Intel recognizes the growing shift toward mobile devices, and is planning accordingly. In an attempt to get their BayTrail technology noticed, Intel allowed Engadget to benchmark the processor on an Android reference tablet.
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Intel has struggled with the mobile markets, but their new chip today aims to fix that. Earlier this year Intel released their new Haswell 4th gen processors which finally brought serious power and battery life to laptops and ultrabooks. Today they company announced their new hybrid chip for laptops and tablets both called Bay Trail, which they hope can deliver the same boost to mobile devices.
Intel has in mind when it unveiled the Intel Quark, the latest product of its research and development. The ultra small and ultra low-power microchip is set to be the driving force behind the future of wearable devices as well as ingestible medical tools.
Intel has made promises and predictions regarding more mobile-friendly versions of its chips but has also been called out for its snail-paced progress on delivering on those promises. Intel might finally be laying out all its cards next year as a leaked roadmap reveals the company's rollout of mobile chips for 2014 and beyond.
Intel Atom processors and more getting Android Gingerbread support.
totally reviewed it FTW? That fancy bunch over at DigiTimes have done it again with their loose-lipped partners and have revealed the next step AFTER the A500, namely an Oak Trail device, and that means Intel! This tablet will supposedly run Android 3.0 (pointing toward the notion that Android 3.1 wont be rolling out to everyone as fast as predicted,) and that it'll be a 10-inch tablet retail released in July.