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Intel starts mass production of Oak Trail tablet chips

Posted on Wednesday, November 24 2010 @ 19:37:04 CET by


Industry sources told DigiTimes that Intel has started mass production of its Oak Trail platform specifically for tablets:
Intel has recently started mass production of its Oak Trail platform specifically for tablet PCs, with the combination of Atom Z670 processor and SM35 chipset the initial product, according to industry sources.

The Oak Trail platform will sell at about US$25 with MeeGo, and the price for Oak Trail and Microsoft's Windows 7 will be higher.

Although Intel's processors cannot match those of ARM in terms of low price and power consumption, Intel's strategy of offering cheaper prices and improving performance and power consumption of the platform, should help Intel defend against ARM-based products.



 



 

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