Dell is Preparing a Tablet with Windows 8

Dell is Preparing a Tablet with Windows 8

Dell is Preparing a Tablet with Windows 8Dell recently said that not only a PC company , but this does not mean they will stop making computers and tablets are waiting for the day of the launch of Windows 8 , tablets have solution for that day specifically. In a statement to Bloomberg , the same Michael Dell said it will launch a tablet with Windows 8 as a solution to the iPhone (2012).

We tried and we see that Windows 8 feels as good as it looks and Dell seems to have found a way to enter the tablet market with the next version of Microsoft’s operating system. As most know, Dell Streak 5 was discontinued and the 7 inch has little role in the mobile market as one more with Android.

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Five Alternatives to the iPad 3

Five Alternatives to the iPad 3

Five Alternatives to the iPad 3

Apple has organized an event (which will continue to live) which is expected to present the iPad 3 or, as recent rumors, the iPhone HD . In any case, it is expected that the new Apple tablet  break out forcefully into the market, as did the previous ones. However, will have several rivals .

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Samsung Admits That They Are Not Well In Market Of Tablets 1

Samsung Admits That They Are Not Well In Market Of Tablets

Samsung Admits That They Are Not Well In Market Of Tablets 2

Today, mounted on the back of Android, Korea’s Samsung is one of the most powerful companies in the market for smartphones . And it is because they are doing many things right, but there is a sector where finish off but started well : in the tablets, which is a serious problem that we all had record and now a director of the company has publicly admitted.

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Windows on Tablet

Which Operating System is Mostly Preferred on Tablet ?

Windows on TabletIt is always amazing what results come out in studies or surveys at the end. The latest example comes from the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), whose study found that consumers prefer a tablet with Windows. It is therefore surprising, since the number of available Windows Tablet is currently almost negligible.

As Peter Kafka of AllThingsD reports, the study of BCG covered with a former Forrester survey . According to BCG prefer 42 percent of U.S. consumers with a Tablet Windows, IOS to 27 percent, Android is in

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