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Killexams : HP Laptop 17 (2022) Review: A Big Laptop For Small Budgets Josh Goldman/CNET © Provided by CNET Josh Goldman/CNET

HP has four lines of consumer laptops: Spectre, Envy, Pavilion and the plainly named HP Laptop. Available in 14-, 15- and 17-inch sizes, the entry-level HP Laptop line focuses mainly on delivering the best performance possible for less money. The bodies are plastic, they have few ports, and when it comes to extra features and conveniences, there really aren't any. That's completely understandable (up to a point, anyway); prices start just below $500 and can drop to half that when on sale like right now for Cyber Monday

The low prices extend to the 17.3-inch size, too, so you can get a larger display in a portable, reasonably slim body with good performance for home office tasks, entertainment and just general computing. Battery life was all right also at nearly 9 hours in our tests. Plus, HP offers many configuration options so you can balance price and performance to match your needs. (If you need help figuring out your needs, check out our complete guide to buying a budget laptop.)

HP sells multiple customizable versions of the Laptop 17 with Intel or AMD processors. I recommend the 17z-cp100 if your budget allows it. Although the model I tested was preconfigured for $650, the build-to-order 17z-cp100 gives you a chance to tweak it with the same higher-end components to better fit your budget. However, if you want access to all the components HP offers for the Laptop 17, look at the 17z-cp000 for AMD processors or 17t-cn000 for Intel chips. HP also has a customizable Laptop 17 available in the UK starting at £480. HP Australia doesn't sell the 17-inch size, but the 14- and 15-inch models are available starting at AU$649.

The keyboard is good but is not backlit and there's no option to upgrade. Josh Goldman/CNET © Provided by CNET The keyboard is good but is not backlit and there's no option to upgrade. Josh Goldman/CNET

Again, HP makes a lot of component combinations available. Along with Intel or AMD processors, it can be configured with 8, 12 or 16 gigabytes of memory; up to a 1TB solid-state drive or a combination of a 1TB hard drive and an SSD; a 1,920x1,080-pixel display or a 1,600x900 display with or without touch; and a choice of Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) or faster Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax). HP also gives you a choice of body colors including white, silver, blue and gold, although the options vary by configuration. 

What's disappointing is HP doesn't offer the option to upgrade the keyboard to one with backlighting. The HP Laptop 17's keyboard feels fine with a tactile pop to the keys, and the large white key legends stand out on the black keys of my review unit. The keyboards are color matched to the body (the white body has white keys), and lighter colors have black legends. However, none of the configurations come with a backlit keyboard. That's not unusual given the low starting price. But it's also not unusual to offer backlighting as an upgrade. 

The HP Laptop 17 is less than an inch thick and weighs about 4.5 pounds. Josh Goldman/CNET © Provided by CNET The HP Laptop 17 is less than an inch thick and weighs about 4.5 pounds. Josh Goldman/CNET

Along that line, while the HP Laptop 17 has an OK port assortment for its price, it's missing a couple of connections you might be looking for. There is no SD or microSD card slot. There is no Ethernet jack. And, although there is an HDMI out for an external display, the laptop's USB-C port does not support a second display. The USB-C port can also not be used for powering or charging the laptop; it uses a power adapter with a barrel connector instead. 

If a backlit keyboard and a better port assortment are important to you, consider moving up to the Pavilion line. Unfortunately, HP doesn't currently sell a 17-inch Pavilion laptop. The big screen of the Laptop 17 is definitely a plus for the price.

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Backed by good processing performance and battery life, the HP Laptop 17 is a good deal. Its size isn't ideal for frequent travel, but it's also not extraordinarily heavy like old 17-inch models. Also, because HP used slimmer bezels around the display, I was able to fit the Laptop 17 into a backpack made for 16-inch laptops. 

What's nice about the 17-inch size is that it's enough space to work comfortably with multiple windows side by side. The HDMI out can be used with an external monitor for when you do want more room, but you also might find that you don't need it. The size and price also make it a good choice for a family computer. It takes up less room than a full desktop setup, it's potentially less expensive, and it can easily be moved around the house. Again, the HP Laptop 17 lets you get the best performance possible for less money. You'll still want to wait for a sale, though. 

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The list of benchmarking software we use changes over time as the devices we test evolve. The most important core tests we're currently running on every compatible computer include: Primate Labs Geekbench 5, Cinebench R23, PCMark 10 and 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra

A more detailed description of each benchmark and how we use it can be found in our How We Test Computers page. 

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The  Junior Engineer (Archaeology) answer key is also available below and you can download the same after clicking the link directly. 

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HPSSC has conducted the written test for the Junior Engineer (Archaeology) Post Code-1004 on 11 December 2022. 

Now PDF of the provisional answer key for the Junior Engineer (Archaeology) is available on its official website. Candidates appeared in the test can download the Answer Key and they can raise their objections, if any through the official website.

