Dell and HP tablets confirmed the release of Windows RT
A few days ago, we learned that Microsoft would limit the number of assemblers can make tablets RT for Windows, version 8 supports windows internal platforms based on ARM chips. In this, IT was speculated that HP was thinking of staying out of the game, because his interest would not be entering the market for ARM, x86 staying in the area at the moment.
However, now reports that HP began walking back to her decision to accept the marketing of products with Windows RT, while Dell, one that was in doubt, also scored for entry into that market.
Recall that the idea of Microsoft to limit the number of assemblers , was to take the four chip designers ARM and enparejarlos most popular assemblers with two each, leaving Lenovo and ASUS NVIDIA, qualcomm Samsung, and Toshiba IT, leaving two places available. Thus, HP IT and Dell will be accompanied by Qualcomm.
Link: Dell Becomes Part of Windows RT Launch Plans, HP Does not Go Anywhere (Softpedia)Tags: Dell, HP, IT, Microsoft, qualcomm, windows, Windows 8, Windows RT