Some of you guys might have heard that Samsung has an ATIV Windows RT tablet in the works, and some of you might even be looking forward to it as one of the alternatives to Microsoft’s Surface tablet. Unfortunately it looks like if you’re living in the US, it seems that the Samsung ATIV Windows RT tablet will not be made available for the US market, and the reason behind this is because of the moderate response to such products, and the investment it would need in order to educate potential customers about the benefits of owning such a device. Samsung’s senior vice president, Mike Abary also stated that hitting the right price point was one of the reasons they decided to hold back on their ATV Windows RT tablet. There is no word on whether Samsung’s decision will affect other markets besides the US, but for now those living stateside will have to take their business elsewhere if they want to get their hands on a Windows RT tablet.
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