Microsoft aims to build a foldable tablet runs Windows 10 on ARM

By / October 27, 2017 0

Back in 2009 and 2010, many rumors informed Microsoft was going to build folding tablet named Courier. Eventually, That never seemed to be clear at all, and Apple’s iPads became the leaders of that market.

Absorbingly though, Microsoft is now said to be working on another device that is similar to the rumored tablet, at least in the notion, to the canceled Courier. It’s codenamed Andromeda and will be a tablet with folding property that will operate Windows 10 on the ARM.

It will have telephony capabilities, but won’t be a smartphone – anyway, when folded, it’s ostensibly “pocketable.” That said, the main merchandising factors of this device will be centered around pen input and inking. For example, there’s a built-in notebook app that mimics writing in a real notebook, with virtual pages spreading across the foldable device.


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