More Intel Arc GPUs Have Confirmed Pricing and Nvidia Should Be Concerned

Intel is moving forward with its planned release for the Intel Arc A7 desktop graphics cards, confirming pricing for the Arc A750 and A770 Limited Edition (LE), having already confirmed the price and release date of the regular A770.

While the last card is in the middle of $329, the LE variant – which has 16GB of upgraded VRAM, compared to the regular model’s 8GB – will cost $349, while the A750 comes in at an MSRP of $349. 289 very economical. There is also an LE version of the A750, but the differences seem to be just cosmetic. (Pricing and availability of these cards outside the US is yet to be confirmed.)

Pixel Watch price leak suggests Google isn’t trying to match the Apple Watch

If you expected the Pixel Watch to be the Wear OS equivalent of the Apple Watch 8, a new price leak suggests you might be disappointed as it looks set to undermine Apple’s flagship wearable and not even come close to Apple’s price. Ultra.

According to Roland Quandt (opens in new tab) – a leaker with a decent track record – the Wi-Fi version of the Pixel Watch will cost £339 in the UK. While not cheap, it’s way less than the Apple Watch 8’s $399 / £419 / AU$629 starting price or the Samsung Galaxy’s $449.99 / £429 / AU$799.99 starting price Watch 5 Pro.

Nvidia explains what you need to know about RTX 4000 GPU power demands

Nvidia clarified the situation surrounding its RTX 4000 graphics cards and its demands on the power supply front, following what Team Green described as an “increase in questions” regarding compatibility with next-gen GPUs.

And the short answer for those worried about needing to buy a new power supply for direct compatibility is that they don’t have to – no need to have a new ATX 3.0 model with PCIe 5.0 power connectors (known as 12VHPWR). .

Don’t Expect to Get an Amazon Kindle Scribe Deal on Prime Day (or Black Friday)

The new Amazon Kindle Scribe is a big change to the retail giant’s ereader lineup, bringing the biggest screen and most storage we’ve ever seen to a Kindle, plus, for the first time, a note-taking pen.

Interested fans, however, might be put off by the ereader’s $339 / £329 starting price, which goes even higher if you want more storage or the Premium pen with more note-taking features.

Sorry Skyrim lovers, RPG is now officially old

The beloved RPG Skyrim can now be considered officially old as it hits the most popular PC gaming store for classic games.

GOG (or Good Old Games) announced that Skyrim would come to the platform celebrating the store’s 14th anniversary. Still one of the best RPGs on the market, Skyrim’s original release and its updated Anniversary Edition are available for purchase again – both at deep discounts.

Fitbit Inspire 3, Versa 4 and Sense 2 fitness wearables are now available in India

Fitbit’s latest wearables, Fitbit Inspire 3, Fitbit Versa 4 and Fitbit Sense 2, are now available in India. These devices are slimmer and can be used day and night, and you don’t have to carry them every day.

The Google-owned brand said the Fitbit Inspire 3 fitness tracker and the Fitbit Versa 4 and Fitbit Sense 2 smartwatches are available from online and offline partners in the country. The three wearables were released worldwide last month.

Oculus Quest 3 design and specs may have already leaked

Meta is set to finally show off its Project Cambria VR headset on October 11, but the company’s other successor to the company’s Quest 2, the Oculus Quest 3, may have leaked.

With the Oculus Quest 2 being a huge success, Meta announced it was working on two follow-up devices. The first is Project Cambria (which is believed to be called Meta Quest Pro), and it will almost certainly debut in Meta Connect 2022, if Mark Zuckerberg’s teasers are to be believed.

As Google Stadia Dies, Think About Its Fantastic Controller

The sudden announcement of Google Stadia’s demise may have come as a shock, but it certainly wasn’t a surprise.

Since its launch in 2018, Google Stadia has struggled to find a large audience, which has only gotten worse with Xbox Cloud Gaming and Nvidia GeForce Now dominating the space.

Amazon’s Cheap 4K QLED TVs Have Great PS5 Support, But There’s a Dolby Atmos Capture

At Amazon’s big event in September 2022, the company showcased the first QLED Fire TVs made under its own Omni brand. The initial info felt incredibly well-specified for the price – we’re talking a full-array direct backlight with local dimming, Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10 + Adaptive HDR, the widest colors of QLED, 4K resolution, a near-bezel-less design and 65 75-inch and 75-inch size options, all for $799 for the 65-inch or $1,099 for the 75-inch. (The sets are not planned for release outside the US.)

Amazon has now confirmed more details on the new Omni QLED TVs, including surprisingly good gaming support to rival cheaper options in our guide to the best TVs for gaming. Specifically, there is support for HDMI 2.1, including Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR).

Apple gets its 3rd iPhone maker in India – Pegatron opens factory in TN

As Apple makes further moves to diversify its supply chains outside of China, one of its contract manufacturers, Taiwanese company Pegatron, has opened its mobile factory near Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

Pegatron installed the mobile factory under the government’s Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme, and iPhone production in India is expected to increase in India.