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  • - Hey, what's going on, guys?

  • This is Ken, and I'm here in New York City

  • at the Microsoft Surface event

  • where Microsoft just unveiled a lot of products.

  • Also, Austin isn't here,

  • so he's having me host the video for some reason.

  • Perhaps the real stars of the show are those,

  • the Surface Neo and the Surface Duo.

  • Also, we are really, really far from them

  • and cannot get a great shot,

  • but here are some press images

  • and press video of 'em,

  • and I hope they look good.

  • The core selling point of these two devices

  • are generally the same.

  • They are dual-screen devices that fold out

  • to reveal a bigger device.

  • The Neo looks like a dual-screen laptop

  • that folds out into a gigantic tablet,

  • whereas the Duo,

  • I'm gonna try really hard to remember these names.

  • The Duo is kind of phone-sized

  • and folds out to be more of a tablet size.

  • It kind of bridges all of these form factors together.

  • Now there's not a crazy amount of information

  • about these two devices.

  • Microsoft actually unveiled these literally just to get it

  • in the minds of developers before its launch in 2020,

  • but here is what we do know.

  • The Neo, the bigger one, is running

  • a modified version of Windows 10 called Windows 10 X,

  • which aims to be a dual-screened optimized version

  • of the operating system,

  • and it's slated to run on Intel's 11th-Gen architecture

  • that's being made right now

  • and developed specifically for this device.

  • And then on the much smaller end,

  • we have the Surface Duo.

  • It is actually a Microsoft Surface phone

  • that is running full Android,

  • so you can run Android apps,

  • and the only thing that's left for it now is,

  • and the reason why Microsoft announced it now,

  • is so that Android developers can develop apps

  • to neatly work with this device.

  • It is really neat in concept,

  • and I actually got to hold it in a closed-off room

  • that's somewhere back there.

  • It was a dummy unit,

  • but I can say that the design of both of these devices

  • feel really good.

  • The hinges feel great.

  • Obviously, there's a lot of

  • really cool material design there,

  • so I think they have the hardware down.

  • We'll just have to wait to see how the software's executed

  • when these things come out later in 2020.

  • So, a surprise to no one,

  • this is the new Surface Pro, the Surface Pro 7,

  • and it looks more or less the same,

  • but there are some key differences.

  • So something that you'll notice is that

  • there's a USB-C port this year,

  • something that a lot of people have been wanting

  • on the Surface for a really long time.

  • But, otherwise, it more or less looks the same.

  • Internally, it is upgraded with

  • Intel 10th-Gen Core processors,

  • but I think my favorite feature of all

  • is with the proprietary Surface connector,

  • you can actually fast-charge this thing at 80%

  • in less than an hour, which I think is really, really cool.

  • The Surface Pro 7 will start at $749

  • available on October 22nd, but of course, as usual,

  • the keyboard and other accessories like the Pen

  • are also not included,

  • so you'll have to factor that in as well.

  • What does look new, however,

  • is the brand-new Surface Pro X,

  • which harkens back to the early Surface days

  • when it ran on ARM hardware.

  • So this is running a custom ARM chip,

  • the Microsoft SQ1, that is based on the Snapdragon 8CX.

  • Hoo!

  • I don't know how Austin does this.

  • Now, unlike that 8CX, this is running on a seven-watt TDP

  • and has a redesigned GPU,

  • and it's running full Windows,

  • but with a slight caveat.

  • So, ARM apps on Windows have been a thing

  • for quite some time,

  • but this actually relies on emulation to run x86 apps.

  • Now, this might not sound great,

  • but Microsoft claims that the x86 emulation

  • shows little to no performance difference

  • as far as how apps run on it.

  • We'll have to see how this fares in the real world,

  • but on the flip side,

  • ARM does have its own set of benefits as well.

  • Now what this all means is a thinner and lighter design.

  • This is 5.3 millimeters thick and 1.6 pounds.

  • It also means better battery life.

  • It means...

  • ("Think!"J (clock ticking)

  • - LTE. - LTE, that's (laughing).

  • No, but I think one of the most interesting things

  • about this though is the keyboard cover.

  • So it's like a normal keyboard cover.

