It looks like Windows 10 is trying to make using a 3D printer as easy as using a regular paper printer. Check out this article for more - https://blogs.windows.com/buildingapps/2016/05/20/network-3d-printing-with-windows-10-iot-core/
They have natively added support for about 13 printers, some of which require a Raspberry Pi to provide the wifi functionality. It looks like they are taking requests for other printers to get added. Being that the Flux Delta has wifi built-in, I would imagine this could work without requiring the Raspberry Pi.
Flux Studio is getting better, but I think for the hardware to truly succeed, integrating easily with a variety of Model programs and slicers, is going to be the future of printing.