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Microsoft’s Mixed reality takes over annual tech extravaganza in Taipei

siliconreview Microsoft’s Mixed reality takes over annual tech extravaganza in Taipei

Microsoft unveils its new approaches in the tech side of mixed reality at the annual tech meet in Taipei. With a futuristic vision into artificial intelligence, and virtual reality it tries to get more connected to people to gain their trusts and likes.  With the right partnerships with Intel and Qualcomm, together they are trying to blend in the right experiences to the people which they have never ever experienced. Talking about the new technologies, the most popular one which gained public attraction is the mixed reality headsets, which was planned to launch by the beginning of this year. At the tech meet, they express their hopes and views in the new idea of technology.

The tech extravaganza is already experiencing the impacts of many new technologies and that’s what makes it interesting to that point. Our partner model is unique in the industry as we collaborate, end-to-end, from design, through all phases of the product lifecycle and across consumer and device channels," said Nick Parker, corporate vice president, consumer and device sales. Although the mobile technology which was launched by them couldn’t grab public attention to that extent, the mixed reality and headset has already captured a million hearts. In addition to that the like of other companies like Acer, Dell, ASUS, HP and Lenovo are all going to support the technology and buy consumer’s confidence. Likewise, the world's biggest PC makers are committed to Microsoft's new always-connected PC category. These will be mobile computers that are always online via LTE/4G connectivity, that use the cloud for software and applications, and that will use processors developed in partnership with Intel and Qualcomm.