HP SPECTER X360 Review

Concentration enhances the competitiveness of its premium premium PCs on the market, Hewlett-Packard is said to have recently updated the Spectre x360 13 model beside the 13th Spectre model. Thanks to a significant redesign, this latest 2-in-1 HP Spectre x360 13 convertible represents more refinement of previous designs.

From the whole chassis side, the dimension remains close to the same as the previous model. Bezels display thickness 13.6 mm or thinner than the thickness of the previous model that reached 13.8 mm, while the weight is now only 1.26 kg (lighter than 1.29 kg on the weight of the previous model). The design aesthetics have also changed slightly, with sharper profiles, but the same color scheme is Natural Silver or Dark Ash Silver with Copper Luxe accents.

In terms of performance, the latest Specter x360 is undoubtedly considering it has been relying on the power of Intel Core i5 / i7 processor eighth generation, which collaborated with 16GB of RAM and SSE PCIe 1TB options are still the same. HP incorporates the same IR sensor technology and enhanced cooling system as used in the latest Spectre 13 model to keep the heat temperature under control and also minimize fan noise. In addition to having battery life up to 16.75 hours for Full HD display, this latest 2-in-1 convertible is reportedly also supported by fast charging technology that can charge super fast battery from zero (50%) only in time 30 minutes only.

In terms of performance, the latest Specter x360 is undoubtedly considering it has been relying on the power of Intel Core i5 / i7 processor eighth generation, which collaborated with 16GB of RAM and SSE PCIe 1TB options are still the same. HP incorporates the same IR sensor technology and enhanced cooling system as used in the latest Spectre 13 model to keep the heat temperature under control and also minimize fan noise. In addition to having battery life up to 16.75 hours for Full HD display, this latest 2-in-1 convertible is reportedly also supported by fast charging technology that can charge super fast battery from zero (50%) only in time 30 minutes only.

 

The display options remain the same, with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080, 166 PPI) and 4K UHD (3840 x 2160, 332 PPI) for 13.3-inch panels. There is also a full HD option of the latest SureView privacy screen adapted from the previous EliteBook x360 G2 business class laptop model. Not only on the side of the main components that get attention, HP also seems to focus on enhancing the capabilities of supporting features including active pen aimed at Specter x360 13. Offer the same slant support as what Microsoft Surface Pro has, the active pen can be used for write and pointers, can now also be used as an eraser at the end.

Even with the support of gyro-mouse functionality, pens can be used as laser pointers that are very useful for presentation purposes. Meanwhile, in order to provide durability and comfort of the user’s operation, the active pen is now also rechargeable, by removing the cover to display the Type-C USB charging connector.

Not to be missed with the greatness of its security access, the HP Specter x360 13 is now still powered by the same Windows Hello-based infrared camera as found on previous models plus the latest fingerprint scanner support on the right side of the device that offers another way to securely sign in to the system. The overall connectivity can now be handled by the presence of two Type-C USB ports with Thunderbolt 3, USB 3.1 Type A port, and 3.5 mm audio jack. While the presence of SD card readers who had disappeared from the previous model, making the solution telling that saving is now more complete.

 

As with the latest HP Specter 13, the new 2 x 1-inch x360 2-in-1 HP Spectre convertible will also be available on October 29th to come. For configuration options Intel Core i5 processor support, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD and Full HD display panel, offered for $ 1,149.99, while for configuration options Core i7 processor support, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, and 4K UHD display panel is offered with price up to $ 1,599.99.…

5 iPhone Security Tips to Prevent Security Issues

You take care of your computer’s security problems sincerely. But do you care about your smartphone in the same manner? Maybe not. You care not too much. You should take care of your device in the same way because you might lose some of your valuable data without even noticing.  That’s why you should make your iPhone safe from any threat. How are you going to keep your device safe? Today I am going to explain you the top 5 iPhone security tips to prevent your iPhone security problems. Without any further ado let’s begin. Are you ready?

