Best budget gaming laptop deals of the week – 6th August 2020

How to get the best budget gaming laptop deal: To help you get a great budget gaming laptop deal, there are a whole bunch of things to think about. First up, consider the size of the laptop. Generally, gaming laptops come in two sizes – 15.6in and 17.3in. You may think that bigger is better, […]

Save $450 on this Asus RTX 2070 gaming laptop

MSI GF65 Thin – $1049 from Newegg (down from $1099) With this, you get the same Core i7-9750H processor and 512GB SSD as the Asus ROG Strix Hero III, but it drops the RAM to 8GB and the GPU to an RTX 2060. The 15.6in display also only has a 120Hz refresh rate as opposed […]

These are the best cheap student laptop deals for August 2020

Acer Chromebook 315 — $280 For the extra screen space, the Acer Chromebook 315 is an excellent choice for a budget student laptop. It has a 15.6″ HD screen which gives you a little more room to work with as you study. Despite that, it still offers a 10 hour battery life which is great […]

Intel confirms Tiger Lake laptop launch September 2… here comes Xe

We recently covered some trademark applications by Intel for some EVO branding, and it’s worth noting that the graphics do seem to line up with the imagery used for the ‘Something Big’ event that was teased three weeks ago, which now has been confirmed as the Tiger Lake launch. There’s a chance Intel’s 11th Gen […]

MSI’s Bravo 15 is another aggressively priced AMD Ryzen gaming laptop

It’s another relatively affordable lineup. The situation reminds me a little bit of when, years ago, Gateway (remember them?) launched the P-7811 FX, reviewed in the October 2008 issue of Maximum PC. It punched above its weight class, in terms of pricing, and that’s what we are seeing with the latest Ryzen laptops (see our […]

Computer Exchange And Distribution For Pittsburgh Public School Students Begins Today

“They haven’t arrived, we’re going to have to move on and make sure that our students get their education and that’s what’s important,” said Dr. Ted Dwyer, the Chief Accountability Officer for Pittsburgh Public Schools.

Man proposes to girlfriend with candles, burns down their apartment

Albert Ndreu recently went all-out to surprise Valerija Madevic with the big question, filling their living room with candles, 100 tea lights and 60 balloons, news agency South West News Service (SWNS) reports. The Sheffield, South Yorkshire man even spelled out “Marry me?” with flaming tea lights on the floor, coupled with a bottle of […]

MLS is Back: Semi-final schedule, results, and how to watch games live

Date Teams Kick-Off Time (ET) Broadcaster Result July 25 Orlando City vs Montreal Impact 8pm ESPN 2 1-0 July 25 Philadelphia Union vs New England Revolution 10:30pm ESPN 2 1-0 July 26 Toronto FC vs New York City 8:30pm FS1 1-3 July 26 Sporting Kansas City vs Vancouver Whitecaps 11pm FS1 0-0 (3-1 on penalties) […]

Pittsburgh Public Schools Pledges To Get Every Student A Device For Online Learning

When schools closed in March, the district only had a fraction of the devices needed to distribute to its 23,000 students. With a little over three weeks to go before the start of school on Aug. 31, the demand for laptops, Chromebooks and iPads is at an all-time high, causing a backlog.

3 teenagers arrested after jumping wall into Mar-a-Lago with loaded AK-47

In December, the club’s security officers confronted another Chinese national, Jing Lu, 56, for trespassing and told her to leave, but she returned to take photos. Lu was charged with loitering and resisting an officer without violence after taking photos by entering a service entrance.