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The gauntlet has been thrown down. Microsoft has updated its top-spec Surface Book, while Apple has updated its MacBook Pro, putting in a new Touch Bar feature.

The new generation of gaming has been highly successful, with more consoles sold than ever before and more top quality games made available than you could imagine.

The Xbox One X is finally here, you have your shiny new box, but what do you have to do next?

For the first year of its availability, Microsoft offered a free upgrade to Windows 10 for users of non-enterprise versions of Windows 7 and 8.

Although Microsoft announced its 4K games console last June, it was Sony that beat it to the punch by a mile, the PS4 Pro was released a whole year before the Xbox One X.

If you’re interested in 4K gaming, you’ll almost certainly be reading several Xbox One X reviews today. They’ll all tell you the same thing: the hardware is great but it’s far too expensive, and the games library is nowhere near as good as the Sony PS4 Pro.

Much of the interest around augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) has focused on consumers and, in particular, gaming, but if those technologies are to become a significant and sustained part of the computing landscape, they probably need to find markets beyond entertainment.

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