The HP ZBook Fury G8 Mobile Workstation, a laptop that’s powerful enough for professional purposes, is currently on sale from HP with a $2,370 discount. You’ll only have to pay $1,939 for the machine, which is less than half its original price of $4,309. HP’s laptop deals always draw a lot of attention, so we’re not sure how long this offer will last — click that Buy Now button as fast as you can if you don’t want to miss out.
Whether you’re working from home or you need a machine that you can take with you while you move around for your job, the HP ZBook Fury G8 Mobile Workstation is the laptop for you. Following the footsteps of its successor as one of the best mobile workstations, it provides desktop-level performance with its 11th-generation Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia RTX A2000 graphics card, plus 16GB of RAM that’s recommended by our guide on how much RAM do you need if you’ll be doing graphic design work.
The HP ZBook Fury G8 Mobile Workstation is equipped with a 15.6-inch Full HD screen so you can see all the details of the projects that you’re working on, and it has a 1TB SSD for ample storage for your software and files. Windows 10 Pro is pre-installed on the laptop, and it comes with a license for Windows 11 Pro. Business laptops should emphasize security and privacy, according to our laptop buying guide, and that’s the case with this device as HP is selling the Wolf Pro Security Edition. You’re protected by features such as HP Sure Start, a self-healing BIOS that safeguards your data, and the HP Privacy Camera, which comes with a physical shutter.
If you need a laptop that will provide the necessary performance to accomplish even the most demanding tasks, there’s no need to look any further than HP’s offer for the HP ZBook Fury G8 Mobile Workstation. It’s available under the ongoing HP laptop deals at $2,370 off, which slashes its price to $1,939 from $4,309 originally. There’s no indication when the discount will end though, so if you want to buy the HP ZBook Fury G8 Mobile Workstation for less than half its original price, you should finalize your purchase immediately.
Focusing on SATs, LSATs or even the bar test seems unthinkable today as the world grapples with a global pandemic. Yet students are continuing to prepare in spite of the myriad other challenges they face during this crisis.
The choices these students are making now will drastically change the future of the test preparation industry. That's a market predicted to reach more than $30 billion by 2021 while posting an expected 6% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) through 2024.
As a test preparation company CEO, I'm making a bold prediction for my industry: Test preparation will never return to physical classrooms. I believe the current pandemic will finally erase all significant demand for classroom-based test prep. Here's why.
Everything Is Changing, But Test Prep Will Change More
As I argued in my exact Forbes article, the current, forced transition to distance learning will reveal many lasting benefits of remote education and reshape how we teach. For test preparation, however, I expect an even more drastic change. Classroom courses have irreplaceable benefits for students in some programs of study (e.g., the physical sciences). The value of any test preparation course, however, is dependent largely on just two factors: instructor quality and curriculum quality.
Online Test Prep Means More Consistent Instruction
Instructor consistency has long been a weakness of the test preparation industry. In 2008, before online prep was common, college admissions expert Richard Montauk wrote: "The major (LSAT prep) companies inevitably (given the huge numbers they employ) take on many instructors of less than stellar intellect…provide them with limited training and suffer from high instructor turnover."
If you don't have classrooms, you don't have to hire subpar instructors to fill a classroom in a market where no top-notch candidates are available. While instructors whose test scores were as low as the 90th percentile or even below may be hired to teach classroom-based LSAT courses, online-first companies can afford to restrict hiring to 99th-percentile scorers (that's especially important for the LSAT, where many top law schools' lowest-scoring admittees reached the 97th percentile).
A High-Quality Curriculum Works Anywhere
As for curriculum quality, standardized tests are a known entity. The most drastic changes to the SAT in years had less to do with the test than with attempts to correct for intrinsic biases in testing. The LSAT may be doing away with logic games, but analytical reasoning will remain, albeit in a different form.
The challenge, therefore, in creating an effective curriculum is twofold: First, you need to create a simple method that leads learners to correct answers, and second, you need to deliver course content in such a way that learners are able to acquire that knowledge.
The research says, and has said for years, that online learning is as good as classroom learning and sometimes even better for knowledge acquisition. So, any high-quality test preparation curriculum should serve students as well or even better online vs. in-person.
