Microsoft and Mobile May Just Have a Chance

According to surveys conducted by various companies such as Boston Consulting Group have shown that people actually like Windows tablets--and want them more than they do an iPad, BlackBerry Playbook or Android tablet. What's strange is that there are no Windows tablets available.

According to the Boston Consulting Group's survey, 42% of customers in the United States would prefer to be using a tablet that is running Windows. As you would expect, next in line is Apple's iOS with 27%, and Android comes next with 20%. A Chinese survey yielded similar results.

According to surveys conducted by various companies such as Boston Consulting Group have shown that people actually like Windows tablets--and want them more than they do an iPad, BlackBerry Playbook or Android tablet. What's strange is that there are no Windows tablets available.

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