Is Microsoft's tablet strategy really a good one?

Windows 7 tablets take a very different approach from the iPad and Galaxy Tab, but is it one that users really want?

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That said, I honestly don’t see straight Windows 7 tablets ever grabbing the market like the iPad or gaining much ground in the future when there’ll be even more mobile-focused tablet OS options (iOS, Android, PlayBook, customized devices like the Nook Color, and the webOS tablets HP is now expected to ship in March).

Your comments inspired this post. So keep telling us what you think? Does Windows 7 (or possibly Windows 8) stand a serious chance in the tablet market? Which mobile OS is the best tablet option? Is the Nook Color really a tablet or just an e-reader? Keep having your say in the comments.

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