The future of Surface is incredibly unclear with these new devices 

The Verge
Inscrever-se 3,3 mi
Visualizações 205 mil
99% 3 400

Microsoft wrapped up its Surface and AI event, where it made several major announcements. In addition to revealing the Surface Laptop Studio 2, Microsoft announced some updates to Copilot. Plus, we discuss the impact of Windows and Surface chief Panos Panay leaving Microsoft. #Microsoft #AI #Technology
Read more:
Like The Verge on Facebook:
Follow on Twitter:
Follow on Instagram:
Follow on TikTok:
The Vergecast Podcast:
Decoder with Nilay Patel:
More about our podcasts:
Read More:
Community guidelines:
Wallpapers from The Verge:
Subscribe to The Vergecast on BRvid, new episodes on Wednesday and Friday:

Ciência e tecnologia

Publicado em


5 Dez 2023



Baixar vídeos:

Carregando o link.....

Adicionar a:

Minha playlist
Assista mais tarde
Comentários : 278   
@BlafeBala 2 meses atrás
The Surface Book was such a brilliant concept, Microsoft doesn't handle it's products with care at all...
@cameronbosch1213 2 meses atrás
Yeah, I agree. My sister had the OG Surface Book and still misses those days...
@BlafeBala 2 meses atrás
@@cameronbosch1213 Exactly...I mean how dope would it be if they had a dedicated GPU with bigger batteries in the base while a CPU and integrated GPU in the screen and you can just detach it at any time what a wasted potential only because they don't wanna take risks and invest in such a fantastic product.
@alex_inside 2 meses atrás
Love my OG Surface Book, 😅 runs well with some issues with the keyboard connection and a swelling battery. In comparison, my Surface Laptop Studio feels like a compromise.
@Dark_Souls_3 2 meses atrás
I got the surface book 2 in 2019 and won’t replace it until it’s completely defunct. Great thing
Considering that the planning, writing, and design for these keynotes starts months and months before the event, I don’t think Panay announcing that he’s leaving less than a week ago affected what they were planning to talk about. It’s not like they just suddenly dropped all future plans and are wandering aimlessly days after he left lol
@usrSanthosh 2 meses atrás
lol yeah very silly why they thought so, also even when Panay was there for the exiting future looking devices they were all Surface isn't it, mostly upgrades of existing Surface, which happened here or dual screen stuff that went nowhere into the future
@Capymaraca 2 meses atrás
Considering you also just dont announce your retirement from a CPO position without discussion with your company. I think the event is planned, wrote and designed for that.
@TheVirtualObserver 2 meses atrás
I always find it interesting how vastly different Microsoft and Apple treat their products and their visions of the future.
@user-jb8lv3xv5t 2 meses atrás
It's not all that unclear to those of us who have been playing the tech game long enough. Microsoft is a very predictable company. They're going to slowly kill/abandon the Surface line. They're going to focus more and more on putting people's desktops in the cloud. If they do continue to release their own hardware in the coming years, it will be less powerful and more reliant on cloud resources. Which they will be more than happy to charge you a recurring subscription fee for. That's where all this is going.
@cameronbosch1213 2 meses atrás
Thank goodness for Linux; I already moved all of my laptops and my desktops over when Windows 11 was released, and my next laptop is extremely likely to be a Framework Laptop 16. Who wants to deal with Microshaft Winblows 11? 🦗🦗🦗🦗🦗🦗🦗🦗🦗🦗🦗
@kenhew4641 2 meses atrás
damn, i was wondering why would Panos resign, the surface line was the only computing products I'd ever had any interest in owning, and the guy was practically the father of this unique product line. He single handedly made it such that I can be assured that if I buy a surface product it would be some of the best designed, innovative and productive tech I would get with the most premium of quality. With him gone I would likely not be getting a future surface product, if Microsoft do continue on with the line that is.
@Notnow22 2 meses atrás
I still highly doubt Microsoft is abandoning the Surface line anytime soon - though it wouldn't be surprising with Panay leaving the company. It's still a very lucrative business for them, except for novelties such as the Surface Hub or the Surface Duo. Anyway, Microsoft has a very bad rep for always "starting over"
@BryanPeabody 2 meses atrás
Agree with this. Apple already won with the M-series chips and Windows market share is down to historic lows at this point. Makes sense to abandon hardware for MS and try something else.
