Windows RT and Office 2013 RT hands-on demo Updated on July 16, 2014 By Windows Guy 25 Comments Ross Miller checks out Windows RT at IFA 2012. Read the full article here: theverge.com/2012/8/31/3281960/windows-rt-office-2013-rt-specs-details-… Video Rating: 3 / 5 More Demo Windows 8.1 Articles By Windows Guy 25 Comments Сергей Епихин July 16, 2014 УЖООООООС Sasi Kanth July 16, 2014 Look’s Like Windows 8 Tablet’s Must improve a bit… #samsung #windows8 Rhys Kenworthy July 16, 2014 Not impressed…. Hassan Alamer July 16, 2014 I thought W8 is touch UI when I tried it in my loptop but it looks like mixed. Anyway after this video I am doubting their tablets and PC UI. It is sooooo user unfriendly Raviprasad Kini July 16, 2014 This sucks big time! (Much worse than i thought ) TyroneBiggims845 July 16, 2014 it should be better on the pro version since its suppose to have an ivy bridge chip-set and 4 gigs of ram Ronnet July 16, 2014 This gives a terrible impression of RT and the whole of Windows on tablets. I cant help shake the feeling the previewer is doing this on purpose. first of all he ignore features that would enhance the touch experience in desktop mode. But more importantly only showing off the desktop-mode is like only showing DOS-mode in WIndows 95! Joshua Fountain July 16, 2014 Ross said at the very end you will need a keyboard and your going to have to find a mouse. Hmmmmmm, now what is the technology I’ve heard once before in my life……type cover or is it touch cover, or both? I can’t put my finger on it. Unan1mouz July 16, 2014 Is it Office Suite on Windows RT like the ones on a PC? Fully featured I mean never4getthis July 16, 2014 wait, if Windows 8 RT has a desktop mode, what is the diference with the other windows 8? bwrecks July 16, 2014 The guy reviewing this tablet is a moron. sin isfree July 16, 2014 dislike because that guy in video clearly try his best to make win8 looks bad. ABSjazz July 16, 2014 Looks really crappy. croarsenal July 16, 2014 I dont get it. Why Office Metro opens in “desktop mode”. Whats the point than of Office Metro? Bobby Prabowo July 16, 2014 WTH microsoft? You’re going back to windows mobile failure? Terrible iteration of windows desktop in touchscreen interface ABSjazz July 16, 2014 Yep, looks like an iPad killer to me…. Ahmed Saanee July 16, 2014 He’s just shitting on Windows 8, but I don’t think he knows that Office and other functions on the desktop actually aren’t working well, because the device isn’t optimized for it it’s RT. So, he should be showing the metro style section of Windows 8. DISLIKED OriginalNoseBleed July 16, 2014 This is a touch screen device why the hell are you in desktop mode idiot geeezzz gameterminal July 16, 2014 this guy shouldn’t be allowed what he doesn’t know about. Anime Ikari July 16, 2014 I have this gut feeling this ISN’T RT. And same goes for Office 2013. If this ain’t RT, then this is a waste of time. BertoBeats July 16, 2014 Well Windows 8 tablets are gonna blow… Joakim Almgren Gândara July 16, 2014 Dude, do you know how to read? It’s not a review. modred189 July 16, 2014 Why note spend more time in the metro section? I mean, that’s where you are meant to be must of the time. H4kk0w July 16, 2014 This is not a good review.. You’re reviewing desktop mode with your fingers! You should review the touch interface.. Such a shame.. This is just like reviewing Windows 7 with a tocuhscreen.. Yould rename the vid.. “Win8 acting like win7 review” Riwer Dark July 16, 2014 It’s true, but if you only use metro ui, you have a complete touch tablet. If you need some extras, connect a keyboard (if is a convertible not needed) and go to use desktop interface. All in one, but each function with her ui. Comments are closed.