Apple included various methods To give the users iphone security tips so that no one can snatch any information from your device. But most of these traits not automatically enabled, hence sometimes you have to turn off a feature to make sure your data is protected. We have already prepared a guide for Top 10 Best Mac Apps 2017 Guide . Today we’ve compiled a list of security practices to guard your iPhone against any data leak.

1. Add Password Protection

One of the simplest but impressive features of iPhone is the password protection. So if you mistakenly left your Smartphone at home or somewhere else, then it will make sure your device doesn’t get accessed by anyone. Adding a four digit pin code gives your device a good security, but you can add a long password with number and symbols to make the protection even tighter.

To append a password, go to “Settings” then find “Passcode”. Hence, you can also enable a setting called “erase data”. It will wipe your device’s complete data when someone tries to access your phone multiple times. So before allowing this trait remembers one thing, in future if someone tries to access your iPhone several times then you will lose all your data.

2. Don’t Jailbreak Your iPhone

After using the device for a while, many people choose to jailbreak their iPhone in order to expand more features. However, jail breaking your device isn’t a wise decision from a security point of view. We have even prepared a Best Cydia Tweaks Guide in case you need it . If some of you are thinking to perform this iphone security tips then remember after jailbreaking you will get root access, but it will open the bridge for every malicious attack and breaks all the guard created by Apple. Then any apps can access your phone and can even control the system without your permission which is a major problem.

You should know that there are some threats designed solely to harm jailbroken iPhones. Possibly your device could be targeted by them. Besides, when you download a malicious app, you will see no warning or protection messages from Apple. As a result, it will damage every file that you have on your device.

3. Set up Find My iPhone

Apple has its phone tracking app knows as “Find My iPhone” which works amazingly. Make sure you configured this app because if somehow you lost your iPhone then with the help of this iphone security tips app you will able to track down your phone with doing any complicated things. So, if your iPhone sprinting on iOS 5 or above, in that case, you can easily download and install this “Find My iPhone” app from App store.

In the login screen, you have to provide your Apple ID to access the app. And ensure you enabled the app always, so in future if your device gets stolen or you mistakenly left it in an unfamiliar place then within few touches you will up to recover it. And one more thing, Find My iPhone utilises GPS to chase the location, so you have to give the necessary access for the tracking process.

4. Turn off Auto-fill option

People admit that the auto fill feature is perfect for them as they don’t have to write login details every time they visit favourite websites.For this iphone security tips All you need to do is just tap two times to way into your preferred site. But you should know that it amplifies a massive danger because anyone can use your device to look up your personal information in your absence.

So, I recommend you to manually enter the login details each time you visit your favourite websites. I know for some people it will be time-consuming, but if you don’t want to face any security problems ever, then you should spend one or two minutes to guard your account against any attack.

5. Turn off iCloud Auto Sync

This will be a hard choice for some peoples. Though, it will be helpful if you turn off iCloud auto sync so that no private data gets synced. People believe that if they delete any from their phone, then it will remove from the iCloud but it utterly wrong. Once the file synced to the iCloud, it stays then forever. As a result, it will raise the risk of getting it taken.

So, the best option is to sync the data manually so that you can be aware of the data that you’re syncing with iCloud. To disable the auto-sync, first, go to “setting” after that search for “iCloud” then turn it off. You can easily turn this trait on again any time you want.

This was all from iphone security tips , hope you may have liked the post . However there are other measures, you can take such as installing antivirus. Here we have listed some Best Antivirus For Mac . Almost same goes for IOS also . Keep following , Keep Sharing .

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Let’s Review: HuniePop

HuniePop is a Dating Sim/Puzzle Game that has gained some attention over using anime-style characters without the anime-style personalities. I have a very limited idea of what I’m getting into, so let’s start.

