Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 12th Jan 2013 22:53 UTC
Windows Well, this can't be a good sign. Samsung has told CNET that the company will not be launching its Windows RT tablet in the United States, citing a lack of demand and consumer confusion. After I spent an afternoon in my country's largest electronics retailer, it's hard not to agree with Samsung.
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ARM vs Intel -- Consumers DON'T CARE
by benali72 on Mon 14th Jan 2013 07:57 UTC
benali72
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2008-05-03

The problem here is that the average consumer could care less about ARM vs Intel CPU architecture.

So Microsoft's got a problem explaining it to them.

No surprise, there.

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Athlander Member since:
2008-03-10

The problem here is that the average consumer could care less about ARM vs Intel CPU architecture.



I disagree - I think the average consumer could not care less. They just want to know if the tablet can do the standard tablet stuff well and at a good price. The more discerning may be interested in battery life and screen quality. While the chipset influences these factors, the architecture itself is of no interest to consumers.

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