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En utilisant de la mémoire TLC, Adata est bien obligé de passer à un système de cache SLC pour afficher des débits satisfaisants par rapport à ceux de la concurrence. Ce type d'astuce se trouve désormais partout et fonctionne ici de manière tout à fait classique. Une partie de l'espace de stockage est géré comme s'il s'agissait de mémoire SLC (1 bit de donnée par cellule). Cela raccourcit le temps d'accès à ces cellules et augmente donc les débits. Si l'on copie une file de fichiers dont la taille excède la taille du cache, le débit chute à un niveau bien inférieur. Le cache est dans le cas présent de type dynamique, c'est-à-dire qu'il fonctionne non pas sur une plage fixe (donnée en gigaoctets) mais sur l'ensemble de l'espace disponible. Ainsi, un SU800 vierge de 256 Go dont 238 Go sont accessibles pour l'utilisateur donne droit à une accélération cache sur 79 Go environ. S'il reste 30 Go d'espace disponible, l'accélération ne sera proposée que sur 10 Go et ainsi de suite. Nous n'avons rien contre ce type d'accélération par cache, au contraire, cela permet de profiter de meilleures performances dans certains cas de figure — la plupart du temps d'ailleurs. En revanche, nous regrettons que le constructeur ne communique nulle part sur les débits hors cache. Certaines sociétés, comme Samsung, ont timidement commencé à donner quelques valeurs sur les séries 960 Evo et nous aimerions que cette communication se généralise.

Sous benchmark, les performances sont globalement dans la moyenne de ce que l'on peut attendre d'un SSD utilisant de la mémoire TLC. En lecture séquentielle, on grimpe à 515 Mo/s tandis qu'on est à 454 Mo/s en écriture. D'une manière générale, Adata fait mieux que Crucial avec ses MX300 en lecture, mais pèche un peu écriture. On reste assez proche de ce que propose SanDisk avec sa série Ultra II. Le constat est globalement similaire en copie manuelle où nous avons obtenu une moyenne de 450 Mo/s en lecture et 424 Mo/s en écriture. Attention toutefois, que ce soit sous benchmark ou en manuel, il s'agit là des débits lorsque le cache SLC est actif. En dehors de cette zone de confort, le débit chute à un niveau extrêmement bas et oscille entre 30 et 60 Mo/s ! Du jamais vu. On réservera donc ce SSD à un usage courant, y compris pour les joueurs, mais on le déconseillera aux utilisateurs qui copient quotidiennement de grosses quantités de données. Le chinois Xiaomi touche à tous les secteurs de la high-tech, commercialisant tantôt des smartphones, tantôt des trackers d'activité, des drones, des ordinateurs portables... Bref le fabricant ne semble pas avoir de limite. L'une de ses dernières annonces, c'est un aspirateur-robot, nommé Mi Robot Vacuum. L'appareil est équipé d'un télémètre laser, ce qui est assez prometteur en termes de navigation. Bien qu'il ne soit pas vendu en France pour l'instant, on peut se le procurer sur Internet au prix de 380 $. Le chinois Xiaomi touche à tous les secteurs de la high-tech, commercialisant tantôt des smartphones, tantôt des trackers d'activité, des drones, des ordinateurs portables...

Bref le fabricant ne semble pas avoir de limite. L'une de ses dernières annonces, c'est un aspirateur-robot, nommé Mi Robot Vacuum. L'appareil est équipé d'un télémètre laser, ce qui est assez prometteur en termes de navigation. Bien qu'il ne soit pas vendu en France pour l'instant, on peut se le procurer sur Internet au prix de 380 $. Difficile de nier les efforts d'Acer pour nous proposer un deux-en-un bien fini. Le Switch Alpha 12 respire en effet la solidité et l'assemblage soigné. On apprécie ainsi son châssis en aluminium avec effet brossé, très soigné et agréable au toucher, ou encore ses contours légèrement arrondis qui adoucissent les lignes. Les finitions sont excellentes, aucune vis n'est visible et la préhension est très bonne. Comme sur beaucoup de ses concurrents, un système de béquille permet de faire tenir l'ensemble et de l'incliner.

