Windows Central Podcast 24: So many reviews

Surface Book and Xbox
Surface Book and Xbox (Image credit: Windows Central)

With the Surface Book Performance Base on sale now, Daniel Rubino gives his verdict on whether you should buy. He also gives his verdict on whether you should buy the Alcatel Idol 4s with Windows 10 too, since that's available now also. We've also got Xbox scoops and Surface accessories all on this week Windows Central Podcast!

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Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.

  • Listening on my new idol 4s, love this phone
  • Don't you think the dude on the PC screen looks like Jerry O'Connell?
  • Awesome.... Can't get enough Scorpio stuff. Eager to listen to this tomorrow.
  • Daniel, have you checked out the photos taken on the Idol 4s using ProShot or one of the other photo apps that are posted in the forum? It was a vast improvement, enough that it has persuaded me to pull the trigger.
  • I have not, but will try this week.
  • Pocket Casts seems to have stopped working for me at the moment, so I'm
    trying out the Bringcast UWP app - looking good so far.
  • guys sorry about this out of context message but the uwp app
    "next gen reader" is really really was actually 3.99$ but now its free for a day.useful for reading your favorite blogs all at one place
  • Talking about the Lumia phone tech, I fear Microsoft may not focus on the tech enough to evolve it if it stays in the labs and doesn't get real-world testing and complaints/reviews.
    Nokia continually improved on the camera tech because they were crazy about imaging and they had a test-bed of eager users. Microsoft, not so much.
    They need to upgrade the camera with as much intense focus as any other aspect of the OS experience. And that includes UI/UX and the hardware components of the camera.