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resistion
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re: Slideshow: Intel carves new path to x86 tablets
resistion   10/3/2012 4:24:04 AM
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Some reports of Clover Trail hiccup: http://www.tgdaily.com/mobility-features/66580-more-trouble-for-intels-clover-trail-tablets

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resistion   10/2/2012 1:08:05 AM
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I can easily see the Intel tablets and ultrabooks eating each other's markets.

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Stanley_   10/1/2012 3:28:28 PM
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Sorry but die size as large as ~200mm^2 is epic fail at 32nm.. Apple A6 at the same node (called 28nm at foundry) is only 96mm^2.. the cost of the clover trail + MS software will be much higher than ipad or android tablet.. It'll be cheaper than ultrabook or MBA, but way too expensive for tablet, putting the product in awkward market position.

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Daniel Payne   10/1/2012 2:58:00 PM
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I bought my first tablet in March, the new iPad and quickly added the Logitech ultrathin keyboard so that I could do touch typing, so now the tablet can be used like a netbook. I've played with the Windows 8 pre-release but there wasn't enough appeal for me to switch from iOS6, so I think that Microsoft has too-little, delivered too late by 2 years or so. Battery life is paramount in tablets, so for Intel+Others to be successful they have to optimize for 10+ hours per charge in a reference design.

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alkey3   9/30/2012 1:51:19 PM
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Zzzzz.... Unh? Intel Atom? Oh, nevermind. Zzz..

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agk   9/29/2012 12:05:24 PM
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With this Intel MS product i will feel good and easy to use it.Because i think all the windows will look the same like in the laptop i am using with windows7.

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rd211   9/29/2012 8:42:01 AM
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I think win8 will win the market,so you can inolve in http://www.rd211.com and get the answer

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rick merritt   9/28/2012 9:51:08 PM
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I'm not sure I like the Win 8 "Metro" interface, which is one factor here balanced against the fact I do what access to those old Office programs sometimes.

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Battar   9/28/2012 8:44:27 PM
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Having used a tablet running Android, I can't wait for Intel/MS to provide a workable alternative.

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xx19xx   9/28/2012 8:26:00 PM
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When asked why competitors had quad-core offerings but Intel did not, Intel CEO Paul Otellini said he doesn't think it matters. "I may have started the core wars when we did our first dual core product, but we learned that wasn't what's important," he said. What matters is processor performance.

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