This week I answer questions about how Microsoft can sell HoloLens to consumers, where is Microsoft's HomeHub, and is there any chance we'll get a Surface device with a 120Hz display?
Audience questions for Episode 28
- How do you think Microsoft should sell HoloLens to consumers? - Arjun Jasyal
- What the heck happened to Microsoft's HomeHub? - Corey B.
- Any chance Microsoft will adopt 120Hz screen technology for Surface? - Chris_Kez
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