HP's hardware boss not a fan of Surface, Windows RT

Todd Bradley called the Surface tablet 'slow and a little kludgey,' and dismissed its ability to compete

By Jared Newman, PC World |  Consumerization of IT, HP, Microsoft Surface

Still, he suggested that all options are on the table, even Android. "Whether we go into tablets -- there's a whole litany of ARM-based Android, ARM-based Microsoft, there's quite a grid," he said. "We'll be judicious about how we deploy against application availability in the enterprise, consumerization, and price points, there's a whole host of things we'll look at."

In any case, HP will need to come up with something to revitalize its PC business. As the entire market declines, the company has struggled to keep its spot as the world's largest PC maker, and according to Gartner, finally slipped behind Lenovo last quarter.


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