and I’m sure I can keep finding creative solutions to make the iPad Pro work as a PC, but the hassles will keep coming. The iPad’s web browsers are still treated more like their less-capable smartphone counterparts, and the apps that are supposed to work in their place also sometimes lack desktop features. Part of this is the fault of developers, but Apple bears responsibility, as well.It doesn’t feel like the world is ready to treat my iPad as an equal to a PC yet—even if that iPad is a lot more powerful and user friendly. Now that Apple has declared the iPad is a PC, it should take more of the guardrails off of iOS and strongly encourage developers to treat it like they do the Mac. It’s time for iOS to grow up and get a job.


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I'm a Chinese-American journalist in Hong Kong, covering consumer tech in Asia. Before focusing on this exciting beat, I was a general culture writer and editor with bylines in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, New York Magazine, among others.Voltaic Systems has introduced a portable battery pack with USB Type-C power delivery for a faster charge rate for portable devices.The V88 portable battery allows users to quickly and safely charge laptops, digital still cameras, smartphones, drones and more while not on the power grid. The battery pack contains a high voltage laptop port for traditional laptops and drones, a USB quick charge 3.0 port for smartphones and tablets and a USB Type-C port with power delivery for quick charging to MacBooks and USB-C laptops.Voltaic said the battery pack allows users to fully charge a laptop in under two hours at a charge rate of 45 W using a USB-PD supported charging cable.


The battery pack can be recharged through its solar panel or through the included AC wall charger. In addition, the battery features pass-through charging, allowing the V88 to charge from the sun or an AC outlet while charging other devices.Fundamentally, charging cables are all the same. They’re just copper wire wrapped in a protective sheath, carrying negatively charged electrons towards a rechargeable battery.Yet thanks to the infinite wisdom of device manufacturers, most cables only work with specific devices. This can be really frustrating when you have to carry separate cords for your laptop, phone and tablet.The solution is Double Mag, a two-way charging cable with interchangeable connectors. This useful accessory works with pretty much all phones, tablets and laptops, and you can use it for file transfers too.



The magnetic design lets you switch between connectors in seconds, and Double Mag comes with an array of useful options. For instance, you can use the Lightning connector to charge your iOS devices, or grab the micro USB connector to charge your drone battery.To make the magic happen, Double Mag has strong magnets at each end of the cable. These hold the interchangeable connectors safely and securely, while still allowing you to make a switch in seconds.The cable itself is more durable than the weedy thing provided by your phone maker. You will notice that the insulation is thicker than on many cables, and the combination of PVC and nylon makes Double Mag pretty strong. Furthermore, this cable is difficult to get tangled.


Double Mag is compatible with Quick Charge 3.0, USB-PD (Power Delivery) and USB 2.0 devices. There are four different connectors to choose from, plus a neat LED light attachment.In addition, the folks at XPower make a magnetic converter that turns a regular micro-USB cable into a universal charging cable.“The XPower Double Mag 2-Way Magnetic Cable is a powerful charging cable that can connect to any device with 10 times charging speed. This magnetic cable supports a wide range of connectors such as USB Power Delivery, micro-USB and LED Bulb.” — XPower on Kickstarter
It has been a long time coming, but it seems we finally have a universal charging cable. Double Mag is durable, easy to use and very versatile.


Foolproof charging?

It’s always worth treating unofficial third-party chargers with caution. While Double Mag definitely looks the part, we await the early reviews with interest.USB-C is fast becoming the default connector for new devices like smartphones, headphones, Bluetooth speakers and tablets. Apple's MacBooks have switched over to USB-C charging, but PC laptops are moving more slowly: you can charge the Surface Go over USB-C, for example, but you can't charge the new Surface Laptop 2 the same way. Since plugging into the wall isn't always convenient, can you carry a USB-C battery bank instead of a charger to get a top-up on the go? Maybe -- but you'll have to choose carefully.


The Iceworks 7000 (£19.99) is extremely portable: it's the size and weight of a smartphone (78mm by 155mm by 8mm and 160g), but has 7,000mAh of power -- more than some bulkier and heavier chargers we've tested. The integral cable tucks neatly into the corner of the portable charger, making a neat little package and meaning you don't have to remember to take the a charging cable with you.USB-C is slightly smarter than earlier versions of the standard: it starts delivering power as soon as you plug it into a device that can draw power instead of you having to press a button, and the power level indicator lights up automatically.


Although USB-C supports two-way power connections as part of the USB Power Delivery spec, you can't charge the Iceworks 7000 with the built-in cable as it's not a USB PD device -- you need to power it through a second USB-C port on the side (there's a cable in the box for that). You can also power a second device from the second port, which means with the right cable you can charge older Micro-USB devices.



For such a small and cheap device, we were impressed with the power it can deliver. If you're charging a phone, you'll get about two full charges out of it. The 15W (5V/3A) output is on the low side for a tablet or PC, but we were able to use it to power a Surface Go. After using the Surface Go throughout the day, it was down to 10 percent battery. After plugging in the Iceworks 7000 and switching the Windows power plan to 'battery optimised', the Surface Go battery got up to 16 percent after an hour's use, with wi-fi on and OneNote and the Twitter app running. The Iceworks 7000 still had 50 percent of its battery charge left.


On a different day, we ran the Surface Go battery down to 6 percent and plugged the Iceworks 7000 in while running a more demanding mix of apps -- streaming video and browsing web pages with live captions for the video that updated in real time. This time, the Surface Go battery stayed at 6 percent for the next half hour and had charged to only 7 percent after an hour (while we continued streaming video), although the battery bank still had 75 percent charge. When we plugged in the external battery and shut the lid on the Surface Go (which puts it into sleep rather than suspending it), it recharged at about 8 percent per hour.


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