Microsoft is known to be a company that likes to show off upcoming hardware and software, and traditionally can do it at any time. During Friday, Microsoft did exactly that, with a debut of upcoming hardware during the IFA show. The IFA show is known for debuts, and Microsoft hit it off with a bang.
Microsoft hosted a keynote at the IFA show in Berlin, and shared their experiences about Windows 10, demonstrated how well it worked with partner devices, and showed how Windows 10 is being run across 75 million devices now, and with customers in over 192 countries across the global market.
Learning and Busines Tools
During its keynote, Microsoft showed off partner devices from Acer and Lenovo. Both the Acer Aspire One Cloudbook and Lenovo IdeaPad 100S were unveiled at the show. They allow users to play educational games, keep in contact with others, and work with Office 365 with services in the cloud and more.
For business customers, Microsoft showed Windows 10 with business devices from SMB’s, who did a little more with it. THey showed off the Dell Latitude 13, the HP EliteBook Folio 1020, and the Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 260/460. These all show innovation, protect with security, and encompass business needs
Other Partner Devices
Microsoft also showed off partner devices with devices for rugged needs as well. Windows 10 was shown off on a Panasonic Toughpad FZ-M1, and this devices was built for toughness, high security demands, and connect ability. Windows 10 has transformed this machine into a toughness monster.
Lastly, Microsoft showed off connected devices that focused around the Internet Of Things. Microsoft showed one from Toshiba and was a powered driving recorder. It gives drivers precise logging of miles, connects with Azure in the cloud, and monitors goods in transit. All of which are important for business.
Microsoft showed off its Windows 10 devices at the IFA show. It shows that Windows 10 is growing and becoming a quick hit everywhere.