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Jun 19, 2012

iFixit: MacBook Pro Retina Display Is an “Engineering Marvel”



After tearing down the newest MacBook Pro giving it the lowest repairability score ever, the techies at iFixit weren’t satisfied. They wanted to tear down the computer’s flagship component and assess the engineering behind it.

And they did. In fact, after the iFixit team was done taking it apart piece by piece, they concluded that “the Retina display is an engineering marvel.” “Its LCD is essentially the entire display assembly,” iFixit explained. “Rather than sandwich an LCD panel between a back case and a piece of glass in front, Apple used the aluminum case itself as the frame for the LCD panel and used the LCD as the front glass.” They’ve managed to pack five times as many pixels as the last model in a display that’s actually a fraction of a millimeter thinner. And since there’s no front glass, glare is much less of an issue,” said the repair shop. They noted other key findings as well, such as the fact that it’s only a fraction of a milimeter thinner than the display found on the regular MacBook Pro.

The display hinges have the cables routed through them, and the FaceTime HD camera sends signals to the computer through a Vimicro VC0358 USB camera interface chip. “Underneath the top layer we find a series of films and sheets that manipulate light before sending it to the user’s eye,” iFixit said. “A strip of 48 LEDs at the bottom of the display assembly provides all the light your Retina display needs,” the company added. Finally, two features that iFixit found “pretty neat” were discovered at the bottom edge of the case – an internal use code engraved in laser and “a nifty arrangement of round indentations.”


Retina display teardown from 2012 MacBook Pro
Image credits to iFixit

Oppo Finder, World’s Thinnest Smartphone, Now on Pre-Order




Today, mobile phone users in China can pre-order the Oppo Finder smartphone, the thinnest currently available Android handset in the world.

He phone was made available through Oppo’s website, and it will remain on pre-order until June 24th. Units will start shipping on July 1st. The Oppo Finder features a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen display, a dual-core 1.5GHz application processor, and 1GB of RAM. It also arrives on shelves with 16GB of internal memory, along with an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with LED flash and full HD video recording. It also sports a 1.3MP front camera.

The smartphone is powered by Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. Its main selling point, however, remains the 6.65mm thin body that Oppo designed it with. Oppo Finder is priced at 2,498 Yuan, which is around $393 USD, or €311.

Oppo Finder
Image credits to Oppo

NEC Releases NC900C Digital Camera Projector




LCD display and projector maker NEC Display Solutions of America has released one of the latter types of products: the Digital Cinema Series NC900C.

NEC describes the NC900C as “the perfect answer” for people in need of a projector that is both good and affordable. We can't really be sure how affordable though, not without a price, and NEC has yet to provide it. Sales will only start in December 2012, so we still have to wait for several months. It is strange how some IT companies announce products so many months before mass availability, but we shall leave the mystery of “why” alone for now. The NC900C has HDMI 1.4a support, dual HDSDI 3G interface and even Universal Serial Bus (USB), plus two Gigabit Ethernet ports.

NEC promises that lamp changes will be easy to accomplish and that the NC900C will not show black screen. Speaking of which, the maximum width is of 29 feet (around 9 meters) in DCI specifications and 39 feet (12 meters) in non-DCI mode. Thus, small theater screens and applications of comparable size will benefit the most from the item's services. Content can reach the projector through any of the aforementioned interfaces and is processed by the Texas Instruments S2K chipset.

"The NC900C is the perfect answer for those exhibitors that require a budget-friendly and size-appropriate digital cinema projector," said Jim Reisteter, general manager for digital cinema projectors at NEC Display Solutions. "By implementing Texas Instrument's S2K chipset, we can facilitate the transition to high-end digital cinema by creating a solution for smaller screens that have not yet been able to transition to digital technology." NEC says that the NC900C is the first dual-lamp digital cinema projector on the market, even though, as we said above, mass availability is set for December and a different provider may steal that honor by then.

NEC NC3240S. NC900C will look something along these
Image credits to NEC

ZTE’s Grand X LTE (T82) Single-Chip Smartphone Now Official




On Monday, Chinese mobile phone maker ZTE made official a new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-based smartphone, the Grand X LTE (T82).

