If you’ve ever wanted to know what the next generation Windows tablets will look like – good news. At the recent TechEd conference this week, Microsoft showed off some tablets that will be running on Windows 8, but didn’t elaborate much on the devices. The tablets are said to be powered by quad-core processors (manufacturer not named) and will feature a much thinner profile compared to current generation Windows tablets. Other than that, nothing else was revealed.
Since we won’t be seeing these devices until next year at the very least, it looks like Microsoft is just teasing the public to keep everyone interested. The final tablet might not even look the same when it is released. In addition to the tablets, Microsoft also showed off some other devices like one laptop with a bendable screen. Check out smartergeek.info for more photographs of the event.
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