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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RE[2]: sucks at creating it?
by stanbr on Thu 14th Jul 2011 12:54 UTC in reply to "RE: sucks at creating it?"
stanbr
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2009-05-22

Yeah.. toy versions.. that in many many aspects are much better than any similar application for Linux... toy versions that are easy to use, fun, cheap and works very very well... that's enough for me. If I want the complete desktop experience, then I use my complete desktop computer...

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RE[3]: sucks at creating it?
by Symgeosis on Thu 14th Jul 2011 14:32 in reply to "RE[2]: sucks at creating it?"
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2005-09-13

I think you missed the entire point of the article. That tends to happen when you stop reading something before you've finished and jump to conclusions. The entire point of the article is that there would be no reason to switch to your laptop or workstation if the interface was designed properly; if you plugged a keyboard and a mouse into a tablet, would it not at that point essentially become a desktop?

Edited 2011-07-14 14:38 UTC

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