This is the first single-chip LTE smartphone from the company, destined to become available for purchase in various markets in Asia Pacific and Europe during the third quarter of the year. The new Grand X LTE (T82) smartphone arrives on shelves with the latest MSM8960 chip from Qualcomm, which was designed on advanced 0.28nm technology. According to the handset vendor, their new single-chip model is expected to prove faster and more energy efficient than most mobile phones available on shelves today. The Grand X LTE (T82) packs WiFi connectivity, along with a 1.5 GHz dual-core application processor inside, and it is powered by a 1900mAh large-capacity battery. On the back, the new device sports an 8-megapixel photo snapper with support for 1080p HD video recording and playback, complemented by a front camera with support for 720p HD video calls. The handset also features a buttonless design.

"We are the first company to use the single-chip solution in a handset," said Mr. He Shiyou, executive vice president, and head of the terminal handset division, ZTE. "The Grand series products are our high-end flagship offerings this year. ZTE aims to enhance its profile in the high-end market with the Grand series of smart terminals." ZTE brought the new smartphone to CommunicAsia 2012, where it showcased a series of other devices as well, including its V96A LTE tablet, the first TD-LTE/EDGE multi-band UFi product in the world - the MF91 -, and the MF821 LTE wireless network card.

"The telecommunications sector is changing rapidly," said Mr. He. "LTE is growing very fast in Asia and ZTE emphasizes technological development in this area. We believe 4G communications provides a tremendous opportunity for the telecommunications industry in Asia."

ZTE Grand X LTE T82
Image credits to ZTE

Super Talent Announces USB 3.0 Express ST2 Flash Drives




Super Talent has formally launched the USB 3.0 Express ST2 series of flash drives, composed of ten different members and based on a 2-channel architecture.

Super Talent's press release doesn't precisely specify what the capacity options are. It does offer sufficient hints for us to guess though. For one, the series is supposed to be made of “an industry leading 10 different USB 3.0 flash drives.” Secondly, the USB sticks are said to be available in two colors: blue and red. Thirdly, the ST2 series has a maximum capacity of 32 GB. As such, it is only logical to draw the conclusion that the USB 3.0 Express ST2 series is made of 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB drives in red and blue iterations. The smaller three will be useful in quick transfer of common documents, music and small video files, while the last two will be good for copying and storing larger files, like HD/1080p movies.

That said, the 2-channel architecture allows the flash drives to be smaller than their capacities would otherwise necessitate. As for the performance, it can reach 67 MB/s when reading. The write speed hasn't been specified, but it should be considerable too. “The dual-channel flash chip architecture enables us to produce small profile lightweight designs that provide up to 32GB worth of storage, while delivering incredible new price points, and value for our customers,” said Abraham Ma, CEO, SuperTalent Technology. Super Talent's USB Express ST2 series have retractable, capless USB connectors and can be twisted 180° to the left or right. Not only that, but a full 360° turn can be done as well, revealing (or concealing, for protection) said USB 3.0 plug.

Unfortunately, there was no mention of pricing or availability in the official announcement, though we think the newcomers will appear in stores shortly, if they haven't already.

Super Talent USB 3.0 Extress ST2
Image credits to Super Talent

SanDisk Releases Its Fastest USB Flash Drive




SanDisk has just finished releasing several flash drive units, one of which is capable of the highest transfer speed ever.

And by highest, we mean highest among SanDisk's devices, though you would be hard-pressed to find a quicker device of this sort anywhere else. Long story short, the transfer speed, over USB 3.0, can touch 190 MB/s, allowing 3 GB files to be copied in 20 seconds and 40 GB files to be moved in four minutes. The SanDisk Extreme USB flash drive is already selling, in capacities of 16 GB to 64 GB. The prices are of $64.99 / 51.50 Euro to $159.99 / 126 Euro.

“Whether consumers are seeking super-fast transfer speeds, maximum storage capacity or a stylish fashion statement, we offer a drive to meet their needs,” said Bob O’Keefe, vice president, retail marketing, SanDisk. “SanDisk pioneered the USB drive and now offers one of the broadest lineups in the industry, with a wide range of form factors and reliability that consumers can count on to store their important files.”

