Lenovo Yoga 3 1470 (3-in-1 Ultrabook) (white)

Lenovo Yoga 3 1470 (3-in-1 Ultrabook) (white)
14″ 1080P Touch screen
Intel Core i7-5500U
8GB RAM
256GB SSD

Selling due to upgrade.

Good condition.

Battery left on conservation mode when connected to mains using to prolong lifespan (Condition ‘Good’ according to Lenovo Vantage app).

Don’t have the box but will ship with a rather nice zipped handled sleeve which was bought but never used.

Full specs:

Lenovo Yoga 3 1470 (3-in-1 Ultrabook) (white)

Palit 1080 GTX Jet Stream 8gb Graphics Card

Palit 1080 8gb GTX graphic card

Back on sale due to potential upgrade

Very quiet card, fans only spin up when it hits 60’c.

::Palit Products – GeForce® GTX 1080 JetStream ::

Original box packaging, local collection preferred so buyer can see the card working. Happy to ship within the UK once payment has cleared. £15 Royal Mail next day special delivery.

Price and currency: 385
Delivery:

Palit 1080 GTX Jet Stream 8gb Graphics Card

Early preview of Visual Studio support for Windows 10 on ARM development

Today, we are pleased to announce that Visual Studio 15.8 Preview 1 contains an early preview of the SDK and tools to allow you to create your own 64-bit ARM (ARM64) apps. These tools answer the requests of many eager developers, and the development made possible with these tools represents the next step in the evolution of the Always Connected PC running Windows 10 on ARM.
Earlier this year, our partners released the first Always Connected PCs powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processors. These Always Connected PCs are thin, light, fast, and designed with instant-on 4G LTE connectivity and unprecedented battery life – now measured in days and weeks, not hours. Thanks to an x86 emulation layer, these Always Connected PCs also allow customers to tap into the wide ecosystem and legacy of Windows apps.
Developers interested in targeting this new ARM-based platform can use these early preview tools to build apps that run natively on ARM processors rather than relying on the emulation layer. While the algorithms that make emulation possible are engineered to optimize performance, running your app natively allows your customers to get the most performance and capability from your app on this new category of devices.
Since this is an early preview, there isn’t official support yet for the ARM64 apps built with these tools. You won’t be able to submit ARM64 packages to the Microsoft Store, though you can post preview versions of ARM64 Win32 apps to your website. Stay tuned to this blog for more information as more support becomes available. In the meantime, you can use these preview tools to get a head start on developing your ARM64 apps and provide feedback before the tools are finalized.
In this post we’ll look at how to set up your environment to build ARM64 apps, whether you’re building Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps or C++ Win32 apps.
C++ UWP App Instructions
To build ARM64 UWP apps based on C++, start by setting up your development environment:
1) Download Visual Studio’s latest preview at https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/2) Choose the “Universal Windows Platform development” workload3) Select the “C++ Universal Windows Platform tools” optional component4) In Individual Components, select “C++ Universal Windows Platform tools for ARM64”
The Visual Studio Installer should look like this when everything that is required is selected:

After installing, you can get started on your app:
5) Open your C++ Project in Visual Studio, or create a new one6) Right click on your Solution and select Properties, then navigate to Configuration Properties and select “Configuration Manager”7) Under “Active solution platform:” select “” and call it ARM64. Copy settings from “ARM” and check to create new project platforms8) If individual projects within the solution do not allow adding ARM64 as a platform, it may be because of dependencies. To learn more about the dependencies, you can modify those project files directly, copying the ARM configuration and modifying the platform to create an ARM64 configuration.9) Save everything
ARM64 will now be available as a configuration for the project to build. Note that only Debug builds are supported for ARM64 at this time. You can create a package for sideloading or use remote debugging (see instructions) to run the app on a Windows 10 on ARM PC.
.NET Native UWP App Instructions
To build ARM64 UWP apps that rely on .NET Native, start by setting up your development environment.
1) Download Visual Studio’s latest preview at https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/preview/2) Choose the “Universal Windows Platform development” workload3) Open your project or create a new one. Note that the Target Platform Minimum Version must be set to at least “Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (Build 16299)”4) Open the project file in your favorite editor and add a property group targeting ARM64. You can copy an existing property group, such as Debug|ARM, and modify it to support ARM64 with the changes highlighted below:

The UseDotNetNativeToolchain property is required to enable the .NET Native toolchain.
5) Save the project file and reload it in Visual Studio6) Right click on your Solution and select Properties, then navigate to Configuration Properties and select “Configuration Manager”7) Under “Active solution platform:” select “” and call it ARM64. Copy settings from “ARM” and check to create new project platforms8) Update to latest ARM64 version of the tools:
a. Right-click your project and select ‘Manage NuGet Packages…’b. Ensure “Include Prerelease” is selectedc. Select the Microsoft.NETCore.UniversalWindowsPlatform packaged. Update to the following version: 6.2.0-Preview1-26502-02
ARM64 will now be available as a configuration for the project to build. Note that only Debug builds of ARM64 are supported at this time. You can create a package for sideloading or use remote debugging (see instructions) to run the app on a Windows 10 on ARM PC.
C++ Win32 App Instructions
Visual Studio 15.8 Preview 1 also includes an early level of support for rebuilding your C++ Win32 apps as ARM64 to run on Windows 10 on ARM.
1) Download Visual Studio’s latest preview at https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/preview/2) Choose the “Desktop development with C++” workload3) In Individual Components, select “Visual C++ compilers and libraries for ARM64”4) Open your project in Visual Studio or create a new one5) Right click on your Solution and select Properties, then navigate to Configuration Properties and select “Configuration Manager”6) Under “Active solution platform:” select “” and call it ARM64. Copy settings from “ARM” and check to create new project platforms.7) Save everything8) Open the project file in your favorite editor. Under , declare support for ARM64 by adding WindowsSDKDesktopARM64Support, as highlighted below:

