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A mild hybrid, a new engine, four-wheel drive and many Suzuki driver assistance systems. Introduced a new crossover Suzuki S-Cross

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Suzuki has unveiled the new S-Cross crossover, which will go on sale in Europe later this year. The car will be produced at the Magyar Suzuki plant in Hungary.

The interior of the Suzuki S-Cross received ergonomic leather seats with original decorative trim and a large panoramic sunroof. The sliding panels of the panoramic sunroof create a generous roof opening. When the hatch is closed, the total length of the glass panels is 1000 mm. When open, the opening length is 560 mm. The cabin provides a lot of functional storage space, the luggage compartment volume is 430 liters.

The car received a three-dimensional wide-format dashboard, a 9-inch display of a multimedia system with the ability to wirelessly connect a smartphone, displaying all information about the car, as well as an ergonomic control washer for the Allgrip Select all-wheel drive system.

The new Suzuki S-Cross is powered by a 1.4-liter turbocharged Boosterjet engine that features direct fuel injection and a SHVS 48V mild hybrid system. Suzuki’s new hybrid system includes a newly developed combustion engine combined with a single electric motor (MGU) and a robotic gear shift (AGS). This scheme allows you to move both in hybrid mode and using only electric traction, which leads to a significant reduction in fuel consumption.

A mild hybrid, a new engine, four-wheel drive and many Suzuki driver assistance systems.  Introduced a new crossover Suzuki S-Cross

A mild hybrid, a new engine, four-wheel drive and many Suzuki driver assistance systems.  Introduced a new crossover Suzuki S-Cross

The new Suzuki S-Cross is equipped with a proprietary Suzuki Safety Support system, which includes an automatic braking function, adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function, a circular view camera, as well as a warning and lane departure prevention function, monitoring of blind spots, assistance when starting off on an uphill and other driver assistance systems.

A mild hybrid, a new engine, four-wheel drive and many Suzuki driver assistance systems.  Introduced a new crossover Suzuki S-Cross

The Suzuki S-Cross will be available in eight colors: Silky Silver Metallic, White, Cool White Pearl Titan Dark Gray Pearl Metallic, Cosmic Black Pearl Metallic, Canyon Brown Pearl Metallic, Energetic Red Pearl, Sphere Blue Pearl.

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Computer in “credit card” format. Qualcomm develops Qompute Card concept despite Intel’s failure

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Qualcomm is reportedly developing a concept called the Qompute Card.

It involves placing all the basic elements of a PC on one small board. This will allow you to easily and quickly update the configuration of such a PC or use such cards by one user in different places on different PCs. Also, a similar solution can find application in household appliances.

The concept is not new at all. Back in 2017, a similar idea for the Intel Compute Card was presented, but the company abandoned it two years later, since it did not receive any distribution in the market.

Qualcomm as a whole makes a very similar decision, except that the heart of such cards will be SoCs based on the Arm architecture. The Qompute Card will also contain the motherboard, RAM and flash memory. That is, all the main elements of the finished device. At the same time, Qualcomm cards may well be significantly smaller than Intel Compute Card, if only because of the different power consumption of SoC Snapdragon and conventional Intel CPUs.

Qompute Card are aimed specifically at computers and laptops. At least the SoC Snapdragon 7c + Gen 3 presented the other day will also be offered as part of the cards. The source adds that Qualcomm is testing configurations for both Windows Arm and Chrome OS. How successful this version will turn out to be, time will tell. So far, all such modularity initiatives have not met with success.

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No, GeForce RTX 2060 12GB Founders Edition will not be available at MSRP. The company will not release a reference version of the novelty

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The 12GB GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card that Nvidia unveiled the other day will not be available in the Founders Edition.

Initially, the company indicated such a version on its website, but removed it from the description and confirmed to sources that the new product would not be released in such a version.

Thus, the updated RTX 2060 will be available exclusively in non-reference variants. In the current situation, this is a disadvantage, since Founders Edition cards can at least occasionally be bought at the recommended price directly on the Nvidia website or from its partners. Now it turns out that all RTX 2060s in retail will come with huge markups. By the way, we still don’t know the official price for the updated map.

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Designers of the T-Force M200 portable solid state drive took inspiration from the design of the eponymous sniper rifle

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Along with the Siren GD240E processor liquid cooling system, Team Group introduced the M200 portable solid state drive. In Japan, he won the 2021 design award. According to the manufacturer, the designers took inspiration from the appearance of the sniper rifle of the same name. The stripes on the body are designed to evoke the Picatinny rail. But they are made not only for the sake of a spectacular appearance. They are said to improve cooling. In addition, the case protects the drive from damage. The description says that the drive can withstand drops from a height of up to 2 m.

Designers of the T-Force M200 portable solid state drive took inspiration from the design of the eponymous sniper rifle

The drive is equipped with a USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 interface, which provides speeds of 2000MB / s. It can be used with PC, mobile devices and PlayStation and Xbox consoles. The 105 x 55.5 x 11mm drive weighs just 83g and is available in 2TB, 4TB and 8TB capacities. The first two should go on sale in late December for $ 310 and $ 760, respectively. The company promises to start shipping the largest-volume variant in the first quarter of 2022, and it will cost $ 1,900.

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