Big phones; big deals
As well as the built-in keyboard, the device also comes with a magnetic stylus (which attaches to the top of the tablet) so that you can write on it. Windows is able to detect the proximity of the pen and intelligiently stops taking touch input. Nice.
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Adobe Flash - Yes It can do. I use windows 8 on Ipad through Citrix and has no problems what so ever. I am very positiove about this, even if patches come by. Microsoft has proven capability on the OS, if not why would businesses across globe use WINDOWS and not Macs. 25 yrs in IT, never came across a mac more than a toy.
MS have the financial clout to take on Apple if they put their mind to it.
Somehow they have to make it "cool" and have thousands of Apps to compete. They could even afford to pay developers for producing apps especially for Windows 8 OS.
They've a lot of catching up to do and let's not forget that pricing can come into the equation. I also hope it plays Adobe Flash ....
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