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Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Pro 2022 is a mid-range Android tablet with Qualcomm or MediaTek processor options

The Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad Pro 2022 is an Android tablet with an 11.2 inch, 2560 x 1536 pixel OLED display featuring a 120 Hz refresh rate, 128GB of storage and support for up to 8GB of RAM. One unusual thing about this tablet is that it will be available with either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 […]

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Moto Razr 2022 is a foldable flip phone with flagship features

The original Motorola Razr was a flip-phone known for its iconic ultra-thin design. When Motorala revived the Razr brand a few years ago for a series of modern smartphones, the company kept the flip phone style… but this time by using a foldable OLED display. Now the company is introducing its third modern Razr phone. […]

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Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 is thinner than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4, but won’t be sold in North America

Xiaomi’s latest foldable phone is basically a tablet with flagship-class specs and a flexible 8.02 inch display that folds in half to reveal a 6.56 inch cover screen. In other words, the Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 is a lot like Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Fold4, which also launched this week, except that Xiaomi’s phone is […]

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Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro blurs the lines between smartwatch and fitness tracker

The Xiaomi Mi Band line of activity trackers have a well-earned reputation for offering a lot of bang for the buck, especially when compared with pricier options like Fitbit products. But the new Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro is unusual in that it looks more like a smartwatch than a fitness tracker. With a 1.64 inch, […]

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The first laptop with a RISC-V processor is coming

The first laptop powered by a processor that uses RISC-V architecture is up for pre-order. The “Roma” laptop comes from a collaboration between China’s DeepComputing and Xcalibyte. It’s expected to begin shipping toward the end of the fourth quarter of 2022. For now it appears to be aimed at developers looking to build and test […]

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Hisense Touch Lite is a (slightly) cheaper HiFi music player with an E Ink display

About a year after launching the Hisense Touch portable music player with Android-based software, an E ink display, and support for 32-bit/384 kHz HiFi audio, Hisense has unveiled a new model called the Hisense Touch Lite. At first glance, the new model looks a lot like the original, but it cuts a few corners in […]