Flight on a hoverboard through the night city (2 videos)
Over the past few days, a video of a desperate flight on a hoverboard similar to the device shown in the famous movie «Back to the Future II» has been actively discussed on the Internet. «This man lives in the year 2030», «Is this McFly?» and «The future is now» are the most characteristic comments you can find under the impressive video of the flying P.
China showed the concept of a passenger rocket for regular suborbital flights (5 photos)
During China’s National Day of Cosmonautics celebrations, the concept of a suborbital space rocket was presented at the booth of the country’s main rocket designer, the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology.
Resident Evil Village graphics compared across three PlayStation consoles
Only about two weeks are left before the official release of the Resident Evil Village computer game, and gamers are actively exploring the possibilities of a future application based on a demo version. The second demo has already been released today, allowing players to spend 30 minutes in the game world of Resident Evil Village.
The introduction of the new version of iOS 14.5, which went public this week, brought many useful new features to users, including unlocking the iPhone by a masked user. Enthusiasts and experts immediately started testing the new firmware to compare its performance and autonomy with the pre-release version.
Insiders revealed some characteristics and release date of DDR5 RAM
The existing DDR4 RAM standard no longer meets the requirements of modern computer applications. In the near future, new DDR5 memory modules will appear on the market. Insiders from China have already reported some details of the future RAM and even showed a photo of the modules produced at the company’s factory.
Xiaomi engineers have created another series of household TVs Mi TV P1. The company held its first European presentation of new products in Italy. The Mi TV P1 line is represented by four TV models with standard screen sizes: 32; 43; 50 and 55 inches.
Only the junior series Mi TV P1 with a diagonal of 32 inches received a resolution of 1366 × 768, the other three models support 4K 3840 × 2160 resolution. All 4 TV models use a standard LED-backlit LCD panel with a 60Hz refresh rate and a 178-degree viewing angle.
The new TVs run Android TV 10 and support Chromecast, Play Store and Google Assistant services. All Mi TV P1 series TVs are equipped with modified updated remote controls.
The three older Mi TV P1 series 4K TVs have a quad-core MediaTek MT9611 (ARM Cortex-A55 @ 1.5GHz) processor in the hardware. Graphics processing is done by ARM Mali G52 MP2 GPU. The amount of RAM is 2 GB, and the amount of permanent memory is 16 GB.
4K TV screens support 1.07 billion colors (8-bit+FRC), Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HLG and MEMC and cover 88% of the NTSC color gamut and 94% of the DCI-P3 gamut. The speakers in the 4K models of the Mi TV P1 series are implemented using 2 10-watt speakers that support Dolby Audio and DTS-HD.
The models have a variety of connectors: 1 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x HDMI 2.1 (eARC, VRR), 1 x HDMI (CEC), 2 x USB 2.0, composite AV, Ethernet, optical port, 3.5 mm headphone jack, antenna input (DVB-T2/C, DVB-S2) and CI slot. Wireless connectivity is provided by dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0.
The youngest model of the Mi TV P1 series with a diagonal of 32 inches will go on sale in Italy at a price of 280 euros. A model with a 43-inch screen will cost 450 euros. A 50-inch TV is priced at 600 euros, while a 55-inch flagship device costs 650 euros. In other markets, the new Xiaomi Mi TV P1 series will be released soon.
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