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Microsoft speaks about its deal with Facebook using Metaverse

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At its annual Microsoft Ignite conference in New York, Microsoft announced a partnership with Facebook owner Meta to improve the way hardware works with Metaverse. It also showed off three new Surface computers.

Through a partnership between the two tech giants, the Mesh for Microsoft Teams virtual reality add-on for Microsoft’s workplace messaging platform will be built into the Meta Quest VR headset.

Microsoft said that the integration would let people connect and work together as if they were in the same room. Meta Quest will also have Microsoft 365 applications, so users will be able to use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and SharePoint in virtual reality (VR).

Microsoft also showed off its newest Surface devices, such as the Surface Laptop 5, the Surface Pro 9 convertible tablet, and the Surface Studio 2+ all-in-one PC. All of these devices run the Windows 11 operating system.

The Surface Pro 9 from Microsoft is like a mix between a laptop and a tablet. It runs on a processor from Intel’s 12th generation and now has 5G connectivity as an option. The screen is 13 inches and the device weighs at least 879 grams.

The Intel Core processors in the Surface Laptop 5 are from the 12th generation. It comes in models with touchscreens that are 13.5 inches and 15 inches.

At its annual Microsoft Ignite conference in New York, Microsoft announced a partnership with Facebook owner Meta to improve the way hardware works with Metaverse. It also showed off three new Surface computers.

Through a partnership between the two tech giants, the Mesh for Microsoft Teams virtual reality add-on for Microsoft’s workplace messaging platform will be built into the Meta Quest VR headset.

Microsoft said that the integration would let people connect and work together as if they were in the same room. Meta Quest will also have Microsoft 365 applications, so users will be able to use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and SharePoint in virtual reality (VR).

Microsoft also showed off its newest Surface devices, such as the Surface Laptop 5, the Surface Pro 9 convertible tablet, and the Surface Studio 2+ all-in-one PC. All of these devices run the Windows 11 operating system.

The Surface Pro 9 from Microsoft is like a mix between a laptop and a tablet. It runs on a processor from Intel’s 12th generation and now has 5G connectivity as an option. The screen is 13 inches and the device weighs at least 879 grams.

The Intel Core processors in the Surface Laptop 5 are from the 12th generation. It comes in models with touchscreens that are 13.5 inches and 15 inches.

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Microsoft has said that METAVERSE and META will work together in a number of ways. (PIC: MICHAEL NAGLE/BLOOMBERG VIA GETTY IMAGES)

It has a battery that lasts for 17 hours and a new, better camera for making face-to-face calls. It also has a Thunderbolt 4 port, which is a first. This port lets you connect the laptop to a 4K monitor, charge the battery, and move large video files quickly.

Surface Studio 2+ is a desktop computer from Microsoft that will replace Surface Studio 2 in 2018. The new 28-inch touchscreen device has a zero-gravity hinge that lets users move the screen up and down. It is made with an Intel Core H-35 processor from the eleventh generation.

The user can divide the screen into four separate app windows at the same time. There are both a USB-C port and a Thunderbolt port. Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos, which make the sound better, also make it better to stream video.

Microsoft also showed off Microsoft Places, a new app for the workplace that makes the best use of physical space, and Microsoft Teams Premium, which has an AI-powered feature that records and shares the most important parts of a meeting so that people can watch them later.

At the event, the company announced more than 100 new services and updates, as well as a large investment in a series of new additions to Microsoft Cloud to support cloud infrastructure, data capture and analysis, hybrid work, developer tools, and security.

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