  • It has the keyboard, it has the track pad,

  • but this one actually integrates the Pen.

  • So, on the top, it'll magnetically

  • or wirelessly charge the Pen and cover it up

  • when you don't need it.

  • It's a really, really neat design, and, honestly,

  • I don't know where I'm going with that thought.

  • - [Jimmy] It's cool!

  • - It's cool, thanks, Jimmy!

  • That's exactly what I was thinking.

  • Last but not least is the screen.

  • So this is a 13-inch screen in a 12-inch body,

  • so it actually does go edge-to-edge

  • with top and bottom bezels,

  • which means that is is easy to hold.

  • You're not gonna have accidental presses on the screen,

  • very useful for something like the Surface.

  • And on top of that, it has a 2880x1920 resolution,

  • which is 227 pixels per inch,

  • which I think overall rounds this thing up really well.

  • It looks like a really cool product.

  • Again, with it having an ARM processor,

  • we're gonna have to wait and see on the performance

  • of how this thing looks, but as a package, on paper,

  • it looks really cool.

  • But I think something that in particular

  • Austin is probably super-excited about

  • is the Surface Laptop 3.

  • Now it comes in two sizes,

  • the 13.5 and the brand-new 15-inch one,

  • and there's a few differences between both.

  • Now this 13.5-inch model looks fairly familiar

  • to the previous gen.

  • It has this cloth finish,

  • but the distinction between the 13.5 and the 15-inch model

  • is that the 13.5 runs the Intel 10th-Gen Core processors

  • on the 10-nanometer process,

  • and the 15-inch model runs a custom Ryzen chip

  • with Vega graphics.

  • But I am not the expert on these things,

  • so I'm gonna call one to see what he thinks.

  • - Microsoft have lost their (woman groaning) minds today.

  • I mean, they've got AMD processors,

  • they've got 10th-Gen Intel,

  • oh, they've got upcoming Intel stuff.

  • They've got Qualcomm, they've custom-designed

  • some of this stuff with AMD, with Qualcomm.

  • Like, this is, so many Microsoft events have been boring.

  • So many of them have been so boring.

  • Yet, they threw everything at us.

  • - Ryzen on the Surface Laptop 3.

  • What do you think?

  • - It's semi-custom, but by semi-custom,

  • I don't think it's actually all that different.

  • So as far as what I've been able to see,

  • it is actually not a physically different chip,

  • and it's the same dive

  • they've used on standard 2nd-gen Ryzens.

  • - That's interesting. - The main difference here

  • is that they're optimizing it,

  • which means it's a fully-enabled GPU.

  • So I think one of the main things here

  • is that while, yeah, you'll probably be getting

  • a little more performance,

  • and it is slightly tweaked compared to regular Ryzen,

  • it should be much, much more stable,

  • much, much more performative.

  • It should be a better overall experience

  • compared to other Ryzen stuff on the market.

  • - For a computer that looks like

  • it can go toe-to-toe with the MacBook Pro,

  • this does have some pros and cons versus that computer.

  • The first thing is that it does have USB-C,

  • which the previous generation did not have,

  • but this also doesn't have Thunderbolt 3 on those ports,

  • which means you cannot expand to, say, an external GPU.

  • A cool thing, though, is that the cloth option is optional.

  • So on the 13-inch, you can actually get

  • this nice aluminum finish,

  • and on the 15, it's standard, which I personally like.

  • But I think the biggest benefit of all

  • is that with that Surface connector,

  • again, this does have that quick charge,

  • so in less than an hour, it can go to 80% charge,

  • which is really, really cool,

  • especially for a laptop that is as powerful as this.

  • And of course, like other Surface products,

  • the screen is awesome.

  • The keyboard travel on this is fantastic.

  • It's everything that you could possibly want

  • in a premium, relatively thin package.

  • It's genuinely really cool,

  • and we'll have to get one of these in to try 'em out.

  • So that has been a really quick look

  • at what Microsoft had to show us at their Surface event.

  • Definitely stay locked into the channel

  • as we're gonna take an in-depth look at this stuff

  • as they come out,

  • and especially since you'd probably wanna hear it

  • from the boss man himself.

- Hey, what's going on, guys?

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