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Silicon Power Xpower Zenith DDR4 memory modules available with or without backlit

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Silicon Power has added a series of DDR4 memory modules to its Xpower Zenith line of gaming PCs. Silicon Power Xpower Zenith DDR4 memory modules are available with or without backlit. The series includes models from DDR4-3200 to DDR4-4133.

The Xpower Zenith RGB backlight is compatible with the control system promoted by the motherboard manufacturer. The backlight diffuser is topped with a metallic gray aluminum heat spreader.

Modules support Intel XMP. They are available in sizes 8, 16 GB and 32 GB one by two. DDR4-3200 modules operate at CL16 latency at 1.35V supply. DDR4-3600 modules operate at CL18 latency at 1.35V supply. DDR4-4133 modules operate at CL19 latency at 1.4V supply voltage. Prices Manufacturer does not lead.

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Apple has a brand new product almost ready. The company first showed a mixed reality headset to the board of directors

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It looks like Apple’s mixed reality headset is indeed in its final stages of development.

Apple has a brand new product almost ready.  The company first showed a mixed reality headset to the board of directors

The source claims that last week Apple demonstrated the device to the Board of Directors for the first time.

Initially, Apple allegedly planned to announce at WWDC 2022, but technical problems, including overheating, forced the company to change plans. At the same time, Apple recently accelerated the development of the RealityOS operating system, on the basis of which the headset will work.

Apple is now expected to introduce the device either in the fall along with the iPhone 14 or as early as early 2023. Given that the company’s smartwatches were introduced in 2014 and AirPods were shown in 2016, this will be Apple’s first brand new product in years.

There are not so many details about the device on the Web, and even those sometimes vary greatly. For example, the headset is credited with 15 cameras required for gesture tracking, micro-OLED screens, a gaze tracking system, and a price in excess of $2,000.

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Apple took over half of the North American smartphone market, and Google shows growth at times

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Apple took over half of the North American smartphone market

Canalys analysts report that shipments of smartphones in North America in the first quarter increased by 3.7%, to 39 million units.

Apple took over half of the North American smartphone market, and Google shows growth at times

The undisputed leader is Apple, which increased sales by 19%, taking 51% of the market with 19.9 million smartphones sold. Samsung increased sales by only 1%, to 10.5 million, taking 27% of the market. Motorola closes the top three with a growth of 56%, a share of 10% and 4 million smartphones sold.

Fourth place goes to TCL, which sells Alcatel-branded smartphones. The company’s sales fell 21% to 1.4 million smartphones. And, apparently, in the near future it will shift to fifth place, as Google is growing at an incredible pace.

The search giant’s smartphone sales are up 380% (or more, but more on that below)! As a result, the company now occupies 3% of the market, having sold 1.2 million smartphones in the quarter. Still, despite a number of data, sales of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are clearly very good by the standards of Google itself.

Apple took over half of the North American smartphone market, and Google shows growth at times

All other brands in North America account for only 15% of the market, and sales of all these companies in total collapsed by 64%, to 2.1 million units.

Separately, it is worth noting that in some points the data in the table looks strange. In particular, Google’s growth from 0.2 million to 1.2 million smartphones is clearly over 380%.

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This is what the “King of Tablets” looks like. Realme Pad X 5G has already appeared on the website of the Chinese online store

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“King of Tablets” will be presented on May 26. Realme hasn’t released any details yet, but the Pad X 5G model has already appeared on JD.com.

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There isn’t much information out there yet. We are talking about a screen with a resolution of 2360 x 1640 pixels, 64-128 GB of flash memory and 4-6 GB of RAM. The tablet will be available in three colors, with one of the colors taken from smartphones in the GT line. You can also see the stylus in the image.

Given the design and resolution, we can definitely say that this will not be just a slightly modified Realme Pad. Recall that the tablet was credited with Snapdragon 870, and some version with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 may also come out.

The price is a plug of 9999 yuan, so there is no point in talking about it.

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