ATIV Q with Windows and Android App has recognized the weakness of Windows 8?




ATIV Q with Windows and Android App has recognized the weakness of Windows 8?

Meal from London! Last night I attended the presentation of various Samsung devices. Including the ATIV Tab Q , which with Windows and Android features.

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I noticed the kind of idea. It was emphasized that one can work in the field of Windows with its known programs – after all it is used in the Windows 8 version to the Pro version that can handle all legacy apps and Microsoft Office Home & Student has preinstalled.

On the other hand shared with you that you can quickly switch to the Android interface to the many, many apps access, which provides the Android platform. To me this sounds a compromise. They want to offer a mobile, touch-to-use device by the customer though, but has recognized the fact that in the Windows Store selection is rather poor and can not even begin to keep up with a variety of Google Play stores.

Not only that, you realize even an Android app shortcuts app on the Windows interface, so you can quickly change. A mobile device to work with Windows, but Android for apps and touch. Samsung has the whole thing even realized so that the systems can seamlessly exchange data with each other and content.

Let’s see the size and dimensions of the device from: Dual OS solutions are perhaps the perfect solution? It takes the best of both worlds and combines them into a single device, which can also be used while mobile, but also for real work?



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