Cette béquille est surmontée d'un revêtement en gomme un peu salissant, mais qui améliore la protection. Le Switch Alpha 12 et proposé de série avec un clavier magnétique détachable et rétroéclairé qui ressemble beaucoup à celui de la Surface Pro 4. On profite donc de touches chiclet bien espacées et assez larges, pour une frappe précise et agréable, malgré une course un peu molle. En revanche, nous sommes bien moins convaincus par le touchpad, petit et qui sonne creux. L'ensemble de la connectique est réparti sur le côté droit et s'avère assez complète pour un deux-en-un : un port USB Type-C, un port USB 3, une prise jack ainsi qu'un port pour la recharge. Notons également la présence d'un lecteur de carte microSD sous la béquille. Enfin, trois boutons sur la tranche opposée sont dédiés à l'allumage/mise en veille, au volume et une touche Windows permet d'accéder au menu Démarrer ; cette dernière ne sert objectivement pas à grand-chose. La présence d'un processeur Intel Core i5 n'empêche pas le Switch Alpha 12 d'être parfaitement silencieux. Par quel miracle ? Tout simplement grâce à une technologie de refroidissement liquide, le Liquid Loop, qui s'apparente à un système de refroidissement par caloduc. L'image ci-dessous issue du site d'Acer montre bien l'absence de ventilateur : À l'usage, on apprécie bien entendu l'absence totale de bruit, mais on constate cependant des températures un peu plus élevées que la moyenne sur cette catégorie de produit. On relève ainsi un point chaud à 44,7 C à l'avant et 49,3°C à l'arrière. Des résultats moins bons que ceux de la Surface Pro 4 ou de la Surface Pro 3 ; ces chiffres ont été relevés après une heure de benchmark sous Unigine Heaven, et un usage plus classique semble laisser la température à un niveau bien plus acceptable.

La dalle brillante de l'Acer Switch Alpha 12 est un modèle IPS de 12 pouces qui affiche une définition de 2160 x 1440 px. Malheureusement, après le passage de notre sonde, le côté haut de gamme de la construction et du design s'étiole un peu.Les mesures sont, globalement, décevantes. Si la luminosité maximale est bonne (370 cd/m²), le taux de contraste ne monte pas au-dessus de 680:1, ce qui donne un sérieux coup à la lisibilité de l'ensemble, surtout avec une dalle brillante.Le bilan colorimétrique n'est pas forcément bien meilleur. Le Delta E (écart entre les couleurs réelles et les couleurs affichées, considéré comme excellent en dessous de 3) monte à 5, ce qui reste malgré tout dans la petite moyenne de ce genre de produit. En revanche, la température des couleurs monte à 8520 K, soit un chiffre assez éloigné de la norme (6500 K). Le rendu est donc froid et tire vers les teintes bleutées. Nous sommes loin d'un écran aux couleurs fidèles et équilibrées.Il est en tout cas dommage qu'Acer n'ait pas accordé plus d'attention à la calibration de sa dalle et à son contraste, car l'on se retrouve avec un petit 3 étoiles, peu en adéquation avec le positionnement haut de gamme voulu par la marque.

La configuration reçue en test comprend un processeur Intel Core i5-6200U, 8 Go de mémoire vive en DDR4, un SSD de 256 Go.Sans surprise, c'est un processeur basse consommation Intel Core i5-6200U qui fait tourner le Switch Alpha 2. Un CPU que l'on retrouve dans de nombreux ultraportables et deux-en-un, tels que le HP Envy 13, le Acer Aspire R14 ou le encore le HP Spectre X360. Il s'agit d'un CPU double cœur,affichant des fréquences comprises entre 2,3 et 2,8 GHz.Il s'agit donc un processeur qui a fait ses preuves et qui propose des performances très honorables, en adéquation avec cette catégorie de portables. La bureautique, le surf sur le web, le visionnage de vidéos se font sans aucun problème. La retouche photo ou le montage vidéo sont également possibles, mais il faudra tout de même être patient avec ces tâches un peu lourdes pour une telle configuration. Les temps de démarrage et d'arrêt complet sont par ailleurs très courts (respectivement 5 et 7 secondes). Point de carte graphique dédiée sur ce Acer Switch Alpha 12 ; il faut se contenter du chipset intégré d'Intel, ici le HD Graphics 520. N'espérez donc pas jouer à des jeux récents en 3D sur cette machine, mais ce n'est de toute façon pas son usage premier.

