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|Windows 8 and ultrabook computers will be at the core of the Computex 2012 trade show that will take place in Taiwan next week.
Two of the manufacturing giants, Acer and Asus, will present the new tablet series running on Microsoft's latest Windows 8 operating system, said Thomas Huang, managing director of Computex. along with ultra-thin, ultra-thin ultrabook computers with Intel's next-generation Ivy Bridge processor.
Windows 8 products key will be especially eye-catching. These will be the first Windows 8 PCs to run on both x86 and ARM platforms. ARM chips are being used extensively in most smartphones and tablets. Therefore, Microsoft will easily compete with the Google Android platform and Apple iOS.
Meanwhile, the ultrabook, the ultralight, ultra-thin PC powered by Intel, was first introduced at Computex last year. The ultrabook computer market has quickly reached its first triumph, with many predicting it will compete with Apple's iPad tablet.
The next-generation Ultrabook, along with the powerful Windows 8 enhancements, will be optimized for the click experience. The "Metro" interface of windows 10 product key is similar to the Windows Phone interface, beyond the traditional interface of the Microsoft desktop operating system.
However, with windows 10 product key, the race on the tablet market will never be easy, according to analyst firm IDC.
Windows 8 may provide a better experience for business users, but for the price, Windows 8 tablets will certainly be more expensive than rivals. The Windows 8 tablet is expected to cost around $ 600, while third-generation iPads cost $ 499, Amazon Kindle Fire is much cheaper - $ 199.
Another big problem is that Apple has been so successful on the tablet market. Meanwhile, Microsoft has not had a formal roadmap for Windows 8, and the tablet running on the operating system will launch as soon as possible until the end of this year.