Thursday, November 26

New travel certificate, Xiaomi Mi 4K Laser in France and strong demand for the PS5

If this week saw the birth of a second confinement in France, other news also marked this week of October 26. This is the case with the arrival on the French market of Xiaomi’s Mi 4K Laser projector, but also Sony’s pessimistic forecasts for PS5 stocks.

PlayStation 5 could be out of stock quickly

The PlayStation 5 could be quickly out of stock // Gamesdone: Sony

Xiaomi Mi 4K Laser made official in France

Already launched last year in China, Xiaomi’s ultra short throw 4K projector is now available in France. This Mi 4K Laser of its little name allows you to enjoy an image with a diagonal of 150 inches. In other words, it greatly exceeds the 65, 75 or 85 inches that we find on TV. In addition, the manufacturer’s 4K projector offers a contrast ratio of 3000: 1 and a brightness of 1600 lumens. It is also HDR compatible. For 4K, however, it is a Full HD matrix that is offered, with XPR x4 processing. The Xiaomli Mi 4K Laser is available at a price of 1999 euros.

The travel certificate will arrive directly on TousAntiCovid during confinement

Since this Friday, the new confinement has entered into force on French territory. As in the spring, you will again need a certificate to move around during confinement, whether for a walk, to do your shopping or to accompany your children to school. There are several ways to obtain this certificate. It will obviously be printable or copied on plain paper, but the easiest way is to download it on your smartphone. As such, the TousAntiCovid application will make it possible to fill out the certificate directly during a future update, whereas today it simply refers to the dedicated page on the website of the Ministry of the Interior.

Sony warns PS5 will be hard to find

While the PlayStation 5 will be released in less than three weeks in France, Sony is already starting to calm the enthusiasm of potential buyers. It must be said that the future console of the Japanese manufacturer quickly fell out of stock at the time of pre-orders. A situation that should repeat itself once the PS5 is on the market, as stated by Jim Ryan, CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment. “It may well be that not everyone who wants to buy a PS5 on launch day can find one”, he warns straight away.

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