Rugged Dual OS Tablet on Intel Z670 (Oak Trail) - At Computex 2011
> GS? They want to buy low....
Since GS has been doing this for a long time and their negative reports always come out just before options expiration, my feeling is that they have been making money off of covered calls all this time.
Of course, given the recent announcements by Intel (3D chips, 22nm, 14nm, etc., and rapid cadence of Atom chips over the next 3 years), GS may be adding to their holdings as well.
BTW, also wanted to point out that the Android version they are including is Honeycomb, the latest! This combined with the Dual OS feature should make "pure Tablet-averse" people to venture into this device. If the tablet form factor doesn't satisfy their needs, the device could still be used as a second or third Windows machine in the home (it has USB and mini-HDMI) to handle keyboards, displays, etc.)