@DarcMagikian 2 meses atrás
They're not abandoning anything...
@TheOneWithTheManyZs 2 meses atrás
Sad to see Panos leaving. I'll miss his incredibly emotional and passionate presentations of Surface products.
@DAYNGHT 2 meses atrás
I feel like he’s also one of the reasons surface was held back especially with the duo community and lack of software updates
@ilibraci 2 meses atrás
​@@DAYNGHTNo. That was the reason why he left, because apparently MS wants Surface to focus only on the Pro, laptop and Go lines.
@ericneo2 2 meses atrás
I'm not, the dude failed 9 times to put the 4G/5G modem into the Surface Pro and raised the price of surface products so that only companies and education would buy them with discounts losing everyone else who would give the device a go.
@DAYNGHT 2 meses atrás
@@ericneo2 I agree overpriced af for decent specs for the same price and apple computer seemed like better deal with more to date specs
@alkidshuli 2 meses atrás
He always got me 'pumped' for new Surface laptops
@mauryseba 2 meses atrás
I own a first generation surface book and it's a great device. But it started giving me problems with the hinge. It was a nightmare! Even worse, I can't update the surface book to windows 11 due to the CPU not being compatible. By 2025 it's going to be obsolete due to the end of windows 10. I would not be buying a surface product for a while. The surface laptop studio grabs my attention but I have a feeling they're going to toss it to a side eventually.
@tolu619 2 meses atrás
Oh, sorry. I have the Surface Book 2 and it can run windows 11 but I'm staying on windows 10 for now until all the missing features get ported to 11. My hinge is still perfect after 3 years of use.
@chrispnw2547 2 meses atrás
Decisions on product planning span years. Has anyone thought Microsoft decided to phase out the Surface and handheld lines (refocusing that expenditure on A.I. related products) thus giving Panos the motivation to plan for a future outside Microsoft? Surface is an expensive project with very small returns.
@raytsang250 2 meses atrás
Surface Pro is the most popular form factor among all Surface devices. But no new model for Surface Pro this year, not even a refresh, seriously? I have no idea what Microsoft is thinking.
@DarkCloud360 2 meses atrás
The Surface Pro will most likely get Intels new Meteor Lake chips and these will be released in December so we have to wait a bit longer I guess.
@tickkick14 2 meses atrás
No need this year. Just upgrade the processor by one gen? Just wait for 14th gen. Meanwhile, SLS2 is a bad mf'er people have been clamoring fir with updated specs
@davemusicinca 2 meses atrás
It is tough, I hope they'll turn it around and keep Surface alive, but if they don't then eventually we'll have to find alternatives... Being a loyal Surface user since SP3, I certainly hope for the better. But even the Surface Studio hasn't got a proper upgrade since many years ago, and not sure if getting Surface Studio 2+ is a good idea at the moment
@random_with_riaz 2 meses atrás
I have the original surface laptop studio. The problem I had with it is not having a usb A. The slim pen 2 doesn't seem to be working very well with this one. The battery life they claimed was not true at all. But that's a great machine with versatile use.
@Ebenecel 2 meses atrás
Panos Panay is the best product presenter since Steve Jobs. He makes you feel connected to technology as an extension of you.
@bingebinge3722 2 meses atrás
Microsoft is not even spending enough attention on Windows nowadays, which is arguably one of the main reasons for the existence of the Surface product line - to provide a benchmark Windows experience.
@michaelcorcoran8768 2 meses atrás
At this point I'd have a hard time ever spending real money on a Microsoft expensive piece of hardware. I loved the surface line up because it focused on touch and stylist devices. And since Apple doesn't offer anything with touch on a desktop level I'm not even looking at those products. But Microsoft just is charging too much and you can now find better clones from Lenovo in many cases to on the surface Pro. They have not done a good job with arm chips, they removed the SD card and the headphone jack from their Surface Pro devices. They got rid of the surface book and replaced it with a fairly redundant laptop studio go. They didn't support the surface duo 2. giving it only one OS update. I think the only way I would buy a surface device at this point would be if I saw a great deal on a used Surface go or something. But full price MSRP at launch¿ For Ultrabooks with middling performance and mediocre battery and no SD card or headphone jack support? No thank you
@pieceofshitzu2 2 meses atrás
My thoughts exactly! They use to be amazing because they offered stuff that rivaled only apple because of their design. The laptop hasnt been updated with a new design EVER. And the price increases are just too stupid, especially with so many catching up
@-hd4yz Mês atrás
Microsoft supplies the OS to manufacturers like Lenovo though. I imagine that Surface lineup will scale back but that is an opportunity for us consumers to see what manufacturers will come up with.