 

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The questions then come as to whether the design decisions Lenovo has made in order to give this level of flexibility make sense. Here are two:Above left you’ll see the shape of the tablet, which looks like it’s been sliced off at the bottom to leave a suspiciously flat edge. And above right is a close-up of the right-hand hinge mechanism: you have to slide the tablet precisely over this, and its mirror image on the left, to put it back into place.Hopefully the photo above, which shows the bottom of the tablet itself, gives you some idea of how this works in practice. It also shows the slot for the SIM card (two thirds from the left), the mini-DisplayPort and a power port – you can charge the tablet directly.However, note that the Helix doesn’t include an SD card slot. Personally I’d find that a big drawback because I frequently use SD cards to transfer photos from my camera.So the ThinkPad Helix probably isn’t yet the perfect convertible Ultrabook, but in reality that’s never going to be possible. Sacrifices have to be made somewhere, whether that’s to battery life, the choice of operating system or the quality of the keyboard.

Despite my criticisms, I must admit that I’d love to try the Helix for a couple of weeks and put it through some real-world tests. I suspect I can live with the foibles in return for getting an Ultrabook with ten hours of battery life and such a good keyboard.As soon as Lenovo has full production units, rest assured PC Pro will be clamouring on the door to grab the first samples. And I’ll probably “borrow” it from the reviews editor when he isn’t looking.“You’re never off that bloody iPhone,” is a common remark in our household. And it’s true. A survey this week claimed that we check our smartphones 150 times a day, and is it any wonder when they do so much for us? Between them, my iPhone and iPad have made at least half a dozen other devices redundant, taking on all manner of tasks and often doing a better job. Maggie Thatcher would be proud of them.Here, then, is a rundown of the things my iPad/iPhone combo has lain waste to. While this blog focuses on Apple devices and apps there’s no reason why a combination of Android/Windows phone and tablet couldn’t do likewise: most of the apps mentioned are cross-platform or have equally competent equivalents.

TomTom’s satnav app means the dedicated TomTom device I bought back in 2005 is now there purely to keep the box of Werther’s Originals company in the glove box. Initially, I flirted with the CoPilot app, largely because it was considerably cheaper than TomTom. Yet, while it was packed with features and the maps were perfectly clear, it proved too erratic. Its repeated pleadings to plunge through central reservations to make a right turn shook my confidence and my wallet into action.The TomTom app is pricey, especially when you factor in the traffic updates -- £31.99 for the UK and Ireland app, plus £23.99 per year for the traffic -- but it’s probably the best app investment I’ve made. As any father of young children will tell you, the last thing you want on a car journey is an unexpected three-hour picnic in the fast-lane, because you inadvertently joined a 15-mile tailback on the M25. TomTom’s wonderfully responsive traffic updates have saved me from at least two such incidents in the past year. The maps are clearly presented and constantly updated without having to faff with plugging a satnav into a PC, and it works seamlessly with both the Music and Spotify apps, fading the music volume down gracefully when there are audio instructions to deliver. Which brings me neatly onto…

Whether I’m driving with TomTom or not, these days my in-car audio entertainment is delivered via the iPhone, not the car stereo. As with the TomTom app, a 3.5mm audio lead allows me to play the music through the car speakers, and with almost my entire CD collection stored on my iPhone, it saves me from juggling discs and cases when I’m belting down the motorway at… exactly 70mph, officer. If I need to change track or album, I can engage Siri at the press of a button and it normally understands me; there are few similar sounding phrases to “Spandau Ballet”, after all.The iPhone also has a far greater breadth of audio entertainment than the car stereo. Spotify’s Radio knows my music tastes far better than any station on the FM dial, and there are no adverts or morons behind the microphone to tolerate. If I’m on a long journey, the Danny Baker or Guardian Football Weekly podcasts can keep me in good humour as I toil behind the wheel. And for sports fans, the sound quality of Radio 5 Live streamed via the BBC iPlayer Radio app is far superior to the fuzz and gurgles of the AM station – provided you can get a decent 3G connection.

