Microsoft is building a dual-screen Surface PC that runs a new variant of Windows known as Windows 10X that will be launching to the public at the end of 2020. Right now, information around the Surface Neo is light, and that seems to be a deliberate move by to keep fans interested, and also not to give competitors an advantage by beating them to market. So, to keep everything it all in one handy place, we've written up everything we know about the Surface Neo.
A recently published patent from Microsoft illustrates how the Surface Neo can switch between input methods without a person having to manually switch the device's mode. The patent explains that a person can seamlessly switch between pen input and trackpad movement on a device's display.
A lot of research goes into creating Surface devices, and a newly leaked video gives us a peek at that process for the Surface Duo and Surface Neo. The video shows how Microsoft used a combination of wrist sensors and electroencephalogram readings to measure their comfort and usability.
Microsoft has today shared more information regarding app development for the upcoming Windows 10X operating system, as well as how developers can adapt Android apps to support Microsoft’s Surface Duo. Foldable and dual-screen devices offer new ways for app developers to present their apps through functionality such as spanning, and Microsoft wants developers to be ready for when these...
Today's Microsoft Developer Day is a chance for developers to learn the best ways to optimize app experience for Windows 10X, the Surface Neo, and the Surface Duo. It's also a chance for us to gawk at Microsoft's new dual-screen efforts.
A newly published patent shows a design for a device with a foldable display. The patent appears similar to other folding designs that we've seen from Microsoft, as well as a patent published from Dell.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, developers can start writing apps for Surface Duo thanks to a newly released SDK, and the Windows 10X SDK isn't far behind. Enthusiasts can even check out a Surface Duo emulator on Windows 10 to get a feel for what the device will be like.
A patent reveals designs from Microsoft on how to make a detachable keyboard work with touchscreen devices like the Surface Neo. If this patent is what's used in the Neo, then it's a clever pairing of two pieces of hardware that make the system work.
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This year is going to be a big one for Microsoft, from the launch of the Xbox Series X to the Surface Duo and Neo, Windows 10X, and beyond. Here's a look at everything we're looking forward to in 2020.