Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Windows Tablet 8 from $ 300? Intel and Microsoft plot to reduce the iPad shares below 50%

Microsoft and Intel are engaged in defining strategies for the market debut of the first tablet with Windows 8, which will take place only in September with the release of version dedicated to models with x86 and the next release RT for ARM devices. The goal is obviously to grab a major slice of the market at the expense of Android and especially Apple. The two multinationals seem to have it placed the target of an increasing market share of filings today for the iPad with the hope that we can drop below 50% within one year.
According to the latest rumors are as many as 32 ​​of the tablet with Windows 8, which will arrive by the end of 2012 , with all the major manufacturers like HP, Dell, Lenovo, Acer, Asus and Toshiba launch involved in the operation of the new OS. In particular, Acer and Lenovo seems eager to produce different models with entry-level devices that will cost only $ 300.
Intel is focusing on the Chinese manufacturer, among the few who has registered strong growth data in 2011 and holds a major market share in the vast basin Asia, the key to why there will be a global success of the Tablet PC.

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