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27 Apr, 2011

Mobile Computing Enters a New Age and how this affects our business and trade

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: Computers|Smartphones

This following text is the start of our new article coming up soon.

We have already published one article on this topic at:

Laptops, netbooks, ereaders, tablets and trade use >

Computing Enters a New Age – Part 2

Win 7 Mobile Phone

Win 7 Mobile Phone

Microsoft has been somewhat struggling to find its pace with the advent of the new generation of tablet computers and smartphones. Windows has been in the tablet scene since early 2000 but Apple’s breakthrough with its iPad has caused problems for Windows relating to its legacy design and use. With that said, Microsoft is collaborating with hardware giants like ASUS, MSI and Samsung etc to break into the tablet computer and mobile market and deliver the iPad and iPhone beater.

Windows Phone 7 – Hit or Miss

Microsoft has refrained from using Windows Phone 7 as its tablet operating system and kept it to use with smartphones only. Instead Microsoft has chosen to use Windows 7 Home Premium and above versions. Windows Phone 7 is Microsoft’s next attempt after Windows Mobile at breaking back into the smartphones race currently being spearheaded by Android and iOS. With WP7 Microsoft (new release called ‘Mango’) has tried to abandon its keyboard and stylus strategy and replace it with a total touchscreen experience.

To be continued soon…

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