Microsoft Releases Five Brand New Windows 10 Devices

Microsoft Corporation today October six two thousand fifteen revealed five brand new Windows 10 devices. This company released these devices at a live Windows 10 event. Microsoft released their first ever laptop computer called Surface Book.

Also, two brand new Windows phones, Lumia 950 and 950 XL, were released. There is a new version of Microsoft Band now available for purchase. Finally, a new version of a Surface Pro tablet computer was revealed.

Microsoft's first ever Surface Book laptop computer is priced at one thousand four hundred ninety nine dollars. A thirteen inch screen is detachable and converts into a tablet computer. This device includes a screen pen and ships with Windows 10 operating system.

Microsoft's two brand new Windows phones ship with Windows 10 operating system. Both Lumia 950 and 950 XL can hook up to a computer monitor via a Microsoft display dock accessory. Both smart phones include a twenty megapixel camera sensor.

You can track your heart rate, exercise, calorie burn, and sleep quality with an all new Microsoft Band watch. This watch is priced at two hundred forty nine dollars. You can receive email, text, and calendar alerts with a Microsoft health application.

Microsoft's latest Surface Pro 4 tablet computer retails at eight hundred ninety nine dollars. This eight and a half by eleven dimensioned computer is a bit of a hybrid. You can use this tablet as a laptop with an included kickstand.

All of these new Microsoft products that run Windows 10 operating system are available for purchase. However, some of them you will have to pre-order. Want to learn more detailed information about today's Microsoft live Windows 10 hardware release event?

Check out their October 2015 event page, including a video presentation of this briefing.

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