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Unisoc T618, touchscreen and Android 11 for $149: Retroid Pocket 3+ handheld console available for pre-order

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Announced a new portable retro console – Retroid Pocket 3+, which looks like a PSP. It uses hardware similar to budget smartphones.

Unisoc T618 touchscreen and Android 11 for 149 Retroid Pocket

The console features an 8-core Unisoc T618 SoC with Mali-G52 MC2 graphics. This platform is produced on a 12-nanometer process technology, it was introduced in 2019. The SoC combines 2 ARM Cortex-A75 cores and 6 ARM Cortex-A55 cores, all clocked at 2 GHz.

The console also has 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of permanent memory eMMC 5.1 plus a microSD card reader. There is also a touchscreen display with a resolution of 1334 x 750 pixels and a diagonal of 4.7 inches, its brightness is 450 nits. We also note a 4500 mAh battery and Android 11 OS.

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The console also has 2W speakers and an HDMI video output that supports 720p resolution, which will allow you to output the video stream to a TV or monitor.

The pre-order price is $149. Such a console is designed to run simple Android games or emulators for classic consoles. Also, probably, it will be possible to run “cloud” games on it. The official website has not yet specified what wireless interfaces the console will receive, however, the regular version of Retroid Pocket 3 has Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0. It is possible that the novelty will receive the same adapters.

The Logitech G Cloud console was previously reported to cost $350 and last up to 12 hours.

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All Snapdragon Pro Series gamers will now be forced to use Samsung smartphones

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All Snapdragon Pro Series gamers will now be forced to

Qualcomm has chosen Samsung as an official partner of the Snapdragon Pro series of smartphones.

All Snapdragon Pro Series gamers will now be forced to use Samsung smartphones

Among other things, this means that gamers who compete in the Snapdragon Pro Series Mobile Challenge and Mobile Masters will only use Snapdragon SoC-based Samsung Galaxy devices from the Snapdragon Pro Series Mobile Challenge Finals at DreamHack Valencia. That is, we are talking about one of the largest leagues in mobile eSports.

We are committed to bringing high-performance Snapdragon processor-based Samsung Galaxy devices to billions of gamers around the world to keep the spirit of camaraderie and competition going.

Which Samsung smartphones will be used by gamers is still unclear, but in recent years, the company’s devices have gained not the best fame among gamers, which is due to gaming services and related features.

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Intel graphics cards are drastically faster in some older games. Intel has worked on support for DirectX 9

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Intel graphics cards are drastically faster in some older games

Intel Arc graphics cards, among other things, have rather mediocre performance in older games. But today the company has released a fresh driver that significantly changes the situation, although not in all games.

Intel graphics cards are drastically faster in some older games.  Intel has worked on support for DirectX 9

The company has worked on optimization for some specific games, adding native support for DirectX 9. In particular, it is important to note Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, in which the performance of Arc adapters increased by almost 80%. The company has also worked on the 1% percentile, increasing the rate by up to 2.3 times, which should make the gameplay smoother.

Intel graphics cards are drastically faster in some older games.  Intel has worked on support for DirectX 9

Not all old games have received an impressive performance boost, but Intel can still be commended for continuing to work on its accelerators.

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And let the whole world wait! Cooler Master unveiled Orb X, a futuristic capsule for gamers and professionals

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And let the whole world wait Cooler Master unveiled Orb

Cooler Master, which specializes in gaming accessories, has announced a module called Orb X. This capsule is designed to replace the usual workplace with a computer, it is aimed at gamers, but also suitable for work tasks. The Orb X “multi-functional station” looks like a prop from a sci-fi movie, it makes the workplace almost isolated from the outside world and, according to the creators, helps gamers and professionals “stay productive.”

And let the whole world wait!  Cooler Master unveiled Orb X, a futuristic capsule for gamers and professionals

The model is equipped with a leather chair that leans back, has an adjustable headrest and footrest. Achieve more privacy and keep distractions out of the way with a power adjustable dome. But the user himself is unlikely to go unnoticed on his futuristic “throne”: Orb X, in addition to its spectacular design, also has a customizable backlight.

And let the whole world wait!  Cooler Master unveiled Orb X, a futuristic capsule for gamers and professionals

The Orb X Capsule can be used with a PC, laptop or gaming console, supports a 34″ monitor or up to three 27″ monitors, and has a USB hub with four USB-A ports and two USB-C ports (one of them is at 60 W). The built-in audio system includes two speakers and a subwoofer. The workstation measures 1881x1810x2088 mm and weighs 343.5 kg and will be available in black and white. So far, you can only register on the waiting list for the purchase of Orb X, but nothing has been announced about the timing of release and cost. Cooler Master has previously quoted a price of $12,000 – $14,000, but it’s not clear if that’s final.

And let the whole world wait!  Cooler Master unveiled Orb X, a futuristic capsule for gamers and professionals

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