@briannhinton Mês atrás
My problem with other manufacturers is the bloatware. Microsoft’s bloat is at least easy to remove. HP, Dell, etc. is the software to update it.
@-hd4yz Mês atrás
@@briannhinton Agreed. I have a Samsung Galaxy Book Go. Pretty low-end and with an Arm processor. The Samsung software in it are all running emulated 32-bit, so it slows down the laptop even more.
@tickkick14 2 meses atrás
I adore what microsoft is doing. Yea, they have to do AI. But they beefed up their tablet-laptop SLS2 to be a workhorse. When it's worth doing so, they'll upgrade the pro lineup. Boom: tablet-laptop, laptop-tablet, and they still have their outright laptops. They have a device for any use, they've found their niche. Meanwhile, they're doing the whole AI thing ahead of the rest of the industry. It works!
@jkbbumblebee 2 meses atrás
Damn, Microsoft had a keynote event and no one on BRvid spoke about it. It’s like Google’s keynote event. Only attended by the stakeholders of these companies like employees and shareholders…
@rudra7615 2 meses atrás
The only use I see copilot being useful is in Microsoft Teams, automatically taking notes, actions. Now that is useful
@hoangnguyenminh9594 2 meses atrás
About the trackpad, they should have made it much bigger. They have a lot of room inside that machine for a bigger touchpad, and where is my 16-inch version? Surface Laptop Studio should have a performance base version with 16-inch 3000x2000 with 120Hz or 165Hz with Gsync, and a much bigger battery (99Whr instead of 56Whr like normal version), Intel Core i9-13900H, RTX 4070 / RTX 4000 Ada, 64GB RAM and 2TB of SSD. I dont think people is gonna mind the higher price if there is a much thoughtful update.
@AlessandroTischer 2 meses atrás
This surface laptop studio 2 is what I've been waiting for for a long time and... I'm quite disappointed. For the price of the only competitive model, which is the maxed out one, I can buy a MacBook pro AND an iPad with pencil. I'm not an apple user, I'm not a fan of anyone, and I always used windows and Linux, but at this point it seems to me that apple wins this and the near future rounds
@Acer113 2 meses atrás
I agree with your point, but if you're dependent on certain software (either professionally or personally), then the Apple ecosystem isn't always usable. Not even with the current Windows virtualizations. Unfortunately, and I do think Apple comes closer and closer.
@cameronbosch1213 2 meses atrás
​@@Acer113Yeah, I could never use macOS. It feels ancient and toy-like compared to Linux or even Windows. I mean, how do you not have window snapping or menu bar overflow menus in 2023!?
@SourceCodeDhotxMystic 2 meses atrás
I was also expecting the 2nd gen of the surface studio but dont know what u are really looking for but wont say am disappointed rather not fun or innovative enough just power bump. Now for me my problem with @Microsoft and windows is I don't know what they are doing there, as an OS company they are not behaving as one they are not putting in enough effort in their OS and by the time they realize it might be too late.
@cameronbosch1213 2 meses atrás
@@SourceCodeDhotxMystic macOS is aging bad too though.
@SourceCodeDhotxMystic 2 meses atrás
@@cameronbosch1213 yea but at least they dont only implement and add new things exciting things but also improve their os for their consumers to be excited for. Won't say the ai is bad or not exciting but for me my part of life am not excited when there are issues and improvements I think they should tackle
@_sparrowhawk 2 meses atrás
Let's just pump the brakes on whether AI will do anything for us. As for MSFT's hardware attempts, there are other hardware partners out there, so it's no big deal.
