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Discuss: Always Connected PCs – will you jump in?

We have finally had a look at actual devices running Microsoft’s Windows on ARM platform, and on first look the devices and price points are pretty tempting. Microsoft expects the devices to change the way we see and use PCs, making them more like powerful tablets than stodgy laptops.  Microsoft promises thin and light hardware, […] Read More: Discuss: Always Connected PCs – will you
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