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The Apple iMac Pro Will Finally Be Available This Week

Plus the best bits of tech news, from Samsung's dual front camera phone to the PlayStation Experience 2017
by Andrei Medina | Dec 13, 2017
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The tech scene has been continuously bustling with talks about premium smartphones ever since the iPhone X was announced earlier this year. Since then, we’ve had a handful of Apple competitors launching their own versions of the pricey gadget. But there’s also other interesting stuff going on in the tech space aside from this new trend that seems to bank on luring in consumers through perceived luxury. From Sony’s annual event, to smartphone and gadget updates courtesy of Apple and Samsung, we bring you some of the hottest tech news this week.


PSX 2017

Sony just concluded the annual PlayStation Experience event where they announce updates to their games, hardware, as well as other future plans for the popular gaming platform. This year, highlights include the company’s push for VR remasters plus tons of gameplay footage for upcoming PS4 titles like Shadow of the Colossus, Soul Calibur VI, Death Stranding, Detroit: Become Human and Guacamelee! 2. The best part though was when they announced the resurrection of undead knight Sir Daniel Fortesque through a glorious 4K remaster of PS1 fan-favorite MediEvil coming in 2018.

Watch the whole event here:

Samsung’s dual front camera phone

The South Korean conglomerate is keeping the rumor mill alive but it’s not about their famed Galaxy S flagship line or foldable concepts. This time, the focus is on the Galaxy A8 and A8 Plus smartphones that are said to be equipped with a dual front-facing camera system based on the device layout uploaded to Samsung’s online user manual.

Apple’s iMac Pro available this week

If you have at least five grand to burn this Christmas and are in need of a desktop machine that doubles as a performance monster then this might be the perfect option for you. Apple is finally releasing their iMac Pro this Thursday, December 14.

The basic setup will cost you $5,000 and comes out the box with the following configuration:

-Retina 5K display
-8-Core Xeon processor
-Radeon Vega graphics
-32GB ECC memory
-1TB SSD
-Thunderbolt 3
-10GB Ethernet

 

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