- Microsoft drops a bomb on Android: Windows Phone and Windows RT may be free
- Microsoft considers free versions of Windows Phone and Windows RT to battle Android
- Unofficial Vine client app 'Bine' for Windows 8.1 and Windows RT receives update
- Microsoft Is Not Killing Windows RT
- Microsoft could replace Windows RT with Windows Phone tablets
- Surface works with official Ethernet adapter thanks to Windows RT 8.1 [Update .... or not?]
- Tracing network activity on Windows RT
- AdDuplex data may show proof of Microsoft Surface RT 2 tablet
- Surface RT battery drain issue with Windows RT 8.1 caused by Bluetooth being disabled
- Using picture passwords in Windows RT
- How to Jailbreak Your Windows RT Device and Run Unapproved Desktop Software
- How to unlock (jailbreak) your Windows RT device
- Hacking Windows RT Journal: Part 1
- You can run legacy apps on jailbroken Windows RT and will be able to use a third-party app store (soon)
- You Can Now Run x86 Legacy Windows Apps On Surface / Windows RT
Windows on ARM - Windows RT
Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system will go down in history as the first version of the software to be optimized for tablets, and this may happen sooner than some may think. According to a new rumor from Digitimes, ViewSonic will have the Windows 8 tablet out as early as the second quarter of this year.
What this means is that a 10-inch product will be launched at some point during the April-June period of 2012.
The tablet will possess a high-resolution display and probably an ARM chip. It will succeed the ViewPad 10, which has both Windows 7 and Android support.
The revelation was attributed to Max Liu, product marketing director of ViewSonic Asia Pacific.
Whether or not this rumor has a grain of truth is unclear, something that will probably last until the product actually launches (or doesn't).
Either way, a Windows 8 device is only one of the gadgets that ViewSonic has in the pipeline.