On 26 October 2016, Microsoft introduced 3 new products.
- The Surface Studio
- The Surface Book
- Windows 10 Creators Update
- 28″ 4500×3000 pixels touch-screen
- Built for professional creators
- Mostly for drawing and painting
- Works wonders with the new Surface Dial and the Surface Pen
- 3 models
- i5 / 2GB GPU / 8GB RAM / 1TB (64GB SSD) Hybrid Drive
- i7 / 2GB GPU / 16GB RAM / 1TB (128GB SSD) Hybrid Drive
- i7 / 4GB GPU / 32GB RAM / 2TB (128GB SSD) Hybrid Drive
- Surface Book i7
- 16 hours of battery
- Available in November 2016
- Surface Dial
- Also featured
- Microsoft Hololens
- Xbox built-in 4k Blu-ray player (with Dolby Atmos) and 4K Netflix
- 3 models
- i5 / 8GB 16 GB RAM / 1TB SSD / 13.5″ 3000×2000 px Display / Integrated GPU / Surface pen / 12 hours battery
- i5 / 8GB 16 GB RAM / 1TB SSD / 13.5″ 3000×2000 px Display / 1GB GPU / Surface pen / 12 hours battery
- i7 / 8GB 16 GB RAM / 1TB SSD / 13.5″ 3000×2000 px Display / 2GB GPU / Surface pen / 16 hours battery
- Starting at $1499
- Current models
- Surface Pro 3
- Surface Pro 4
Windows 10 Creators Update
- Coming early 2017
- 3D Creation
- Paint 3D
- 3D in Powerpoint
- 3D works with Remix3D, Minecraft and Sketchup
- Game Broadcasting
- 3D in PowerPoint is what I wanted to make my training slides.
- All the new features and updates are what my wife does not need.
- It looks like Microsoft just wants to get that tiny slice of the market that Apple dominates.
More updates coming to this post.