Market Manipulation Helped To Keep Classroom Test Preparation Afloat
If remote test preparation is as good or better than classroom-based prep, why hasn't this transition already occurred? The answer may be that large companies don't want change. Take, for example, the massive 2007 class-action lawsuit accusing two dominant companies of illegally creating a monopoly to drive out smaller, higher-tech competitors.
If the biggest players in any market collude to keep it from changing, change will be delayed until external factors intervene. Enter coronavirus. Industry giants will now have to scramble to catch up with online-first companies.
The Other Side Of The Coin
This industry shift carries with it a call to action for test prep companies to better serve their most economically vulnerable students. The New York Times found that absences increased more for poorer students following the forced transition to distance learning. Students of lower socioeconomic status own less reliable devices and lack access to broadband internet.
If we, as an industry, shift away from the classroom and onto the internet completely, we must address these socioeconomic disparities. Otherwise, test prep will become exactly what critics claim it is: just another way for wealthy students to get an unearned leg up. Some suggestions for my peers in the test preparation industry:
• Don't just offer scholarships — make them automatic. For students who have qualified for need-based assistance, like LSAC's fee-waiver, don't make them apply all over again. Just verify they've already qualified and then grant a scholarship.
• Test your product offerings on low-cost devices. The Huawei P20 Lite, priced under $350, is among the world's most-used smart devices. If your course isn't usable on a cheap Android phone, it is inaccessible to much of the world.
• Make your course work without data. What if a student's data plan is disconnected for nonpayment? Can they still use your app effectively by downloading enough course content from a Wi-Fi connection at school or work to later prep at home?
• Provide free access to live instruction. It doesn't cost you much to offer office hours with top instructors via Zoom, but it can benefit your students enormously.
• But don't use 'live online' as a stopgap. "Live online" requires students to log in at set times and watch instructors deliver content in real time via a webinar. By forcing students to learn at the same pace and on set schedules with limited access, this "innovation" actually shares many of the inefficiencies that plague the in-class model. Instead of this half-baked live online format, take the time to thoughtfully balance self-paced learning with free, live instructor support.
These are unprecedented times. In many ways more important than any standardized test score, the world has already changed for good. Both in test prep and in business in general, we must learn to adapt to a dramatically altered landscape.
What are you doing to prepare yourself for change in your industry? If you'd like to chat about it, let's connect. Together, we are all stronger, even at a time when in-person togetherness is impossible.
Multiple high-severity vulnerabilities affecting a number of HP business notebooks, business desktop PCs, point of sale systems, and workstations, have been sitting unpatched for months on end, researchers have warned.
This could mean countless HP users are at risk of having their endpoints broken, their files stolen, or their digital accounts compromised, as all of the flaws found allow for arbitrary code execution.
What’s more, as the flaws are in the firmware, they can persist even after reinstalling the operating system, experts have warned.
According to Binarly, the company found a total of six vulnerabilities - three in July 2021 and three more in April 2022, all of which are System Management Module (SMM) memory corruption vulnerabilities.
The flaws are tracked as CVE-2022-23930 (8.2), CVE-2022-31644 (7.5), CVE-2022-31645 (8.2), CVE-2022-31646 (8.2), CVE-2022-31640 (7.5), and CVE-2022-31641 (7.5).
Since the disclosure, HP has published three security advisories for three of the flaws, and pushed three BIOS updates, fixing the flaws on some of the models.
However, the company has failed to release any patches for the devices in Elite, Zbook, or ProBook series, as well as for ProDesk, EliteDesk, and ProOne series. HP workstations, including Z1, Z2, Z4, and Zcentral, are also still vulnerable to the flaws.
Even though Binarly warned of the potential risk associated with not having patches for these flaws, the company did stress the difficulties that come with fixing vulnerabilities for a single vendor.
“As a result of the complexity of the firmware supply chain, there are gaps that are difficult to close on the manufacturing end since it involves issues beyond the control of the device vendors,” it said in its report.
TechRadar Pro has reached out to HP for a comment on when it plans on releasing fixes for the affected devices, and will update the article if we receive a reply.
As VR (virtual reality) looks to transform itself into an increasingly more mobile (aka convenient) experience HP has debuted a novel solution to the wires and tethers associated with VR today – a backpack.
