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: 3 reasons why Microsoft's Surface Go beats Apple's iPad (and 3 reasons it doesn't)
  • Intel Kaby Lake G Core i7-8705G review: Why Nvidia should be scared
  • Alienware 17 R5 review: Core i9 and an overclocked GTX 1080 create an incredible desktop replacement
  • HTC U12+ review: One too many pressing problems
  • Here's How: 5 ways to manage emails and control spam in Outlook, plus 10 quick ways to clear space on your Android device

Video highlights

Watch: Logitech's brand-new GX Blue switch does indeed mimic the legendary Cherry MX Blue switch. It’s a tactile switch, requiring 50g of force and with a prominent click at the actuation point (1.9 mm). We swung by Logitech’s meeting room at E3 to give the new switch a try. Watch our video.

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