@SourceCodeDhotxMystic 2 meses atrás
Now for me my problem with @Microsoft and windows is I don't know what they are doing there, as an OS company they are not behaving as one they are not putting in enough effort in their OS and by the time they realize it might be too late.
@leonardputtmann8404 2 meses atrás
Look at Microsoft's revenue streams. The days since they were an OS company are long, long gone.
@thecerebrum. 2 meses atrás
If I were to give a solution as a Microsoft surface, Executive, I’ve develop a new windows, specifically for surface computers, and will make it more fancy and optimized for surface devices. New user interface, which will be only available for surface computers.
@masuttastudio4718 2 meses atrás
I feel Microsoft surface lineup. All they need is a great showmanship and customer service.
@avicohen2k 2 meses atrás
BRvid reviews need to understand that graphics on laptops isn't just for gaming. There is a huge industry of engineers that need graphics for 3d intensive work. That said, the surface laptops are always too expensive compared to the competition and are more for bosses looking cool while those who do the work get equivalent gaming laptops that are as powerful for 30% less the cost and have to suffer the hideous gaming centric design.
@jbuchan12 2 meses atrás
Yeah i think its just a sign of the times, the computer hardware industry, espically for tablets and laptops, is basically non existant at the moment. Microsoft will be acutely aware of this. I mean mac sales are down a lot too. People just don't need new versions of these devices at the moment and the upgrade cycles are a much longer. I think we are goin to see this hit smartphone sales soon too. We have seen it to a small extent already but i think we are going to see bit drops in sales soon. We need the prices to fall on these devices and a lot more innovation happening across the industry. All devices r basically the same, just look at the iphone, they just change the colours now and thats it.
@user-tu8qk9go7i 2 meses atrás
The whole Microsoft Device Division is a Confusion - 1) They just introduced Surface Duo & then shot down it without giving another try 2) Without any reason Surface Book, Surfave Studio, Surface Headphone is gone 3) No new Surface Keyboard / Mouse 4) Current Surface Line Up Name is too long, not easy & confusing also I dont know why Microsoft is neglecting Surface but it will fail just because for them. Of other company get surface devices they would rule the world, but as it’s Microsoft so they are killing this
@yo.adrian 2 meses atrás
I wish Microsoft didn't close down their Microsoft Stores, as it was a good place for an average Joe like me to go and check out the new Microsoft products, and maybe even purchase them. I miss my Microsoft Surface Pro 4, but I had to dispose of it because the battery was swelling up.
@jeffd696 2 meses atrás
it hasnt been front and center like ai pictures and image reconstruction, but ai seems to be a star player when it comes to audio as well. I mean weve seen the hilariousness youtube videos where top actors and politician voices get the ai treatment (The presidents playing games on discord is my fav) but ai has been helping with speech recognition and translation as well. I have used a few on test videos and it required a pre-process time like video encoding, but using my RTX (It also supported the vega gpu on my ryzen 5 but quite a bit slower) card to great effect. I do wish the public facing part of this research and testing was a bit more timely in updates as the tools get quite old. In the end, MS is not wrong that having an ai chip, even a simple one, in out computers in the fitire could very much be an every day item. It is NOT the type of AI like we see in the movies, they are not personal assistance. These help with the reconstruction of audio and video.
@BrownieX001 2 meses atrás
How does Microsoft plan to pay for and buy all the hardware for all the compute that copilot for consumers will need?
@bora3.14 2 meses atrás
Microsoft biggest issue is the pricing. In the age of Android and iOS , Microsoft has to focus on bringing the cost down first to create a market. They think they are equal to iOS and Android devices but that is not just true.
@EpsilonsMedia 2 meses atrás
If the AI is so smart it should disable the automatic windows update
@Ryotsu2112 2 meses atrás
I need ai supercomputer adaptive learning to bring back the second hand on the freaking windows clock.
@mutchlouis9707 2 meses atrás
When are they going to optimise Windows for ARM processors and touch based UI systems ?
@lawrencedoliveiro9104 2 meses atrás
That’s been a complete trainwreck so far.
@fellowearthling1632 2 meses atrás
That’s what they think Windows 11 is. They did a small touch update for it with 22H2, and it has native arm support.
