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The Verge reports that Microsoft has announced a new special event to take place in Shanghai, China, on May 23, where it says that it will “show the world what’s next.” While that’s pretty much all that Microsoft appears prepared to reveal about the event at the moment, The Verge says that it has been told by Microsoft that new hardware will be unveiled at the event.

Other clues indicate that this mysterious hardware that is due to be revealed on May 23 could well be the Surface Pro 5. Microsoft’s vice president of devices, Surface creator Panos Panay, pretty much gave the game away by tweeting about the event with the hashtag “#Surface.” The fact that he will be at the event in Shanghai is another big clue.

It’s expected that the forthcoming SP5 will not be dramatically different to the SP4, with tech journalist Paul Thurott...
The whole point of the original Microsoft Surface tablet, released in 2012, was to show PC manufacturers and the world just how good a touchscreen-enabled Windows PC could be, Microsoft CVP of Surface Panos Panay told Business Insider earlier this year.

"We needed to ensure it would happen right," Panay said at the time.

So when Microsoft last week unveiled the Surface Studio — a gorgeous all-in-one PC that doubles as a touchscreen drafting table for creatives — it raised a big question.

If the Surface was designed to bring the Windows PC industry around to touchscreens, what does the Surface Studio do for Microsoft?

"The entire ecosystem benefits when we create new categories and experiences that bring together the best of hardware and software," Panay tells Business Insider. He calls the Surface Studio "a new way for people to experience Windows 10, Office, Skype and more."

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At its October 26th event, Microsoft announced a new collapsible all-in-one desktop PC called the Surface Studio made for designers and optimized for the new "Creators Update" to Windows 10. To keep you fully immersed in a project, the company also unveiled a new haptic feedback accessory dubbed the Surface Dial that puts a clever twist on workflow interaction.The device is roughly the size of a hockey puck and connects wirelessly to the Surface Studio, but it also works with the Surface Book and the Surface Pro 4.

Along with the keyboard and mouse, the touch-sensitive Dial adapts to whatever application you're working with to add a third level of contextual control.

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Microsoft has unveiled a new all-in-one PC at its "Imagine What You'll Do" event in New York City. The Surface Studio, as the device is called, is a gorgeous desktop that looks to rival Apple's iMac Its cheapest model costs $2,999, with its highest-end model costing $4,199, and pre-orders kicked off today, October 26.

The Surface Studio has a 28-inch PixelSense display with touchscreen support. We’re looking at 3:2 aspect ratio, and a 12.5mm thin profile. Microsoft Panos Panay did say it’s the thinnest LCD monitor ever built. One interesting feature of the screen is the true scale. One inch on the screen is actually one inch in real life, which might make several tasks easier on...

Here's a quick PSA reminder: Starting July 29th, Microsoft's Windows 10 will no longer be a free download. After that date the regular retail price will apply. For Windows 10 Home that will be $119, and for the Pro version it will be $119. You have just a few days to get off the fence one way or the other.

As if Pokemon Go wasn't already addictive enough for many folks, some crafty engineers are taking it to a whole new level. Developers from Koder and Capitola VR came up with VR/AR prototypes of the game to be used with Microsoft Hololens. Just watch the video above to see it in action.

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