We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Daniel tests RTX Voice from NVIDIA — It provides realtime, AI-based noise reduction for live streaming and other applications. In fact, this week's episode has no additional processing on his voice other than volume leveling to match Zac.
New Surface product announcements are coming soon, so the dynamic duo discuss what to expect. Leaked images of the upcoming Dell XPS 15 confirm design changes. They wrap up with a conversation about Apple's likely transition to ARM processors for their macOS-based systems and what that could mean in the Windows universe.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on April 24th 2020.
- How to set up and use RTX Voice on all NVIDIA GPUs — including older GeForce GTX cards | Windows Central
- Surface Go 2 specs allegedly leak, showing significant internal upgrades | Windows Central
- XPS 15, Latitude leaked images confirm suspected design changes | Windows Central
- Why Apple is right to dump Intel for ARM in some MacBooks | Windows Central
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