Microsoft is building a “phone-laptop hybrid” Windows 10 device

This week, Microsoft for the second time will unveil Windows 10, but this time focus on specific feature tailor to consumers. The company will also talk about the new version of Windows 10 for mobile devices that merges the Windows Phone and Windows RT operating systems into a single SKU for phones and small tablets based on ARM and Intel’s x86 processors.

However, it seems that the event will not just be about software, it will also be about unveiling new hardware. The Information reports that the software giant is working on a new device that brings the best of a laptop and a phone into a single device.

The article describes this new device as a “phone-laptop hybrid” and it seems Microsoft is aiming this device to enterprise customers. The device still under development, as such what will be seen in the Windows 10 press event is a prototype demonstrating where the device is headed.

At this time, there is not specific information about the phone-laptop hybrid device, so we’ll have to wait a little to get more insights such as tech specs, release date, and pricing.

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