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Acer has announced refreshes to its Aspire laptops at CES 2021, with this year's iterations to be equipped with AMD Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors.

Announcing two new laptops for the Aspire line that are both equipped with 15. 6-inch uHD displays, the Predator Triton tempered glass 15.6-inch Triton™ He-and-E Series and the Helios Xtreme TL15-136VG impressed not only for their specifications but also for their display quality. The latter many may now find to be better than that of the 13.3-inch Helios Pro 12!

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While the Helios Xtreme TL15 still features the same beautiful 'glass' design that we've come to know and love from the Helios Pro 12 series, the three screen display scheme offers much wider workspace too. With ten display outputs, you can save yourself the worry of having to process everything by 2D windowing. The same can be said for the keyboard, a whopping 3.3mm and long to compliment the glass-enclosed keyboard. Inside is a 4.0GHz edition of AMD Ryzen™ processors, 10GB of DDR4 RAM, a 1TB 5400RPM HDD and an eight-core Intel Core i7 processor. Games have improved to be better, too, with Assetto Corsa, Diablo III and others all being presented decently on the Helios Xtreme TL15.

It's two games with even more lavish 3D visuals, however - Project CARS and Horizon Zero Dawn - for which I have no problem with the cagey rendering. We will have to wait until January 31 for the Ryzen 50 series to launch in China and Taiwan, before they are launched in North America on February 6, though we are expected to see a few of them can even be pre-ordered now far before the official announcement, provided you are a director of your own Government.

A Missouri prosecutor agrees to inspect emails based upon a search warrant issued in May in Pulaski County Circuit Court as part of an online underage pornography case.

The mandate stemmed from 21-year-old Ashley Nicole Grant's motion to quash U.S. Magistrate Judge Octavio Montez's April ruling that granted testimony about newly discovered emails by seven police officers who had been named in a previous lawsuit surrounding the grant case.

They are alleged to be having knowledge of Grant's possession of child pornography that "was not disclosed during depositions and was not disclosed at the defendant's discovery hearing," according to the motion.

Maj. Bob Crouse, Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney, earlier this month executed a search warrant to ahve an official look at
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