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How Best Buy Picks Its Windows 8 Tablets (and Why Its Stores Have So Few of Them)

November 28, 2012
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Walk around the PC section of a Best Buy right now, and it won't look drastically different than it did before the launch of Windows 8.

Sure, all the laptops are now running Microsoft's new operating system. A few of them will have touch screens, and Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga convertible will sit on an endcap. But for the most part, the store's shelves are still lined with the same old laptop designs we've been seeing for years, not the new categories of laptop-tablet hybrids and convertibles that Windows 8 has ushered in.



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