Microsoft is making a big stand, at the Computex 2011 trade show in Taipei, showcasing more than 130 new Windows-based devices to consumers and companies brought to market by more than 50 of its hardware partners.
“Nearly 100 of them at Microsoft’s booth includes: either newly available or soon-to-be-released, ranging from ultraportable thin and light notebooks as well as small and always-connected companions to secure business laptops, high-performance entertainment notebooks and high-end gaming rigs. PCs, phones, servers, TVs, handheld specialty devices .”
Some of the products demonstrated includes:
Acer Aspire Z5801, Acer ICONIA Tab W500, ASUS U36SD, ASUS ROG G73SW 3D, Dell Latitude 6220, Dell XPS 15z, HP Pavilion dv6, HP TouchSmart 610, Lenovo IdeaPad U260, Samsung 900x 3A, Sony VAIO SB, Toshiba Qosmio F750, Acer AC100, HP MS6200, Advantech PIT-1702, TriCascade Elka-700, HTC Trophy, LG Optimus 7, Samsung Omnia 7.
Microsoft’s OEM Division vp at the Computex said “Investments in new technologies that simplify experiences and improve the way we interact with devices remain a Microsoft priority. Natural user interface (NUI) technologies and rich cloud services built into the Windows platforms help deliver immersive experiences to customers, and enable countless new business opportunities for our device partners.”
You can check the products photo gallery here.