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Microsoft Charging $85 per License For Windows 8 RT!?

Windows RT tablets may be doomed

Jun 13 2012, 3:05pm CDT | by

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Microsoft Charging $85 per License For Windows 8 RT!?

If you are one of the masses that was hoping tablet running Microsoft Windows 8 RT would be cheap enough to be a serious option to the iPad, odds are you going to be disappointed. According to reports Microsoft is charging anywhere from $80-$95 per license for the operating system. The average quoted price according to VR-Zone was $85 per license.

Sources also said that tablet to launch running Windows RT will sell for $549-$799. That certainly means most people will be buying an iPad if they're shopping for a tablet. Premium tablets are said to cost $799 to $899.

 

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