Microsoft is about to unveil new products both hardware and software Tuesday, and you can join the fun and follow the event live over the internet.
The education-centered #MicrosoftEDU event starts at 9:30 AM ET in New York City, and will likely bring two key new products. On the software side, the company is rumored to launch a new, web-centric version of Windows 10. On the hardware front, Microsoft will likely unveil a Surface-based laptop that runs on this new version of Windows.
Of course, there may be other announcements from the company; perhaps a consumer-ready version of HoloLens or a new mixed-reality headset will appear? And given the event’s theme, a few more announcements related to education wouldn’t surprise us.
We don’t know for sure yet, but we will soon; Mashable‘s Chief Correspondent Lance Ulanoff and Senior Product Analyst Raymond Wong are on the ground and will be reporting from the event live. Click on their names to see their updates on Twitter; there will also be updates on Mashable‘s Tech Twitter channel.
Microsoft will also be having a live stream of the event, starting at 9:30 AM ET; you can follow it here.
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