The 13” Pro X is similar in design to Surface Pro 7, but it has a 0.7” larger PixelSense IPS 3:2 aspect ratio display, rounded edges and smaller bezels. The Surface Pro X runs Windows 10 Home on a custom Qualcomm 8cx family processor, the Microsoft SQ1 with a 3GHz top speed. This is an ARM CPU, so don't expect compatibility with Windows 64 bit programs meant for Intel and AMD CPUs. 4G LTE is built-in but as with SP7, the keyboard and pen are sold separately.
This is perhaps the most important phone release since the original iPhone°™it’s the first shipping smartphone that folds open to a 7.3” tablet. The admittedly very expensive and somewhat delicate Android phone has an external 4.6” glass OLED display and a striking interior polymer folding OLED 2152 x 1536 display. The inner display is similar in size and aspect ratio to an iPad Mini 5. The Fold is powered by the Snapdragon 855 CPU with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage. It has 6 cameras, comes with Galaxy Gear Buds 1 year of 24/7 Concierge service.
OnePlus is back with the 7T, with many of the same excellent specs as the OnePlus7 Pro and a $599 price tag. The smartphone is available unlocked and as a T-Mobile phone in the US. It has a 90Hz 6.55” OLED display with P3 color gamut, Snapdragon 855+ CPU, triple rear cameras, Gigabit 4G LTE, an in-display fingerprint scanner.
This 2019 refresh of the XPS 15 has Intel 9th gen processors, NVIDIA GTX 1650 graphics and OLED display option. The XPS 15's casing remains the same as last gen, with a few tweaks to cooling and the webcam has moved up top above the display.
This is Microsoft’s 2019 refresh of their iconic 12.3” Windows 10 tablet that morphs into a laptop via Type Cover. The Surface Pro 7 finally adds a USB-C port and also makes the move to Intel 10th gen Ultrabooks CPUs with faster Intel Iris Pro graphics on the Core i5 and i7 models. The Core i3 and i5 versions are fanless for silent operation. The Surface Pro 7 has a high resolution 3:2 aspect ratio display supporting touch and the optional Surface Pen.
This is Samsung's high end 10.5” Android tablet for 2019. Like the Tab S4, it has a 2560 x 1440 Super AMOLED display, S Pen, a microSD card slot and Samsung DeX. New for this model are the Snapdragon 855 processor, more RAM and storage, a redesigned S Pen that mounts magnetically to the tablet’s back, and two rear cameras.
Razer has completely redesigned their 17" gaming laptop with this release. The good news is that it’s gorgeous and has a very normal trackpad and keyboard layout. This slim gaming, rendering and pro apps laptop has a 9th gen Intel Core i7-9750H 6-core CPU and your choice of NVIDIA RTX 2060, 2070 Max-Q and RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics. A full HD 144Hz IPS display, 16GB Dual channel DDR4 RAM, a fast M.2 NVMe boot SSD, Wi-Fi 6 and Razer Chroma per key RGB keyboard backlighting are standard.
This is the long awaited 2019 refresh, model 7390. There are a lot of improvements over the first gen model, with the new more powerful Intel 10th gen Ice Lake 10nm 15 watt CPUs, a new 16:10 aspect ratio display, active cooling with vapor chamber and an even slimmer and lighter unibody aluminum design. The 2-in-1 convertible Ultrabook has a 13.4” full HD or 4K display with touch and optional pen support.
The Asus ZenBook Pro Duo UX581 is a 15.6” premium laptop with 2 displays. It has a main 4K OLED display and a secondary 14” 4K-width ScreenPad Plus display above the keyboard. The laptop is geared towards creatives but it has the power of a gaming laptop. It’s available with Intel 9th gen Core i7 and Core i9 CPUs, NVIDIA RTX 2060 dedicated graphics, up to 32GB RAM and up to 1TB NVMe SSD. It comes with an N-Trig pen.
The 5.7” Pixel 4 and 6.3” Pixel 4 XL are Google’s 2019 flagship Android smartphones. The phones run Android 10 on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 CPU, have 6GB RAM and two storage capacity options. Google has added a second rear camera telephoto lens for better portrait and close up photos, and radar for gesture recognition. Both have facial recognition and OLED displays.
This is the 2019 refresh of this slim yet powerful 15.6" laptop with Intel 9th gen 45 watt CPUs and NVIDIA GTX 1650 Max-Q graphics. The ThinkPad is available with a variety of displays, both matte non-touch and touch. At the high end there are 4K wide gamut IPS and 4K OLED touch panels. It competes with the Dell XPS 15 and perhaps even the 15" MacBook Pro.
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