Panasonic have announced their plans for developing a Windows 8 tablet that will run on Intel’s chip-set.

At last week’s TabTimes Tablet Strategy conference, Jim Dempsey, Panasonic’s Business Enterprise Development Manager was quoted as saying “Windows 8 will need more juice than ARM provides to power tablets”.

The die seems to be cast now and almost every tech vendor has started to announce their plans for Windows 8 hardware.

More interesting is the fact that vendors are starting to choose camps – either ARM or Intel.

This fall will be very interesting.

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    WOW THAT  BEATS LOOKS CLEAN !!! IV BEEN WAITING TILL THE DAY THAT MY FAVORITE BRAND …PANASONIC COMES OUT WIT A  NICE PC OR TABLET FOR ONCE 🙂 IM BUYING IT