Company says it will showcase its mobile products and technologies at the event. Intel will show off its new dual-core, dual-graphics processor. Intel will have Atom-based Adroid tablets on display and will showcase a range of Windows tablets and convertibles.
One product I'd like to see - and I believe others would too - is an Atom or Core tablet that will boot Windows or Android. There are times when one OS is more usful than the other. Dual booting is common for desktops and laptops and it is very useful. In fact, just having the capability to boot from a USB device would be great. Let the customer choose. There is no good reason to limit the hardware the consumer has purchased to just one OS.
The dual boot device would be useful. It would also be a key advantage for Intel tablets as they alone can run both Windows and Android natively. I don't expect to see Microsoft's tablets boot from anything but Windows but other manufacturers will likely do it.