In a recent interview, AMD has said that it is very confident in its own abilities and isn't intimidated by the arrival of Apple's M1. The ARM-based M1 has replaced Intel's x86 CPUs in the Macs.
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It's time to wrap up our series on comparing Intel's Evo platform to Apple Silicon. As expected, there are pros and cons to each side of things, and Apple can only move up from here.
Apple's new custom ARM processors are here, and there's a lot of good, but there's also some bad. The performance is the best we've seen from ARM so far, and the battery life is incredible.
The new Razer Book is the company's first attempt at making a PC that's built for productivity, rather than gaming. It has a 16:10 display, 11th-generation processors, and is Intel Evo certified.
In the fifth part of this series, we're going to be looking at software compatibility, installing Windows on the Mac, trying to use an iPhone with a Windows PC, app compatibility, and more.
In the fourth part of this series, we're going to be looking at hardware compatibility, testing out peripherals such as an Xbox controller, an external GPU, multiple screens, and more.
In the third installment of the Intel Evo vs Apple Silicon series, we're looking at getting things set up, including the Razer Core X GPU enclosure, the Samsung T7 Touch SSD, and more.
Part two of the Intel Evo vs Apple Silicon series is all about the Razer Book 13. It packs an Intel Core i7-1165G7, 16GB RAM, a 256GB SSD, a 13.4-inch FHD display, and two Thunderbolt 4 ports.
Apple's new custom ARM processors have been praised by reviewers, and Apple has been making some big promises. We're going to see if its new hardware can live up to the company's hype.