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In our analysis, Windows 8 tablets with Intel Atom processors offer significant advantages over the other tablets as day-to-day tools for most users and offer the lowest total cost of ownership to the organization.
Windows 8 tablets let users run their current desktop applications—and the growing number of apps available in the Windows Store—while enjoying the mobility and user experience of the tablet form-factor.
The Windows 8 tablet is a win for IT, too, as they integrate with the existing infrastructure they already use to manage the organization’s Windows devices. The Windows 8 tablets can simply be managed the same way as Windows notebooks.
For users whose tasks comprise mostly Microsoft Office applications and Web browsing, Windows 8 tablets could replace a notebook or desktop system, at a much lower cost. Finally, selecting Windows 8 tablets can save on application development costs now and on the costs of supporting the new applications in the future.