At SIGGRAPH 2017, HP announced the HP Z VR Backpack, a 10-lb, wearable PC with enough horsepower for both experiencing and creating VR content. While it is easy to imagine the entertainment potential of the Z VR, HP has made it clear that it wants its new wearable PC to be catalyst for bringing more robust VR experiences to business and enterprise first and foremost. Safer simulation and training, virtual walkthroughs for architectural design, and better collaboration in virtual environments for product designers, are just a few of the use cases cited by HP.
At its core the Z VR Backpack is a Windows 10 PC with an Intel Core i7 processor, 32 GB of SDRAM, a Nvidia Quadro P5200 GPU, and up to 1 TB of internal storage. It measures in at 13.11 x 9.29 x 2.39 inches and weighs 10.25 lbs according to specs released by HP. The backpack is powered by a 55Whr lithium-ion battery and features two, external portable 74 Whr hot-swappable batteries. The Z VR can also be docked and serve as a desktop PC.
If you've had a chance to try VR for product design you know that the cords and wires can make for a very cumbersome (and potentially unsafe) work experience, particularly with multiple users operating in the same physical space. Without some sort of handy rig overhead to manage the wires and someone to spot you and hold the cords connecting your headset and controllers to the workstation, it only takes a few turns before you end up wrapped in cable clutter.
Placing VR into a backpack form factor goes a long way in addressing the cable clutter issues, but in hands-on demonstrations at SIGGRAPH it feels like comfort is still a big issue. At 10 lbs the backpack itself is not terribly heavy, but it is just heavy enough to be noticeable and one wonders how it will play out with extended use – particularly if adapted to more physically demanding tasks like entertainment (live-action shooting games) or design sessions that require prolonged standing.
The other issue, which to be fair is completely outside of HP's control, is the weight of the headset. The latest version of the HTC Vive weighs in at just over a pound. That may not sound significant but it becomes very noticeable when it's attached to your moving head (also consider a pair of memorizing glasses only weighs about 30-40 grams). Anyone that has ever worked out will tell you that adding a total of about 11 lbs to your bodyweight can have a significant impact.
But headsets are only promising to get lighter. Kopin, a manufacturer of lightweight displays, recently unveiled a reference design, codenamed Elf VR, that will used patented microdisplay panels to create a VR headset the company estimates will be about 50% lighter than headsets currently available.
The move to untethered VR with internal tracking must also be considered. Oculus and HTC have promised the next generation of their headsets will be wireless and companies including Microsoft and Qualcomm are working with partners to deliver untethered headsets as well. A lightweight, wireless headset that delivers the same fidelity as a tethered headset could make the placement of a workstation entirely irrelevant.
Depending on how long it takes for wireless VR products to roll out wide, HP's backpack could catch on with customers too impatient for untethered solutions. We'll have to wait and see whether the backpack PC becomes a standard or a footnote, but for now it may offer a good intermediary step toward fully free VR.
What do you think of HP's VR Backpack solution? Let us know in the comments.
Chris Wiltz is the Managing Editor of Design News.
A newer option for CFA test prep, Salt Solutions launched its Beta platform for CFA Level I test prep in late 2020. The company is now officially out of Beta, and the full CFA learning experience is available for Levels I and II (Level III will be available in 2022).
Salt Solutions knows it’s tough to stay focused on a large volume of material with limited study time, so it breaks it into small chunks to complete in 10 to 30 minutes. Salt Solutions also improves the study process by showing you which steps are most important. While the platform offers flexibility, the scheduler also sets weekly goals to keep you on track.
The platform has a user-friendly interface with a light or dark mode, making it easier on your eyes after long hours of studying. The platform currently includes assignment questions, downloadable videos, and a scheduler with weekly goals to stay on track.
Although Salt Solutions doesn’t have a proven track record yet, the user-friendly and thoughtfully designed software looks promising, particularly for those tired of staring at textbooks. Passing all three CFA exams isn’t easy, and Salt Solutions may be a good option for those struggling to buckle down and focus.
Overall, Magoosh is our top choice because it offers an extensive GMAT prep course for a reasonable price. The $249 course includes a year of access to course materials and comes with a 50-point score improvement guarantee. It’s not the cheapest or the most robust course, but it does a good job of balancing cost and value for future GMAT test-takers.
