More support for Windows RT, this time from Nvidia

Multiple models of next-generation Windows RT machines will run faster Tegra 4 processors, exec says

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Haas said he personally uses the Surface RT and the Yoga 11. He said the Yoga 11, at 11 inches, gives him plenty of display size, but with plenty of battery life for a flight from New York to San Francisco and much more left over. "It is very light and easily fits in a bag, and I can use it as a tablet or clamshell and it has good mechanics going back and forth," he said.

The Surface RT with the Type keyboard attachment easily has enough battery life for a full 14-hour work day on Nvidia's campus, he said. "When I flip it shut with the keyboard, it's like any other tablet," he added.

"There's no fan and no rotating hard drive, so it's light. I get a quick boot, so if I'm sitting in an airport or a coach seat, I can easily shut it off, put it in the seat and when I pull it back out, I don't have to wait 10 seconds to resume work. It's easy to run around with," Haas added.

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