CES 2020 – What The Tech Ep. 461

Andrew and Paul discuss CES 2020, Sony’s first car, new laptops from HP and other PC makers, and Apple’s rumored iPhone SE 2.

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  • duncanator

    08 January, 2020 - 1:26 pm

    <p>I like this podcast but damn, consistency is not his strong suit. I'm always wondering if this is the week we get one!</p>

  • JanesJr1

    10 January, 2020 - 3:08 pm

    <p>Pual has made the comment several times, lastly here, that "there is no rationale for a two-screen display".</p><p><br></p><p>I love the website, but it's when you say things like this, you look like a word-processing-only journo with no knowledge of how other productivity workers actually work. I'm no original, just a professional financial-services worker, and I LIVE in a mobile and dual-screen world. The majority of what l do is connect info from multiple sources in order to manipulate or distill it into useful, compact reports, presentations, worksheets and emails. Cut and paste, or copy and calculate, is my inhale and exhale. To me, the SINGLE-screen tech world has no rationale.</p><p><br></p><p>I am not alone.</p><p><br></p><p>I use Win 10's snap-screen function all the time and carry a Thinkpad M-14 USB-C display with me everywhere.</p><p><br></p><p>My own question is whether the displays will be large enough. But dual-display itself is a no-brainer, a real assist, a stress-reducer.</p>


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