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Learn from executives and experts about what’s next for the Windows 10 hardware ecosystem.

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Keynote presentation at WinHEC

Watch the keynote from the Windows Hardware Engineering Community (WinHEC) event in Shenzhen, China.

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WinHEC workshops and events

At WinHEC events we share deep technical knowledge that will help you build and optimize hardware for Windows. If you have any questions, are interested in attending a workshop, or have feedback on a topic you would like to see covered at a future events, please contact

Windows Holographic technical session

Windows holographic technical session

Windows IoT Core session

Windows IoT Core: design and build trusted, productive and connected IoT devices

Cortana and the speech platform session

Cortana and the speech platform

PC gaming session

PC Gaming with including Xbox Wireless, High Dynamic Range, Wide Color Gamut support and DirectX 12

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Hardware kits available to Windows Insiders

Hardware development kits are now available to Windows Insiders. Join the Windows Insider Program to get the latest Windows Driver Kit (WDK), Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK), and Hardware Lab Kit (HLK).

Build up IoT projects with the IoT Kits for Windows

We’ve spoken to thousands of you around the world at both commercial IoT events and Maker Faires and in many of these conversations, you have asked for better ways to get started – how to find the quickest path to device experimentation using Windows 10 and Azure. New IoT starter kits are now available to help you get started.

CES 2017: HP announces redesigned Sprout Pro, 4K PCs and curved gaming display

Ahead of CES 2017, HP announced exciting new PC innovations built for Windows 10 that will change the way people interact with their PCs. The new devices become available for pre-order in January.

Windows pen designs, showing the pressure sensing tips, some buttons, and implementations for an erase feature.
Ship a Windows pen with your devices

Learn how to implement and validate an integrated Windows pen device, for Windows 10 operating systems.

3D printing support for Windows 10
3D printing support for Windows 10

Learn more about the 3D printing SDK, APIs, apps, and hardware partners that make 3D scanning and printing possible with Windows 10.

Windows 10 computer screen showing biometric logon options
Windows Hello biometric requirements

Learn about the hardware requirements for biometric equipment, such as IR camera and fingerprint readers in order to support Windows Hello.

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