Computex 2015: HP, Dell, ASUS, Acer and Toshiba showed up new hardware with Windows 10.
At the Computex Tech Show 2015 in Taiwan, Microsoft showed up some of the new hardwares of partners like ASUS, HP, ACER, DELL and TOSHIBA with the upcoming Windows 10 software running on.
ASUS Transformer Book T100HA
Asus’ new Transformer Book T100HA was demonstrated, along with the Zen AiO Z240, which boasts a quad-core Intel Core i7, a Nvidia GTX 960M graphics card, and a 3D camera system. Asus says it’ll be a great gaming system. Acer also brought along an all-in-one system called the Aspire Z3-710, the chassis of which measures a slim 1.4-inches.
Zen AiO Z240,
HP also had two new devices on stage, starting with an unnamed tablet that will feature an as yet unknown, but apparently “revolutionary” note-taking feature. It was joined by the X2, 11.6 inch, a clever 2-in-1 laptop/tablet hybrid designed for Windows 10, and equipped with a magnetic hinge for fast conversion between the two states. HP calls it a tablet-first machine.
Dell was also part of the showcase, catching attention with its new XPS 15 — shown for the very first time here — complete with a larger borderless display than the one seen on the XPS 13.