Microsoft Joins Partners For New Windows 10 Units At CES: Lenovo X1, Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

It’s a wild and gadget-filled time in Las Vegas this week, as the Consumer Electronics Show is underway there. On Tuesday, Microsoft joined its OEM partners onstage, and unveiled a wide variety of new Windows 10 machines.

The new set of machines that were unveiled at CES 2016, are new hybrids of what Windows 10 machines can and will be. Names like Samsung, Lenovo, and HP took the stage, to show off their latest Windows 10 inventions.

Microsoft and Partners Unveil Lenovo X1 Yoga

Lenovo X1 Yoga & HP EliteBook Folio

One of the more premier units unveiled at CES, was the ThinkPad x1 Yoga, and this Windows 10 machine is built for business users. It has tablet and laptop users in mind, is 0.66 inches thick, and has a 14-inch Samsung OLED display.

Secondly, HP is bringing out their EliteBook Folio. This is built for business users and Skype For Business users. It’s the thinnest and lightest HP to date. It’s only 12.4mm thick, weighs under 1kg, and will be available in March 2016.

Microsoft and Samsung Show Galaxy TabPro S At CES

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

By far the biggest name to take stage was Samsung, as they took the curtains off the Galaxy TabPro S. This is a 2-in-1 Windows 10 machine, and combines notebook and tablet use. It’s 6.3mm thin and is 693g heavy.

It comes with Windows 10 Home, enables it to be fully stretched out like a table, and is remarkable. It will have a cutting edge AMOLED display, and support LTE Cat 6. It will also offer 10 hours of use, with it being capable of being charged in 2.5 hours.

2016 will be a fun year to showcase Windows 10 machines. These are just the beginning, with many more to come.

Published: Monday, January 11th, 2016 Last Modified: January 11, 2016

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