Lenovo vows to be the first to market with a Windows 8 tablet.
[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2012/03/s0sxDa.jpg[/newsimage]Lenovo believes that October will be the launch month for Windows 8 and they are fighting to be the first on the scene with a Windows 8 operated tablet.
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The odds are against the ARM version of Win8 because of the lack of support for existing x86 programs.
My experience with pivoting laptop/tablet combinations is that their hinge is failure-prone. They're also difficult and expensive to fix.
I'm hesitant to even call a laptop with a hinge a "tablet". It's a laptop that can hide it's keyboard, but not a tablet...
I personally want to see "Transformer" style with optional snap-on keyboard