SanDisk USB 3.0 Flash Drive
Image credits to SanDisk

D-Link's SharePort DIR-505 All-In-One Mobile Companion




Having an all-purpose connectivity device can help quite a bit when traveling, especially if you own a whole bunch of mobile devices like external HDDs/SSDs, phones, tablets and laptops.

D-link decided to build such a device, called DIR-505 SharePort All-In-One Mobile Companion. It plugs into a wall power socket and immediately assumes the role of multi-mode wireless router/AP, Wi-Fi hotspot and repeater. Not only that, but it even has an integrated Ethernet port and an USB connector.

Buyers can download the D-link SharePort app for free and use it to share digital content (music, videos, photos, etc.) between an external HDD/SSD/ flash drive and iOS / Android devices (slates/phones). Sales should already be possible through online retailers. The price is $69.99, or 55.46 Euro, if exchange rates are anything to go by.


Quad-GPU GK104 Graphics Card Inbound




Once in a while, we run into claims and reports that are truly mind-boggling, outrageous even, and this one we are about to cover definitely fits the definitions of both terms.

In case the title wasn't direct enough, we'll be blunt again: it is rumored that a maker of graphics cards will launch a video card equipped with four Kepler graphics processing units. And yes, those GPUs will be GK104, the best available 28nm NVIDIA chips and the same ones used on the GTX 680 and the dual-GPU GTX 690. The report went as far as to say that a prototype had been demonstrated, in secret, during Computex 2012 in Taipei, Taiwan. A four-GPU graphics card is essentially the idea of a graphics card marketing stunt taken to the logical extreme. Quad-SLI is the most advanced form of multi-GPU support that NVIDIA allows on its chips. There is also the matter of power consumption.

The report that exposed the purported existence of the multi-headed beast said the wattage would be somewhere between 600 and 800 watts. That is a lot by any stretch of the imagination. There are so-called high-end desktops whose PSUs use fewer watts to power all components, and yet this single piece of hardware will demand more all on its own. It is certain that the clock speeds will have to be limited, in order to ensure a manageable power draw. Even so, we fully expect three or four PCI Express power connectors to be required here. Historically, this would not be the first quad-GPU graphics card. The 3Dfx Voodooo 5 6000, back in 2000, has four graphics processors, or would have had if it had been released. Only 150 were produced, of which only thirty actually worked. PC Enthusiasts will have to pay $2000 / 1600 Euro or more if the quad-GK104 adapter ever becomes reality.


Next D800 Camera Firmware on Its Way, Report Says




D800 will receive its next incremental software update in the upcoming week to fix a few issues related to wireless flash trigger and green cast matter, according to Nikon Rumors.

The first issue has been spotted by users and is related to CLS (Creative Lighting System), which wirelessly provides the link between your camera and flash units. Nikon has provided a workaround for thisNikon recommends the following steps as a workaround while a solution is being developed:

  • Set internal flash to “TTL” mode or,
  • Fire the external flashes in groups A and B in mode “TTL” or “AA.”

The second issue concerns the color of D4/D800s LCD screen compared to D700/D3s, which makes images look slightly greener. This will also be fixed with the upcoming firmware after a color profile reset is applied. Besides all this, Nikon Rumors notes that, somehow, an existing focusing bug will be fixed. Nikon is yet to officially acknowledge the bug, says the same source. While waiting for a new release from Nikon, we encourage users to download and install the current firmware for D800 cameras, for Windows and Mac OS platforms.

Download Nikon D800 B 1.0.1 Windows Firmware Update
Download Nikon D800 B 1.0.1 Mac Firmware Update
Download Nikon D800E B 1.0.1 Windows Firmware Update
Download Nikon D800E B 1.0.1 Mac Firmware Update


Synology Reveals DiskStation DS112+ SMB NAS




Yet another Synology NAS device has appeared, bearing the name of DiskStation DS112+ and powered by a 2GHz processor.

It runs DiskStation manager 4.0 (DSM 4.0), the operating system installed on every Synology NAS Server. That said, the aforementioned 2 GHz CPU is backed by 512 MB of memory. The performance, thus, reaches 107 MB/s when reading and 76 MB/s when writing. Furthermore, in addition to LAN ports, Synology gave the new DiskStation a pair of USB 3.0 connectors. 

