Tech Trader Daily reports analysts expect to see at least 69 tablets at CES 2011:
Intel (INTC) has moved up some notches in the processor wars for these devices — or, Application Processing Units, APUs, as the jargon now goes. Ellis counts 18 design wins for Intel, less than the 35 that Intel has itself declared, though it still puts Intel in first place ahead of Nvidia (NVDA), with 14 design wins.
Intel still needs to come out with its 32-nanometer “Medfield” chip to be viewed as a “winner” rather than just a contender, writes Ellis.
Freescale Semiconductor (privately held) appears to have 10 wins, though it has claimed 20, putting it ahead of various un-named processor vendors using the ARM core, and ahead of Texas Instruments (TXN), which appears to have 6 design wins.