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A Dutch site has managed to get some hands on time with the as yet announced 8-inch Acer Iconia W4 which features an Intel Atom Bay Trail quad core processor and IPS display.
Intel has revealed more details on its family of processors that will use its Bay Trail architecture, which will be inside upcoming Windows 8.1 and Android tablets later this year.
Intel's keynote address at its annual IDF conference showed off a tiny new processor, Quark, made for wearable computers, along with a notebook that uses the 14nm-based "Broadwell" design.
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.
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.
A leaked image seems to suggest that Intel's latest Silvermont Atom processor can easily outperform Qualcomm's quad-core 800 CPU, all while keeping power usage to a minimum.
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 has revealed the first details of Silvermont, its new low-power microarchitecture that will be used as the basis for a number of products, including the upcoming Bay Trail processor.
New rumors claim that Intel processors will be inside both Windows 8 and Android-based tablets and notebooks in the coming months, and that the Android variants will be cheaper.
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 made a number of new processor announcements during its CES 2013 press conference, including a new "Bay Trail" Atom processor for tablets and a new lower power version of its Core chips.