This week, Toshiba has officially announced a temporary withdrawal from the market for Windows-based tablet RT. This news of course is quite surprising, with some electronics company as a producer, announced it has begun preparations to bring the tablet device that will use Microsoft’s newest operating system is.
Toshiba has a strong reason for their resignation, the delay in getting parts for the tablet, so it does not fit with the planned release date. But instead, the largest Japanese electronics company will still continue to work to develop software for Windows 8, as well as monitor the development of market conditions for the possibility to bring Windows-based tablet RT products.
Toshiba is reportedly yet to determine exactly which components are selected for a tablet device. However, news came that Texas Instruments will be the supplier of processors for the tablet, another tablet devices even to Toshiba in the future. In addition, Toshiba made the transition focus to develop software for Windows 8, was used as an initial step to develop and deliver Windows-based tablet device 8 with the design and exclusive designs.
Currently, some manufacturers of electronics companies have already announced its readiness to deliver Windows-based tablet devices RT, including Asus, Samsung, Dell, and Lenovo. However, one manufacturer’s name is quite serious, it seems is Lenovo, which recently announced its partnership with NVIDIA fabric to deliver Windows-based tablet devices RT.
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