Dell’s latest Windows tablet has an optional slim keyboard cover and lots to configure.
Traditional laptops take a back seat.
Asus’ Transformer T100 hybrid starts at $349.
The marriage of tablet and laptop gets a little less rocky.
The first serious tablet version of the check-in app is here.
The world’s leading PC maker is pre-loading a Start menu onto Windows 8 computers.
PC makers may have lost their incentive to make great Windows hybrids.
At the very least, Microsoft should have provided a more gradual path to touch by introducing it first as an alternative form of input.
The ill-conceived operating system is better off in hiding while Windows 8 gets the spotlight.
There need to be more obvious arguments for adopting Microsoft’s new software.
Microsoft deserves to brag, but quantity isn’t everything.
Along with Windows 8.1, industry giants are crossing their fingers that there will be greater demand for new PCs in the latter part of the year.