Computer Shopper UK - Issue 365 - 2018 July
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Computer Shopper UK - Issue 365 - 2018 July

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Contents magazine - Computer Shopper UK - Issue 365 - 2018 July

News
News Round-up: Intel's Core i9 CPU to grace new laptops as AMD's Ryzen 2 keeps up the pressure
Globe Trotting: Offbeat news from around the world 
The Lowdown: IBM's tiny computer - it's no bigger than a grain of salt, but iBM's new mini-marvel packs a surprising amount of power
From the Lab: The latest scientific developments explained 
Retro: Microsoft Xbox - Redmond's first foray into gaming hardware brought all the power of a PC to a console 

Reviews
Hot Product: Besides some extra screen space and an even higher price, the Microsoft Surface Book 2 15in hasn't seen many changes from the 13in laptop that inspired it
PCs: Sure, it costs nearly £1 ,600, but with top-tier core hardware, the Cyber power Infinity X88 GTX (p26) is a very good deal 
Laptops: Decent budget 2-in-1s are rare, yet the £430 Acer Switch 3 doesn't offer much to get enth usiastic about 
Storage: Whereas the cheaper 860 Evo won our hearts last month, the Samsung 860 Pro SSD struggles to justify its price 
Networks: The Cam IQ Outd oor is Nest's best (and most thief-proof) external security camera yet 
Displays: it's bargains all round this month, as the AOC G2460 VQ6 and liyama Prolite XB2779QQS (p36) deliver a ffordable takes on gaming and IPS monitors respectively 
Printers: Canon's Pixma G4510 makes up for slow speeds with an economi cal refillable ink tank system 
Audio: Compact yet flexible, with surprisingly good sound quality, the Creative Muvo 2c is an ideal budget Bluetooth speaker 
Home Cinema: The brand maybe unfamiliar, but Loewe' s bild 3.55 is an immaculately designed OLEO TV 
Video: Despite its big 1in sensor, the Sony DSC-RXO is a compromised action camera 
Handhelds: The Huawei P20 (p48) doesn't have the world-beating camera we hoped for, but it's an otherwise competent smartphone 
Wearables: Unlike the so-so Ionic, the Fitbit Versa is an almost entirel y successful smartwatch/fitness tracker hybrid 
Best Buys: Looking for the best kit we've reviewed recently? it's all in our Best Buys section 
How We Test: Our tests, ratings and awards explained

Features
Install Linux on a Chromebook: Don't let a Chromebook's limitations hold you back - install Linux on it and you'l l get a ll the power of a desktop operating system on a fast and lightweight laptop. Chris Finnamore shows you how
Happy 50th Intel?: The venerable processor giant hits its half-century this year. Nik Rawlinson looks back at the company's illustrious history, and considers what its future holds

Learn
Business Help: Our expert answers your software queries 
Helpfile: Your Windows and hardware problems solved 
Advanced Projects: Fancy Apple's AirPiay but don't fancy the prices? Clive Webster shows you how to make your own AirPiay-compatible speaker for under £100
Multimedia Expert: A well-edited video will hold viewers' attention, whether it's a YouTube clip or a full-length film. Ben Pitt guides you through the essentials

Group Tests
Spec Your PC: Whether you want to build a souped-up gaming powerhouse or an everyday PC for under £400, we've got all the components you need. Our in-depth buying advice will guide you through your options, while our group tests of the best CPUs, motherboards, graphics cards, hard disks, cases and power supplies will help you pick the perfect spec for you

Regulars
Letters: Your monthly missives of wit and wisdom, tips and tricks, and moans and groans 
Mel's World: it's a matter of life and death this month for Mel Croucher, but at least Mel Brooks and modern technology are helping him to 
laugh in the face of the Grim Reaper 
Cyber Insider: Foreign tech manufacturers are a threat to the UK, social media companies are playing fast and loose with users' data, and even our own governments are spying on us. Can we trust anyone any more? 
Rants & Raves: The for gotten story about how three black female mathematicians blazed a trail in the space race illustrates the meritocratic nature of computing 
Zygote: The US tech giants aren't exactly renowned for paying their fair share of taxes. So why, asks Zygote, is the government rewarding 
them with huge contracts at the expense of smaller British firms? 
Computer Shopper UK - Issue 365 - 2018 July


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Date: Issue 365 - 2018 July
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Language: English
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