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Microsoft allowed to produce tablets with a lower resolution screen

Microsoft has changed the minimum system requirements for tablets running Windows 8 and Windows RT. Until now, devices running Windows 8 should have a minimum resolution of 1366 by 768 pixels, and now it has been reduced to 1024 by 768 pixels. In this case, according to rumors, one of the first manufacturers to take advantage of lower these requirements, will be the company HTC, which plans to release a 7-inch tablet with Windows RT, which will also be able to make phone calls. Honours plates with smaller screen and a screen resolution will be no function of Snap, which allows you to output the startup screen two working applications. However, with the updated Windows Blue, which will divide the screen in a ratio of 50 to 50, not 70 to 30 as it is now. Such a ratio of proportions Screen Snap feature makes the screen low resolution actually unworkable. Officially, Microsoft has gone towards the partners who now have a more flexible approach to the design of the device. Indeed, reducing the requirements for screen resolution manufacturers tablets running Windows 8 or RT, will use the screens not only a lower resolution, but at a diagonal. This would correspond to the current position in the market where Google Nexus 7 and iPad mini are very popular.

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