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Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable review: The Surface Pro killer

One of the things I find interesting about Intel’s Tiger Lake UP4 processors is that not only are they very good, but they also allow the form factor to shrink down to a certain point that was previously only enabled by an ARM chipset. The Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable is the fourth PC I’ve come across to use these new CPUs, and it delivers. If you want to put it in simple terms, it’s like a Surface Pro X but with an Intel processor.
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Newskill Icarus increases its family with three new curved monitors

After the great reception of its first models, Newskill continues to increase its commitment to gaming monitors, with the arrival of three new models to its Icarus family, with three 27-inch curved screens, with different specifications and prices that will remain oriented within its focus for the average gamer public, with a high-performance hardware at an affordable price.
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North Texas Two Step – A lost win and a found defender

Since we last met, North Texas SC earned draws against the two best teams in the league, though the club probably had opposite reactions to the two games. First, NTSC hosted Chattanooga and outplayed the Red Wolves for 85 minutes, only to buckle under late pressure and give up the equalizer. Then, after a break week, NTSC went to the league leaders and picked up a 1:1 on their post-stamp field. Taking a point from Omaha doesn’t cancel out dropping two to Chattanooga, but the good news is that playing at parity with the best teams in the league generally means you can beat the lesser teams. Speaking of lesser teams, NTSC plays cellar-dwellers Tucson and North Carolina next – time to put up or shut up.
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Out of the furnace

Russell Baz leads a dead-end life- he works a meaningless steel mill job all day, and cares for his terminally ill father at night. When Russell's brother Rodney returns home from Iraq, he is lured into one of the Northeast's most ruthless crime rings and mysteriously disappears. When the police fail to solve the case, Russell puts his life at risk in order to seek justice for his brother.
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Whiskey tango foxtrot

Based on journalist Kim Barker's memoir "The Taliban shuffle: strange days in Afghanistan and Pakistan", which details her years as a reporter in Pakistan and Afghanistan beginning in 2002. MPAA rating: R; for pervasive language, some sexual content, drug use and violent war images.|||adult. Paramount Pictures presents ; a Broadway...
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The guilt trip

The plan for a quick stop at Mom's takes a turn when an impulse compels Andy to invite his mother, Joyce, on a three-thousand mile cross-country journey. But the further they go, the closer they get, and Andy realizes that they have more in common than he ever imagined. MPAA...
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Daddy's home 2

In the sequel to the 2015 global smash, Dusty and Brad have joined forces to provide their kids the perfect Christmas. Their newfound partnership is put to the test when Dusty's old-school, macho dad and Brad's ultra-affectionate and emotional dad arrive just in time to throw the holiday into complete chaos.
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Lenovo Legion 5 17" Laptop 17.3" FHD, 5800H, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, RTX 3060 Micro Center (in store) $1299.99

Micro Center has a custom version of the Lenovo Legion 5 17" for $1300. Here are the specs:. 17.3" Full HD IPS LED-backlit Anti-Glare 144Hz Display with Dolby Vision. Experience the top AAA games on the Lenovo Legion 5. Inside the clean, minimalist chassis of the Legion 5, available in Phantom Blue, is everything you ever need to compete on equal footing with the pros, including the latest generation AMD Ryzen processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics for performance that is AI-optimized by the Legion AI Engine powering the revolutionary Legion Coldfront 3.0 and Q Control. Excel across every AAA title with a 17 inch FHD display at up to 144 Hz refresh rate, featuring 72 percent NTSC color accuracy and support for Dolby Vision, and the legendary Legion Truestrike keyboard so you can strike with pinpoint precision.
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Top 10 Best side mirror camera Reviews

2PCS Car Side View Cameras for your two side view mirrors. Combo Price, super Saving!. With 20mm hole saw, hole drilling installation to hide to be almost invisible. Fit all car models. Connect the camera power cables to your side lights 12V as automatic trigger. Perfectly resolve the issue of...
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Just say no to Windows 11 by taking Linux back to school with Kubuntu Focus XE laptop

While everyone is enjoying the beautiful summer weather, there is something quite terrifying for children on the horizon -- school. Yeah, summer vacation will be over before they know it, and it is already time to do back-to-school shopping. While buying pencils and three-ring binders is boring, shopping for a new laptop for school can be a lot of fun.
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You can now pre-order the Smartphone for Snapdragon Insiders from ASUS

Pre-orders for the Smartphone for Snapdragon Insiders are now open in the US from ASUS’s eShop website. The phone comes in a single 16GB/512GB variant priced at $1,499 and also bundles a free pair of MW08SI earbuds from Master & Dynamic. For context, the phone costs more than the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Sony’s Xperia 1 III. But we have to keep in mind that it’s not aimed at average consumers.
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Blackmagic: Give classic NTSC/PAL interlaced footage some respect!

Yesterday I watched Blackmagic Design’s live broadcast, which included many new exciting products. As has been customary for many years, the presenter was Grant Petty, Blackmagic Design’s CEO. I’ll likely cover some of those new products in upcoming articles or reviews. However, one of Grant’s compelling message actually made me think that he may have been channelling the now deceased US-American comedian Rodney Dangerfield (born Jacob Rodney Cohen; November 22, 1921 – October 5, 2004), whose tagline was “No respect!”. This portion of Grant’s message was all about how we should properly handle classic, standard-definition analog NTSC/PAL interlaced footage when digitizing it. You may recall that NTSC had a field rate of ≈59.94 fields per second (since 1953) while PAL had exactly 50 fields per second. Those ≈59.94 NTSC fields were “knitted” together to become ≈29.97 frames per second, while those 50 PAL fields per second were “knitted” together to become 25 frames per second. (However, PAL had two advantages over NTSC: color purity and 100 additional lines of resolution.) In summary, interlaced video was (and is) a technique for doubling the perceived framerate of a video without consuming extra bandwidth. Most of our modern displays are progressive, without fields, so at some point we must de-interlace the original footage into progressive video. Grant (and others) have recently stated that we have been doing that the wrong way. Ahead I’ll cover that in more detail, and how it relates to Grant’s message.
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Blackmagic Design Announces New HyperDeck Studio

FREMONT, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 29, 2021-- Blackmagic Design today announced a new family of HyperDeck Studio models that feature better design, upgraded codecs and support for more media types. All models now support record and playback to H.264, ProRes and DNx files, as well as PCM or AAC audio. Plus all models support SD Cards and UHS-II cards, with the Pro models adding extra SSD support.
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At Home Video : An Amazing Revolution, part 2 (the 2000s and beyond)

This is the second part of our article on the amazing evolution of at-home movie watching. It actually starts in the very late 1990s, with the introduction of new higher-resolution digital televisions, and continues on to the present day and the likely future. Our first part, which covers the period through the DVD era, can be seen here.
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