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Video:  ​Microsoft Stops Producing the Windows RT-based Surface 2

​Microsoft Stops Producing the Windows RT-based Surface 2

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Microsoft has confirmed it is has stopped manufacturing its Surface 2, which for now is the last of its ARM-based hybrid tablets that runs on Windows RT. There has been some confusion about the fate of Windows RT in the wake of the release of Windows 10 but there's yet another sign that its OS for ARM devices could be on its way out: Microsoft has stopped making the tablet. Read More >>


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Now that tablets have matured, HP strongly believes it's time to get serious about mobility with ”business-first mobile devices. Instead of retrofitting consumer tablets with enterprise-ready security and software, HP's eight newly announced mobile devices are tailor-made with business needs in mind from the get-go; they're clearly productivity first and entertainment second. If doing real work instead of playing Candy Crush on tablets is important to you, HP's new lineup might be of interest.



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