Microsoft unveiled how Windows 10 enables the next generation of devices, cloud based solutions and creates opportunities for partners to grow their businesses.
At Computex, the latest innovations in Cortana, Continuum, Microsoft Edge and Windows Hello were demonstrated including DirectX 12, which will improve the gaming experience, as well as the opportunity for OEMs to develop unique hardware to light up new capabilities.
Nick Parker, corporate vice president OEM Division, Microsoft has also highlighted an array of devices designed for Windows 10 including PCs from Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP and Toshiba and demonstrated two new PC form factors.
Acer has offered Acer Z3-710 all-in-one PC that delivers powerful computing and enhanced audio in a slim, 1.4-inch-thin chassis.
Meanwhile, ASUS has unveiled ASUS Transformer Book T100HA and ASUS Zen AiO Z240 which has detachable keyboard that boasts up to 14 hours of battery life and latest quad-core Intel Core i7 CPU respectively.
This apart, Toshiba PC enables Windows Hello with the latest in biometric security technology, including a face-authentication camera, an Ultra HD 4K screen and optimization for Cortana.
FoxConn Kangaroo is an ultra-portable desktop PC that turns TV into a full Windows PC, including a fingerprint reader to support Windows Hello and up to six hours of battery life.
Also, Quanta Compute Plug is a mini-PC in a power adapter instead of a stick. It turns a TV into a smart computer and enables users to control their TV using Cortana via Bluetooth remote or headset.
The company showcased a new GPU from NVIDIA that enables a premium, high-performance gaming experience on Windows 10.
Microsoft and Toshiba have also joined hands to build next-generation Windows- and Azure-powered IoT solutions.