@babeyoulove1883 Mês atrás
You know, it really bugs me how Microsoft has these fantastic ideas and acquires great companies like Skype, but then they drop the ball when it comes to developing or improving the products or the companies. I mean, their laptops are pretty impressive, but they don't seem to make a big impact in the business world. For instance, in my company, we switched to Apple computers since the M1 chip came out because they include all the essential office and basic apps right out of the box. And seriously, why doesn't Microsoft bundle something like MS Office for free with their laptops? It's like they want people and companies to switch to their products, but they miss this no-brainer opportunity to provide some consumer software with the laptops and computers they sell. Don't you think?
@AyoHues 2 meses atrás
Every consumer brand from Microsoft to Apple to Samsung to Ducati or BMW etc is in ‘profit protection’ mode. No big new launches, nothing early in the product cycle, just evolutionary updates at minimal cost & just enough to generate incremental price rises. Global recession, baby!
@cameronbosch1213 2 meses atrás
Global ReCeSsIoN? More like companies continue to get greedier.
@vincelongman3264 2 meses atrás
2023 was always gonna be a slow year for Surface with no big update from Intel and Qualcomm's delay. The next Surface Pro in 2024 will be make or break IMO. Can they respond to Apple's M series
@chriskeo392 2 meses atrás
I love my surface laptop ..since 2015 and running like new
@InfoSopher 2 meses atrás
I was hoping to see a successor to the Surface Headphones 2. Pretty disappointed. And the prices of these new surface devices are a joke also. AI is largely hype at this point. Why would I pay 1000€ extra for it? edit: Let me correct. I'm really disappointed. MS is so large, they could easily drive innovation. In fact, I expect them to spend at least some of their budget on experiments. This just isn't it. AI at this point just feels like the next big corporate term that is used within these giant orgs to pretend like they are innovating. Both the people that work there to their bosses and shareholders as well as to the customers. Well, we'll see.. The sell just isn't there.
@fieryscorpion Mês atrás
I really like Panos. Sad to see him leave MSFT.
@jasonlefevers8410 2 meses atrás
Surface was the only remotely-interesting thing from MS and now it's no longer interesting. They are truly IBM.
@pieceofshitzu2 2 meses atrás
They let greed and brand recognition go to their head. They still have the best writing experience on windows, but their designs are dated and too expensive!!
@benson4820 2 meses atrás
I have the sls first gen, constantly had issues and had to replace 4 times, absolutely ridiculous. Way overpriced too
@shaneethan523 2 meses atrás
I have the first gen sls too and the battery life is horrible.
@benson4820 2 meses atrás
@@shaneethan523 yeah, its like a claimed 18 hours but lasts me 6-7 max. Worst part is its sometimes unpredictable and will drop like 5-10 percent battery in a few minutes for no reason
@shaneethan523 2 meses atrás
@@benson4820 I'm right now thinking of purchasing a Macbook pro next year.
@benson4820 2 meses atrás
@@shaneethan523 yeah, I would have bought a MacBook Pro over this if I didn’t hate Apple so much
Copilot, they should’ve just brought back the paper clip
@strigani-gaming 2 meses atrás
I really wish they gave us a modern take on Clippy, to bring some personality into their dull generative glass environment
@DarcMagikian 2 meses atrás
Most people hated clippy back when it was a thing, the only people who want it back is for nostalgia. copilot is 100x more functional.
@@strigani-gaming I know
@@DarcMagikian but that’s the only reason why I want it back is because of the nostalgic
@morningstar2219 2 meses atrás
What's good on microsoft today is animation and motion graphic on their presentation
@o_pedro_oficial 2 meses atrás
all i want is just an ai creator app. i want to give instructions and it builds. for an app that is only necessary to describe the ui, and the copilot takes over the code. making what you want and automatically optimizing things in the background. but i want something that is not limited as microsoft designer... i want to have full control over what the ai does. and integration. right now it is too limited. everything feels like a gimmick that will take 10 years to get useful...
@danilocorreia5104 2 meses atrás
Looks very good imo. Will wait the reviews to come out before buying it. My 5 years old Razer Blade is giving up already hahahah
@pieceofshitzu2 2 meses atrás
These are so overpriced. Honestly- go with a Mac or another Razer
@danilocorreia5104 2 meses atrás
@@pieceofshitzu2 i just prefer Windows over mac and the razers are so bad with costumer service
@FJAlshammari 2 meses atrás
I love competition! We need powerful ARMed CPU windows laptops now.