Apple needs no reminding that the iPhone has bludgeoned the dedicated MP3 player market: the iPod is one of the few blackspots on the company’s financial statements every quarter. Prior to owning an iPhone, I had a fourth-generation iPod mini – a beautifully slim stick of flash memory and screen that could last a week of tiresome commuting between battery charges. Before that it was a hard disk-based iPod classic. With the bulk of my iTunes collection now on my phone, and the Spotify app giving me access to practically any tune I can hum the tune to, I doubt I’ll ever buy an iPod again.In the days before iPhone and iPad, a Sony PSP used to bring a little light relief to my commute from hell. Games such as Lumines and Little Big Planet just about took the edge off the eighth signal failure of the day. Now, the PSP’s on my other half’s list of things lying around the house that I’m definitely flogging on eBay the next time he goes on a press trip, and there’s more chance of me voluntarily replacing my toenails than replacing it with a PSP Vita.Why? Because the concept of paying ten, twenty or thirty quid for a handheld console game now seems as frivolous as hiring Moira Stuart to read my newspaper aloud to me. Two or three quid games such as Orbital, World of Goo and Rayman Jungle Run are every bit as good as the old PSP titles, and probably the equal of some PSP Vita efforts too. And the idea of popping games in and out on little memory cards – even if it is a vast improvement on those ridiculous little discs Sony used before – is now only slightly less ludicrous than popping a VHS tape in to record Match of the Day.

The TV in our bedroom is still the same CRT my parents bought me when I moved into my first flat, aged 21. Until recently, it was plugged into a Freeview box, but when that went pop, I decided there was no need to replace it. Now the TV’s plugged into an extension cable running from the Sky box downstairs, mirroring whatever’s showing on the downstairs television, and the iPad is used for the majority of TV watching.Various apps -- such as Sky Go, BBC iPlayer, TV Catchup Live and 4oD -- mean I can both watch live transmissions (with a few seconds’ delay) and catch-up broadcasts from all of the TV channels I care about. YouTube and Netflix (£5.99 after the first month) deliver additional programmes, such as the excellent House of Cards remake -- provided you can put up with enough Apple product placement to make Jonny Ive nauseous. And the iPad, propped up with the Smart Case, is slim enough to sit on my bedside table, unlike that bulky old CRT.The iOS devices have also done for the remote control, to some degree. The superb Sky+ app includes a remote control that allows us to change the TV channel on the Sky box downstairs while we lay-in on a Sunday morning. That means I can switch to Match of the Day on that CRT without touching its remote control or, crucially, leaving a warm bed. Bliss.

Never, in thirtyish years of gadget fondling, has a device hurtled towards obsolescence as quickly as my poor Kindle. A Christmas present in 2010, it now spends most of its time moping on the sideboard, praying it escapes the clutches of my toddler’s yoghurt-sodden fingers. It’s been almost entirely superseded by the Kindle apps on the iPad and iPhone.I much prefer reading on the Kindle’s E Ink screen than I do from the backlit display of the iDevices, but the Kindle was the only optional ballast in a work bag that contains laptop, tablet, chargers and all manner of other back-breaking gubbins. It simply wasn’t pulling its weight. And once you’ve dampened the iPad’s display with a sepia-coloured background and by reducing the screen brightness, it doesn’t feel as if your retinas are going dissolve by the end of the chapter.The Kindle still justifies its place in the travel bag on the rare occasion I get to spend a week on the beach or on a long flight, when the iPad’s either too delicate or too battery-hungry to survive; but it’s a squad player, not the first name on my tech teamsheet any more.

