Porsche Design announces new Windows 10 2-in-1 laptop at COMPUTEX 2016

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Porsche Design is working on a new Windows 2-in-1 computer, collaborating with a local OEM to get the job done. Knowing the reputation of the team at Porsche Design, this particular Windows 10 computer should be a stunner.

The announcement was made recently at Microsoft’s event at COMPUTEX 2016. The laptop should come packed with an Intel Core M processor, USB Type C, and a 13.3-inch display. Furthermore, potential buyers should expect support for Windows Hello 2.0, Windows 10’s new inking feature, and Cortana. Most of the above features are set to be released in the upcoming Anniversary Update set for July 29, 2016.

As for when the device will be ready for consumer consumption, we’re hearing winter 2016. But chances are that you’ve never heard of Porsche Design. For most, it isn’t popular or well-known company by any means but for those with deep pockets, the brand should be pretty familiar. The company doesn’t only sell tech-related products, but clothes, watches, shoes, traveling bags, sunglasses, and much more — all sporting luxurious price tags. Like a ballpoint pen on sale for over $200. Visit the company’s website right here and marvel at all of their premium priced products.

Outside of what Porsche Design is doing at COMPUTEX, Intel announced a new processor known as Kaby Lake. It is based on its 7th generation technology and should be ready come 2017. Furthermore, Dell announced a new 2-in-1 laptop from the Inspiron 7000 family. This laptop is expected to start at $749.


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