AMD today revealed its new 2014 Performance Mobile APUs designed for ultrathin and high-performance mobile PCs. This mobile APUs comes with Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) features and Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture for mobile devices for the first time. Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, Toshiba and others expected to launch devieces based on this new APU unit in the coming months. AMD 2014 Performance Mobile APU Features: Revolutionary Architecture Up to 12 Compute Cores (4 CPU + 8 GPU)1 deliver amazing performance and responsiveness, bringing to life the full capability of the APU on various workloads and applications The breakthrough new Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) allows the CPU and GPU to work together in harmony by quickly dividing and directing the right tasks toward the appropriate cores for new levels of performance and efficiency in consumer and commercial desktop and notebook PCs, thus enabling a new era of compute ...

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Nvidia today announced their new GeForce 800M notebook CPUs offering performance improvement of  60% over the previous generation. These chips comes with a new feature called NVIDIA Battery Boost which will allow gamers to play up to 2x longer gaming on their laptops. Here’s how it works: instead of your notebook pushing every component to its max, Battery Boost targets a user defined frame rate, such as 30 FPS. The driver level governor takes over from there, and operates all your system components, including CPU, GPU, and memory at peak efficiency, while maintaining a smooth, playable experience. Also, Nvidia is bringing GeForce ShadowPlay to notebooks which lets you capture high-quality in-game footage or broadcast your gaming exploits to Twitch.TV, all with virtually no performance impact. This GeForce 800M chip range allows OEMs to deliver gaming laptops with more thin profile than ever without sacrificing performance. ...

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Microsoft last week announced that they have started the roll-out of February system update for Xbox One customers. As you already know, this update includes several new improvements such as the ability to see and manage your storage space, ability to use your USB keyboard,  and more. One more unreported improvement is that the strong sharpening filter issue reported by many in Xbox One is not fixed. For games that didn’t run natively at a 1080p resolution, and were upscaled to that full HD experience, a strong sharpening filter was applied that caused aliasing and jagged edges. Since it is fixed now, unscaled games should look better. Drew McCoy of Respawn Entertainment also confirmed that, “This should also make the scaler much better”. Find more screenshots from the link below. via: NeoGAF ...

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Lenovo today announced their successor to the popular Y510 gaming laptop. There are two laptops in the Y-series, the 14-inch Y40 and the 15.6-inch Y50. Both these laptops can be ordered up to 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor, an HDD or SSD, JBL speakers and Dolby Home Theater v4 and runs on Windows 8.1. The Y50 comes with number of optional items such as backlit keyboard, Ultra HD 3840×2160 display or full HD 1920×1080 display with optional touch, NVIDIA GeForce GPU. The Y40 comes with a full HD display and optional AMD Radeon GPU. Both these laptops will be available in May at major retailers starting at $999. Lenovo also announced Z-series mainstream laptops 14-inch Z40 and 15.6-inch Z50. These laptops comes in black, silver or white,  HDD or hybrid SSD, with an optional full HD 1920×1080 display and CPU up to a 4th gen Intel Core i7 processor. Similar ...

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