If you plan to take the GMAT, a GMAT prep course or study guide may be an essential resource. Some students may get by with only a test prep book, but online classes with live help, practice exams, and large libraries of practice questions help others achieve a higher score. Magoosh does a good job of catering to various learning styles and needs without breaking the bank.
|Magoosh Best Overall||$219, $249, $599||Online||50 points||1-year access|
|GMAT Official Starter Kit Best Free Course||Free||Online||None||Unlimited|
|Kaplan Best Online Course||$999 or $1,599||Online self-paced or online live instruction (in-person also available)||Score improvement||6 months|
|Princeton Review Best In-Person Course||$1,399 to $1,999||Live online or in-person instruction||Score improvement or 700+ score (depends on course)||1.5 months of class plus materials for longer|
|TestMasters Best Score Improvement Guarantee||$899 to $2,999||Online, classroom, or private one-on-one||100 points||4 months|
|PrepScholar Best on a Budget||$99 to $399||Online||60 points||2 to 4 months|
To pick the best GMAT prep courses, it’s a good idea to look at course materials, the number of practice exams and questions, cost, score improvement guarantees, and duration as top factors.
GMAT prep courses are not the only way to study for the GMAT, but they are an important option for many future GMAT participants. GMAT prep courses are worthwhile to anyone who wants to do better on the GMAT test and doesn't trust themselves to study well using only books and other non-course resources. Depending on your needs, there’s likely a GMAT prep course that meets your budget, schedule, and learning style.
The GMAT is the Graduate Management Admissions Test. This test is the standard entrance test for Masters in Business Administration (MBA) programs worldwide. The GMAT is a computer-based test including multiple-choice questions and an essay section. GMAT scores range from 200 to 800, with an average score of around 565. Every university has different MBA admission requirements, so you should check your desired programs for typical undergraduate grades and GMAT scores for admission.
GMAT prep courses teach both the content included in the GMAT test and test-taking skills to help you succeed with the GMAT format. Class-style instruction, practice tests, and trial questions prepare future GMAT takers with the knowledge and skills to earn their best possible score on the exam. Depending on the GMAT prep course you choose, you may get a score improvement guarantee of up to 100 points over past attempts.
While there are free GMAT preparation resources available, most GMAT-bound individuals would likely benefit from a paid GMAT prep course. Among the courses we reviewed, costs ranged from $69 for basic, self-guided online programs to around $3,000 for a one-on-one, personalized course experience. Quality courses start at about $250 for online, self-guided lessons and materials. Many course providers offer additional tutoring and one-on-one instruction for an additional cost.
To pick the best GMAT prep courses, we looked at the details of 10 popular course providers, focusing on materials, cost, duration, and learner outcomes. Courses with extensive question banks, multiple practice exams, and long durations fared best in our ratings. The cost was a factor but carried less weight, as MBA programs may cost as much as six figures, and GMAT prep is a relatively small expense, even in the $3,000 range. Only well-reputed test preparation companies were included in our final results.
HP announced a new range of ZBook mobile workstations today, all of which use the new eighth-generation H-series Intel processors that were announced earlier this week. The new chips are hexa-core and quad-core depending on the SKU, and they're built on Intel's 14nm++ Coffee Lake architecture.
While we've seen various devices with the new chips, most of them have focused on gaming, such as Dell's new Alienware and G-series laptops, and Samsung's new Odyssey. These use Nvidia GeForce graphics, but being that HP's new laptops are focused on being workstations, they'll be using Quadro.
The new PCs are the ZBook 15, ZBook 15v, ZBook 17, ZBook Studio, and ZBook Studio x360, and they all offer something a little different.
The ZBook 15 and 15v both come with a 15.6-inch display that's offered in 1080p and 4K flavors, and anything between a quad-core Core i5 and a hexa-core Xeon processor. The 15v is for those looking for more value, so the GPU option is a 2GB Quadro P600, whereas the ZBook 15 offers up to 4GB Quadro P2000 graphics.
The ZBook 17 is the real powerhouse though. Offering the same quad- and hexa-core processor options, graphics can be configured with up to a 16GB Nvidia Quadro P5200 GPU. It also comes with up to 64GB of RAM and 2TB of internal storage. The display is a 17.3-inch IPS LCD, which comes in 1080p or 4K options.
