Now that Canonical has released Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, we’re starting to see Ubuntu-based Linux distributions release their own updates. Case in point: Linux PC maker System76 has released Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS which brings kernel, desktop environment, and app updates, along with some new features that are specific to Pop!_OS.

In other tech news from around the web, in a massive leak that feels kind of familiar, somebody appears to have left an unannounced Google Pixel Watch in a restaurant, Retro Games Corps has reviewed the Anbernic RG503 handheld game console that went on sale for $135 recently, and the TCL NXTPAPER 10S tablet that was announced in January with a “paper-like” display appears to just have an LCD screen covered with a matte screen protector to reduce glare.

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2 replies on “Lilbits: Pixel Watch, Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS, TCL NXTPAPER 10S tablet, and an Anbernic RG503 handheld review”

  1. GSMarena and many other sites describes the display as being NCVM IPS. I’m fairly certain NCVM is “nonconductive vacuum metallization”. In other words, yeah, it really is an LCD with a reflective surface behind it, and I think Good e-reader might be misunderstanding it a little.

    1. No, wait, I’m misunderstanding it. But that’s because TCL’s original nxtpaper tablet that they never released actually was like that, but this appears to just be backlit. Same name, completely different technologies.

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