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The more notable changes are on the inside. It packs an 11th-gen Intel Core i7-11370H processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card while running Windows 11 Pro. Microsoft says it offers 50 percent faster CPU performance and double the graphics performance. As for accessories, the Studio 2+ comes with a Surface Pen, Surface Keyboard, and Surface Mouse.

Additional Accessories

Microsoft Presenter+

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Microsoft Presenter+

The Presenter+, which connects via Bluetooth, is designed for anyone whose workdays consist of presentations in Microsoft Teams. During video calls, you can use it to mute and unmute yourself and join meeting rooms. When you have to do a presentation, you can use the Presenter+ to cycle through slides and direct your coworkers toward specific content with the screen pointer. There’s also a dedicated Teams button that allows you to raise or lower your hand. Microsoft claims you’ll get up to six days of battery life on a single charge.

Microsoft Audio Dock

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Microsoft Audio Dock

The Audio Dock comes with speakers (complete with a 15-watt woofer and 5-watt tweeters), microphones, and a pass-through PC charger all in one compact design. With four ports, including an HDMI, two USB-C, and a USB-A, you can use it to plug in up to two monitors and charge your phone without cluttering up your desk. Microsoft says the dual forward-facing mics also help with noise reduction, and there’s a mute button for video calls. 

Adaptive Accessories

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Adaptive Accessories

Back in May, at its annual Ability Summit, Microsoft unveiled new PC hardware for people with limited mobility, set to be released later this year. Those adaptive accessories will officially be available starting October 25. The lineup includes devices like an adaptive mouse, a programmable button, and a hub to connect them to a PC wirelessly. You can read more about the hardware here.

New Creator Tools in Microsoft 365 

It’s not all about hardware. Microsoft also introduced new creator features within Microsoft 365, Microsoft Edge, and Bing. In Microsoft 365, there’s a new Microsoft Designer app for creating graphics, invitations, digital postcards, and more. Powered by DALL-E 2 from OpenAI, it’ll generate images and designs for you, to help save time. This tool will also be integrated into Microsoft Edge, so you can also use it within a browser window. You’ll have access to a similar tool within Bing called Image Creator. 

For video makers, there’s Clipchamp—a video editing software acquired by Microsoft back in September 2021. It’s available in Windows 11 and via a browser. Finally, there’s also a new website called Microsoft Create. With access to Designer and Clipchamp, along with PowerPoint, Word, and more, you’ll be able to create graphic designs, videos, and presentations, all in one place. 


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