Candidates can submit the documentary proof in support of their answers personally or by post to the office of the commission on or before 19 December 2022. Candidates are required to provide their login credentials including post name/post code/Roll Number and Question Booklet series during raising their objection. 


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Killexams : Amazon Kindle Scribe: the writing is on the wall (review)

With a stylus for scrawling notes on the screen, the oversized Amazon Kindle Scribe eBook reader seems a case of too little, and far too late.

The quest for the perfect touchscreen device with support for a stylus goes back to the early 1990s, from the Apple Newton and Palm Pilot to the early Microsoft Tablet PCs and HP TouchPad. While they met with varying degrees of success, the one thing they all had in common is that they never quite delivered on the true promise of what a stylus could bring to the user experience.

These days, that quest would seem complete, with devices like the Samsung Galaxy Ultra (née Note), Microsoft Surface and Apple iPad finally getting it right. So it seems strange that Amazon would choose 2022 to unleash the Kindle Scribe on the world, an eBook reader with a hefty asking price of $549 – equivalent to the current entry-level 9th generation iPad.

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Amazon Kindle Scribe first impressions

Take it out of the box and the Amazon Kindle Scribe is almost identical to the entry-level 9.7-inch iPad. It’s only a fraction smaller and 50 grams lighter meaning that, along with its high price tag, the Kindle Scribe sacrifices several key advantages that Kindle eBook readers have always had over tablets.

With a 10.2-inch screen, the Scribe is the biggest Kindle we’ve seen from Amazon. You need to look back to the ancient 9.7-inch Kindle DX of 2012 to find anything close, although the DX only sported a 150 dpi display.

The new Kindle Scribe ups this to 300 dpi, on par with the rest of the current Kindle lineup. It’s still a 16-level greyscale display, which might frustrate artists. The aspect ratio is 8:10, which is close to the 4:3 aspect ratio favoured by iPads as it mimics the written page.

The Scribe’s bezels are surprisingly thick, especially on one of the long sides, similar to the high-end Kindle Oasis. You might assume this is so you can hold the device without interfering with the touchscreen, but the pen works fine even if you’re touching the screen in other places. 

Like the Oasis, the Scribe features an auto-adjusting warm light along with automatic rotating page orientation. Surprisingly, you miss out on wireless charging and an IPX8 waterproof design. It also lacks the physical page-turning buttons found on some Kindles.

Like all Kindles, you’re looking at a battery life of weeks or months, rather than hours or days – one area where the Scribe still wins out over a tablet.

Amazon Kindle Scribe with included stylus
Amazon’s biggest ever eBook reader, the Kindle Scribe is designed for both memorizing and writing.

Stylus first impressions

Of course, the Kindle Scribe’s big selling point is the stylus. It’s not an active stylus, so it doesn’t rely on a battery, but the Kindle can still detect its presence, meaning you can’t write on the screen with any old stylus.

If you opt for the 16 GB model you only get the Basic pen for writing on the screen, but for an extra $99 – still half the price of an Apple Pencil for an iPad – you can get the Premium pen which features an action button that switches it from a pen to a highlighter. Some of the higher-capacity Kindle Scribes include the Premium pen in the price tag.

The Premium pen also features a virtual eraser on the other end, so you can spin the pen around to rub things out on the screen. It lacks other features which you might expect from a premium stylus, such as the ability to measure different levels of pressure when you’re drawing on the screen. Once again, this is likely to frustrate artists.

There’s no slot for sliding the stylus into the body of the Kindle, but it does attach magnetically to the side of the Kindle, so it’s always at hand when you need it.

There’s also the option to invest in a protective case, which safeguards the screen and includes a loop for holding the stylus. The case folds back to act as a stand, similar to some tablet cases.

Amazon Kindle Scribe specs

Display size 10.2-inch, 8:10 aspect ratio
Display resolution 300 ppi
Display technology Monochrome eInk, 16-level greyscale
Connectivity USB-C, Wi-Fi
Onboard storage 16, 32 or 64 GB
Stylus tech Passive
Dimensions 196 x 230 x 5.8 mm
Weight 433 gm

eBook reader features

The Amazon Kindle Scribe is a fully-functioning eBook reader, so there’s no need to cover too much old ground. It offers a slick memorizing experience with tight integration into Amazon’s extensive eBook store, although it lacks 4G “WhisperNet” access for downloading books when you’re away from Wi-Fi – that’s only available on the Oasis.

It’s easy to buy books directly from the eBook reader and keep your progress in sync with the Kindle app on your other devices. There’s also the Kindle Unlimited subscription, which grants you access to a wealth of titles for $13.99 per month (Amazon throws in a free 30-day trial).

