Surface RT Tablets to be Discontinued this Year, Death is the Only Solution

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If Windows 8 was a concept that not too many embraced, then we can definitely say that Windows RT was a total flop. Now, Microsoft is the single company remaining that still makes Surface RT tablets, but not for too long.
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The original Surface RT tablet was an interesting proposition, but shortly after Windows 8 started gaining traction, it started to make sense that consumers don’t like that much the product. The idea, from the beginning, was to offer a dumbed-down version of Windows 8 at a much cheaper price.

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But as Windows 8 tablets are now available for less than $100, the Windows RT idea is totally obsolete. Even Ballmer said at a certain point that the company built too many Surface RT units

Going forward with Surface RT would be a non-sense, dumb and silly thing to do for Microsoft. And, 99%, it won’t happen. Windows RT, or, the idea behind it, the code, the source; call it however you want, will be ‘cumulated’ inside Windows Phone for a better experience for small screen devices.

Recently, even Microsoft pundit Mary Jo Foley said that Microsoft will stop making ARM-based Surface tablets. Microsoft will instead focus on the Surface Pro line. And, if you ask me, if the company could release a cheaper version of the Surface Pro, then that would be its killer strategy to take on the iPad and the growing number of Android tablets.

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