Windows 10 may be installed on over 200 million devices at the moment, but Microsoft certainly wants that number to keep growing. That includes devices other than PCs or smartphones. At the annual convention and expo for the National Retail Federation this week in New York City, Microsoft is showing off some of those more unique Windows 10 devices made for retailers. One of them involves a vending machine with a 40-inch Windows 10 touchscreen.
The vending machine is made by Mondelēz International and is a lot different than the typical mechanical products that most people are familiar with:
Mondelēz plans to put up to 5,000 of these Windows 10-based vending machines in place in the U.S. in the next four to five years. It's also developed a universal Windows 10 app that can be used by its owners to help maintain and support those machines.
Microsoft is also showing off a demo of a new point of sale (POS) solution concept at the expo that uses a number of Windows 10 features, such as Continuum and Windows Hello:
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