Simply NUC launches Ruby and Topaz mini PCs (with Ryzen 4000 and Tiger Lake chips)

Small form-factor desktop computer company Simply NUC has introduces two new computers that look nearly identical on the outside, but which feature different hardware on the inside. The Simply NUC Topaz is a mini PC with an Intel Tiger Lake processor, Intel Xe graphics, and a starting price of $559, while the Simply NUC Ruby is available […]

Intel NUC mini PC with Tiger Lake coming this month (gaming model in early 2021)

Intel’s next tiny desktop computer is likely coming this month, and it’ll be the first member of the Intel NUC family powered by an Intel Tiger Lake processor… but it won’t be the last. Earlier this year FanlessTech revealed that we could expect Intel’s Panther Canyon NUC with an Intel Tiger Lake processor by the end […]

XMG Core 14 is a thin and light gaming laptop with Intel Tiger Lake and NVIDIA graphics

The latest gaming laptop from XMG is designed to balance power with portability. The XMG Core 14 is a notebook that measures less than 0.7 inches thick and which weighs about about 3.3 pounds, but which packs a 28-watt Intel Tiger Lake processor, NVIDIA GeForce 1650 Max-P graphics, and a 14 inch, 120 Hz IPS […]

Gigabyte BRIX mini PCs with AMD Ryzen 4000, Intel Tiger Lake chips coming soon (Updated)

Gigabyte’s BRIX line of computers are small form-factor desktops that have historically been powered by Intel processors… with a few exceptions over the years that have featured AMD chips under the hood. This year with the AMD and Intel duking it out in the power/performance/price race like never before, AMD seems to be hedging its bets. […]

Dynabook V8 is a 2.2 pound convertible laptop with Intel Tiger Lake

The new Dynabook V8 is a convertible notebook with a 13.3 inch full HD IGZO touchscreen display, a 360 degree hinge that lets you switch between laptop and tablet modes, and a compact design: the notebook measures 0.7 inches thick and weighs just 2.2 pounds. But it packs plenty of horsepower thanks to an Intel […]

Lilbits: Internet at the speed of light

Delivering high-speed internet usually requires running cables across long distances. But that can get tricky when you’re trying to bring connectivity to a place where there isn’t already a lot of infrastructure for it… so recently we’ve seen solutions ranging from satellites to balloons. Now Google’s parent company Alphabet is partnering with internet service providers […]