Apple is known for innovation, but times are changing. Microsoft proved yet again at its recent hardware event that its products are much more innovative and exciting than those that were unveiled by Apple, says MarketWatch.
What Apple and Microsoft unveiled
At its annual hardware event on Wednesday, Microsoft unveiled the Windows 10 Creators update. The update included several exciting things such as new virtual reality headsets that can be used on Windows PCs through the HoloLens platform and 3D imaging tools.
Microsoft also showcased an enterprise-grade desktop called the Surface Studio with a starting price of $2,999 that can essentially be folded into a table-sized tablet; the Surface Dial, an input device for Surface products that allows users to toggle between different menu items just by twisting it like a doorknob; and lastly, the Surface Book i7.