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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.
As 2012 comes to an end, the promised wave of Windows 8 tablets with Intel's "Clover Trail" processor inside is in fact a small ripple with most of the announced products not due to launch until 2013.
Three weeks after the launch of Windows 8, finding a tablet with Microsoft's latest OS that runs on Intel's new "Clover Trail" Atom Z2760 processor is still a difficult task.
A new report claims, via unnamed sources, that Intel-based Windows 8 tablets with the Clover Trail chip have not yet been approved by Microsoft due to issues with their power management software.
Intel offered up more information on the new Atom Z2760 processor, code named Clover Trail, that will be used in a number of Windows 8-based tablets when they launch in late October.
Intel has stated that its Clover Trail processors will not support Linux and are a Windows 8 chip. The chip will not be supported by the company for those who want to run linux despite being able too.
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.
Intel has now revealed the hardware specs it would like to see in a tablet that would run Windows 8 with Intel's upcoming Clover Trail-based processor running things inside.