OneXPlayer review – Handheld gaming console with Ryzen 7-5800U

OneXPlayer review

One of the trends in gaming handheld computers in recent years is the installation of AMD SoCs instead of their Intel counterparts. Its presence is quite high, for instance, an AMD processor was used in AYANEO and STEAM Deck that has not been released in many countries including Japan. So, it is not surprising to see AMD Ryzen being used in OneXPlayer.

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MateBook E Review – Better than Microsoft Surface?

huawei matebook e review

The Huawei MateBook E introduced this time is a 12.6-inch 2in1 with a detachable keyboard that also supports pens. The processor to be installed is i3 or i5 of the 11th generation Tiger Lake platform. Up to this point, it is fairly common, but the feature is that the 12.6-inch panel is an OLED with WQXGA display packing 2,560 x 1,600 pixels.

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DesignEvo Review – Best Logo maker 2022

DesignEvo Review

There are myriad ways of getting the best logo. You can either hire someone to create the logo or you can do it yourself, within minutes by making a professional logo yourself in few minutes by using DesignEvo. This is a free online logo website where you can get your desired logo without paying a single penny. If you want higher resolution logo, you will have to pay a small amount.

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AMD RX 7700XT benchmarks suggest its performance is same as 6900XT

AMD RX 7700 XT is based on the RDNA3 architecture, with a 6nm Navi 33 core and an area of ​​360-460mm2, which is a large circle smaller than Navi 21 (520mm2). It comes with 8GB GDDR6 video memory, unlimited cache 128~256MB, the whole card power consumption 200W.

However, due to changes in the underlying design of graphics card, a single chip still integrates at most 5,120 stream processors that are the same as the AMD RX 6900 XT, but only 4,096 of the Navi 33 are accessible.

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