And then there's the ZBook Studio and Studio x360, the latter being a 360-degree convertible. And with 4GB Quadro P1000 graphics in the x360 and up to a Xeon E-2186M vPro processor, it's easily one of the most powerful convertible PCs on the market. They also are offered with HP's Sure View display, which prevents people from looking over your shoulder and spying on what you're looking at.
All of the mobile workstations announced today will be coming in the beginning of May. The ZBook 15v will start at $949, the ZBook Studio will start at $1,299, and the ZBook Studio x360 will start at $1,499. Pricing for the ZBook 15 and 17 will be announced at a later date.
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Some Special Points from Table of Contents:
â¢ Executive Summary
o Market overview
â¢ Market Landscape
o Market ecosystem
o Value chain analysis
â¢ Market Sizing
o Market definition
o Market segment analysis
o Market size 2020
o Market outlook: Forecast for 2020 - 2025
â¢ Five Forces Analysis
o Five forces summary
o Bargaining power of buyers
o Bargaining power of suppliers
o Threat of new entrants
o Threat of substitutes
o Threat of rivalry
o Market condition
â¢ Market Segmentation by Product
o Market segments
o Comparison by Product
o University exams - Market size and forecast 2020-2025
o Certification exams - Market size and forecast 2020-2025
o High school exams - Market size and forecast 2020-2025
o Elementary exams - Market size and forecast 2020-2025
o Other exams - Market size and forecast 2020-2025
o Market opportunity by Product
â¢ Market Segmentation by End-user
o Market segments
o Comparison by End user
o Post-secondary - Market size and forecast 2020-2025
o K 12 - Market size and forecast 2020-2025
o Market opportunity by End user
â¢ Market Segmentation by Learning Method
o Market segments
o Comparison by Learning method
o Offline learning - Market size and forecast 2020-2025
o Online learning - Market size and forecast 2020-2025
o Market opportunity by Learning Method
â¢ Customer Landscape
o Market drivers
o Market challenges
o Market trends
â¢ Vendor Landscape
o Vendor landscape
o Landscape disruption
â¢ Vendor Analysis
o Vendors covered
o Market positioning of vendors
o Aakash Educational Services Ltd.
o Bansal Classes Kota
o CL Educate Ltd.
o FIITJEE Ltd.
o Kaplan Inc.
o Pearson Plc
o Testbook Edu Solutions Pvt Ltd
o Think and Learn Pvt. Ltd.
o Toppr Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
o Triumphant Institute Of Management Education Pvt. Ltd.
o Scope of the report
o Currency conversion rates for US$
o Research methodology
o List of abbreviations
â¢1: Key Finding 1
â¢2: Key Finding 2
â¢3: Key Finding 5
â¢4: Key Finding 6
â¢5: Key Finding 7
â¢6: Key Finding 8
â¢7: Parent market
â¢8: Market characteristics
â¢9: Offerings of vendors included in the market definition
â¢10: Market segments
â¢11: Global - Market size and forecast 2020 - 2025 ($ million)
â¢12: Global market: Year-over-year growth 2020 - 2025 (%)
â¢13: Five forces analysis 2020 and 2025
â¢14: Bargaining power of buyers
â¢15: Bargaining power of suppliers
â¢16: Threat of new entrants
â¢17: Threat of substitutes
â¢18: Threat of rivalry
â¢19: Market condition - Five forces 2020
â¢20: Product - Market share 2020-2025 (%)
â¢21: Comparison by Product
â¢22: University exams - Market size and forecast 2020-2025 ($ million)
â¢23: University exams - Year-over-year growth 2020-2025 (%)
â¢24: Certification exams - Market size and forecast 2020-2025 ($ million)
â¢25: Certification exams - Year-over-year growth 2020-2025 (%)
â¢26: High school exams - Market size and forecast 2020-2025 ($ million)
â¢27: High school exams - Year-over-year growth 2020-2025 (%)
â¢28: Elementary exams - Market size and forecast 2020-2025 ($ million)
