Lenovo exec says Windows RT doesn't need to exist10
The comment came from Lenovo's Australian marketing chief Nick Reynolds during a question and answer session following Lenovo's press conference at IFA in Berlin. Reynolds explained that the new Haswell chips from Intel have removed the need for consumers to choose between battery life and performance; and so, if users can get a full day of use from Windows 8, there's no reason for RT to be around.
$900 million in unsold Surface inventory that the company had to write off, we don't expect that argument to be all that long. Not surprisingly, Lenovo announced a few refreshes to its Windows 8 lineup, including a new Yoga convertible, but no Windows RT devices.Microsoft might argue that RT hits that lower price range that full Windows 8 tablets and hybrids can't reach, but given the