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Acer, Asus, NVIDIA and other Taiwanese computer manufacturers displayed new format computers at Computex last week. Of course, they followed the US auto makers by using pretty girls to display the hardware.
The new tablets, Ultrabooks, and all-in-one computers are based on Windows 8 and ARM and Intel processors. Consumers will have a dizzying variety of new computers to select once Windows 8 ships and these devices hit our shores.
Users will like the new pretty face – business will like Windows 8 for employee efficiency, enhanced security, network connectivity, multiple form factors, energy conservation, and Internet Explorer 10
Windows 8 soft keyboard user interface (illustration Microsoft)
By Stephen Pate – Aquilium Group - While some will focus on the touch interface, there are substantial improvements in Windows 8 that addresses energy costs, organizational security and productivity both within the corporate network and through mobile access. Continue reading →