We have heard about the news and rumors spreading out to public not only Nokia’s tablet PC would be the first device that runs Windows 8 platform but today we have Lenovo. The race for making Windows 8 tablet PC is getting hot not only between Nokia and Lenovo; Dell is another company that promised earlier this month to deliver an enterprise-targeted Windows 8 tablet “on the exact day” the OS ships. What we may see is that the speculated prototype IdeaPad Yoga, seen running Windows 8 at CES in January, may be the product in question. Unlike the rumored Lenovo tablet with Intel inside, Nokia’s Windows 8 slate is purportedly being built around an ARM chip, specifically a dual-core processor from Qualcomm.
On the other side, Dell said; “We’re very encouraged by the touch capability we are seeing in the beta versions of Windows 8,” Felice told Reuters. “We have a roadmap for tablets that we haven’t announced yet. You’ll see some announcements for the back half of the year.” Meanwhile, Dell is confidence in saying that their relationship with business customers could gave it an advantage over Apple in the tablet market. Of course, this race not limited to these few companies which Hewlett-Packard and Asus are listed in the rumor mill as well.