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Finland-based Aava Mobile has announced plans to release an 8.3-inch Windows 8.1 tablet, using Intel's Bay Trail processor, that will be made for health care, education and service markets.
Microsoft has now resolved an issue with many Windows 8 PCs that were not able to run the Windows 8.1 preview, but the Fujitsu ARROWS Tab series of tablets is still unable to run the upgrade.
A new rumor claims Intel could get rid of the Atom brand name for its low power processor, claiming that Intel thinks sales of PCs with Atom chips have been affected by the brand's negative image.
An Intel executive stated today that some tablets that will have the company's upcoming Bay Trail-based Atom processor inside could cost "well below the $199 price point."
Intel plans to use its upcoming Bay Trail processor design in upcoming Celeron and Pentium chips, in addition to Atom chips, that will be made for low end PCs and tablets.
Intel chief product officer Dadi Pelmutter has reiterated how $200 Bay Trail Android devices are coming, while Intel is hoping to bring mainstream Core-powered machines down to $399
According to Intel's CEO future Atom-powered Windows 8 tablets will have a very low starting price: $200. The new Atom Bay Trail chips will also offer great performance and long battery life.
Intel has offered up more information about their next Atom processor, code named Bay Trail, that should be inside some Windows 8.1 tablets when it is launched later this year.
Intel has officially announced new dual core versions of its low powered Atom processor, previously known as Clover Trail+, that's been designed to work on Android smartphones and tablets.
Lenovo has lifted the lid on the successor to the K800 Intel powered smartphone, the IdeaPhone K900. Powered by the newest 2GHz dual-core Atoms, this 5.5” monster will debut in China in April.
The two PC makers that were still offering netbook-style notebooks for sale, Acer and Asus, have both announced they won't be making those models anymore and will sell off their remaining netbooks.
Intel claims it will be adding support for Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) to the few smartphones and tablets on the market that use both Android and Intel's Atom processor.
Intel could be inside your Windows Phone before too long. Although the market isn't quite there just yet, Intel says they're ready to support Windows Phone devices with their Atom chips.
With Windows 8's launch fast approaching, interest is growing in the devices that will run the new OS. A source claims that the first Intel-based Windows 8 tablets will be in stores in November.
HP breaks away, at least partly, from Intel-based processors as it announces a new low energy server project that will use ARM-designed processors from Calxeda as its basis.
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