Windows 8 Tablets
Samsung’s Ativ tablet is now on AT&T’s roster and it is available for $800 from both the online and retail stores of the carrier.
Acer announced two new tablets from the Iconia series that will be targeted towards the business section and will be running Windows 8, the upcoming operating system from Microsoft.
Fujitsu has launched a hybrid Windows 8 tablet that is meant solely for business users.
Gigabyte has unveiled a new Windows 8 tablet to add to the posse of brand new Windows 8 devices out there and it comes with its own speaker dock.
Lenovo’s newly launched convertibles bode well for the company and their join presence might help it rise to the top of the upcoming Windows 8 wave of devices.
Your Windows 8 tablets will be a lot of things for a lot of you but only some of you will be getting one that is also waterproof, thanks to Fujitsu.
It is not secret that Intel has been wanting to break in to the ARM dominated mobile market for quite some time and now the company believes it has the right ingredients in the form of the new Clover Trail SoC and Windows 8 from Microsoft.
Asus showed off its Windows 8 tablets earlier this month but there was no information available on the pricing up until now.
Microsoft has set up a new studio in London that will mainly focus on providing entertainment content for Windows 8 tablets.