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Will Nintendo NX’s hybrid design be a game-changer? The Refresh

Welcome to The Refresh, a weekly series from TrustedReviews where we pick out the week’s highlights from the tech world.

This week’s top story:

Nintendo NXNintendo’s next-generation console, codenamed NX is reported to be a hybrid portable console powered by Nvidia’s Tegra X1 processor, according to reports from Eurogamer.

It’s rumoured the NX’s hybrid design will feature detachable controllers – so you could use it like a Nintendo DS and and then dock it at home to play on your big TV – offering a seamless transition between handheld and home gaming.

It’s also been predicted the NX will use cartridges instead of optical discs.

The NX is expected to be unveiled in September followed by a March 2017 launch.

Also in the news this week:

iPhone 7 – Leaked images suggest the new iPhone will come in three versions: the iPhone 7, 7 Plus and all-new 7 Pro with a dual-camera and smart connector. We’re expecting Apple to unveil the iPhone 7 on September 9th, with a launch in the following week.

F1 2016 – Michael Passingham (@MrPassingham) has been in the driver’s seat playing F1 2016 from Codemasters with new and improved AI being the standout feature.

Head-to-Head Debate – Andy Vandervell (@AndyVan) and Ced Yuen (@CedYuen) went Head-to-Head this week over whether now is a good time to buy a 4K TV.

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#AskTrustedLive – We were answering your questions Live on Facebook for our new #AskTrusted series. Richard Easton (@ChocoJetPack) and Alastair Stevenson (@MonkeyGuru) were in the hot seats discussing the iPhone 7, Xbox One S, fitness wearables and much more.

Related: LG OLED65E6 65-inch 4K HDR TV Review

Tune in next Friday for another episode of The Refresh with Tom Honeyands (@TheTechChap).

We hope you enjoyed the show and please let us know what you’d like to see in the comments.

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