Pens, holograms and you: Microsoft's quest to make computing 'natural'
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Microsoft’s vision of “natural computing” will be a significant departure from the keyboard-and-mouse combination we’re all familiar with today — but several moving parts have to come together in order to make it work.
Namely, those include touchscreens, smart pens and augmented-reality headsets.
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Luckily, Microsoft brought all of those elements together on stage at the Computex trade show on Wednesday.
It announced that Windows Hello and Windows Ink, two features that had been seen in beta earlier this year, will become real for Windows