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There was no such thing as this: Apple computers are switching to ARM and guaranteeing a huge leap in performance and efficiency


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16 GIGABYTE Only does not support 2.1 No separate GPU support No performance comparison for X86_64 processors No graphics performance comparison for AMD RDNA2 cards, AMPERE Most Adobe software still does not run native on the new processor. It is no longer possible to run applications In the native, support for bootcamp was abolished. In short ... the history of From the period of PPC processors repeats itself.
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16 GIGABYTE RAM Only does not supportHDMI 2.1 No separate GPU support No performance comparison for X86_64 processors No graphics performance comparison for AMD RDNA2 cards,NVIDIA AMPERE Most Adobe software still does not run native on the new processor. It is no longer possible to run applications Windows In the native, support for bootcamp was abolished. In short ... the history of Dark From the period of PPC processors repeats itself.

 

 

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Urib, I agree, but you have to understand that whoever buys this basic hardware just wants to download emails, write some documents and play candy crush, and for that it's above and beyond. Do not forget that Microsoft sells exactly the same tin for a similar price (Surface pro X), and apparently people pay ¯ \ _ (ツ) _ / ¯. I just know that as a gamer I have nothing to do with it, nor do I seem to have anything to do with any hardware of .
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Totally agree with DrShawarma.

95% of the people in the forum are not the target audience.
Not much Computer makers who manufacture their own hardware (Samsung is an exception And good SSD also HP) including Processors and operating systems.

Like on an iPhone Does not say what the size of the battery, what the speed of the processor ... 

They're in the section of trust us it works ... (and most of the time they are right)

Enchantment for those who need it Of 12 hours of work, a computer that will do what the average person needs in an excellent way.

 

 

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Totally agree with DrShawarma.

95% of the people in the forum are not the target audience.
Not much Computer makers who manufacture their own hardware (Samsung is an exception Memories And good SSD also HP) including Processors and operating systems.

Like on an iPhone Dark Does not say what the size of the battery, what the speed of the processor ... 

They're in the section of trust us it works ... (and most of the time they are right)

Enchantment for those who need it Mobile Of 12 hours of work, a computer that will do what the average person needs in an excellent way.

 

And if they were to sell this computer for half its price it would be perfectly legitimate.
The problem with them is that they close everything to maximize profit and still put insane prices.

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True, but

All companies do it ...

Intel sells its processors at a net profitability of more than 100% (and even much more), following the announcement of Lowered prices by 50% and they still make a profit.

Intel requires you to upgrade a board every two years - if you want to upgrade a processor. What AMD enables (shows that technology is possible) in order to profit on the motherboard chipset.

NVIDIA released the new cards with the intention of first suffocating the market and worrying about limited inventories.

Samsung have sold explosive phones just to beat the On launch date.

Apple has canceled the port of the headphones and moved to its own connectors.

Google sold drugs to the people during the 4 that a device sold for $ 200, in order to break market prices and today premium devices are sold.

 

There are not many righteous in this market

Capitalist development and market - the deadline is more important than the quality of the product.

We will address bugs in software updates.

Where did we get that you get a message from the garage that you need to come and burn new firmware to the chalk of the car ...

 

Luckily we have the right to study the market and buy what suits us, want Fix it They want to Buy a PC

 

I was under the impression that they are making this move, taking the development of the processors on themselves is a piece of work.

Especially since it's only for their products and not for anyone else, a tiny little market,

And in addition to re-adjusting their operating system to that ... impressive

 

Thanks to everyone for the pleasant discussion

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