Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Windows 8 powered hardware 2.0

Over the past few weeks, hardware companies uncovered plans for making next generation of Windows-based products. We'll take a look at them in this part 2 of the Series covering Windows 8 powered hardware. (Part 1: http://blog.vttechnology.com/2013/06/windows-8-powered-hardware-news-and.html )

Microsoft is set to announce a new Surface on September 23.

Intel is launching “Bay Trail” (Atom) processors at IDF in San Francisco (  http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/intel-developer-forum-idf/san-francisco/2013/idf-2013-san-francisco.html  ). "Bay Trail” is Intel’s first 22nm system-on-a-chip for 2-in-1 devices and small tablets and will offer high performance with longer battery life ( ).  Some of these devices were announced at IFA ( http://blogs.windows.com/tags/IFA+2013/default.aspx )

Windows 8.1 tablets with 64-bit Atom chips not coming until Q1 http://www.infoworld.com/d/computer-hardware/windows-81-tablets-64-bit-atom-chips-not-coming-until-q1-226686 / InfoWorld

From smartwatches to shifty hybrids, intriguing hardware flooded IFA 2013. We name the most interesting gizmos.
Windows 8.1 Tablets and PCs Unveiled @ IFA
A peek inside IFA’s technology spectacular: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/features/2013/sep13/09-05IFA.aspx
The best laptops, desktops, and Windows tablets of IFA 2013 (pictures)
Microsoft to launch new Surfaces on September 23
Windows at Intel Developer Forum 2013
Fall 2013 Windows Tablet Preview   /Windows IT Pro
The cheap Windows 8 tablet has arrived |

New Windows Phone 8.1 screenshot shows multi-select tiles, Siri-like "Cortana" voice assistant coming
Microsoft to add Siri-like Cortana to Windows devices, shows off Windows Phone 8.1

Microsoft's transition from the desktop to touch devices by Paul Thurrott: http://winsupersite.com/windows-8/transitions

 

Panasonic



Panasonic launches its first 4K TV, teases arrival of 20-in. 4K tablet : http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9242099/Panasonic_launches_its_first_4K_TV_teases_arrival_of_20_in._4K_tablet
Panasonic launches the world’s first 20-inch, 4K tablet: http://blogs.technet.com/b/firehose/archive/2013/09/05/panasonic-launches-the-world-s-first-20-inch-4k-tablet.aspx

 

Asus



Asus announces new Windows 8.1 Zenbook UX301 Ultrabook
ASUS announces new devices for the fall
Asus announces the T100: Windows 8.1 device with 11 hours of battery life just for $349
ASUS reveals Transformer Book T100 with Windows 8.1 for $349 we go hands-on -
Asus Transformer Book Trio combines Windows 8, Android, laptop, tablet and desktop in one. So, a laplet-top?

Surface 2

Windows 8.1 tablets vs. Amazon's Kindle Fire HD: Enterprise face-off
Surface 2 by the Numbers
Hands On With the Microsoft Surface Pro 2
Surface 2 vs Surface Pro 2- Comparison and Price
Microsoft introduces the Surface 2, Surface Pro 2 and Surface accessories -
Surface Pro 2 Details Emerge
Surface 2 will support new Power Cover keyboard with built-in battery
Microsoft's Haswell-based Surface Pro 2: The leaks begin http://www.zdnet.com/microsofts-haswell-based-surface-pro-2-the-leaks-begin-7000020232/
Surface 2 may debut in white and black with a 1080p screen and Tegra 4 processor
Surface 2 rumors: What next for Surface RT
Surface RT 2: Tegra 4, 1080P screen, and more
Microsoft announcing new Surface on September 23, but is it DOA?
Don't dismiss the Surface RT as a Windows weakling! How to unlock its hidden superpowers.


Nokia



Nokia sales exec confirms plans to unify the Windows Phone and Lumia branding
Report: Nokia will release the 6-inch Lumia 1520, a new smartphone that could dwarf the vast majority of handsets
Nokia Lumia 1520 rumored to launch September 26
Nokia announces new lightweight and portable chargers for your Windows Phones
Lumia 1020 + Wireless Charging Cover
Nokia's upcoming Windows RT tablet http://www.theverge.com/2013/9/12/4722584/nokias-windows-rt-tablet-pictured-new-hardware-dell-lenovo  The Verge

 

Lenovo



Windows 8 Hardware 2.0 from Lenovo
Lenovo’s new Yoga 2 Pro has the same flexible hinge, 3200×1800 display
Lenovo takes the wraps off new Flex line of devices at IFA 2013: http://blogs.technet.com/b/firehose/archive/2013/09/05/lenovo-takes-the-wraps-off-new-flex-line-of-devices-at-ifa-2013.aspx

Sony



Sony Expands Vaio Line of Notebooks Running Windows 8: Available in 13-inch, 14-inch and 15-inch models.
Sony offers a magnetic solution to the Windows 8 hybrid problem

Dell


Dell XPS 12 review: the laptop / tablet hybrid with the spinning screen gets the battery life it deserves
Dell beefs up its workstation portfolio with new laptops and towers.
Dell shows 8-inch Venue tablet sporting Windows 8.1
Dell introduces Inspiron 11 laptop for $349

 

Toshiba



Toshiba Rolls Out New Tablet, Notebooks at IFA: The Windows 8-based systems include a convertible device 
Meet the Encore – a new 8” tablet from Toshiba: http://blogs.technet.com/b/firehose/archive/2013/09/05/meet-the-encore-a-new-8-tablet-from-toshiba.aspx

HP



New all-in-one PCs from HP announced at IFA: http://blogs.technet.com/b/firehose/archive/2013/09/05/new-all-in-one-pcs-from-hp-announced-at-ifa.aspx


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