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70% Anker Quick Charge 3.0 63W 5-Port USB Wall Charger - Deal Alert

Today, 09:33 AM

Posted by Computerworld in Computerworld News

This premium wall-charger from Anker features 5 ports that pump out 63W of power — enough for the whole family to simultaneously charge multiple devices at the highest speed possible. Right now it’s discounted 70% to just $27 on Amazon, where it averages 4.5 out of 5 stars from over 500 customers. Right now when you buy this item you’ll also activate a 10% discount on other select Anker products including their power bank and bluetooth speaker. See this deal on Amazon.

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Problems with Surface Pro 4/Surface Book firmware update

Today, 09:00 AM

Posted by Computerworld in Computerworld News

We have no way of knowing why Microsoft released the driver updates last Friday or what they’re supposed to accomplish. What we do know is that the last set of patches came just 10 days earlier, on July 11, when Microsoft added support for the new Surface Pro Type Cover and Signature Type Cover.

With two dozen major firmware and driver updates pushed onto the Surface Pro 4 since its release in October 2015, and a new Surface Pro 2017 currently on offer, it’s noteworthy that Microsoft is still trying to get the SP4 and SB drivers right.

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10+ iOS 11 iPad Pro productivity tips

Today, 08:59 AM

Posted by Computerworld in Computerworld News

With iOS 11, Apple’s iPad Pro has become an even more effective productivity tool, raising it apart from other tablets with its own synthesise of portability and computational ability.

For the purposes of this short report I’ve assumed you use the most productive iPad Pro configuration, which includes a Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil.

Take a Note

Apple Pencil gains a great new ability: when your iPad is locked just tap the screen with your Apple Pencil to automatically open a Note. Now you are in Notes you can draw, write, and more. Notes will also let you scan documents as we’ll explain here. One more thing: Apple Pencil’s (already good) latency has been reduced to just 20-milliseconds.

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