First Windows 8 tablets coming in October
1. roscuthiii posted on 20 Mar 2012, 03:09 3 0
In time for the holidays... might just be my number one wish list item.
3. naveenstuns posted on 20 Mar 2012, 03:42 2 0
windows 8 will be a great success with intel processors but with ARM it will be doubtful. With Nokia planning for ARM based tablet it will be a test for nokia. with both dell and lenevo out for windows 8 tablet. It is my wish for christmas .
5. 7thspaceman posted on 20 Mar 2012, 04:41 2 0
If the Microsoft OEMs make an Intel CPU chipset windows 8 tablet with good battery life
than lookout baby it will be the most useful tablet on the market because the intel CPU chipset Windows 8 tablets can run full PC Games, Entertainment. and BUsiness programs buy one with a blue tooth keyboard and mouse and you do serous stuff with a windows 8 tablet. The Apple Ipad may still be the favorite for Entertainment Videos but the windows 8 Tablets will be the work horse tablets for more serious tasks.
6. Bluesky02 posted on 20 Mar 2012, 06:19 3 0
Windows 8 will indeed changed everything.
Time by time tablets will catch up with pc. Then one day you could play games like Crysis on your tablets. Softwares like Adobe photoshop, 3Dmax, Microsoft Office will be on your tablet. It is by then you will see true Post-PC Era. If keyboard is a problem, Asus will no doubt release a Windows 8 with keyboard combo (Asus Transformer Prime).
7. tward291 posted on 20 Mar 2012, 07:37 3 0
i cant wait microsoft is going to take all my hard earned money
9. good2great posted on 20 Mar 2012, 15:23 2 0
it would be nice to see HP get it together and release a phone, tablet, and PC with Windows 8 that would be sweet!
we all are gonna be windows 8 sheep...lol
i think we all migrated to iOS or android because windows mobile fell off before windows phone 7 lol
10. W.P._Android_in_that_Order posted on 20 Mar 2012, 20:30 1 0
Haha. Heck yeah! I'm ready to be a W8 sheep.
11. hazeblaze777 posted on 21 Mar 2012, 18:45 0 0
Windows 8 on ARM is cool, but a W8 tablet without the full desktop experience isn't worth switching from Android. I'd rather have an x86 slate closer to 1.5 lbs and 7-8 hrs of battery life. That'd be the sweet spot for me... I'm going to buy one in October regardless, but I hope they're able to get the specs somewhere close to that.