No sooner was Windows 10 revealed than Windows 11 broke the cover. Within 24 hours. Microsoft is going for a digital update, according to a detailed image leak that shows major design changes that look a little familiar.
A new centralized start button and icons scream Windows 10X – now removed – while instant commands should help you multitask with multiple windows. Shortly after these leaked images, several journalists were able to recover the first Windows 11 ISO, well before Microsoft’s huge launch event on June 24. Expect to learn more as people get familiar with the next-gen operating system.
– Mat Smith
Launch date: 2022.
This is what we expected from Nintendo: more news on a sequel to the incredible Breath of the wild. We didn’t quite get everything we wanted – and Nintendo even trolled us with less notable Zelda announcements before shutting down its big E3 showcase on gameplay footage and teasers for its upcoming game. watch the trailer, here. We get a glimpse of new mystical powers at Link’s command, a sort of high-tech sleeve tattoo, and a whole layer of islands and celestial structures atop the world of BoTW. Nintendo added that, for now at least, the game is expected to launch next year. And hey, at least we got a glimpse. Nintendo Direct was missing a lot of games. Continue reading.
The “Photo Frame WiFi Speaker” arrives July 15 for $ 199.
The latest IKEA and Sonos collaboration has officially arrived. The SYMFONISK photo frame WiFi speaker is a black or white frame that conceals a large speaker that you can hang on the wall.
But this is not a frame in which you can put your own work of art. Instead, it comes with interchangeable front artwork that fits the black or white design. The SYMFONISK photo frame WiFi speaker will be available on the IKEA website and in IKEA stores from July 15, and you can also order it online. The frame will cost $ 199; two additional artwork panels will arrive a month later for $ 19.99 each. Continue reading.
The company has officially unveiled its cheapest 5G phone yet.
One of the biggest criticisms against OnePlus is that its flagships have become quite expensive, which goes against the notion of “affordable premium” that the company has gained a lot of love since its inception. With its Nord N series, OnePlus has returned to making feature-rich phones at mid-range prices. Say hello to the North N200 5G, a $ 240 handset that hits North America starting June 25.
From a specification standpoint, the N200 5G is closer to last year’s N100. The new phone has a triple camera system on the back with a 13 megapixel main sensor, a 5,000 mAh battery and 4 GB of RAM. Major upgrades include support for 5G, thanks to the N200’s Snapdragon 480 processor, as well as a slightly smaller 6.49-inch display that refreshes to 90Hz faster. Continue reading.
A brand new 2D side-scroller, 15 years in the making.
So no Metroid Prime 4, but Nintendo has revealed a game that has been in development for almost 15 years: Terror Metroid. This 2D side-scrolling game was once a canceled Game Boy Advance title, set to launch in 2006.
Fast forward to this point, and it’s been retooled for the Switch. It looks like it will combine the familiar exploration and shooting of Metroid with a constant threat from an almost impervious robot hunter, you will have to escape or escape as you progress through the game. Its launch is scheduled for fall 2021. Continue reading.
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