We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, the Surface Pro X with the new SQ2 processor is here, and it's the most platinum computer Microsoft has ever made. Dan and Zac review Surface Laptop Go and talk about a new Windows 10 build for Insiders, plus using Bing on Xbox.
They also evaluate Apple's lineup of iPhone 12 models and how they stack up for Microsoft users. Finally, they introduce a new segment called "Thing of the Week"!
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on October 16th 2020.
- Surface Pro X in platinum with new SQ2 processor arrives October 13th for $1,499 | Windows Central
- Surface Laptop Go review: This delightful mini PC gets (almost) everything right | Windows Central
- New Windows 10 build rolls out to Insiders, but it's just a test without features | Windows Central
- Bing has a new Xbox app, and you might actually want it | Windows Central
- iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12: Release date, price, features, and more | iMore
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