After launching a very limited trial in California last month, Amazon is expanding its delivery-by-drone service to residents of a city in Texas where more than 100 thousand people live. Intel has provided a performance preview of its upcoming Intel Arc A750 desktop GPU, claiming it can outperform NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3060. Meanwhile the chip maker is also said to be preparing to raise prices for most of its chips later this year, which could lead to higher PC prices.

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One reply on “Lilbits: Intel Arc 750 GPU preview, Steam Deck replacement fans and batteries now available, and Amazon Prime Air drone delivery expands to Texas”

  1. Well, the GPD gets better battery life IF you want to be always manually configuring the TDP on a per-game basis. That’s a no-go for most users. The huge draw of SteamOS is so users specifically do NOT have to set the TDP. There is the option for that, but let’s be honest. Most users do not want to go in and configure all of that nor do they have the technical know-how to want to do that. SteamOS is smart enough to lower the TDP unlike Windows. And the bigger win is Windows has no UI meant for handheld gaming while SteamOS purpose made for gaming. So the Steam Deck automatically wins here until SteamOS goes public for other devices.

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