Submitted by mpctips 958d ago | news

Acer goes ahead with Windows RT tablet for this year

IT World: Acer plans to release a Windows RT tablet this year as it looks to aggressively expand its lineup of mobile devices, including smartphones.
The PC maker will be releasing mobile products as the PC market stagnates, and Windows RT will be part of its product line, said Oliver Ahrens, president of Europe, Middle East and Africa operations, during an interview at Mobile World Congress. (Acer, Gadgets, Software, Tablets, Windows RT)

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justinbkerr  +   958d ago
All aboard the sinking ship! Plenty of room!
dcbronco  +   957d ago
I'd wait until the AMD releases a series of ARM based APUs before I consider Windows RT a sinking ship. What appears to be sinking may just be the foundation for a flying boat.
newsguy  +   958d ago

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