As first impressions go. The game begins at a bar with me in the shoes of the most beta man on the planet when a woman begins talking to me for seemingly no reason. She then goes off talking about how I’ll see her again later. I presumably finish getting drunk and go home, where she wakes me up in the middle of the night wearing naught but a revealing top and panties. I’ll be completely honest with you here, even the real-life Haze would be wondering what the fuck is going on at this point. So she tells you that you’re basically a loser and that she is going to turn me into a man that can get any lady I want, so basically I’m playing a stay-at-home awkward virgin. Finally, a character I can really relate to! Fortunately for me, my love fairy companion is going to assist me in slapping the booty at high speeds. One of the ways in which she will do this is by giving me the HunieBee which will show me where all of the cute women are. It also lets me use Munie, a magical fairy currency  to buy food and gifts. If I could MAKE money from dating I’d probably do that for a living. You also get Hunie which is used to level up your stats, making your puzzle solves more potent. Did I mention I have a really nice bedroom?

HuniePop’s bizarre genre combination  actually works out for it.  Most dating sims are laid out as a visual novel, to the point where most people think the two genres are set in stone. The problem with visual novels is that they’re basically 100% story-driven; once you go through all the possible outcomes  there is virtually no replay value. While it’s still too early to talk about just how replayable HuniePop is, it appears that it will have far more than your typical dating sim. More importantly however, the puzzle sections  of the game give you some welcome contrast to the rest of the title. They start off pretty easy, where you can clear them without much trouble in half the moves you’re given, but they do get harder.

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Start as female huh? I’ll have to try it later. For… research.

It gets a little ridiculous after you’ve gotten your relationship level high enough. Your relationship level is both your progress meter and your difficulty; it increases with each new date you successfully complete (capping at 5 for each girl). Higher difficulties mean you have to get higher points to successfully complete a puzzle. Honestly when you’ve reached level 5 with all the girls it’s quite a struggle to finish even on normal. However it’s all worth it because after date 3 you receive a naughty picture and after date 4 you get to play a riveting game of “hide the salami”.

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She was just as transparent when the salami was hidden in her butt.

I’ve talked about how to get “into” the characters, without really getting “into” their personalities. Most dating sims have girls that fall into already pre-defined characteristics for that genre (rich posh girl, shy shrinking violet, athletic sports girl…etc).  Unlike traditional dating sims, HuniePop’s characters aren’t so easy to define as “X trope”, since all of them have somewhat flawed personalities that are more relatable to real-life girls you personally might know yourself. That’s where you come in. That one hot girl that was always a bitch to people? You can fuck her. That one sexy teacher? You can fuck her. That one hot cheerleader you knew? You can fuck her. AND her mother! At the same time! Kind of. Like… not a threesome, but you can fuck one behind the others back. Apparently you can get cheated on in this game; it’s never happened to me. But even if it does I can’t be too mad as I’m sleeping with everyone. The game also has some secret characters, but good luck finding them. I mean that; you’ll need it.

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The art of the characters is above average, much more than I expected from an independently published title.

Not only are the character profile well drawn, but the lewd scenes showcasing the aftermath of an exciting night of running the dude-piston in her meat-purse made my own whoopie-stick happy. The characters themselves aren’t animated, aside from their eyebrows and mouths, yet I think this is enough to convey the personalities of the girls along side their dialogue. The dialogue is witty and incredibly believable; the majority of what the characters say could be lifted directly from a conversation you’d overhear in your general day to day. While the character interactions with your character are like this, when some of the characters interact with one another they’re rather bizarre and unintentionally funny. While most of the dating sims I’ve played in the past have never had voice acting, this game is fully voiced to the point where you’ll never need to read a single thing the girls say. The voice acting makes the characters believable, matching up with the personalities outlined through their backstories. It’s certainly a good inclusion, and the game wouldn’t be as good without it, especially because the sex noises the characters make while playing and completing puzzles are amazing.…

DLC: What is it? What does it mean to me?

Most of us have at least heard the term DLC. It’s an acronym that stands for “downloadable content” and refers to additional content to a game that is downloaded from the internet.

