PCWorld April Digital Magazine: Surface Pro 7+ Reviewed

PCWorld April Digital Magazine: Surface Pro 7+ Reviewed


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In the April issue

This month we have the Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ review: it’s a giant leap in graphics performance. Find out about Framework and how it plans to break the curse of scalable laptops. Find out how Google could turn Android into another subscription.

Other highlights include:

  • News: A first review of Intel 11th Gen Rocket Lake gives the chip mixed ratings. We also take a look at the failure rates of the Ryzen 5000; we verify the reality of the statements
  • HP Specter x360 14 review: Luxurious, with long battery life
  • Gigabyte Aorus 17G review: A true, incredibly quiet gaming laptop
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra review: All Android for a little less
  • Intel 670p SSD review: Faster where it counts
  • Here’s how: How to create strong, secure passwords by learning how to crack them, and how to clean up your Gmail inbox by quickly deleting old emails

Video highlights

Look: Gaming phones like the Asus ROG Phone 5 still have a lot up their sleeve. They contain a lot of features that you don’t get in an iPhone or Galaxy phone. In this video, PCWorld’s Adam Patrick Murray reviews his first three.

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Amanda P. Whitten