According to a recent comparison, Nokia 8.3 5G may be Nokia’s best camera phone since the Lumia 1020. To start with I feel the sensor is a little fast and I am holding the camera with one hand (because it is removable). I do miss the EVF too. I am not a huge fan of heated buttons that makes other phones too hot for having a warm finger. Getting used to my ever-so-wet fingers.

The number of buttons, Lumia's annoying clamshell design and black barry screen have all been updated. The screen is now more durable and impact-resistant. The camera is just as good as it was a year ago (if not better). I will remember this phone long enough and will just get another model.

I gave this the Nokia 8.3 5G boot case to get a better grip. I will have this case on to go with my Lumia 1020* and Lumia 1520*. Yes I am crazy to do so.

I think you will like this hard Lumia phone!

Dion Boucdefus

Tech blogger at AVasino

* Nokia Lumia 1020 – an exceptional device

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Valve has updated their "Steam Box" initiative to put Windows computers On the Big Announcement: "Steam Machines" With Valve's "Steam Box" initiative, they're giving away Xbox One and Xbox One S gaming consoles and SteamOS and Steam Machine systems to gamers. Given that Valve's Windows applications are on par with the Steam iOS client, Steam Android client, and Microsoft's own Steam Cloud (and last year's Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes), it's only a matter of time before they're ready to come to Windows PCs.

Original story: Valve's "Steam Boxes" are becoming increasingly closer to reality (and eventually actual products to buy) and today we have word on the hardware that users will be able to buy. The details are all very recent and we get the good stuff right here.

The Ativ Book 9 Pro and Touch includes 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0 wireless, dual HDMI 1.4a outputs, Thunderbolt 3, 3 USB 3.0, 1 USB-C, 1 Chromecast, mic, headphone, line-out, and micro SD card slot. As great as that sounds, when compared to the AIO units that are available, it's a dip in the proverbial bucket.

The laptop is yet another special design which has the guts of a regular PC separated from the rest of the body and featuring a
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