PCWorld’s July Digital Magazine: Intel’s new Tiger Lake H laptop chips take the fight to AMD

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In the July issue

This month, we have the 11th-gen ‘Tiger Lake H’ performance deep-dive: Intel gets back in the game. Plus, Meet AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution: Radeon’s DLSS rival even makes GeForce GPUs faster.

Other highlights include:

  • News: The biggest PC news from Computex 2021, Android 12 and other news from Google I/O, RIP Internet Explorer

  • Lenovo ThinkPad X12 Detachable Gen 1 review: A value tablet for business
  • Acer Predator Triton 300 SE review: Affordable GeForce RTX performance in a slim package
  • Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 review: A beautiful thin-and-light PC
  • Command Prompt: 6 Command Prompt commands you should still be using
  • Here’s How: How to play games on a Chromebook, enable HDR in Windows 10, add Linux apps to Windows

Video highlights

Watch: Ready to start turning your house into a smart home? There’s no better place to start than with an inexpensive smart speaker. Our two favorites cost $50 or less. Which one is right for you? Both the Amazon Echo Dot and the Google Nest Mini can control smart home devices, play music, tell the weather, read your schedule, and more, all using voice commands.

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