Intel Windows 8 Tablets To Hit Retail Stores In November
CNET reported that the first batch of Intel-based Windows 8 Tablet PC is expected to enter the retail stores in November of this year. Windows 8 will be not only a new operating system, will also support 4-5 architecture processors: ARM, Intel and AMD architectures.
Windows 8 products will not just Tablet PC, in a total of dozens of models, 50% may be mixed products, which is collapsible products. These designs will incorporate the design elements of the traditional physical keyboard notebook and tablet PCs. The device will be configured with Intel’s upcoming “Clover Trail” Atom chips. “Clover Trail” is Intel’s first dual-core Atom chip based on 32nm manufacturing process, and also may introduce Ivy Bridge high-performance chip-based mixed Windows 8 version.
While the Windows RT, which does not support the older Windows applications, it is learned that will also enter the ARM-based chip manufacturers’ devices equipped with Nvidia, Qualcomm and Texas Instruments.
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