Microsoft And Intel Partnered For Project Evo

Microsoft has currently gone on to announce a new feature, which is coming to Windows 10 – Project EVO. Project EVO will be Microsoft’s seize on Amazon Echo, to bring Cortana to your house and integrate Windows 10 around your home by going on to leverage other features of the OS.
 
Microsoft is teaming up with Intel so as to build these kinds of specific devices. Project EVO will especially go on to focus on introducing new and innovative products or PCs for the future.
 
Microsoft in its official blog states,
 
“Windows has always been about deep partnerships that marry the best innovation across hardware, software, and services to provide our customers with ground-breaking experiences and great device choices. One of our most important partners making this possible is Intel, and today, I’m thrilled to announce our latest collaboration, codenamed “Project Evo.”
 
 
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With Project Evo, Microsoft and Intel together will go on to deliver all new ways for devices to light up with the current advanced security, artificial intelligence, and Cortana, mixed reality as well as gaming. Microsoft states that through this particular collaboration, devices of the future will be able to leverage the innovations of Microsoft as well as Intel, which include the following, as per the official blog.
  • You will now be able to ask Cortana a question or play a song from across the room.

  • The latest security capabilities to protect devices from malware and hacking threats, advances in biometric authentication with Windows Hello, sophisticated insights from Microsoft’s Intelligent Security Graph, additional world-class security intelligence, and analytics from Intel will be present at one place, i.e. your Windows 10 PC.

  • Mixed reality experiences for everyone through affordable PCs and head mounted displays (HMDs) that blend the physical and virtual realities in ways that no other platform can, will be brought exclusively on Windows 10.

  • Gaming innovations like eSports, game broadcasting and support for 4K, High Dynamic Range (HDR), Wide Color Gamut (WCG), spatial audio, and Xbox controllers with native Bluetooth.
 Project EVO is still under development and Microsoft promises that it will steadily share more information about it in the near future.