Windows 8 Tablets: Business at the Speed of Light


The evolution of technology has created quite a stir for the techie junkies; from desktop computers that weighed a ton to light weight laptops with a huge storage in its hard drive, then the sudden outburst of smartphones and android phones transcending to tablets and just recently the release of “phablets.”

This drastic change in technology only proves that man is certainly living at the speed of light.

Since everything nowadays has been categorized as “on the go”, geniuses have managed to integrate applications and software into these tablets and phablets. Take for example, smartphones that include document applications. A typical working person would appreciate a piece of technology where they can make their documents, spreadsheets and presentations while on the go. However, you need to fix the layout once it incorporates with the software on your computer; a minor glitch but, the marriage between mobility and functionality certainly reduce the time to create and submit it in half. What if there was a better and more efficient way to make your projects while out of the office?

Meet Windows 8, Microsoft’s new Operating System. Aside from coming out with a new version of Windows, the company also made sure that it moves and works like its owner by giving us the Window 8 Tablets.

Windows to the Future

Businesses that provide services such as florists, food delivery and the likes would immensely benefit from this new innovation. You would be sending an invoice via your email or working on that presentation for a new client while sipping coffee at a diner, miles away from your desktop computer. If a client requested for a softcopy right now while you got stuck in traffic, no problem! Windows 8 Tablets has your back.

Unlike its expensive competitor, Windows 8 Tablets are almost half the price of that iPad you wanted. Windows 8 Tablets perform multitasking skills just like any human as demonstrated in their recent advertisement, where Siri complains about her functionality compared to the skills of the Windows 8 Tablets.

Aside from the Microsoft tablets, here are some Windows 8 tablets on the market: Acer Iconia, Dell Latitude 10, Lenovo Thinkpad Helix, Samsung Ativ and Sony Vaio Tap 20. All processors are powered by Intel. Tablets have 2GB to 4GB of RAM, and some tablets have internal memory storage up to 128GB. Screen size ranges from 10″ up to 12″, choose which one suits your needs. All have well-supported graphics for video and game applications.

Keeping with the Times

The technology of Microsoft 8 added to the speed of the processor makes it a business saviour. No need to wait on slow processors, it all happens in a flash; happy businessmen make happy clients. The task in finding the right Windows 8 tablets is not challenging especially if you are using your tablet for presentations.

No needs to worry; some of these tablets have their own stands and others even provide an external keyboard to make it more convenient for those business people creating documents. All in all, the Windows 8 tablets have given us a new meaning to the word “functionality.” Windows 8 tablets are business tools that help you get through a busy day, in and out of the workplace.



2 Responses

  1. Soka TaaMay 28, 2013 at 6:13 amReply

    Nice review David..

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      DavidMay 29, 2013 at 3:12 amReply

      The Windows 8 Tablet is really getting trashed in the media. I think it is a fine tablet and a good alternative to the iPad.

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