Top 5 Windows 7 Tablets

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  1. Any idea if any of these are going to be fully compatible with Windows 8? I am looking to buy a tablet for use with 8 beta, and curious as to which ones would work.

    The biggest issue I have with all the above tablets, and the biggest concern as far as being an Apple competitor is the price. They are well above an iPad in price, and WAY more expensive than an Android tablet. If they can go sub $500 or less, then Windows tablets will gain a lot of market share. Right now, I’d choose an iPad before I would go with a Windows tablet based on price alone.

  2. The problems with these Windows 7 tablets are they are way too expensive and they are not optimized for touchable devices like others do.

    Hope the coming Windows 8 will change that.

  3. Yes, that’s true. But if the tables makers can’t figure out a way to make windows 8 tablets great but cheap, it’s really hard to take off and cut a large piece of cake from iPads and Androids.

  4. Which makes me wonder if Microsoft could really cut prices on the “tablet” edition as somewhat of a loss, but gain marketshare. Get Win8 out there, similar to how they did the Xbox. The app store would be like a subsidy (like with Amazon’s Fire-they are losing $$ on hardware, but making loads with the marketplace).

  5. Where can you purchase the Samsung Sliding 7 Series?
    If “nowhere” why is is on this list???

  6. I agree with the poster below…why didn’t you include the Samsung Series 7 Slate? I love that tablet and it’s super fast.

    Also, are you going to publish a list of the best Windows 8 tablets at all?

  7. I agree with the poster below…why didn’t you include the Samsung Series 7 Slate? I love that tablet and it’s super fast.

    Also, are you going to publish a list of the best Windows 8 tablets at all?

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