I've heard things about it that sound good, but I actually don't know anything about their new tablet.
I haven't yet read the article either. Not sure I get the title though. It more suggest that MS doesn't know what it's doing. I suspect they are just trying to reap the huge margins that Apple was getting. I'm not sure they can do that.
If, like me, you thought Microsoft would price Windows RT competitively, you were wrong: A leaked slide from Asus says that its Vivo Tab RT, due to be released alongside Windows RT at the end of October, will start at $600. Unbelievably, this is $100 more than the iPad 3, and a full $200 more than the iPad 2 or Galaxy Tab 2 10.1.
For $600, you would expect some sensational hardware specs ó but alas, thatís sadly not the case. The Vivo Tab RT has a low-res 10.1-inch 1366◊768 IPS display, quad-core Tegra 3 SoC, 2GB of RAM, NFC, 8-megapixel cameraÖ and thatís about it. Like its Androidesque cousin, the Transformer, the Vivo Tab RT can be plugged into a keyboard/battery dock ó but itíll cost you another $200 for the pleasure. (Curiously, the Transformerís docking station only costs $150 ó go figure.)
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