Whether You Are a Student, Gamer or Small Business Owner, There Is a New Device Built For Your Task
Peter Han, Microsoft VP of Partner Devices and Solutions
(Redmond, WA, Friday, January, 6, 2017) – This year’s CES Conference is expected to set new attendance records with consumers, media and retailers keeping a close eye on announcements to get a glimpse of the future.
In 2016, over 177,000 attendees from 158 countries travelled to Las Vegas for the conference. A recent survey of attendees showed that 78% view the conference as “the most important event for companies involved in the consumer technology industry.”
New Microsoft partner devices announced at CES aim to highlight the versatility of Windows 10, showcasing key features and creating entirely new form factors. Whether you are a student, gamer or small business owner looking for an upgrade, there is a new device built for the task.
Highlights from partner announcements include:
- LG Gram – At roughly 2 lbs. this slim device offers a 60W battery – the highest capacity in the industry to-date – for a long of battery life, a touch screen display, and a Windows Hello fingerprint reader to help keep your data secure.
- Lenovo Y720 – This gaming device is Lenovos’ first laptop with an integrated, Xbox wireless Controller Receiver to make it easier to play your favorite Xbox games anywhere and a high-quality anti-glare screen.
- HP EliteBook x360 1030 – The extremely thin business convertible features integrated collaboration capabilities to enhance productivity, and high-quality audio and 4K UHD display options bring meetings to life.
- Dell Canvas – The versatile 27-inch workspace with a modular pen and dial that lays flat on your desk, gives developers and designers the ability to create, communicate and express ideas as naturally as with pen on paper. .
For more information on the devices above and others, visit blogs.microsoft.com