A couple of days ago, I was asked by a friend about getting a Windows tablet computer. I mentioned that the main concern with Windows tablets running on Windows 7 is battery life. While you do get a fully fledged computer with all the functionality of a desktop or laptop, battery life to date has not reached the same levels as tablets running on other less comprehensive operating systems. Then I explained that the next version of Windows, codenamed “Windows 8″, will have native support for low power consuming processors such as ARM or Nvidia processors which will allow Windows based tablets to get the sort of battery life expected from smartphones rather than laptops.
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