At COMPUTEX, Microsoft is showcasing new Windows-based devices made by its hardware partners. Microsoft during its keynote at COMPUTEX detailed its current Windows based device offerings and the opportunities for the OEM to innovate on Windows platform.
In its booth, Microsoft showed off nearly 100 PCs, either newly available or soon-to-be-released, ranging from ultraportable thin and light notebooks as well as small and always-connected companions to secure business laptops, high-performance entertainment notebooks and high-end gaming rigs. PCs, phones, servers, TVs, handheld specialty devices — they’re all here.
That’s not the end of the story for Microsoft at Computex as they are going to reveal Windows.next later today.