Analysts don't see a future for Windows RT
According to IDC’s Bob O’Donnell, “Windows RT breaks the core value proposition of Windows,” which is based on legacy support for apps. Wes Miller of Directions on Microsoft said that he doesn’t “see a long-term viability for Windows RT as a value-driven strategy” because the app ecosystem isn't strong enough to attract customers. And, Gartner analyst Carolina Milanesi said that she doesn't expect Windows RT to ever be a real competitor to Android or iOS, and while it will likely stick around "for now", the future is murky.
Tegra 4 processors after Windows 8.1 is released, but based on the current sales numbers, it doesn't seem likely that RT has that long of a future.The analysts expect that Microsoft will try to make another push with Windows RT devices running on