PCWorld's July Digital Magazine: AMD steals Computex with its 32-core Threadripper

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In the July issue

This month we have all the breaking news from Computex, including AMD’s monster 32-core Threadripper 2. We also have the details on Intel’s not-too-shabby 28-core 5GHz chip. Considering a tablet in the not too distant future? Find out why Microsoft may release a tiny $400 Surface tablet and what it means for the tablet market.

Other highlights include:

  • News: Nvidia CEO: No next-gen GeForce GPUs for a 'long time,' but G-Sync BFGDs are coming soon
  • HP Spectre x360 15 review: With Kaby Lake-G, this laptop can do almost anything
  • MSI GS65 Stealth Thin 8RE review: Stylish enough for work and powerful enough for play
  • VPNhub Premium review: Pornhub's new VPN service needs to work out the kinks
  • Here's How: 5 Android Messages features you should start using

Video highlights

Watch: Your next laptop could be two screens, if Intel’s vision catches on. PCWorld got a sneak peek at Tiger Rapids, a concept pairing a display with an e-ink tablet that inspired products we saw at Computex. We also saw an unnamed prototype with two displays that could work independently or in concert. Watch our video.

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