Will there be a Surface Laptop 2018 refresh and what's Windows ML? #AskDanWindows 45
Machine learning, laptops, and RAM are all fun things to talk about.
Another week and another batch of questions from you for me to try and answer.
This week I'll try to talk about Windows ML (it's OK if you don't know what it is), a Surface Laptop refresh, and what about getting more RAM into the Surface Book 2?
Grab your beverage of choice, check it out, and don't forget to share!
Audience questions for Episode 45
- Any rumors for Microsoft to offer increased RAM options in the Surface lineup, such as 32GB in Surface Book 2? - Joe B.
- Any sense if there will be a Surface Laptop refresh coming out of Build this year and any hope there will be a Kaby Lake R chipset or improved SSD tech in there? - @richmanab
- How does Microsoft plan to take advantage of #Windows ML? What kind of abilities could it have? -@tauheedul
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