@cameronbosch1213 2 meses atrás
ARM? You'll be wanting for ARM until ARM isn't cool anymore. Yes, RISC is the future, but I don't think ARM will pan out on the desktop outside of Apple Silicon because there's the old chicken (the developers aren't writing ARM software because there isn't enough ARM users) and the egg (there aren't enough users because the software users need doesn't exist) problem.
@arondyte318 2 meses atrás
They’ve been doing ARM based Surface since the very beginning (RT). It’s been more than a decade now and they still haven’t gotten off the ground. I doubt anything will change especially now since Panos Panay is gone.
@sumomaster5585 2 meses atrás
@@cameronbosch1213 I mean the issue here isn't MS, it's Intel who's a big partner for MS...unlike apple who said f u to intel, MS can't do the same, also qualcom and ARM makers haven't made enough progress to make their chips compete with intel nor run x86 apps fast enough
@cameronbosch1213 2 meses atrás
@sumomaster5585 AMD though.
@user-bu5wp1tn4s 2 meses atrás
The pricing for the Surface laptop studio 2 is atrocious.
@olternaut 2 meses atrás
Panos Panay either needs to start his own company or team up with OpenAI to start a new company. Because the way I see it, Microsoft has no vision for the future of computers...anymore.
@michaelcorcoran8768 2 meses atrás
"nowhere near as powerful." I mean the difference between a core i3 and a core i5 is not that significant. Obviously at the entry level there's a big difference but that's a little overstated.
@ebonk 2 meses atrás
I never found a touchpad better than Apple’s mac book. Lets see if this one get even close enough
@acuredreamgift 2 meses atrás
Currently on Asus ROG Flow 16, can't seem to see any difference between this touchpad and mac's one.
@CasinoWoyale 2 meses atrás
Did you ever try to?
@MrPocorn555 2 meses atrás
man, I wished they reduced the screen bezel. I currently have have a dell xps 15 (2018) still working strong.
@pieceofshitzu2 2 meses atrás
Surface displays just all together are really dated now. Companies are having higher resolution OLED displays for cheaper or the same price, including Apple
@nebinebi123 2 meses atrás
Surface Laptop Studio 2 looked good until I realised it had a 58 Wh battery.
@Jmcinally94 2 meses atrás
I can't believe they're still dragging their feet with X86. If Microsoft invested some serious RnD into producing a Surface ARM processor, they could even license it to other laptop manufacturers. They are lagging behind Apple severely on battery optimization and it's becoming increasingly difficult to recommend them for portable computing.
@dalecipperley40 2 meses atrás
I would consider purchasing the Surface Laptop Studio 2 if Microsoft would replace their inferior stylus with licensed Wacom EMR stylus tech like Samsung uses with their SPen enabled devices.
@pieceofshitzu2 2 meses atrás
Surface pens are definitely better than Samsung's!! Honestly, only one beating them is apple
@dalecipperley40 2 meses atrás
@@pieceofshitzu2 So Microsoft has eliminated diagonally drawn line jitter in their styluses? So both Apple and Microsoft have 3rd party options for more ergonomic styluses which don’t require recharging?
@gregorywilson2124 Mês atrás
The surface laptop studio is like that 1st picture of the IPhone in the legendary IPhone premiere. It kind of sad. Microsoft seems to lose interest in very good brands or develops ridiculous tech.
@dotails 2 meses atrás
I have to go to the registry to disable palm rejection so I can play games without trackpad latency and so I can use trackpad and keyboard simultaneously on the HPx360.
@incyphe 2 meses atrás
I wish they would just drop the numerical suffix from their product lines because their naming scheme is already confusing without because insisted on using the word "Surface" in every single portable product line!
@cadenchurchill4296 2 meses atrás
If Microsoft was Google they would have killed Surface already 😂
@user-md5wr6px7d 2 meses atrás
Microsoft will surely fail in not so distant future, only adding AI products to everything as an upgrade, is not much of an upgrade because of low usage values of AI products especially in market like India. They would be better off use AI themselves and learn features to include and shortcomings to remove from their product codes to provide better upgrades. 😂
@JacksonCampbell 2 meses atrás
1:32 Microsoft didn't add pen charging. That was on the original.
