Am I the only one who's waiting for a tablet I can join to a Windows Domain, keep a stock in a classroom and hand out like laptops, connect to the wireless just like a laptop, and which you turn it on you get... a log on screen! And when you log off it doesn't keep... any of your data!
Seriously though, is anyone else getting lots of requests to buy iPads and tablets but struggling with the fact that they're all designed to be single-user devices and don't integrate with the rest of the network? (unless you can afford one-per-student) I've spoken to a few people over the last year and lots of people seem to have the same concerns, which no manufacturer appears to be addressing.
I saw this earlier: Microsoft reveals its own Windows 8 tablet: meet the new Surface for Windows RT -- Engadget
At first I thought it might be the solution I've been waiting for, but then I remembered reading that Windows RT isn't going to have any domain support to any enterprise functionality, so that's a no-no. Apparently there will be a Win8Pro model though, so maybe that's the solution...?