Depending on where you want to buy your eBooks, some people might prefer the greater freedom granted by rival eBook readers like Kobo, which support the widely available EPUB eBook format. Amazon is reportedly expanding Kindle EPUB support, but meanwhile apps like Calibre offer a handy workaround.

As with some other Kindle models, the Scribe features Bluetooth so you can connect headphones. This lets you take advantage of text to speech, as well as listen to Audible downloads. 

Amazon Kindle Scribe covers
Amazon offers protective case, in a range of colours, which can also act as a stand to prop up the Kindle Scribe while you read or write.

Writing features

If you’re just looking for an extra large eBook reader, the Kindle Scribe doesn’t disappoint. Kindles have always had one job, and they’ve done it really well. The Scribe’s extra screen real estate is perfect for fans of graphic novels.

But if you’re looking to take advantage of the stylus to take notes then you’ll likely be underwhelmed by its limited functionality and integration.

To be fair, the real writing experience is smooth and responsive. You can tap on the toolbar to open a collapsible menu that lets you select between the pen, highlighter and eraser – although this is somewhat redundant if you have the Premium pen. The menu also features undo and redo options, along with the ability to adjust the size of the stylus’ tip when writing on the screen.

You can call upon the stylus for several tasks. Firstly, you can use it to annotate eBooks with sticky notes, either handwritten or typed using the onscreen keyboard. You can’t actually “mark up” eBooks and write or draw directly on the page. Nor can you underline or highlight text.

Despite these limitations, it’s the kind of feature that could be useful for students who might have previously written notes inside the margins of physical books, especially when studying texts like Shakespeare.

This is where you start to encounter the Scribe’s shortcomings. Firstly, it’s only a monochrome display so, if you use the highlighter within a note it’s grey – perhaps not as striking as you might have hoped. You can write, type or draw in notes but you can’t embed multimedia or web links.

More importantly, there is no support for handwriting recognition, meaning that your written notes aren’t searchable and can’t be copied – two major frustrations for students and knowledge workers hoping to use the Scribe as the central hub of their notes and research. 

Thankfully, the stylus isn’t just for annotating books and you can use the Kindle Scribe like a large notepad. When you open up a new document you can opt for a sheet of blank paper or choose from a range of templates including lined paper, grids, to-do lists, checklists, weekly planners and more.

You can flick back and forth through the pages of a document the same way that you do when memorizing an eBook. You can also create folders for storing your documents, to help keep your life organised.

Along with creating fresh documents, you can also import and mark up PDF files – actually writing on them – or insert sticky notes on a range of image and document formats including Microsoft Word.

You transfer documents and images on and off the Scribe using the ‘Send to Kindle’ feature, which is not as clunky as it once was. It lets you drag and drop documents on the Send-to-Kindle web page, send them via email or use the Kindle desktop/mobile app. Documents created on the Kindle Scribe can be viewed, but not edited, on other devices. 

This is where the Scribe’s note-taking and organisation capabilities feel rather basic compared to tablet apps like OneNote and Evernote, which support a stylus, integrate tightly with cloud storage, keep your notes in sync and editable across multiple devices, and make them easy to share.

GadgetGuy’s take

It sounds harsh, but the Amazon Kindle Scribe feels like a relic of a bygone era. You can see how it would have once been considered useful, perhaps even the best tool for the job, but today it’s been made redundant by the rise of tablets.

These days Kindle Scribe has a very narrow use case, but even then it’s hard to justify the expense when an iPad with Apple Pencil is a little more expensive and infinitely more useful. People who are serious about taking notes will probably expect more from their device and a tablet is a better option in almost every way, except as an eBook reader.

It wouldn’t be so bad if the Kindle Scribe was a lot cheaper, as you could treat the stylus as a bonus feature, but at these prices you’re paying a significant premium for the ability to write on the screen.

The lack of handwriting recognition is probably the biggest deal-breaker in terms of limiting the Kindle Scribe’s usefulness as a study or productivity tool. Modern users have also come to expect better markup/editing features and tighter integration with cloud services. 

Perhaps the Scribe is the Kindle we dreamed of more than a decade ago, back when tablets were still clunky and expensive with unreliable handwriting recognition. These days, it’s hard to see where the Amazon Kindle Scribe fits into the modern world.

Would I buy it?

No, not unless all I wanted was a really big eBook reader.

Amazon Kindle Scribe: the writing is on the wall (review)
The Amazon Kindle Scribe's stylus offers a slick writing experience, but overall it falls short of what people taking notes would expect from a modern device.
Basic notetaking features
Large screen eInk ebook reader
No handwriting recognition and limited markup options
Little integration with other services
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Killexams : Polestar 2 Owners Can Now download an Extra 68 HP to Their Cars

Polestar is getting in on the downloadable-power-upgrade game, much like Mercedes-Benz recently did (and Tesla has been dabbling in for some time), with an over-the-air update that will add 68 hp and 15 lb-ft of torque to any dual-motor Polestar 2 EV. Of course, this isn't free—owners need to pony up $1,195 for the upgrade, but Polestar insists this is a one-time charge; it won't be an annual subscription, as Mercedes is requiring, at least for now. In its announcement, Polestar even gets a dig in on that concept, noting how the OTA delivers "exceptional value without the hassle of a subscription"—shots fired!

