We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac Bowden and Daniel Rubino have gone hands on with the products announced at Microsoft's epic Surface event in New York. The presentation was a combination of what is soon to become available combined with a glimpse of what the future holds for Microsoft users, including the return of Andromeda....
Microsoft has today taken the wraps off a new edition of Windows 10 that has been rebuilt from the ground up using Windows 10 Core Technologies. Known as Windows 10X, this modern version of Windows 10 is designed for new foldable PC device form factors, which are expected to start shipping later next year.
Microsoft's 2019 Surface event is now in the books, and it was one heck of a ride. Here's a recap of everything the company announced, from the new Surface Pro X to Windows 10X and our first peek at the dual-screen Surface Neo and Surface Duo.
In addition to all of the announcements for Surface hardware that will go on sale soon, Microsoft also gave us a sneak peek of the Surface Neo, a foldable Surface running its latest Windows flavor, dubbed Windows 10X.
While Microsoft kept things safe with its new Surface Pro 7, the new Surface Pro X represents a radical design overhaul that may just be the future of the Surface Pro lineup. Plus, it's the first Surface to run Windows 10 on ARM.
Microsoft's new Surface Earbuds rock gesture support and a unique look. They sport similar features to Microsoft's Surface Headphones but come in a much smaller form factor that competes with Apple's Airpods.
Back in 2014, Microsoft came incredibly close to launching a mini Surface alongside the Surface Pro 3 but ultimately decided to cancel the device just weeks before it was set to go on sale. It's a device many people were looking forward to at the time, so its cancelation was a huge blow to fans. Since then, the device has leaked in a few images and renders, but an in-depth look at the devices' hardware has never been done, until now.
Microsoft is planning to unveil a new ARM-powered Surface at a hardware event in New York City this week, and renders of the device, alongside other Surface hardware also being announced, have finally leaked in the form of renders.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac Bowden and Daniel Rubino chat about their 11th hour expectations for Microsoft's event on October 2. They also discuss the milestone of 900 million Windows 10 devices. Finally, they review iPhone 11 from the perspective of a Microsoft user.