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Slideshow: Intel carves new path to x86 tablets

Co-opetition with Microsoft, ARM
9/28/2012 03:18 AM EDT
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xx19xx   9/28/2012 6:35:37 PM
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@Brutus_II quad core + Intel = hot

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Brutus_II   9/28/2012 4:27:52 PM
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I wonder why this is only finally coming about: Dual core/dual threaded technology taking so long to be produced at this level is because of management decisions, certainly not technological barriers. Both Intel and AMD have missed out, at least until soon, it seems. Perhaps this will cause Apple to re-think the glaring and annoying limitations placed on the otherwise incredible iPad if they want to retain top-dog status in this area. It may be too late. If the quality is there (a very big if), I will run over my iPad and upgrade to a more functional tablet

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