With Surface Neo's hardware not doing much these days, putting Android on it may be the best option.
Microsoft ended support for quite a few products and services this year. From gaming to productivity, here are the most noteworthy things that Microsoft killed off in 2021.
Intel discontinued its Lakefield series of processors. CPUs from the Lakefield series power thin and light devices such as the Surface Neo, Lenovo X1 Fold, and a model of the Galaxy Book S.
Microsoft's listing for the Surface Neo recently dropped the phrase "Coming Holiday 2020." We already suspected the delay, but the update to the store listing confirms it.
People won't have to jump between input modes on the Surface Neo if the tech in a recent patent is used.
An upcoming Surface device could have a third screen, according to a patent from Microsoft. The potential device would have a thin screen over the hinge between two larger screens.
Which is better displays that bend in half or just have dual-screens that behave as one? At least when it comes to cost and durability Microsoft's dual-screen approach is the better bet. Here's why.
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