With the release date for Windows 10 set for 29th July, Microsoft announced introduction of devices that are compatible with Windows 10. These were launched by Nick Parker, who is the Vice President of the Original Equipment Manufacturer Division at Microsoft. These devices have been developed by several different manufacturers. The devices were displayed at Computex, which is the second largest tech expo in the world.
HP Spectre X360
Spectre X360 is an amazing 2-in-1 device and is powered by Intel Core i7 processor. The device features a 360 degrees hinge and a Quad HD Display. The device allows users to take the advantage of the annotation capabilities of the Edge browser. Edge is the brand new browser from Microsoft and will replace Internet Explorer in the new Windows 10.
Dell 15 inch XPS Laptop
Dell 15 inch XPS is the next in the line to the 13 inch laptop introduced by Dell. Similar to the 13 inch laptop, Dell 15 inch XPS also has an almost borderless display which is termed as InfinityEdge by Dell. The laptop features a touchscreen that offers the choice to change the screen resolutions from the standard 1080p to 3200 X 1800 touchscreen resolution.
Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga
The 2-in-1 device from Lenovo, ThinkPad Yoga is another fantastic device that will make the optimum utilisation of Windows 10 capabilities. ThinkPad Yoga is currently shipped with preinstalled Windows 8.1, but allows free upgrade to Windows 10. The device has a touchscreen display which is sized at 12.5 inches that has a 1920 X 1080 display and is bundled with a digitiser pen.
Apart from these three devices, Microsoft also unveiled few other devices some of them from their new partners. These include the Chinese manufacturer Lengda that manufacturers H200 BT tablet, i7 Core-M tablet from Cube and Emdoor 8.9 2-in-1. The Aspire Z Series from Acer, ASUS Transformer Book T100HA 2-in-1 laptop and ASUS Zen AiO Z240 are some of the other devices which were introduced by Microsoft at Computex.