It's been a bad week for Windows RT. But Microsoft told CNET that it's still committed -- to ARM.
That's not deterring Microsoft. "Windows remains committed to the ARM platform," a Microsoft spokesman told CNET.
And more ARM devices are on the way. "We are looking forward to new ARM-based Windows devices that will launch later this year," the spokesman added.
This follows comments that Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang made to CNET on Thursday. Huang said Nvidia is "working really hard" on the second-generation Surface.
Back in March, Michael Angiulo, corporate vice president, speaking with CNET, expounded on Microsoft's reasons for committing to RT. "It was a ton of work for us and we didn't do the work and endure the disruption for any reason other than the fact that there's a strategy there that just gets stronger over time."
Whether that reasoning still applies today isn't clear.