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  • intel_dividend intel_dividend Dec 8, 2012 7:56 PM Flag

    More about Red Ridge Android Tablet - Intel just got interesting

    Is this guy wrong? He says Bay Trail for Tablets is coming in 2014.

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    Intel roadmap leak outlines Bay Trail-based Atom for tablets in detail: 3D cameras, half the energy draw

    By Jon Fingas posted Nov 19th, 2012 at 3:39 PM 40

    Intel roadmap leak outlines Bay Trailbased Atom for tablets in detail 3D cameras, half the energy draw

    Intel isn't having much success keeping its upcoming Bay Trail-era Atom platform under wraps. If the previous overview leak wasn't enough, a roadmap uncovered by Mobile Geeks has just explored the finer points of the tablet-oriented Bay View-T and its Valleyview-T processors. The most surprising leap may be in graphics: while we knew the GPU core would be much faster, we're now seeing that the new Intel hardware can output to as much as a 2,560 x 1,600 display and record stereoscopic, 1080p 3D video in the event that 3D-capable tablets come back into vogue. Likewise, battery life should be rosier than you'd expect; Bay Trail-T can reach the same performance at half the power, which should lead to about two extra hours of video playback for at least some of the 1.6GHz to 2.1GHz processors in the lineup. Don't get too excited by the potential, however. If the leak is accurate, Bay Trail for tablets isn't expected until early 2014, by which point 22-nanometer Atoms will be a step behind the cutting edge.

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