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Yes, it was that time of year. After you have voted / guaranteed that your out of office ballot has been received (for our readers in the US), you can view the results or… do anything else. That includes reading the first sections of our 2020 holiday gift guide, which includes advice on today’s best tech products for kids, laptops and tablets, related PC gaming items and accessories for computers and phones.

Just a thought.

– Richard Lawler

Probably about the Mac.

Apple Invitations

Apple held two virtual events this fall, but the company is not yet complete. Next Tuesday, November 10, the company will host an event called One More Thing. Since the iPad, Apple Watch, and iPhone are the stars of the past event, it looks like the event will focus on the Mac. More specifically, we can get our first glimpse of an Apple Silicon Mac that anyone can actually buy. As reported from BloombergWe can see three new Macs with Apple-made processors: the new 13-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro and the new 13-inch MacBook Air. Sources said the design will not change – just internal specifications.

The event starts again from afar, at 10am PT / 1pm ET and we’ll get the news live as it happens.
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And, yes, it has a bigger battery than the DualShock 4.

PS5 DualSense

One of the PS5’s most compelling features is the controller’s ability to help you feel a variety of in-game situations with its adaptive triggers. Now, TronicsFix has separated the DualSense controller to show us how those adaptive triggers work and in the other internal components of the device.

The video shows how the activation system uses several gears to alter its drag, allowing it to simulate different sensations. Perhaps equally important (or more, in my opinion), the tear note noted that the DualSense has a larger battery than the PS4’s DualShock 4 controller.
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This is just the beginning of this year’s ultraportables.

ZenBook Flip S

ZenBook Flip S has almost everything you’d expect in a next-generation laptop, with a stunning 4K OLED display and some good horsepower thanks to Intel’s integrated Vehicle graphics. It also lacks a headphone jack and has some old-style big bezels around the display.
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