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ASUS Unveils 11th Gen Intel Core Powered ExpertBook B9 Slim & Ultra-durable

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ASUS has announced the new generation of its ExpertBook B9 slim notebooks, designed specifically for business and workloads. It combines the performance of industry-leading 11th Gen Intel Core processors with US military-grade ruggedness.

ExpertBook B9 is the lightest 14-inch business laptop in the world – weighing 2.2 lbs or 1 kg. The laptop case is made of a magnesium-lithium alloy, which is several times lighter than aluminum or any other industrial material used to make laptop cases.

Despite the light weight and seeming thinness of the laptop (14.9 mm), the ExpertBook B9 is equipped with a 66 Wh battery, which will allow you to use it without additional recharging almost all day. In addition, the laptop supports fast charging, which allows it to be charged from 0 to 60% in just 45 minutes.

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In terms of durability, the model complies with the American military standard MIL-STD 810H. This means the ExpertBook B9 has been tested for shock, drop and vibration. In addition, the laptop has been exposed to extreme heat and humidity up to 95%. ASUS engineers also tested the laptop for durability of ports, keyboard and closure mechanism.

Moving on to the power of the hardware, the ExpertBook B9 boasts a high-performance Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor. This chip has a Willow Cove architecture and includes 4 cores and 8 threads. Each core is capable of operating at frequencies from 2.8 GHz to 4.7 GHz. Supports up to 32GB of LPDDR4x RAM at 4266MHz. For data storage, M.2 SSD-drives with a capacity of up to 2 TB are used. In the maximum configuration, 4 TB of capacity is available, that is, 2 SSDs of 2 TB each. Supported technologies are RAID 0 and RAID 1.

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Moving on to additional features, the ExpertBook B9 is equipped with a 720p webcam and intelligent face recognition. When the user sits down in front of the laptop, ASUS AdaptiveLock detects the face and automatically unlocks the device. As soon as the user finishes work and leaves, the system locks, protecting the laptop and the personal data stored on it, and a fingerprint sensor is provided for additional security.

In addition, the novelty is equipped with the exclusive ASUS NumberPad 2.0 numeric keypad, which allows you to easily type numbers directly on the touchpad. The numpad is equipped with switchable LED backlighting and can also be turned off using a dedicated key.

Since the ExpertBook B9 is positioned as a business solution, it naturally has conferencing tools. The laptop is equipped with ASUS AI Noise Cancellation, developed using machine learning. The system filters out unnecessary noise during communication so that the user can hear the speakers clearly. In turn, four microphones with 360-degree coverage will allow interlocutors to hear the ExpertBook B9 user crystal clear.

To connect peripheral devices, the laptop is equipped with the following ports:

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ASUS has not yet announced the price and start date of the ExpertBook B9, but the model has already appeared on official website company, where you can learn more about the technical specifications of the model.

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Apple’s new MacBook Pro laptop based on the Apple M2 goes on sale

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Apples new MacBook Pro laptop based on the Apple M2

Apple has announced that the new Apple MacBook Pro laptops based on the Apple M2 single-chip system went on sale today. Buyers from New Zealand and Australia were the first to receive them, where it is already evening. Today, the device will also appear in the US and Europe.

The main feature of the new laptop is a single-chip system, which is about 20% faster than the Apple M1. The MacBook Pro M2 retains the same design as the previous generation 13-inch MacBook Pro. It has an LCD panel with thick bezels and no notch.

Apple's new MacBook Pro laptop based on the Apple M2 goes on sale

The laptop received a 720p webcam, two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 3 support, and a familiar keyboard with Touch ID and Touch Bar. Features such as an HDMI port, SD card slot, MagSafe connector, and Mini-LED display remain exclusive to the more expensive 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros.

The base model M2 MacBook Pro comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage and starts at $1,300.

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13.4″, 4K, Core i7-1250U, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD and 12 hours on a single charge. Dell XPS 13 laptop goes on sale in China

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Dell has officially launched the XPS 13 laptop, which has a new design and is equipped with 12th generation Core U-series processors. Laptops appeared on the official website of Dell China.

The junior version with a Core i5-1230U processor, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD costs $1,350. The version with the Core i7-1250U and the same set of memory costs $1,500. The same laptop with an improved screen and increased to 1 TB SSD capacity costs $ 2,250.

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The Dell XPS 13 features a 13.4-inch 16:10 aspect ratio screen that can be either FHD+ (1920 x 1200) or 4K (3840 x 2400). The improved screen is also touch sensitive. Brightness is 500 cd/m2.

The new Dell XPS 13 is 13.9mm thin, weighs approximately 1157.7 grams, and has a 51 Wh battery with up to 12 hours of battery life.

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The latest MacBook Pro in some configurations will have to wait up to two months

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The latest MacBook Pro in some configurations will have to

Some configurations of the new Apple MacBook Pro laptop based on the Apple M2 SoC will have to wait.

The latest MacBook Pro in some configurations will have to wait up to two months

As it turned out, the standard options are available for purchase on the day of the start of sales. However, if you choose a larger drive, the PC will have to wait until at least early July.

But if you order a MacBook Pro with 24 GB of RAM, the wait will be delayed. Apple promises to deliver such PCs between August 3 and 10, that is, in a month and a half.

Supply issues may be related to both component shortages and capacity constraints due to the escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic in China. Third-party sources believe that a similar situation may occur with the new MacBook Air on M2.

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