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  1. The E595 need a Minimum of 45W to charge. So anything with a 60W power delivery rating will work no issues. Bellow 45W it might function but not charge.
  2. I've got good news for you, you can use these no issue https://www.startech.com/ca/Cards-Adapters/Laptop-docking-stations/usb-c-mini-docking-station~DKT30CHPD Its what I assign everyone here with E495 or E595's.
  3. Having a SFP+ Ports makes it even more viable for something like a NAS. 10Gbit networking is getting cheaper real quick.
  4. https://wccftech.com/huawei-preps-desktop-pc-motherboards-featuring-up-to-8-core-kunpeng-920-arm-v8-cpus/ Huawei has been in the server world for a while now, selling mostly in asian markets, so this would be their entry in the PC market. It looks like they are targeting the Entreprise side of things. The LOM port seems to be a SFP+ port but I am having issues find the documentation on it. With China going away from American made computers and computer parts, these Huawei PC's would fill in the gap.
  5. This is something that should be automatic in monitors like in cell phones, where the brightness is adjusted automatically with the amount of surrounding light. I'm kinda surprised its not come up yet? Not a lot of people know this but when you drive at night you should dim your dashboard to allow you to see better and further. This applies mostly outside of cities. @LinusTech
  6. Since the release of Zen 3K, my i7-6700 non K got old real quick. but up until that point it felt like it was keeping up. With a price war, I might have to upgrade soon.
  7. From the configuration page of Bitlocker With TPM you can unlock the data without the TPM as long as you have one of the 3 other unlock options. From my understanding T2 is locked and set to the board, which is not repair friendly for both personal or business.
  8. A Bunch of the LTT staff go out and look for some furniture and try to set up a discrete PC inside said furniture. Example: PC inside an IKEA TV Cabinet. Looking for Best looking, Most Original Idea and Most Powerful.
  9. I used an X1 at a previous job, great machine all round. Personally, I would not get the touch screen and save some battery life. For the Deep learning what are you looking to do? Image processing, AI, path finding, etc, these can change the processing requirement and may be better run on CPU than GPU.
  10. Make sure your not putting your PC in the WiFi donut blind spot and sometimes being too close to a Wifi Access point can cause issues.
  11. For pro grade stuff you are looking at 300$ plus per camera for sure, Honeywell is a great choice. Check out Synology's compatibility list: https://www.synology.com/en-global/compatibility/camera Most of the camera's there are Pro grade. But personally I recommend Panasonic or Sony if you can afford it, they work with pretty much every system. The biggest issue I see with IP cams is retention time, most people or companies don't realize how expensive it can be to hold months of video data.
  12. This was leaked a while back. (Both are mobile processors) https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13535829 https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/13535623
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