Yesterday Microsoft announced its Windows RT partners, which include Dell, Lenovo, Asus and Samsung, one company was missing from the list, Toshiba who had previously said they would be making Windows RT (ARM) tablets.
Now Toshiba has told Cnet the reason why they have decided not to make a Windows RT tablet, it is due to the supply of components, here is the statement from Toshiba.
“Toshiba has decided not to introduce Windows RT models due to delayed components that would make a timely launch impossible,”
Toshiba didn’t say what components were delayed, although the company is expected to launch a Windows 8 tablet with an Intel processor some time later on.
Source CnetFiled Under: Tablet News, Technology News, Top News