Microsoft's yearly hardware event is just a few days away now, and what better way to anticipate it by speculating on what Microsoft might announce? Also this week, we talk new (broken) Fast Ring builds, features coming in Windows 10 Mobile, the cancelled Band 3, and more.
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- 1:41: New Broken Fast Ring Release
- 3:53: Windows 10 Mobile feature plan
- 10:04: Redstone 2 coming in March 2017
- 12:00: NYC event: What to expect
- 24:22: Microsoft Band 3 leaks
- 35:20: MSFT Earnings
- 36:22: Cache
- 40:15: HP Elite x3
- 45:34: Jade Primo
- 49:30: Vector Smartwatch
- 56:29: New Razer Blade Pro
- 58:57: HP Spectre x360 2016
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