Most recently Microsoft’s Vice President of OEM partners “Nick Parker” presented two Microsoft Windows devices. The HP Pro X2 612 was the first Windows device that showed off at the event. It’s particularly a 2-in-1 device that comes with a stylus (Wacom Digitizer), Full HD Rear and Front-Face cameras and built-in with enterprise security. Parker further said that the battery life is incredible that will last for over 14 hours after one charge. The device will come with a 4G version.
The HP Pro X2 has 12.5-inch display similar to Surface 3. The device will come with Intel Core i3 and Core i5 variations.
The second Windows Device is a 7-inch Toshiba tablet. Parked stressed on its design, since the device gets a “Champagne Gold” finish, it’s suggested that the device would be inexpensive than other 7-inch tablets. We’ll update you shortly, since there isn’t further information available.
Both windows devices are based upon Windows 8.1 OS, both devices could be good investment. At the same time, Microsoft plans to bring more inexpensive devices to the marketplace in order to divert Windows XP to Windows 8. It’s not that bad deal, since the XP OS no longer receives official updates and security patches. The expensive upgraded devices (multiple platforms) have been considered a main issue for those users who are still using Windows XP. So bringing more reasonable options to the market would surely relief them.