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PCWorld's May Digital Magazine: Intel's 6-core Core i9 comes to laptops

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In the May issue

In the May issue we have the lowdown on Intel’s new 6-core Core i9 CPUs, which could push gaming laptops past 5GHz speeds. We also review the Ryzen 7 2700X CPU: AMD nails the sequel.

Other highlights include:

  • News: Dell's updated XPS 15 could crush the MacBook Pro 15, plus news on the future of Cortana at Microsoft
  • Hades Canyon NUC review: Intel taps AMD's Radeon Vega graphics for a powerful mini-PC
  • Asus ZenBook 13 UX331UN review: An ultraportable laptop with a knack for gaming
  • 9.7-inch iPad (2018) review: Apple’s tablet is ‘pro’ enough for many of us
  • Here's How: How to check for leaks in your VPN

Video highlights

Watch: Multi-colored PC lighting has crept into almost every category out there—even sound cards and power supplies. What's less clear is just how easy it is to build a system entirely of RGB parts and then simultaneously control all of the lighting. So to put it to the test, we're building a PC that houses as many RGB components as possible. Watch our video.

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