Just when certain manufacturers thought of infusing new concepts for upcoming displays, the most awaited Consumer Electronics Show 2012 started raising the curtains for a whole new exhibition. After introducing significant upgrades to the portable computing solutions, Intel has now plunged into the smartphone and tablet game – announcing alliances with Motorola Mobility and Lenovo.
The futuristic tablet
Besides this, Intel and Lenovo demonstrated a futuristic Lenovo tablet during the exhibition for consumers seeking a distinct blend of high performance, slim framework and breakthrough technologies. The solution touts to be the first tablet which will run on the latest Windows 8 and integrate Intel’s next generation Clover Trail Atom chip.
The stated chip however distinguishes from Intel’s Medfield by incorporating a higher performance graphics engine and two processor cores. The Medfield, on the other hand, remains with only one processor. Thus, to deliver magnificence in performance, the most advanced chip manufacturer has decided upon Clover Trail for Windows 8 tablets this year.
The Hybrid tablet laptop designs, whereas, will be benefiting from Intel’s incredibly efficient Ivy Bridge processor as well as Clover Trail. Nevertheless, the ultra-books running Windows 8 will be employing touchscreen functionality, noteworthy hardware layout and slim structures.
With this, Intel is also anticipated to expend hundreds of millions of dollars on the upcoming slim ultra-book marketing campaign – which will commence this spring. Though not much information is revealed on the latest Intel-operated Windows 8 Plus tablets, the specification list has already started making consumers guess. While there are plenty of sleek tablets and even more are expected to buzz this year, the new solution from Intel’s mills will prance with extraordinary attributes. Hopefully, the partnership between Intel, Motorola Mobility and Lenovo will also transmogrify the way users interact with their everyday computing needs.
The new Intel Windows 8 Plus slate is yet to receive furthermore details on its availability. Meanwhile, users can bide their time for the Lenovo K800 smartphone which again is expected to be released somewhere in the second quarter of this year. Likewise the Windows 8 Plus tablet, the smartphone has not received any more details on the specification as well as the price point.
On the other hand: K800 device
During this year’s CES in Las Vegas, Intel removed the sheath of the latest K800 device from the mills of Lenovo. Based on Google’s Android operating system, the feature-rich Lenovo device will employ a ‘Medfield’ – a new generation of low-power Atom processors from Intel. The integrated processor will enable the netbook computers to render high quality graphics and remarkable processing performance. There will also be strengthened battery life for users who need their devices for elongated sessions.
The 10-inch tablet, unleashed at 2012 CES, is providing an insight into upcoming mobile carriers from Intel and Lenovo. The multi-product, multi-year strategy is anticipated to release a host of advanced tablets and smartphones to the United States marketplace in the second half of this year. However, the collaboration will even be working closely on inventing new technologies for an enriched, immersive user experience.
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