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TAIPEI -- At the end of the Microsoft keynote speech at Computex 2015, corporate VP Nick Parker showed off some of the brand new products that are being made for the company's new operating system.

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Dell XPS 15

The bigger brother to the well-received XPS 13 notebook, the 15 features the same InfinityEdge borderless display design.

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Dell XPS 15 and RealSense

On the Microsoft stand, the XPS 15 is showing off the RealSense 3D camera.

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Toshiba 2-in-1

The Toshiba 2-in-1 is very "hush-hush secret squirrel" with no details being revealed. All we know is that it has an impressive 4K display, Cortana optimisation and a "face-authentication camera" for Windows Hello security. It also has the Toshiba Satellite brand on the bottom right.

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Toshiba 2-in-1

A slightly different look at the Toshiba 2-in-1 from its perspex cage at the Microsoft stand.

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Asus Zen AiO

Asus announced its range of flagship all-in-one PCs just a day earlier.

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Asus Transformer Book T100HA

The new Transformer Book from Asus -- also only just revealed -- was on stage at Microsoft as well.

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Acer Aspire Z3-710

This all-in-one from Acer has a 23.8-inch display and runs on an Intel Core i7 processor. It's designed to be portable, coming with 5 hours of battery life and the Intel RealSense 3D camera built-in.

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Kangaroo and Quanta

The black device is the Foxconn Kangaroo, a portable Atom-powered PC with almost 9 hours of battery life, designed to connect to your TV via the HDMI port.

The red one is the Qanta Mini PC -- same concept, same processor, no battery.

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