After the continued success of the Windows Insider program, Microsoft is looking to expand its functionality to include hardware design. The Redmond giant is currently sending out emails to select Windows Insiders around the world, soliciting their collaboration on the hardware front. Dubbed "Create Together", the program will let Insiders suggest color choices and design ideas that will "empower" them to do more:
Let's do the amazing. Let's create something empowering. It's time to 'Create Together'.
Imagine being a part of the making of a device of your choices, your colours, your design, your wishes.
A device created with your vision, built by a Microsoft partner a device that will empower you to do more and tell your story, your way.
A device made from thoughtful choices of a select few like you.
So, let's begin this journey.
Gabe Aul commented that he would be interested in the idea earlier this month, and it looks like the email that's going out to Insiders is the first step in that direction. We'll share additional details as we receive them.
What design ideas would you guys suggest if you were included in the program? Share your thoughts in the comments.
Source: Twitter (Aditya Ghode)
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