Terry Myerson and Nick Parker survey wide range of innovative Windows 10 devices showcased at Mobile World Congress 2016

This week in Barcelona a wealth of new Windows 10 devices are being announced as part of Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest mobile trade show. The offerings span across device types, extending mobility of the Windows 10 experience to small screens, big screens and even devices with no screens at all – with universal apps that likewise span device types.

“It’s exciting to welcome new devices to the Windows 10 family from ALCATEL, HP, Huawei, Trinity, Lenovo, Panasonic and VAIO,” said Terry Myerson, executive vice president, Windows and Devices Group, on the Windows Experience Blog. “With new phones, 2- in-1s, and notebooks, we’re delighted to see the ecosystem continuing to embrace Windows 10. Our commitment to reinvent device categories remains strong through features like Continuum, Cortana, and Windows Hello. Our partners are embracing these technologies in innovative ways, delivering the most productive and secure experiences across a wide variety of devices.”

To peruse a collection of the devices, head over to Myerson’s post on the Windows Experience Blog. Also be sure to view the Sway from Barcelona from Nick Parker, corporate vice president, Original Equipment Manufacturer Division.

Steve Clarke
Microsoft News Center Staff