Microsoft's Windows 10 Devices Event: As it happened

Microsoft’s October event saw the company unveil a number of exciting Windows 10-based products, including HoloLens, the Band 2 activity tracker, the Lumia 950 and 950 XL, the Surface Pro 4, and the Surface Book.

While you can expect our full thoughts on Microsoft’s latest announcements tomorrow, here’s a direct recap of Google’s September event as told by our staff writer and live tweeter, Keenan Jacobs.

Microsoft’s HoloLens will release alongside a developer kit

Microsoft kicks off the event with a HoloLens demonstration

HoloLens will be released in Q1 2016 for $3,000 USD, alongside a development kit


Band 2 is the sequel to Microsoft’s first activity tracker

Microsoft unveil the Band 2; the company’s new fitness tracker

Microsoft also confirmed all-new apps from popular developers are heading to Windows 10, including the likes of Facebook and Uber

HoloLens will be released on the 30th of October, retailing for $249,00 USD

Microsoft turns its attention to mobile devices: a new Lumia range, and a new Surface

The Lumia 950 leaked earlier this year
Both the 950 and 950XL will cary a 20mp primary shooter

Both the Lumia 950 and 950XL were leaked in images earlier this year

Microsoft’s display dock features an HDMI and DisplayPort out, as well as three USB ports

Lumia 950 and 950XL will be able to run as full Windows 10 devices using Continuum

Leaked earlier this year, Microsoft will release a display dock for its Lumia devices, which included HDMI and DisplayPort out, as well as 3 USB ports for removable accessories

Microsoft will unveil the budget Lumia 550 tomorrow

The Surface Pro 4 will feature up to 16GBs RAM and 1TB SSD memory

Microsoft officially unveil the Surface Pro 4

The Surface Pro 4 arrives alongside its own Display Dock

Microsoft unveil the Surface Book; the company’s take on an ultra-portable laptop

Surface Book is Microsoft’s take on an ultra portable laptop

Microsoft officially claim that the Surface Book is twice as fast as Apple’s MacBook Pro

Surface Book can additionally detach from the keyboard to act as a tablet

That concludes Microsoft’s October event!

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