9) Save and reload the project
You will now be able to build the project as ARM64 and either remote debug on a Windows 10 on ARM PC or copy over the EXE files and run them directly.
You can also use the Desktop Bridge (see instructions) to wrap the built ARM64 binaries into a Windows app package that can be installed on Windows 10 on ARM PCs.
Conclusion
We’re excited to open up Windows 10 on ARM to developers looking to build great apps compiled natively for the platform.
Visual Studio 15.8 Preview 1 provides an early preview of the full support that will be coming later this year. You can expect more updates as we work to bring these tools to an official release and open the Store to accept submissions for ARM64 packages.
We hope you give these tools a try on your apps and would love to hear from you. If you hit any issues, have any questions, or have feedback to share, head to our Windows 10 on ARM development page at http://aka.ms/Win10onARM or leave comments below.

Apple Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse 2

For sale are Apple Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse 2….both in great condition boxed. Just over a year old, hardly used.

Free slow postage is included. (Royal Mail 2nd class recorded).

Price and currency: £79 keyboard and £59 mouse.
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT
Location: Hove
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference…

Apple Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse 2

(PRICE REDUCTION) Evga geforce gtx 1080ti 11gb SC graphics card

UPDATE, I might have the original packaging for this soon just waiting on a kind member of the avforums to get back to me on Sunday Afternoon on whether he has it still if not I will make sure to package securely and safely

Price reduction £625 down to £550 plus postage costs

Hi guys going to re list this one, added picture of it now, For sale 1x Evga geforce gtx 1080ti 11gb SC graphics card, from a smoke free and pet free home and hasn’t been used for mining, comes without…

(PRICE REDUCTION) Evga geforce gtx 1080ti 11gb SC graphics card

iMac 27″ 2011 core i7

Hi

i have the following for sale. i am not splitting.
27″ imac
Core i7 2nd generation
16 gb of DDR3 ram
256 GB SSD for OSX
4 TB storage drive
AMD 6870M GPU 2gb
OSX high sierra

fully boxed with magic mouse pad thing – yuk, and keyboard. this has two small chips on the outer screen near the top edge, shown in pics.

Price and currency: 595
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: bank transfer paypal gift
Location: heybridge…

iMac 27″ 2011 core i7

Razor Blade Pro 17″ 4k Touch Screen – Intel® Core™ i7-7820HK – 32gb RAM

Hi,

Used to be active on this forum a little bit many years ago, nice to see its still going strong. Bought this in the summer last year. Used it a handful of times, if that. I just haven’t had the use of it that I was expecting, mainly because I have since discovered I just prefer gaming on a desktop much more.

Product details:

– 17.3” 4K Touch Display with NVIDIA® G-SYNC™
– Overclocked Quad-Core 7th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-7820HK
– 32GB RAM
– 500gb SSD storage

Product is available here for…

Razor Blade Pro 17″ 4k Touch Screen – Intel® Core™ i7-7820HK – 32gb RAM

steelseries rival 700 mouse

hi since im not having any luck with finding a new mouse that i like im looking to sell my steelseries rival 700 mouse,its only had 3 hours use tops as i only got it yesterday and im unable to take it back as it was a replacement so its doubtful that i could exchange or get a refund

i still have the receipt for it too

anyways i only got the mouse yesterday,but its just not for me again as i just cant seem to find a mouse i like so im going to bite the bullet and order a new one of what i…

steelseries rival 700 mouse

2 x Hp Chromebooks – 11.6″

Hi there guys,

I’m selling two of these Hp Google Chromebooks (11.6 inch CB2 model) they are both in fairly good condition with a few surface marks here and there. They have great IPS displays and are quick and snappy for day to day tasks.

Sadly the original chargers broke so I have replaced them with standard micro usb chargers…the only downside to this is they take longer to charge as the original usb chargers were 3amp.

No boxes, just the chromebook, cable and charger…any…

2 x Hp Chromebooks – 11.6″

13″ 2017 Macbook Pro with TB & Touch ID – Silver,Pics Added,looking for Dell XPS trade deal

Hi all

Up for sale is my 2017 13″ MacBook pro with touchbar. I traded my Surface Book for this and it is just overkill for my computing needs, as was the SB if truth be told. It is in excellent condition and has Apple warranty until 04/12/2018. It is in Silver with the following specs

  • 3.1GHz dual-core 7th-generation Intel Core i5 processor
  • Turbo Boost up to 3.5GHz
  • 8GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 memory
  • 256GB SSD storage1

13″ 2017 Macbook Pro with TB & Touch ID – Silver,Pics Added,looking for Dell XPS trade deal