htxt.africast – The future of foldable tech

As we head into the last quarter of the year, the africast returns this week to talk about foldables as more companies adopt them for all manner of devices.

Before the main topic this week we start with The Last of Us Part I, a remake of the famous game which is now available on PlayStation 5 and will come to PC some time in the future.

Our review is of course linked to below, as well as everything else discussed this week, but the overall impression here is that it’s the best way to play the game in exchange for a massive price tag.

Next up is another iteration on a classic in the form of the Logitech G502 X, taking over from the venerable Logitech G502. Again we have a review for our full impressions, but, unlike The Last of Us Part I, this isn’t a strict upgrade.

Finally for local news Uber has announced that it will stop Uber Eats deliveries to parts of Soweto due to safety concerns. This is an unfortunate situation for everyone involved and hopefully this will improve in the future.

Our main topic this week – folding displays – has seen Asus and Lenovo unveil devices you wouldn’t expect to make use of the tech. With massive prices and dubious usability, we look at the whole situation to see if foldables really have a place in the future of tech, or if it’s just a fad to drum up publicity.

You can see the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold in the header image above, looking suitably futuristic.

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