PCWorld’s September Digital Magazine: This DIY laptop begs to be taken apart

PCWorld’s September Digital Magazine: This DIY laptop begs to be taken apart

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In the September issue

This month, meet the laptop that wants you to take it apart. We showcase the best prebuilt PCs with AMD’s Ryzen APUs. See our picks for the best online marketplaces for selling used devices. Learn how to check your laptop’s battery health.

Other highlights include:

  • News: Meet the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3. Plus, Fix Windows 11’s Start menu with Stardock’s simple new app
  • AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT review: A killer 1080p graphics card with pandemic pricing
  • HP Elite Folio review: Extreme mobility for a price
  • Seagate Firecuda 530 review: It’s very, very fast
  • Garmin Dash Cam Mini 2 review: Tiny camera with good image quality
  • Here’s How: 3 hacks for scoring the best deals on tech. How to turn your iPad into a true laptop replacement. How to install fonts in Windows 10

Video highlights

Watch: Once upon a time, Intel’s gaming NUCs were too tiny for a DIYer to replicate with off-the-shelf parts. That’s not so with Beast Canyon, which is roughly the size of an eGPU enclosure. That makes the high cost harder to justify.

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