@BananasAintCheap 2 meses atrás
Call me crazy, but I think this AI push has the potential to come back to bite MS in a large way. We're seeing lawsuits from authors for training these datasets on their work without permission, and I think it's very reasonable for a court to side with them on it. Why would anyone trust that they are in the clear to use content generated by an AI if the content it is trained on was not cleared for use? And acquiring permission retroactively on that dataset seems impossible for the kind of scale we're talking, since you're not only dealing with massive amounts of books in the dataset, but also forum posts, assorted scraped webpages, etc. It's possible the courts don't side with authors, but it's crazy to me that massive companies are jumping this deep into this without fully knowing the legal ramifications yet.
@issiewizzie 2 meses atrás
I guess they can start with an android phone with copilot built in
@ericneo2 2 meses atrás
Have they finally put the 5G modem into the x86_64 Surface Pro?
@mitchelmarvin8040 2 meses atrás
Microsoft makes way more interesting products then apple, glad i switched from Apple to Microsoft👌🥂
@samuloflipsitup8314 2 meses atrás
Not at this event 😂
@pieceofshitzu2 2 meses atrás
Microsoft has become so lazy and greedy. Their pro line is legendary, but their laptops never have been updated, go's are way too expensive, and the laptop studio NEEDS to have a bigger screen option
@samuloflipsitup8314 2 meses atrás
@@pieceofshitzu2 Agree. There's lots of good windows computers but the surface lineup even makes Macbooks look like good deal. I did like the surface book but thy removed it. They make good hardware in terms of design, display and keyboard but always release with out of date internals.
@Jaylikescar 2 meses atrás
There’s too many options lol I just want a surface pro 10
@kyle.garrett 2 meses atrás
Why is Panos leaving? Anyone know the reason? He was great.
@rpstate9974 2 meses atrás
Microsoft cancels a lot of surface device project that he has worked on so hard before the Surface Event. It really broke his heart and decided to leave.
@tombyrne6433 2 meses atrás
I think he felt too overworked with the windows roll and wanted to get back to gadgets. Thankfully he probably mad copilot happen before he left.
@godtable Mês atrás
We will transition from Windows on device to Windows on the cloud. Where you open your phone or your tablet and you run Windows 11 and Office for the low price of 200 euros per month. I realy love the convinience of having to cary my phone with a dongle around. But too many subsriptions!
@guygadbois1068 2 meses atrás
I bought the original surface book. Screen cracked, they replaced it. Screen cracked again, out of warranty. Bought a surface laptop 3. Screen cracked, replaced, screen cracked again, replaced again (kindly out of warranty), now my 3rd one has cracked. I am very careful with my devices, never had a scratch on any of them. Just ridiculous.
@megapunchboy 2 meses atrás
Panos was the best in his career
@sudiptokumar986 2 meses atrás
Microsoft updates surface to 13 gen after Intel anounced next gen chips. 😅😅😅😅
@HaiLeQuang 2 meses atrás
The sad new is Mr Parney resignation. He is such a fantastic speaker. Best ever.
@ronymishchuk5484 2 meses atrás
That haptic trackpad was in the original laptop studio. You guys really didn't bother to fact check
@wooowbee222 2 meses atrás
God “desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth” (1 Timothy 2:4).
@wooowbee222 2 meses atrás
(Acts 1:8) ye shall receive POWER, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you
@wooowbee222 2 meses atrás
What can i do to enter heaven ? “Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved”
@ulfw 2 meses atrás
It's obvious Surface is basically dead. No upgrades besides the almost-free chip updates, Panos gone, and 90% of the event talking about non-Surface?!
@RealLaone 2 meses atrás
So will Surface products survive without him?
@strongnerd4638 2 meses atrás
Are the usb-c thunderbolt or just usb-c?
@williamsolis1 2 meses atrás
This is their apple 1996 moment where they cut back on half arsed products and nail just a few
@jamesbullo 2 meses atrás
RIP Surface Book, and now maybe Surface Pro 😢
@gasdfdghtjuybjyutnmr 2 meses atrás
They should just bring back the paper clip 😅
@user-rd9kb6ox1v 2 meses atrás
Great video!!
