So back in July Steve Ballmer promised the Windows tablet will be coming out. They are but slowly. Smaller companies like TegaTech have decided to step up to the bat at make tablets. The Tega v2 was created by Hugo Ortega; a tablet PC enthusiast from Australia, TegaTech Australia was excited to see that we were interested in reviewing their products. When you see this product you will see why we wanted to review it. This tablet is pure awesome.
The blog post reads, “We’re introducing a new WhatsApp app for Windows that loads faster and is built with an interface similar to the app's mobile version.”
Since the middle of February, customers of AMD graphics cards have been reporting situations in which Windows installations were entirely bricked after installing new drivers.