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New Sonos speakers, MateBook X Pro reviewed, and we talk to the inventor of a lamp for dyslexia sufferers - Pocket-lint ep. 52

Season 2, Ep. 52

Well here we are, at episode 52 of our weekly Pocket-lint Podcast - we’ve made it to our 1st year anniversary. We hope you’ve enjoyed listening to it as much as we’ve enjoyed making it. 


It the last 12 months we’ve learnt so much and had some amazing guests, so make sure you check out our previous episodes. 


This week, senior editor of news, Rik, furnishes us with all the details from Sonos' major range refresh, including the Sonos Arc soundbar, new version of the Sub, Sonos Five speaker, and next generation Sonos S2 software.


Stuart then talks to the inventor of a new desk lamp that can help dyslexic sufferers read normally for the first time. 


And, Pocket-lint reviews editor Mike, joins to give his verdict on the Huawei MateBook X Pro laptop. Does it benefit from the new 10th Generation Intel processor? Stay tuned to find out. 


You can find out more details here.


01:00 - Rik and Stuart talk Sonos launch

6:50 - Jean-Baptiste Fontes interview

16:54 - Mike reviews the Huawei MateBook X Pro laptop


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Hosted by Stuart Miles

Production and editing by Stuart Miles

Guests: Rik Henderson, Mike Lowe, and Jean-Baptiste Fontes

Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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