Lenovo showcased their Thinkpad tablet a few days back.

The tablet looked awesome but there was one more thing which caught my attention .

When I saw the start screen of Windows 8 running on that tablet, there was a tile for Power DVD app, which means a Power DVD metro app is coming to Windows 8.

This is a great news for Power DVD fans. Till now there isn’t a great metro styled video playback app in Windows 8. The default player is good but it lacks support for a lot of files.

Power DVD has been a reliable DVD playing solution for many users since a long time. So once the Power DVD app comes out, a lot of users will surely install it.

But this creates a question in mind. Do the hardware vendors have access to latest/internal versions of Windows Store?

A current search for Power DVD in Windows Store gives a list of different available apps. But  I would like to see Power DVD app in the stores soon.

What about you?

The image credit goes to Engadget


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