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Microsoft Showcases Upcoming Windows 10 Hardware at Computex 2015

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(NDTV Gadgets) – Microsoft during its keynote address on Wednesday at Computex 2015 showed off upcoming Windows 10 hardware from numerous manufacturers, specifically Acer, Asus, Dell, Foxconn, HP, Quanta, and Toshiba.

The Redmond giant’s keynote address was helmed by Nick Parker, Corporate Vice President OEM Division at Microsoft. He said these and other devices will make their way to the market in the months following Windows 10’s release in 190 countries on July 29. Parker also detailed a new Internet of Things (IoT) agreement with Toshiba.

The keynote saw Microsoft showcase the Acer Z3-710 and Acer ZC-700, a new all-in-one PC with a 36mm-thin chassis. The Acer Z3-710 features a 23.8-inch full-HD (1920×1080 pixel) 10-point mult-touch LED-backlit display. The Acer ZC-700 on the other hand features a 19.5-inch full-HD (1920×1080 pixel) LED-backlit display.

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