Windows 8 on iPad using Splashtop

On April 15, 2012

Ever wish that you can use the Consumer Release of Windows 8 in a potential tablet? If you are one of these people, then consider using your iPad as the platform to view the Windows 8 Consumer Release. This is made possible through the use of Splashtop as this is an application that is determined to bring the Metro UI experience to the iPad.

What users are really experiencing when they use the Windows 8 on the iPad is simply the remote desktop feature present inside it. However, the good thing about it is that you can experience the way on how Windows 8 would work in a live tablet environment. There are also touch gestures that are supported by the application and this would help the users experience the operating system in a deeper way as compared with the traditional sense.

Windows 8 Metro Testbed iPad app is anything but cheap because the price for experiencing this is at a whopping $24.99. Even then, the price is cheaper than its regular price of $49.99. It may be something to think twice about but it would be a good experience especially if you have been looking forward to the new operating system in a live environment.