The Surface Laptop Go is Microsoft’s second try at an affordable Surface, and it hits the mark better than the original Surface Go tablet did. It still offers compromises, with strategic cuts to keep the price competitive with a Chromebook. Still, they’re mostly smart decisions—even a sub-1080p display and Windows 10 in S Mode didn’t turn us off. Although the Surface Laptop Go lacks the easy expansion of some competing
GRAPEVINE, Texas, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — APEX Surface Care, the nation’s most experienced, reliable and sustainable surface care company, today announced it has integrated industry-leading ICE Robotics autonomous cleaning equipment and technology into its surface care solutions, delivering a more modern, efficient and data-driven maintenance approach. By incorporating the latest high-tech equipment, APEX Surface Care is raising the bar for North America’s most image-conscious facilities.
Incorporating robotics into
As the government-subsidized Go To Travel tourism promotion campaign picks up steam with the recent inclusion of travel to and from Tokyo, tour companies are rushing to offer travel packages, with some apparently over the top.
Experts say problems have emerged with the program, aimed at supporting the industry hit hard by the novel coronavirus pandemic, because the campaign was worked out in a rush.
A travel agency in Tokyo
After producing a fine laptop and a great budget tablet, Microsoft is finally voltroning these concepts together to make the Microsoft Surface Laptop Go, a $550 laptop with a real Intel 10th-gen i5 processor. This is what we’ve been asking for.
The problem with Microsoft’s budget lineup (until today) is that it felt pricey if you were just out for a good Windows device. The
Globus is preparing to run its first tours in more than six months. River and cruise lines continue to slowly ramp up European sailings. Mexico is easing hotel and meetings capacity limits. Hawaii plans to reopen next month with pretravel Covid-19 testing. And companies say travel sales have been on a steady rise after the early summer’s sudden drop-off.
Heading into the final weeks of month seven of the Covid-19