Speaking at a tech conference in Asia, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said he thinks it's important that Microsoft does not position tablets as PCs:
Engadget reports that during the conference, Huang said, "It's important for [Microsoft] not to position these as PCs. From a finesse perspective -- I can't speak on their behalf -- but I would come out with tablets first with Windows on ARM. It helps to establish that this isn't a PC." He added that he hopes that Microsoft would release a version of its Microsoft Office business software suite for the ARM version of Windows, saying it "would be the killer app" for that version of the OS.