Micro HDMI is fragile, and introducing another avenue of potential failure (an adapter) isn't a solution for me. I disagree with their decision on these ports, and elect to take my money elsewhere. Simple as that.
I just did a search for "b7a replacement" and a couple reddit topics from 1-2 years ago, with people getting theirs replaced. So, there could still be some parts. Some comments mentioned it took a couple weeks
you can try some of the utilities from this topic https://www.reddit.com/r/OLED_Gaming/comments/mbpiwy/lg_oled_gamingpc_monitor_recommended_settings/
specifically "LGTV Companion: Synchronize power state" https://github.com/JPersson77/LGTVCompanion "Power On and Off WebOS LG TVs together...
a little more info about it:
LG's DualUp monitor is available for purchase now at LG.com and select LG-authorized dealers for a retail price of $699
Did a search and didn't find a topic about it. It apparently uses the same JOLED panel as found in the LG 27EP950
This is not a gaming monitor however. Only 4k at 60Hz
There is also mention...
seems like it is +$25 extra for portability:
Existing Starlink customers can add Portability from their account page which then immediately becomes active. It costs an additional $25 each month, on top of monthly subscriptions that already start at $110 after a one-time hit of $599 to purchase...
before all these announcements I thought the 5800x should drop to $300. To me it is very close to a i5-12600k which is $300. My guess is those recent $349 sale prices for the 5800x will now be the default price. There is too much of a price gap between the 5600x and 5700x
it'll be interested how they position it, because in gaming the 5800x3D is suppose to be better than the 5900x and i9-12900k. I think we'll see some price shuffling for a few things. Currently you can find the 5600x for $229, and the 5800x for $349, these might become the standard price from...
or, if a person is lucky to be near a microcenter, it is $300
+ there is a $50 off new customer coupon
I guess I'll put this here:
This repository contains CAD files for the external shell (surface topology) of Steam Deck, under a Creative Commons license. This includes an STP model, STL model, and drawings (DWG) for reference.
We're looking forward to seeing what the community creates! Please...
A little bit of new info about the next playstaion VR headset
* display resolution of 2000 x 2040 pixel per eye
* 110-degree field of view, is capable of 90 to 120Hz frame rates and supports 4K HDR.