“With DiskStation DS112+, Synology has introduced an invaluable selection for SMB users where high performance meets eco-friendly design,” said Peter Chen, product manager of Synology Inc. “This is the best option for providing users with fast and reliable solutions to share, sync and backup data with minimal time spent on setup process and management.” DiskStation DS112+ has a single drive bay and a power consumption of 14.6 Watts (6.34 watts in hibernation). Sales will begin on June 19 (today as it were), for £186 / 230 Euro / $291.


Microsoft Surface, Built Specifically for Windows 8




On Monday, Microsoft made official its first own-branded Windows 8-based PC, Surface, a tablet packing the latest advancements in the industry and designed specifically to fit the next-generation platform from the company.

In fact, two tablets were unveiled on Monday, one powered by Windows RT, featuring an ARM processor inside, and another sporting Windows 8 Pro, which is based on a third-generation Intel Core processor. With Windows 8, Microsoft managed to reinvent Windows, through bringing a set of optimizations for use on touch devices, and through packing the platform with all the features that users need today to stay connected at all times, while enjoying great performance on their PCs. While on stage at the unveiling event for the new product, Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer said “the intersection between human and machine can be made better when all aspects of the experience, hardware and software are considered and working together.”

According to Ballmer, the focus today is on ensuring that users receive a great experience by having hardware and software work together better than ever before. The company is actively working with its hardware partners on ensuring that. Thus, Surface was built as the ultimate companion for Windows 8, being set to become a whole new class of computing devices from Microsoft. It was designed in line with the same vision on which Windows 8 was based, aimed at enabling productivity, creativity, and entertainment. At only 9.3mm, the tablet is thick enough to enable the addition of a USB 2.0 port. It sports a magnesium case, and it was created using a unique approach called VaporMg (pronounced Vapor-Mag).

Surface comes with edges angled at 22 degrees, which according to Microsoft, reflect a natural position for the PC at rest or in active use. It comes with great streaming capabilities for those users who are looking for an entertainment device, with 2x2 MIMO antennae to provide great wireless reception at all times.

Surface offers the performance levels of today's PCs
Although as thin, the tablet does comes with great computing capabilities, including support for all the productivity suites that users are already accustomed with. Basically, Surface was aimed at becoming the thinnest full PC in the world. On the back, it sports an integrated kickstand, so that users can transition Surface from active use to passive consumption, such as watching a movie or using the front- or rear-facing video cameras. For increased usability and protection, Surface also comes with a 3 mm Touch Cover. It packs a unique pressure-sensitive technology, so that it can sense keystrokes as gestures, for faster typing than on a touchscreen.

“Touch Cover clicks into Surface via a built-in magnetic connector, forming a natural spine like you find on a book, and works as a protective cover. You can also click in a 5 mm-thin Type Cover that adds moving keys for a more traditional typing feel,” Microsoft notes. For increased input options, Surface for Windows 8 Pro, which was designed to reduce battery usage while offering the same performance as any ultrabook today, also offers support for digital inking, so that users could take notes on it at ease. Both Surface for Windows RT and Windows 8 Pro will be accompanied by a range of Touch or Type Covers, featuring various color options, to offer increased customization possibilities to users. Featuring 10.6” ClearType HD Display and Full HD Display, respectively, Surface for Windows RT and Windows 8 Pro are meant to take not only on high-end tablet PCs, but also on ultra-light notebook PCs available on shelves today.

In fact, Microsoft also said that all these features and capabilities would be released at prices that match those of high-end tablets for the Windows RT version, or the costs of ultrabooks for the Windows 8 Pro version. The Redmond-based software giant also confirmed that, while Surface for Windows RT would be released at the same time as Windows 8, Surface for Windows 8 Pro would arrive three months later. Overall, Microsoft worked on ensuring that they managed to deliver the best Windows 8 PC ever. As Microsoft’s Panos Panay said on stage, Surface was designed so that the hardware would fade to the background and that the software would come to the surface.

You can learn more on what Microsoft had to say on the tablets via the Microsoft Surface presentation event video on Microsoft’s website.





Google’s Nexus 7 to Be WiFi Only, Hits Shelves in July




During Google I/O, the developer event held in San Francisco between June 27-29, Google and ASUS are expected to unveil the first tablet PC in the popular Nexus line of devices.

