Category archive: Windows Tablets

NVIDIA CEO disappointed with Windows RT sales

NVIDIA CEO disappointed with Windows RT sales

Microsoft’s Windows RT is the red-headed stepchild of the tablet market. When the company built Windows RT and the Surface RT, they did so to address perceived shortcomings in the market. Tablets have been viewed predominantly as luxury items, devices consumers used to check email, surf the web, and run select games and applications available…

Android to finally overtake iOS in the tablet market in 2013, IDC projects

Android to finally overtake iOS in the tablet market in 2013, IDC projects

2013 will be the year Android tablets steal the crown from the iPad, according to an IDC report out Tuesday (via GigaOM). Tablets running the Android operating system will soar to 48.8% by the end of 2013, overtaking iOS which falls to 46.0% of the tablet market. The numbers shrink a bit when the projection…

Surface Pro: A bust for consumers, a boom for the enterprise

Surface Pro: A bust for consumers, a boom for the enterprise

Earlier today, Microsoft announced that the Surface Windows 8 Pro will be launching¬†in the United States and Canada on February 9th for $899 for the model with 64GB of internal storage. Many around the net are crying foul, unable to fathom how a tablet would retail for $899. With the industry leading iPad retailing for…

Panasonic demos half-inch thick, 20″ tablet with 4K display and stylus input

Panasonic demos half-inch thick, 20" tablet with 4K display and stylus input

At this morning’s International CES opening keynote,¬†Chief Executive Officer of Panasonic North America Joe Taylor unveiled a new tablet which could revolutionize the way we do business. The device shown on stage featured a 20″ super thin tablet with a mind-blowing 4K resolution display running a full Windows 8 operating system. A video demonstrated a…

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