(Posts: 71; Member since: 11 Nov 2011)
I agree with this move by Samsung. For whatever reason, Microsoft hasn't done anything it seems to distinguish the differences between Windows 8 and Windows 8 RT to American consumers. The reason they're a successful company is because of smart decisions like this.
(Posts: 1059; Member since: 27 May 2012)
Windows is dominating PCs, Laptops and Ultrabooks. However, It starts doing well in phones as Windows Phone8 (thanks to Nokia Lumia) , but it is still struggling in the tablets sector.
In fact, Windows Surface RT would be epic fail because the name of RT gives to the user a clue of DEFICIENCY compared to the regular Windows 8.
I think the last chance for Windows in tablets is the tablet that would come from Nokia. If it would be nice, sleek and not expensive, I think there would be a chance for Windows to gain glory in the tablet sector.
(Posts: 1439; Member since: 05 Dec 2011)
Gotta Agree on Samsung with this one, it sound more like Cost Benefit Analysis
(Posts: 5265; Member since: 29 Mar 2012)
In Samsung CES keynote Microsoft state they are transforming from a software company to a devices and services company. Sound like upcoming Apple no 2.
Samsung instead of getting sue by apple alone they have to worry about m$ competition/lawsuits as well.
(Posts: 590; Member since: 20 Apr 2010)
Unfortunate, but Samsung probably made a wise choice. Perhaps they'll ultimately make a variation of the Surface Pro.
(Posts: 36; Member since: 28 Jul 2012)
but it is selling at best buy
No U.S. launch coming for the Samsung ATIV Tab Windows RT tablet