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Intel hopes to bring Apple back. The head of the company understands that this can take years

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Intel does not lose hope that Apple will return to using its processors in the future.

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger spoke about this in another interview.

I never give up on the idea that something is not running on Intel chips. Apple decided they could make a better chip on their own than we did. And they did a pretty good job. So I need to build a better chip than they can do themselves. I hope to get back this part of their business, as well as many others, over time. In the meantime, I must make sure that our products are better than theirs, that my ecosystem is more open and vibrant than theirs, and that we create better reasons for developers and users to use Intel-based products. I will fight hard to win Tim’s business in this area

At the same time, the head of Intel noted that the return of Apple could take years. Gelsinger also believes that the Cupertino giant can use Intel’s manufacturing facilities to release its single-chip systems.

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Viltrox China Red Special Edition Lenses Available at B&H & Amazon

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In October, Viltrox introduced the AF 23mm f / 1.4 XF, AF 56mm f / 1.4 XF and AF 33mm f / 1.4 XF lenses, all tinted red. With their release, the company celebrated the Day of the formation of the PRC. Red autofocus lenses with Fujifilm X mount were released in a batch of 500 pieces. Initially they could only be bought directly, but now they have appeared in B&H and Amazon stores.

Viltrox China Red Special Edition Lenses Available at B&H & Amazon

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Acer Nitro 5 laptops with Core i7-12700H and i5-12500H processors spotted on the website of a French store

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The source found three laptops on the PC21.fr site with 12th generation Intel Core processors (Alder Lake). In the configuration of one of them, the mobile video card GeForce RTX 3070 Ti is indicated. This Acer Nitro AN515-58 gaming laptop is built with a 14-core Intel Core i7-12700H processor and 8GB of DDR4-3200 memory. The display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels supports refresh rates up to 165 Hz.

In addition, the website of the French store confirms plans to release Acer Nitro 5 laptops (AN517-55 and AN515-58) powered by Core i5-12500H processor with mobile RTX 3050 Ti graphics card. In fact, this is the first time any retailer has mentioned such a GPU. Both laptops are expected to cost less than € 1,300 (inclusive of VAT), which is unfortunately higher than the starting price of € 999 for the latest generation of RTX 3060 gaming laptops.

Specifications for the RTX 3070 Ti are still unknown. The card is expected to have a stripped-down GA104 GPU with fewer cores than the RTX 3080 (6144) and more than the RTX 3070 (5120). The GDDR6 memory will be 8 GB and the bus width will be 256 bits.

As for the Core i5-12500H processor, it is rumored to have 12 cores and can execute 16 threads, which implies 4 high-performance cores and 8 energy-efficient cores. Clock rates are not yet known.

The release of these new products is expected in January, after CES 2022.

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Sales of 64, 128 and 256 GB PNY X-PRO 90 UHS-II memory cards began

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PNY has started selling X-PRO 90 UHS-II SDXC memory cards, according to the source, “designed to keep pace with the growing demand for high-definition photo and video recording.” The line includes storage media of 64, 128 and 256 GB. UHS-II support enables write speeds up to 280MB / s and read speeds up to 300MB / s. That’s enough for 8K video and burst photography.

X-PRO 90 cards are marked with the V90 speed class, meaning that the read and write speed does not fall below 90 MB / s. Of course, this speed is only possible if the memory is used in conjunction with a UHS-II device.

PNY X-PRO 90 UHS-II memory cards of 64, 128 and 256 GB cost 78, 130 and 240 dollars, respectively.

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