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Xiaomi Mi MIX hits the market at the beginning of November

Xiaomi has built a brand new smartphone. Named Mi MIX, the phone comes with a RAM memory of either 4 or 6 GB and storage space of 128 or 256 GB. That’s plenty enough to store lots of games, photos and even videos, if you ask me.

The most remarkable phone feature by far (at least for me) is the tiny bezel, though. According to Xiaomi, the screen to body ratio is an amazing 91%!


It’s a dual-SIM phone that sports a 6.4-inch display which runs at a resolution of 1080×2040 pixels. And the quad-core Snapdragon CPU running at 2.35 GHz will ensure that this smartphone can run fine pretty much anything you throw at it.

If you are into selfies, you’ll be glad to find out that Mi MIX comes with a 5-megapixels front camera. The rear camera is a 16-megapixels one, of course.

Other notable features include a USB Type-C port, a barometer and a gyroscope. It’s not a small phone at 6.25 x 3.22 x 0.31 inches, but that’s a small price to be paid for that huge, gorgeous looking screen.


Apple to launch a new MacBook Pro with an OLED screen

Apple has recently released its new macOS 10.12.1 Sierra. But who would have thought that they’ll accidentally include a few images that showcase brand new features of the upcoming MacBook Pro?

Several leaked images show a unique, innovative feature: people will be able to pay online by simply putting a finger on the OLED panel.

Another new MacBook Pro addition is the Magic Toolbar, which is supposed to replace the function keys, adapting its layout and functions depending on what’s on the screen. I bet that this toolbar will significantly increase productivity for many people.

Well, it was time for a significant upgrade, and it looks like Apple will get it right this time. The computer will be lighter and thinner than its older brothers and comes with a SSD which can have a storage capacity of up to 2TB – more than enough for most people’s needs, if you ask me.


MakerBot Replicator+ brings 3D printing to the masses

I don’t know about you, but I was quite excited to see a 3D printer in action. Still, now that the novelty has worn off, and after printing a few models, I bet that many people regret their purchase.

But maybe there’s a future for these 3D printers, after all! I can definitely see how they could be used in the classroom, for example.

Fortunately, the people behind MakerBot continue to believe in 3D printing, and their latest product  Replicator+ shows this clearly.


The software is so easy to use it’ll amaze you! You can print models straight from your smartphone. And at $2,000, the price is just right for what this printer has to offer.

MakerBot’s printer utilizes PLA plastic, which is known to release fewer toxic vapors while being heated. And according to the manufacturer, printing speed has been boosted by 30%, which can save you hours when you’re printing a complex model.