Ryzen 7 2700U and Ryzen 5 2500U chips
AMD has now made its Mobile Ryzen platform official, matching its Zen CPU architecture with Vega GPU architecture on a single die. The Mobile Ryzen lineup will start with two SKUs, Ryzen 7 2700U and the Ryzen 5 2500U, coming to notebooks and possibly other similar devices during the holiday season.
512GB of V-NAND on a 22x16mm chip
Samsung PM971 SSD has now been pictured, suggesting that we will soon see the launch of the Samsung 970, next to the earlier leaked Samsung PM981 SSDs, which is expected to hit the market as the Samsung 980 SSD.
Wink Lookout is subscription-free
Wink has announced its newest Wink Lookout smart home security kit which brings all the usual features but does not require a subscription, making it cheaper than some other kits on the market.
AMP!, AMP! Extreme and Mini versions pictured
It appears that at least some partners will be making factory-overclocked versions of the upcoming GTX 1070 Ti graphics card and according to leaked pictures, Zotac will be one of them with AMP!, AMP! Extreme and Mini versions.
Based on MGX controller and MLC V-NAND
It appears that the previous rumor saying Samsung could drop the Pro/Evo naming scheme is true after all, as the 120GB Samsung 850 SSD model has been spotted online.
Possible U11 Plus, U11 Life, or both
HTC has published yet another teaser on its official Twitter page, showing a glimpse of its smartphone that will be "revealed" on the 2nd of November.
Only for Pixel and Nexus devices
As rumored earlier, Google has now officially launched the first Developer Preview for Android 8.1 which activates the Pixel Visual Core as well as bringing several new features, mostly aimed at developers.
Even comes with AMD FreeSync
AOC has shown off what could easily be the cheapest large display with 1440p resolution and AMD FreeSync support, the Q3279VWF.
Optimizations for a couple of games and new features
AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10.2 graphics driver which includes optimizations for Destiny 2, Assassin's Creed: Origins and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus games, initial support for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update as well as a couple of bug fixes.