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Wait continues for new Windows 10 hardware after IFA delivers more of the same
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Wait continues for new Windows 10 hardware after IFA delivers more of the same

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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella promised in July that we might have the “widest range of Windows hardware ever available” later this yr. However the vacation procuring season is rapidly approaching, and thus far the firm has but to blow us away.(*10*)

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Some Microsoft watchers thought we would begin to see the units at IFA, Europe’s premier tech present, this morning — however no such luck. Microsoft’s keynote in Berlin as a substitute featured OEM Division Vice President Nick Parker exhibiting off a handful of not-so-interesting PCs and tablets we’ve seen earlier than.(*10*)

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All of it simply retains the suspension constructing for a hardware bonanza the firm is supposedly planning for October. Microsoft has but to make it official, but it surely’s been broadly reported that the firm is saving its largest bulletins for one blowout unveiling.(*10*)

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Win10_Windows_ProductFamily_WebBased on The Verge, we’ll see new Lumia handsets, a Floor Professional 4 and Microsoft Band 2 at that occasion.(*10*)

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That sort of new shiny hardware sounds precisely like what Nadella promised earlier this yr and it could actually assist preserve the Windows 10 momentum rolling by means of the upcoming vacation procuring season.(*10*)

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The working system launch is already off to an excellent begin, as more than 75 million devices are actually working Windows 10 after its first month. That’s a sooner pickup fee than we’ve seen from some other model of Windows, one thing that actually has so much to do with the indisputable fact that the improve is free for many customers.(*10*)

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