So you’re looking for a superwide monitor on a tighter budget – then you stumbled across the Fire Legend Acer AOpen 43XV1C P, also known as the Acer Nitro XV431C in other countries. This is a 43.8-inch 32:9 monitor with a resolution of 3840×1080 and can go up to 120Hz refresh rate.
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One can say that the term “generational upgrade” can be applied to any flagship series smartphone but not so for the lower-end products as those are more likely to get the “trickled down” tech. So, with the Samsung Galaxy A family entering the 3rd generation in 2022, the new Galaxy A33 5G is what caught my eyes the most because on paper, it trails the Galaxy A53 5G very closely.
Increased capacity per DIMM, higher memory bandwidth, and higher frequency at lower voltage are some of the new aspects you’ll get on DDR5, and with Intel launching its 12th Gen Core processors and Z690 motherboards, we’re finally able to experience the long-awaited DDR5 memory for the first time.
Review – ROG Strix SCAR 17 G733Z 2022 (i9-12900H | RTX 3080 Ti (150W Max) | 2x16GB DDR5-4800 | 2TB NVMe SSD | 17.3″ 1440p 240Hz)
This is the 2022 ROG Strix SCAR 17 with a 12th Gen Intel Core processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series laptop graphics card. I
We reviewed a bunch of Windows-based laptops here on Tech Critter – ranging from ultra high-end gaming laptops to ultrabooks, and everything in between. Chromebooks though, is a completely different type of computers but with the same price points.
Samsung just announced the Galaxy A series for the year 2022 and the new Galaxy A33 5G is within that announcement too. Personally, I do think that the Galaxy A33 5G is getting the most upgrades over the other two brethrens. So, let’s take a look at what’s inside the box.