PCWorld’s July Digital Magazine: Intel’s New Tiger Lake H Laptop Chips Fight AMD

PCWorld’s July Digital Magazine: Intel’s New Tiger Lake H Laptop Chips Fight AMD


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In the July issue

This month we get the 11th Gen ‘Tiger Lake H’ performance deep dive: Intel is back in the game. Plus, check out AMD’s super-resolution FidelityFX: Radeon’s DLSS rival even makes GeForce GPUs more fast.

Other highlights include:

  • New: The biggest PC news from Computex 2021, Android 12 and other news from Google I / O, RIP Internet Explorer
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X12 Detachable Gen 1 review: A valuable tablet for businesses
  • Acer Predator Triton 300 SE review: Affordable GeForce RTX performance in a slim body
  • Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 review: A beautiful thin and light PC
  • Command Prompt : 6 Command Prompt Commands You Should Always Use
  • Here’s how: How to play games on a Chromebook, enable HDR in Windows 10, add Linux apps to Windows

Video highlights

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Amanda P. Whitten

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