Microsoft and Sony have both been pushing the touchscreen to get people excited about the new operating system.
Both companies have released versions of the touchpad to promote the new feature.
This week, Microsoft launched a new version of the Windows 8 touchpad, called the Surface Pro 4, which has a new touchpad design that Microsoft says will give users “better control” over their device.
That’s not the only new touchscreen feature coming to the Windows Store.
Microsoft says the Surface Hub will be a touch-screen accessory that works with the Surface device.
And that’s something that will be exclusive to Microsoft’s new Surface Pro line of devices, which is rumored to start shipping in November.
Microsoft’s Surface Hub is a new Surface device that is rumored for November.
The new Surface Hub uses a “new” Microsoft touchpad and will cost $350.
The Surface Pro is a high-end version of Windows 8 with touch-screens, which can cost upwards of $2,000.
The company’s latest Surface Pro comes with a 7-inch, 16-inch screen.