DLC comes in a few types; we have:

  • Day-one DLC: DLC released with the game
  • Free DLC: DLC that is released with no charge
  • On-Disc DLC: Content already on the game but you need to purchase a key to unlock it
  • Bugfixing: DLC intended to fix bugs in the game
  • Exclusive Content: Content that can only be unlocked by buying a game at specific stores like Gamestop.
  • Microtransactions: Content added to the game to give the player an advantage, be it cosmetic or otherwise, if they’re willing to pay the price

On-Disc and Day-One DLCs

On-disc DLC and day-one DLC are comprised of content that would have normally come as part of the game, but where along the way it was pulled from the game and sold alongside it. This is the big ugly of DLC, and it is largely assumed that publishers will ask developers to take content out of their games specifically so that they can squeeze more money out of the public. In fact, they might even leave out content entirely for various reasons; maybe they don’t like it and know they can rework it later and add it in as DLC for extra money.

Free DLCs

Free DLC is exactly what it sounds like, DLC that is given to the consumer for free should they want it. While it’s usually small, it’s always good to see a developer put in extra work for no extra benefit to them just to give their consumers more content to play with.

Bugfixing DLCs

Bugfixing in DLCs are both positive and negative. Once upon a time, if you shipped a product, that’s what was sent out. Now that everyone is connected to the internet, even consoles, if you ship something out you can change the product at a moments notice. This means that any horrible bugs that you’d normally just have to live with can be fixed with a patch. The downside to this? It makes developers less likely to check for bugs before sending a product out because they know they can just change it later.

Exclusive Content DLCs

Exclusive content was created as a way for stores to bribe publishers to lock out part of their game to anyone who doesn’t buy the game at the store in question. The only people this ever benefits are the store and the publisher. It’s completely anti-consumer but unless you want to boycott every single store that does this there’s no way to convince publishers to stop doing it. Assassins Creed 4 was a recent example of this, having missions that could only be unlocked by buying the game at specific retailers.

Microtransactions

The most offensive DLC of them all are microtransactions.

Let’s say you’re playing an adventure game and the main character has a sword that does 2 damage.  That’s nice and all but for some people that 2 damage isn’t enough for you, you mighty warrior. What do you do then? You send 50 cents over to whoever made the game and now you have a new sword that does 4 damage.  You can kill things twice as fast and not have as much of a problem!

The problem with microtransactions is that less-successful players can still succeed if they’re willing to pay extra money. This has led to something called “freemium” games that are designed to allow you to only get so much of an in-game material a day but you can buy as much as you want with real money. These games are generally designed to be addicting so that you want to keep playing, but you need to buy those materials if you want to continue. The end result is that they can suck up more money than a $60 AAA game.

Of course, these aren’t the only games with microtransactions in them, even AAA games have them, like Oblivion’s infamous “horse armor”.  Now, that “horse armor” pack wouldn’t even be looked at twice since microtransactions have become that prevalent in modern gaming.

The grand-pooh-ba of DLC's - SIMS

The grand-pooh-ba of DLC’s – SIMS

Expansion Pack DLCs

Not all DLC’s are bad, many DLC’s are used to add additional missions, levels, maps, characters, or so on into a game. Sometimes it’s small like the extra missions for Assassins Creed 4, sometimes it’s large like the Luigi U DLC for New Super Mario Bros U.

When a game ends up with a large DLC, sometimes it is labeled as an expansion pack.  Back in the day, Diablo 2 released an expansion pack called Diablo 2: Lords of Destruction. This unlocked a whole new act, 2 characters, and a new tier of equipment.  In fact, if Diablo 2 was released in the modern day, Lords of Destruction would have been DLC.

It is worth noting that some DLC’s on their own can be big enough to be a new game and might end up saving you money.  For instance, kids back in the early 90s would have liked each new Street Fighter 2 to be DLC instead of a brand-new game.

So I hope those reading have a better idea of how DLC can be both bad and good for the consumer.  Remember, you’re the consumer and what you have to say matters, even if other people tell you it doesn’t.