Earlier this month, the Winunleaked.info forums posted up what it claimed were the official Windows 8 compatibility logos that Microsoft will use for Windows 8-based hardware and software. At the time, we contacted Microsoft to find out whether or not these logos were the genuine article. Unfortunately, Microsoft declined to comment.
Today, the same forums (free registration required) has posted up a set of new compatibility logos, again with the claim that these are the official designs from Microsoft. They are basically the same ones but show a Windows RT label below the Windows 8 term and logo. Like the previously leaked Windows 8 logos, this design comes in light blue, dark blue, purple and black versions. The logos also come in designs that have either a colored background and a white logo, or the other way around.
Again, we stress that Microsoft has yet to confirm or deny that these are the correct compatibility logo designs that it will use when Windows 8 and Windows RT are launched later in 2012. It's also more that possible that these are genuine but are early versions of the logo and could be changed when the final versions are officially announced.
Source: Winunleaked.info | Image via Winunleaked.info