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Toshiba E-Generation notebooks

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Toshiba’s E-Generation devices offer professional performance and durability, designed to support users on the move. Its latest professional range has undergone a technical refresh to maximise performance and make devices more efficient by offering a high performance of up to an 8th Generation Intel Core processor. The new devices are the Portégé X20W-E and X30-E, the Tecra X40-E, A50-E and Z50-E, and the Satellite Pro A50-E and R50-E.

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Toshiba E-Generation notebooks

Toshiba’s E-Generation devices offer professional performance and durability, designed to support users on the move. Its latest professional range has undergone a technical refresh to maximise performance and make devices more efficient by offering a high performance of up to an 8th Generation Intel Core processor.  The new devices are the Portégé X20W-E and X30-E, the Tecra X40-E, A50-E and Z50-E, and the Satellite Pro A50-E and R50-E.

Powerful and professional performance

The new E-Generation range is elegantly designed for long-lasting versatility, durability and interior performance. For example, the Portégé X30-E is equipped with a non-reflective touchscreen and brand new In-Cell Touch technology that enables professionals to navigate and interact with content without compromising the design or display of the device. Devices within the new range are available with up to 8th Generation Intel Core processors, offering incredible power and performance. The devices have exceptionally fast DDR4 (2400Mhz) RAM and come complete with a new 1TB SSD.

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CloudGate Xs – Powerful, Energy-savvy Mini Computer

The palm-sized CloudGate Xs offers such a solution, weighing just 300g, draws less than 24W of power.

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With the ever present threat of power outages coupled with skyrocketing electricity bills, organisations across sectors are looking for energy efficient and power-saving computing solutions. As with its sister device, the CloudGate X, this mini computer is capable of running the Linux, Windows 10 and Chrome operating systems. However, the CloudGate Xs utilises the newest generation Intel Gemini Lake CPU – and thereby offers a critical performance increase of 25% over the CloudGate X. With its new, sleek design, this powerful device also benefits from improved heat dissipation.

“The CloudGate Xs is an ideal replacement for most desktop computers, at a fraction of the cost,” explains Xavier Nel, Head of Product at CloudGate. “It also comes in at the same price point as the CloudGate X, making it an extraordinarily accessible – yet sophisticated – computing solution. Simply plug in a screen, keyboard and mouse and you have a mini-PC for business or education use.”
This is an eco-friendly solution. By using less than 10 percent of the electricity a typical desktop requires, this user-friendly device lowers the energy footprint for an organisation considerably. With warnings of a fragile Eskom power station always nearby, embracing power-savvy technology – which translates into low running costs – has become increasingly important.

From a connectivity perspective, the computer has 802.11b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2 and 1Gig Ethernet. Despite its sleek form, the device boasts three USB 3.0 ports and several others that include VGA, HDMI, RJ45, one DC 12V 2A power input and one 3.5mm audio port. Users will benefit from 4GB DDR4 High-Speed RAM, 64 GB EMMC Solid-State Storage, and an SD card reader. Moreover, storage capacity can be upgraded with an extra 128GB or 256GB m.2 SSD.

The CloudGate Xs ships with a power adapter, VESA Screen Mount, HDMI cable and instruction booklet. Ranging in cost from between R3 499 and R5 199 (depending on the chosen configuration), the CloudGate Xs delivers on several use cases across industry sectors.

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Stranger Things 3: Official Trailer

Netflix has released the official trailer for its third season of Stranger Things. Click through to watch the trailer.

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Click here to read what we know about the TV show so far.

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