After introducing the Surface Laptop, Microsoft is expected to release a successor to its Surface Pro 4 convertible tablet next week. Serial leakster @evleaks once again has dropped early details of the upcoming device and it will be simply known as the Surface Pro.
Besides the launch of some stunning new hardware, perhaps the most important thing about Microsoft‘s event was the launch of Windows 10 S. However, its similarities with a previous attempt of a similar vein — which failed spectacularly, by the way — does raise some worrying questions.
Has Microsoft learned from past mistakes?
Microsoft just unveiled its latest laptop — aptly named the Surface Laptop — and it sits somewhere between the tablet-like Surface Pro and the 2-in-1 convertible Surface Book. And that’s a sweet spot most will be very happy with because that means it’s just a laptop without the complications of any detachable bits.
In fact, being “without complications” seems to be a recurring theme with this new Windows device.
Microsoft is poised to launch a brand new device at their event in New York on the 2nd of May. And, as with almost all device launches, the leaks have begun to trickle out. Well, gush out, actually as two Twitter users (well-known for their tech leaks) share images of Microsoft’s brand new laptop.
It’s called the Surface Laptop and if that name gets you excited, you might want to hold your horses.
Yes, that’s right. Now YOU will be able to decide when your Windows will update. Windows 10 will not automatically take control of your computer and reset it at the worst possible moments anymore.
Here’s how the Windows 10 Creators Update will handle the system update:
Alongside Microsoft‘s big announcement of the Windows 10 Update and their brand new Surface Studio all-in-one PC, the company has also released an entire line of brand new Surface accessories including two keyboards and a mouse.
With the next big Windows 10 update, Microsoft will be focusing on three key aspects that they want to tackle. The biggest of which seems like a big gamble for the software giant, but only time will tell if they’ve placed their chips on the right thing.
Let’s get into the Windows 10 Creators Update.
Microsoft‘s latest device is definitely something I did not expect. I thought we’d see a new Surface Pro or a new laptop. Instead, the Microsoft announces a brand new, ultra-thin all-in-one device. Meet the Microsoft Surface Studio.
Microsoft is taking a swing at their competition with their latest lab test video showing just how far ahead their Edge browser is when it comes to battery life. In their test, Microsoft Edge smashes its competition with plenty of time to spare…literally.
Huawei aims to reinvent smartphone photography by partnering with Leica. The P series is Huawei’s flagship line that focuses on a premium build as well as camera photography. On the latest Huawei P9, it gets a pair of cameras at the back that are co-engineered with the German optics company.
To have Leica branding on a smartphone is a respectable stamp of approval but how does it fare in actual usage? To find out, we’ve pitted the P9 against other top end contenders such as the iPhone 6s Plus, Microsoft Lumia 950 and the current champion, the Galaxy S7 edge.