Microsoft prepares for a flood of Windows 10 devices

Microsoft is preparing for a huge Windows 10 devices event of its own tomorrow, but there’s more ahead. While the software maker will reveal new Surface and Lumia devices on Tuesday, it has also scheduled to be on stage with its major PC partners in the coming weeks. Microsoft will join HP in Barcelona on Wednesday, just a day after its Surface event. On Thursday Microsoft will be at Dell’s Windows 10 hardware event, and then on Friday Asus will be announcing new devices.

Microsoft executives, including Windows chief Terry Myerson and Joe Belfiore will be travelling to attend some of the partner events. Next week, Microsoft will join Acer in Taipei on October 12th and Toshiba in Tokyo on October 13th. Finally, Lenovo is also planning to announce new Windows 10 devices on October 19th. After a disappointing number of new PCs at IFA in Berlin recently, it looks like Microsoft and its partners are preparing to make October a big month for Windows 10.

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