Windows 8 Samsung Tablet
Just like the other 4999 attendees of Build Windows Conference, I am too happy to have got a test Samsung Tablet running “Developer Preview” of Windows. Having got a touch netbook previously in PDC 2009 towards the launch of Windows 7, I should say I was expecting something like this.
The tablet looks great, feels a little heavy compared to iPad but has a USB port, plays all media formats that Windows Media recognizes (and for those it doesn’t you can always run VLC Player) and starts up in less than 2 seconds (awesome).
The machine specifications were impressive too and ships with SDK & Visual Studio to develop Metro style Apps.
And I was surprised to see some “Humour” in Microsoft EULA for the tablet. When was the last time you read anything in a Microsoft material that you can understand?
Tablet PCs have replaced the modern day smartphones, especially for those who use it extensively with numerous applications. Featured with the specifications that higher priced PCs or laptops can give, as well as the facilities of smartphones, really this gadget is rolling among the users. Just a visit to http://www.rightshopping.in/g/it.asp?C=Tablet%20PC-India&cid=17 brings varieties of this specific gadget wonder.