Newspapers aren't exactly a device, and the iPad and iPhone haven’t completely set fire to my newspaper habit -- my subscription to The Times and The Sunday Times covers both print and digital editions, and I still pick up the newspaper most mornings. Yet, I suspect that won’t be the case for much longer.At weekends, I’m finding it increasingly difficult to drum up the motivation for even the short walk to the newsagents, when I can thumb through the digital editions without even getting out of bed. (I put the iPad in my bedside drawer before I go to bed. Don’t judge me.) A promised revamp and merger of The Times and The Sunday Times apps this week will see the newspapers delivered automatically overnight in Newsstand, giving me even less incentive to toddle off to Tesco.With the iPad now a permanent fixture in my work bag, The Times providing updated editions throughout the day, and the temptation to cut the cost of my subscription in half by going digital-only, I suspect the newspapers won’t survive the next round of Collins budget cuts.We've all had moments where we've wished our laptop touchpad was a bit more spacious, but this is taking it to extremes. After the Magic Mouse, which awkwardly added multitouch features to the surface of a mouse, comes... a giant Bluetooth touchpad? Surely even Apple can't shift this in numbers.

It's called the Magic Trackpad, and it does everything a MacBook touchpad can do. So it supports the full four-finger swipe, two-finger rotation and zooming, and every other gesture and combination in between. Measuring 6.5in diagonally it has all the space you could ask for and, again like the MacBook, the whole thing acts as a clickable button.You might think its portable nature would free you from the limitations of a laptop, but it has its quirks. The design means the clickpad hinges from the rear, so to click properly the Magic Trackpad has to be on a firm, flat surface. If you were expecting to use it from the sofa, you'll need to change the settings to tap-to-click mode.Setup is also a bit of a faff, requiring Mac OS X 10.6.4 - not a problem for iMac owners who keep up to date, but an annoying update for us occasional dabblers - as well as a hefty 75MB+ trackpad software update. We were eventually up and running after nearly an hour of downloading, which is faintly ludicrous for the installation of what is little more than a Bluetooth mouse.Still, when it works, it works. Inertial scrolling is a great addition to web browsing, one flick keeping the page scrolling past the release of the finger. And if you're a dab hand in Photoshop on your MacBook, it will feel like Steve Jobs has answered all your prayers. For the rest of us, it's a slightly odd idea. It's designed to fit snugly next to your Bluetooth Apple keyboard, ideally paired with an iMac, yet we can't seriously see it as replacement for a mouse for daily desktop tasks.As an occasional timesaver or a graphics tool it has some appeal, but if we had any slight temptation to buy one purely for novelty value, the £59 inc VAT price tag kills it stone dead. If Microsoft released a trackpad and tried to charge more than the cost of a good-quality keyboard for it, Apple fans would laugh it out of town. Yet Apple does the same and expects to sell millions. For once, it might just struggle.

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Buffalo Bills GM Brandon Beane addresses LeSean McCoy trade rumors

Buffalo Bills GM Brandon Beane addresses LeSean McCoy trade rumors

 

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Facts About Facebook Messenger Group Video Calling

 

 

By one means or another Facebook figured out how to discover right portable application engineers to chip away at their gathering video calling highlight and they prevail in that. Despite the fact that many talk applications are endeavoring to imitate aggregate video calling highlight, Messenger is as yet unbeaten its exertion. 

 

Beneath you can locate some ordinary certainties about Messenger video calling highlight. 

 

Gathering video ringing constrained to six people 

 

Gathering video calling highlight on Facebook Messenger sounds awesome, yet it acknowledges just 6 people in a gathering for video calling. 

 

The component applies to most recent rendition of the application 

 

Gathering video calling highlight is accessible on the most recent rendition of the application. Clients who refreshed to the most recent rendition of the application can benefit this element. This element is accessible to any individual who is utilizing the most recent adaptation of the application. 

 

Up to 50 individuals in a gathering can react to your video call 

 

In spite of the fact that the gathering video calling is restricted to 6 individuals, other gathering individuals, up to 50, can watch what's happening, on the live video call by tuning in to their voice and they can have the capacity to react through voice or messages. 

 

Received and acquainted 3D impacts comparable with Snapchat 

 

Moreover, Messenger's most recent refresh speaks to change in the application camera and furthermore it included 3D impacts, covers and stickers, which can be used to modify the photographs and recordings, which appears to be like Snapchat. This element is accessible for iOS stages, for Android this will come soon. 

 

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