Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 13th Jul 2011 22:32 UTC
Windows With Windows Phone 7 being a success among critics and probably the only mobile platform which tries to take at least baby steps away from the old WIMP/desktop paradigm, it's not entirely unsurprising that a lot of people are asking for Windows Phone 7 on tablets. However, Microsoft once again reiterated that WP7 is not meant for tablets, since they view tablets as PCs - hence, they will be running regular Windows.
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Comment by vtolkov
by vtolkov on Thu 14th Jul 2011 00:35 UTC
vtolkov
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I often read about this "consuming content" rubbish. Most of the "content" people create is created in facebook, email, chat, etc, few lines of texts exactly. iPad is quite suitable for that. My daughter paints nice pictures on it, using special stylus. I've tried to write blog posts using Apple's BT keyboard, it works just fine.

So if we need professional use, we need a desktop/laptop, and with most of standard consumer scenarios, iPad is almost perfect, with both, consuming and creating.

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