Cortana is going to be a major feature in Windows going forward. Microsoft is bringing Cortana for the first time to PCs with Windows 10. Toshiba, one of the leading Windows OEMs is planning to have a dedicated hardware key for Cortana in all its Windows 10 laptops.
The Cortana key will be on all of Toshiba’s Windows 10 PCs—“across the board, top to bottom,” according to Jeff Barney, the general manager and vice president in charge of Toshiba America’s PC business. The key will sit in the upper left area, near the function keys, he said.
The idea behind the dedicated Cortana key is to make sure that “Cortana is listening when you want it to. Toshiba is also adding high-fidelity array mics to its PCs to improve Cortana’s ability to understand what you say.
Source: PC World