When it comes to Windows tablets, is Microsoft taking control of its hardware destiny? That’s the chatter floating around the web — suggesting that Microsoft has manufactured a Windows RT tablet. If true here’s the potential impact for Microsoft’s channel and hardware partners.
Windows RT is designed for ARM processors.
I'm only getting started writing Android applications, and am stuck at how to connect a couple of Android tablets (one from Medion, the other from Archos) to Windows (XP and 7) so that Basic4Android can upload applications.
When I connect those tablets, Windows just adds them as external drives.
I guess the AVD Manager is only used to create emulators, not connect an Android device
Microsoft is dead-set on keeping Windows RT with devices like the Surface 2, but now that it’s committed to shelling out $7.2 billion for Nokia’s devices business the folks in Redmond have yet another source of hardware know-how to tap.
Windows tablets RT: In much less than Windows eight tablets will senior … Unconfirmed reports say that the Microsoft RT tablet Windows will sell for S199. It really is challenging to know whether this is accurate, but Lenovo stated that with Windows tile RT will price in between $ 200 and $ 300 much less [...]
Today, Acer officially unveiled the U.S. and Canadian availability, pricing and full spec list of its Iconia W700 Windows 8 tablet, which comes in three variants ranging in price from $799 ($749 in Canada) to $999, depending on hardware configuration.
When Windows 8 Surface tablets launch this fall, maybe Microsoft should steal a page from the Google Nexus 7 tablet launch: Microsoft should sell Surface tablets mainly online and keep inventories low to ensure initial tablet shipments “sell out.” Here’s why.
Google’s 16GB Nexus tablet, which counters Amazon’s Kindle Fire, apparently is sold out.
As the tablets have different features, depending on what you needs and what is your budget plan to buying a tablet PC. Most people use it for fun and connection with people. The tablet hardware,working speed, display sensititivity, battery life are the most important factors you need to consider when you are about to choose a tablet PC for yourself.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Home ITSamsung is reportedly ready to take on the Windows RT challenge, giving Microsoft an ARM-powered Windows RT tablet to compete with iPads and Android tablets, while clearly gearing up to make Windows 8 Pro tablets too, while HP says it is going 8 Pro only.