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Welcome to Sydney PC & Technology User Group

We meet at   - Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street - check [Meetings] Monthly Calendar for times -   Visitors are always welcome

Our next Main Meeting starts at 6:00 pm on Tuesday 25th January 2022 via Zoom.
(Please confirm the Meeting agenda via our Members - Newsletter)

Janauary 2022

Welcoming all Club Members to a Safe and Happy Year 2022

Happy Australia Day

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December 2021

Wishing all Club Members a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Seasons greetings displayed

Rocket lift off James Webb Space Telescope launched 25 December 2021

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November 2021 Main Meeeting

This meeting finally conducted the long postponed 2019 AGM and elected a new committee, then Alex gave us a great look at the new Mac Pro, the new ASUS Creator range and Intel’s 50th anniversary event.

Alex's presentation

» See full video here.

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October 2021 Main Meeeting

Tonight, the new Macs, AirPods and Google Pixel phones were on show.

Two Pixel 6's displayedAt this meeting, with the help of a promotional video, Alex introduced us to the M1 Pro which features up to 10 CPU cores and up to 16 GPU cores, as well as a 16-core Neural Engine. Delivering 200GB/s of memory bandwidth, M1 Pro can be configured with up to 32GB of unified memory to handle more complex professional workflows.

Next, Alex showed us Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, which Google claims to have overhauled everything inside and out. Both phones sport a new Tensor chip that delivers superb performance, a vivid OLED panel, and a battery that lasts all day. PC Magazines say the Pixel 6 Pro stands out as the best high-end Android you can buy right now, earning their Editors' Choice award for Android flagships. » View the presentations here.

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