Very exciting stuff! Really pleased to see Microsoft go all in with Android, I’m willing to bet with a big push for development over the next year this device can be something really great. I’m all about integration between Windows and Android. That said, first gen is usually not my thing.
The earbuds look absolutely ridiculous. The tech inside of them sounds a lot like what Google has, speech to text, translate etc which is an obvious step and a really cool one but my goodness. I audibly sighed when I saw them in my opinion a serious misstep in design. They look even more silly than the Airpods do.
Interested to read more on how exactly AI is integrated into the Surface X chip. Beautiful looking device and if the battery and portability are up to the standards they presented I think it’ll be a good addition to the Surface line with a needed role to fill. Again, first gen makes me weary especially with a CPU designed specifically for this device we have not seen before.
No thunderbolt 3, right? Unless I missed something. Surface 7 and Laptop look like good upgrades I can get behind without much fear of any flaws of a first gen machine. Solid updates. Pricing out the 15 inch as we speak.
Biggest takeaway that makes me most excited is Android/Windows collaboration and the development community involvement to make that phone something really special.