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Companies including Acer, Asus, Dell and Toshiba have already started to announce plans to launch Windows 8.1 tablets featuring Intel Bay Trail processors in the coming months. But that could just be the tip of the iceberg.

WinSuperSite’s Paul Thurrott has a roundup of Windows tablets due out this fall, and it includes the models mentioned above, as well as new 8 and 10 inch tablets from Dell and Lenovo, and next-generation Microsoft Surface tablets including a new Surface Mini.

Thurrott also has pictures of the long-rumored upcoming Windows RT tablet from Nokia with a 10 inch screen, a quad-core Qualcomm processor, and a $499 price tag.

Nokia Sirius tablet

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3 replies on “Lilbits (9-12-2013): The Windows tablets of fall, 2013”

  1. I’m looking for a small and inexpensive Windows 8 tablet to run radio software on in the field. Right now leaning toward the Dell Venue 8.

  2. if it can stay in the $400-$500 range I’ll pounce on the first one with a wacom pen digitizer.

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