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“CPU requirements are bullshit.” Microsoft was caught hypocritically using Windows 11

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Microsoft recently hosted a webcast for members of the Windows Insider program. During the broadcast, they also showed the new colorful design of the Windows 11 Task Manager. However, the broadcast had another unexpected consequence that caused a whole scandal on the network.

CPU requirements are bullshit Microsoft was caught hypocritically using Windows

Particularly attentive viewers noticed that the demonstration used a computer that does not meet the Windows 11 system requirements – based on the Intel Core i7-7660U processor. Only 8th Gen Intel Core processors or later are officially supported, and owners of relatively new PCs with 7th Gen Intel Core processors are not eligible for Windows 11.

CPU requirements are bullshit Microsoft was caught hypocritically using Windows

One of the first to notice this was the user AathifMahir on the social network Twitter. He left a rather low-key comment: “Unsupported CPU usage detected on Windows 11.” However, there were more emotional statements, even to the point that the company showed that the requirements for the processor and the presence of TPM 2.0 on the PC are “bullshit.”

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200-megapixel Xiaomi 12T Pro received stable MIUI 14

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200 megapixel Xiaomi 12T Pro received stable MIUI 14

The ex-flagships of the Xiaomi 12T series debuted last October with MIUI 13 based on Android 12. But now the older model of the line – Xiaomi 12T Pro – has received a stable version of MIUI 14 based on Android 13. The corresponding update is already being distributed in several European countries.

200-megapixel Xiaomi 12T Pro received stable MIUI 14

The new firmware is designated V14.0.6.0.TLFEUXM, and in addition to the latest version of the interface, it includes the December Android security updates. This is the first major software update for Xiaomi 12T Pro – the device will receive two more (that is, Android 15 is guaranteed to it), and then Android security updates will be released for another year.

Recall that a feature of Xiaomi 12T Pro is a 200-megapixel Samsung HP1 sensor as part of the main camera.

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65-inch, 4K, 120Hz, 70W sound and Android 11. OnePlus introduced the flagship TV OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro

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65 inch 4K 120Hz 70W sound and Android 11 OnePlus introduced

OnePlus has unveiled its new flagship OnePlus TV 65Q2 Pro at a big event called Cloud. It replaced the OnePlus Q1 Pro from 2019, so the novelty is generally expected. And it turned out to be relatively inexpensive: the price in India is about $ 1,200.

65-inch, 4K, 120Hz, 70W sound and Android 11. OnePlus introduced the flagship TV OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro

The OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro features a 65-inch QLED panel with 4K resolution and 120Hz frame rate. The TV reproduces 97% of the DCI-P3 color space and supports HDR.

65-inch, 4K, 120Hz, 70W sound and Android 11. OnePlus introduced the flagship TV OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro

The audio system was conjured by specialists from the Danish company Dynaudio. It is represented by two full-range speakers and one low-frequency speaker, the total power is 70 watts. Declared support for Dolby Atmos technology.

65-inch, 4K, 120Hz, 70W sound and Android 11. OnePlus introduced the flagship TV OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro

OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro runs Android 11 and supports OnePlus Connect 2.0 technology to integrate the TV with different OnePlus devices. So, with its help, you can control the TV from your smartphone.

65-inch, 4K, 120Hz, 70W sound and Android 11. OnePlus introduced the flagship TV OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro

OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro will go on sale March 10 (in India).

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Google has finally released Android TV 13 to real devices, but it won’t make anyone happy

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Google has finally released Android TV 13 to real devices

Google quietly announced the launch of Android TV 13 for real hardware. Technically, Google announced the release of Android TV 13 late last year, but at that time it could not even be downloaded on the proprietary ADT-3 set-top box for developers.

Google has finally released Android TV 13 to real devices, but it won't make anyone happy

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Starting February 1, the update is available for download on Google for anyone with an ADT-3 set-top box. Google said in a brief update on the page:

Latest Update: The final release of Android 13 TV is now available.

So the final version of Android TV 13 is actually only available to a very small number of developers. However, this is already a big step forward. On the other hand, the timing of the release of Android 13 TV for TVs and set-top boxes available in stores has remained unknown.

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