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“A level of realism that no other column can match.” Bose Soundbar with Dolby Atmos, HDMI eARC, AirPlay 2, Google Assistant and Alexa introduced

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Immediately following the announcement of the Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones last week, Bose introduced the Smart Soundbar 900, which supports Dolby Atmos, HDMI eARC, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. There is support for AirPlay 2 and Spotify Connect, and the ability to connect to other Bose smart speakers for multi-room audio playback.

The company claims the Smart Soundbar 900 uses “Bose spatial technology” to create “a level of realism that no other speaker can match.” In addition to Dolby Atmos, there is Bose TrueSpace technology, which takes over spatial effects. It also claims that QuietPort technology “delivers exceptional bass and virtually no distortion at any volume.”

The Bose Smart Soundbar 900 is 9cm high, about 10cm deep and 104cm long, with capacitive touch controls at the top. The soundbar looks great with 50-inch and larger TVs. But of course it can be installed anywhere and used with smaller TVs. The Bose Smart Soundbar 900 is available in black or white.

You can connect the speaker to your TV with a single HDMI eARC cable and connect to it via Wi-Fi from your smartphone for AirPlay or Spotify Connect. Google Assistant and Alexa are also used to control the speaker using voice. With Alexa, you can receive and make phone calls. Using Alexa also activates the Bose Voice4Video feature, which lets you turn on the TV on a given channel or input.

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The Bose Smart Soundbar 900 can be pre-ordered from the Bose website for $ 900 and will go on sale September 23.

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Will it be better than the GeForce RTX 3050? Intel unveils Arc A750 graphics card for $290

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For some reason, Intel waited a couple of days and introduced another video card.

Will it be better than the GeForce RTX 3050?  Intel unveils Arc A750 graphics card for $290

The Arc A750 will go on sale on October 12, just like the Arc A770. Technically, this is a pre-flagship solution. Instead of 32 Xe cores, the new products have 28 of them, that is, 3584 FP32 blocks. The adapter also has 8 GB of GDDR6 memory with a frequency of 16 GHz, a 256-bit bus and a TDP of 225 watts. That is, the novelty as a whole is very similar to the A770.

And the price is close. If for the younger Arc A770 they ask for $ 330, then the A750 is priced at $ 290. Thus, the card is 12% cheaper with a 12% lower number of computing units.

Will it be better than the GeForce RTX 3050?  Intel unveils Arc A750 graphics card for $290

Intel also clarified the Arc A770. Contrary to previous reports, the 8GB version will cost $330, while the 16GB version will cost $350. More precisely, for this money, a Limited Edition reference card will be sold, which will only be available with 16 GB.

Intel itself says that the Arc A750 is 53% superior to the GeForce RTX 3060 in terms of price and performance, but at one time Intel said something similar about the Arc A380, but in the end it turned out that there are nuances. In addition, here the company mentions that they are charging an RTX 3060 with a price of $418, which is allegedly the average price of this card on the NewEgg network on September 22. However, there is an RTX 3060 on the same network for $370-$400, so the Intel comparison should be treated with caution.

As for direct price competitors for the A750, according to the same NewEgg network, these are the GeForce RTX 3050 and Radeon RX 6600.

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AirPods Pro 2 not needed? The original AirPods Pro also got an adaptive transparency mode

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AirPods Pro 2 not needed The original AirPods Pro also

Apple has released a beta version of iOS 16.1, which makes available on the original AirPods Pro headphones the adaptive transparency mode introduced in the second generation AirPods Pro.

As you can see in the screenshot, original AirPods Pro users who updated to the AirPods 5A304A beta firmware can now see the Adaptive Transparency Mode option in AirPods Pro settings.

AirPods Pro 2 not needed?  The original AirPods Pro also got an adaptive transparency mode

AirPods Pro 2 features a new H2 chip, longer battery life, a new charging case, and a new earbud size to better fit the wearer’s ear. Users can charge AirPods Pro using the Apple Watch charger, MagSafe chargers and Qi-certified chargers are also compatible.

The adaptive transparency mode can significantly reduce the intensity of loud sounds such as whistling or power tools, while still allowing users to hear ambient sound well. It is not known how well this feature will be carried over to the original AirPods Pro, as the original AirPods Pro only had the H1 chip, and Apple has stated that adaptive transparency is provided by the H2 chip. Many AirPods Pro 2 users admire Apple, calling it “obsessed with details.”

AirPods Pro 2 not needed?  The original AirPods Pro also got an adaptive transparency mode

Apple iOS 16.1 also includes battery percentage for more iPhone models such as the iPhone 11 and iPhone 13 mini. Apple has changed the battery indicator to a dynamic icon.

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Xiaomi’s latest waterproof razor is even more efficient and costs less than $15

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Xiaomis latest waterproof razor is even more efficient and costs

Xiaomi has launched the latest Xiaomi Mijia S101 electric shaver with three floating heads, which is offered in China for just $13.9.

According to the official presentation, the shaving efficiency of the Xiaomi Mijia S101 being is increased compared to its predecessors: all thanks to the new design of the blades. This allows you to shave the stubble in fewer passes.

Xiaomi's latest waterproof razor is even more efficient and costs less than $15

Xiaomi Mijia S101 received three heads with double knife rings, which are superior in area to solutions with three heads, but one ring on each. Three heads move independently of each other, bending around the line of the chin and at the same time shaving the stubble at different angles.

In terms of battery life, Mijia Electric Shaver S101 has a built-in high-performance lithium-ion battery that lasts for two months with a minute of daily use.

Xiaomi's latest waterproof razor is even more efficient and costs less than $15

The shaver can be fully charged in 1.5 hours via USB-C. It is waterproof.

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