Updated May 31, 2017: Despite the earlier claim about HP's speaker needing a Windows PC to work, that is not the case. According to Microsoft "The new HP speaker is a standalone device featuring the intelligence of Cortana, the personal digital assistant by Microsoft. The HP speaker has Cortana intelligence built in and does not need to connect to a Windows 10 PC. We're excited about our partnership with HP and have nothing else to share at this time."

Up until now, Harman Kardon's Cortana speaker is the only one we've gotten a look at, but Computex just changed that. As reported by CNET, Microsoft briefly showed off a render of HP's upcoming Cortana speaker during its presentation, giving us a first look at the device.

HP's Cortana speaker makes brief appearance at Computex

Contrary to Harman Kardon's full-size speaker, HP's effort looks more in-line with the Amazon Echo Dot in terms of size. According to The Verge, HP's speaker is also a little different in that it will require a connection to a Windows PC to work — though it's not clear if that means a physical or wireless connection.

There's no release date or price for the HP speaker, and actual physical hardware wasn't shown off. That said, we should learn much more in the coming months.