Yesterday, we kicked off the next chapter of Windows 10, with new devices designed for Windows 10. We started with Microsoft devices
, where we are investing in hardware experiences to reinvent device categories.
Immediately after our event in New York, I flew to Barcelona to join HP to unveil their Windows 10 consumer devices. HP and Microsoft have a long history of working together, where HP has brought Windows to people everywhere in the world.
Today, HP announced new premium PCs that feature one-of-kind hardware in sleek industrial designs, bright high-resolution displays and Audio by Bang & Olufsen. New devices include HP Spectre x2, HP ENVY 8 Note, HP Notebook, HP ENVY Curved All-in-One, HP ENVY All-in-One, HP Pavillion Gaming Notebook, HP Spectre x360, HP Stream Notebook PCs, and HP ENVY 32 Media Display
. Each PC is built with powerful processors and delivers amazing Windows 10 experiences. HP’s line-up – which ranges from $299 to $1499 – takes the innovation of Windows and makes it accessible to everyone.
We’ve been working closely together on Windows 10 since the product design stage to marry Windows 10 with new hardware from HP to deliver great customer experiences. Together we reviewed component options, including the new Intel 6th generation processor. HP devices were built from the ground up with Windows 10 in mind, incorporating key features like Cortana, Microsoft Edge, and Continuum. Pen input and audio has been optimized to maximize the Microsoft Edge and Cortana experiences.
It’s been exciting to see strong momentum for Windows 10 devices from HP. While we’ve seen incredibly strong upgrades to Windows 10, we’ve also seen strong interest for new devices. HP has done a fantastic job helping us deliver Windows 10 – shipping the most Windows 10 devices to date. We look forward to seeing many more customers take advantage of these wonderful new Windows 10 devices.
And, we look forward to unveiling more new devices with our partners in the coming weeks