RealTime IT News

Microsoft in Line to Debut ARM Slates at CES?

Microsoft has made no secret of its interest in bringing a host of Windows-powered tablet computers to market. The company, widely expected to make a splash with new tablets (or slates, as Microsoft calls the form factor) at the Consumer Electronics Show next month, is now the subject of a new crop of rumors about a forthcoming mobile device to be powered by an ARM processor.

The rumors, however, suggest that Microsoft's new ARM-powered slate won't hit the market for roughly two years. Enterprise Mobile Today takes a look.


Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said last summer that launching computers powered by Windows is "job one."

Perhaps it's job two, as well.

According to published reports, Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) leader will demonstrate a slew of new Windows 7-based slate devices -- built on Intel processors -- during his keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas early next month. But recent reports suggest there will be more to the presentation.

Read the full story at Enterprise Mobile Today:
Microsoft to Show Windows on ARM Slate at CES?