Windows Central Podcast 161: CES, foldables, and Xbox Series X
On this episode of the Windows Central Podcast: CES, foldables, Xbox Series X!
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Daniel Rubino just flew back home from CES 2020, and boy are his arms tired! He teams up with Zac Bowden to share some of the most interesting products and concepts from the show floor, including a deluge of new PC laptops. The guys also look at some of the latest intel on Xbox Series X.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on January 10th 2020.
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Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.
I treasure you guys, but you have to admit--there's something hilarious about you saying "But why no USB-C!?", Realizing there's nothing that you can plug into USB-C on an Xbox yet (and that anything that you can plug into USB-C will just be done through an adapter, because it'll come out with USB-A), and then going, "Okay, so you wouldn't use it...but...but...2030! Think of 2030!" I laughed so hard I had to take our my ancient dinosaur wired earplugs. Still, great show.
I can understand that, however I think having both isn't a terrible idea, I mean, there's nothing wrong with the current A to C cables for things like headphones, or controllers, or whatever. Yes pretty much any device I buy now with a wall plug uses a C to C cable, but I still have dozens of older cables which I'd rather utilise for as long as possible.