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Xperia Z5 First Look

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If understated elegance is what Sony was going for then they hit the nail on the head with the Xperia Z5. A unibody design with unobtrusive ports and a frosted glass finish that deflects smudges – the Xperia Z5, all three of its variants – is a sight for sore eyes.

But of course there’s more to the smartphone than its looks. The Z5, Z5 Compact, and the Z5 Premium, like other Xperia flagships, are all waterproof. They also all have 23 megapixel cameras equipped with what Sony claims to be the fastest autofocus on a smartphone camera.


The solid design also didn’t stop Sony from including a microSD card slot – something Samsung opted to forego when it decided to go the unibody route in its flagship devices this year.

The Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 Compact are nearly the exact same phone. Apart from the obvious size difference (Z5 sports a 5.2-inch display while the Z5 compact has a 4.6-inch one), the only other thing the two don’t have in common is the RAM (Z5 – 3GB, Z5 Compact – 2GB and battery (Z5 – 2,900 mAH, Z5 Compact – 2,700 mAh).

The Z5 Premium sets itself apart by having the distinction of being the world’s first 4K smartphone. And while your naked eyes likely won’t be able to tell the difference between Full HD and 4K, it’s still a nice feature to boast about. Oh and the Z5 Premium and Z5 will also come in dual-sim variants. Neat.

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Mac Pro First Look: Cheese Grater

It starts at $6000

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Now on its third iteration, the Mac Pro has gone through another physical transformation — and it got its own nickname as well. Is it the ultimate workstation?

This is our first look at the 2019 Mac Pro!


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Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 First Look

Dell’s best laptop?

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This is our first look at the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1.

Way back when we first started making videos on this channel, the Dell XPS line is one whose evolution we’ve been tracking — a favorite because of its slim design and near borderless display. We’ve seen many tweaks over the years, including a two-in-one variant that offered more flexibility.


The problem is it didn’t always feel like it offered more. Well here at Computex, Dell might just have fixed this problem.

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This is the World’s First Foldable Computer by Lenovo

Will this replace the laptop?

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Three years in the making, Lenovo’s upcoming ThinkPad X1 computer is the world’s first with a flexible display. The device is still nameless, but the company believes “it will replace the laptop.”

Recently we were given some hands-on time with the prototype and suffice to say, our techie bones were tickled pink.


You can check out Michael Fisher’s video here.

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