The COVID-19 Coronavirus leaves Apple's iPhone timeline up in the air, Microsoft releases more Xbox Series X technical specifications, Bethesda pulls games from GeForce Now, the HyperX Cloud Flight S gaming headset charges on its left side, Samsung's T7 Touch SSD offers fingerprint security, Patrick recommends the Anker PowerCore Essential 20000, and much more on This Week in Computer Hardware episode 555!
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