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October 2020 is the 50th issue of NXT Magazine, and to mark this special occasion we have a bumper edition that kicks off with an exclusive look at the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, which is the sort of future tech that we drool about in our cover feature on upcoming tech trends. We’ve also extended our Gear selection for October with 10 hot new products, including Samsung’s latest Galaxy Z Fold2, the Mini Cooper Electric and new Audeze Penrose X gaming headphones. Global tech shows are back, with a hybrid format to the annual IFA tech show that saw a host of important keynotes and new gadgets launched, and we also take a look at some hot new gear such as Sony’s Alpha 7C mirrorless camera and the 1More Colorbuds. For Luxury there’s a new Big Bang watch from Hublot, a limited edition Aston Martin from the latest James Bond movie No Time To Die and a luxurious e-racing simulator rig. Also, as part of our 50th issue retrospective-tech theme in Test, we take a look at ten significant product families that we’ve tried over 50 issues, from the Huawei Mate smartphone series to Samsung’s Galaxy Note family, Canon’s EOS RF mirrorless system to Sennheiser’s sensational Momentum headphones, plus the big difference between a Sony PlayStation 4 and a PlayStation 5. Finally, our resident tech genius, the NXT Guru, takes a look at how consumer technology has changed over the last five years.

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