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New World: How to sign up for the open beta

Amazon Games' New World is set to be released Sept. 28, but this weekend it'll have its open beta. This test is free and available for anyone who can run the game. To get more news about buy new world coins, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

New World is Amazon Games' new massively multiplayer online role-playing game, or MMORPG. Players create their character and find themselves on Aeternum Island, which is full of mystical power they'll learn to use as they explore the island's secrets. Open up Steam on your PC and head to the New World page. Scroll down to the "Join the New World Open Beta" message, and click on "Request Access." A pop-up message will appear, asking you to confirm that you want to participate in the beta. After you confirm, that's it, you've signed up.
Even though laptops and tablets make up roughly 80% of the PC market, one out of every five computers sold is a good old-fashioned desktop. And why not? If you already spend your day tethered to a big-screen monitor, a desktop PC as your home computer makes a lot of sense. And when it comes to longevity, it's hard to beat a desktop PC. Plus, a desktop computer offers more power and expandability than a laptop, and a powerful processor is especially important if you'll be using your device for something like photo editing or as a gaming PC.

A desktop computer is generally going to come in the form of either a tower or an all-in-one (with an integrated screen), though there are smaller designs for tighter spaces. And while you can find Windows and Macs for as little as $500 to $700, Chrome and Linux fans have plenty of affordable options, too.

While laptops still occupy the majority of our editors' time and effort with CNET's hands-on reviews, we've rounded up our favorite recent desktop products below. This list starts with models we've tested, and then moves on to more generic configurations. We haven't explicitly tested those specific models in the latter batch, but the specs listed should deliver considerable value for the price, based on our experience with similarly configured laptops we've tested. Unless otherwise indicated, the products listed below don't include a monitor, keyboard, mouse or webcam. You'll need to bring your own or buy them separately. We update this best desktop PC list periodically.
For 2021, Apple fully redesigned the iMac with a body so ultrathin that it could easily be confused with a jumbo-screen iPad. It's now built on the same superfast M1 chip found in Apple's late-2020 MacBook Air and Mac Mini (see below), with a gorgeous 24-inch screen replacing the previous 21.5-inch version. The 1080p webcam is a big upgrade over the MacBook's 720p model, and the rainbow of available colors -- hearkening back to the 1999 iMac G3 -- is a welcome addition. Just be prepared to spend up for the myriad storage and accessory upgrades. (Note that the larger 27-inch iMac has yet to be revamped, and is still running an Intel processor.) Read our 2021 Apple iMac review.

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