In October, I wrote an article entitled "Don’t Buy Microsoft’s Surface RT Yet!"and I still think that is good advice.
Now Samsung has told CNET that it will not bring the ATIV TAb (Windows RT tablet) to the US based on the feedback it received from its retail partners.
Samsung is also worried that most customers still don't understand the difference between a "real" Windows 8 device and a Windows RT tablet. Samsung doesn't want to fork over the money to educate the market about the differences.
Nothing here is surprising. Windows RT has an almost non existing hardware ecosystem, a very small number of apps, very few partner products and the Microsoft Surface RT tablet is too expensive. This may end up being another "Windows Vista experience" for Microsoft.