How to watch Microsoft press event live stream at IFA 2015

IFA 2015: Microsoft's "Windows 10 lights up new devices" press event will live stream at 3PM (Berlin local time) / 9AM Easter Time / 6AM Pacific Time, and here is how you watch the event.

Windows 10 at Microsoft BUILD 2015

Microsoft has released Windows 10 only weeks ago, and now it’s to time show off upcoming devices running the new operating system. On September 4th, Microsoft is holding its own press event at IFA 2015 in Berlin to highlight new desktops, tablets, and phones from partners that will ship with Windows 10.

The company will be streaming the event live at 3PM (Berlin local time) / 9AM Easter Time / 6AM Pacific Time, and you’ll be watch the event hosted by Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President for OEM partners division, Nick Parker, here.

During the “Windows 10 lights up new devices” press event, the software maker will show a number of hardware we’ve already seen this week and may be a few new unseen devices. This week, we have seen one of the first Windows 10 Mobile handsets offering Continuum with the Jade Primo phone from Acer, Lenovo unveiled the IdeaPad Miix 700 tablet, which is ridiculous similar to the Surface Pro 3, and many more devices.

However, we’re not expecting to see the Surface Pro 4 or new Lumia phones during the Microsoft keynote live stream at IFA 2015. The company is planning its own hardware event in October to introduce its new devices, which is likely to be hosted in New York City.

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