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Dell, HP Windows 8 'Atom' Tablets Delayed Until 2013
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adamdarvin
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adamdarvin,
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12/21/2012 | 6:16:07 PM
re: Dell, HP Windows 8 'Atom' Tablets Delayed Until 2013
I recieved my new HP EnvyX2 on December 14th. Awesome convertible laptop/tablet. Not sure why this article states that they won't be avialable until Jan 8th.
browniejb1988
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12/20/2012 | 7:35:51 PM
re: Dell, HP Windows 8 'Atom' Tablets Delayed Until 2013
I ordered my latitude 10 tablet 11/7/12. Still waiting. With my previous chats with dell they told me it was an inventory shortage. My order has been delayed 3 times now. Dell also is only updating my delivery status a day or so before it should be delivered. Pre-production is where I am stuck. As a business customer I am very dissatisfied with dells lack of communication to the consumers to make aware of such problems with the processors.
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12/19/2012 | 9:46:50 PM
re: Dell, HP Windows 8 'Atom' Tablets Delayed Until 2013
Staples had a Samsung ATIV (Intel-« AtomGäó Z2760 ) in a store yesterday.
newyorkcitymale
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newyorkcitymale,
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12/19/2012 | 3:57:45 PM
re: Dell, HP Windows 8 'Atom' Tablets Delayed Until 2013
There seems to be an error in the last paragraph. It says, "Microsoft's Surface RT tablet also runs an Intel Core chip." I think it meant to say "Surface Pro" tablet. The Surface RT doesn't use an Intel chip.


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