Asus has officially announced it will no longer make products that use Microsoft's Windows RT, claiming the ARM operating system has "not been successful" for the company.
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Asus Chairman Jonney Shih has said his company will be scaling back plans for Windows RT products, though he didn't entirely rule out releasing future devices with the operating system.
AT&T announced today that it will sell the Asus VivoTab RT, running under Microsoft's Windows RT OS, for $499.99 starting November 16th, with additional savings if you get a new Windows Phone.
The just launched Asus VivoTab RT, using Windows RT, can already be bought for $50 off its normal $599 price tag at some retailers, along with an offer to get a free keyboard worth $200.
ASUS' upcoming VivoTab has been spotted early at an Office Depot store sporting Windows RT, a Tegra 3 processor, 32GB of RAM and more. The device is set to be shown off today at ASUS' event.