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European retailers have accidentally put up listings for Meteor Lake laptops ahead of the December 14 launch date.
A technician speedruns his client's Asus ROG Ally upgrade, giving it a 32GB 7500 MT/s upgrade while making his wallet lighter by $300
M.2 10GbE network card based on Marvell's AQC113 chip is on sale for $86, a significant drop.
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