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Next Microsoft HoloLens won’t be released for two more years

The next iteration of Microsoft’s enterprise-focused virtual reality headset, the Microsoft HoloLens, is unlikely to appear for at least two years.  The computer giant told Computing‘s sister site The Inquirer last month that it was working on new versions of its mixed-reality headset, after revealing that the first iteration of HoloLens has made its way into the hands of just ... Read More »

CES 2017: Dell launches XPS 27 AIO and Canvas display as direct rival to Microsoft Surface Studio

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How Nintendo beat Apple and the iPhone 7 to 3D cameras by four years

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Why Apple’s iPad Pro is absolutely no good for the enterprise

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Microsoft Surface Hub delayed until April due to ‘manufacturing issues’

The Microsoft Surface Hub, the giant 84-inch touchscreen that Microsoft showcased when it launched Windows 10 last year, has been delayed for a second time. The tablet is now not scheduled to arrive until April. So says a report at Computing’s sister publication CRN, which quotes a Microsoft representative and sources in the reseller industry that the Surface Hub won’t be ... Read More »

Has Microsoft seen the future of PCs, phones and tablets with its stackable ‘modular computing device’?’

Microsoft has patented what it calls a “modular computing device”, which includes the use of stackable components to allow for simpler PC upgrade processes. The patent, filed on 7 July 2015 but only surfacing in published form late last week, features a “display device physically and communicatively coupled to the housing via a hinge, and one or more display hardware ... Read More »

NEC E231W monitor review

As firms focus ever more on their power bills, hardware manufacturers are under increasing pressure to prove the eco credentials of their kit. LCD displays are a prime example and NEC’s E231W is its latest model boasting green friendly features. The 23in E231W white LED backlit display offers a fairly standard set of specifications that includes 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, ... Read More »

Cisco IPTV screens to boost Millennium Stadium profits

Cisco has installed a £2.7m video over IP and digital content delivery platform at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium. The venue’s owner, the Welsh Rugby Union Group (WRUG), hopes the system will help entice visiting fans to buy food and drink from in-stadium vendors before match kick-off, rather than succumb to the temptations of Cardiff city centre’s many pubs and restaurants, and ... Read More »

Waitrose overhauls its in-store pricing system

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NEC MultiSync EA192M LCD monitor review

NEC’s 19in EA192M LCD monitor is aimed at large corporates and medium-sized businesses, and continues NEC’s push to provide budget energy-efficient monitors. Launched in December, there are three ranges in NEC’s performance Eco displays – the E, EA and EX series – but only the large-screen models have a USB 2.0 hub. All have Carbon Meter to track and control ... Read More »

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