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In the June issue

On the cover of the June issue is Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 foldable prototype. Find out why it may have killed the laptop for one editor. In the features section, find out how Windows and Chrome quietly made 2019 the year of Linux on the desktop. Plus, we lay out the best free PC games currently on the market.

Other highlights include:

  • News: Samsung pushes back Galaxy Fold release to ‘run further internal tests’ following poor reviews
  • Hands on with HP’s Omen X 2S 15: The world’s first dual-screen gaming laptop
  • Acer Predator Triton 500 Review: This thin and light laptop even has GeForce RTX
  • Graphics Cards: The best cards ranked, from fastest to slowest
  • Here’s How: Should you buy a laptop with 8th-gen or 9th-gen Core CPU? It’s all about cores and clocks
  • More Here’s How: 5 How to stop your iPhone videos from turning into a blurry mess on Android phones (and vice versa)

Video highlights

Watch: Last Cam Standing is PCWorld’s video series that determines the best phone camera for still images in a King-of-the-hill style battle. In the latest episode, Samsung’s Galaxy S10+, the Nokia 9 Pureview, and Google’s Pixel 3 take on the current champion – Apple’s iPhone XS.

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