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Submitted by -Mezzo- 675d ago | opinion piece

Microsoft's ARM blunder: 7 reasons why Windows RT was DOA

TheRegister - Industry doomsayers were circling Windows 8 like buzzards before it even launched, but they picked the wrong carcass. Microsoft's real 2012 roadkill was Win8's ARM-powered cousin, Windows RT. (Gadgets, Microsoft, Software, Windows RT)

-Mezzo-  +   676d ago
It does kinda looks that way.
SilentNegotiator  +   675d ago
Just an excuse to charge people more for the real windows.
Thefreeman012  +   675d ago
terrible app store interface, terrible dev support, slow tablet entirely. i was looking forward to surface until i played with it for 30 mins at bestbuy
awiseman  +   675d ago
I would wait for the Pro version, thats the real surface, this Windows RT is junk.
Thefreeman012  +   674d ago
there is no chance i am paying 899 for a tablet. especially when i can buy a touch screen laptop that is cheaper and does the same thing

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