After some consideration Toshiba announced this week that they will be pulling out of the Windows RT market before they even entering it and focus on Windows 8 software instead.  The reason for which is basically because the Texas Instruments processor they were going to use in their tablets have been delayed which would in-turn delay their tablet release date, which would be bad for Toshiba.

Eric Paulsen from Toshiba told Slashgear this in this statement:

“Toshiba has decided not to introduce Windows RT models due to delayed components that would make a timely launch impossible. For the time being, Toshiba will focus on bringing Windows 8 products to market. We will continue to look into the possibility of Windows RT products in the future while monitoring market conditions.”

Check out the source link below for more information.

Via [Slashgear]

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