Since Microsoft designed Windows 8 Metro interface for tablets, using Windows 8 with a keyboard and a mouse completely sucks on a laptop or desktop and right now there’s no Windows 8 ARM version for tablets. Thanks to developer Splashtop, iPad users can be the first users to experience Windows 8 Metro interface how it meant to be used: on a tablet device.
Splashtop’s new app Win8 Metro Testbed, working as a virtual machine of Windows 8, allows you to stream Windows 8 Metro UI to your iPad. The app even allows you to use Windows 8 apps and programs on your iPad. A computer with Windows 8 beta installed is required.
The pricey app is available on the App Store for $25 for iPad running iOS 3.2 or later. After downloading the app from the App Store, FREE Splashtop Streamer on your Windows 8 PC will need to be installed, while both devices must be in a network connection.