It’s been over seven months since Lenovo wowed the world with its foldable tablet PC prototype, one that I got to touch and feel during Lenovo Tech World 2019 last November. The intriguing device finally has an official name—the ThinkPad X1 Fold, fresh out of the oven at CES 2020.
The 2019 Galaxy Note10 series marked the first time Samsung embarked on a two-model strategy for its signature stylus-laden product family, emulating the Galaxy S10 series that was unpacked in the first quarter. It looks like Samsung is expanding the Note10 family further (similarly with the Galaxy S10), with the introduction of the Galaxy Note10 Lite, joining the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+.
After a spate of online leaks, Samsung has officially announced a duo of “Lite” devices—the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy Note 10 Lite. Just like “Lite” branded labels on seemingly lesser versions of our favourite food and beverages, this new duo certainly doesn’t fall short on the spec sheets. While I can understand the introduction of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, I’m slightly baffled by the Galaxy S10 Lite, seeing that the Galaxy S10e exists to cater to shallower pockets and with the impending arrival of the next generation Galaxy S20 in February, the timing is unusual.
Virtual reality (VR) technology has improved by leaps and bounds over the years. However, if there’s one key thing missing is the tactility of the real world. With BeBop Sensors Forte Data Glove, you’ll be able to “touch” and “feel” textures and surfaces, as well as move objects in VR space, as you would in real life. And now it’s integrated for Oculus Quest, Oculus Link, Oculus Rift S, Microsoft Windows Mixed Reality, HTC Vive Cosmos, HTC Vive Pro, HTC Focus Plus, and Varjo VR headset technology.