Microsoft Philippines unveiled the Window Glass House today at the ground floor of SM City Cebu. The Glass House showcases how modern Filipino households can leverage Window devices and apps to enhance their lifestyle.
Visitors of the Microsoft’s Windows Glass House will not only get the chance to play with the latest Windows devices
also get the chance win an Asus T100, one of the latest two-in-one devices in the market right now Other devices on the display include other two-in-ones such as HP Split and Lenovo Yoga tablets like Acer”
W4 and the newest smartphones from Nokia. Various Windows 8.1 apps that are fit to every member of the family such as Halo (for gaming), Click the City (for lifestyle and entertainment guide) Bing Heal & Fitness app (for fitness, nutritional, health and wellness needs), Bing Food (for recipes and cooking tips), Bing Travel (for travel planning,, ABS-CBN (for news and information), and MERALCO (for utility management) are also being showcased.
Ivy and Cynthia Almario, from the country’s premier interior design firm Atelier Almario, designed the Windows Glass House. The Almario sisters are known for their broad range of style as seen from their work as designers for luxurious and high-end spaces in the country.
“We are proud to take on the challenge of being able to incorporate technology with aesthetics through
Microsoft’s Glass House and to see how devices, apps, and other technologies transform the interior space,” said Ivy Almario. “We are glad that Microsoft has given us the opportunity to explore endless possibilities with technology especially with Windows devices.”
Microsoft’s Windows Glass House
“The Glass House reflects our philosophy that technology greatly affects the way people live,” said Cynthia Almario. “This says so much about how Filipino consumers can use technology such as the exciting Windows 8.1 apps and devices to accomplish things in a more fun and more products way.
Through the Glass House, Microsoft reimagines life and showcases how Windows 8.1 apps and devices
are able to create a personalized computing experience that fits perfectly with the way people live,” said
Mae Moreno, Windows Client Business Lead at Microsoft Philippines. “There is a Windows app and device
designed for each member of the family proving that Microsoft has the capability to power and transform
their everyday living.”The Wind ows Glass House exhibit will be at SM City Cebu starting January 30 until February 2, 2014.