Don’t count Windows RT out yet: Microsoft executives said Thursday that customers should expect “many more Windows RT tablets” in the future.
As part of its 2013 financial analyst meeting Thursday, Microsoft assembled its key leaders to field questions from Wall Street analysts, most dealing with strategies on individual products. Questions about Microsoft’s Surface strategy essentially served as a prologue to Microsoft’s Surface event next week, where the company is expected to launch the next-generation Surface 2, based on an Intel Haswell processor.
And although Windows RT and the Windows RT-powered Surface have had their detractors—as well as their fans (like the one shown above)—RT-powered tablets will apparently remain in the conversation for some time to come.
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