The slate is said to sport a 7-inch touchscreen display, while featuring a price tag of under $200 initially. Moreover, recent reports suggest that it would arrive on shelves only with WiFi connectivity capabilities packed inside, and without a back camera.

A recent article on DigiTimes claims that Google will pack it only with a front camera for making video calls. Reportedly manufactured by Quanta Computer, the device is said to have already started shipping, and to be on track to hit shelves in July. A number of over three million units is expected to be delivered before the end of the year.


TP-Link Launches JetStream Gigabit L2 Managed PoE Switch




Power over Ethernet devices are a real boon when setting up security or any other sort of networks that need connected devices in places that are hard to reach, so TP-Link has decided to provide one.

The PoE standard describes a network cable that, in addition to maintaining the web connection between the host device and a client, also delivers energy to that client. As such, connected security cameras, or other such things, don't need to be plugged into a power socket. However, in order for such setups to be possible, both the host and the client must support the function. TP-Link has released one of the former: the JetStream Gigabit L2 Managed PoE Switch (product name TL-SG3424P). It has twenty-four 1000Mbps ports, four combo SFP slots and a PoE power supply of up to 320 W, enough for wireless access points and IP-based network surveillance cameras.

“Our new JetStream Gigabit L2 Managed PoE Switch series is ideal for small-to-mid-sized businesses interested in a reliable, high-performance solution that is also easy-to-manage,” said Howard He, product engineer of TP-LINK USA. “Add a practical design, and you have an affordable, networking infrastructure in no time.” With TP-Link's new invention, network administrators should have an easy time managing entire network platforms form a single interface. Adding new data, video, voice and wireless applications should be simple as well. Thus, as the business evolves, the PoE setup can seamlessly grow along with it. Other relevant specs include 802.1Q tag VLAN, Port Mirroring, STP/RSTP/MSTP, Link Aggregation Control, IP-MAC-Port-VID Binding and Access Control List (ACL) functions (prevent broadcast storm, ARP and Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks).

Sales should start this month (June, 2012), if they haven't already, for the price of $499.99, or 396 Euro, according to exchange rates. In the meantime, all relevant information is neatly written on the official product page, accessible via this link.


Celestica Halts Hardware Manufacturing for RIM




Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion has lost one of its original device manufacturers, Celestica Inc.

The ODM company announced that it would reduce the manufacturing of hardware for RIM in the next three to six months. The impact on its revenue is expected to be of less than $35 million. Celestica has been one of the main suppliers for the struggling handset vendor, and it will work closely with it during the transition period.

RIM has been losing market share lately. It missed targets for the fourth quarter of its fiscal year 2012, as announced in late March, and it presented low expectations for the first two quarters of fiscal year 2013. Before the end of this year, the company will bring to shelves handsets powered by its next-generation BlackBerry 10 platform, which should help it regain its foothold.


AMD Will Move to 28nm Bulk Manufacturing in 2013




Advanced Micro Devices already uses TSMC's 28nm High-Performance manufacturing process for highly-complex chip designs, but its lesser chips have yet to progress to that node, something that will be corrected by next year.

Since we have mentioned Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, we are, naturally, talking about AMD's Graphics Processing Units, not its CPUs. As far as we know, AMD's central processing units will get to the 22nm or 20nm node by 2014. Intel will have 14nm chips by that time, but we've already seen that a smaller node doesn't necessarily mean better chips, not if the processors are built properly. Keep in mind that AMD said, months ago, that it would no longer bother trying to push its manufacturing process forward at the same rate as Intel. Instead, it will focus R&D resources on optimizing design and security (even if it has to partner with ARM to do it). Still, as we said, we won't be talking about CPUs here. Instead, we will be relaying the information contained in this rumor.

Long story short, the Sunnyvale, California-based company will adopt the 28 nanometer bulk CMOS silicon fabrication process next year. 28nm bulk CMOS is used for less complex products that need to be manufactured in high volumes. For example, the Sea Islands GPUs will not be using it (they are made on the aforementioned high-performance process instead), but motherboard chipsets and low-end accelerated processing units will. In related news, the same report states that the Sea Islands themselves are already in tape-out stage, meaning that AMD probably has prototypes floating around. We aren't surprised, not with other sources exposing upcoming products, including the Radeon HD 8000 series (Venus, Mars and Oland). 

