For real this time.
The upgrade that’s been in development since early 2019 is now shipping to all compatible Windows 10 users.
The news coincides with numerous new updates for the browser.
Snapdragon 855, 6GB RAM, 64GB storage, a single 11MP camera… should I go on?
Marking yet another meaningful departure the philanthropist is making from the company he founded in 1975.
All part of the company’s new Fluent Design language.
Plus, Microsoft is detailing how apps will be handled on its dual-screen devices.
It’s available on everything from Windows 7 to macOS.
Early reviews point to one glaring issue with the device: app compatibility.
You can do everything from listen to music to control your PowerPoint presentation.
It comes with an ARM processor, LTE, and starts at $999.