HP Logo

It looks like Microsoft's keynote address on Wednesday, June 3 at the Computex trade show in Taipei, Taiwan will show off two upcoming HP devices running on Windows 10.

In a post on LinkedIn, HP's Vice-President for Customer Experience and Portfolio Strategy Mike Nash offered a teaser of what those two Windows 10 products will be like:

"And for those of you attending Computex, be on the lookout for a sneak peak at two future HP devices during the Microsoft keynote on June 3, including a new ultra-portable "tablet first" detachable and a revolutionary note-taking tablet. Both devices show off two features I'm most excited about in Windows 10: personal assistant Cortana and Continuum – which adjusts the interface automatically no matter what mode you are using the device."

Nash also said their entire 2015 Windows PC lineup will be "Window 10" ready for the free upgrade for those machines that will have Windows 7 or 8.1 installed prior to the launch of the new OS on July 29. He stated:

"To make this an excellent experience, we are working with both Microsoft and our hardware component suppliers to have full coverage for drivers for Windows 10. Of course, many Windows 8.1 drivers work just fine on Windows 10, but we want to make sure that the latest driver is always available when necessary. To make sure the process is simple for customers, these drivers will be available directly from Microsoft and on HP.com."

Windows Central will be attending the Microsoft keynote at Computex on Wednesday and will have first-hand coverage of what will be revealed at the event.

Source: LinkedIn