Intel's upcoming Oak Trail platform may be the chipmaker's main thrust into the tablet and mobile devices arena this year. With less than a week to Computex, the rumor mill is gearing up and hints that more than a few such Intel-powered devices may be available for show and tell in Taipei.
Wired - Long absent from the mobile-device arena, Intel processors may arrive in tablets as soon as this summer. Acer will launch a tablet powered by Intel’s “Oak Trail” processor, which could start selling as early as July, according to sources cited by DigiTimes. Asus and Lenovo will follow Acer’s lead shortly thereafter, say the sources.
Click here for more details.