Tech giant Dell is rolling out its own office machines that might one day work for other tech companies.
The company said Tuesday that it will begin using its own Office 365 subscriptions to sell Office machines to its own users, starting in the coming months.
Dell said it will sell its office machines for $199 a year.
The announcement came just a day after Microsoft announced it would sell its own corporate suite of devices for $400 a year and Microsoft will sell a version of Office 365 to its users starting in 2019.
Microsoft has also rolled out a new version of its Office Suite called Office 365 Business.
The new suite, dubbed Office 365 Professional, is free to existing customers of the suite.
The office machines will be available for purchase starting April 1 and include a touch-screen display, a keyboard, mouse and stylus, among other features.
Office 365 Home Premium, which will be priced at $499, will include an optional digital copy of Microsoft Office.
Microsoft is also offering a $199 “Power BI” package for $499 that includes a version with all the new features, a Microsoft account, and access to a new Azure cloud service.