Choices abound with new Windows devices unveiled at Computex 2014

The super-thin (7.3mm) ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi, shown by Nick Parker, Microsoft Corporate Vice President of the Original Equipment Manufacturer Division, was just one of many new Windows devices that were unveiled at Computex 2014.

Computex 2014 may be winding down, but the excitement is just beginning for customers looking for the right Windows device to fit their needs. Nearly 40 new Windows and Windows Phone devices of all shapes, sizes and prices were announced this week by manufacturers at Computex.

“Our partners are helping us deliver a broad range of Windows devices with all kinds of different form factors and in new markets and more price points, too,” writes Brandon LeBlanc on the Windows Experience Blog.

To help Microsoft’s partners, the company delivered new updates to Windows (Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Update) as part of its “new rapid release cadence. We have also added new hardware support to help our partners scale and new licensing such as $0 Windows for devices smaller than 9-inches in size. Many of the devices introduced this week at Computex are a result of all this work.”

Learn more about the Windows tablets, PCs and Windows Phone devices shown at Computex 2014 by heading over to the Windows Experience Blog.

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ASUS introduces the All-in-One PT2001 Windows-based PC, seen on stage at the Microsoft Computex keynote 2014.
ASUS All-in-One PT2001
June 03, 2014
ASUS introduces the All-in-One PT2001 Windows-based PC, seen on stage at the Microsoft Computex keynote 2014.


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Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff