Month: September 2023

Yale launches a new home security system for Europe

Yale has launched a new line of its home security products specifically for the European market. In addition to a new video doorbell, the company revealed the next-gen of its smart alarm system, plus new indoor and outdoor smart cameras — all of which integrate with its line of smart…

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Nvidia is powering a mega Tesla supercomputer powered by 10,000 H100 GPUs

Tesla has revealed its investment into a massive compute cluster comprising 10,000 Nvidia H100 GPUs specifically designed to power AI workloads. The system, which went online this week, is designed to process the mountains of data its fleet of vehicles collect with a view to accelerating the development of fully…

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Lenovo Legion Go hands-on: A more Switch-like handheld gaming PC

For fans of handheld gaming PCs, 2023 just keeps getting better. Following the release of ASUS’ ROG Ally earlier this year, Lenovo is entering the category with the Legion Go. And, after getting the chance to go hands-on with it, I think some of Lenovo’s twists may end up making…

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Lenovo announces its first 16-inch Legion gaming laptop

Lenovo has introduced its new flagship gaming laptop at IFA 2023, and it's the first 16-inch model under the company's Legion brand. Called the Lenovo Legion 9i, it's powered by the 13th-gen Intel Core i9 processor and can be equipped with up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTXTM 4090 Laptop GPU,…

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Lenovo’s new Legion 9i is a liquid-cooled, Mini LED, RGB monstrosity

Lenovo has announced a new Legion 9i, and it might just be the wildest thing I’ve ever seen from the Legion line. It’s coming in October, it starts at a whopping $4,399 (you know, a totally normal price to pay for things), and Lenovo is throwing in all kinds of…

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With Legion Go gaming handheld, Lenovo takes aim at the ROG Ally

Every company and its mother seems to be putting out handheld gaming PCs these days, and Lenovo is next to the plate. The company has announced the Legion Go, its first Windows-powered gaming handheld, which will be available for purchase in October. It’s got an 8.8-inch QHD Plus screen, an…

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