Intel has announced that manufactures will reveal ten new tablets running on its chips at the upcoming Computex trade fair. Intel, which is still trying to get in the fast-growing tablet market, has recently unveiled processor to support Android.
Dubbed as Oak Trail, this processor belongs to the Intel Atom series and has been designed for tablet devices. While there is no word on which manufacturers are going to launch these tablet devices running on Intel chips, we expect Intel to use its ties with PC manufacturers like Acer, Asus and Dell to help it establish in the tablet market.
These ten tablets model being showcased at Computex aren’t all for this year, Intel GM for Asia- Pacific Naveen Shenoy commented that over 35 tablets with Intel chips are on track to be launched this year.
Intel is also looking to be a part of smartphone market, but after the Nokia debacle, we might see company going to with some other manufacturer to launch smartphone devices running on its own processor. More about this is expected to be revealed at Computex.
To remind you, Computex starts on May 31 in Taipei and we will be bringing all the action from this trade fair as companies launch new Android gadgets.