Speaking of shots, the extra power should bring extra hole-shot capability to the 2. Polestar says that with the additional 68 hp and 15 lb-ft, the dual-motor, all-wheel-drive 2's output jumps from 408 hp and 487 lb-ft to 476 hp and 502 lb-ft. This drops Polestar's claimed zero-to-6o-mph time for the 2 to 4.2 seconds, and the automaker notes that midrange punch is improved, as well, with the 50-to-75-mph acceleration jump dispatched half a second quicker in only 2.2 seconds. Polestar adds that the upgrade won't impact the 2's driving range, either.

Adding the power is easy as can be, and given how it's installed over the air, owners needn't physically visit a dealership or service center to enjoy it. Owners of eligible Polestar 2s simply input their vehicle's VIN at www.polestar-shop.com, pay their dues, and wait for their download to begin.

Beyond the extra power, Polestar says the new software also includes a set of door stickers that denote the "updated power information" and a launch control function, which is initiated by pressing both the brake and accelerator pedals at the same time; release the brake, keep your foot in it on the accelerator, and the 2 shoots away. New owners can also add the upgrade to their Polestar 2 orders, if they so please, by selecting the $5,500 Performance package, which also includes Öhlins adjustable dampers, Brembo brakes, and 20-inch forged aluminum wheels.

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How to download a Google Doc as a PDF?

The process is very easy if you’d like to download your document from Google Docs. Moreover, you can choose in which format you want to download your document: a pdf, .docx, .doc, .rtf, .odt, .txt, and more. To download your document from Google Doc, click on File > Download and select the format of your choice.

You can save your file as a PDF by clicking on File > Print if your file is large. Next to Destination, select Save as PDF. Finally, click Save, and you’ll have your document downloaded.

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HPPSC HPAS Mains Revised Date 2022

HPPSC HPAS Mains Revised Date 2022: Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (HPPSC) has released the HPAS Combined Competitive (Main) Written Revised Examination -2021 schedule on its official website. Now Commission will be conducting the HPAS Combined Competitive (Main) Written from 03 February 2022 onwards. Earlier Commission was to conduct the Combined Competitive (Main) Written Examination from 15 December 2022 onwards. 

Candidates who have qualified for the HPAS Combined Competitive (Main) Written Revised Examination -2021 can download the HPPSC HPAS Mains Revised Date 2022 from the official website-http://www.hppsc.hp.gov.in/.

However, the HPPSC HPAS Mains Revised Date 2022 is also available here and you can download the same after clicking the link given below. 


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As per the short notice released, now HPPSC will conduct the HPAS Combined Competitive (Main) Written Revised Examination from 03 to 11 February 2022. test for the subjects including English and Hindi will be held on 03 February 2022. test for Essay will be held on 04 February and General Studies-I will be conducted on 06 February 2023.

Exam for General Studies-II will be held on 07 February 2023 and General Studies-III will be conducted on 08 February 2023. test of Optional Paper-I  is scheduled on 10 February 2023 whereas Optional Paper-II will be conducted on 11 February 2023.


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Killexams : Discovery+ adds support for offline downloads in the US

The Discovery+ app is getting one of the most anticipated features — and frankly, a must-have feature for today’s streaming apps — offline viewing. The company announced Monday that users of the ad-free plan in the U.S. will be able to download content for offline viewing on the service’s iOS and Android apps.

This move comes after the company tested this feature with users in Brazil. Discovery+ mentioned that the service has more than 58,000 episodes — including popular shows “House of Hammer,” “Fixer Upper” and “90 Day Fiancé” — that are eligible for downloads.

Users with the ad-free plan will see a “Download” button next to the content title. They can also choose the quality of the download and whether to download it over Wi-Fi or cellular data.

Discovery+ noted that the downloaded title will live on the device for 30 days in the unplayed state or 48 hours after you hit the play button. Plus, you can renew the title download once you’re online after it expires.

The company is not putting any geo-restriction on the downloaded content. So if you are visiting another country, you can watch it if you are offline. The app will default to the downloads section when a user is offline.

Warner Bros. Discovery is set to merge HBO Max and Discovery+ services into one app next year. But until then, Discovery+ users will get to enjoy this feature that was missing for the longest time. Competitors like YouTube and Netflix have had an offline viewing option for years. While Discovery+ launched just last year, it’s a feature that streaming service users have come to expect.

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