Re: Dual-boot tablet appeal?
It's not hte hardware that worries me, its the cross contamination of platforms via apps, or at least the potential chaos that could come from it. For one, if the two OSs are sitting in their own partitions, there is data duplication issues, causing less than ideal performance from the device. If they do indeed talk to each partition, where does support lie? is it an Android tablet or a Windows tablet? from a marketing perspective, Microsoft would probably want to piggyback on one of the hottest platforms (Android) to help boost numbers, but it might also fear that users who purchase it for using Windows will falter to the Android platform, although the opposite could potentially happen as well.