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Where is administration?
It is about advertisement on your website.
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The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra aims to bring two worlds together: work and leisure. In our test, the Galaxy Tablet reveals some strengths for gaming and multimedia use and is also able to perform convincingly in the productivity area together with its S Pen. But this also has its price ...
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Lenovo upgrades its ThinkPad X13 Gen 4 with an OLED screen and 5G. With these premium features, it is much closer to the ThinkPad X1 Carbon - without giving the X13 any unique idenity.
Testberichte / Re: HP EliteBook 845 G10 im Te...
Last post by e-pawel - Yesterday at 23:10:44
Weiß jemand wo ich die Ausführung mit dem 7840U und dem WQXGA/120Hz Bildschirm finde? Online (zumindest im deutschsprachigen Raum) gibt es dieses Display nur mit der HS CPU, den 7840U hingegen nur mit FHD... Zum Mäuse melken

Quote from: NikoB on Yesterday at 22:49:59Install 64GB of RAM, install a 4TB SSD and replace the screen (this is only 1-1.5 hours of manual work, if they are not crooked from birth - a joke) 2.5k or even 4k@120-165Hz, purchasing it yourself.

Can you post a link to a shop where one can get a compatible 2,5/3/4K replacement screen?
Testberichte / Audio ist Schrott
Last post by emmele - Yesterday at 22:59:03
"Die Stereolautsprecher produzieren einen ordentlichen Klang, der aber kaum Bass vorweisen kann. Für ein besseres Klangerlebnis empfehlen sich Kopfhörer oder externe Lautsprecher."


Die Lautsprecher sind die leisesten, was ich seit meinem ersten Laptop 2002 erlebt habe. Sie sind dermaßen leise (bei maximaler Lautstärke), dass jedes normale Geräusche dazu führt, dass man nichts mehr versteht.
Testberichte / Re: HP EliteBook 845 G10 im Te...
Last post by NikoB - Yesterday at 22:49:59
By the way, I forgot to add that the version with 7840U is much quieter in operation than the top version with 7940HS. Losing only 18% of sustained CPU performance.

This is another reason to buy this "cheap" version. And carry out the upgrade yourself.

Install 64GB of RAM, install a 4TB SSD and replace the screen (this is only 1-1.5 hours of manual work, if they are not crooked from birth - a joke) 2.5k or even 4k@120-165Hz, purchasing it yourself.

As a result, you will get a much quieter laptop with a semi-matte rather than glossy 2.5k-4k 120-165Hz screen, twice the RAM and 4 times the SSD (and both with a 5+ year warranty) and at the same time its price will be at least $500-600 lower than the top model G10 845 with 7940HS. =)
News / Sony WF-1000XM5 wireless ANC e...
Last post by Redaktion - Yesterday at 22:46:09
Just two months after its launch, Sony's popular AirPods Pro alternative has dropped to its most affordable sale price thus far as a 20% coupon code on eBay brings the wireless WF-1000XM5 earbuds with an effective ANC functionality down to just US$238.
Windows / Hello all
Last post by kumalalich - Yesterday at 22:41:38
Mobile app development is another area that benefits from IoT technology. But blending IoT and mobile development is an art in itself. A blog on a certain website delves deep into this, laying out the intricacies involved. Offering hands-on advice and exploring various development frameworks, the blog is a must-read. Dive deeper into this subject by clicking here: . It's like a crash course that equips you with the knowledge to make informed decisions in IoT mobile development.
Testberichte / Re: HP EliteBook 845 G10 im Te...
Last post by NikoB - Yesterday at 22:40:41
As for ECC memory support, this is a really relevant question, because formally the Zen4 Phoenix series, for the first time in x86 history, supports 256GB of RAM (but now the maximum available at retail is 32+32, ddr5 5600 modules for 64 and 128GB are not on sale yet).

With RAM amounts of 32GB+, especially on the business series, there simply must be support for ECC memory for a trivial reason - if the laptop is constantly used in sleep mode, because. hibernation is very slow in terms of write speed of this size of memory even on a pci-e 4.0 x4 SSD, and in sleep mode S3 (STR) - which the bastard hardware manufacturers deliberately removed in collusion with M$, it falls asleep in 1-2 seconds and wakes up in 1 -2 sec maximum. Feel the difference if you need to put a laptop connected to a power supply to sleep 5-10 times a day... with hibernation you will lose up to 0.5 TB of SSD resource per day with loaded software and a cache of 50-60 GB of RAM, and recording and recovery will be extremely slow.

The greater the capacity of the RAM, the more strongly it is affected by any interference and fluctuations in the electromagnetic global environment on the planet. Therefore, error control in the form of ECC is already very important, especially in business-critical applications.

The new-fangled filthy S5(S0), conceived by the scoundrels in M$ as a spying mode for Windows users with wi-fi, cable Ethernet and much more, even working coolers, has nothing in common with the good old S3(STR) - ideal sleep mode, where only RAM works (in slow update mode) and of course a unit for spying on all x86 owners since 2006 in the form of an Intel ME hardware module. Which is impossible for the average person to disable using simple methods - remember, the NSA can always connect to your machine. even if the power is turned off, but power is supplied from the battery, and even more so from the power supply.

No one will hibernate 256GB of RAM - it's simply too long even on a pci-e 5.0 x4 SSD - it will take more than 30 seconds to save and restore from disk. This means that laptops should then sleep well in a mode like S3 (STR) and wake up quickly in 1-2 seconds, but with RAM that can check errors in itself on the fly.
Testberichte / Re: HP EliteBook 845 G10 im Te...
Last post by NikoB - Yesterday at 22:21:56
See review ... and price vs this price...

Minus 18% in processor performance. Minus 30% in the screen color space and 3.5 times worse response, minus 100 nits. But the screen is semi-matte, and not a nasty glossy one with glare. The price of this screen differs from the top 2.5k version in the link above by only $30-40 at retail...

Minus 16GB DDR5 5600 (-50$) and minus 500GB SSD (-25$). Moreover, those purchased and installed independently will have a warranty of 5 years, and not 1-2 years...

HP, do you really think that these additives cost + $1250 or the price of the second junior G10 845 upgraded to the same level? ))))))))))))

Thus, the real price of the older model is not 2250, but 1350 maximum.

What do you guys choose? 2 x G10 845 with 7840U or one with 7940HS for 2.25 times the price? Thinking the question is rhetorical for any mentally sane person who pays out of his pocket with money earned by his real labor...