Samsung was the very first hardware vendor who made a tablet for Windows 8. If you followed the Build conference you  must remember  the Samsung slate which was distributed by Microsoft at the Build conference which had Windows 8 Developer Preview pre-installed. This week at Computex Samsung is showing off a cool...

MSI introduced a new device at Computex 2012 — the Slider S20, a “convertible ultrabook” with a hardware keyboard that slides out from under the screen. The screen is 11.6 inches across, and there’s an Ivy Bridge processor inside, putting this more on the laptop side of the Windows 8 divide. MSI say we should be seeing a...

Lenovo also joined the Windows 8 computex bandwagon. It’s not named yet so we can call it the ThinkPad Tablet. Here’s what’s known: It’s 9.7mm thick. Intel Clover Trail processor 10-plus hours Battery life 10.1-inch screen 1366 x 768 2- and 8-megapixel cameras Micro-HDMI Docking connector Some video from Engadget:

I think this may be the first Windows RT tablet that the world has had a chance to look at. Qualcomm showed a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Liquid Development Tablet at Computex 2012 in Taipei. The good folks at the Verge took it for a little ride. Qualcomm in the spirit of full disclosure have said it’s not quite...