Amazon’s voice assistant, Alexa, has already moved beyond the Echo to a handful of other devices, but the company is apparently just getting started. It turns out the retail giant is also in talks with Lenovo, the world’s biggest PC maker, to bring Alexa to your desktop computer.

An anonymous Lenovo executive confirmed the news to CNET, revealing that the company was in early talks with Amazon about a potential partnership. However, we still don’t know much about how Alexa on your PC would work or whether it will ever actually happen. “We consider things all the time and we’ve looked at it,” the exec said. “But there’s nothing on the roadmap.”

Bringing a voice assistant to your PC wouldn’t be unprecedented. Microsoft already offers its own Cortana software with Windows 10, and Apple will bring Siri to Macs with an update later this year. It’s also unclear how Alexa and Cortana would coexist on Lenovo’s Windows 10 computers.

The news suggests that Amazon might be in talks with multiple companies to bring Alexa to desktop computers. It could even potentially bring the voice assistant to mobile devices, too, though it sounds like we’ll be waiting a while before anything is officially announced.