Windows RT is a hit and miss in the view of Samsung, but Dell is keeping the faith and has committed to produce future ARM and Windows RT devices.

Customer confusion from the problem of RT not being able to run x86 apps resulted in a weak demand for the devices that was powered by it, but Dell seems committed to producing the next generation of its Dell XPS 10 tablet. The company’s VP Neil Hand, said that “it’s turned slower than we were hoping at this point in time,” but “Over the long haul it shouldn’t matter if it is Windows on ARM, Windows on Intel, Windows on anything else.”

Maybe his on to something, companies expect Windows 8 and RT to sell on there own, consumers need to be educated on the new OS and market it in a way that will change the mindset of companies like Samsung.



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