The displays, along with the premium build quality of the tablets, are two things that have won plaudits for the first generation Surface slates. But now Microsoft seems to upping the ante in the second generation tablets.
Panasonic made quite an impression with its 20 inch Windows 8 tablet back in January this year. The 4K slate was enough to make people stop and notice at the CES, where it was first announced. Along
Ah, the winds of change. Computer displays have been stuck in third gear for far too long, and worse yet, displays on notebooks took even took things a gear down, leaving technology enthusiasts in sheer bewilderment. Forget
Scaling on high resolution screens has been a bit of a nag on vanilla Windows 8 since release, and users of the operating system had already raised the issue to Microsoft Surface team a few months back.
Hand it to developer tools to break out some of the more juicy facts. Developer tools and web analytics are two things that have confirmed many software technologies and hardware devices before their respective vendors made them
Most were expecting Microsoft to unveil the rumored Surface Mini slate at this year’s BUILD conference, but the technology titan right decided against it and instead focused on Windows 8.1 Preview. That did not stop the company
The Snap View is one of the more significant new features of Microsoft’s newest platform. And unsurprisingly, this is something Redmond is very keen on enhancing in the upcoming Windows 8.1. Reports emerged a few weeks back
According to the latest data from StatCounter, 1366×768 screens just surpassed 1024×768 as the most popular screen resolution used by the visitors to StatCounter’s global network of sites. Three years ago, 1024×768 still accounted for almost 42%