Word out of CES is that Intel execs revealed their true feelings about Windows 7 on tablets at an event last night. Apparently, they lobbied for Microsoft to make a more tablet-friendly OS. Microsoft said no.
In addition to pushing for a new tablet OS from the Redmond, WA company, he also expressed sentiments that Microsoft is taking too long to release a tablet optimised version of Windows. According to Cnet, here's what Tom Kilroy, Senior Vice President of Marketing, had to say:
"Hey, we tried to get [Microsoft]to do a tablet OS (operating system) for a long time. Us, and others like Dell," said Tom Kilroy, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's Sales and Marketing Group, speaking to CNET at an Intel function last night.