We saw the first enabled Cortana speaker this week, the Harman Kardon Invoke and now we have some details on the Microsoft HomeHub, which the company will use to take on Amazon Echo devices.
According to a recent report from The Verge, the Microsoft HomeHub is designed to create a family environment for a PC and it will offer shared access to things like calendars, apps and more.
The Verge have received some concept images of how the Microsoft HomeHub will loo and work, it woll feature a welcome screen that is always on, this can be seen in the picture above.
The Microsoft HomeHub will support Cortana voice commands and this can be used for a wide range of features which will including voice search, making calls and video calls and more.
This new feature will apparently be added to Windows 10 later in the year, the HomeHub will be added to the OS in the September software update, this will allow anyone to turn a Windows 10 PC into a Microsoft HomeHub.
We are expecting to find out more details about the new Microsoft HomeHub later this month, the company is holding a special event in Shanghai on the 23rd of May.
Source The Verge
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