Precio del dólar hoy domingo 26 de enero de 2020

Dólar hoy domingo 26 de enero, interbancario, compra y venta de dólar en instituciones y bancos; Tipo de cambio frente al peso mexicano

México.- El precio del dólar estadounidense arrancó la mañana de hoy domingo 26 de enero del 2020 en $18.7872 pesos mexicanos. Se aprecia una alza en el dólar frente a la moneda mexicana esta mañana, por lo que su precio interbancario comenzó con $0.0035 pesos menos que el día de ayer.

Dólar a pesos en ventanilla: Compra y Venta de dólar en bancos

Sin embargo, en una comparativa más amplia de varias instituciones bancarias y oficiales, el promedio del precio a la venta o precio del dólar en ventanilla de este domingo 26 de enero es de $18.9808.

PS5 and Xbox Series X Will Hit a Graphics Dead-End

The next generation of consoles are sure to be impressive, but in the age of photorealism, don’t expect a huge leap in graphics. | Image: shutterstock.com

  • The PS5 and Xbox Series X will be with us by the end of the year.
  • While previous generations have meant an increase in graphical fidelity, gamers have been warned not to expect that this time.
  • Graphics shouldn’t be as important as visual design and mechanical improvements.

The PS5 and Xbox Series X are going to be with us soon. That means a whole new bunch of games and an increase in how good our games look. At least, that’s usually what it means.

While we’re sure to get a whole bunch of new games, a developer has warned to expect less of an update to the graphics. As we approach photo-realism, it seems more and more likely that consoles are going to hit a graphical brick wall.

The PS5 And Xbox Series X Won’t Look That Much Better Than The PS4 And Xbox One

Back in the early days of gaming, graphical improvements were massive. The jump from the PS1 to the PS2 was staggering – possibly even more so from the PS2 to the PS3. This is true across the board for game consoles.

The graphical jump from the seventh generation consoles (Xbox 360, PS3, etc) to the eight generation consoles was much smaller. Sure, games looked better, but it was nothing compared to the leaps we saw before.

Part of the reason for this is that the PS4 and Xbox One have near photorealistic graphics and textures. There really isn’t much room to move when it comes to graphical power.

While the PS5 and Xbox Series X might not look better graphically, that doesn’t mean things, in general, won’t improve.