Meet Pixel 7a, engineered by Google. It’s powered by the Google Tensor G2 chip, so it’s super fast and secure, and designed for extra online protection with VPN by Google One.[1,11] The Pixel Camera takes amazing photos and videos, and even helps you breathe life into old pictures with its advanced features. And the battery lasts all day. All for less than you think.
Pixel’s fast-charging all-day battery can last over 24 hours, or up to 72 hours when you turn on Extreme Battery Saver; it also charges wirelessly
With the Pixel Camera and Google Tensor G2’s advanced image processing, it’s easy to take great pictures in low light, fix blurry images, and remove distractions with a few taps in Google Photos
With Pixel Call Assist, you can get help making calls, avoiding spammers, and waiting on hold; plus, Pixel 7a can filter out your caller’s background noise so you can hear them clearly even in noisy places
Open your Pixel 7a quickly and securely with Face Unlock or Fingerprint Unlock
Google Tensor G2 and the certified Titan M2 chip add layers of security to keep your personal info safe; VPN by Google One helps protect your online activity in any browser
Unlocked Android 5G phone gives you the flexibility to change carriers and choose your own data plan; works with Google Fi, Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, and other major carriers
We like to highlight the announcement of a new series of SSDs, the Rocket 5. This new range benefits from an M.2 format and a PCIe 5.0 interface. Performance is guaranteed! Here we find SSDs in M.2 2280 format. They also boast capacities of 1TB, 2TB and 4TB. As for the cooling system, this series seems to be offered with and without a cooling system. We can see a heatsink with a fan and two heat pipes. It features a Phison PS5026-E25 controller coupled with 232-layer 3D TLC Micro B58R memory. Finally, an LPDDR4 memory cache will support the SSD to guarantee high data rates. In terms of performance, the brand is announcing maximum sequential speeds of 14 GB/s for reading and 12 GB/s for writing. Maximum random performance is 1.55 million IOPS in read mode, compared with 1.8 million IOPS in write mode. No figures are given for endurance. All that’s left is to talk about prices: $190 for 1TB, $340 for 2TB and $730 for 4TB! Availability remains to be seen, but it’s a safe bet that Amazon will be offering these SSDs, given that the Rocket 4 series is available there.