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To Ballmer, Grabbing iPad’s Market Is ‘Job One Urgency’

July 30th, 2010 07:11 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Barence writes “Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer has vented his frustration at the success of the iPad and said developing a Windows alternative is ‘job one urgency.’ ‘Apple has done an interesting job of putting together a synthesis and putting a product out, and in which they’ve… they sold certainly more than I’d like them to sell, let me just be clear about that,’ Ballmer told analysts. The Microsoft boss said the company plans to deliver a range of tablet formats in the next year, some based on Intel’s next-gen Oak Trail processor. ‘It is job one urgency around here. Nobody is sleeping at the switch. And so we are working with those partners, not just to deliver something, but to deliver products that people really want to go buy.’” In Microsoft’s vision, slates will run a derivative of Windows 7.

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