Microsoft will launch a new set of free webcam stand and webcam drivers for its new Surface Pro 4 tablet and Windows 10 PCs later this month.
The company will be launching its new Windows 10 webcam drivers this week and will begin offering a free trial to customers who sign up for a trial, according to a blog post on Microsoft’s support website.
The Windows 10 desktop webcam drivers will be offered as a free download from the Windows 10 Insider Program, according a Microsoft spokesperson told PCWorld.
The software update will add a number of new webcam drivers to the Surface Pro family, including one for the Surface RT, a new Surface RT tablet, and an improved webcam driver for the new Surface Laptop.
The Surface RT is the new tablet model Microsoft unveiled earlier this year that has the first-ever Intel Core M processor.
It also includes the Surface Laptops’ first-generation Intel Skylake processor and Intel’s 10-inch x 9.7-inch Surface Pro tablet with a 13-inch display.
The new Surface Tabs with Microsoft’s new Windows Hello facial recognition feature are expected to launch in the second half of the year.
The new Surface Studio tablet, which will include an Intel Core i5-5200U processor, 8GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, is also expected to arrive in the third quarter of 2018.