I don't quite understand how this is a 'new' board. It was on their site since at least late december 2018. That's also when I added it to my website: https://motherboarddb.com/motherboards/1469/TUF%20B450M-Pro%20Gaming/
So... why a press release now? :confused:
I made my own DIY ambilight behind my (ultrawide) monitor. It has more leds, fits my monitor exactly and is waaay cheaper than the NZXT stuff.
Though of course it wasn't as plug&play as the NZXT kit and doesn't fit into their ecosystem.
These boards are just updated versions of the previous Asrock Pro4 models. Just compare the boards:
For most users that might be true, but for big data storage (businesses, enthusiasts, prosumers etc.) I personally don't think ssds will be cheaper $/TB than hdds before 2025. I do hope so though, I hope so...
When I'm not logged in, the date of the article is Jun 28th, 2018 15:33, when I'm logged in the date of the article is Jun 28th, 2017 15:33
EDIT: Scrap that, I just refreshed the page and the date (while being logged in) is suddenly 2018. Is it random?
Are you referring to the 2nd image? In that image, the device is in tablet-mode, so the area around the keys has gone up.
It's something that (as far as I know) is only used in Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga models (also in the current models): when you flip the model to tablet-mode, the area around the...