There much much cheaper alternatives, like a kind of a device with camera that turns any TV set to a touch screen and runs Android OS so basically one can use a TV for everything, browsing the net, presentations, writing on the screen with a stylus, etc. And all that for just a couple of hundreds of dollars plus the cost of a TV set. Microsoft is not in touch with reality. Their hub is simply too expensive for most people or organization who need an affordable solution of a large touch screen.
H-1, 17 May 2018I'm not defending MS here, but every company has its quirks.
BTW, Asus NovaGo has windows on ... moreI am aware of the Windows devices that are already on ARM.
However, the platform itself is unstable and still using emulation.
I guess we have to wait a few more years until they are available.
Ritzie, 17 May 2018So we should expect Windows on ARM for years to come :D
And that's expected ... moreI'm not defending MS here, but every company has its quirks.
BTW, Asus NovaGo has windows on ARM. But to me, I wouldn't pay more for less performance.
H-1, 17 May 2018Ever heard of project ara? Or Google glass? When a product has a technology far ahead of its t... moreSo we should expect Windows on ARM for years to come :D
And that's expected of MS... LOLZ!
Anonymous, 17 May 2018Microsoft are liars. Where's my hololens you liars?Ever heard of project ara? Or Google glass? When a product has a technology far ahead of its time this is what happens. It would be very expensive to mass produce, but maybe it will be back in a few years.
Interesting but only for office uses. Would be great if Microsoft just commercialized it as interactive panel in public spaces like shopping malls, apparel stores or the streets. Seems like a much better ideas instead of keeping this for private usage.