â¢29: Elementary exams - Year-over-year growth 2020-2025 (%)
â¢30: Other exams - Market size and forecast 2020-2025 ($ million)
â¢31: Other exams - Year-over-year growth 2020-2025 (%)
â¢32: Market opportunity by Product
â¢33: End user - Market share 2020-2025 (%)
â¢34: Comparison by End user
â¢35: Post secondary - Market size and forecast 2020-2025 ($ million)
â¢36: Post secondary - Year-over-year growth 2020-2025 (%)
â¢37: K 12 - Market size and forecast 2020-2025 ($ million)
â¢38: K 12 - Year-over-year growth 2020-2025 (%)
â¢39: Market opportunity by End user
â¢40: Other1 - Market share 2020-2025 (%)
â¢41: Comparison by Other1
â¢42: Offline learning - Market size and forecast 2020-2025 ($ million)
â¢43: Offline learning - Year-over-year growth 2020-2025 (%)
â¢44: Online learning - Market size and forecast 2020-2025 ($ million)
â¢45: Online learning - Year-over-year growth 2020-2025 (%)
â¢46: Market opportunity by Other1
â¢47: Customer landscape
â¢48: Impact of drivers and challenges
â¢49: Vendor landscape
â¢50: Landscape disruption
â¢51: Industry risks
â¢52: Vendors covered
â¢53: Market positioning of vendors
â¢54: Aakash Educational Services Ltd. - Overview
â¢55: Aakash Educational Services Ltd. - Product and service
â¢56: Aakash Educational Services Ltd. - Key offerings
â¢57: Aakash Educational Services Ltd. - Key customers
â¢58: Aakash Educational Services Ltd. - Segment focus
â¢59: Bansal Classes Kota - Overview
â¢60: Bansal Classes Kota - Product and service
â¢61: Bansal Classes Kota - Key offerings
â¢62: Bansal Classes Kota - Key customers
â¢63: Bansal Classes Kota - Segment focus
â¢64: CL Educate Ltd. - Overview
â¢65: CL Educate Ltd. - Business segments
â¢66: CL Educate Ltd. - Key offerings
â¢67: CL Educate Ltd. - Key customers
â¢68: CL Educate Ltd. - Segment focus
â¢69: FIITJEE Ltd. - Overview
â¢70: FIITJEE Ltd. - Product and service
â¢71: FIITJEE Ltd. - Key offerings
â¢72: FIITJEE Ltd. - Key customers
â¢73: FIITJEE Ltd. - Segment focus
â¢74: Kaplan Inc. - Overview
â¢75: Kaplan Inc. - Product and service
â¢76: Kaplan Inc. - Key offerings
â¢77: Kaplan Inc. - Key customers
â¢78: Kaplan Inc. - Segment focus
â¢79: Pearson Plc - Overview
â¢80: Pearson Plc - Business segments
â¢81: Pearson Plc - Key offerings
â¢82: Pearson Plc - Key customers
â¢83: Pearson Plc - Segment focus
â¢84: Testbook Edu Solutions Pvt Ltd - Overview
â¢85: Testbook Edu Solutions Pvt Ltd - Product and service
â¢86: Testbook Edu Solutions Pvt Ltd - Key offerings
â¢87: Testbook Edu Solutions Pvt Ltd - Key customers
â¢88: Testbook Edu Solutions Pvt Ltd - Segment focus
â¢89: Think and Learn Pvt. Ltd. - Overview
â¢90: Think and Learn Pvt. Ltd. - Business segments
â¢91: Think and Learn Pvt. Ltd. - Key offerings
â¢92: Think and Learn Pvt. Ltd. - Key customers
â¢93: Think and Learn Pvt. Ltd. - Segment focus
â¢94: Toppr Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Overview
â¢95: Toppr Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Product and service
â¢96: Toppr Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Key offerings
â¢97: Toppr Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Key customers
â¢98: Toppr Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - Segment focus
â¢99: Triumphant Institute Of Management Education Pvt. Ltd. - Overview
â¢100: Triumphant Institute Of Management Education Pvt. Ltd. - Product and service
â¢101: Triumphant Institute Of Management Education Pvt. Ltd. - Key offerings
â¢102: Triumphant Institute Of Management Education Pvt. Ltd. - Key customers
â¢103: Triumphant Institute Of Management Education Pvt. Ltd. - Segment focus
â¢104: Currency conversion rates for US$
â¢105: Research Methodology
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