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Nvidia has announced a new series of high end graphics cards, claiming up to six times the performance compared to last generations 10 series.
The RTX 2000 line of cars will start with the RTX 2070, 2080 and 2080 ti Ranging in price from $600 all the way up to 1200 for the 2080 TI, preorders start now and the cards will ship next month.
Fitbit has unveiled its Charge 3 smart watch, featuring a better OLED touchscreen display, band swapping mechanics, and a long seven-day battery life.
It has full phone notifications with android and a number of onboard apps.
The Charge 3 arrives in October for $150.
And, finally, Minecraft: Education Edition is coming to the iPad just in time for the school year.
The Microsoft-owned property will hit Apple's tablet to help students learn about STEM and other subjects Microsoft says the education edition of Minecraft has 35 million licenses worldwide.
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