At first glance, there is not a ton separating the Microsoft Surface Go and Surface Pro 7, another Microsoft device we like. There is of course the size, with the Surface Go boasting a 10-inch PixelSense display that renders images in 1,800 x 1,200 resolution. Visually speaking, this puts it up there with several iPad Pro configurations, which is saying something (Apple has traditionally ruled the roost in terms of visuals). But it’s way lighter than the Surface Pro 7, coming in at only 1.15 pounds. This makes it the ultimately convenient work device to toss in your bag, carry under your arm, and to move anywhere with. Unlike Apple tablets, it has its own kickstand, adding to its status as an all-in-one mobile workstation. And if you want to take that extra step and turn it into a laptop hybrid, you can add a Type Cover. … [Read more...] about Microsoft Surface Go on sale for only $440 for 4th of July
Portability The Surface Book 3 is significantly larger and heavier than the Surface Pro 7, primarily because of the former’s design, which uses thicker bezels and a fulcrum hinge that extends the laptop in depth to account for the heavier display. The Surface Pro 7 is 0.33 inches thick as a tablet, with the Type Cover attachment making it roughly twice as thick. The tablet alone weighs 1.74 pounds, and of course, the Type Cover adds a bit of weight. … [Read more...] about Microsoft Surface Pro 7 vs. Surface Book 3 13: Which 2-in-1 wins?
Beyond what was shared at WWDC, we suspect one of one of the main thrusts for Apple changing its processor supplier lies with its dissatisfaction with Intel. The rate of innovation and improvement at Intel appears to have slowed in recent years, likely prompting Apple to look elsewhere for a solution. That line of thought was backed up by former Intel engineer François Piednoël, who claimed that the quality assurance of the company’s Skylake chips was “abnormally bad,” creating a tipping point that convinced Apple to end its partnership with Intel. … [Read more...] about The Mac’s Apple Silicon processor transition: Everything you need to know
How QR code menus work QR codes — which use a scannable design of black and white squares — have been in widespread use since the mid-2010s. The code, when scanned using your smartphone’s camera, will open a link — in this case, to a restaurant’s menu page. … [Read more...] about You’ll be ordering food with QR code menus long after the pandemic ends
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