And the Surface Hub isn't even the craziest hardware announced by Microsoft today. That honor goes to Windows Holographic, a set of technologies-a headset, new Windows 10 technology, and a HoloStudio dev app-that brings some insanely intense augmented reality capabilities to Windows. You'll definitely want to check this out.
When can you get it?
Myerson also revealed some stats from the Windows 10 Technical Preview. Thus far, more than 1.7 million people have registered for the Windows Insider program, and they've installed Windows 10 on more than 3 million different PCs.
A fresh Windows 10 Preview build containing the newly announced features will hit PCs next week, with a Windows 10 build for phones becoming available after the Super Bowl. Here's how to get started with the Windows 10 Preview.
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