That's it for AMD process news for now. We're sure some more leaks and reports will pop up as time passes, but this week will probably be all about the new Top500 supercomputer list and AMD's contribution to it.


Nokia 808 PureView Goes Official in the United States




Just as expected, Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia announced on Monday the upcoming availability of its Nokia 808 PureView smartphone on the United States market.

The handset, made official at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, was long rumored to be on its way stateside, and things were finally made official. It will be launched in the country via Amazon, featuring a price tag of $699 (€555) and offering support for AT&T’s 3G network. The handset will also offer support for T-Mobile’s 2G bands. The Symbian-based mobile phone will become available for pre-order on Amazon later this week, but users can already sign up on Nokia’s website to receive info on when it will become available for purchase.

The Nokia 808 PureView comes to the market with a 1.3GHz application processor inside, and with a 4.0-inch touchscreen display. It also features 512MB of RAM, 1GB ROM and 16GB of internal memory, complemented by a microSD memory card slot with support for up to 32GB of additional storage space.

The main selling point of this smartphone, however, is its 41-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with highest performance Carl Zeiss optics and featuring Nokia’s PureView technology that enables high-quality imaging and video recording capabilities. “PureView technology means that taking typically sized shots, the camera can use oversampling to combine up to seven pixels into one ‘pure’ pixel, eliminating the visual noise found on other mobile phone cameras,” a post on Nokia Conversations explains.

The smartphone offers full HD 1080p video recording and playback with 4X lossless zoom, while also featuring Nokia Rich Recording, so that users can enjoy CD-like levels of quality when recording audio. “This revolutionary technology has been the culmination of years of hard work by our imaging team, and the Nokia 808 PureView has been met with overwhelming interest from consumers all over the world,” the aforementioned blog post reads. Moreover, Nokia confirmed that the PureView technology – or at least some elements of it – would also make its way to upcoming Windows Phones from the company.



Microsoft Unveils Two Windows 8 Surface Tablets




On Monday, at a media event in Los Angeles, Microsoft announced the upcoming availability of two own-branded tablet PCs powered by the next-gen Windows 8 operating system.

Dubbed Surface, the two devices will arrive on shelves with Windows 8 Pro and Windows RT on board, respectively. With these two tablet PCs, the software company once again breaks tradition. They were conceived, designed and engineered entirely by Microsoft employees, and they are based on the 30 years of hardware manufacturing expertise that the Redmond-based company enjoys. At the aforementioned event, Microsoft also showcased a series of accessories that, the same as the two tablets, pack advances in industrial design and feature attention to detail. “Surface is designed to seamlessly transition between consumption and creation, without compromise. It delivers the power of amazing software with Windows and the feel of premium hardware in one exciting experience,” the software giant said.

Surface for Windows RT, which is expected to hit shelves when the new Windows platform itself will become commercially available, features an ARM processor inside, a 10.6” ClearType HD Display, and it is only 9.3 mm thin, while weighing 676 grams. The tablet will arrive in 32GB and 64GB versions, while featuring microSD, USB 2.0, Micro HD Video, 2x2 MIMO antennae, along with Office ‘15’ Apps, Touch Cover, Type Cover. It will also sport VaporMg Case & Stand. Surface for Windows 8 Pro, on the other hand, is expected to arrive on the market about 90 days later with a third-generation Intel Core processor inside, also with a 10.6” ClearType Full HD Display, while being 13.5 mm thin and weighing 903 g.

This device will be released in 64GB and 128GB flavors, packing microSDXC, USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort Video, 2x2 MIMO antennae, along with Touch Cover, Type Cover, Pen with Palm Block, and the aforementioned VaporMg Case & Stand. “Suggested retail pricing will be announced closer to availability and is expected to be competitive with a comparable ARM tablet or Intel Ultrabook-class PC. OEMs will have cost and feature parity on Windows 8 and Windows RT,” Microsoft announced. Offering a premium way to experience all that Windows has to offer, both Surface tablets will be sold through Microsoft Store locations in the U.S. and will be available through select online Microsoft Stores.


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