According to a New York Times report,  Microsoft (MSFT) is expected to unveil tablet PCs utilizing a customized form of its Windows 7 operating system at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. According to the report, the tablet devices will be built by Samsung and Dell (DELL), and will feature Windows OS.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer plans to demonstrate a touch-screen, tablet-style computer from Hewlett-Packard Co. on Wednesday night. It's the first of several such devices expected to be unveiled this month....
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer plans to demonstrate a touch-screen, tablet-style computer from Hewlett-Packard Co. on Wednesday night. It's the first of several such devices expected to be unveiled this month.
By Zvi Bar:Intel (INTC) is the largest and one of the best-known makers of computer processors, and has dominated the personal computing business for decades. Unfortunately for Intel and its shareholders, the company has largely missed out on the touch-screen revolution that has taken place over the last five years within the smartphone and tablet markets.
It offers a surprisingly quick, robust and responsive Android powered multi-touch screen tablet experience, where operating is an instinctive breeze, photo’s instinctively pinch zoomable, twist rotatable and websites swipe scrollable, a piece of cake to use.
By Income Hunter:Just a decade ago, touch screen devices seemed futuristic and almost impossible to comprehend. Today, they are part of what is known as an 'adaptive system', a design philosophy that aims to make technology as unobtrusive and integral to our lives as possible. Touch screens became popular after Apple (AAPL) launched its first iPhone in June 2007.
By PowerOptions:Looks like Microsoft's (MSFT) Surface tablet is the real deal and could give Apple's (AAPL) (Apple is discussed in this article) iPad a run for its money. Surface's vapor deposited magnesium case, Touch Cover, 2x2 MIMO antenna and integral stand look really cool.
Microsoft isn't finished improving the Surface tablet. This week, the company will release an advanced version of its first tablet called the Surface Pro that's essentially a full-fledged Windows 8 computer crammed into a tablet form factor.