Windows 8 Tablet PC’s
If you are looking forward to buying a Windows 8 tablet PC, you will find the latest news here
This is a list with some of the best Windows 8 devices that are currently available
Big business has shown a keen interest in Windows 8 tablets while at the same time more or less ignoring Windows 8 in every other form.
Microsoft’s tablet has been selling well, but it is expected to reach a more critical mass when we get closer to the holiday season
Microsoft Surface got priced on Tuesday, coming in at $100 cheaper than the 32GB new iPad
Microsoft opened pre-orders for Surface, the company’s tablet-hybrid device, this week. A cheaper-than-iPad, price seems to be attracting consumers: the device sold out.
After considerable speculation, Microsoft today confirmed pricing for its well received tablet-laptop hybrid Surface.
Three Asus Windows 8 devices have been leaked to technology website ZDNet. The roadmap covers three hybrid devices, the form factor we’re anticipating.
A recent survey revealed survey app usage across mobile platforms among 1,000 respondents.
As Windows 8’s launch approaches in under 60 days, Dell, HP, and Sony have showed off Windows RT devices for the operating system. We’re seeing a mixture of tablets and hybrids devices.
We don’t know how Windows 8 devices are going to be priced, with rumors of Microsoft’s Surface tablet being priced in-between $199 and over $1000. Asus said however it will price its devices according to the next iPad’s pricing structure.
The IDC reckons the Surface tablets Microsoft announced in June won’t sell for $199, and Microsoft is stockpiling just three million of the devices. That’s a small amount, though Microsoft is launching with limited availability.
Google’s Nexus and the Kindle Fire are cheap. That’s why we believe Microsoft will either sell the RT tablet for really cheap or come up with a lite-version
Recent reports are suggesting Lenovo is to launch two Windows 8 tablets in the IdeaPad Yoga range, and one will be built for Windows RT/ARM and could launch alongside Windows 8. However, the price could be in quadruple figures.
Lenovo announces the ThinkPad for Windows 8, an x86 tablet that’s super-thin and hitting the market before Surface. We think it looks great, and here’s why you should.