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Microsoft and Google Ruin Intel's Plan for Dual-OS Tablets

Asus' dual-boot Transformer Book Duet is dead. At CES this year, one of the big stories was dual-OS devices. Spurred on by encouragement from chipmaker Intel, Asus announced the Transformer Book Duet, a hybrid laptop and tablet that switches between Microsoft Windows and Google's Android on the fly. The device was an intriguing highlight at a trade show that was generally devoid of interesting laptops and tablets, and was scheduled for release in the US this month. Unfortunately, the device has likely been cancelled due to strong opposition from Microsoft and Google, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.

 

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  • Sara Said:

    This is exactly the reason why Microsoft is UNLOVED among computer users. On the other hand, I REALLY don't understand why Google would object. The world is strange.

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