Royal Caribbean Places Order For 40,000 Windows 8.1 Tablets

praise the Windows 8.1 platform, emphasizing that tablets running the modern version of the OS is the perfect choice for crew members to stay in touch with friends and family:

“Royal Caribbean is using technology to transform experiences for guests and crew members, and we’re thrilled to partner with them on their journey. Microsoft cloud and mobile technologies are going to help Royal Caribbean crew members who represent so many countries around the world stay in touch with their family and friends.”
All these tablets come with the standard services like Bing and Skype, along with free copies of Office 365 for enhanced communication and collaboration. Surprisingly these are not Surface tablets but devices manufactured by a partner company. Then again, Surface slates are a tad more expensive than what is available on the market right now. Keeping in mind the absolute plethora of Android tablets that are available, at all price points from large brand vendors, this can be termed as another big coup for Redmond.]]>

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