@jobiej7416 2 meses atrás
The greatest mistake ms made was to kill windows phone. Now copilot would be stuck in the business world. It would also compete with every other A.I out there.
@SirWurzi 2 meses atrás
sad that there is no new surface pro
@WilliamSmith-hf8um 2 meses atrás
"the future of Windows" lmao ya, Microsoft is definitely considering cancelling Windows 🙄
@thor.mukbang 2 meses atrás
I have no idea what they're doing anymore. They've given up but also still keep going
@DAYNGHT 2 meses atrás
Microsoft also does its self bad when it overprices the surface line
@AnujSharma-gq9zs 2 meses atrás
cant believe we are using the word legacy for USB A
@amfrepo 2 meses atrás
The EU has asked all products to move to USBC, so yes, its old news. Having just USBC in a few years will be fantastic and in 10 years' time, the youth will wonder why people wanted to hold on to USBA as much as they did!
@AnujSharma-gq9zs 2 meses atrás
@@amfrepo yes , if i have to buy a new peripheral , having USB A is a dealbreaker for me now
@kondor99999 2 meses atrás
No new Surface Pro 😢
@victorgomez4582 2 meses atrás
good bye surface pro, for ever, that is what i felt on the presentation
@Lucalaurin 2 meses atrás
Wait did the original surface studio book had a full size SD card reader and the current one went to a micro SD one?? What a joke...
@airrwalker 2 meses atrás
What about Surface Pro 10?
@pieceofshitzu2 2 meses atrás
No update :(
Surface presentation isn't not that great in future microsoft will definitely lose surface market if they didn't come up with proper surface team.
@empty_dayofthetech 2 meses atrás
What are the prices?
@sa2005 2 meses atrás
Can MS fix the lag in windows also dude all those updates are slow as hell with multiple reboots still feels like win95
@teddycat1212 2 meses atrás
Glad I move to Linux
@Hidd3nman87 2 meses atrás
So no new surface laptop 6 but they do a surface laptop go 3…
@pieceofshitzu2 2 meses atrás
For what? They haven't updated the design in 5 years!! I'm gonna just jump ship to Apple if they don't do something
@BayStBuddha 2 meses atrás
Microsoft: we finally caught up with apple's 10 year old trackpad tech :D
@RagnarokSensei 2 meses atrás
Apple: We’ve added usb C to the new iPhone after 7 years
@BayStBuddha 2 meses atrás
@@RagnarokSensei its about damn time :D
@AnilDukkipatty 2 meses atrás
@Ryotsu2112 2 meses atrás
Remember Windows Phone? Aaahahahahahahha
@michaelcorcoran8768 2 meses atrás
I mean Apple doesn't even have a touch screen yet though on their desktops. I know you can give me a list of reasons why you don't care but anyone that does care means they can't even consider it as a viable option.... I've been using a touch screen for a decade, it's ingrained in my muscle memory. It doesn't matter how great apples track pads are or even their silicon. They don't have any products to accommodate people that need touch on a desktop operating system. And the iPad is definitely not that, since there's no side loading or proper file manager or multi-monitor support.
@barrierankin2234 2 meses atrás
Just wait 9 months and all will be revealed
@LordManhattan 2 meses atrás
RIP Surface.
@TheEditorify 2 meses atrás
in tablet mode the screen should be flush with the body of the laptop
@IwinMahWay 2 meses atrás
Just sell surface studio display separately. Pro display xdr aint got shi# on it.
@ddav 2 meses atrás
Now he’s leaving. Should just buy Lenovo thinkpad it back.
@migievlogs2411 2 meses atrás
Honestly, I didnt like the Panos Panay Era. I hope Microsoft gets a fresh look
Visualizações 442 mil
Mac vs Windows - Who Wins in 2023?
Surface Pro 9 Review: Intel or SQ3?
Lenovo Legion Go Unboxing
Visualizações 526 mil
PC engana bobo  #azarado
Visualizações 606 mil
Visualizações 121 mil
Eu recebi um teclado TORTO!
Visualizações 105 mil
O que aconteceu com a marca CCE? Faliu?