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Joe Biden tackles PS5 shortage, Xiaomi Redmi novelties and TCL’s folding concept


Did you miss the news yesterday? The Tech’spresso of the day allows you to catch up with the essentials of Thursday, February 25: Joe Biden wants to tackle the shortage of components in tech, Xiaomi presents plenty of Redmi novelties and TCL unveils a very interesting folding concept. To not miss the news, you can subscribe to the Frandroid newsletter.

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PS5, electric cars, GeForce: the shortage is in the viewfinder of Joe Biden

New US President Joe Biden is worried about the potential impact of the severe shortage currently affecting the tech market on the health of the US economy. Following a request from several giants, including Sony, the president issued an executive order to diagnose the entire United States supply chain in components.

The US government is allowing itself 100 days to make this assessment and attempt to resolve this shortage. After all, the president might also want his PlayStation 5.

Redmi unveils smartphones, headphones, PCs and a 4K TV

Thursday was a big day for Redmi. The Xiaomi brand has unveiled a lot of new products in China. It presented its new Redmi AirDots 3 headphones, but also its flagships Redmi K40 equipped with a Snapdragon 888 and RedmiBook laptops incorporating an unusual 90 Hz screen on computers. We especially remember the Redmi Max 86 television which ticks all the boxes, or almost: 4K, DCI-P3, HDR, HDMI 2.1, 120 Hz.

Xiaomi Redmi MAX 86

Xiaomi Redmi MAX 86 // Gamesdone : Xiaomi

And that’s not all, Xiaomi has also unveiled the presentation date of the highly anticipated Redmi Note 10.

TCL adds keyboard and stand to its folding shelf

The Chinese brand TCL continues to multiply the demonstrations of folding products. This time, it’s a tablet that can be folded in several places. This notably allows TCL to offer an integrated keyboard, but also an adjustable foot which is reminiscent of Microsoft’s Surface tablet. An interesting concept to say the least.

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