Dell might not have done too well in the smartphone market with their Dell Streak series, but that does not mean the computer manufacturer is going to throw in the towel in this segment anytime soon. No sir, they are looking into a future of tablets, and Windows 8 will definitely be in the picture. Dell’s CEO Michael Dell claims that there is a growing demand for a tablet device which will be powered by Windows 8 – although he did not reveal where he got information on this potential trend from. With the new iPad looking rather solid, especially with 4G connectivity thrown into the mix, it would definitely be challenging times ahead for Windows 8 to break into the tablet industry, although during the recent Windows 8 Consumer Preview, everything looked quite impressive. Basically, Dell’s game plan is to siphon iPad users over to the Windows camp. Do you think they will succeed in this mission?
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