Microsoft Tablet remains on track of development(2)
Though Apple has taken any other Tablets down as being the top seller in the market, do not forget the Android and Windows are coming up next on line and are taking time to strike and be the top of the line in the Tablet market. Hence, it is not surprising at all if one people would buy MICROSOFT Tablets knowing that the company is really a technology product expert.
Note that there has been some improvement on the MICROSOFT Tablet PC today. Windows 7, for instance, has added the Tablet Math that recognizes hand written expression. This allows one to freely write mathematical expressions as well as English words while recording them on the Tablet screen. Windows 7 also offers Touch and Go capabilities, letting only the hand to work out for everything such that the right click, scroll, and many others are within the fingertips.
Now it must be surprising, that when news about the latest version of the Windows broke, the news casters were really serious. The company is simply taking the Window 7 to a whole new level, to fit any other brand new MICROSOFT Tablet technical specifications.
Soon, feel free to embrace the innovation of Windows 8 Explorer interface which aims to make data manipulation easier in any MICROSOFT Tablet. Another thing to be happy about Windows 8 is that the new Welcome Screen. Though it would cause a little mark up on MICROSOFT Tablet price, one would give one the pleasure of the various themes offered with the time and date as backgrounds, pattern unlock similar to that of Android as well as a music playback which is similar to iOS.
MICROSOFT Tablet shares the excitement of touch while incorporating the comfort and performance of a desktop. The Windows 8 has been set for release on 2012 with the goal to provide users the comfort of touch in MICROSOFT Tablets. Such feature has not been tapped by older Tablet versions due to some program problems such that they are not design to work with finger-based Tablets. Though both the Apple iOS and Google Honeycomb have had the advantage for touch as they were specifically designed for finger-based Tablets, the rise of Windows 8 must be one of the reasons why one must not regret anything about MICROSOFT Tablets.
In this case, hang on for with Windows 8, MICROSOFT Tablets are again ready to make the big hit in the market and compete with Android-based Tablets or the newest model of RIM Playbook or iPad3.