News tagged ‘atom’
Wednesday, 10 Sep 2014
Tablets are getting thinner and Dell has the thinnest tablet to date, at 6mm thin. The latest Android tablet is also the first product to feature Intel's RealSense 3D camera.
Intel announced today that it will finally ship the Intel Edison development board along with two kits and a whole host of third party Arduino blocks.
Thursday, 5 Jun 2014
At Computex 2014 earlier this week, Dell introduced two new Venue tablets based on the latest Intel Atom (Merrifield) SoC. These latest x86-based Android tablets will replace their previous tablets using the older Cloverview SoC.
Thursday, 3 Apr 2014
Intel wants to ship 40 million tablets this year and they are attempting to achieve this target by accelerating their product offerings with two new updates to the Bay Trail processor.
Wednesday, 2 Apr 2014
With up to 50 billion Internet of Things devices installed in the world by 2020, Intel is working aggressively to bring its familiar x86 architecture into the IoT and wearables world. Today at IDF 2014 in Shenzhen, China, Intel CEO unveiled new products and solutions to drive the growth of IoT.
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Sony has just unveiled the 11.6-inch Vaio Fit 11A convertible ultra-portable notebook. This device is essentially an 11-inch version of the recently released Sony Vaio Fit series of convertible notebooks, with the only difference being its Intel Bay Trail-M processor.
Friday, 21 Jun 2013
Samsung led the industry today with the launch of the world's slimmest Windows 8 tablet measuring only 8.2mm thin. More details inside!
Wednesday, 5 Jun 2013
At Computex earlier today, Intel announced their latest 22nm SoC codenamed Bay Trail-T for tablet devices. With improved performance, graphics and lower power consumption, does Intel have what it takes to compete in the tablet market?
Monday, 6 May 2013
The yet to be announced but already heavily leaked Acer Iconia W3 is an 8-inch, Intel Atom-based Windows 8 tablet that supposedly costs just US$380.
Friday, 25 Jan 2013
Intel has just released the Yolo, a low-cost Android handset based on the Lexington mobile platform, and is heading for Kenya. The budget smartphone is a result of a collaboration between Intel and Kenyan service provider, Safaricom, and is the first Intel smartphone for Africa.