Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Intel displays fleet of x86 tablets at Computex 2011



At the opening of the Computex Taipei 2011 trade-show, Intel Corp. demonstrated more than ten tablets based on the company's latest system-on-chip for ultra-portable devices. The tablets come from different manufacturers and utilize different operating systems, including Android, MeeGo and Windows. In addition, the company revealed some peculiarities about Medfield-based devices.
Sean Maloney, an executive vice president at Intel, demonstrated more than ten tablets from both own-brand manufacturers (Fujitsu, Lenovo, MSI, Toshiba, etc.) as well as contract makers of electronics (Clevo, Compal, ECS, Foxconn, Pegatron, Quanta, Wistron, etc.). All of the tablets are based on the company's Oak Trail platform featuring the Atom Z670-series microprocessors and utilize either Google Android 3.0 "Honeycomb", various MeeGo flavours as well as Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 7 operating system.

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