ARM tablet

ARM tablet

A tablet computer that uses an ARM processor, which is the predominant tablet hardware platform. iPads, Android and Windows RT tablets all use ARM CPUs, and so do most smartphones. See ARM chips.
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But the company said pricing would be 'competitive with a comparable ARM tablet or Intel Ultrabook-class PC.
No prices or release dates were given, but the Surface is expected to go on sale in the fall, with retail prices "competitive with a comparable ARM tablet or Intel Ultrabook-class" computers, Microsoft said.
Suggested retail pricing is planned to be announced closer to availability but Microsoft said that the pricing is expected to be competitive with a comparable ARM tablet or Intel Ultrabook-class PC.
Microsoft said the Surface's price will be announced closer to when the devices are available and will be "competitive with a comparable ARM tablet or Intel Ultrabook-class PC.
Meanwhile, Microsoft said that pricing for the products would be announced closer to launch, but added that it would be 'competitive with a comparable ARM tablet or Intel Ultrabook-class PC.
Microsoft is starting with a two-prong device strategy: a Windows RT-based ARM tablet powered by an NVIDIA applications processor, and a Windows 8 Pro tablet based on Intel's x86 architecture.
Suggested retail pricing will be announced closer to availability and is expected to be competitive with a comparable ARM tablet or Intel Ultrabook-class PC.
It will not only support smartphones running on Windows Phones but also it will support ARM tablets and Intel tablets.
As part of this commitment, Reller announced that Outlook 2013 RT will be available on Windows-based ARM tablets with the Windows 8.
The Surface Windows 8 Pro tablet, which runs an Intel chip, would launch about three months after the ARM tablets Microsoft said during the unveiling.
A specific price was not given but the cost will be "comparable" with current ARM tablets and Intel-powered Ultrabooks.
The company gave no details on pricing, except that they would be competitive with comparable ARM tablets and Intel-powered Ultrabooks.