Windows 10 PCs have arrived in the most fun and convenient way and simplistic hardware technologies. Windows 10 is a free upgrade from Windows 7 and 8 and the features not include improving battery life and provide us wireless charging, but it also allows us to login with face recognition and useful USB ports and much more. The evolving technology has done a marvelous job. Some of them are not yet for Windows PCs but are simply available. They will be soon on PCs.
- USB Type C
The small USB Type-C port in (Windows 10 PCs)has already become popular around the time. There is no more need to detach the cable from your charger, the multifaceted USB Type-C ports can effortlessly recharge your cell phones and other peripherals and also connects PCs to monitors and other external storage devices.
Identical connectors on both ends of the USB cable allow it to transfer data between PCs at a faster rate (at a speed of 10Gbps).
- Advanced displays
Microsoft has revealed that Windows 10 PCs will soon have OLED displays which are currently available in TV, LCDs, tablets, etc. The high-quality display screen in Windows 10 is a cherry on top.
- Face recognition
Finger scan has been a thing for a long time now. Windows 10 PCS have come with RealSense 3D cameras now which will be able to recognize faces for logging in the user. It has already been implemented in tablets etc. and now it’s ready to take its turn on PCs to perform functions of not only recognizing faces but it will also recognize other objects and measure their distance.
Soon to come sensor devices in Windows 10 PCs will be capable of measuring atmospheric pressure, temperature and carbon dioxide levels, etc. There is a stand out feature in Windows 10 that lets you switch between the user interfaces of tablets and PCs which is made possible by a sensor that detects the position of the device on which you’re working.
- Wire-free computing
Intel wants all wireless laptops. The company will be bringing wireless battery charging technology for our laptops to save us from the trouble of carrying bulky power chargers.Intel has been dealing with cafes and airports about the installation of wireless charging tables and other surfaces where the user can just place the laptop on the surface and get it charged. Although the technology may take some time for its installation but it is on track.
- Better Performance
Windows 10 is to work on Core chips code-named Skylake which will boost graphics and applications and will also improve battery life in laptops. The Skylake chips are most likely built for low-power laptops and tablets but will also be available for desktop chips and PCs.
Acer has introduced highly anticipated gaming laptop Predator 21 X which is very much compatible with Windows 10. It offers a curved screen which gives a real gaming experience with smooth game play.
- Hardware upgrades
Windows 10 PCs hardware is persistently updating. The battery life is promised to get better by the DirectX 12 support graphic card. Laptops are also now shipped with DDR4 memory there by improving internal data transfer between the components of computer like memory and processor.
- Two in One Premium
Toshiba has introduced a great 2-in-1 premium. It’s a convertible PC that runs on Windows 10 Pro. The Portégé X20W measures a thickness of 15.4mm weighs less than 2.5 pounds. The battery life supports PC for almost 16 hours. The technology includes IR cameras for secure logins, multi-directional microphones for Cortana, and a touch screen for making web pages at Microsoft Edge and much more.
- Sprout Pro
Striding from 2-in-1, HP has designed an all-in-one Sprout Pro. It is an immersive PC that encompasses high technologies and advanced features that create highly interactive and visual content for the audience. It features an i7 processor (Intel Core) and 1TB of SSHD storage and has up to 16GB of RAM and for faster 3D scanning it provides us with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M graphics.