According to Bloomberg we’re going be seeing several Windows 8 tablets at Computex here in Taipei next week. This isn’t really news since Computex is last big show before the summer and the fall release of the Windows 8 operating system. What is interesting about the report is that they are reporting that we’ll see an Intel-based tablet from Acer and a Toshiba tablet using a Texas Instruments ARM processor, along with Intel and ARM Windows 8 products from Asus. The Asus ARM tablet will reportedly be using a Tegra chip from Nvidia and use the same detachable keyboard form factor seen in the company’s Transformer Android devices. Bloomberg also expects Qualcomm to demonstrate Windows 8 running on a Snapdragon processor.
This actually falls in line with what ASUS is showing in their latest promotional video that shows a single drop of water turning into two separate drops sporting Android and Windows logo’s.
We don’t have long to find out, we’ll be at the ASUS press conference on Monday the 4th at 1500 local time.