There are currently some laptops out there that fold into tablet form. Dell Inspiron DuoIf you don't have a tablet PC or such, it won't be as great of an experience. I wouldn't buy a tablet over a real laptop, to be honest.
Good point. In my experience (Vista and older), its half-life seemed to be about six months. Do you think they can or ever will fix the problem?That's hilarious.
"We know your computer is eventually going to run like crap, so we made this instead of fixing the problem."
I used the Beta version for a while before I got sick of it and uninstalled it. For me it was basically Windows 7 with an addition of the metro view and full-screen applications. So in short, you won't get much if you're using a regular laptop or desktop computer while you'll benefit if you have a tablet-PC or one of those big screen HP touch ones.I'm relatively excited for Windows 8. Not sure how it'll translate to non-touch displays.