Windows 8 operating system was released yesterday, and hardware makers are unveiling new products that take advantage of the software’s touch-friendly interface and mobile capabilities.
Windows 8 will arrive in more form factors than the PC industry has ever seen previously. More than 1,000 new PCs have been certified for the OS, according to Microsoft. There will be the traditional desktops and laptops, and a wide range of tablets, hybrids, convertibles and even large-format display systems like Sony’s VAIO Tap 20.
Windows 7, only better
Windows 8 is built on the rock-solid foundation of Windows 7, but it’s been improved on all fronts. You can install Windows 8 on the same hardware that powers Windows Vista and Windows 7, and you’ll love how it works on new devices, too. Windows 8 was designed with Windows 7 apps in mind, because you probably have older apps you need to use.
Latitude 10 Tablet
Get more done and have more fun with the Dell Latitude™ 10 tablet. Its easy-to-use features plug into work and life.
This tablet has a full size SD card slot which makes it easy to view pictures from your camera.