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  • The future of Microsoft's (MSFT) Windows RT is starting to look a little shaky. Not only have Surface RT sales underwhelmed, Samsung has decided not to sell its RT tablets in the U.S. The electronics giant says educating U.S. consumers on RT would require "heavy lifting," and that retail partners have indicated RT demand is modest. One could also point out RT systems, which sport ARM-based (ARMH) CPUs from the likes of QCOM and NVDA, don't support older Windows apps, and that Intel and AMD have been busy developing tablet-friendly CPUs for Windows 8 Pro gear.  [View news story]
    I bought my wife a Surface RT for Christmas and she asked me to take it back and wait for a Pro, but the pen was the main difference for her. Why not give the RT a pen?
    Jan 11, 2013. 05:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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