HP is outlining its plans for rolling out Windows 10 to customers of its business-friendly computers. The company will start transitioning to Windows 10 in mid-August, and by October most of HP’s business computers will be available with the option of Windows 10.
A few new devices will also ship with the new operating system, including the recently unveiled HP Pro Tablet 608 and a brand new device: the HP EliteBook Folio 1020 Bang & Olufsen limited edition laptop.
The new laptop is an updated version of the 12.5 inch Folio 1020 laptop with a Core M processor that launched last year, and it’s the first commercial product from HP to feature B&O audio.
HP hasn’t announced the price for the laptop yet, but it’s expected to be available this fall.
The HP Pro ATablet 608, meanwhile, will be available in August for $429 and up.
HP is emphasizing the new enterprise-friendly features of Windows 10, including Device Guard (which lets IT manager block installation of software from untrusted sources), Windows Hello (which lets you sign in using facial or fingerprint recognition), and Microsoft Passport (which adds support for securely signing into apps or sites).