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Wattage range: 1 - 80W
TC range: 100 - 315 Deg.C / 200 - 600 Deg.F
Max output current: 25A
1.3 inches OLED screen
Resistance range: 0.1 - 3 ohm
Supports 1pc 18650 battery ( not included )
Material: zinc alloy
Late last week, it came to light that Apple has asked its Authorized Service Providers to repair iPhone 7 series phones with disabled microphones (caused by iOS 11.3 or later updates). And now, according to another leaked document sent out by Apple to its Authorized Service Providers, the company has detailed the process the service staff should follow when dealing with iPhone X units plagued by Face ID issues. Apparently (and somewhat counterintuitively), the Face ID problem has something to do with the rear camera on the phone, as the document says the first step should be to run...
Every year at CES Razer brings out crazy new concept devices. This year we saw Project Ariana (an immersive video projection system) and now Project Linda - a laptop dock for the Razer Phone. Linda has a 13.3" screen with QHD resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and HDR support, similar to the phone's own screen. That screen will be used as sort of secondary display/touchpad. But there's also a full-screen keyboard complete with customizable Razer Chroma backlighting (because nothing says "Razer" like RGB lights). Razer's Project Linda is a laptop dock for the Razer Phone Once...
A new update has started hitting the Motorola Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid smartphones in the US. The update arrives as software version NCLS25.86-11-4-6-8, and brings along Android security fixes for the month of March. Aside from bringing the latest security patch, the update - which, needless to say, is hitting units on Verizon's network - is also said to include some performance-related enhancements as well as usual bug fixes. As is usually the case with OTA roll outs, it may take time for the update to hit your device. Meanwhile, if you feel impatient, you can manually...
Samsung has released an ad on its Samsung Exynos twitter account, promoting the company's Exynos 8895 and its Dual ISP (Image Signal Processing), indirectly confirming that a future Exynos 8895 device would be equipped with two cameras. Check out the ad below. Take great pictures. #Exynos8895 with #DualISP for #DualCamera. pic.twitter.com/hPcyueGOZs— Samsung Exynos (@SamsungExynos) March 6, 2017 The image contains a generic placeholder for a Galaxy smartphone with dual cameras. The question is, when will we actually see a Galaxy phone with two cameras? Well, there are a couple of...