Here is the list of announcements from Microsoft Surface Event
Microsoft Surface Event brought a lot of exciting products for creators. The main hero of the event was “Surface Studio” which is the first all in one PC from Microsoft. The event was themed for creators. Everything the announced was related to creators and artists. Here is everything you need to know from Microsoft Surface Event 26th October 2016:
Microsoft Surface Event 2016
The latest member of Microsoft’s Surface hardware lineup is the Surface Studio. It is a touchscreen all-in-one desktop computer with a thickness of only 12.5mm. The Surface Studio has a 28-inch PixelSense display, an Intel i7 processor, GeForce 980M, 2TB of storage, and up to 32GB of memory. The Surface PC also has a “Zero-Gravity Hinge” that allows the screen to tilt down at a sharp angle. Preorders of Surface Studio will start today for $2,999. Read more about Surface Studio Here.
Surface Book i7:
There was no “New” Surface Book, but instead, Microsoft came up with upgraded last year’s model by including Intel’s i7 processor. Off course, the Surface Book has a great inspiring design. The enhanced version of Surface Book will be available in November for $2,399. There is 30% more battery in the upgraded Surface Book i7 and an extra fan to keep everything cool while doing intense work of graphics.
The Surface Dial is a new device from Microsoft for their latest Surface lineup. It provides haptic feedback and users twist it to select items from an on-screen menu. It can be used as a color picker. The Surface Studio allows you to place the Dial right onto the screen for contextual software control. The Surface Dial will be out in November for $99.99, but you can get it free with Surface Studio preorders.
Microsoft revamped its classic Paint app with 3D. The new app lets users quickly turn photos into 3D “memories,” and doodle in 3D. Microsoft is betting on VR and AR headsets & that’s why we can see such a futuristic products from the company. You can also share your work directly to Facebook if you love sharing creativity on social platforms.
Windows 10 Creators Update:
Windows 10 Creators Update is on its way to Windows 10 devices for free. The update is for creators including the addition of new 3D creation tools, live-streaming and custom tournaments for the Xbox app. You will also be able to place close contacts at the center of the Windows experience.
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Windows VR headsets:
It is Microsoft’s first invasion into virtual reality with VR headsets for Windows 10. The headsets will run the same Windows Holographic platform as HoloLens starting at $299. Microsoft says that HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, and Acer will all be making headsets. But there is no release date till now.
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