Sony VP: We’re Not Disadvantaged By Windows 8

The day after Apple unveiled its iPad Mini, essentially the company’s fifth-generation tablet, I trekked uptown to the W Hotel in New York’s Union Square, where more than a half-dozen hardware makers had set up shop to showcase their competing devices. That week, Microsoft was launching its new operating system, Windows 8, the software breathing new life into mobile products from manufacturers such as Sony, HP, and Dell. At the same time, it’s also the dependence these companies have on Microsoft that left them trailing years behind Apple in the consumer market.

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