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Surprising as it may seem, Intel is the first company to release a stable (read: not beta) graphics driver tuned for Windows 11, beating both AMD and NVIDIA to the punch. This kind of aggressive push bodes well for Intel's efforts to infiltrate the modern discrete GPU market, and as far as gamers are concerned, specifically its Xe-HPG part. Just to be clear, the driver Intel just released is not for its upcoming lineup of discrete graphics cards, like the DG2 card for gaming. instead, the WDDM 3.0-compliant driver is for various integrated graphics solutions, dating back to ones found on its 6th Gen Core and related Pentium Silver and Celeron processors. That also includes its newest integrated... Read more...
Microsoft's Surface Pro with LTE officially launched on December 1st, but since that time has only been available for business customers -- regular consumers were left out of the loop. Today, however, Microsoft has opened up sales of the cellular-equipped tablet to all customers and not just a select few. You can now head on over to the Microsoft Store to order own "Commercial Surface Pro with LTE Advanced", as it’s officially called. Despite its name and business-oriented mission, there doesn't appear to be any restrictions in place that would prevent you or I from purchasing the tablet. The Surface Pro with LTE is currently available in two configurations. The first comes with an Intel... Read more...