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Microsoft Surface Duo | 6 modes. 2 screens. Infinite possibilities

Microsoft YouTube Channel – 10.26.20

 

Do more than ever before on the new Surface Duo, featuring the best of everything you need to do one better. Like Microsoft 365 and every AndroidTM app in the Google Play store, brilliantly displayed on two high-resolution touchscreens that can show two apps at once.* And with a revolutionary 360° hinge, multiple modes, and an ultra-thin design, it’s not just the new way of getting things done, it’s the new best way of getting anything done. *Software sold separately. Additional fees and/or subscriptions required for some apps and features. Available apps may vary by carrier and over time.

Source: Microsoft Surface Duo | 6 modes. 2 screens. Infinite possibilities

Acer Chromebook Spin 513

Acer YouTube Channel – 10.21.20

 

Barely larger than a sheet of paper, the ultra-portable and stylish 2-in-1 Acer Chromebook Spin 513 is the Acer’s first Chromebook built on the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 7c Compute Platform. With optional 4G LTE, users can flow seamlessly between work, home, and passion projects.

Source: Acer Chromebook Spin 513

What’s the Difference: Panda Planner v. Fusion

Rocketbook Blog – 10.13.20

You’ve come to the right place. We know it’s confusing. There’s the Rocketbook Panda Planner, a powerful planner, and the Rocketbook Fusion, another powerful notebook with planning pages. They have similarities, but in actuality, these two notebooks are worlds apart — and today is the day we set things straight (or whatever day you’re reading this).

Source: What’s the Difference: Panda Planner v. Fusion

Making Chromebooks work for people with disabilities

Google Blog – 10.13.20

As a visually impaired woman, I use assistive technology everyday to make my working environment accessible and productive. I feel grateful to work on the Chromebook team, which values my perspective as someone with a disability. Seeking and embracing a diverse set of perspectives is the only true way to build for everyone.

Source: Making Chromebooks work for people with disabilities

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