Worthwhile read: Intel's new fourth-gen 'Haswell' processors: What you need to know (FAQ) | Reviews - Laptops - CNET Reviews One interesting factoid: Atom processors which will be used in the smaller (8" and less) Windows Pure Tablets (non-hybrid) will be called "Bay Trail". The article really isn't about them so we don't know how powerful they will be but they are looking to be much cheaper than current versions. The question then remains, if you can get a cheap Windows 8.1 tablet running "Bay Trail" and full Windows, why does anyone need Windows RT? Are more powerful less expensive processors making Windows RT obsolete? Another interesting factoid: Has everyone noticed that no one in the Technology Press is talking about new Android tablets - at all? ALL of the buzz is about Windows 8 tablets and hybrids. With some seriously worthy hardware and Windows 8.1 coming, Microsoft may be on the verge of domination after all. I mean, why screw with Android when you can have full-blown Windows for the same price with better hardware? History may look back upon Android as a transitional software, a catalyst rather than the ultimate result. Now if Microsoft can just make Windows Phones not suck. MS can own this if they don't screw it up.