Computex 2016 is just a week away, and Microsoft is teasing its plans for the annual conference in Taipei. In particular, this year's Computex will feature an appearance by Alex Kipman, inventor of the Microsoft HoloLens, and Terry Myerson, executive vice president of the Windows & Devices Group.
From Microsoft's Nick Parker on the Windows Blog:
This year's COMPUTEX is particularly exciting because I'll be joined by Terry Myerson, executive vice president, Windows & Devices Group, and Alex Kipman, technical fellow and inventor of Microsoft HoloLens, to explore how Windows 10 can inspire all new devices.
Microsoft's keynote, titled "Enabling Modern Windows Devices & Experiences," will take place on June 1, and will feature a look at how Windows 10 is providing a rich experience across a range of devices.
If you happen to be especially interested in Microsoft's HoloLens, it sounds like this keynote will be one you won't want to miss. And don't forget, Windows Central will be live on the ground in Taipei to bring you the latest from Computex as the show goes down!