I would personally love to see Core OS. I don’t know anything so this is more of a me wishlist. Like something that is light and can hopefully be run on any hardware (read: near legacy, and even maybe phones and tablets and even the Xbox, imagine being able to pop in a game on a PC and playing it).
Anyway, there was a rumor that it would launch with the new MS Surface hardware.
Could be interesting. I am mostly interested in what CPU or combination of them they go with. People have been pretty down on AMD for mobile due to power consumption and this would be a pretty good test of them if it had them.
Other wise I expect not much new. Nice but still not a world beater and far too expensive.
Yes! Things are getting way more expensive and it kinda sucks, I imagine maybe its from metaling all the things. Hopefully tho they can launch things with a lower price this year, RAM and storage chips are getting less expensive. Although I doubt that a decrease in those two areas will decrease the cost by a few hundies.
MS has been trying to sell castrated Windows OS on cheap hardware to compete with ChromeOS for many years now. Windows ThinPC, Windows Starter, Windows N, Windows RT, Windows S, etc. Every single one has been a hilariously predictable failure. I look forward to pointing and laughing at their latest failure next week.
It is an odd logo. On one hand it is just the date again, top left is a “1” and bottom right is a “2”, but the Zeros being different is the odd part I wonder what they could be referencing or if they even are at all, could just be wacky non-joined-up-thinking design which would definitely be in keeping with MS.
New surface laptop, faster, Ryzen. New Surface 7, same thing with a USB-C port. New earphones, don’t have noise reduction, and look like those African tribal earrings where they stretch out their earlobes. I get that a lot of people like the Surface tablet line in particular, but this is an incremental noninteresting yearly update.
Surface Pro X, ARM CPU, it’ll fail like every previous windows ARM device. You buy a windows laptop to run windows programs, and they run slow as balls interpreted from x86 to ARM. Huge battery life is cool but we only need laptops to last 8-9 hours.
New Surface dual-screen, not bendable OLED, doesn’t come out for a year, and who wants to type on a glass keyboard? Then it has a physical keyboard too, which covers half the screen. It’s a gimmick.