Microsoft unveiled their new devices at a live event in New York. Microsoft 10 is now running more than 110 million devices and only 8 million of which are PC computers. The devices are being claimed as the thinnest, lightest, and most powerful items on the market.
What’s new with the Surface Product Line?
Microsoft has continued the Surface product line with the much anticipated Surface Pro 4. As before, the tablet comes with an attachable case/cover and comes with a stylus. What is new is the Surface Pro 4 is 8.4mm thin and is 30% more powerful that the Surface Pro 3. The top model runs at 6th Gen. Intel Core i7 processor and is able to hold 16 GB of RAM with 1 TB of storage. The price starts at $899.
Microsoft has extended the Surface product line to laptops. The Surface Book is a 13.5 inch laptop with a detachable screen that doubles as a tablet. Like the Surface Pro 4, its top models run 6th Gen. Intel Core i7 processors and are able to hold 16 GB of RAM. What sets the Surface Book ahead is the Nvidia GE Force GPU to make it even more powerful. The Surface Book will start at $1,499.
Any New Phones?
Microsoft has a new line of Lumia phones starting with three similar yet very different models. The three models offer a variety of specs, and matching prices, depending on your needs.
|Display||Rear Camera||Front Camera||Storage||Processor||
|Lumia 550||4.7inch HD||5 Megapixel||2 Megapixel||8GB||210||139|
|Lumia 950||5.2 Quad HD||20 Megapixel||5 Megapixel||32GB||808 Hexa-core||549|
|Lumia 950 XL||5.7 Quad HD||20 Megapixel||5 Megapixel||32GB||810 Octa-core||649|
One step closer to releasing the HoloLens.
The Microsoft HoloLens is the first untethered wearable computer that enhances your real world view with digital images. The device is available for pre-order by application only and costs $3,000. This is one step closer to getting the revolutionary device to the general public.