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For this week’s Tech Tuesday Live Twitter Chat, we are very excited to be joined by HP to discuss the latest in their Windows 8 line-up. Not only that, we will be extending the chat by one additional hour to answer frequently asked questions as you upgrade to Windows 8 Pro on an HP device. In particular, we’ll be talking about the HP EliteBook Folio, HP’s latest business Ultrabook. The device has docking capabilities included, and can keep you productive from the airport to your desk. With fast startup speeds, and a long battery life, it is Enterprise-ready and IT friendly. Not to mention its just ¾” of an inch thick, has a 14” display, and it has SRS PRO Audio that allows you to share crisp, powerful audio directly from your notebook, with no need for extra speakers during presentations!
Are we giving one away? (Yes we are!)
To participate in the Tech Tuesday Live Twitter Chat:
Note we will only be talking about the outlined topic each week and we will not be answering questions outside those topics. Questions for this week may include: Should non-business people buy the Elitebook? Where can I find HP Support?
I'd love to know what HP think of WP7.x device backup (windowsphone.uservoice.com/.../3306540-wp7-8-device-backup) - do they think early adopters should be dropped? Or should they be able to move all their stuff (savegames, SMSes, etc) very easily?
Do you know what ,, i have tested windows 8 on a computer,labtop,tablet and phone to day
and it is nice ,, but YOU CAN NOT UPGRADE THE PRODUCT ANY MORE , IT IS OVER
the last thing you can do is compleate remove the last bit of the desktop and only have the metro ,
but if this does not sell , you have to go back and drop the (metro=old media center interface look a like)
and then people have seen it , so nothing new will come ,, i know sure new tech and processors will come
BUT THE CONSUMER WILL NOT NEED TO NOT THIS,, THEY ARE NOT TECH HEADS
so you are trapt in a time zone for a 6 or 7 years know,,
please look inside your company to see who have trap you and your company
one solution is pump MORE POWERFULL HARDWARE IN THE PUBLIC IN ORDER TO GAIN SHARE OF THE MARKET
Michael Hansen - can we please keep comments on topic to what the blog post is about? I am sorry if you are having issues with Windows 8. It might be best for you to post about those issues at our Microsoft Community forum on Windows 8 here: answers.microsoft.com/.../windows_8. I'm not sure how else to otherwise assist or help you based on the comments you are leaving here and on other blog posts.