The company that helped put a computer on every desktop is taking a stab at reshaping the desktop. And, in the process, it's trying to shift the conversation around PCs to creating and building things.
Major updates were unveiled at the Microsoft Windows 10 event, including Microsoft's entry into the desktop computer hardware market via the powerful, professional-level Surface Studio.
Microsoft wants to bring life to common computing experiences by adding a third dimension to widely used software such as Windows and Office, making it easy to create and share 3-D images.
Among the devices expected to be unveiled at Microsoft's upcoming event is a new type of Surface device: an all-in-one PC. The new desktop aims to leverage Microsoft's success with its Surface Pro 2-in-1.
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