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Taiwanese OEMs Consider ARM Products For Windows 8

March 6th, 2011 03:57 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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siliconbits writes “At CeBIT 2011, we went around the stands from some of the biggest component manufacturers in the world and asked them a simple question, would you consider bringing out ARM products (barebones, laptops, tablets, motherboards) for Windows 8? The answer was a unanimous yes; like Microsoft, the same firms that have been faithful Intel and AMD partners for years are prepared to explore other territories as soon as Windows 8 will go live.”

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