FUD Zilla published details about Red Ridge, Intel's Medfield reference tablet. The device runs Android Ice Cream Sandwhich, is 8.5mm thick, weighs 1.5 pounds and offers a battery life of over 9 hours. You can read all the details over here. Availability of these tablets is expected in Q2 2012.
The reference Red Ridge tablet should be around 8.5 mm thin (0.33-inch), weigh under 1.5 pounds (less than 680 grams), pack a 28Whr battery that should last some 9 plus hours and it will feature a 10-inch 200 nits panel. Intel claims an impressive standby time of more than 30 days which sounds quite great. Intel also claims best in class flash as well as connected standby support.
Before we go any further just remind you that the reference Oak Trail Atom Z670 platform had 6+ hours battery life, was supposed to weigh less than 1.5 pounds, all packed in a sub-15mm chassis, almost twice as much as Red Ridge. It shared the 30-day standby claim.