We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, riding the wave of new hardware products, Dan and Zac continue to evaluate Surface Earbuds, Surface Go 2, and Surface Book 3. They also discuss Zac's scoop about Surface Duo's specs. It's not just about what it has, but what it doesn't have as well. They wrap up the episode by pointing out some interesting sessions scheduled for Microsoft Build.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on May 18th 2020.
- Surface Headphones 2, Surface Earbuds preorders now available at Best Buy
- Surface Go 2 review: Core m3 makes all the difference, but it's just barely enough | Windows Central
- Benchmarks: Surface Book 3 15-inch with GTX 1660 Ti shows promising boost in performance | Windows Central
- Surface Duo specs: 11MP camera, Snapdragon 855, 6GB RAM and more | Windows Central
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