Tech Advisor May 2020 Digital Edition

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This month

Inside this month’s edition we review Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7, the latest in the company’s excellent Surface Pro range. You can find out why this is the Windows 2-in-1 you’ve been waiting for inside. Also this issue we look at why Nvidia’s play-anywhere GeForce Now gaming service blows Google Stadia out of the water, and ask whether 2020 will be the year that VR breaks out. Plus, we reveal how to turn your TV into a computer monitor. All this and much more can be found in the latest issue of Tech Advisor. 

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