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Some Intel-Based Tablets Flunk Windows 8 Upgrade
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pwndecaf
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pwndecaf,
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12/17/2012 | 5:06:37 PM
re: Some Intel-Based Tablets Flunk Windows 8 Upgrade
I have a Sammy Slate 7 and ran the test to see if it is upgradeable. It is, as the article states, but will not be capable of delivering the normal Win 8 experience, or words to that effect, because the screen isn't as sensitive to touch as Win 8 devices are supposed to be. Fine, I'll keep Win 7. I think it is a good OS.
GAProgrammer
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GAProgrammer,
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10/24/2012 | 3:32:38 PM
re: Some Intel-Based Tablets Flunk Windows 8 Upgrade
I don't know - the Surface has all the prereqs to be a fantastic tablet - if it takes off, Intel will do just fine. It's only existing tablets that have the issue and the sales of those have been pretty lackluster.
AustinIT
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AustinIT,
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10/23/2012 | 9:07:29 PM
re: Some Intel-Based Tablets Flunk Windows 8 Upgrade
Then you need to get out more...
AustinIT
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AustinIT,
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10/23/2012 | 9:07:10 PM
re: Some Intel-Based Tablets Flunk Windows 8 Upgrade
Looks like Intel better brush up on theTwo Step.
drang
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drang,
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10/23/2012 | 3:47:25 PM
re: Some Intel-Based Tablets Flunk Windows 8 Upgrade
wait, there are windows 7 tablets? Where? I haven't seen one to date


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