COMPUTEX 2016 adds Windows Lead Terry Myerson and HoloLens creator Alex Kipman to roster

On June 1st, Microsoft will be among over 100,000 industry partners from 29 countries for COMPUTEX 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan. COMPUTEX, otherwise known as Taipei International Information Technology Show, is a special technology conference where Microsoft can connect and work with hardware partners to create incredible user experiences for Windows 10 devices around the globe.

Nick Parker, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President of Devices Partnership, will be joined by Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President of the Windows and Devices Group, and Alex Kipman, creator of HoloLens. Together, they will show how Windows Hello, Windows Ink, Cortana, and more will be used on Windows 10 devices.

COMPUTEX 2016 should be an exciting event this year, and we will likely see some new Windows 10 hardware to support Windows Hello, more features and updates to Windows Ink, Cortana, and more. Alex Kipman’s presence at COMPUTEX 2016 is even more thrilling, as Kipman will likely have an action-packed demonstration of a new HoloLens experience.

It’s too early to tell, but COMPUTEX 2016 should be a great event. Stay tuned to WinBeta for more exciting announcements!

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What new Windows 10 or HoloLens features would you like to see on display at COMPUTEX 2016?