We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and there's plenty of news this week in the world of Microsoft! New Surface products are real and available soon! Zac and Daniel cover the announcements and share their favorite features from the devices. They also chat about the future of Windows 10X, the recent and upcoming Xbox Series X events, and the Surface Duo emulator for software developers.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on April May 8th 2020.
- Windows 10X will now launch first on single-screen PCs | Windows Central
- Xbox 20/20 events will show the future of Xbox each month, Xbox Game Studios showcase coming in July | Windows Central
- Surface Duo Emulator
- Microsoft's new Surface Book 3 arrives May 21 with new Intel, NVIDIA hardware | Windows Central
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